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"newsome" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"newsome" Discussed on Black History Year

"Strings. Anybody who gives us funding knows that we're going to be us and it ain't a damn thing you could tell us about it. We are going to be black warriors on the front lines acting and behaving as such, if you want to help us find no one will pick up a phone call and say, pick up a phone and say shivana, which is my sister, I call film and say siobhan. You guys can't say that. Get out of here. You know? Don't work like that over here. But not everybody has that luxury. So for folks that are listening to this episode, down with what you're talking about in terms of the community building community serving aspect of it. How can they help spread these programs to their communities? If it doesn't already exist in their communities. People want to work with us. I really appreciate it. We're offering is information and we're giving you just ways to help yourself. So we're gearing up right now. And beginning in May is when we'll be putting a lot of this information out on our website. And you calm you, sign up to receive the information. I'd encourage people to buy one of the sweatsuits or you know what I mean by a T-shirt 'cause that's how we support ourselves. That's how we feed people in our communities. But come out and rock with us, but I'm telling you if you come in to my pay be prepared to fight because there's some intense things happening in folks confronting a lot of things and it is super duper duper pro black. You know? You got a lot of foundational black Americans. You got a lot of brothers and sisters from across the world on there and they are unapologetic in terms of this broad question can voting be a tool for collective mobilization or there are other strategies. I think that throughout this conversation, you've shared a number of community strategies and solutions. I'm interested just broadly and how you see voting as playing a part or no part in a liberation strategy. Every community has understood have understood the importance of funding, financing, and voting for a candidate, but at the end of the day, they get that candidate on the phone. And they say, hey, we got a problem. You need to get down here and do something about it. We're taking our resources away from you. Black people have not done that. Part of the reason is because we are not unified. Perfect example of this is our former governor, New York, Andrew Cuomo. Andrew Cuomo held weekly meetings with Jewish community leaders. And when it was a time for him to meet with black people, he'd send one of his assistants to have that conversation. Zero respect. They had no respect for us. So if you are not going to force these politicians to pay attention to your needs, then you might as well just stay home. You might as well not vote, right? And if you're going to follow up and make sure they do what they need to do, then that's how you make sure you're taking care of. And if you say something like we said, I ain't voting until Black Lives Matter. That means either you commit to our agenda or we are not voting for you. And that's super important as a power play right there, because without us to Democrats, cease to exist, Republicans don't need our vote, right? The Democrats do Republicans don't care about our issues because they don't have to. Democrats have to appear as though they care about us. So our best shot is with that particular party until we opt to create our own party. The final thoughts in terms of accountability and holding officials accountable. I think it's clear that folks with money can at the very least have a different type of conversation with someone in their office. But for the average person that you're speaking to on a daily basis and just person that's listening to this podcast right now that may not be able to do that is likely not able to do that. In what ways can we either individually or collectively apply the pressure needed to hold officials accountable in different ways? In order to hold these elected officials accountable, we have to organize. I wasn't mentored by some politician. I didn't kiss behind at this organization. No, I built in the streets, right? And that came from organize it from doing some stuff that you might think is uncool like standing on a corner, handing out flyers, inviting people to a meeting. Instead of going out and saying, hey, I want to organize, right? I want to mobilize. Go, get your Friends together. Get some money, go to a Sam's Club or Costco. Get your little bit of groceries, right? And stay on the corner. And if you've got food, people will come to you before they get their food. You give them a fly, explaining to them what the issues are, right? You get their phone number, their email, their social media handles on a list. You invite people into the fight. And just like that, we're at the end of this episode with a black history year. This podcast is produced by push black. The nation's largest nonprofit media group for black folks. That pushed black, we agree with Marcus garvey when he said a people without knowledge of their past history origin and culture is like a tree without roots. And I'm guessing you probably feel that's important too. I mean, you're here at the end of a podcast about black history. You matter. Your choice to be here matters. It also lets us know that you value our work. Push black exist because we saw we have to take matters into our own hands. And you make push black happen with your contributions at black history year dot com. Most people do 5 or ten bucks a month, but really everything makes a difference. I appreciate you supporting the work. The black history year production team includes Tarek alani, Leslie Taylor Grover, Brooke Brown, abani Jones, Zayn Murdoch, and Tasha Taylor, producing the podcast we have Marcel Hutchins and Sydney Smith, who also edits the show. Joanna Samuels is our audio engineer and black history year's executive producer is Julian walker..

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"newsome" Discussed on Black History Year

Black History Year

07:37 min | 2 months ago

"newsome" Discussed on Black History Year

"Of the advancements for our people came by way of legislature. And the year after I graduated from law school, I was running for office. I was running for city council, but by that time I was radicalized. And I was speaking like a Black Panther more so than I was speaking like a politician. People didn't vote for me. They voted for the person who gave them free turkeys and left them to suffer. You know what I mean? So it was a journey that changed my life forever was December 3rd. I think it was 20 14. Yes, the cemetery 2014. It was I would never forget I was hanging out with a friend and I told her, yo, they let this cop go. They kill Eric Garner. I'm taking to the streets. And I tell you, I march for 30 days straight. We would just shutting down traffic shutting down New York City for 30 days straight. That was followed by a Marshall Washington D.C. and I've been in these streets ever since. You know, I graduated from law school. I never practiced law damn my life. I took the bar exam a couple of times early, but it's just not who I'm supposed to be right now. I'm supposed to be out here fighting for liberation of black people. And not sitting in some office practice a lot. With your training in that area. And what ways do you use that in the work that you do, despite not officially practicing law in office? The funny thing is having a law degree gives me the ability to know what I am talking about when I'm making demands on legislation when I make a demands on these police officers to have them charge appropriately a great story is schizophrenic 66 black woman who was shot to death in her house. Four out of the 5 officers in that apartment said that they would not have shot this woman in this one sergeant shoe Barry shot her. The Bronx district attorney refused to fight, well, first we went to the attorney general's office because we knew through legislation the attorney general's office had the ability to prosecute this car. The attorney general didn't want to fumble this and lose the black vote. So he punted it to the broth district attorney. We stood outside in front of her office for three months in the winter in New York. We're talking about 8, 9, some days it was below zero, but we sat there and we said the same things. We want him charged with murder. We want him to charge with manslaughter and really read the elements of the law. And after we pressured them, they indicted this cop and that the press conference, the prosecutor used the same language that I was using outside in front of that courthouse in front of the office. My ability to argue allows me to demolish white supremacists and their logic and my knowledge of the law gives me an insight into how to properly make demands on this system when we were fighting for things. Hitting the World Trade Center. All we saw was that one explosion. Hi, I'm John meacham. Join me in C 13 originals for our new podcast. Reflections of history as we look back on key moments from our past and reflect on a new piece of history each day of the week, Monday through Friday. Each episode guides listeners on a historical journey to an event on its anniversary, offering a glimpse into the past and a guide for the present. We will reflect on impactful moments. Listen with me, John meacham, to reflections of history, a podcast creation of shining city audio, a C 13 originals, and John meacham studio. Available for free now wherever you listen to your podcasts. Currently, what type of demands are you in the organization to make? There is one piece of legislation that we are dead set on. Just to preface this and the last 6 years, we passed 7 pieces of legislation. Well, right? Yeah, and that's us directly. And we don't lobby, we don't go up to Albany, our state's capital and bank people to do the right thing. We play a pressure game. We negotiate with these politicians and lawmakers and we get our things fast. The thing that we're really focused on now is called the blue wall Bill. Many of you are familiar with the blue wall of silence. It's like the police's no snitch code. They don't tell on each other. They don't arrest each other. Police officers and law enforcement in general are more efficient than the mafia or than any street drive, you will find they do not snitch on each other. And when they do snitch on each other, they are punished, right? So we're proposing as a piece of legislation that says, if you lie on a report, if you falsify this government document, you will be facing a felony. That means if the officers who are around when George Floyd was choked to death, falsified the police report and said, George Floyd was doing some obviously was not doing. They'd be looking at another charge, which is that felony that we're proposing. That's something that is really important to us. We have a whole list of legislative agenda. But I'll be perfectly honest with you. We are more focused on right now going into our communities and teaching our people with this oppression is teaching our people how to eat, teaching them how to meditate and do yoga, teaching them about financial literacy. So we've been very much top down, you know? And we did a little bit of the old boots on the groundwork, but we're switching that dynamic to where we're focusing most of our attention on being in the community and helping our people. We think that that's the most effective way to get liberation for our people. Let's dig more into that. It seems that you're describing a transition in terms of focusing on the needs of the community more so than legislative aspects. Talk more about what that looks like on an ongoing basis to engage in community. And what are the outcomes that you are hoping to see from those efforts in the community? Well, the name of our new organization, which was founded a month after the death of George Floyd, is black opportunities. AKA the black ops with black ops, our team can build a national organization that is real authentic and true to our people. We look at the violence that is plaguing our community. And we understand that the true cause of crime is poverty that the police in the government are not going to stop the violence in our community. So the late situations and we're encouraging people to walk through their communities and spread love to the young boys, you know what I'm saying to.

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California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 5 months ago

California governor denies RFK assassin Sirhan Sirhan parole

"The the man man who who assassinated assassinated Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy has has been been once once again again denied denied parole parole calling calling the the slaying slaying one one of of the the most most notorious notorious crimes crimes in in American American history history California California governor governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom rejected rejected a a recommendation recommendation from from parole parole commissioners commissioners to to release release her her hand hand Sir Sir him him the the man man who who shot shot and and killed killed senator senator Robert Robert F. F. Kennedy Kennedy in in nineteen nineteen sixty sixty eight eight five five others others were were wounded wounded during during the the shooting shooting at at the the ambassador ambassador hotel hotel in in Los Los Angeles Angeles which which took took place place moments moments after after Kennedy Kennedy claimed claimed victory victory in in California's California's democratic democratic presidential presidential primary primary in in his his decision decision Newsome Newsome said said Sir Sir hand hand now now seventy seventy seven seven still still lacks lacks insight insight regarding regarding his his crime crime and and poses poses a a threat threat to to public public safety safety during during his his parole parole hearing hearing Sir Sir has has stopped stopped short short of of taking taking full full responsibility responsibility for for a a shooting shooting he he said said he he doesn't doesn't recall recall because because he he was was drunk drunk Kennedy's Kennedy's widow widow and and six six of of his his children children hailed hailed Newsom's Newsom's decision decision well well two two of of Kennedy Kennedy son son supports supports our our hands hands release release the the defense defense attorney attorney says says she she will will ask ask a a judge judge to to overturn overturn the the denial denial saying saying the the parole parole process process has has become become politicized politicized and and the the new new Senate Senate nor nor California California law law I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer came came

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So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 8 months ago

So Bill De Blasio Is Offering Clown Services Now?

"Hawk newsome has been going out with Eric Adams who is going to be taking over for mayor the ball Zio in New York The ball zo is an idiot I'm really sorry Some people are like it's just true The ball is a communist and communism is for more of us So he wants to start instituting as he implied the other day A vaccine passport for 5 to 11 year olds So people don't want more of the ball He couldn't run He was term limit again But Eric Adams would be coming in So jib was looking around He was doing some homework for this segment I asked him and he was he had put in a search engine the balls he and stunningly the balls he was offering like clown services amazing I did not know this in addition to being a he's apparently a capitalist selling clown services for kids parties I did not know this about the ball zo But Jim found this the other day online This is just crazy I don't know if I would book this but I'll put it out there We'll give him a free promo Check this out Hey kids today we have a really special guest It's da the clown Hey kids Good to see you My name's daval zo You know what we're gonna do for fun today We're gonna stick a needle in your arm with an experimental vaccine We've got one for everyone Wow I don't know if I booked that clown The balls you know I mean for a communist these certainly at the capitalism selling his clouts It's a joke It's a Tom kercher The fact checker had politis It's a joke It's a joke Is that subject to a fact check There's fact checked and budget There is in fact no de ballsy or the clown Injecting kids at child's brother It's a joke

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LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:45 sec | 10 months ago

LAPD, Firefighters Sue Over Los Angeles' Vaccine Mandate

"So turns out the los angeles fire department is got some tough guy johnson who would know. Tell us. Yeah and it's not just them the la fire department and the lapd have all gotten together. In fact i had a few of the officers from the lapd who are involved in this group that are suing over the vaccine mandate it turns out that in california governor newsome's desire to get everyone who works for the state vaccinated is not going over very well with the first responders who served us during the pandemic and this includes frontline workers who worked at hospitals. Nurses are leaving their jobs. The fire department l. a. fire. Lapd la sheriff's department california highway patrol. They are all organizing to push back against the

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California Governor Gavin Newsom Recall Victory Reveals How Voters See the Issues

All In with Chris Hayes

01:34 min | 10 months ago

California Governor Gavin Newsom Recall Victory Reveals How Voters See the Issues

"The dirty little secret about the effort to recall california. Democratic governor gavin. Newsom is that it started before any of the putative reasons. They said they were doing at least later right. The recall effort got underway in february twenty twenty before kovin had taken hold in california. The petition reads people in the state central about highest taxes in the nation the highest homelessness rates the lowest quality of life as a result continuing he has imposed sanctuary states satis fails to enforce immigration laws he unilaterally overrule the will of the people regarding the death penalty he seeks to impose additional burdens on rationing our water use increasing taxes and restricting parental rights. Well that's not really a platform for her mainstream california voter once got going. However the people pushing recall shifted they wanted then be a referendum on covert policy arguing. The lockdowns for too strict kid should have been back in schools person and it was newsome's fault they weren't and of course there. Were infamously the pictures of governor newson back in november last year. Unmasked at a fancy restaurant with lobbyist. Evidently ignoring his own lock down protocols which was exceedingly bad luck. So republicans across the country saw this as a winning issue and while i agree the issue of corona virus and restrictions and how to best battle. It is top of mind right now with this recall. Election shows us the state of california. And it's voters are actually in favor of the state's kobe. Policies and republicans are on the wrong side of it.

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California Governor Newsom Defeats Republican Recall Effort

It's All Political

01:56 min | 10 months ago

California Governor Newsom Defeats Republican Recall Effort

"By a landslide or close to it. The former san francisco mayor fought off an effort to oust him from office to begin with frustration over his handling of the pandemic had the california recall been successful. It's likely the next governor of this deep blue state would be conservative. radio host larry elder. He was leading big among the replacement candidates. So what's next for california under gavin newsom. Does he now have the wind at his back. My guests are job. Era fully hosted. The it's all political podcast as well as alexi kossuth and destined gardner the chronicle sacramento correspondents. Thanks for joining me. That was not exactly a nail biter of an election night. Earliest election night. Ever i believe in my in my history here so what happened. I mean where you guys expecting this. We we started watching the results role in just after eight. Pm and immediately a big big deficit for recall supporters alexi. Yeah we knew coming into it that it was likely that newson would go up big early for weeks. Now we've been tracking the returns of the early ballots and it was clear that democrats were returning their ballots in large numbers. They were really heeding the call of newsom to get involved in defeat this thing and avoid handing stay over to republican control but it was still rather surprising how large of a margin newsome had early on At one point more than seventy percent and it's just an impossible kind of margin to overcome in a state where republicans now only make up a quarter of the electorate so it became very clear very quickly that this recall was going down in

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Gavin Newsom Holds on to His Job as California's Governor

The World and Everything In It

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Gavin Newsom Holds on to His Job as California's Governor

"California governor gavin newsom will serve out the rest of his term or so it would seem as of midnight eastern with about two thirds of the votes counted. He appeared to have easily survived. Tuesday's recall election with sixty seven percent of voters saying no to removing newsom from office. The democratic governor already sounded optimistic. Just a few hours before the polls closed last night. Democrats frankly taking This a little bit. You know lightly because they didn't believe it number one or thought it didn't pose a threat number two but i think You've seen in the early voting Democrats of Becoming out strong. And i'm humbled by that grateful for that. If the recall had succeeded conservative talk radio. Host larry elder was the top choice of newsome's opponents when answering the ballot question. If governor newsom is removed who should take his place elder held a thirty point lead over all other candidates as of midnight. Newsom took office in january of two thousand nineteen. He's slated to serve another sixteen months in office

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California Recall Fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays in Office

The World and Everything In It

01:03 min | 10 months ago

California Recall Fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom Stays in Office

"California governor gavin newsom will serve out the rest of his term or so it would seem as of midnight eastern with about two thirds of the votes counted. He appeared to have easily survived. Tuesday's recall election with sixty seven percent of voters saying no to removing newsom from office. The democratic governor already sounded optimistic. Just a few hours before the polls closed last night. Democrats frankly taking This a little bit. You know lightly because they didn't believe it number one or thought it didn't pose a threat number two but i think You've seen in the early voting Democrats of Becoming out strong. And i'm humbled by that grateful for that. If the recall had succeeded conservative talk radio. Host larry elder was the top choice of newsome's opponents when answering the ballot question. If governor newsom is removed who should take his place elder held a thirty point lead over all other candidates as of midnight. Newsom took office in january of two thousand nineteen. He's slated to serve another sixteen months in office

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California recall fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom stays in office

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

California recall fails; Gov. Gavin Newsom stays in office

"California governor Gavin Newsom is defeated a recall effort aimed at kicking him out of office we said yes to science we said yes to vaccines we said yes to ending this pandemic Democrat Gavin Newsom becomes only the second governor in U. S. history to survive a recall vote and he's thanking voters who endorsed his policies yes the diversity we said yes to inclusion we said yes to pluralism Newsome warns against efforts in his state and nationally to undermine democracy including claims that this election was rigged Makhosi is not a football you don't throw it around Republicans had hoped frustrations over pandemic restrictions would drive voters away from Democrats but as Larry elder emerged as a GOP frontrunner it changed the dynamic of the race helping do some online Jackie Quinn

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Voters Cast Early Ballots in California Recall Election

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 10 months ago

Voters Cast Early Ballots in California Recall Election

"The recall race in California all comes down to today's voting with democratic governor Gavin Newsom going up against forty six challengers last night president Joe Biden campaigned with Newsom keep Gavin is governor the rest of America is counted you know some leads in polling but he's taking nothing for granted asking supporters to come out and vote for him you understand what's at stake is leading opponent is Republican conservative radio host Larry elder you shut down this state to the point where we've only recovered half of our jobs P. pandemic as opposed to two thirds national average if more than fifty percent of voters recall Newsome the opponent with the most votes becomes the next governor within the next twenty eight days I'm Julie Walker

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Rose McGowan Accused Gov. Newsom's Wife of Trying to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

5 Things

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Rose McGowan Accused Gov. Newsom's Wife of Trying to Silence Her About Harvey Weinstein

"Recall election day in california. Voters are deciding whether democratic governor gavin newsom should be recalled and if so who should replace him conservative talk show host. Larry elder remains the favorite in the opponents field but recent polling shows that new some will probably remain in office. The election grew out of frustrations with newsome's pandemic orders that closed schools and businesses. For months and elders camp has recently been trying to distract from on field politics. He was joined by activist and former actress. Rose mcgowan on sunday. She was one of the earliest women to accuse. Producer harvey weinstein of sexual misconduct. And she now says that newsome's wife jennifer siebel. Newsom tried to convince her in twenty seventeen not to go public with allegations zoos about me projects and nationalize when she says invoice shoulder to make you happy so i sent my other contact and on behalf of attorney voice who's harvey weinstein's lawyer and call rose mcgowan and said what can we do to make you all way. What can we do to make this. Happy all to be talking between now and the end of my campaign. Newsom is denying that calling them part of a politically driven hit piece. So i guess. They are doing a last-minute minute classic piece a she's a big promoter of larry elder. Apparently rose is identifying with him over us and is been making some pretty outrageous and absolutely Foundation this accusations against my wife and that just shows you how low Things go in campaigns these days.

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Biden Campaigns in California for Governor Gavin Newsom

NPR News Now

00:07 sec | 10 months ago

Biden Campaigns in California for Governor Gavin Newsom

"President biden campaign with california governor gavin. Newsom last night newsome is facing recall. Election that republicans claim is already rigged

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Biden Comes to California To Help Newsom Fight Off Recall

AP News Radio

00:58 sec | 10 months ago

Biden Comes to California To Help Newsom Fight Off Recall

"President Joe Biden provides last day campaign help for California governor Gavin Newsom facing a recall election on Tuesday some eight million people have already voted in the effort to recall California democratic governor Gavin Newsom wanna support giving you some and I don't know I was happy to find elder Newsome has to get fifty percent this one no votes to block the recall if we don't turn out and vote no Larry elder is the next governor of the state of California those voting yes to recall Newsome then select one of nearly four dozen names on the ballot and elder a conservative radio host is leading in the polls of those warning to house Newsome so please vote to recall this man vote yes on the recall should newsroom not overcome the recall than the top vote getter in the huge field of candidates would become governor many elections experts say that person could win with fewer than twenty five percent of the votes hi Jim acquire

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"newsome" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:26 min | 10 months ago

"newsome" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Newsome was in big trouble in the early polling, but now the polling shows that he has a double digit lead. This after the Democratic Party poured over $78 million into T V ads, 2 to 1 versus the pro recall efforts. The vice president's been out there. The president will be out there today campaigning, they're throwing everything they've got into keeping Newsom in place. Well, I don't know that the vice president helps any at all. I mean, no one's talking about her. She's just been hidden away in the things that she has been, or was supposed to be front and center on. She hasn't so I don't know that she has any impact. I'm not sure Biden has any impact. Um, but it is interesting to see that there was a huge gap, especially when it came with Latin Hispanic voters. They were not impressed with Newsome and I don't know if this if this new polling Um If it's accurate, and things have changed with that, or what, but I can't help but I've been kind of laughing with the conversations between him and Pelosi. You know, they've got a relationship outside of just politics, and it just makes me laugh the conversations and she's just like Gavin. How did you get us in this situation of work so many years and you just had an easy road and here we are. How do you mess this up? It should be an easy road. Yes, it should. Could be But the homeless crisis comes up over and over again in the public as a reason why so many people are ready to kick him out of office. The homeless issue. And you're not seeing a lot of focus on that. But I get it. I can understand it. Look what happened here. Yeah, well, we We went to new some to get advice. So of course, that's what happened here. That's right. Mayor Adler went out there and took notes. Here are the numbers call or text with your thoughts? 51283605 90. Dr Fauci is weighing in on Whether you should be fully vaccinated before he thinks you can get on a commercial airline flight. We'll get to that much more. Coming up. Good morning. 10, 11, Mark and Melinda on K. L. B. J. Mark and Melinda on news. Radio K. L B. J In home shutters.

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Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch

5 Things

02:03 min | 10 months ago

Biden Heads to California to Campaign for Newsom in Final Stretch

"President joe biden will be in california today to support democratic governor gavin newsom. A day before his recall election recall efforts came after the governor faced stiff criticism over the past year for his handling of the corona virus pandemic and other issues. it's been well funded and supported by big name. Republicans like mike huckabee and newt gingrich but polling earlier. This month showed new. Some would likely remain in office. Numbers from the public policy institute of california found that thirty nine percent of likely voters in the recall would vote to remove some but fifty eight percent would not not surprisingly those opinions varied by party with eighty two percent of republicans in favor of ousting newsom compared to just seven percent of democrats that polling data mart day major change from earlier this summer a uc berkeley pool. As recently as late july found that fifty percent of likely voters wanted to keep new some compared with forty seven percent who supported the recall. This month's polling found that larry elder still lead the pack of potential replacements for newsome. The right wing talk show. Host led the field at twenty six percent this month. Primary remind people why they were angry enough. For one point. Seven million people signed the petition in the first place. A quarter of them were independence. Democrats voted for him. Two years earlier. Majority of hispanics. Now want him out. I think the majority of people are going to vote to recall gavin newsom. And i think the majority and i think i'll get the greatest number of votes to replace it. The next closest candidate was former san. Diego mayor kevin falkiner with just five percent of respondents. Planning to vote for him. The only one in this race the experience who led our state's second largest city who brought republicans and democrats together to solve problems That's who i am known as a very pragmatic leader who gets results but newsome himself was still confident this

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USC Professor, Dan Schnur, on the Californian Recall Election

Skullduggery

01:09 min | 10 months ago

USC Professor, Dan Schnur, on the Californian Recall Election

"Now have with us. Dan sure a former republican strategist now teaches politics and communications at berkeley and usc dan welcome to skulduggery as thanks so much for having me appreciate it so you are a california guy hence are interested in reaching out to you with this california recall coming up. On september fourteenth. There was a lot of concern in democratic party. Ranks about this about a month or so ago. That seems to have abated. Although there's a lot of attention and a lot of campaigning going on what your sense of where this stands right now at this point Governor newsom looks like he's in a very very strong position to defeat the recall. Nothing is guaranteed is likely to be a low turnout. Election but based on the early voting patterns based on the polls in based on newsome's immense fundraising advantage. If he wore if the recall order pass. At this point it would be a major major

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Who Is Gavin Newsom?

Mark Levin

01:56 min | 10 months ago

Who Is Gavin Newsom?

"Newsome. Now who's news? Newsom violated the Constitution was busy shutting down churches, the Supreme Court more than once, twice, maybe even three times had intervened in time to cut it out. He's bankrupt estate. He lived a free life with his family with his kids while he was imposing draconian shutdowns and rules and the rest of the citizenry. Spending is out of control taxes out of control. Not enough water, not enough electricity. Wildfires like we've never seen in California before, not because of climate change, but because of Newsome change. And yet there is a built in Democrat fusion. With government, state government and federal government. And so the teachers union is a perfect example. They don't care about any of that stuff. It is in their personal best interests. Graham made power perspective any monetary perspective. For Newsome to win. They want to control the schools. They want to control the budgets. They want to control their pensions, their medical care their salaries. They don't want to be held to account. They want tenure broadly and early as possible. Tom Newsom is the guy. The environmental groups. They like the confiscatory taxes on the private sector. They don't care how many I believe the state That leaves more for them. They're all in. The mess of welfare state. Many of the people on the doll Including people who shouldn't be on the doll. They know who to vote for if they want more.

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Everything You Need to Know About Larry Elder

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:12 min | 10 months ago

Everything You Need to Know About Larry Elder

"Larry elder is with us in. Larry i love so much a the aspect of your personal story and i think californians relate to sharing stories about your your father about your brother about your life. Your love of california people appreciate a common sense approach to what has been a distorted twisted version of the american dream by gavin. Newsom and larry. I must say i'm really encourage. The governor newsome is attacking you the way it is because for a while though he is because for a while he ignored you on. Evidently he must think that You do have the momentum that many of us are praying that you have Mike you're being charitable. This man is scared to death. He just gave up to interviews one with the editorial board of the la times and one with the editor boards of a bunch of other newspapers slamming. The table cursing angry. He went on with went to full captain clear on the scene from the cain revoke i was on the witness stand and kind of broke down had a mental breakdown yet. He mentioning my name for the first time. Because i'm the one he's afraid of. And i'm the one who can talk to black and brown people. Because i'm from the hood you pointed out. My dad came in nineteen forty sevens. You bought a house at now is worth six hundred thousand dollars. Because of the outrageous cost of living in california. The average price of a home is now eight hundred thousand dollars. A one hundred percent more than the eric price at home in america largely because of these environmental extremists that have taken over sacramento and run the state in the last twenty or thirty years gavin. Newsom as afraid. I'm going to be able to explain this way. So then joe jones six back can connect the dots between the outrageous cost of a home in california and left wing policies and sacramento and the rising crime and letting policies in sacramento this attack on the police this false assertions the police are engaging in systemic races. I mean we'll talk about the importance of choice in public education. So the money. Follow the child and the other way around lack round. Parents want school choice. They both the democratic party year after year the year. who's number one contributor teacher's union and they're adamantly opposed school choice. I can break the stranglehold over the democratic party. They have on minorities. Eighty percent of the kids in california are black and brown who have or getting a sub-standard education and they're scared. I'm going to be able to make that case. In ways that the average california can understand

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Would Trump Help or Hurt Larry Elder in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 11 months ago

Would Trump Help or Hurt Larry Elder in California’s Governor Race?

"What do you think would it would trump help or hurt. Larry elder rod. What do you think. Damn i you know. I think trump and a big conservative. But i think he would hurt because newsome is already trying to make a big issue just about trump and and not talk about the issue just kind of like you know. Look over here. Look over here. Guys is rather the issue using. I do think it would hurt. And you know i got it i. I'm sorry to interrupt you. I mean i tend to agree with you. although normally i'd want to see him out there but maybe it would. It would truly be one of those rare times when president trump would be more of a distraction more of a hindrance than a help. Well you know it's just like if you look at the ballot. What gavin put on the ballot. You know he's all trying to invoke trump right had to go to court on that a lot of people don't know that but you know even invoking trump's name but again to your point flip the table and let larry talk about what. Here's joe biden. Look at his failures coming to see another thing. That's what he's doing. He's doing a great job. In that larry has been real consistent and real steady. This this campaign is so smart. And i i have been following this pretty closely. The new york times latest headpiece is is like one of shock and awe. Like oh this could happen. Larry elder could absolutely and because of the way these recall things. Play out if you haven't followed this. All they have to do is get to a fifty percent margin of voters who want to recall gavin newsom and then the top republican challenger is the is the next governor and right. Now that's larry by a mile.

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New Gavin Newsom Recall Poll Confirms His Vulnerabilities

The O'Reilly Update

00:22 sec | 11 months ago

New Gavin Newsom Recall Poll Confirms His Vulnerabilities

"California Governor Gavin Newsom, facing a statistical dead heat in the polls over his recall election next month. Survey from Emerson College is 48% saying they want Newsome to stay 46% on a boot him out. Conservative commentator Larry Elder. Leaves the opposition. The vote is September

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"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

"Steve martin jack. Black owen wilson. Most people wake up one day realize it into everything they wanted to do. The big year got burgers right. Well not know desire martinez. Evan griffin jenny. Low roads and caitlyn Back wanna know if you have tips for beginning birders I would say that you should start wherever you are so if you have a front yard or somewhere outside around where you have noticed that there are birds. Figure out what those birds are. And there are some re apps that exist to help you identify birds by the cornell lab of analogy so i would download this app called merlin bird. Id it's really like user friendly. It will present you with some silhouettes the shape of the bird with the color. Where are you and give you some options with pictures. Highly recommend her favorite apps for birdsongs. There's one called bird. Net that analyzes the birdsong like frigging shas. Am until you what it thinks it is but you have to stop yourself from excited high pitched shrieking using it because it's so cool there's also another one called sherpa matic which i commend for making an app name. That is just recklessly adorable. You know if you're trying to get the birds to come to you instead of you. Romping around to look for the birds a lot of questions including someone who calls themselves. Cheese wanna know emerged feeders. Bad jessica kramer wants to know how you feel about. I'm you're a young kyle harper. Sylvia t- And miranda panda wanna know like why is it okay to feed birds. When it's bad to feed other wild animals would we So everyone from cheese to amanda panda. That's a really good question. I when it comes to whenever you see signs like please don't feed the wildlife that's usually because people hand feed the wildlife right it's like people handing goose a slice of bread and that association of human hands. Me food can be very dangerous for people on ranging from gifts to bears and everything in between so When it comes to birds a lotta times because birds are so mobile they move around so much providing essentially a food source in your backyard isn't bad especially because where people are living there used to probably be some sort of food source there that no longer exists. Because your house is there not to go. We'll just to give you an idea. feeding birds good. I think it definitely helps to draw. Birt's your backyard If you're interested in really easy ways to draw birds hummingbird feeders are like one of the cheapest and easiest ways to go literally three parts water. One white sugar Boom there you go. There's your your hummingbird food and it's actually just fine for them. It's good yes. Lots of ways cheap ways to draw berries to where you are no matter where you live. There was someone told me. Recently someone put a hummingbird feeder with just like that combination on the thirty. Second floor of some high-rise apartment and a hummingbird found it. Oh yeah worth it. Be careful hanging it but we're only look body inside the building. Keep the body inside the body inside. Pleased armor will find you as we're recording this out. My window is a hummingbird asked. I'm literally looking at tiny hummingbirds with their cute early for faces true story. I'm gonna send your trip to this whole fuel. You kidding me. Yeah it's the best. And i didn't realize it was there until i sat here a couple of episodes ago to record anyway but i will send you a picture this tour trying to be holy crap. I know another nest. I know i'm just staring at them. Like the sector creep Educate you know what a first time. Question asker choice. Ca ksi wants to know what happens to the ecosystem when they drain a marsh. Bad right they say. Is there a way to correct it. Later on That's a really good question so kind of deteriorating marsh through draining or any other sort of mechanism is bad because marshes serve as natural barriers for us so for example to prevent like really large storm surges. So if you're someone on the coast and you live close to the ocean. You want your marches to be intact because they're serving to prevent getting flooded for storms for being as bad as they could be. They're very important for that kind of kind of ecosystem. Service marches can be restored when it comes to water flow. I have to admit that. I'm not entirely sure about what that process would entail restoring the flow of water into a marsh but marsh restoration is absolutely something that happens. Work that gets done on on coast across the united states. Even kind of doing things like putting voice shells the edge of the march to kind of sore up citing so to speak of it so that it's strong. It's serving as a good barrier to the ocean. that is knocking against it continually so yeah a lot of ways to do marsh restoration and very thankfully that is happening in georgia and around the country essentially the ocean is creeping further and further toward the land. And so there's just less marsh but it also increases the average heights of high tide so that so when you have you know for example. Seaside sparrows that place their nest in the marsh grass like those high tides are getting higher and flooding becomes a bigger and bigger risk for them. And so they're they're expected to continue to lose more nests to flooding. When it comes to sea level rise that's more like a massively unified effort right like the world getting their act together in the united states like other big kind of polluting groups of people like getting their act together making large scale industrial changes to how we treat the earth but there are other things like we we can for example sea level rise exacerbates some other threats like nesper. Which is actually why. I'm studying nest predation so we can address the kind of secondary issues that happened as a result of climate change And that's where my work comes in and other people want your job. Essentially may be corinna newsom wheatley and for some questions for andy morrison and caitlyn back big fans of your work in andy's words innocent aspiring wildlife ecologist. What's the balance between lab. Work in fieldwork and any tips for finding field jobs. Thank you for your kind words. I would say that for me. Lab work is data entry so all of data collection any sort of you know actual hands on science and i'm doing is happening out in the field but and this is vice by that my advisor dr elizabeth hunter shared with me. Don't let data input pile up right. I could be out there all summer. Long have months and months of data and then have to sit for days and enter this data so as you're collecting that data put it in right away and then you will save yourself a lot of a lot of heartache. In that balance will be much easier to manage so like tidying flopping. Just do a little every day to get yourself out of a rotten horrifying mess later now. How about getting into wildlife. Ecology should york zoo i. How do we have kareen his life stomping around marshes watching videos of minks stealing eggs in the moonlight. I would recommend taking if you can field technician jobs so typically when you go to grad school and you're doing fieldwork in grad school. That adviser is going to want to have had experience in the field. My a zoo experience in my passion seem to make my visor. Trust me enough to take on the march but generally you want to kind of look for maybe even seasonal jobs and there's a job board called texas. Am job board where you can find a lot of the jobs that are typically kind of ecology based pop up Summer seasonal summer year round part time. Whatever is best for you. Check that job board and get as much experience you can before if you want to go to grad school it is not required to go to grad school to be a wildlife ecologist. There are many jobs at all different levels but that is one place to look for those jobs in that experience. That's early grandma can always in questions and had a few. How do we keep researchers safe in the field. What our universities need to do to invest in that And also what has it been like from your perspective looking at blackburn and how it's taken off and were you surprised and have you seen the community demonstrably.

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"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

"Okay. Back to work fielding about fieldwork. First time question asker. Joanna mchugh good question. How many times have you gotten stuck in plus mud. And i don't know what plus mud is. But i want to ask you. Is that a term is it fluffy mud basically it's like very loose mud young That's a good question. I honestly don't know how many times because after a while it's like your brain is almost on autopilot and you don't even notice when you have fallen But like it's it's situation where you fall in right and i feel almost betrayed by the marshes out here sweating behind off right like and you gotta do this to me eventually. Don't even notice the army crawl out of it so you all in up to your waist and then basically lean over and pull yourself out using grass and other things around you. Yeah many many times it built characters would all say oh. Do you have to do specific exercises to like build up the muscles that pull you out of. Yes even just walk. Because the way that i describe walking in the marshes like walking upstairs for six hours And so i went out there without having trained at all. And i was out there for an hour and thirteen minutes alley. And i can't do this. I can't do it and so that was just like when i first got there and elizabeth was like you might have to do some training. That's what i do. So that's what i did. I literally started on the treadmill. It's not a thing that i tread mill. The stair stepper is all that My hip flexes right. Because you gotta you gotta work out and it was interesting because there was a period of time like after my last field season was over where i had to go out and just check on something. And they're probably been about three weeks to a month between then. And the last time i was in the marist when i tell you i was seeing stars within minutes of being out there. I was like oh see. Yeah like the mar- you cannot let the marsh leave your blood and if you're listening to this and thinking i love biology. I love wildlife but my body can't do that what about disability access for scientists so did some research and here that consulting firms need project managers to track and plan field work. There was also something called. Gs a geographic information system that acts as a framework for gathering and managing and analyzing data. And we have a really cool episode coming up with a scientist named emily ackerman who is a systems biologist. So stay tuned for that very soon. Naomi is a new question. Asker it was. What's the strangest thing that you found in the marsh. Have you ever found anyone's car keys or like a very treasure. I wish i found so. There are multiple highs. Where i was like. Is that a body. And then it wasn't just thing that are probably found not interesting stuff but just like large things like how did water carry this. Water can carry basically anything like huge cement blocks and pipes in this things that seemed like should've sank immediately upon entering the water. The water this brought right to the marsh. So that's why you want to take care of your water said a watershed is essentially the pathways leading to the ocean or big bodies of water. And i always get the word watershed mixed up with watership down which was a nineteen seventy two novel about some psychic rabbits which in writing this aside i learned was a worry that the author made up on long car rides until his daughters forced him to write it all up in an awful and it was rejected by seven publishers before going on to sell over fifty million copies. So this aside is your weird creepy. Signed just go work on that thing that you want to work on just creeping in your brain go to word to the wise for sure page. Mclaughlin wants to know what sets sparrow from other birds as in what makes spero spero and not a fincher swift or iran. In this case. Yeah so there are a lot of things physically morphological about a spare. That's different from any other songbird Some of the differences are in diet so sparrows are known for eating a lot of plant material. Bill both depending on the time of the year. But they do. They're really good eating a lot of plant material seeds things like that Suicides are different because they have a really heavily like invertebrate diet being in the marsh. Okay so remember. The salty flooding marsh is hard. Live in man in some cases. But there's less competition for bug lunches for these small will brown and cream colored seaside sparrows. They also physically look a little different. They have a big shape. It's a little different from say. Thin shorus a swift which is like a strictly insect eating bird and so a lot of the physical characteristics of a barrel versus any other bird. are about how it finds food a lot of the adaptations that birds have physically are about finding food. Yes will mike kamensky wants to ask why are they so dang and cute and also does the small strip of yellow near their beaks or evolutionary purpose so they they are definitely slept on. I think a lot of people think of seaside sparrows. It looks like every other what i would imagine to be. Small birds sparrow bird but that yellow band apps that little yellow block right above. Its i definitely pops. I don't know that it has any evolutionary purpose that we are aware of right. It's such a small feature. I imagine that there is some amount selection that that obviously made it stay males. I think have a more prominent yellow spot on their face and yeah outside of that. I am not aware of it serving any particular evolutionary purpose. Perhaps one day you'll be the first to publish a paper on it. And what is illustrative about so this yellow patch. If you're trying to imagine it looks like if a brownish bird to a fabulous mustard colored eyebrows just little pop of color. it's technically called a supercilious. Which is another word for eyebrow the origin of the word supercilious which means halt he. Also if anyone is professional eyebrow scientist or groomer. Please call yourself a supercilious and looked up on google scholar for minute trying to find the function of this mustard supercilious. When i learned that insights barrows is actually called a supra laurel. Because it doesn't extend past the i but honestly i'm still excited to talk to an eyebrow expert maybe just privately went on matt thompson had a great question. He is a student studying wildlife ecology and wanted to know if there are any interesting symbiotic relationships with sparrows and other birds in the marshlands any of them friends aleksei friendship. I don't like to say this is the first one i'm saying. Friendships don't really happen in. The mars like mutually assured destruction. Make friends i.

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"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Ologies

"My name is karina. Newsom and i you see her pronouns awesome. You are a wildlife apologised. Correct yes yes yes indeed. How many have you been because you've also been a zoologist you're an ornithologists like let's count. How many call you. It's been a few allergists think. I started out in the realm of wildlife messing with beatles like a beetle allah. Just there is a more official name for that coley. Ophthalmology study of beetles. Weevils say it with me. Now that i moved over to zookeeping and focusing on zoo science so you know. Zoology maybe a more appropriate term there and the now. Ornithology has become really my whole life. And so most of the work. That i do. Now whether it's you know field science or community. Outraged centered around. When did you kind of and if you will migrating down that ornithological pat. How did you feel when you started in the zookeeper world. Can you tell me a little bit about that. Yeah so birds really started singing my name on a roll with the plan here when i was forced to take. Ornithology undergrad which. I was definitely not excited about because i knew nothing about native birds. And that's what. The kind of class was focused on. It was fueled class. But when i got him to the class and i was introduced to the blue jays something about the blue jays so magical the beautiful colors the mimicry. The cognition all of it. Together i really you know immediately was fixated on birds and have been chasing them ever since and so even though i didn't necessarily study birds until further down the line. I'm in grad school recently. Starting in two thousand eighteen That's essentially when my migration direction oriented that that ornithology class set me on my course. Was it something also about their behavior. Bluejays or corvettes right Oh yeah yeah. And i know you know kayleigh. Who's the morbid queen. C the twenty eighteen corbin thanatos episode with dr kelly swift aka corporate research on twitter. We discussed crow funerals. They sometimes involve small orgies with dead. Yes but yes along with pros and ravens blue jays are accorded corporates in. General are simply the most incredible birds. And they're also the birds that i get the most hate between the ravens and the crows people think the blackberries are kind of bad omens associated with death. You know think about the birds. The hitchcock movie. All of this aggressive creatures they bring beauty into the loved the chaos some people like blue jays because they can oftentimes scare other birds off the theater because they either directly just like push birds off or they can mimic the sounds of raptors nearby. So the birds think is a threat. That's not their birth. They can very much manipulate their environment to get access to the food but to me. That's just like a mark of their incredible cognition and this. There's no end to the tunnel. That is Always learning so much about the they can use tools. They can build tools like near. There's just really no limit. I know that they always take the peanuts. That i put out for the crows ravens i. They're always like i'm in an amount and they get all the peanuts. And i'm like i was leaving us out for whatever bird. Got them. i so you were less afraid to get. The peanut. peanut is yours. Live every every picture. Uc of blue jay. There's a peanut or two and its mouth so that that makes sense to me like the ballsy bird gets.

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"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

"And i also think there's some low self control there as well when we're talking about control on the impulsiveness the behavioral controls here. Let's talk about our just final conclusions. About the criminal justice system lamarcus got the death penalty. I think appropriately. And i was really surprised and i can't say i can't lie. I was a little bit happy when you said good as funny and that was a reflects. But i am not a proponent of the death penalty all i know. Yeah if we're going to use the death penalty if going to use it. But i still am. It's funny after. I said that i was like where does that come from because i am pretty strongly opposed to the team from your attributed side hanging out with me again. The reason i'm i'm opposed. The death penalty is because you can never be one hundred percent certain. You can't get a life back there pal ability issue. Yeah but i don't know there's this case invoked such an emotional response that there's no other way to respond then. There was overwhelming evidence. There's no doubt about his involvement. And i have to say. He got the death penalty appropriately. But if i'm a true retributive this than the. He's getting off easy. Yes you know an eye for an eye. Intrude retribution. I believe carbons also should have gotten the death penalty. I know you probably wouldn't think that i can handle life in prison. But i believe he was almost equally as culpable as his brother was. I didn't do as deep of a dive do so. It's hard to say from. The summary will take life in prison right. That's yeah i mean. That's inappropriate life in prison. I think that's an appropriate now. Thomas got a new deal of fifty years so he'll be a very old man if he ever gets out. I can also live with this though though. I don't think that. I would have relied on his testimony for the for the boyd conviction. That's my only problem here. No because they were cut a deal. I'm not sure that thomas i mean he's culpable but i'm not sure what he did. And so i was a little uncomfortable. Then to going i i wish i i wish i knew i. Oh you know. He went along with these gruesome crimes and he had he had a role and he never said stop. And i think he was very much involved in the murder of cris newsome but i'm not sure would have relied on his testimony for anything boiled up getting life in prison. And because i'm not positive if he pulled the trigger chris's case i don't. I don't know how to say this. I don't think it should have been based on thomas. His testimony though. I do believe that he was the trigger man. And i do believe he sexually assaulted. Cris newsome so i can live with Life in prison for him. I'm not gonna feel bad about it. Actually me neither. The neces- coleman claiming she was a victim to who had ample opportunities to escape to free shannon..

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"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I won't even delve into this. But she believed it was racial because these five defendants were black and shannon and christian were white and she believed. This was a hate crime and other people had said. It's possibly a hate crime. If there's no evidence there was no evidence of that now so they weren't charged with a hate crime because look the prosecutor said. I can't find evidence of this. She believed course newsrooms. Mom believed that this actually kind of devolved into a hate crime though why rape him where they homosexual you think like was that just to hurt him so i thought about that too. The reason why they had thought eric boyd. Who at first they didn't have any proof was involved. Might have been chris. Newsome's attacker is because they found some mail pornography on eric. Boyd's phone so he was the only one they could would the dna match it. Didn't there wasn't a dna match. Not i chris newsome. They set fire to his body. They they it. They weren't able to match the dna so they're wise just wonder was it to humiliate and brutalize or was it for sexual gratification. I think it was to humiliate and brutalize him. I do. i really think. I think that you have five seriously angry. People like i really believe these are five of the most. I mean joblessness homelessness drug use. None of them seem like they have great backgrounds. And what i would say here is that i see a lot of evidence of antisocial personality and i know that's not normally where i would go with this. So there's two things first of all america's davidson meets almost all the criteria on the hair checklist for psychopathy lack of empathy lack of realistic goals prone to boredom parasitic lifestyle. Shallow affect irresponsibility juvenile record poor behavioral controls on went through the checklist. And i think that it's trauma in israeli life that played a role but i think that he is the most clear example of almost a perfect antisocial personality disorder. But i evidence was the ringleader. Yes and i do believe if it wasn't for his instigation. That this probably would not have happened. I'm not saying they have committed other crimes. I believe the rest also have antisocial traits. And let me just give you example. George thomas. this was a friend of corbin's he didn't seem like it was an instigator. He seemed like he went along with this while on the phone though with his girlfriend from prison. He responded to her question. Like why did you call the police. Why would you participate. And he said coldly should've could've what a like couldn't have cared less very flat affect letaba hobbits as i said lied and lied on the stand. He has a history of juvenile delinquency parasitic lifestyle lack of remorse lack of realistic goals again. He fits antisocial personality. Now vanessa coleman. I wasn't able to find that much about her background. But let me tell you what she tried to claim at trial. She tried to claim that she was also a victim that they were threatening her. She was forced to stay. She didn't participate at all but she couldn't leave. She wasn't free to leave. She was terrified. She said scared for her life. Okay then she. She leaves with carbons and they wind up living together afterwards. The murder after the murders. They're living together again and also she had also stated at one point that they all left the house and she was loaned shannon and. She could have released her them. She didn't know she said that too..

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"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

"I'm so sorry we're also being held hostage but in another breath. He also admitted that everyone left the house but him and his girlfriend they could have easily left or escaped. He was alive. It was very obvious at his trial. And that's why he was convicted. He was spared the death penalty. But i thought about their parents. So chris newsom and shannon christians parents went to every trial. They never missed a court date. They were there at one point. I remember reading something like gary christian where he had attended three hundred. Eighty seven court dates and mike. And i've heard parents say this is the last remember we talked about dominique dunn and dominic done. This is the last bit of business you have to do for your child so they felt like they needed to be there but the details having to watch that guy when i had to watch him testify. I don't know how how they didn't. Someone didn't leap over. I mean it was just horrible george. Thomas was also found guilty of the murders and sentenced to life in prison. And we'll come back to him in a little bit. Then ask coleman the only female in the group also the youngest. She was age eighteen. I believe the others weren't in their early twenties. She was found guilty of lesser charges and not murder but she was sentenced to fifty three years in prison. And finally eric boyd. This is interesting. He couldn't be tied to the crime through any forensic evidence. He knew that he was there. They had evidence that he had helped with the carjacking so he was convicted in two thousand eight as an accessory to a fatal carjacking and then afterwards for aiding lamarcus davidson a fugitive. He got eighteen years for this crime and this was in the federal system. This is a very bizarre turn. So he got charged. Federally for carjacking gone wrong. He gets eighteen years because he can't be tied to the murders rapes but then in a very new turn of events or an interesting turn vents. The state charged boyd in two thousand eighteen with the murders and aggravated rape. Among other charges. They used the testimony of one of the other accomplices. George thomas george. Thomas was already convicted of the murder. And the rape of cris newsome and thomas actually testified that it was buoyed who rapes and kills. Newsom boyd was found guilty on almost all the charges and sentenced to life in prison to be served following his sentence of eighteen years on the testimony of convicted murderers what happened there was a lot of urging the newsom family. But they always felt that..

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"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Listen to this shannon's family had called to report her missing but the police told him they'd have to search for her themselves. What i suppose because it was too soon and she was an adult. She's a twenty one year old. The thing about this philosophy is that. There's a good reason right to wait sometimes. You can't distribute every resource to every person goes missing for a couple hours. However the problem with this philosophy is that most assailants who abduct rape and murder. Their victims will do so very quickly. So if you have to wait for twenty four hours to file report your loved one is long gone. Shannon's family was understandably upset because if they had deployed earlier remember. I said shannon was alive for about twenty four hours in that house. she could have been saved. Fingerprint evidence in the car was traced to the ringleader america's davidson because he had a record. Yeah even though. He wiped the car pretty well. He actually left like one fingerprint on a piece of paper or something. He touched in there he had wiped it. Well otherwise though. The forerunner was only two blocks from his house. It wasn't like. I mean he didn't put it out front but it's not like they put any distance behind it. We should also talk about the fact that this was a carjacking. But what happens when. Yeah exactly okay key motive. Yeah keep these questions will remember. Lamarcus was a convicted carjacker. But we'll talk about why this one may have gone wrong and with the different theories are so police then got a search warrant for his house. Space to on finding his fingerprint and on january ninth while executing the search they discovered shannon's body and led to the other perpetrators who were also known to be at the home. The house of cards fell pretty quickly for this crew. They found her body in the trash can at the helm yes. One of the police officers describes how when they walked in he was actually nervous. He saw the trash. Can he thought one of them was hiding in there. So he pulled the lid off with his gun out ready. And i mean he was obviously horrified. Not what he expected to mind. The investigation part was pretty simple. Like i said it led very quickly to the suspects and there's never been any doubt about the five being involved. What does come into play. And what will come into play as what their roles were. It's very clear. That ll america's davidson i'm gonna go through. The evidence was the ringleader. The others get a little fuzzy regardless. All five of them were arrested. All five suspects went to trial separately. Did they find chris's body at this point. They actually. I should have said this. Thank you good question. Amy they found chris's body first. They found his on the eighth before found any evidence of shannon. Oh jeez yeah. So i mean. He was found quickly. He was in plain sight. I think Unfortunately i watched so many things with the parents. I was so concerned about them. To be honest. And mr newsom said that she really wanted to wanted to hug him goodbye and they wouldn't let her. It would not let her in the bad because of the condition of his body so she she hugged bodybags. She described which is just heartbreaking. No mother should ever have to endure this. Let me talk about these suspects. Then and again. They all went to trial. And i'm sorry you said. They were tried separately or together tried separately. They all try to minimize their culpability. But here's with. The evidence. Showed davidson cabins and boyd were the initial carjackers. The three of them boyd was driving while davidson combines. The two brothers got out and committed the carjacking at kidnapping. Boyd and thomas were involved in the attack and murder.

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"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

Women and Crime

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Women and Crime

"Amy megan how are you. I'm great how are you. i'm good. Today's case is going to be a little bit different as you probably noticed. I have shannon christian but also christopher newsom in this episode so we are introducing a male. The reason why is because christopher newsom is equally important. There is a level of victimization here. That i don't think we should ignore and i don't think it would have been fair to center on just the female victim so though though we will focus a lot in her case i think it's equally as important that we give him Do attention i agree. Thank you make of course. But before we get to this case and i have to tell you amy this case the only way i can describe it is devastated but we will give a warning again. This is a very difficult episode. The chande sheriff one. I don't know if you recall when i did that one. I said that i was a little bit haunted. I feel this one is is even worse to me. There are some very gruesome details. I'm not going to go into all them. Because they're not all integral to the story and i don't think every detail is necessary but please be warned. This one's a hard one. Let's talk a little bit about shannon christian and chris newsome channon christian was a twenty one year old student at the university of tennessee and her father described her as a bubbly person who was also a daddy's girl. Her father garry christian is going to come to play a major role. In her case. Chris newsome was a twenty three old former high school baseball player working as a carpenter He was still living at home with his parents. He was described as a really nice kid as well responsible. These two were newly dating. They're really just normal kids who were loved by their friends and families. They were gonna watch a movie that night so there was some discrepancy about what they were going to do it. I said we're gonna go party..

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"newsome" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"No, it's amazing that Newsome is not blaming the president for this. No human being from the president on down can answer that question. The president didn't answer the question. He got you 25 million vaccines. And today, his administration said, You are all are getting it out. Quick enough. So we're gonna loosen the restrictions. Get it out. Do it based on age. Even the Let young people with preexisting conditions have it. By the way, he then answered after saying, I don't know the answer that question No one would, he says, Quote. It's when the vaccines air produced at a scale and made available to the state. Then we can answer the question. No, you are sitting on a ton of vaccines that you haven't given out. Don't say that. You're waiting on production. That's a lie. That is a lie. You are sitting on vaccines that are going bad. Because you're not getting them into people's arms. There's a 30 days, shelf life on the murder, No vaccine, So don't sit there say, Well, we need more vaccines. Well, you're you're on the break of losing the ones you have in the fridge because they're gonna go bad. We wouldn't ship you more vaccines Because you, sir, are inept Your felony negligent. That was Friday. By the way, Still no real razzle dazzle way of jump starting The distribution. All right, coming up. Did you hear about the L, A hospital that's decided to close. Like In the middle of a pandemic is this even looked legit Legal will explain what's going on on the Demayo report. First traffic taking out this North 15 Dr Carl still busy from Rainbow up to Winchester Road into Michaela. And so the trip from the 78 up to Miria is now sitting in 39 minutes. The.

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"newsome" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"newsome" Discussed on 600 WREC

"But that also affects companies like Visa and J. P. Morgan, that air doing business there. I mean, these sorts of policies in trying to run businesses are eventually going to cause people to move to places they never would have considered before. Like Texas. That's exactly right. And in fact, if you look even before profit 19 there was a poll that showed that 50 53% of people here are thinking of leaving, which is a staggering figure. I mean, that's called a failed state when over half of your people want out and add that despite the inherent natural advantages The California has to offer in many places way like no place in the world. And so I think what you've seen this year in terms of what's gone so wrong with California's response to cope in 19 shouldn't be viewed in isolation. That is really just taking the usual failures of our state policies and putting them on steroids. And I think that there's any Silver lining here. It says that that is giving a lot of people in California a window into the source of all of these off the deterioration of our state's quality of life that people have known for a long time. That things are going downhill in California, but maybe haven't connected it to the corruption and the failures of our state capital. But now I think that people are are starting to see that for what it is, and it could be laying the foundation for for major political change here. Kevin Kali is a state assemblyman in California have about two minutes left. I'm curious if you think there is anything to the theory that Perhaps people didn't want to counter Governor Newsome because that might in some way assist Donald Trump and Republicans and that now that the election is over, we can get back to good policy for the people and that what he's doing is not good policy for the people not only for the small businesses who are dying as a result of this, but for the consumers and for the employees who are losing their jobs or making less money. And for the consumers who have fewer choices for their quality of life. You know it's possible. And I think that just the fact that you know the Legislature has basically been taking you know the entire year. Often we're now come back at the beginning of January and get back to work. Maybe there will be something like alright, finally time to do something, But the fact is, we had a legislature. The reasons you know the fundamental reason that I haven't really done anything is that the institution as it now is that this is simply not here towards looking out for the public interest. You know, we have a capital that's completely controlled. Special interest groups. You know, a lot of legislators sort of simply do as they're instructed, and so you know, the fact that people might be suffering for the economy might be harmed at there. I might be ill third by what's going on. That's just sort of not the way it works. Is that somehow you know some sort of legislative response. Just because our office are capitalists so tightly controlled by the court of obvious that circle it within a matter of, you know, yard. That the cries for help throughout this state have never been what drives policy in Sacramento. Which is why I think that you know this whole situation may have the potential to fundamentally realign that because you have people out there who have their eyes on the capital like never before Starting to eat what's gone wrong there. Including you reminding us that there is some sanity in the great state of California..

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"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Governor, Newsome says the state does not have the money to handle the Trump administration's unemployment plan, Newsome explained the White House proposal would cost California $700 million per week of the 15 billion it was given in cares act funds, Newsome said. Roughly 75% has already been distributed. A bill to create a centralized office to end homelessness in California is one step closer to becoming law. The bill's author, assemblywoman Loose, Rivas says the move will reduce bureaucracy by creating a single accountable authority to tackle the issue. The bill now moves to the Appropriations Committee, uber and lift will have to stop classifying their drivers as independent workers. A California judge ruled Monday. Uber and lift must classify them as employees. The order will take effect in 10 days. Unless it's appealed. I'm mega mega hiss. Sacramento traffic being three Bob Williams in the traffic center injury crash blocking the intersection. This is Calvin Road. Aubrey Layne. CHP is that's seen a lot of work tonight on your roadways. Watch for Lane and ramp restrictions on I five from basically Highway 50 all the way down the Laguna Boulevard and north and South bound 99 from Diller rode all the way to Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard also work on Highway 50 Closure. The offering 50 westbound is 65th Street sweeper trucks on the Cap City Freeway between I Etienne Away 50 through the overnight hours. Traffic on the tens every 10 minutes. Mornings and afternoons. Next update at 10 31. Bob Williams News 93.1 KFBK on 15 30 A M and your I Heart Radio app Now Sacramento weather Clear tonight lose 60 to 60 for sunshine tomorrow. Don his war of his recent days High 88 to 92 mostly clear tomorrow 58 to 62 like toe warmer weather on Wednesday.

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"newsome" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"newsome" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"Grown his company to a seven figure business. Welcome to my show. Jeremy they human so happy to be here. Yeah I'm looking forward to this is well. You have a fancy way. We spell your name to ours. I love this planet if you want. My Dad's name is Jerry and my mom was trying to be creative so like Jerry and me. Oh that's cool. I like that is really quite clever. That's awesome you have a fantastic story yourself how you even got into investing so walk my listeners through that because I love the story yes thank you so it started with ironically enough the movie of Forrest Gump. I grew up in a really poor part of the country. Grew up in a place called Statesborough Georgia and that was financially strapped at the time. I didn't know it I was happy. Had A great childhood. I'll just pour you know and I watched this movie and Forrest. Gump said something. That was a paradigm shift from his. He uttered the words Lieutenant. Dan Invested in a fruit company. And we never had to worry about money anymore. James. I'd never heard that phrase like we never. We don't have to worry about money more. That was brand new to me and I was like well dad. We worry about money all the time. I WANNA do at forested. What IS INVESTING? What is investing? And what is the fruit company? I don't know anything about this. So he kind of told me about apple computers and he told me a little bit about the stock. Market's the best of his ability at the time. I was like we have to do that. That's what we need to do. And since then I got investing. I understood it took three. I got the market. Didn't he say that you'd match money? Yeah he did because I mean. He came up with the whole. We don't have any money. Money doesn't grow on trees. I can't go out and buy a shares of apple this movie that way. Only I don't know man I would love to try it so anyway. He more or less match dollar for dollar whatever you end up giving me and he thousand given like ten bucks so I went out and I picked blackberries and sold them door to door and the in the summer of Nineteen ninety-four sounds like Bryan Adams. Song and M and thirteen hundred bucks selling blackberries and how he did it matching me. I mean if you come to find out. He borrowed the money from uncle kind of relevant. Yeah Bought Twenty. Six hundred bucks worth of apple in nineteen ninety four. Wow that is absolutely amazing. Were you able to keep the the in a shares rather with apple you know? That's a very good question I did. I kept them all the way up until two thousand so at the top of the tech bubble got real lucky hand. How yeah we told them in the top about why make twelve grand. That's could've been could've been thirty. Four million Donna. It's yeah I'll let ever sold us when we moved. We moved from Georgia to Gainesville Florida. I know you're in Florida's well. Oh yeah moved from Gainesville Florida. And that's when we sold the shares and I got hooked that was the benefit of it. That's really really cool. How did your life trading come about your company? Reload trading started about six years ago at least the concept because I was in south Florida and I went to a presentation and I was just kind of bore man. I'll sit in there and a one learn about the stock market. I went to college. Go gators went to University of Florida to learn a little bit about investing tried to get a finance degree. Thought they're going to teach me this stuff and I was just hungry to learn more because I had one good trade under my belt and that was it so I went to learn and went to webinars. Went to classes went to seminars in person and the people are just kind of her boy man like you. They weren't like they were just people. Were talking about investing. I was like man. We're talking about a lot of money here. Why are we boring people to hear exactly? That's that's really good point especially because if not that they weren't successful with what they did but if there's not a passion behind it then you don't have that That joy that energy the synergy to really lose yourself healthily. Lose yourself in whatever you're passionate about. Wow I like that phrase healthily lose yourself you're right no you're one hundred percent crack because that's man. I didn't even eat today yet. I realized that before you get so caught up in what you're doing. There's been times I'm working if I'm working from home and and kind of snap out of it I'm like the only on my house. Is My computer. My dog like James. What are you doing like? Oh my God I'm so sorry. Yeah definitely no that is. That's kind of what happened to me. I honestly create a class on Youtube. Create two or three videos has some people that said. Hey man this is really good stuff. I've learned to love more. And and that's how I just Kinda thought through how to make a company just fell on my face. Melon apple was an accident but it was a beautiful blissful. And that's awesome. That really is when you look at the history of all. The people who've worked a lot of people have like this in the world. Had this idea what investing is a lot of people are very trepidation for very concerned. Very nervous about it. Why do you think that is? There's a lot of reasons and I think one of the main reasons crazy as it sounds is there is a lot of. There's a lot of emotion tied to the stock market and money both good and bad Fear and greed that term that term is used and thrown around a lot in the market and very very few people inherently WANNA be Greedy James. Like they don't curse they don't actively search to be greedy and they think some consciously is not a conscious act of thought by. I think a lot of people have this perception that if I make a lot of money in the stock market that I'm beating other people. They're losing money and I'm making a lot of money off of their labor or off of their shortcomings or I'm taking from them and I don't WanNa be greedy. So there's like this inherent fear of that. And if it's not that Vince the other thing where it's just unproper education though they just simply don't know anything about it. No one ever explained it right. There only thought they ever were given about. The stock market was hey get a job. That has a four one K. And match it. Eighty five percent of working Americans no stock market. That's IT and a lot of other people who do think about that. Think well in some ways. It's almost like gambling in the sense of put all this money and and then you lose it all. Yes so there is sometimes people are just very nervous about that because I really sometimes to have that philosophy. It doesn't matter how much I put in because I am going to lose it all correct with that. Sometimes people can be adverse or of just really know. Have a little bit of idea about it. But they're just they're like I just want to keep our money and they don't realize the success of what they could earn if they were to invest we'll man. There's very few movies about it. That's how most of our culture perceives things you know. I mean you have the I the classic Guy Conic Wall Street. I mean everyone's making money but then eventually everyone goes to jail and gets indicted and breaks up as a bad relationship and it gets a heart attack. So it's like I don't WanNa do that. You know yeah exactly and that's actually pointed me. You're right a lot of those movies day. Do Glorify on there. It's it's not a happy ending with Wall Street. You know exactly. No one's like yeah. I really want that life like they in the back of their mind. They think that'd be fine for a week. Yeah upper their life. You have so many different service arrays that you have on your website. Can you walk us through some of the main ones that would beneficial to my listeners? yeah man absolutely. I mean realistically the basic thing but I teach I create a program and a product that I deem as premium is free..

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"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Program Newsome is rolling out trailers intense in Oakland to address rapid re housing recuperate care first and last month's rent to start the process of converting motels and hotels in a permanent supportive housing the first set of FEMA trailers has arrived in Oakland and will be set up near the Oakland Coliseum this morning there is new relief for truckers from California's new labor law cave BK's Jordan Christmas explains the federal judges and definite we blocking a new California waiver law from applying to more than seventy thousand independent truckers he had already issued a temporary restraining order which is now expanded until the four cases decided he maintained that the wise preempted by federal rules on interstate commerce the state law that took effect this month makes it harder for companies to classify workers as independent contractors instead of employees were entitled to minimum wage and benefits such as workers compensation but the judge quipped that California has run off the road when it comes to independent truckers the state attorney general's office says it will continue to defend the law Jordan Christmas news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. officials say about a hundred and seventy people including park visitors and employees are you seventy national park have fallen ill at least two of the cases of norovirus have been confirmed the outbreak first hit in the first week of January it has declined since part of it'll say it's unclear where the outbreak originated and that they are working to clean all the buildings in the park California senator Kamel Harris is calling for all judicial nominations to be halted during the impeachment trial of president Donald Trump Hey if the case mark Mayfield has the story Harris who sits on the Senate Judiciary Committee put pressure on Senate Republicans Thursday saying she believes it's inappropriate to continue advancing nominees two articles of impeachment charge the president of the United States with high crimes and misdemeanors I believe it is wholly inappropriate for us to be advancing nominees to the federal judiciary she's joined by twenty nine advocacy organizations who also voiced concern about the nomination process continuing in an open letter that was sent to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and senator Lindsey Graham who chairs the committee following her as a statement the committee approved trump's nominee for the eleventh circuit court of appeals and Brasher in a vote along party lines five other judicial nominees were also confirmed mark Mayfield news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the state of the union address could be postponed if the Senate impeachment trial is still happening on February fourth she spoke with reporters the capital and she said that decision will be up to president trump taking come that day and please are prepared to welcome him that day all he could send a printed copy or you could ask us to postpone it blows he went on to say the Senate trial should not be sped up to fit any specific time frame before February fourth after he was sworn in for the impeachment trial in the US Senate senator Chuck Schumer Democrat New York and outspoken critic of president trump met with reporters where he called it a solemn serious moment in US history his comments are our featured audio clip this hour the feeling in the Senate chamber the solemn serious profound the weight of history the eyes of history you feel it are upon you I know every one of my colleagues felt it I hope my colleagues on the other side of the aisle felt what you didn't hear in our future daughter clip this morning was Chuck Schumer senator Chuck Schumer saying that when Chief Justice Roberts give the told the senators he could see senators in the chamber gulping right well I mean this one this is going to go on for a few weeks and you know for some it does it does absolutely seen that dramatic for others it does not count did you I don't know how much of this news conference you watched I watched a lot of it then it will ask Vic with drama they laid it on a later on what I mean and then later some reporter as president trump about it and you can imagine his response well it's a big fat hoax in is one when the auction in November that's it right I mean he completely down plays this and look this is the way that the polling the voters are gonna figure this out and in November two issues are going to decide this thing in November number one the economy because the economy always determines absolute every single election right and number two people are going to vote this is gonna be a referendum on the impeachment and the controversy yeah we I mean we shall see it interestingly enough to the reporters are getting their first taste of the new restrictions I mean they're being vetted even more even those that have been vetted before to try to get into actually getting news out of the conference other than these press conferences they hold is going to be difficult getting news out of this impeachment well the impeachment is now under way they've got taking their oaths and they're gonna be back at it today so they're they're in full steam ahead all right let's get you caught up now on the top national stories and news ninety three point one K. for K..

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"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"newsome" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"A letter to both governor Newsome and a speaker Nancy Pelosi single officially step down on Monday a month after pleading guilty to one count of conspiracy accused of using two hundred fifty thousand dollars in campaign money for personal expenses will be sentenced in March after the California primary and could face up to five years in prison meet the fiftieth congressional seat will remain open until after the general election in November Jacquelyn news ninety three point one K. B. K. the library system in a school district in Contra Costa county now recovering from a ransomware attack twenty six branches of contra cost a library and schools in the Pittsburgh unified school district were attacked around thirty eight online library services were shut down last week most of them have been restored school officials say classes will proceed with out computer technology until the ransom a table where attack can be resolved by the way coming up here in about ten minutes or so we're gonna talk with our crime and terrorism expert Brad Garrett about cyber attacks me with regards to Iran so much mark that coming up in ten minutes Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated he's tired of waiting for speaker Nancy Pelosi to hand over the articles of impeachment and he may start the impeachment trial before getting them constitutional law expert Jonathan Turley of George Washington University told CBS news that constitutionally there is no reason McConnell has to wait to start the impeachment trial now he was asked if there is a limit on how long Nancy Pelosi can delay sending articles of impeachment to the Senate I know but there's also no reason the sun and can I changes to rules and just order the start of a trial hi the waiting of the Senate on the house as a courtesy contained in the Senate rules is not contained in the constitution historically it's been the case they add the house brings over effectively these articles in the list of managers there's a lot of misconception about that the Senate rules actually don't require the transfer of the articles of impeachment to start the trial the central section referred to the list of house managers that's what they wait for and once again it's a courtesy it's essentially the Senate saying once here we've got your house in order literally let us know and we'll start the trial they can change that rule Nancy Pelosi increasingly is under pressure to get this thing going well even by members of her own party there now democratic senators that are coming forward saying Hey can we get this started I believe I was over I believe senator Feinstein is among them he's one of them so what Turley you're saying is in McConnell he said this within the past couple days look we're moving forward this trial with or without these articles internally came out and said you can go right ahead and do that up from the constitutional stamp on he can move forward it's just a role within the United States Senate is not a constitutional issue so we're probably gonna see don't be surprised over the course of the next couple of days Nancy Pelosi is going to go ahead and turn the articles over because the pressure is there to get moving right exactly okay let's get you caught up in this hour's top national stories now on news ninety three point one K. up because from ABC news I'm sherry prestin vice president Mike pence insisting that the decision to launch a drone strike against Iraq's military leader.

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