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Fresh update on "newsom" discussed on The Mark Arum Show
"The whole gang here tonight. Deborah Green produces the show Longoria the stock. Ask him on the other side of the take out window. Low T Chuck screens them. Calls $106 cheeseburger now available at Gordon Ramsay's restaurant. What is the most you've ever paid for food? And was it worth it for? 487207? 51 800 WSB talk before I tell you what I've spent on food and before you all hate me quick check of I haven't seen you guys since Thanksgiving. How was your Thanksgiving there? Debra? Mine was hot garbage hot garbage. So Deborah, can I say this on the air? So Deborah's mother in law who is whose English they saw, the pic decided to say, I'm gonna host Thanksgiving. She's bored, and she she's the matriarch. She's stuck in the house can't do anything just like just come over here, which is a great gesture. But but Turkey. Fine. No mashed potatoes. That's all the potatoes were those potatoes, right? No green beans. No rolls. No pumpkin pie was just a turkey on the tape was a tart with boiled carrots like a scene out of Oliver Twist. Look, here it is this American holiday when you sell it with American food. You see me trying to serve up tacos on Guy Fawkes day or anything with well thoughts and prayers to you, Deborah. I'm sorry about that Low t what you did with Loki Thanksgiving because I couldn't do nothing. No. Order a pizza. Whatever everybody bailed. I spoke some salmon. Was about it. I bet you smoke something. Yeah. All right. I did. I did some salmon smoker. That was a very nice and long ago. Yeah, my mother lost pretty much everything normal. I saw the picture of your wife and mother. Long picture. Yeah. I don't see any the food picks, though. Oh, yeah, Well, we have some probably put some of its late now. Very good. Did you behave? I know you did. You look amazing. Yeah, By the way, I did. I did. I only ate what I could could eat. Okay. Turkey? Yeah, Tracy, basically. So I was lucky enough to have two Thanksgivings s O Thanksgiving afternoon, Maya and her dad. We went out to lunch at Ted's Montana Grill, the new one there on Mariana Boulevard. They did like a Thanksgiving dinner. Lunch with turkey and mashed potatoes and gravy and dressing and cranberry sauce and carrots. They were boiled over and I usually don't like care. So these were actually good and a dessert. It was great. It was a great like little thing. And then that night we went to Maya's best friend's mom. For little. They're part of our pod. Yeah, so we went. It was just four of us. Five of us there and she made us a home made. I mean, it was great. I got to have two to Thanksgiving dinners. Yes, it was good. But I had to work both Thursday and Friday morning. Which kind of sucks? Yeah. What you gonna do? Hopefully, I'll get holiday pay. If HR is listening, Make sure I get holiday pay for for Thanksgiving morning. There was no traffic. It was easy. What did you do to sit there? I don't even know what I said. I was giving out recipes like boiled carrots. Yes, Americans. Come here. Exactly. All right, so most you've ever paid. For food for 487207 51 800 WSB talk. Do you have you heard of the French Laundry truck? It's been in the news recently. Oh, yeah. Yeah, That's where Gavin Gavin Newsom had his. Yeah, you went there. Exactly. So it's apparently the best restaurant in the United States. It's out in California in wine country and it I'm not gonna like it was spectacular. The only reason I went there is because one of my best friends through a group this is pre covert by the way through a group party for his wife's 40th birthday, So he invited us all out there and he paid for The fancy dinner, which I didn't know how much it cost. It was ridiculous. But these fancy places they have these things called add ons, right you can. Here's what we're providing you. But you can add on caviar you can add on champagne You can add on boiled carrots for Debra Great on thousands of dollars to the so I know I wasn't paying for for the meal. But I think it was kind of understood. If you get an ad on that's on you, so they had Mac it Mac truffle, Mac and cheese. And I love Mac and cheese. Who doesn't love Mac and cheese. Does your mother in law love Mac and cheese ever? Is that a thing in England? I don't think she needs Excuse me. All right, All right. So anyway, I love it. I'll try anyone's Mac and cheese. Whatever. So I was like, truffle, Mac and cheese. I gotta go for it, right? They don't tell you that the price of the ad on by the time Oh, yeah. So they get it and they bring it over. It's like a little I don't know. Like, uh, serving size for Longoria myself like a tiny food establishment where they bring you like basically just taster, Or did they bring you like what? We will see what I'm saying s. So it's like 12 courses right? So, like six courses in its small, Okay, all right, And I'm like, I'm gonna have to go to in and out Burger on the way home. There's no way I'm gonna be filled. But by the end of the 12 courses, you're completely stuffed like they know what they're doing. You get your money's worth, so I, It's like, I don't know if you're getting a French onion soup, one of those girls, that's the top first visible. Yeah, it's like between a comfortable So the guy comes over and it's beautiful Mac and cheese. It looks fantastic. And then he takes black truffles. And usually I know if you ever had black truffles in a restaurant. Usually they go like two slicks on the thing. This guy for 90 straight seconds was like had a cheese grater. It was like Are you supposed to say when No like this is this is why it's so expensive. Like he dusted, not dusted. He covered that Mac and cheese crock with like a half inch of black truffles, which are crazy, expensive. So It was okay. It was overwhelmed by the truffles. I want truffle. Yeah, I would actually, like, Give me the look. That would've been enough for me. It was too much too much truffle because they offer you the cracked pepper. It kind of just give me a couple turns. And that's it. Walk away. Yeah, I never get the pepper guy. By the way, I love I love making him stand there awkwardly continue to do it. And then when they try to go away and like, keep going, I say this often peppers and bs spice. I don't like pepper. It'll It's a garbage spice. No, it tastes like you're terrible. You used pepper when you wanna cover up their scrappiness of your food. That's that's my pure pepper. Not true. Listen, I'm gonna die on this hill Represent Bs spice anyway. So fighting through the I mean, literally you fight through the truffles to get the Mac and cheese was delicious. It was overkill. I did not need the truffles. It was $150 for that little ball about 100, which was like $5 worth of Mac and cheese at 104. So I did not. I mean, I paid it, obviously, but I was so disappointed. Would have rather just the Mac and cheese for fight like, Can I just get the Mac and cheese and on like it was just too much on I like truffles. They're fine, but too much of a good thing is is too much so that I'm embarrassed to say it's been $150 on a box of Kraft Mac and cheese sized portion So that at Gavin Newsom's favorite restaurant, this is pre covert, by the way pre covert. So what's the most you ever spent on food for 487207? 51 800 WSB talk? Steve's in Conyers, Steve Walker the market and show. How are you, sir? I'm doing all right. You excellent. What's cooking, buddy?.
Governor blocks release of Charles Manson follower again
"Time the governor's blogged Charles Manson, follower Leslie Van Hatton's released from prison Governor Gavin Newsom Friday block parole for Van Hatton after reversing her release once previously, her attorney says they will appeal the decision. Manhattan, is serving a life sentence for helping Manson and others kill a Los Angeles grocer and his wife in August of 1969, the California Parole Board recommended parole for Manhattan back in January. Well
Fresh update on "newsom" discussed on PM Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman
"Effective. They also say And their trials that continues to show that it is safe. Secondly, though, the company CEO stuff on bond sale, also saying the severe cases in the trial were seen in those who ended up receiving The placebo boxes. Blake Burman in California Governor Gavin Newsom says he is considering a new stay at home order is cases of the virus, Sir, If these trends continue, we're gonna have to take much Lord dramatic. Arguably drastic action. Newsome says ICUs in the state's hospitals are on the verge of becoming overwhelmed and unless public health policies and social behaviors or changed if they have to be done. New York City, reversing course after having all students on remote learning earlier this month there, Bill DiBlasio, saying most students only back in class a week from today, America is listening to Fox News. The monster Nissan Traffic Center. Well, we're looking at problems down the Sunshine Skyway Bridge. In addition to high winds to deal with we have an accident with injuries South bound on to 75 approaching us 19 heading into Managing County's A heads up If you're traveling this way, we are seeing some slow traffic south on I 75 between I Foreign Doctor King Jr Boulevard. Also watch for an accident in Pasco County, blocking the right lane in the exit ramp north on I 75 right. It's state route. 56 Page CORRERA news radio to be wife away from the rhino dot com Web. Center. Never clean your gutters again. Lingering clouds and a tiny shower chance this afternoon behind this morning, Strong cold front that moved on through temperatures actually dropping this afternoon as that cooler air moved in through the sixties tonight, getting colder. Low temperatures drop down into the upper forties, and they're mostly clear skies. Lots of sunshine expected for Tuesday, but temperature struggle just to get back into the low sixties. Even colder. Wednesday morning forecast low temp around 40 degrees and another cold front arriving late in the week cools us down into the weekend. I'm Max venerate meteorologists in Oliver. Live local and a little different. This is P m Tampa Bay with Ryan Gorman on NewsRadio. W F L A Our number two PM Tampa Bay on this Monday, November 30th time. Ryan Gorman with me this evening. Jason, barren juror on the board and joining me right now are legal correspondent Felix Vega to talk about a couple different things and Felix let's start. With this lawsuit that's been filed against Publix by the family of a public employee who died. Did Cove in 19 after taking a look at everything? What's this case all about? This is interesting because it happened back in April, when Gerardo Gutierrez, who was a 70 year old public's employee at Miami Beach store, he worked in the deli. Now, remember the Corona virus pandemic really kicked off. And like March, we started seeing the surges. Things were closing down. We had the state home waters where you couldn't only go to the essential services like a public's like your drugstore. Well, he was still working during that initial month, and that's when public's wasn't really enforcing any sort of guidelines in terms of personal protective equipment, or PPE. The heart of their lawsuit is about that policy by public's not to allow or discourage employees from wearing masks while they were in the storm while they were working on it. Honestly, the public's policy went beyond not having a policy in place for Peopie for workers. They were actively saying toe workers. You can't Where a mask to protect yourself. It looks bad, right? Exactly. They were afraid that the mass, we're gonna scare customers off and make them in secure in the store. So what happened with Gerardo? There was an employee that he was working with the was showing visible symptoms of the Corona virus at the end of March on March 27th of 28th. The store did nothing according to the lawsuit to send her home or prevent her for coming back to work until she quarantine got tested and did all the procedures that we now are standard are now in place. So when it's employing on April 2nd, he was told to go home and quarantine because he had a contact with this person inside the store by the seventh of April. He had already tested positive and listen to this 21. Days later, he was died from the complications from the virus. So basically the family is saying how public's handle this early on. That's what put Gutierrez at risk and led to his death. Exactly, And so when we have to put this in context because I went back and look at the statements that they cited in their lawsuit that public said issued in the initial guidance, there was nothing in there about Employees, Employees safety, It was all just kind of frequently asked questions about what you could do to stay safe. Your alternatives for using online shopping nothing about. You know anything substantive about keeping employees safe during the initial part of the response to the current virus, then you fast forward to April 20th. That's when they started requiring all employees to wear masks. They were providing mass to employees. A song supplies didn't run out, and they were giving the option of wearing gloves to other employees like Mr Gutierrez, who would have been in the deli handling food, that sort of thing, so they shifted their entire policy. What's going to be interesting for the court to decide since he got sick in March? You know, is there enough evidence to show that their carelessness led to his wrongful death when they then turned around and change their policies at a later time and kind of made a remedial measures? We call it in the law, So that's what the judge is gonna have to deal with, initially in terms of their evidence that they're going to present from the family and how publishes going to push back from that initial policy that that he had originally Now the mask issue might be a little bit of a problem for the family because again this was this was in March. We know so much more about masks now, and a lot came out after this period of time about mass. But I think the problem for public's could be and correct me if I'm wrong. The fact that the employees that infected Gutierrez was showing signs and symptoms but wasn't sent home. That was something that we knew was a problem at the very early stages of this pandemic. So that seems like the part of the story where public's might have some vulnerability. Exactly, and that's where they're going to look at, because if they knew that this person was sick and showing symptoms of Gutierrez or someone else, said To a manager and that gets out there. They said. Hey, I told my manager I think this person needs to go home. Yeah, there that hasn't really fleshed itself out if they have someone that can testify to that, or as we know, nowadays, everything's done through email or someone was notified within store management or even higher up the food chain. That's what the family is going to need evidence of to show that that was Kind of reckless on therefore, to allow this person to come to work showing symptoms based on what they knew at the time now, public says they're no mass policy originally was in place because they was against CDC guidelines. They weren't really messed pushing the masks. At that point, the face coverings. We saw that shift with Dr Fauci. And Dr Burke's in everything from the national level eventually, but they're kind of relying on that part of it for the mass part, But I agree..
Washington DC council member lays out his expectations for new police chief
"For police reform is is spelling spelling out out what what he he wants wants in in a a police police chief chief to to replace replace Peter Peter Newsom, Newsom, who who was was announced announced plans plans to to become become police police chief chief in in Prince Prince William William County County Ward. Ward. Six Six council council member member Charles Charles Allen, Allen, the the chair chair of of the the judiciary judiciary in in Public Public safety safety committee. committee. Says Says the the nation nation is is changing changing and and law law enforcement enforcement in in the the district district must must change change as as well. well. Along Along with with what what the the city city expects expects from from a a police police chief chief Mayor Muriel Bowser has not yet announced to search for a new chief. But Alan says what's needed is to tackle systemic racism that exists in D C and within policing culture, and Alan says a public health approach is what's needed to eliminate violence, particularly on O
Fresh update on "newsom" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger with Pope in 19 case is continuing to rise and health experts anticipating a post Thanksgiving, Serge Governors say they may be forced to re impose some tough restrictions and at least one state that could mean a new state home order. A New California model revealed by Governor Gavin Newsom shows if nothing is done to prevent the rise in cases here that I see youse could be at 112% of capacity by Christmas Eve. Governor Newsome is warning that tough new stay at home orders could be on the way in the coming days. These trends continue. We're gonna have to take Much more dramatic, arguably drastic action and like was done months ago, California is now asking for volunteers who have backgrounds in health care in case they're needed. His hospital rates rise here. Alex Tony be seen ears LOS Angeles during a following. Fizer is move and applying to the FDA for emergency use approval of its vaccine. In Rhode Island, two more field hospitals or opening this week, The Supreme Court is hearing the Trump administration's argument to exclude undocumented immigrants from the census and seeking to change 230 years of congressional apportionment. Some of the justices wondered whether they needed to decide now before they know how many and which undocumented immigrants would be affected. New York, which led the opposition urge the court to rule immediately on the merits. Truth is that no one piece is to be a person. Because they lacked documentation. New York Attorney General Test James in regret there hiding in the shadows Because of the policies of this administration. The Trump Administration is rushing to finish the count and submit a report to Congress before the president leaves office. Erin Kotowski, ABC News, New York and Wisconsin statement before you was canvassed, and no heirs were identified Secretary of State's office presenting the results of the election to governor Tony Evers, who certified them. Arizona also certifying its results. Both state's awarding their electoral votes. The President elect Biden, You're listening to ABC News. Stay connected. Stay.
Governor nixes parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten
"Of Charles Manson has her parole denied again. In July, a California panel recommended that Leslie van how to be paroled after serving nearly five decades in prison, saying she was suitable for release. And for the fourth time a California governor has denied parole. Governor Gavin Newsom said in his decision. That evidence evidence shows shows that that she she currently currently poses poses an an unreasonable unreasonable danger danger to to society society if if released released from from prison. prison. This This is is Newsome Newsome second second block. block. His His predecessor, predecessor, Jerry Jerry Brown, Brown, also also blocked blocked it twice in August. 1969 Manhattan 19 at the time help Manson and others kill Lino and Rosemary LaBianca in Los Angeles. She's serving a life sentence. Todd and
Fresh update on "newsom" discussed on Mark Levin
"Trump's legal team shortly after, and Jacob, the chairperson of the Wisconsin Elections Commission, signed off on the results of the campus. I have examined the statement and I am now, citing it as the official state determination of the results of the November 3rd 2020 election is coming just hours after Arizona governor Doug Ducey signed off on the results, their votes have been tabulated. 15 counties have certified. Their results is coming even as the Trump legal team continues to make allegations of voter fraud. Do see, a Republican did not directly address the president's claims of voting irregularities, but said the state pulled off what he called a successful election with a mix of in person and mail voting despite the pandemic. Drug company. Moderna says it's file for emergency use authorization for its covert 19 vaccine. Madonna, saying it's covert 19 vaccine candidate is 94% effective. They also say And their trials that continues to show that it is safe. Secondly, though, the company CEO stuff on bond sale, also saying the severe cases in the trial were seen in those who ended up receiving The placebo boxes. Blake Burman in California Governor Gavin Newsom says he is considering a new stay at home order is cases of the virus, Sir, If these trends continue, we're gonna have to take a much more dramatic. Arguably drastic action, Newsome says ICUs in the state's hospitals are on the verge of becoming overwhelmed and unless public health policies and social behaviors or changed it, they have to be done. New York City, reversing course after having all students on remote learning earlier this month, they're built Blasio's saying most students way back in class A week from today, America is listening to Fox News..
Gov. Newsom reverses parole for Manson follower Leslie Van Houten
"California, Gavin Newsom, reversing parole for Charles Manson follower Leslie van Outen. This is the fourth time A governor has blocked her release into two second time. Newsome is donit matching the number of times Jerry Brown reversed it as California governor Ban hot in doing a life sentence for helping Manson kill L, a grocer. Lena Laban, La Bianca and his wife, Rosemary Back in 1969
Fresh update on "newsom" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"6 21, now on Double D T O P. Things are getting bad on the West Coast during the pandemic, California's intensive care units Would be overloaded by the middle of December. The New York Times reports the state's hospitals could be dangerously close to pull by Christmas. Sobering message comes from California Governor Gavin Newsom says the strain could be even worse in the hardest hit areas such as the San Joaquin Valley. It's expected to reach 83% of its hospital capacity by Christmas Eve. Awesome, says full stay at home orders could come in the next few days. We've got new information about a house fire early today in Prince George's County That leaves one man dead and three firefighters hurt. Happened about 7 30. This morning County firefighters arrived at a burning two story home in West Laurel on Bond Mill Road near Park Hall Drive. They found the first floor partially collapsed. Hoarding conditions made it hard to get around. A man's body was found inside. Three firefighters who responded were treated at the hospital and released this evening. Five crews, or rather, fire crews from three other counties came to help. They were Montgomery Howard and Anna Rundle. The Defense Department is taking some extra steps to inject artificial intelligence and everything it does. Let's find out more from federal news network Scott Masi own over the past year and a half the Pentagon's joint Artificial Intelligence Center, or Jake, has been embarking on projects introduced the military day. I, now the organization's director, says the center will find ways to put a I in every aspect of the Defense Department. Jake is creating teams that will embed with different deal the agencies and areas to teach AI or get nascent AI program's off the ground. The center also plans to have a common foundation to test you, AI programs up and running by early 2021. Scott Mosconi Federalist Network. The holiday season is officially kicking off in Washington with the National Christmas tree lighting on the Ellipse. But as you might figure it's a little different this year dragging around.
Washington DC police detective killed in Charles County domestic shooting
"A D C police detective has been killed at his home in Waldorf in a domestic shooting. The Charles County Sheriff's Office says 50 year old Timothy Francis was killed by his wife, 41 year old Christina Lind, Francis. Who then took her own life at their home on the 3300 block of Merrily court, the Metropolitan Police Department says Detective Francis served the department for 20 years, Police chief Peter Newsom says it's heartbreaking. Ah, man who spent two decades protecting the community from violence was a victim of homicide. D C. Police union says Francis was one of the best detectives in the criminal investigations division,
New L.A. County ‘Safer at Home’ restrictions revealed amid COVID-19 surge
"Million people infected in two weeks. That's how fast the Corona virus is blitzing through the U. S population and in many states around the country, strict new measures are in place to try to stop the spread. We're going to check in on a few hot spots right now. A three week ban on outdoor dining goes into effect tonight here in Los Angeles County and the Board of Supervisors is considering another stay at home order. Joining us now is Jackie 40, a health reporter with KPCC and L. A. And and Jackie. What is the situation with the rise in cases here in L. A. I mean, we're experiencing a huge surge in new coronavirus cases across California. But like you said, particularly in L. A over the last week, we've broken daily case records. Multiple times. Health officials reported nearly 6200 cases just yesterday. Hospital beds are filling up and now unfortunately, we're seeing deaths really begin to rise over the last week on average, 28 people are reported dead every day. How Jackie, I wanna also ask you about some of the bands that are now going into effect. This outdoor dining band was nearly overturned yesterday in a really close vote 3 to 2 tell us a little bit about that. California has a color coded a reopening system based on Corbett infection rates, and since that was implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom of the summer L A has always been in the strictest here because we have been a hot spot. So indoor dining has not been allowed for months, but outdoor dining has, And now that we're seeing this new surgeon cases L. A county health officials decided to close outdoor dining for at least three weeks and restrict restaurants to take out and delivery. Only yesterday, the L. A Board of Supervisors had a very long spirited discussion about it after hearing from restaurant owners who say that it would just devastate the industry, and now there's no federal funding to help them out. The board eventually voted in favor after health officials said that it's been clear that people are just going to restaurants with folks outside of their immediate families, You know, taking their masks off to eat and therefore increasing the risk of new infections so that then will go into effect tonight at 10. And and there's also talk about of the stay at home order being floated with the 30 seconds. I have. What would that look like? Yeah, it's really designed to keep people in their homes as much as possible. So no gathering with anyone outside of your household. The order would really reduce capacity at places like stores K through 12 schools would continue a 20% capacity. They're really trying to find a sweet spot where they can keep people from gathering and spreading the virus, but still allows him retail stores to remain open. We don't know when it will go into a factor really, exactly where the details will be. Yeah. So much to watch for their That's Jackie 48 Health reporter with KPCC in Los Angeles, California Thank you so much. Thanks.
Washington DC Police Chief Newsham Hired in Prince William County
"That he's leaving his post and will become the new police chief in Virginia for Prince William County. Can't tell you how excited and it's very exciting for me. Chief Newsom has had a D C police since 2017 and he joined the department nearly 31 years ago. I've enjoyed every single day here. Sooner or later, I had to leave, and when this opportunity came came around, I just took advantage of it. In an exclusive interview with W T O P Chief, Lucien said he's looking forward to the new challenge. Prince William County executive Chris Martino says the county's happy to welcome a chief with notions level of expertise. Newsome is expected to start on February 1st Dick Uliano. W T o P News
Newsham leaving Washington, DC to head Prince William County Police
"To local law Enforcement, D. C is looking for a new police chief. The current one Peter Newsom is becoming the next chief of of the the Prince Prince William William County County Police Police departments. departments. The The county county issued issued a a statement statement tonight tonight confirming confirming the the hiring, hiring, saying saying Newsome's Newsome's expected expected start start date date is is the the beginning beginning of of February February wt. wt. Opie's Opie's reached reached out out to the mayor's office for comment, as well as Metropolitan Police Department, which says it's preparing a statement, The D C police union chairman just issued a statement saying, in part, the D C. Police Union wishes chief News from the best in his new role achieve. Newsom has led a story and decorated career serving the District of Columbia and its residents for over 30 years. His contributions to the MPD will not soon be forgotten. The union now looks forward to riding some input on Mayor Bowser selection for the next permanent chief of police. Name
California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Family Quarantining After 3 Kids Exposed To Coronavirus
"He and his family are under quarantine after three of his kids came into contact with the California Highway Patrol officer who tested positive. New information on exactly who is more likely to
Newsom family under quarantine after COVID-19 exposure
"Announced that he's quarantining for 14 days after his kids were exposed to someone who had tested positive for covert 19. Newsome tweeted that the three of his Children were exposed to a California Highway Patrol officer who tested positive for covert 19. However, Newsom and his family have tested negative and will all be quarantined together. The incident reportedly happened at a school as the governor's kids are back for in person. Learning at a private school in Sacramento Newsome tweeted He and his wife, Jennifer, Siebel, Newsom, Had no direct exposure to that officer. The governor has been under fire for attending a birthday party for a long time colleague earlier this month against the state's coronavirus protocol.
Los Angeles - Gov. Newsom’s Child Quarantined for Possible COVID-19 Exposure
"Of the family members of California's governor is now under quarantine. Leslie Bull reports one of governor Gavin Newsom's Children is in a 14 day quarantine after a classmate at his private school tested positive for covert. 19 Newsome spokesperson, Nathan Click tells politico that quote the family has taken the potential exposure seriously and is following all state protocols. Click, says the governor. His wife and three other Children are not required to quarantine since they were not. Directly exposed. Leslie Bull reporting
California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins
"Of the 40 million people living in California will have to be home by 10 o'clock tonight and stay there through 5 A.m.. The curfew comes as Corona virus cases spiral upwards, and officials say even more stringent measures might have to be taken. Some are criticizing that move after Governor Gavin Newsom attended a birthday party last weekend. Have the governor not practice what he preaches to go to one of the most lavish expensive restaurants in the entire country and break his own rules and executive orders. That's not leadership.
California Governor Gavin Newsom Proclaims November as “Native American Heritage Month”
"Baby almost over. But California's governor Gavin Newsom, is declaring November to be Native American Heritage Month in California. In his proclamation, Newsome says Native American Heritage Month is a time for recognition. Reflection and reckoning. Newsome also says that admits the Corona virus pandemic. We're faced with the stark reality that we as a nation have failed the first peoples to call these lands home.
California governor issues curfew as coronavirus cases rise
"The U. S past 11 million total coronavirus cases a week. Ugo, and now that number has already topped 12 million New daily cases are approaching 200,000 in California just became the latest day to issue an overnight curfew, with Governor Gavin Newsom issuing the order for most of the state's counties, requiring that people not leave their homes between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m., except for essential reasons. Governor Mike DeWine of Ohio issued a similar curfew that went into effect on Thursday.
COVID-19 curfew officially goes into effect for Los Angeles County
"Lines. Were long last night. Outside dodgers stadium in los angeles as people waited in their cars to get a coronavirus test. As cases surge much of california is subject to curfew chanting a record number of corona virus infections. California governor gavin newsom is ordering an overnight curfew for hardest hit areas in the state starting saturday forty one counties designated purple areas will restrict known essential work and gatherings from ten pm until five. Am the curfew effects. Roughly ninety percent of the state and will remain in effect for one month. The sacramento county sheriff's office says it will not enforce the curfew but some californians think it is necessary to save lives. Faxes lee
California Cases Climb to a Record as State Curfew Begins
"A record number of Corona virus infections. California Governor Gavin Newsom is ordering an overnight curfew. The hardest hit areas in the state starting Saturday. 41 counties designated purple areas will restrict nonessential work and gatherings from 10 p.m. until 5 A.m. curfew effects roughly 90% of the state and will remain in effect for one month. Sacramento County Sheriff's Office is it will not enforce the curfew. Some Californians think it is necessary to save lives.
One of Gov. Newsom's children quarantines after potential COVID-19 exposure
"Newsom's kids is in a 14 day quarantine after classmate tested positive for covert 19, a spokesman for new some tells politico that the family has taken the potential exposure seriously and is following all state protocols. Neither the child nor the school or being named leading by
"newsom" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast
"This special interest powerful lobbyists in billionaire corporations have distinctly unfair advantage over the every day citizens in this country right but for me to see this photo. Surface of gavin of governor gavin newsom. Who is first and foremost. The you know the head honcho of the state and the biggest Country of practicing social distance protocols in forcing masks and demanding the People on stay socially distance in businesses by exceptionally strict guidelines with this dinner Not practicing any of what. He's been preaching days. Stay but furthermore. I was just so sick into because this same governor If somebody did for the past year. I've been trying relentlessly to meet with brian On occasions last year when we introduced working on on behalf of the victims of medical negligence state of california the fairness act in working towards qualified which we have because we got qualified for the twenty twenty two ballads on request within them. We were denied. We've requested him with at least three different occasions. I have you all have as a team. I know other people on behalf of this initiative has tried to meet with him and we've been denied but to see the california medical association we know is dumping millions of dollars in the keeping. These unfair unconstitutional. Quite frankly racist metal caps in the state of california in place all coz with government. I'm be honest. Like i'm gonna take my my my Figureheads had just as a man. It just hurt right. It hurt because beyond the policy. I day in day out. Talk to these fans right. I sit up on into the wee hours of the morning with the della. Rose is crying about the fact. That daughter is gone right. I talked to you know tammi schnitt. I talk to these families. I know how much pain they're in. But while these families are suffering these people are living high on the hog and while we can't even simply get the you know the time of day replacing the time of day or the respective conversation. When it's really a it's it's actually. It's a literal seat at the table of live as you. These patients have been denied have been denied exactly and for me. It's the thing to a really is just to sum it up. It's insult to injury literally and figuratively right. And but you know we're we're past the point of asking we're demanding so Is going to have to do with easy with art way. And maybe just so our readers who haven't heard your story or our listeners..
Covid Milestones: Eli Lilly CEO on Antiviral Approval & Pfizers FDA Application
"Corona virus cases are hitting new highs in the united states and the cdc is urging the country to keep thanksgiving celebrations small. The recommending americans spend the holiday only with people who've been living in their households for the last fourteen days which means no military personnel. Who plant to come home and no college students back from campus. And this week amid it. All california governor gavin newsom issued a curfew between ten pm and five am for all nonessential work and gatherings in most of the state and the order will remain in place until at least december twenty first perhaps even longer but some good news today as well visor and its partner. Biontech are submitting their obligation to the fda for emergency use authorization of their covid nineteen vaccine. This would be the first covid vaccine that goes through the regulatory process. Here's becky the fda's review process is expected to take a few weeks. Advisory committee meeting on the vaccine is tentatively scheduled for early next month. If it's approved some americans could get their first doses in just about a month's time earlier this week study. Data analysis showed this vaccine to be ninety five percents effective and that's incredibly impressive. Let's bring in meg. Terrell she's got more on this good morning. Good morning becky moving incredibly fast and a really historic milestone this morning the first vaccine to go to the fda for covid nineteen to try to stop this pandemic. So we're going to see this regulatory process. Really play out over the coming weeks. We should here typically the way this works is the company alerts the world when the fda has accepted an application and set a date to decide on the drug. We're in a pandemic of course so those dates are not going to be normal. And the communications might be different to we. Might hear from the fda Either the decision timing that they might be looking at and especially about when they're gonna set that advisory committee meeting to discuss this vaccine. That's when outside advisers get together dig apart all of the data around The vaccine the safety the efficacy the manufacturing and talk about also how this should potentially be approved for the market. And it's possible. We will see an application from dern. They said within weeks So we should see that soon. Too and so the expectation that i heard was that the fda had asked those outside advisors to set aside december eighth ninth and tenth three days to potentially discuss. Both vaccines Now dr john taurus from nbc had the fda commissioners steven hahn said scott gottlieb. Stephen hawking on with him yesterday in a facebook live. He asked him about those dates. Any no he said. The fda was going to be flexible. He wouldn't confirm that they had asked them to set those dates. And so we have been hearing since we reported those dates a lot of people sort of saying. Why is this going to take so long So we will have to wait to see what the empty actually does In terms of scheduling that meeting. They do need time to go through the application themselves very carefully. Prepare the documents the committee and then the committee will discuss it and we do expect the fda decide extremely quickly after that meeting Whether to green light this market and then pfizer in biontech. Say they are ready to go within hours after that That green light to start shipping. This guy's yeah. That was one of the things that really caught my attention this morning. The idea that within hours they'd be ready to start shipping vaccine and getting it out there and that brings up the question of how we do that. How do we distribute this. Where does it go. How do we determine who gets it. I never the states have been working on plans along with the federal government to try and figure out how much each state would get. But how does it work. We do even know. Do we have a real game plan for who gets what. When and how we know part of that. So operation warp speed an eighty just secretary alex as are held. A briefing about those plans are earlier. This week And essentially what would happen after. The fda gives the green light if it does then. The cdc has an advisory committee as well that would meet to make recommendations about. Who should get this vaccine. I if there are two vaccines if there are any differences in them you know which groups should get which dosing of that stuff So that's expected to happen extremely quickly. And then the cdc makes recommendations about how much each state should get Secretaries are based on population. We also know of course that because supply will be so limited that there are going to be prioritized groups. Healthcare workers are expected to be at the top People with underlying health conditions that make them more severe. More vulnerable to severe disease will also be at the top so We'll see how that gets allocated to the states based on what. The group recommends
"newsom" Discussed on Consumer Watchdog Podcast
"If you put the cost of cleaning up each of those wells and timed it by all those new permits you'd have five hundred and thirty million dollars. That would go towards the clean. The bonding for the will a cleaning. But they he. That never happened so this is on him a lot and I don't. I don't think anyone's paying attention to the degree that the oil industry was going under. This last two months has shown they are. They are in deep trouble. Oil industry analysts predict that At least a hundred oil companies nationally go back over this year There's every at every reasonably this California Resource Corporation which is spin off of Occidental. Petroleum is going to. Go bankrupt within Two years because they have like five billion dollars in debt coming up in twenty twenty two and they control twenty percent of the idol wells in the state that adds as I said a billion one point five four billion dollars for the onshore wells in two point. Three billion for the offshore wells deployed there. There's there's just a an huge amount of debt that's coming due to the industry that's going to swallow it and there's no doubt that dozens of Oil DRILLING COMPANIES GO bankrupt and the state's going to be left holding this bag and the governor Is Not GonNa want that not now Especially when he's Tried to clean up the agency Last year he fired the head of the agency He fired a couple of oil supervisors conflicts. it's it's it's a good time for him to get tough with the oil companies. But he's got a he's got to get tough and it it it comes. You know it'd catch twenty two. I guess a little bit because the companies are saying we need relief because You Know Oil's going down and we're going to go bankrupt so take off. The regulatory rains were saying no. If you take off the regulatory lanes the state's going to be left with billions of dollars in cleanup costs. So you actually got to get tougher not go easy while in. It's a strong caution for lawmakers not to buy the company's crying pandemic Because just like you know we talk on the podcast last week about the fact that the insurance industry is using climate change as an excuse to try and go after something they really always wanted which is deregulating. The insurance industry and getting rid of the protections that the voters enacted with initiative propaganda three. But all the way back in nineteen eighty eight making homeowners auto insurance rates fair and so This This move by the new administration to Cut Regulators in the budget and a delay. A permanent is another case of the oil industry crying pandemic to try and get concessions that they've been trying to get anyways and the thing about this Oil Drilling Situation California's the oil that we pull out of the ground is really energy and produce energy intensive took to get out of the ground. It's the last bit of oil in California. It is heavy crude it is it is really energy intensive and you know like. I said you know. Nearly three quarters of the wells or idol fairly pumping the oil industries using These permits as a way of getting more into debt. I mean there's there's less and less good oil in California And and these prices. No one's going to be pumping but they're going to be wanting permits leverage and do other things with so it's really incumbent upon governor. Newsom to two to draw a line now because of the things will get really out of hand in the next two years and And the price comes due to the state and it's obviously also good for our environment for our water for air for our people's health not to have a new oil wells drilled but this fiscal impact Is the one thing that I think gets everybody's attention and And it's it's it's it's. There's no question that bill is going to come do the state for these Fini's abandoned wells. It's just a question of how big it's going to be. And he's gotTa Start. Curbing that that that tab right now sounds like a financial imperative for the state So am I missing anything Jamie? No I think it's I think this is It's just one of those things. It's GonNa take a lot of courage to stand up to an industry that's hurting at a time when they say They need help. But it's it's an Mr US and Hopefully it won't be US well. Then that's it for this week. Thanks for joining us. On the read for Justice report you can read our letter to the governor Learn more about the campaign to shut these wells down at consumer watchdog DOT ORG and. Don't forget to subscribe to the podcast. I tunes to play or wherever you get your podcast..
"newsom" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Newsom states will be forced to make impossible decisions they have been mismanaged these are blue states they've been mismanaged they have been run by a bunch of incompetence they can't print money they're out of it and they're looking at this arrival of the virus as an opportunity it's no wonder they want to crash they figure that's the only way that they're going to ever be able to find any hope of being made whole coming up with money to fund their pension obligations and all that is gigantic federal bailouts and if you send people back to work if governor Newsom opens the state lets people re open businesses well that starts the California economy we can't have that we can have one of the state's economy start up and get percolating because that would create revenue would create something more than idle financial loss they need idle for that they need financial destruction I think these are these blue state governors are doing this largely on purpose they are destroying the economy of their states in the belief or the hope that they're going to get federal money to bail them out and now he's called for one trillion dollars for California Oregon Washington Nevada and Colorado I don't know if he means a trillion each trillion total five times this week yes I do here is Susan San Antonio Texas it's great to have you hello hello hello crash I am a retired infectious disease specialist and I just wanted to point out that the same career bureaucrat I've been watching this unfold without G. the same career bureaucrats that have told us over the decades it he is brilliant and you know perfect and all this are the same ones that gave us the information and the on Mahler that he was a man of high integrity and character and it just couldn't be there no question I'm I'm watching all this unfold and leave the public health officials in these bloated bureaucracies for our public health had been completely blind sided and I want to point out that Taiwan and Singapore were not blind sided they saw this coming and I slammed into place the protocols that everyone had developed during the sars epidemic immediately because they don't trust the communist Chinese and knew better than to when I heard that there was you know an epidemic occurring in Wuhan bay news tests shut down there flights and from there and to put into place immediately their protocols Meg because we all learn from the experience in Toronto during the sars epidemic and put protocols and a place for exactly this sort of thing it it could be implemented yeah they weren't and I'll tell you what there are a lot of people in these positions that should not be in them because of pre demonstrated incompetence in dealing with things like sars or aids or OR one half anyway I appreciate the call Susan and sadly I'm not a busy broadcast moments for this destruction guaranteed for the next hour is forty four E. R. I. green network newsradio six ten and there are some people who like to do their homework and everything if they're worried about identity theft I might monitor their credit but in doing so they might miss something data breaches happen more often these days and if your personal information is included like your name your social security number criminals can commit identity theft LifeLock sees more evidence of identity theft daily like someone taking out a payday loan in your name.
"newsom" Discussed on The Indicator from Planet Money
"Slash. Plenty of money just to kind of get a sense of of what we're looking at here. Would you mind describing? What was California's economy like before the corona virus pandemic I guess eight weeks ago? Yeah I mean just ninety days ago. I was reflecting on the fact that we were projecting. Six billion dollar budget surplus We had paid off all the wall of debt we inherited From the prior Turn we at one hundred twenty consecutive months of job growth lowest unemployment highest reserves interstates history. Fast forward today We're dealing with unprecedented. Almost depression era unemployment numbers and deficit That's one of the highest in our state's history. Yeah what was the unemployment rate Before Corona Virus Ninety days ago as you said. And what is it now? It's a three point nine percent We anticipate being north of eighteen percent We conceivably could get as high as twenty four twenty four and a half percent in the next few months based upon the current trend lines twenty four and a half percent unemployment. That's that's a lot. Yeah I mean these are the the numbers are so staggering. When you just consider four point. Three million people have filed for unemployment insurance Just since March twelve and since the fifteenth we've distributed just shy of twelve billion dollars of unemployment support We're dealing with Numbers we've never dow with. Yeah I mean. Twelve billion dollars is just a staggering amount of money to to have processed and unemployment claims. I mean even with the strong budget position. California's in I mean from what I understand. California does not have the money to cover all of this going forward What are you going to do? I mean obviously? Millions of Californians are counting on unemployment will be counting on unemployment. Where's the money gonNA come from has to come from the federal government and I don't say that as a handout first frame meaning how I really believe in personal responsibility? I believe the state has a responsibility to get. Its Fiscal House in order. And that's exactly what we've been doing. The last decade that said we're not immune in the fact that California is now facing tens and tens of billions of dollars of deficits Is a direct result of in nineteen and that means the federal government has to be a partner in helping us out of this. What happens if you don't get federal support and the reality is we. Statutorily have to balance our budgets. I have to work with the legislature in the next few weeks. We have five weeks By June fifteenth. We have to work out a compromise and that none of us WanNa make on our own. Look we're talking about our police officers talking about our firefighters. We have fire season coming up. We talk about our teachers. We talk about those we call heroes and we have to look them in the is our nurses and our skilled nursing. Lvn's and RN's and folks that are really quite literally saving people's lives in and say well you know what we value you rhetorically but we have to let you go so in a way. There's like there's not a plan B right now it's just the federal government has to come through also mid a balanced budget But if if you can help me erase my name from any association with it. I'd love to see that happen. Look I required to do that But there's nothing in there that makes me proud. It doesn't represent my values doesn't represent the legislatures values and unlike the federal government. We don't have a printing press in. There is the capacity for the Federal Government to borrow to help states so that we can get back on our economic footing sooner and get the economy humming again to pay down those deficits into the future. I mean speaking of getting the economy humming again. I mean you are. You're at the head of the fifth largest economy in the world and so of course the decisions that you may have a global economic impact you also thorough bunch of lives at stake. So as you're kind of reopening the economy starting to think about reopening things. I'm wondering like how do you balance the economic cost that you're seeing that come with the shutdown versus the cost of potentially opening things back up too soon like just kind of I mean it's it seems like a very impossible decision in certain ways it is it's imprecise and what has to be humble and this and you have. You can't be ideological about it. You know we we believe in ready. Aim Fire not ready fire. Aim so you WANNA be guided I By indicators and we are guided by indicators by data in those data points are primarily health probably defined but also those data points include variations for economic activity. And we also recognize this. California's a state is populations larger than twenty one states combined. It really is a nation state. But it's many parts one body and what I mean. By that is there are variations within the state that we should also accommodate for their parts of the state that haven't been impacted directly or even modestly indirectly by the spread of the virus and those from an economic recovery perspective a will look at for variations on our statewide orders as an example how we begin to process. Yeah as we're talking it just keeps going through my head. How suddenly this came on just like ninety days ago. Everything was so different I wondering if there was a moment When you if there was a moment either at work or at home when you when you realize how serious this was going to get when we started seeing unemployment insurance claims come averaging a hundred fifteen thousand every day when prior we were averaging twenty five hundred a day two thousand five hundred to a hundred and fifteen thousand in a week. We started seeing average number. That's when the red flag come up and it was obvious to me. We were entering that trajectory Great Depression unemployment numbers. Yeah what went through your head when you saw those numbers like one hundred thousand I just the enormity of this And one of the reasons I wanted to be governor was to address are homeless issue and our poverty issues and so the issue for was looking at those unemployment numbers through this Lens. These same folks that were ravaged by the great recession. These are the same folks that never fully recovered from. Oh nine and tell two thousand ten and then the same ones now back on the unemployment line black and Brown communities disproportionately impacted and and it just it breaks your heart all this hard work and then boom. We hit this wall. This cliff. That chasm this canyon That were in and now we have to look those same people in the eye and say right when you're just getting back on your feet Now you're potentially going to be the source of most of the stress moving into these cuts in this recovery. Yeah what is it like to be at the helm of such a giant economy? So many people. What is that like you know? It's interesting because you're right. Look as as California goes so goes the nation. It's not a gross exaggeration. It's really not one at all We we punch above our weight in terms of of patents researcher scientists Nobel laureates and Terms of innovation the entrepreneur spirit so many of these sectors of our economy that have really grown in the last decade. So you're right. This weighs heavily Because the consequences if they're not felt immediately will be felt all across this country anti except the Americas and the temple of the world's economy across the rest of the world We'll governor. I can't thank you enough for speaking with us today. Thank you ought to be with you. Thanks for having me. This episode at the indicator was produced by Darius Rafi on the indicators edited by Patty hearst and is a production of NPR one of the many ways to corona virus. Pandemic has changed. The world is that it has greatly limited the choices we get to make every day it gives you a greater recognition of what you really have in your control and what things you really don't have as much control over this week on hidden brain from NPR..
"newsom" Discussed on What Next | Daily News and Analysis
"Okay back to the beaches. So Orange County decided. They weren't going to close their beaches but then the governor stepped in. Why did he feel the need to do that? This is actually the second time he's done this. And it's all Orange County's foucault twice. Everyone got serious and California March sixteenth. That's when Newsom said okay. This is what we're GONNA DO GARCETTI whatnot. So what do people do that weekend? They all flocked to the beach so I remember turning on locally here the NBC affiliate Huntington Beach Packed with people absolutely packed with people in March. Yeah this is March. Yeah it's like the weekend of March Twenty First Newsom saw that. Garcetti saw that newsome's like nope. We're GONNA start shutting down the parking lots for state beaches and that's exactly what happened to like sort of tell people to stay away. Then though California went through about a month of gloomy weather so it was raining like it was a unseasonably large Raynham out for this time of year in California. So people mostly stayed home. There was no problem. The Problem Gustavo says started two weekends ago. That's when the weather began to clear up and once again people started going back to the beach. Maybe you saw some of the images on twitter. Newsom sees photos again. Of course he gets angry like no. I'm GONNA shut down the beaches at first. He he wanted to shut down all the beaches in California but then he decided to just shut down Orange County and that's where the real anger came out. Even look so you think it was kind of petty of him. Oh petty punitive at the end. It was punitive some like he got so Wang because remember. This was the second time this happened. Orange County the first time was in mid March and the march sixteenth. Two weekend are rather march. Twenty first weekend where you saw these people in Orange County walk into the Beach. Now you have a second time. It's how you say it in Spanish Reagan. Yondo an English. You would say school. That's what it is. A new some came off as a school. No one wants to be seen as a scored. You WanNa be seen as authoritative coming off as a school. There's just like dude. What's your issue? Man Like started started slip into coastal orange county lingo but literally. That's what when that happened. I'm like Oh man you're you do not know what you just did Newsom does new somehow beef with the. Oc personal beef. Yes I got. It is civil war between Sacramento and Orange County so when new some decided to shut down the beaches the city of Huntington Beach and the city of Dana Point sued the state of California ever since then now The city of Newport beach is trying to sue the state and federal corporate. This was at St Court when it came to Newsom so there is emnity. There is just absolute loathing for new some from the more conservative elements of of of Orange County. In fact that's what they're calling him down the Republican Party here in Orange County King Gavin King newsom. I heard another name for him. Which was someone like rented? A small plane flew over the beach and they were calling him. Gruesome newsom okay. That's funny. That is funny but yeah I mean they're overreacting. Is it tyranny? No is that punitive absolutely. There has to be that middle ground. I mean really. Lisa Bartlett seems to be that middle ground of saying. Hey what you're doing to us is wrong but there has to be another way and let let's have a conversation about it but of course then. That's why you started. See like you saw. What was the estimate in Huntington beach protests like two thousand three thousand people and again not all of them were locals but the locals of course supported it but then that becomes that flashpoint for the people who are tired of these stay at home ordinance or edicts by new some and other people across Southern California. Of course they gonNA flock there. I mean I was reading some protesters who talked to the media and said that these gatherings at the beaches they reminded them of the early days of the tea party movement. Does that make sense to you? The only thing I would say is that there doesn't seem to be At least yet it doesn't seem to be Like movement going forward from this there was barely any protests there hasn't been many protests week like if it really was a movement people would be protesting more and more and more the anger is definitely there though and this is where it's this is where it really gets interesting in. Orange County because the Republican Party in Orange County this year. They're going to have to play catch up like they definitely wounded dog in a corner wolfing a corner and the ready last shot but they really had no. They're they're just yet. The Democrats are they are now outnumbering. Republicans at least in the official voter registration drives they had a trump. Of course. Who knows what's going to happen. Nationally but locally you know trump was not very popular again. He Lost Twenty Sixteen. But with this issue Governor Newsom shutting down the Orange County beaches and only the orange county beaches now. The Republican Party is vitalized. And the way I have not seen it in like Jeez in years like not even two thousand sixteen or twenty eighteen and so they're going to try to ride this issue all the way to election day governor like newsome is doing this balancing act. He can see that if he doesn't start opening the state back up again especially those beaches. His political opponents will have a pretty potent weapon to use against him but if he does open the beaches and people get sick. He could get the blame for that to which may be why earlier this week. Governor NEWSOM announced baby steps towards opening those beaches. Back up again. He is feeling the pressure it. Because you see this like the cases aren't going down the trump administration just said hey remember when we said forty to sixty thousand people are GONNA die. Well now we think it's probably going to be a hundred thousand so this current. Iris is not going anywhere. But you also cannot keep people at home without now. You can't keep them at home period. I mean you could give them a universal basic income but people want to go out people. WanNa go back to how it was. Even though it's not going to so new some I think is just saying okay. That's what he's doing. His staggered rollout. Where this I know? It's going to be the second phase now like you have bookstores and clothing boutiques and most businesses. Basically you can open but you can only have curbside service which is kind of weird. I don't know how that's GonNa work out but people are not gonNA take it even in Orange County so in San Clemente this past week and you had a restaurant that just opened they said okay. Yeah we're going to do social distancing. Yeah no we're not going to and so Local news they've been like showing Patios packed inside packed the county health officials. They've gone down there to check and see and tell them like. Hey you're not supposed to do this. But they're not really trying to enforce anything will new some even more punitive because of that. We'll see but again. No one envies newsom right now. Let's put it that way. Yeah I mean listening to you talk. It feels like it's a damn that's about to break. You know I mean there have been reports of counties like Murdoch County which is a rural county. That's basically just said we're not going to be doing this anymore. We're not going to be doing this. Stay at home order anymore and I read one piece of analysis that said listen. The bigger threat. Isn't these protesters. It's politicians basically pushing back on new Simmons saying we're not going to implement what you're telling us to do at the that's a long game of course with politicians. Yeah Mode Rock County all the way. All the way up in northern California very rural hasn't had a single case and the new hearing this so because if he really was a king he would say no. Everyone goes on my schedule. So he's as what he's saying and what people are mocking him for his like data. I'm seeing the data. So He's acknowledging okay rural counties you could be on a or other places that have a certain policy or plan to get out of this. You have more leeway than say Los Angeles or San Francisco or Santa Clara County. Where San Jose is Gopher? But you're also damned if you do and you're damned if you don't have you seen more fatalities come out of this and you see that huge Like a second wave happened. Will people blame some tell them? Hey you opened up too early or will they go. After troub- it remains to be seen. It's GonNa be interesting.
"newsom" Discussed on Katie Couric
"Kids how you guys doing with stay at homes. That is what now you have the real answer that last question four kids Katie. Handling we need to reopen the schools immediately. Please desperate right away. It saves it saves everything my my good days and my more challenging days it is. I'll tell you one thing. It does so boy. It sharpens. My appreciation for women For Mothers for caregivers for the disproportion amount of work women do in the household that is now even made more visible. And I think this mother's Day but it'd be the biggest mother's Day in history of mankind. How old are your kids now? The youngest just just turned four and still reminds me of the twos. You know what I mean. And we have the oldest is just ten and Homeschool A. Oh my gosh. The teachers talk about American Heroes Nurses doctors and the teachers it's hard just to have remarkable inability to want to be taught by their parents but a remarkable capacity by our teachers. And so that's why I say let's safely and responsibly reopen these schools. And I know that's something you're thinking about but there's a lot that will go into that and a lot of folks are debating whether schools should open this summer because they have to make up for lost time. And that's something you're looking into his well well. This learning losses real. It's real every summer. Summer believed particularly from a socio economic disproportionately bags black and Brown communities. And we've never addressed that in a meaningful way. By the way this has been exposed with distance learning and wi fi capacity the ability for a family with many kids to have more than just even one tablet or have one tablet on a alone and all of that of course is made more problematic as we move through this pandemic and so we're talking about opening. Potentially I know summer schools upon US quickly but we are considering opening up the school year a little bit earlier late July early August to see if we can make up for that gives us a little more time on the summer school to more safely plan physical and environmental planning but then would provide us. The opportunity may be make up for some of that. Learning law sewer. We're having deep conversations. That's a big scale operation. Six million kids in California so we can do it. I think others can as well. But it's a it's a big Herculean effort. Avenue Gavin NEWSOM.
"newsom" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Newsom says the state is making good progress in producing and purchasing much needed ventilators to help with the corona virus pandemic he toward an energy company in Silicon Valley that has changed its operations to refurbish outdated ventilators he spoke Friday with LA mayor Eric Garcetti about a shipment the state recently received from federal official it was a casual conversation about the one hundred and seventy ventilators that came from the national stockpile directly to LA county the conversation wasn't just about those hundred seventy it was about the fact those one hundred seventy we're not working in rather than lamenting about it rather than complaining about it rather than pointing fingers rather than generating headlines in order to generate more stress and anxiety we got a car and a truck and we had those hundred and seventy brought here to this facility and they are quite literally working on those ventilators right now the company bloom energy says that a week ago none of its employees knew anything about ventilators but they've quickly gotten a grasp of the devices Newsome says the state is more than four thousand ventilators and its stockpile not including the ones already in hospitals his goal is to get back to ten thousand two people being held in an ice detention center in San Bernardino county were free this weekend it was a result of a lawsuit alleging that the government is unable to protect them from the coronavirus in an emergency order federal judge Terry hatter ordered to immigrants who were being held at a federal lockup in Adelanto to be set free without delay rationale behind recognizes immigration detention centers I just the tinderbox for this band Janick and everybody in the detention center is at risk of contracting Kobe nineteen because ice is simply not taking the necessary steps that he needs to in order to protect them that's attorney Amanda savage talking with can actually says instead of appealing the government complied the government has already released our client going forward she says her group's public counsel may file similar suits against the government to free more immigrants currently being held in ice custody Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio the number of confirmed a coronavirus cases across Silicon Valley county has shot up to more than eighteen hundred that includes thirty two deaths with words of more than three hundred forty four new cases including six more people have died from their infections now some of the latest diagnose victims were living or working at senior care facilities in Hollywood Burbank and Redondo Beach Long Beach is eighteen new coronavirus cases the city's biggest one day total of new cases since the outbreak began there are now eighty eight confirmed cases in Long Beach plus one death the woman in her fifties who had underlying health issues another big increase in positive virus tests in Orange County brings the total number of confirmed cases to four hundred and three and that includes four fatalities and the count in San Bernadino county has climbed to seventy six with three deaths including an eighty nine year old woman who became the latest fatality there a death in an outbreak in December to Dino nursing home as county officials ramping up testing right away the eighty nine year old woman died in twelve people have tested positive in a nursing home in Yucaipa pushing county health officials to start testing everyone including workers at the facility right away in addition a woman in a nursing home in Mentone also tested positive so testing is getting under way there as well nursing homes but highly susceptible to the virus as most residents are usually eighty plus this has been proven out around the world especially in Washington state where more than thirty people came down with the virus and died in one facility alone the acting county health officer said this is the first instance of an outbreak in a nursing home in the vast county it should prove to everyone how Dave your site is stressing to stay indoors and avoid contact with others numbers are expected to rise next week the county begins reporting figures for cities and towns which are incorporated Bob Brill can extend seventy newsradio first for riverside county when it comes to the corona virus were notified that our first inmate has tested positive the inmate became symptomatic several days ago he was immediately isolated and is being treated by medical staff the inmate had very limited contact with other inmates they.
"newsom" Discussed on The Lead
"Sports broke yesterday. It's official California governor. Gavin newsom signed. Sp Two oh six talk about a game changer for student athletes now this new law would allow them to cash in on endorsements smits the NC double A. Though not too happy with this they say this blurs the line between college and professional athletes and will add confusion to the Games the new law bars colleges in California from punishing athletes for making money off their names and likenesses as things stand now athletes could lose their scholarships or get kicked off the team for something seemingly trivial like taking money for an autograph and this is all connected to something the MTA has been holding onto for a really long time the idea of amateurism awesome that college athletes shouldn't be paid for playing a sport or anything related to it the part of the game. That's so great about about colleges. It's it's still pure you know in some people argue that but it's still pure and they argue that if you get rid of amateurism you threaten equality in college sports. This new law in California is a serious serious shot across the bow and it's one of the most significant attacks on the NC AA that we've seen to date today we speak with California Governor Gavin newsom about why he signed this bill the impact he thinks we'll have and what will happen next from wondering athletic. I'm could be the Davidson and I'm UNDERSCO. It's Tuesday October first and this is the league felt like something was happening. There is something of the emotion and ask.
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"I q reading math and selected differences in complex flex visual attention visual memory language verbal memory and learning planning problem solving and speeded naming or seen in neglect groups <hes> so they didn't have any points but it's for sure of course real an australian study of three thousand seven hundred ninety six fourteen eighteen year olds found that those who had been reported as having suffered abuse or neglect scored the equivalent of some three i._q. Points lower than those who had not been maltreated but there was an article. I read also abou- saggy diapers song. E sag is soggy servings that it can affect their motor skills. Minghella's it affects the way they learn to walk. Ooh you gotta poop in their pants walking around with bonds but what cuts cuts kim cedar point study on all of us who went to cedar point so matching these wet but cuts. I are are yes yes. I bet i should be smarter. We'll certainly did you tell people what that is. I don't think they know cedar point. The amusement park we went to as a kid in sandusky ohio and of course air weekly went a ton as a kid. You're but with sweat so bad as you walked around this park. It's a huge park and you're running from ride to ride and your butts sweating profusely refuses so you would go into the bathroom and you would put paper towel between your butt cheeks like no parents. Were advising this. Just kids figured this out on their own. I've asked many people who and went to cedar point a lot as a kid in at least among the males very common for them. I think carly was saying she tried it. Though to maybe <hes> throughout the day the wetness etnis in there just create a cut out of nowhere and then now you're dealing with a very stinky cut and then you're back in the bathroom. The toilet paper does not work because it's thinner owner than a micron and it just turns to paper machine your bonds you got to go at the very coarse brown paper towel also might create the cut the wet right but <hes> so it's a chicken or the inclusive yeah whether it's the rough coarse paper towel or the friction and sweat that creates the cut. The cut is almost universal vercel. Everyone gets a wet but cut me. I've never i've never been to cedar point but have been to six flags and spent all over georgia six flags over doors six flags flags over georgia but we gave a lot of thought to that one theory of courses that you sweat less than us the but for whatever reason genetics and then other ones that he didn't have enough but cheek to create the friction. I think that's probably accurate yeah account olympic butts well. We can if we stay here long. No i of amac's yeah yeah yeah not unless you did steroids steroids but steroids royd so she said that her friends i- kaiser said that the largest group of suicide deaths currently is young girls ages nineteen to twenty five. She said that she was most likely going to get that statistic wrong. She did preface that. I don't think that's true grew car but then i did read time magazine. This was this year or last year for decades u._s. Boys have died by suicide far more frequently than girls. Even though girls attempt suicide citing report contemplating it more often in the suicide prevention world the phenomenon is known as the gender paradox the paradox still persist today but new who data published in jama network open this is time magazine so i believe it suggests the gap between male and female youth suicide deaths is is narrowing. What we're seeing is alarming on top of the fact that females are thinking about suicide mourn attempting suicide more now. They're actually completing suicide u._s. Suicide rates are rising across age. Groups and demographics and youth are no exception but the uptake hasn't been equal across genders starting in two thousand seven suicide rates for girls ages ten to fourteen eighteen began increasing annually by about thirteen percent compared to about seven percent for boys for teenagers fifteen to nineteen rates among girls and boys increased crease by about eight percent and three point five percent respectively so maybe that's what she was talking about is. It's getting much growing at a double the rate or something wow allow you know and of course in junior high and high school we knew the kids that had tried to kill themselves and then they were generally girls who had tried yeah and then there were a couple couple boys who did yeah. It's horrible fifty. Is your brain not even donny no now aw also i learned in an anthro class. It's also contagious. There's like some really crazy phenomenon that happened in tahiti. I believe where someone really famous killed themselves themselves and then they saw this explosion of afterwards. It's very interesting yeah. There's movements to not publicize it in the media yeah because it does have a contagious effect. I think just i mean obviously psychologically. You're not well contemplating suicide so maybe when you z. That maybe it just feels like this person did it and they were much happier than me so i should probably go ahead offering do do they do that. Don't do it that was in others decide but again. I bet i would love to find it. We'll do it next fact check. I would love to find out if heather's was so popular in the whole movie was about suicide. I wonder if there was an uptick that year we should yeah okay okay so you said you're powerless airless over the four by six thing in your hand making my world yeah four by six yeah. It's it's not by six yeah great what is well. The galaxy ten is six point two by two point nine two okay and mine iphone. Seven is is five point four four by two point six four okay. That's even smaller than i thought is the point so it's even worse i was complaining about. It's worse making my focus tiny little dot planet earth instead of the planet earth around me but you know what we haven't done that on this trip which has been lovely yeah because because we have no service. I really recommend that people vacation somewhere where there's no service area. It is so nice loved it but the reason i knew that had to be wrong when he he said it is because there's a four by six picture mary familiar with that size. I used to do a lot of framing right yeah. Will you love rain bridge. I love frame brand responser. I love frame bridge all sponsor them for free. I really embrace so you're very hip to affor- bicycle. I can picture it as well. Well yeah yeah you're right. This is more rectangle than boxy like a four by six and that's all all right great. I love you love you <music> <music>..
"newsom" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"If you invest invest in the beginning it's gonna pay off and g._d._p. Growth because these are going to be contributing citizens versus citizens who are dependent or unfortunately leap perpetuating cycles of poverty because they're stuck. Yes you know the thing though that's never seems to be a part of these plans that i wish were that should all happen. That's great even and if the kids rise out of poverty and they become super middle-class. They're still gonna feel poor so i want a class a mandatory class on mental health <hes> um. Here's who you're allowed to compare yourself to earlier versions of yourself. That's it. You're on a trajectory trying to better yourself. That's it stay in your lane. Look at yourself. Be a better you forget about it. I think there needs to be an anecdote to advertising. I don't want advertising going away. It's making this possible you and i sitting here. It's fantastic. I love it but not unlike t._v. When it was on the public airways and the f._c._a. was like yeah. We'll let you do all this programming but you need to do news and you need to do child education asian. That's part of the deal. You get all this shit but you gotta do this. So part of capitalism is like. Let's put some of that money into letting kids have some tools to to evaluate the ads. They're seeing yes evaluate what it's doing their self esteem to let them know that that's happening. Guess there's a study that came out recently a friend friend that is over at kaiser. Permanente shared that the largest group of suicide death currently our young girls. I'm going to get the stat slightly wrong. Monocle took ages nineteen to twenty five does that surprise us with social media and the other isolation should isolate anxiety the depression having sex anymore so yeah i was with some friends who are actually women in the legislature who are my friends who were sharing with me that their daughters go to events with all their peers boys and girls alike and they don't actually even really stay at the event they go to the event they take a selfie and then they photoshop the stupid southie post it. It's all that status sure sure sure yeah yeah an eight not healthy no and it breaks my heart yeah bike. My daughters are going to hate my guts. It's just around the corner from just not having no could be when they're forty. They'll thank me on my deathbed. I'm like i love the campaign. Actually we want to do some of the state level. That's around wait two eight being eighth grade. I would even say wait till like eleven or twelve eleven or twelve but which is really about not giving your kids access to the internet aka okay not giving them iphones until they're older because it's the social media's destructive well. Let's start by saying i guarantee you and your husband sit on the couch next to each other staring at your fucking phone so he actually has serious issue with me ever being on the phone and i'm like honey really mad at him like i'm actually taking care of our children. Actually arranging for the dog who has some disease to go to the vet and i'm like i am being the person that takes care of everything you on the other hand are doing your work which is okay. It's important but still but it is funny. We have this little thing about it. I can admit i'm powerless over the stupid. Fucking can four by six thing in my hand. I've made my world four by six. I'm doing that if i don't have control over it and i'm wrestling wrestling control. How on earth is a ten year. Old can control over l. Exactly it's like won't try cocaine that yeah. I couldn't manage it either. I'm sousse shocked. You can either while this with no frontal cortex fucking development it is addictive and actually it's irritating to me and we have worked to do to basically out what all those in technology no which is why they send their kids to schools where and and their children don't have access to all forms of media we have worked to do and part of it comes back to we were talking about earlier which is conscious capitalism like how can we inspire and hold accountable corporate america and businesses across the country to create businesses and products products for kids that aren't addictive that aren't prevalent and hyper sexual. That actually are healthy so that there's a social bottom line. There can be an environmental bottom line there. There can be a mental health bottomline. There's so many other kind of triple bottom line models quadruple bought online models. We we just have to be more creative and we just have to commit to not just be all about the money in there. Obviously is moving some called conscious capitalism some call it inclusive capitalism but i know that that's where we have to go. I think california can do that. I mean we have to wear the home of entertainment entertainment and technology and so we have responsibilities california goes so can go the country yea okay. You chose to go by the first partner explain doing this to me. Please so i partner is just a continuation of my work at the representation project where we are basically unearthing disrupting limiting stereotypes gender under stereotypes than norms first partners gender inclusive and first partners gender expansive so we will have a female governor someday audio cue governor what you wanted to put out into the world because we live in such a rugged individuals to country that partnership is the way forward through partnership we will move forward faster diety and so first partner is really also recognizing that it really takes partnership to be successful and that's really what we're trying trying to embody in capital. I love that explanation because i was like by you. Not wanting to go first lady to me is implied that somehow being lady would not be desirable see. I didn't fill in the blank. No i filled in the blank and i was wrong. I remember but i love that that it's more or less paving the road for someone else did not have to be in the murky territory of what am i dig that that's that's nice okay well. We will continue to promote for free mask you live in. We absolutely love it. We said it so many times that at one point said we can't say for apple episodes. <hes> you know thank you so much. It made an impact well and it's necessarily the right because not enough people have been sort of socialized to go. I don't have to be what cultures telling rolling meet be. I can just be me so so good to meet you so nice to meet. You think you husband so fucking gorgeous when he is on bill maher. I am like what monica as great he's great student. He like works really hard and he's also got tons of talk more about his looks. We already know he's smart and a a good person. Turn the tape and i had all my desire to object to turn all on men. He does have a superpower which is i'll listen to that. Motherfucker talk about anything because he's just so good looking. I'll just a look at them and i'm like yeah. I'll hang out with another. Take yele delivers hack. He delivers but i am way more open. They'll just stare at him talking because because i'm so transfixed by his handsomeness and monica you are too don't even try it his face but great conduit for that that brain actually i think there's a good portion of us that actually like the brain and the heart more than the well the looks. We're killing ourselves in the gym. We don't have to should be at the library super sexy girls. Are you might as well oh so it can anyone anymore but yes point remains into lasting having secret services. The weirdest thing is part of it's it's fun in the beginning. It's strange and you feel a little bit uncomfortable or trapped but then these guys and women are so cool. They just become family as everyone says you really miss. They're gone yeah. Yeah really do get attached. You're gonna watch out. You don't succumb to like my bodyguard thing. I notice is handsome and he's he's very capable and i just wanna call and stop a lot of folks so just have your guard up okay because i could see one in a bedroom. I don't now that's true. That's true. Let's not rule anything out but i think should he tackle you out of the way of something. There might be a moment in slow motion where you're just you glance <unk>. Ojo didn't notice is with that. Beautiful heavier guard up a little bit okay. Here's my little plea. We need more. Women in law. Enforcement can bring the capacity to defuse which is so essential topic. We'll talk about de escalation nation and defusing. It's so crucial on the worst at it. Okay thank you so much pleasure talking to you. Thank you.
"newsom" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"So jennifer. Welcome come to the addict. I don't think we've talked about a documentary more than the masculine and we talk about a lot of documentaries. Do it's brought up alive live. We loved it. Thank you so much. The kind of cool impetus for a scene was we interviewed amy schumer amy schumer and i got into a sticky situation -tuation while we were talking about violence against women. Women are afraid of man. I said men are afraid of men. I was molested. I've been beat up by stepdad's ads. We're all afraid of that. Percentage of men who were violent in gets way worse for women. We both laughed. I was like you know what i'm kind of doing. The all lives matter thing where like she brought up something. I'm like we are to as opposed to just yes. Let's just focus on <hes> so i called her to apologize for that and she's like i really belittled what you went through true and then two days later she takes me you must watch this documentary the mask you live in and promptly did monica and chris and i watched it together and we talk about it nonstop on on here but we're really going to talk about it today about midway through i turned to monica and chris and i'm like what a fucking cliche like once you list. You're the ways to win. Manhood masculinity fighting yup having sex with a lot of people yup over consuming alcohol. Yes make money yes that was the roadmap fan and i just worked as hard as i could to get. All those things accomplished. But how could you not because that's how we're socialized. Yes the earliest of ages and we revere men who have athletic prowess sexual conquest financial dominance right. I'm sort of the embodiment of this hyper masculine norm that keeps being rewarded and the election is a mere reflecting back to us our cultural values and i think for the first some people like oh. Is that what we're telling boys and men to be it'd be really convenient and easy to blame him for example yeah. I mean he's just one. It's all of us but if we back up to one i'm ten years old and i'm going to the movies. I'm watching arnold schwarzenegger. This man can barely speak english and that's how standing in his way he doesn't need to communicate because he's just kicking ass and drop and dudes and everything's fine and you're like god. That seems the easy way to do this so ever. I have to admit you're scared. Don't be vulnerable. Don't talk a bunch. Just get into action and handle it so that's been happening and happening ever. What did you study not at stanford. I wished i studied anthropology. I think i started down that path. I was a human biology major and then became a human biology minor but i ended up with a focus on third world development and conservation conservation policy. It was just this circuitous path then. I went to stanford business school but i think all of my studies experiences have informed my passion. I and why am where i am today. I was always focused on helping women and their families and my work with conservation international and african latin america and then back at business in school drama department was right next door and i sort of was pulled back into humanity and understanding people's motives and that sort of human experience and journey ernie and then down in the industry and i was here for a little while before i met my husband i notice that dearth of women both in front of him behind the camera and that's my i sorta blake. There's something wrong which informed the making a misrepresentation looks at the underrepresentation of women in positions of power and influence in the media's misrepresentation -tations of what it means to be a powerful woman and that led to the representation project to social change organization that i founded which led to the masculine and ryan back the curtain on on it's not just that are girls and women are saying but so too are boys and men in that we have a boy crisis in our country right so was it difficult for you having been appropriately really so focused on the feminine issues to force yourself to be empathetic and sympathetic to what males go through. It's a great question question because we get stuck in who were fighting for often miss the fact that everyone's kind of a victim of some variety. If you have enough compassion even people i fucking hey. I'll see some guy on the street. He's acting like such an asshole. I'll remind myself. That dude wants to be loved by as many people as possible. She's choosing the worst approach possible but his motives motives. I guarantee or the same as mine. He would like it that everyone liked him so hard to see when i'm witnessing shit. I don't like right. I would say the journey journey for me. Was i've always loved men. I was pregnant with a son. At the time that i started researching the masculine. I grew up in a family of five girls so i think on one hand i had a certain socialization growing up always loved men but also was curious as to why men did things that were harmful to themselves or others and and had empathy but really didn't understand the depths of the boy crisis really wanted to unpack that and dot was really the birth of the masculine with miss rap i would be in abu dhabi i would be in singapore be all over the world and people obviously would thank me for making misrepresentation but they kept asking about our boys and men and <music> noting that they were suffering and how can we help them be a part of the larger cultural equity solution. People were basically asking you okay look at the other side to for us. You know what's funny. Those are all just point this out despite being the mother of two sons and two girls when the mask live in premier people actually didn't want to hear from me as a female filmmaker or the mother of sons and they really wanted to hear from men. Oh interesting which is fascinating records normal film comes out you want to talk to the filmmaker and there was a little of that what i loved was. I felt like the foam was able to uplift. All these incredible male masculinity knees experts who maybe haven't gotten a lot of playing time and attention because they're minorities in in this world of hyper masculinity. You know they're trying to say that. Men don't have to be that way. What was the coach's name i found him to be. I'm just thinking joe is a perfect example. I found him to be the most compelling because i'm always suspicious of people's messages right out of the gates. That's just my nature. You're telling me some position you have avenue. I'm naturally thinking why do you have this position. What your agenda. What alterior motive might you have. There was something about that man for me. I was like this isn't isn't a guy who felt left out by all the other boys. It's not like he has an axe to grind against toxic masculinity because he was picked on or something. That's that's not him. I'm like no this person's going to be very objective about this. Yeah we've looked into getting him. Actually he's so wise you have to have him on the show because he's just most beautiful human being and he speaks with such knowledge and sways so many people he and ashanti branch who did the masculine live in exercising the school in east oakland young boys unmasking they are sort of the protagonist or the stars of which was really beautiful but i still thought gosh we still don't get women's intuition or power as smothers to share the observation of raising socializing boys into men. I go back to that thing that i just was like. I i shouldn't be surprised by because the way we sort of devalue women in the feminine or larger culture but it was interesting to me that no now boys and men they had to hear it from a man wouldn't hear it from a woman right which is just fascinating. I can tell you anecdotally part of that for me is men they've been raised by women forever until recently are people co-parenting in any significant way you saw dad. Maybe for five minutes in the morning. I mean you saw him when he was pissed off at night and that was that so the mom represents almost the singular source of criticism <hes> rules everything like they're tasked with so much. I'm very sympathetic to my mom. Single mother raised three of us. It's fucking hard job so hard other. If you're a man you're like a weight now. Mom's gonna tell me what it's like to be me. You know i'm good so i can relate to it. I i didn't mind at all because again. I digged up my mom's about us but i see the validity and why some people might have been like well. Let me it's also just mirror neurons like if it's a man in front of a man a and they're like that something i relate to you. Don't really get it because you're not me but he's me yeah. There's a limit to empathy almost like yeah. You look like me understand me or the same tis the little bit the problem. We have in our country right now right yes well. It's so dense. It's so complicated. There isn't a black and the white anything about it. Which is why interests me so much so let's walk through some things actually before we do what did mom do. My mom was a stewardess. Artis was an interior designer. She started the children's discovery museum in the bay area and like tech at home at school but my dad did not want her to work outside the at home. He didn't raise us five girls. He was an investment bankers. Yeah investment wealth manager and tried to retire a few times. My mom sent him right back to work sure sure did anyone know but she really was the boss and i lost. My older sister was eight. I was a few days before my seventh birthday accident. I was part of it has been knows. I have a anxiety yeah sure and of course my seven. Your host son is wild braves doing dangerous things because he's just very physical very confident and very but yeah you follow chelsea handler alert on. I love her. Her brother died when she was ten and she adored him and it's easy to think of what it does to you but it impacts your parents so you have kids. I have kids. I mean literally. I can't imagine continuing on if either of my daughters died yeah. I'm right there with you but mom and dad stayed married. It's very rare very painful for them. Little nordic thread denial repression have more kids a little of that a little bit like we don't need therapy right which is why i think i started dowling back into sort of the arts and humanity 'cause i was like well. I need therapy. This isn't going away. This is not not going away. Yeah yeah you have survivor's guilt and the additional sense. I have survivor's guilt and i think it was just a few years ago where my mom and i were in montana where my parents right now i think i'd had my third or fourth child and i got sort of choked up with her mom. I i'm so sorry <hes> and she was like i'm so sorry she took responsibility but shutdown i took responsibility and and it was like we kind of both took responsibility now that the other one was in pain and suffering <hes> brutal yeah codependency was born uh-huh yeah. You're so right if on my watch my four year old loss her older sister the amount of guilt i would take on about not only did i just experience loss but now somehow i failed her but she can talk a little bit about it now. She's really strong. Did she have aspirations that she regretted not pursuing and she she told you girls. You're not doing this what i did. My mom always raised me to be a leader. Her father was in the air force and they lived all over the world growing up he was also the the mayor in a small town in montana one point so i think she's always sort of like loved that and been excited about that. I am by marriage and also through just just my own sort of advocacy in that world. I also think she was conflicted. Torn because the being the generation where you stayed home and you raise your kids so there's been a push poll and and i definitely felt judged at times sure i'm but i've also felt supported. It's not been without the hurdles and paint points so my mother's hardcore feminists communists. I also see where that was a huge burden on my sister because my mom accomplished all this stuff in spite of being in a very misogynistic assange stick world with a very misogynistic dad who is still great loved him or grandpa and then my dad who is like no. You're gonna hang at home and i'm going to go sell cars. She did all this in spite of all that. So now i think my mom subconsciously it was like okay you now better become president which is so unfair for any child to inherit hera their parents aspirations is just a little bit tricky yeah right definitely well. I just releasing tonight our documentary the great american live and i think a lot of us are kind of unearthing. This sort of comprehension that money and power isn't everything at the end of the day. It's about relationship. It's about love. It's about empathy. It's about the should that's free. It's frustrating thought i'm hoping that we can all be a part of this larger movement to kind of come back together rather and find our common humanity and recognize that we have so much more in common and then it's not all this materialistic stuff yes. Let's start at the beginning the first thing out of the gates in the mask you live live in that both monica and i were like wow we would not have guessed that in that doesn't sound right is the gave a psychological evaluation to ten thousand girls and boys and come to find out that the psychological profile is like ninety percent overlapping right that there's only really ten percent difference between men and women and it's it's like five percent on either shoulder of this bell curve that right there. It was like oh my god. Is that even possible because i am a big defender of like no boys like what they like girls like can you guys can try. All you want. Put some fucking girls in a room and some boys and put trucks and dolls is going to happen from the get. I've always been kind of that sarah opinion and and then you walk us through okay..
"newsom" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard
"A hey wallin new welcome welcome welcome expert as you squint your eyes we we are <hes> or in a pagoda with this pagoda overlooking lake michigan and i feel like warren hawaii as like we're in heaven and i'm getting a lot of those hawaiian tongs in my head at the beach last night. We got a little of that hunt well. No no no well. It's very similar is bad. We were actually listening. There was some matthews absolutely there is some way all in but there were a few hawaiian songs sound like bowling today. Today we have jennifer new some in the reason that we have her. Primarily is because we talk incessantly about the documentary. The mask live in a talks about male gender roles masculinity in windy feminine in the c._n._n. Any ah yeah she made that documentary that's right. She made that documentary she also has a new documentary called the great american lie. She has dedicated her life to really try to make this place a lot better. She's also fun fact married to a california governor gavin newsom who i find to be one of the most handsome guys out on the political circus really attracted to him. I'm very very attracted him. He's got a real kennedy vibe. That's neither here nor there. Jennifer newsom is a great hang..
"newsom" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Newsom is. Yeah. Unfortunately, we all know who Gavin Newsom is the new governor of California he has just proposed a tax on drinking water. And of course, like the left these do there was give it nice names. My is downing a gallon of water dry before giving gets the tax and this is safe and affordable drinking water fund. They're going to tax everyone. So that the disadvantaged communities who can't afford that what will have bought for them. Redistribution of wealth. Karl Marx had no idea. Did he that one day? The governor of California would be doing it with drinking water and credible. Let's go to my friend Maria Bartiromo, one of the best journalists out there and in the financial business. Absolutely top draw Maria had a very very interesting interview on Sunday morning with none other than congressman Jim Himes who was endorsed by the communist party of America in two thousand and eight and we have a delightful audio given all the things we've talked about for the last two hours cut one any ask you something conscious because I've got these this report here that you and your colleagues have said that you have hard evidence of collusion between the president and the Russians are you going to tell us what that hard evidence is. What report is that? I've I've not seen that report. And I don't believe that. We do have hard evidence of collusion. I'm not sure what it is. You're referring to out is in trouble. Democrat congressman says no evidence of collusion who do not want to be him right now. I guess that prepping us for that anti-climactic Molo report as we have been told what about immigration I want to quote, my former colleague, and friend. This is the question of the day as well. Stephen Miller with certain Abilio, Jim Acosta, it was a press conference that will go down in the history books on how to deal with a journalist who's not a journalist. He asked a very trenchant question to Abilio Jim Acosta, Jim, I appreciate your speech. So let's talk about this reminds you talk about this in one thousand nine hundred seventy when we let in three hundred thousand people a year with violating violating the statue of liberty law of the land in one thousand nine hundred ninety s when it was happening in the year was violating or not violating the statue of liberty law. Law of the land. Tell me what year is tell me. What years tell me? What years were me? Tell me. What years? Meet Jim definition of the statue of liberty home law. Poor Jim pull, Jim. There are some rules from the Princess bride. Don't get involved in a land war in Asia. I'll give you a new rule. Don't have a live debate on television on immigration with Stephen Miller. Because you will lose we've got friends already on America. First, and Victor is one of our new friends here on the Salem radio network Victor line for you that yes, I am, sir. And speaking of star ships, I met gene Roddenberry to Star Trek conventions, nineteen seventy six and seventy seven I sent him a couple of tapes. And he sent me back a couple of tapes, which I still have it. It is not nice to make your radio show host jealous with the opening statement of your call Victor non-ferrous tab. He kept his promise to me. He did put a blind character in the next generation Jordi Lefort. Are you serious serious zoo? Austin to do that we'd get Jordi LA forge. Yes that is. Epic poem. What's what's going on in the blind community? How we were being discriminated against putting being put in sheltered workshops in the like, and I said people are capable of working and stuff like that. And I sent him a tape and explain it to him. And he said, well, we'll see if we can get a blind character in you made my day, you made my engineers, they you've made all Trekkies across America. Now, we know who to thank for that great character from the next generation. It's still have the tape. I played it for my fiancee. She couldn't believe it. That's epic. We might have to play that tape on this radio show. So don't go away Victor on immigration. You have a take share it with America. First. We've got to have some kind of quota system to keep the so-called riff raff out. We gotta have skilled people coming in people who are not going to be dependent on the government the minute. They come here or not going to have children immediately when they crossed the border. We got to we've got to get this under control. We really and truly do. You mean, we can't just letting anybody know we cannot why you're such a victim. Really? How can you be? So hateful. Well, coming from you. I'll take it as a compliment. I'm just being provocative devils. And I know I know but seriously I do have that tape. Okay. Listen if you can find that tape and if it's good enough quality. I think America needs to hear that tape. So stay on the line talk to Mr. g my produce. That don't forget. I'm Dr g he's missed a g we're going to have that differentiation. And then we will try because that's that's history, gene Roddenberry with you the audios exchange. That's just superb stuff so much to talk about in such little time. Still have some calls when to try and get to your calls, but I have to remind you this is America. First on the Salem radio network from the relief factor dot com studios right now. I am watching. It is working the technology is working if you're got to set Gorka dot com, and I want to know do we have the emails. Do we have the first person who said correctly? What it is. I changed behind me on the video live streaming on my little shelf of. Saifi in Cold War relics because you two will get a free signed copy of my new book why we fight defeating America's enemies with no apologies. Go to Gawker dot com. Live streaming the video of the show every day. We're going to have some special guests this week. You'll see them to in the studio. Also audio live streaming and then off the off the show ends we repeat twenty.
"newsom" Discussed on Opinion Central
"Makes me feel very confident that in some of these very close districts Republican districts Republicans are real real trouble. Final question if I could Mr. Newsom, it seems like by virtue when you're California governor the natural next step when you setting Mr. Newsom, I knew coming here. John what do they think about the the presidency? I mean Reagan became president Jerry Brown ran there was actually times when even Pete Wilson Gray Davis for thinking about becoming president. That's are you ready to say unequivocally that you will not look into the cabbie on look into the camera that you are not going. To run either as president or vice president twenty twenty I'm not in no interest in it. I really don't have plenty of California aspirins that are out there. Already organizing many that were very familiar with your on the northern part of the state. But also this other part not in my cards. Not my focus, and I'll tell you why nothing distinguished Brown one and two versus Brown three and four in the third and fourth terms, then this he was focused on the state twenty four seven not focused on his next move. Which was not the case in those first two terms, I like the last ration- Jerry Brown, and I think substantively that was because of his commitment to this state that was demonstrable every day of the year, not just during session and. That's the spirit. That's my comment. That's my statement. Those are the facts. So we now have the digital file if anything changes between now and the twenty twenty primaries, I promise you. Gavin newsom. Thank you, so much always a pleasure to coast back to when you first ran for supervisor before the grey hairs as same here. I don't know which of us 'cause more gray hair on either. Anyway, thank you for watching this edition of Penn central. I'm John is that it will pay tenetur for the chronicle. Thanks for watching..
"newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
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"newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"L in their history it just connected mendosa but it connected with just there's a sense of intensity and passion for their story in their perseverance their faith their loved their devotion to each other and their 'cause that just inspired me and inspires the why and should inspire anyone because we have a marqaba capacity in life if we have the courage to express ourselves i'm talking to you rule the alright of this man yeah pres is your world replenish the whole thing ever ins it's now we don't have to be pollyannish about this but the capacity of the whole village village pollyanna as a good point so people but no it's just when i talk about that not dia rettig dialectic it's yes for shen between people in positions of power in those outside in its that pressure we put on people in political office that is the change people in political office they don't change merit you talk about the democratic party ago who were my biggest critic won the damn republican party it was democrats that were criticizing me outraged offended i got kicked off his supposed to speak at the convention in boston they said see you later told me not even to come to boston i started doing samesex marriages and it took it wasn't in two thousand five and six one like they were running cavalry i mean no one was supporting all lost our way in a sense as the party lines and that's a big problem in this video by the way they didn't support it because of power they're worried about their power about their election right that's why people don't do this because they know that they know that yes you believe some say some don't be an ideologue be open argument but if you believe some stand up and do something and that's that i think ultimately is the way we get folks reengaged yeah we got more with gas lieutenant governor gavin newsom in a minute now i just said gavin newsom that's the correct wake my brain does this year i wanna say newson tommy newson from the tonight show then yeah new saggy go you want to get a newson that's right this gavin newsom maga yes he's running for governor when sung in new year you love that sir yeah we're going to win this.
"newsom" Discussed on RuPaul: What's The Tee? with Michelle Visage
"Hey michelle we've got a special guest here gavin newsom is the lieutenant governor of california running for governor again why are you in politics why do you want to do that what do that i mean it's easy job i know but i'm sorry strive democrat you forget about him because he was the kennedy sarge gaba sorry i am i know i know you rider but remember sars strivers on who you know was never held elected office yeah probably had more impact on the twentieth century than anyone who has ever in elected office started the peace corps legal aid to the poor head start he was the one that led the war on poverty and sixty four to sixty eight and we actually pulled one out of three people add up already and of course he and his wife founded the special olympics in that sense of idealism in the sixties yeah of standing up for ideals striking out against injustice is why now what is it okay now obviously sarge shriver in the kennedys or very wealthy people what is it that made wealthy people they don't do that anymore these days so much decide to be of public service like that because there was no bility in public service it was about recognizing there's no leak on your side of our boat right we rise and fall together you can't live good life aristotle said in an unjust society and i think people recognize the commonwealth they recognized are fundamental sort of interdependence you know in that sloshed in our politics today it's sort of a scarcity framework there was a framework of abundance back then yeah that and now it's i got mine yeah because people are fearful and they're just holding onto their patch their piece of the pie and that's our politics polarization in it's obviously hyper acute now more than ever and more than enough i mean i think that everybody has the reason to be afraid right now specially in the climate that we're in it's frightening ned had you being a longtime advocate availed ubt q i plus community.