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"paul moseley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Governors in Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware have a lot to consider before fully re opening if they open too quickly that could result in more deaths they say according to a new model from the Wharton school of the university of Pennsylvania if you believe that study we opening stage you come to me certainly comes with a cost they say that could result in more deaths there's a strange story a university of Pittsburgh professor on the verge of making very significant findings researching covert nineteen according to the university has been shot and killed in an apparent murder suicide over the weekend the research assistant professor of dental fight is being Lou was found in his town house Saturday with gunshot wounds to the head neck torso and extremities investigators believe an unidentified second man who was found dead in his car shot and killed blue in his home before returning to his car and taking his own life police believe the men knew each other but they say there's no indication there was targeting due to him being Chinese well as we're talking about five G. yesterday with guess been stored there always been longstanding concerns about the radio waves that are being emitted by our devices especially our cell phones however it seems that these concerns have been amplified with the launch of five G. where there have been a lot of theories that are linking five G. to various health issues so much so that some people are actually actively taking matters into their own hands where according to reports a small town in Quebec Canada has experienced an incident where several cellphone towers have been set on fire over allegations that five G. is somehow linked to the cold with nineteen pandemic let's check in with doctor Gerrie right now our roster of pandemic and get his take on the latest Gerry what's your thoughts on what's happening so far well first off I want to mention that murder warrants is a hoax you're saying in all over the place there are no murder Hornets on the way how much will I take a look my take on the whole thing though is that the death rates are climbing and it looks like social isolation and mask from nineteen eighteen are not working Cuomo just came up with something and and I didn't understand it he said something to the effect that sixty percent of the people that they had corona virus came from home she is also the same home for about six I don't think they know what they're doing I really don't this is a total bust the thing we do know is that the airlines are going to shrink to nothing is going to be mass bankruptcies the oil industry's already tank and then yesterday I went to Walmart and there were no there was no beef products or not is another concern to Gerry I'm told by some doctors that they're basically being pushed to put most deaths down as coronavirus that is part of the billing problem in America when you build something you try to put the expensive diagnosis down so you'll get better reimbursement really hello in corona wires and you get a veteran and reimbursement for that one and also all of the funds that you put into trying to save this person reimbursed by home government yeah insurance companies Medicare so on so forth you just you know you signed up with them used to the hospital as the hospital actually the hospital send in the bill are always things that they build out and then there was the diagnosis of respiratory failure do do corona virus all right we'll talk then just normal pneumonia we'll talk to you next week thank you so much Kim Jong on disappear from public view over the past few weeks because of concerns about the corona virus not for any heart related surgery according to south Korea's intelligence agency the disclosure comes after members of south Korea's parliament were briefed by the country's national intelligence service according to Reuters Reuters Kim made his first public appearance in nearly three weeks last Friday at a fertilizer factory near the north Korean capital private payrolls hemorrhaged more than twenty million jobs in April is company sliced workers amid a corona virus and do shut down that took most of the U. S. economy offline according to a report Wednesday from the ADP it all the decline total twenty thousand two hundred and thirty six thousand easily the worst loss in the survey's history going way back to two thousand two Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com with us John we got to open up pretty soon well we've been we've been saying this for a while right now and you know but I think in the states right now but have to be honest about it are waiting for aid a federal bailout I think you have stage three point you number three major four trillion plus dollar bailout is going to be designed for cities and states because New York is bankrupt California is rapidly becoming bankrupt right now I mean he's our chief after early large states I I did trump you know as you know we've got to figure out something on the blue states basically you know what I mean creating like he's welfare states where people are Bob are you don't have more money coming in to stay at home right now then they do going back again there's more incentive to stay at home and collect unemployment the extra benefits from these bailouts then going back to work but I think you know the government and the government alone in the management of this as proven to be a complete disaster the the the idea that you take shelter in place this is something it's been pushed as you know by the and medical experts to epidemiologists there working on that White House task force and brutality and Deborah Berks you know I have been saying you gotta shut everything down in order to you know to slow this virus and it's turning out that most people who are hospitalized right now in the New York area were sheltering in place before they were hospitalized in Paul Moseley dumb founded today reporting this data but I I think what it is is the government doesn't know what they're doing they'd better get people back to work quickly because the GDP of this country the unemployment rate right now is that depression levels we're talking about thirty percent in major cities right now unemployed and climbing every day the new numbers from eighty P. and the labor department coming out on Friday are going to be an absolute disaster and I think you're looking more stock market roller coaster ring is gonna go on as you know the the the the big wave that the fact that the economy is not going to snap back from the US it's going to take months if not years to recover from that and the fact that most a lot of people right now would prefer you stay home and collected benefits rather than return to work is a real problem George it sure is and people are at a breaking point two ways economically and emotionally right now John Curtis online columnist dot com well listen to this one for the first time in history it may be absolutely accurate to say that the passenger car once the bread and butter of the automobile industry is unpopular in April more buyers purchase trucks than passenger cars for the first time ever in U. S. history a previously unseen asteroid the size of a truck flew about forty three hundred miles over the Pacific Ocean on Monday making it one of the closest passes wire planet on record that is close UP next political operative Roger stone joins us he's been sentenced to forty months in jail his gag order has been lifted and he's ready to talk and say everything he canned Roger stone next on coast to coast AM sheeting working living pain free these are a few of the things many of us take for granted yet for many United States military veterans finding and affording oral health care is a challenge dental lifeline network is looking for dentists who can change this we volunteer to help people like Richard a U. S. naval veteran who suffered severe PTSD after his service he was left homeless for a period of time in his oral.

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"paul moseley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"World on George Laurie welcome to coast to coast AM later tonight dramatic near death stories here's what's happening governors in Pennsylvania New Jersey Delaware have a lot to consider before fully re opening if they open too quickly that could result in more deaths they say according to a new model from the Wharton school at the university of Pennsylvania if you believe that study worry opening stage she Kanemi certainly comes with a cost they say that could result in more deaths there's a strange story a university of Pittsburgh professor on the verge of making very significant findings researching covert nineteen according to the university has been shot and killed in an apparent murder suicide over the weekend the research assistant professor identified as being Lou was found in his town house Saturday with gunshot wounds to the head neck torso and extremities investigators believe an unidentified second man who was found dead in his car shot and killed blue in his home before returning to his car and taking his own life police believe the men knew each other but they say there's no indication there was targeting due to him being Chinese well as we're talking about five G. yesterday with guess been stored there always been longstanding concerns about the radio waves that are being emitted by our devices especially our cell phones however it seems that these concerns have been amplified with the launch of five G. where there've been a lot of theories that are linking five G. to various health issues so much so that some people are actually actively taking matters into their own hands were according to reports a small town in Quebec Canada has experienced an incident where several cell phone towers had been set on fire over allegations that five G. is somehow linked to the covert nineteen pandemic let's check in with doctor Gerrie right now our roster of pandemic and get his take on the latest Gerry what's your thoughts on what's happening so far well first off I want to mention that murder warrants is a hoax you're seeing and all over the place there are no murder Hornets on the way that's all I can my take on the whole thing though is that the death rates are climbing and it looks like social isolation and mask from nineteen eighteen are not working Cuomo just came up with something and and I didn't understand it he said something to the effect that sixty percent of the people that they had corona virus came from home she is also the same home for about six I don't think they know what they're doing I really don't this is a total bust the thing we do know is that the airlines are going to shrink to nothing is going to be mass bankruptcies the oil industry's already tank and then yesterday I went to Walmart and there were no there was no beef products there is another concern to Gerry I'm told by some doctors that they're basically being pushed to put most deaths down as coronavirus that is part of the billing problem in America when you build something you try to put the expensive diagnosis down so you'll get better reimbursement really coronavirus and you get a better one and reimbursement for that one and also all of the funds that you put into trying to save this person's reimbursed by home government insurance companies Medicare so on so forth you just you know you're signed up with them used to the hospital at the hospital actually the hospital syndrome the bill it always seems that they build out and then there was the diagnosis of respiratory failure do do corona virus all right we'll talk then just normal ammonia we'll talk to next week Kerry thank you so much Kim Jong on disappeared from public view over the past few weeks because of concerns about the corona virus not for any heart related surgery according to south Korea's intelligence agency the disclosure comes after members of south Korea's parliament were briefed by the country's national intelligence service according to rotors Reuters Kim made his first public appearance in nearly three weeks last Friday at a fertilizer factory near the north Korean capital private payrolls hemorrhaged more than twenty million jobs in April is company sliced workers amid a corona virus and do shut down that took most of the U. S. economy offline according to a report Wednesday from the ATP at all the decline total twenty thousand two hundred and thirty six thousand easily the worst loss in the survey's history going way back to two thousand two Dr John Curtis online columnist dot com with us John we got to open up pretty soon well we've been we've been saying this for a while right now and you know but I think in the states right now but have to be honest about it are waiting for a federal bailout I think you have stage three point you number three major trillion plus dollar bailout is going to be designed for cities and states because New York is bankrupt California is rapidly becoming bankrupt right now I mean these are two preferably large states I I did trump you know as you know it's got a finger on something all these blue states basically you know the I mean creating like he's welfare states where people are Bubba you don't have more money coming in to stay at home right now then they do going back again there's more incentive to stay at home and collect unemployment the extra benefits from these bailouts then going back to work but I think you know the government and the government alone in the management of this as proven to be a complete disaster the the the idea that you take shelter in place this is something it's been pushed as you know by the and medical experts to epidemiologists there are working on that White House task force and group about G. and W. Burks you know I've been saying you gotta shut everything down in order to you know good slow this virus and it's turning out that most people who are hospitalized right now in the New York area were sheltering in place before they were hospitalized Paul Moseley dumped founded today reporting this data but I I think what it is if the government doesn't know what they're doing they better get people back to work quickly because the GDP of this country the unemployment rate right now is that depression levels we're talking about thirty percent in major cities right now unemployed and climbing every day the new numbers from eighty P. and the labor department coming out on Friday are going to be an absolute disaster and I think you're looking more stock market roller coastline is gonna go on as you know the the the the big weight that the fact that the economy is not going to snap back from that it's going to take months if not years to recover from that and the fact that mode a lot of people right now would prefer to stay home and collected benefits rather than return to work is a real problem George it sure is and people are at a breaking point two ways economically and emotionally right now John Curtis online columnist dot com well listen to this one for the first time in history it may be absolutely accurate to say that the passenger car once the bread and butter of the automobile industry is unpopular in April more buyers purchase trucks than passenger cars for the first time ever in U. S. history a previously unseen asteroid the size of a truck flew about forty three hundred miles over the Pacific Ocean on Monday making it one of the closest passes wire plan it on record that is close UP next political operative Roger stone joins us he's been sentenced to forty months in jail his gag order has been lifted and he's ready to talk and say everything he can Roger stone next on coast to coast AM there.

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"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:18 min | 2 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Marvin Gaye right the smile and those space that's the music right there he's never heard that music that's the music right that guy's a Marvin Gaye watch out though he'll sue you right then we can he just had a smile on his but that that's what I thought you put that all the lady around like Michelle you January comes around with you you might not know what happened you mean the representative at the Arizona state capital yeah it's going on with that well she's got some well they said you got some explaining to do Lucy and this planning was there was a picture this right see so you got a boyfriend goes back in the day pre shooter if you are already pre daughter you don't you're not sure should about pre Dodger so she got a boyfriend right there hanging out there doing their thing they're hanging out with the lobbyists he works in the capital right she's doing her thing but the lobbyists is a decent looking girl and next thing you know they start flirt a little bit and some pictures start flying back and for their tree good body shots off each other they're inviting are up to the hotel room and and given our old Sharon stone saying it make it uncomfortable the old lobbyists there in saying that though they founder did that that she had done anything wrong but you do wonder what's going on down there because it sounds like fun all it sounds like it adult fun it sounds like they're a bunch of perverts down there sounds like to me I mean did they get rid of one pervert in don shooter yeah okay why did don shooter it booted well they're all these accusations that he was treating women improperly was hitting on them and the person that really was the face are down at the Arizona capitol of the me too movement down there was home Michelle you Jeanty Rita yes she was saying this guy was disgusting yeah this guy's doing that is that really why they got rid of don the entire process was manipulated by the speaker because he said it was all baloney he he tried to have the stuff come out before that and they said no because Jedi master possibly heard all this stuff in new this Michelle at there was some issues there there's no doubt in my mind that don shooter that pervert okay wasn't a joke that got him fired no no no no no he was doing this for years you know I've got sources that have told me he was doing this stuff for years being inappropriate so I believe the women when they say Hey he was treating us poorly was treating us like this but in the middle of whole thing was representative Michele you gently Rita and now her finding out years before shooter got booted well allegedly that lobbyist you were talking about did a body shot off of you gently rate up that's right Mr question and some pictures there were pictures that were going back and forth yeah if you put the he put this do you put the shot glass like on the belly button and if we don't have to go through that it doesn't matter anyway usually what I want to know that the so don't tell us what the answer is and so it now so I listen I don't know what happened but it sounds like you gentle readers boyfriend Kara pervert girl is the thing that they're grown adults they haven't broken any laws they don't treat a lobbyist like that that's L. lobbyist get a little bit closer they have a little bit more fun how close well look do you feel it yet obviously this lobbyist didn't want to go there but at the same time also I'm sure they felt that maybe they were led on right bite by them and this guy push more than I think that then then Michele agency read it in but they found nothing wrong she didn't do you should regular wall shouldn't done anything but there was an investigation but right there was no again adults can be adults but we live in a day and age where everything comes out and you know that yeah if you're a politician in you doing this with a lobbyist that's wrong but the lobby lobby says like to me because I've been the case street I've been to places you know up in Sacramento when I was up there let me tell you some they don't hire ugly people you want it to get attention right you're not getting somebody's four hundred pounds it just doesn't work that way it's like pharmaceutical sales people they all look like Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston because they're gonna get people's attention but just because you're a lobbyist doesn't mean it that it's okay if you're good looking lobbyist doesn't mean it's okay to get nasty pictures from you know some representatives husband now knows now well the gross and she you know I mean they they should a set the boundaries there and obviously he I think pushed for more than her if something like that she the end and this lobby said that look she was kind of complicity in it she she also was a part of it but it's not like he was a little bit more excited like what you'll do that all my goodness I don't know what's wrong with the people in office don shooter pervert David stringer he's paying boys to do awful things yeah and do we booted him thank god Paul Moseley member Paul Moseley us together went like a thousand miles per hour on the highway and try to weasel out of any I can look right now yeah that cook guy with the snores the that you know that seems to be quite a bizarre situation where I I've read some of the notes because I think he's really trying hard and I think she's pulling him by the nose doing something with a lobbyist to yeah yeah you get rip roaring drunk last year in check and went behind the wheel yeah but I think he's getting played by her more than anything else I don't know what's in the water at the Arizona capitol for crying a lot yeah I guess to give what it's time this summer a pop quiz you can online six oh two two seven seven five eight two seven I'm sorry a lock you out of the studio yesterday right good now he will have something in your Hey you guys want to win you know what true false questions on the new two seven seven Katie our next working formed in on time with the valley's only all news morning show there was a Supreme Court now looking at whether Phoenix as you write.

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"paul moseley" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"KLIF that holds the tune in and this is real news and information five seventy JLI yeah. the ending the headlines because even though we are eleven minutes away from the end of our work week. you know. news is my life yes and so we never stop looking and I keep seeing all these references to hurricane Dorian now has made landfall. landfall as a weird why do they call it land fall. I don't know your word nerd you should know that well no I don't but what it reminds me of is a long time ago when they deliver sure yeah I know what it means what I just said the word again a long time ago when the the US space program first started and I can't remember the reporter's name he was a network guy. a well known at the time it wouldn't matter because most people wouldn't remember anyway but he was interviewing of a guy who work for NASA a scientist after they had had a bad launch and the a rocket veered off course they were afraid there was gonna head for a populated area so they blew it up enough in the atmosphere and he was telling this story the of this the scientist was and he said that we we the decision to to destruct the vehicle as it enters earth. is it entered the earth's ocean interface Frank Reynolds was his name Frank Reynolds is excuse me hold it right there. if you don't call it a beach we're not gonna get anywhere. ocean interface. okay let's remind me of how much you read today. I don't know but I will not count reading Twitter or reading Facebook unless I'm reading an article that somebody put in there I actually do that I read the entire article outs alright I read news but you know what very often I don't read entire news stories either it's going to get into a long enough to say okay we should talk about this tomorrow then we'll figure it out but I do have a couple of books I'm reading. but I'll get around to every single day okay because people who read books for thirty minutes daily lived an average of twenty three months longer than non readers so really get get reading that's that's one of the around an extra two years. really also can help prevent Alzheimer's disease. this is from a new study. after a Harris poll survey of roughly two thousand adults who say they wish they had more time to read we always blame not enough time in our lives to do everything to do anything right yeah there's a link between exercising your brain a slower rate of decline in memory makes sense they say you should do like crossword puzzles and things to keep your mind active yeah and learn something new because if you're if you learn something new then your making new. please yes yeah in your brain. I just find the world interesting everything's interesting I spend a lot of time on Google because I'm looking up stuff you know and I think that's the same kind of thing breeders twenty one percent less likely to report feelings of depression ten percent more likely to report good self esteem. let's go back to the star in Frisco yesterday evening Eastwood high school the el Paso kids. yeah now the bus. and get ready to go into the store to play the game with up against Plano and who's standing there to greet him and give a Pat on the back girl Jerry Jones yeah. I like jury I love Jerry I think up you know the the national media doesn't understand jury and they talk about him like he's some kind of nut case we laugh at a lot of the things that he says the way he says things that's just part of his charm but and I'm sure the jury has his moments when he's not the most charming people but but he's a person. but I just love the guy and here's a really good example he didn't have to do anything with over his ivory tower there at the store were offices but shook every hand every player he said he thought it was the least he could do because these young men were coming to play a football game far far from home after the horrible experience the city of el Paso has suffered and he just wanted to show that he's got on these tickets to Sunday's game two is a home that go to guy is it at home Sunday yes. yeah. the cowboys. the star telegram picture of former Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry has been selected as one of the one hundred greatest photos in NFL history this is the one hundredth anniversary the NFL officially started last night. and the former star telegram photographer Paul Moseley took the picture shows a classic silhouette of Tom Landry on the sideline wearing his fedora you can tell by you can just tell by the silhouette without seeing his face who it is. it was taken during Landry's final game as coach nineteen eighty eight at Texas stadium. so now hard to describe a picture on the radio but we'll put in our day even Amy Facebook page along with the story you can take a look at this really really fast and it's really cool. eight fifty five let's get update on traffic.

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"paul moseley" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

09:14 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Yeah. If apply to what we know about this session, the per diem would increase from four point three thousand dollars to eleven point eight thousand dollars for American legislators. And from seven point five thousand dollars to twenty three point six thousand dollars for those out. Outside of Maricopa County, innocent to ring of the conservative circus. We have the former Arizona superintendent of public education. Diane Douglas who has pinned a piece in the air is on a daily independent, questioning this legislator pay raise and Diane, you wrote, this piece kind of raise concerns that expose a little game that our politicians are playing and is sort of, like got your IRA. Didn't it gets a little bit? I've written several aphids about what I finally referred to Jane state as legislative shenanigans, and this made was the top of the top. So I appreciate very much. You have in neon. Talk about it just a little bit won't to explain to the audience, what these shenanigans are because this was sort of done. It was stealth and by five o'clock today, a lot of things are happening. That the public doesn't know about it. Once they find out about it. I dare say they may be a little bit angry. Diane Douglas would hope this is not the way legislators should trade, the constituent baser in my opinion. I mean, they they say bills no longer be dropped after February unless we say so well here on the last several days of all the sudden still gets dropped giving themselves a huge raise in their per diem, which is our Benting process for where the voters of Arizona to them, a pay raise and an moment, I had was not only this is not a one time pay rate of having what rate inch statue, which is what it was thirty in Maricopa sixty out of Maricopa. They have now given them some one hundred percent or fifty percent of the. Bedroom annual per diem week for only tension purposes. Those of every single year every year, they will get an increase now, if the governor signed the Bill did the governor signs Bill or what happens if the governor does not sign this Bill. Three. And sign it can be it can let it go into law without his signature, which in my opinion, I would rather him either sign or veto and but to just allow them to do this on the very last day of the legislature if not literally but figuratively in the dark of night with no notice to their constituents. And such a lack of leadership will to your point. I mean, this is the last day and by five o'clock this afternoon. Lesson in our if the if the if the governor does not sign or veto than automatically goes into play these pay raises for the legislatures automatically going to play. So this is the last day. So they have waited to the last moment. Not only that he's waiting till the last moment to taking, you know, signed data, or do nothing, but they passed this Bill on five twenty seven, which was they died at one o'clock in the morning on five twenty so literally virtually the last thing they did is they walked out the door would give them the pay rate. And personally, I think the citizens of Arizona deserve to be treated better than that. I agree with you. This should be should have been public knowledge. And the public should have been able to wait in on whether or not our legislators deserve, or should have a pay raise. Are you syncing out there that there's a lot of support for this? Diane douglas. Did I saw on Facebook, it seemed not? But the reality is most people don't even know it's happened. This is gonna be surprised in another interesting thing of couple of points. Is that number one the Maricopa County legislators are getting a big -nificant increase in their per diem? Well, no other state employees gets a damn to travel to work everyday. That's a routine from you, and you do it at your own expense. I'm sure your player, doesn't give you what special dividend just to drive to work, and earn your salary. That would be nice, but no, it doesn't happen for any other state employees, aged myself, the elected super intendant. I did not get paid to drive to from more and I was not allowed to use the state party. Do date. You're commuting is at your own expense. But yet Maricopa County legislators original enrich themselves. Almost a hundred dollars a day to do that. That's not right. And the other piece of it, it's interesting is they also asked for an increase in their budget. And I don't forgive me. I don't remember the exact amount, but ostensibly it was to increase the pay of some of their very underpaid staff. But I would have to run the numbers, but I suspect their own pay raise would eat up most of that, if it's not a special appropriation. So this is not what people deserve from their elected officials. They serve the people. The people don't serve them. We have Diane Douglas into center ring of the conservative circus. She is the former Arizona superintendent of public instruction. She's a pinned op Ed in the daily independent shedding some light on a very controversial issue at least for those who are aware of Diane Douglas of, and you're calling for for leadership in this area. Because if this comes the past one. Way or the other unless it is vetoed. It could be signed, or it could just be left on the table to like about six o'clock this evening. It is one of the one of those last two, then legislators find themselves with a nice little continuing pay raise. And that's how you know, I if the done chooses signed, it, I think it's very appropriate to sign it with an explanation usually gives an explanation. Why would either sign or veto Bill? I wouldn't agree with him. But I think that's his right to do that. And say this should be done for all of these reasons but to just let it go. And this whole thing happened behind the thing is respect to the voters taxpayers in my opinion, the Diane Douglas, she's a citizen now that was an op-ed that appeared in the daily independent. I you know what I think that if the governor just let's go the soda is like a cop out. I just had. I I'm just saying either veto that baby or letter flow, led a flow through give legislators a pay increase per diem. That's kind of crazy, though. But it's if I were a legislator, I would have hoped that this thing kind of just slipped on through. Right. That's a pay increase, no matter how you look at it. And it's a healthy pay increase this reminds me of what was that last year. We had the legislator who was getting speed tickets. And you say, I claim immunity it could. And it was a big move to get rid of that. I'm like, why would such a mouth does? Let it go do. That's, that's what we call a perk, Desa. Perc. That law was changed. Now they can't claim unity with the speeding tickets who was at the believe he lost his his gig as will rip. Yeah. That was a Republic Representative Paul Moseley. He's not a year hometown there. Also lake havasu. But you so then you understand why Moseley was speed him. Because he's if he's trying to get back to lake havasu, isn't that a little bit of a hall? That's like what six hours Amir? I remember that because I ran out of gas once on, on my way out to lick have to do a speech out there Aren outta gas. I didn't know that we're, we're into gas stations between, you know. It's about three hours from here three hours. Jesus brought some gas that was a long story. But yes from where you were driving. It was closer to five at the time I was driving out of out of Tucson and my daughter little Fiat. 'cause my long story. Long story. Really get warmed up with a little Pelosi Pelosi. I think she is having a very difficult time controlling her caucus. We're gonna talk about that, at four fifty forty three minutes after the hour. Time for east.

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"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right. It's three zero five. It's brewer time. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer backing Gaydos, political insider, we're going to talk about the plague enthusiasts who are at the Zona legislature. I liked Jan brewer I like talking to her. That's great MAC. Congratulations. Now, bring up something. That's later in the show that I do not like you don't wanna do this at three fifty three four hundred don't like I'm so excited. I just don't like, Lloyd. So have you seen this new internet challenge sweeping the nation? Yeah. My wife brought it to my attention thinking we should do this with our two year old. And I said, no parents or throwing cheese, you know, the yellow slices like Kraft cheese. They're throwing it at their babies bald heads and trying to get it to stick. And the only reason we're doing this is because Lloyd is the only person on the show that has a bald head and we're going to try and throw cheese and make it stick to his face or his head. Does he have to wear a bib? Yes. And we're going to do it live on the air at three forty five. And I'm going to tell you it's going to be great. And we're do Facebook live as well. Are we really Facebook live is terrific? I've always wanted to throw cheese at Lloyd. I. Have never entertained that thought in my fifty years on. Get some salami. And I throw it over there too. I might take a bite out of him. That would be awkward for everybody. But a little mustard online. Take a bite out a lawyer. That's terrific. If you were to buy a car horrified at what I just said. I know if you were to buy a car, and you knew it could only go let's say a top speed of one hundred ten miles an hour. I would start throwing cheese at would you buy it one hundred and ten well, probably not gonna go hundred ten right? But would you buy it knowing there's a limit to how fast you can go? I know I wanna faster car I want the never go one hundred. It gives me you're not Paul Moseley. Yeah. Topical. Volvo has come out with this. Volvo has always want a voice. This guy has hold on. Just go ahead. Volvo has always been known for safe cars. And now it's putting a speed regulator on its vehicles in an effort to end crashes. I never. Vehicles. It's a vehicle well that much silent vehicle. He's very he's very precise because he likes to hear himself talk. That's funny. That's exactly the way he sowed. Biff back to you. That's felt most vehicles can hit did it again, see vehicles. Most vehicles can hit speeds of nearly a hundred and fifty miles an hour a bit. Volvo says it will now prevent its cars from going faster than one hundred twelve I don't want the car. I don't know why this hasn't been done before. What do you mean? Well, I mean back in the back in the sixties or early seventies. When we had the, you know, the oil problems in the oil and gas you were born in in the seventies early. Your parents brought you home in a car. You're part of the problem. Not the solution. Gas prices spike because OPEC I'm surprised that car manufacturers said you don't need to go any farther any faster than ninety. So you don't waste gasoline and people I don't know why car has to go one hundred forty I really don't you'll need. You're never gonna use it unless you're breaking the law breaking the law, unless you're doing something that you should not be doing the CEO says while that won't stop all fatal accidents. If he says vehicles again, I'm like, all right? It's an important step in the company's goal to have zero deaths and serious injuries in its new vehicles. Tarn? He's a jerk vehicles. I know I know so you wouldn't buy a car if you knew the top speed or it had a governor on it or some kind of ability to stop you going as fast, as you know, I want to tell my friends I can go from zero to one fifty and three seconds makes cool that's gonna cost. That's okay. I can't do it in a Volvo. I know you can go to zero to fifty or sixty fifty one fifty. I don't you. Listen. I want to go zero to one fifty three seconds. I am not going to actually do it. Because I'm not insane. But but I'd like the opera I'd like the I'd like I'd like to you'd like to know you had the ability if I needed to I'd like the option, so. Yeah. Right. You'd like the option zombie apocalypse happens. You're able to oh, I don't know act like you're a bond, Iran and just go one hundred fifty miles an hour, or maybe you're going to challenge your friend Paul Moseley to a drag race. I don't think I'll I'll I'll I'll do drag race with that guy. But I'd like the option of going one fifty if something, you know, if we could possibly to motivate you to go on and was like, a massive flood in Arizona, and it not run the water.

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07:35 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Got up and went out, and I covered them. All you put the thermostat up to seventy eight. Lysenko's over and he doesn't stay because you said it's too hot in here. I bet. Sweat lodge. Shorts and flip flops. My husband. He says out on the patio. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer MAC and Gaydos, political insider every Wednesday, let's get to this get out of jail free card that legislators have the Bill for legislative immunity is dead. We had Paul Moseley that guy was driving ninety seven and a fifty five we had Representative David Cook. He was drunk off his rear end. Do you know who I am? I've got legislative immunity. Why are these legislators? Why are they so stupid? Well, I think that most of the legislators are sitting in that building would not do that. I think that they would be totally embarrassed to pull out the immunity card and the bottom line is that it's in the constitution of Arizona. It was put in there during the old cowboy days, but it also protects the legislators from what I understood that. Habits legislators being sued for actions and decisions that they make in course of their governing. But that was always my impression, but the majority of the legislators, they don't do it. And it doesn't prohibit prosecution. It doesn't prohibit that. I mean, they can make instill prosecute you. Ninety seven miles an hour down that freeway, the cops an attitude that they're gonna get arrested. If you're going to be driving drunk, you're going to get arrested. I remember when I was in the house of representatives. There was a rural legislator. They got arrested. And they would let them come out to vote on the floor and then taken back to jail. Oh, really? Eighty two or eighty three you know, nobody in the right mind that is an elected official would tell a law enforcement officer. I've got legislative immunity. I mean, I was the officer either a right on the spot. I think most people don't want to humiliate their body that they serve in by saying, I'm a legislator elected by the people of Arizona. And this is how I asked former governor of Arizona MAC and Gaydos, political insider, Jan brewer joins us as she does every Wednesday. But aren't you disappointed that it didn't even get out of committee? I mean, even the governor said, you know, what it's time has come. We don't need it anymore. This is an antiquated law. Get it out. And it didn't even get out of committee. Now, they look like, yeah, we're gonna keep it because we want to get out of free jail. Call you look bad. Yeah. Well, he must have a reason for it. Because it could become a three ring circus down there in regards to something like this. Because I don't know if everybody really is read the constitution and how it's worded in there. And I did at one time. But I can't remember it clearly, but I do remember sitting and orientation and that coming up, and we thought well that that makes sense. But of course, are not above the law. Maybe the speaker decided that he didn't want to have a circus going on if the public wants to do away with it. You know, it's it's in the constitution. You can put it on the ballot. Even if they pass the Bill would have to go on the ballot for election to coming up. They might not want that on the ballot at the same time because all of the election rhetoric, but altered into legislative immunity. I mean as speaker Doris president you have an obligation to protect your members. I mean that's their job. And I think that's probably what a speaker. Ours is doing former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us yesterday. Governor Ducey joined us for his monthly exclusive interview, he said the families at hacienda healthcare want it to stay open. Governor is that a good enough reason for it to stay open mic and understand families. Not wanting to move their fragile loved ones into facilities because they do deserve the very best care. They're very vulnerable. It just breaks your heart. You know, if they have changed administration and people in charge over there and put it in oversight of different kinds of things. I think that the families are are happy with that. Then then then it's okay, I do, but as a governor d- still take into consideration the families, and what they want or do you just say look the research on the investigation that we've done it needs to be shut down. Facility it stop. It needs to be shut down. They need to weed out. All the terrible people that are creating and doing terrible things and they have site. Right. We read about the situation over there. I mean, it was out of control. That's what Doug Ducey said that he said, I want a new board of directors. I want a new CEO the facility itself does a good job in their hardworking people there, but the climate that was set I guess by the board of directors and the CEO that has to be removed, but the facility will probably stay open, and I can agree with that. I can't there's not a lot of at this level that can absorb all these people former Arizona governor, Jan brewer joins us MAC and Gaydos, political insider every Wednesday, Joe Thomas who is Education Association president, I think he's a total fool. He doesn't talk to teachers. He doesn't really know what? Teachers in Arizona are thinking he came out and ran his mouth today that you know, what maybe there will be a second read for Ed walkout over school funding. How would a second Arizona teacher walkout look. Well, I don't think it would look good. The bottom line is is that there's legislation in the legislature. Current may. To address some of those issues and then go down, and they can testify but the eight then save our school organizations by understanding. They haven't weighed in they we've made neutral, and as far as John Joe Thomas, you know, he's out there, you know, creating work for himself and the name, and I don't know the teachers that are listening to him or not. But I think they should be awful careful about walking out moving our kids without teachers again, they won that first battle. But dick continue down that could be very detrimental to our schools and for our children and for the families there could be a next time around. All right, MAC and Gaydos, political insider and the former governor of Arizona, make sure you protect your plants governor, it's gonna get cold outside. Thank you. I will. All right. Because always remember coming up tomorrow. It will be an ABC from team weather action day, that's a friend iris ceremony. And she is warning us. So make sure you're ready for tomorrow. What are we what are we doing? It will be an ABC fifteen weather action day. I don't know. But it's going to be bad. Doesn't mean stay inside. Call in sick storm. I might not come in. All right. Does it mean bring an umbrella? I don't know what it means means bad down the hatches, man. Do you even understand what Batten down the hatches is? Yeah, it's an old nautical phrase. Do you remember where it's fun? No. I do know this. We've got traffic with detour Dan, we've got news with Becky Lynn. And we're going to end the show with something with the call pop quiz. Okay. So are you? You're listening at home on the app in the car. Are you ready for a pop quiz, MAC and Gaydos? We've talked about the news for three hours and forty five minutes. But now it's time for us to quiz. You about the news six zero two two seven seven KTAR you call us now. We'll pop quiz. We've got a prize to right. I think we do actually. Yeah. All right. We'll tell you about that. In a second to seven seven KTAR. It's time for a pop quiz coming up next drive..

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09:34 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Geez. Thank goes over. And he doesn't stay because you said it's too hot in here. I bet. A sweat lodge. Shorts and flip flops. He says out on the patio looking. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer MAC and Gaydos, political insider every Wednesday, let's get to some local politics. It seems that this get out of jail free card that legislators have they the Bill for legislative immunity is dead. We had Paul Moseley that guy was driving ninety seven and a fifty five we had Representative David caulk. He was drunk off his rear end. He pulled the, hey, do you know where I am. I do you know who I am. I've got legislative immunity. Why are these legislators? Why are they so stupid? Well, I think that most of all the legislators there are sitting in that building would not do that. I think that they would be totally embarrassed to pull out the immunity card. But this story is not new something has been gone on in Arizona for a long time. And but the bottom line in regards to it. I think is that it's in the constitution of errors Zona. It was put in there during the old cowboy days, but it also protects the legislators from what I understood that it hits legislators being sued for actions and decisions that they make and of course of their governing. And I you know, I have not went back and looked at the constitution on this issue. But that was always my impression, but the majority of the legislators, they don't do it. And it doesn't prohibit prosecution. It doesn't prohibit that. I mean, they can they can still prosecute. You think that it's depends on who? And what officer stopping you? And how he feels that day. Go ninety seven miles an hour down there freeway and cops an attitude. They're going to get arrested. If you're going to be driving drunk, you're going to get arrested. If you getting up a fist fight or are you involved? You have to start a battery you're going to get arrested. I remember when I was in the house of representatives. There was a rural legislator. They got arrested. And they would let them come out to vote on the floor and then take him back to jail. Oh, really? Yeah. Homo after that was like an eighty two or eighty three, you know. So you know, it's been going on. But these are rendered stories that we hear about people saying, I mean, nobody in the right mind that is an elected official will tell a von forcement officer. I've got legislative immunity. I mean, I was the officer either restaurant on the spot. I think it's much broader than that. And it was always my impression when I I wouldn't do the legislature that it was you know, it was in effect because of the not being sued for your actions and decisions that lets us included in it. So maybe it involves a lot more than just saying, I've got legislative unity. I mean, most people wouldn't want to humiliate their body that they serve in by saying, I'm a legislator. I've been elected by the people of Arizona. And this is how I asked former governor of Arizona MAC and Gaydos, political insider, Jan brewer joins us as she does every Wednesday. But aren't you disappointed that it didn't even get out of committee? I mean, even the governor said, you know, what it's time has come. We don't need it anymore. This is an antiquated law. Get it out, and it didn't even get out of committee. So now, they look like, yeah, we're gonna keep it because we want to get out of jail, look bad. Yeah. Well, the he must have a reason for it. Because it could become a three ring circus down there in regards to something like this. Because I don't know if everybody really is read the constitution and how it's worded in there. And I did at one time. But I can't remember it clearly, but I do remember sitting in orientation and that coming up, and we thought well that that makes sense. But of course, they're not above the law. They're not above the lie. And maybe the speaker decided that he didn't want to have a circus going on if the public wants to do away with it. You know, it's a it's in the cross Joosten. I can put it on the ballot. Even if they pass a Bill have to go on the ballot. Then, you know, and there there you go for election to coming up. So they might not want that on the ballot at the same time because all of the election rhetoric, but I'll turn into legislative immunity. I mean as speaker Doris president you have an obligation to protect your members. I mean that's their job. And I think that's probably what a speaker. But ours is doing. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us yesterday. Governor Ducey joins us for his monthly exclusive interview. What he told us was he said the families at hacienda healthcare want it to stay open. And I had not heard that before. So I don't know if the governor spoke to them personally, but the families don't want their loved ones moved out of hacienda. Governor is that a good enough reason for it to stay open. I think that and I can understand families not wanting to move their fragile loved ones and into facilities because they do deserve the very best care. They're very vulnerable. It's a very vulnerable population. I it just breaks your heart. You know, if they had to change administration and people in charge over there and put in oversight of different kinds of things. I think that the families are are happy with that. Then then then it's okay, I do. But as a governor, do you take that into consideration when the? Final. When the final report comes out. We know what happened there, we know who is culpable. Do you still take into consideration the families, and what they want or do you just say look, the the research and the investigation that we've done it needs to be shut down. Well, I think you know, it's not the facility it stop. It needs to be shut down. They need to weed out. All the terrible people that are creating and doing terrible things, and they have fake the more. We read about the situation over there. I mean, it was out of control. Right. And that's what that's what Doug Ducey said that he said, I want a new board of directors. I want a new CEO the facility itself does a good job in their hardworking people there, but the climate that was set by the board of directors and the CEO that has to be removed, but the facility will probably stay open. I I and I can agree with that. I can't. And if the families that are good with it. I mean, there's not a lot of at this level that can absorb all these people, you know, from my regulation recollection. It's just there's just not enough facilities either. I mean, I don't know where they would move maybe spread out all over the place. You know? Premise become their home. But some of those people have been there forever forever and the staff some of the good status them there. Forever. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us. Go ahead. And and I understand that they're going to put in some oversight from and DCFS and regulations and licensing. So that's probably a good thing. Former Arizona governor former Arizona governor Jan brewer joins us MAC and Gaydos, political insider every Wednesday. What do you think about this story? Governor Joe Thomas who is Arizona's Education Association president. I think he's I think he's a total fool. God, isn't even know. It doesn't talk to teachers. He doesn't really know what the what the pulse of teachers in Arizona are thinking he came out and ran his mouth today that you know, what maybe there will be a second red red walkout over school funding. A he doesn't know what he's talking about. It never has a b he I think what do you think? It would look like if Joe Thomas was right here. Even though we know he's probably not how would ever second walkout is. How would a second Arezzo teacher walkout? Look. Well, I don't think it would look good. The bottom line is is that there's legislation in the legislature currently to address some of those issues, and then go down there, and they can testify, but the a then Dave our school organizations. My understanding is they haven't weighed in they we've made neutral, and as far as John Joe Thomas, you know, he's out there, you know, creating works for himself and the name, and I don't know if the teachers that are listening to him or not. But I think they should be awful careful about walking out moving our kids without teachers again, you know, they made they won that first battle, but they continue down that could be very detrimental for our schools and for our children and for the families, and there could be better next time around. All right, MAC and Gaydos, political insider and the former governor of Arizona, make sure you protect your plants governor trying to get cold outside. Take you. I will all right there. She goes the former governor of Arizona Jan brewer every Wednesday, hopefully, not at eleven o'clock at night. That's for sure up next Aaron Sona is bracing for a monster. Winter storm could it resulting you heading to an escape room. What keep skated listening to the show junior? It's going to be good. All right. Speaking of good, Becky Lynn, she's always. Hello. Go ahead. Amac from Arizona's news station..

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07:34 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"And we're gonna we're gonna ask her why she's against Trump's declaration the emergency on the border. I think she feels that congress did its job gave the president some money, and it should stop there. So we'll ask cinema about that. Coming up in fifteen minutes now, yesterday, Arizona governor Doug Ducey was in studio for his monthly exclusive interview with MAC and Gaydos, and he told us something about hacienda healthcare, obviously a woman. Incapacitated state raped gave birth. Nobody knew about it. And they've already arrested this pig who assaulted her should the facility stay open. And the governor told us something that we hadn't heard, and we're going to let you listen to that right here. We pick up the interview with the governor talking about hacienda. Take a listen hacienda healthcare. Why is the state is insisting on keeping it open? When when we look at it man from top to bottom, there were major problems. Do you want it shut down? Do you want the state to keep it open? There are major problems at hacienda health care. The reason we wanna keep it openness because our first concern is the care of the people inside hacienda healthcare. Some of them are incredibly developmentally disabled, and they've been there since they were three years old. Now twenty seven years old this this is their home. So what we want to make certain is that we've got the proper oversight from the state that they bring in a new management group that the board is replaced, but our care first and foremost is for the people that are inside how she end and we've also been communicating with their families. They do not want to move their loved ones. They want to have good care inside hoc- deal after what happened still after what happened. We're talking about the people that are oftentimes Gaydos in such a fragile situation. And like, I said this has been their home. They've lived there for decades that they would rather just see the proper care and oversight. And that's something that the state is going to continue to be as aggressive as possible. I just wonder if it is broken and cannot be fixed from the top down in so many stories about cover ups and don't tell us if a patient is ill. And if you do that, we'll pay you a bonus the CEO. I'd love to get a hold of the CEO and put them on the air because he's as cowardly as anybody. I've ever I've ever seen running away from the situation. Just to me, it seems broken. And I totally get what you're saying. It is their home. But could there be a better home for them? Move them into somewhere that is not corrupt from top to bottom is broken. And that's why I want to fire the senior management and remove the board. I think we've got good hardworking employee in there. That want to do the right thing. But this has just been terrible leadership terrible management and terrible oversight. And so that's my first preference. Of course, we have other options, but we've been working directly with the families to try to accommodate them. And what their needs are with the care. I for the patients. All right. That was governor Ducey with us yesterday about hacienda healthcare should the families have a say, I mean, I think the answer is. Yes. Yeah. You just can't kick the family mills street. But should they have a say, I mean, there are they close to it. You know, they have their loved one in the facility. It's hard to move them out. Right. There's not a lot of facilities like this. I mean, that's the other problem too. And let's wait until the investigation. Remember that investigation is still going on. Let's find out the whole scope of what's happened. So I like ducey's approach. Let's find out. I want the top people gone. But I know they're good people that work there. But I shut the place down yesterday. Right. Those people we got to find a place in there are places out there. It's just not easy. The other thing we talked to the governor about yesterday. You know, these legislators in the legend, your elected, political heroes. Yeah. You know, the the the the legislative immunity, remember Paul Moseley what ninety seven hundred fifty five. He's like, hey, look, I get it. It it seems that this Bill. To get rid of the alleged immunity is dead. It didn't go anywhere. We'll get out of committee. Here's what the governor had to say about that. We'll pick it up with you here MAC. It looks like nothing is going to happen with this Bill. I just don't understand why. Well, I take that back. I do understand. Why are you disappointed? It's not going to be repealed. And are you going to speak to somebody down at the legislature going come on this is an antiquated law? It doesn't need to be on the books and people are outraged by it. I don't think anybody in Arizona is above the law, especially the people that that make the laws myself included, it's early in the legislative session. What I wanted to do was say, I think we already have too many laws, and too many regulations on the books, and if we can put sunsets or repeal things that are unnecessary are chaotic or outdated. Let's get rid of them. And I don't think that we need legislative immunity. Have you spoke have you spoke to Representative Bowers? I speak to the speaker. Of course. The president of the Senate, and and all the members I want to be accessible as governor and really every legislative session every budget is a negotiation. I get to set a table and showing a gender in my state of the state, and these are some things that I think are important and things I think also that the citizens would see as important, but see the house speaker told the Arizona Republic that he doesn't like the governor coming here in our house and telling lawmakers that they need new rules of you need to repeal rules. What is this guy? What are we missing that? This guy is saying we don't need to change this. It's outrageous. We already know that we know that people are abusing it. Well, the first law that I passed MAC was the American civics act. And if you look at that act, it'll tell you that the legislature is a separate and Coequal branch. That's the respect I show those guys and I'd been able to work with them. But some of them if you look at the video tape of that when I announced let's get rid of legislative immunity somewhere enthusiastic about it. And someone we're not. So what we'll see. But we're going to do our best on this going. Knock some heads down there. Yeah. You need to crack skulls. That's what I'm talk. Yeah. Okay. That was a piece of yesterday's interview. With governor Doug Ducey, our monthly exclusive. I don't know if he's going to go down there and crack skulls, but you know, these guys disappointed at the legislature. They want to get out of free jail card because you know, if they go out and booze it up they wanna they wanna be able to not go to jail for that. Right. They want some kind of immunity and they want to be treated differently. But then don't bring it up in a Bill and then make it go nowhere, not even out of committee. You know, just say we're going to keep it. Don't play with us as as a as a voter bloc. Don't say, well, we need to get rid of this. And then you don't do anything about this needs to be on the ballot in twenty twenty and devote. Absolutely. Absolutely. They don't get it. You get out of jail free card. They don't deserve it. They haven't earned it. They're no better than anybody else. And they like to flaunt it yet. And they've proven that. All right coming up next Senator Kirsten cinema. She says President Trump's emergency declaration a harmful effect on Arizona's we're gonna ask her how when she joins us for her monthly exclusive interview next. Drive home, informed and entertained with MAC and Gaydos, KTAR news ninety three FM..

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09:03 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"If you missed the first part. It was a lot about Trump in the wall. And we'll any wall be built in Arizona. But let's move on to something that is happening in Glendale. We've talked to governor in you. You made a statement last week about the man who's a police officer in Glendale taste, the guy eleven times when you saw that video what what does your gut tell you? How did how did it make you feel when you saw the video? I was appalled by the video. I was I was shocked, but by the video, and I know a lot about our law enforcement here. And I didn't think it represented the law enforcement that I know in the state of Arizona. So I was coming out of an event at a school. And I was actually asked about it by a reporter. And that was the response that I gave as I want to see the proper investigation because I'm someone that is supportive of law enforcement, very proud of law enforcement in the state of Arizona. Of course, I've got responsibility for the state troopers. I think they're the finest that we. We have to offer an American law enforcement. But when there is a bad actor, I think it should be should be dealt with. And I just wanna make sure that the proper investigation happens. And if there if there is something amiss, if there's something wrong, people should be held accountable. You feel he should be fired. Well, I don't want to speculate because I I do want an expert in investigation on that. I think that it's it's going to happen. But I think we've seen in the last couple of weeks. Have we seen videotape and making too quick of a judgment and videotape when you get the whole story? So I want to see accountability on this. And I think this has been referred to the FBI. I'm certain will do a thorough investigation. And then I think you make the decision I'd due process. You know, governor it's interesting you bring that up because we were disappointed that the MCAA o or the attorney's office Maricopa County didn't reopen the investigation they gave it to the FBI. And I thought when you use the term whitewash this looks like it was a white. Wash investigation. I thought that was a message to the to the attorneys at the over to. Hey, let's look into this again. Instead, they go to the FBI were you disappointed in that? So I wanna make sure I'm right in the fact share, but how I was briefed. As the understanding was the initial investigation was at Glendale. And unless there's a criminal report around an officer because I think this was around civil charges of that it wouldn't be reviewed by the miracle county attorney's office, but I'll leave that to Bill Montgomery in terms of what his decision would be. But whether it's whether it's at miracle county or the FBI you've got an independent agency. That isn't isn't the Glendale PD right to me. I think that we'll find out what the facts are Doug ducey's in studio. Arizona governor. So we've had a couple of bad incidents with police this year. You spoke out about the Glenn Glendale case. Did you say anything about what happened to the Tempe? Kid a fourteen year old that was shot and killed by an officer. Did you speak out about that too? I've never been asked. Like, I said I answer the question about the Glendale situation because I was asked directly about it. I'm aware of what happened in champion. Boy, my heart goes out to that family. I can only imagine in this situation. How they feel my heart is broken in in that situation. You have an opinion on if the cop did the right thing or the wrong thing when he shot the fourteen year old in a back alley. I think these police officers are putting very difficult situations. And I I do trust when there's individual independent investigation. I think that's the only way to deal with these situations. Governor Doug Ducey joins us in studio for his monthly exclusive interview, you also spoke and this was from last year we saw that there's something called immunity of get out of jail free card if you will. Slate of immunity for the legislators down at the state capital. And you said it needs to be repealed in the wake of the public outcry, which you know, we talked about with Paul Moseley from lake havasu city and others who are using this privilege to avoid speeding tickets so on and so forth. It looks like nothing is going to happen with this Bill. I I just don't understand why. Well, I take that back. I do understand. Why are you disappointed? It's not going to be repealed. And are you going to speak to somebody down the legislature going come on this is an antiquated law? It doesn't need to be on the books and people are outraged by it. I don't think anybody in Arizona is above the law, especially the people that make the laws myself included, it's early in the legislative session. What I wanted to do was say, I think we already have too many laws, and too many regulations on the books, and if we can put sunsets or repeal things that are unnecessary archaic or outdated. Let's get rid of them. And I don't think that we need legislative immunity. Have you spoke have you spoken to Representative Bowers? I speak to the speaker, of course, and the president of the Senate, and and all the members I want to be accessible as governor and really every legislative session every budget is a negotiation. I get to set a table and showing a gender in my state of the state, and these are some things that I think are important and things I think also that the citizens would see as important, but see the house speaker told the Arizona Republic that he doesn't like the governor coming here in our house and telling lawmakers that they need new rules. They need to repeal rules. What is this guy? What are we missing that? This guy is saying we don't need to change this. It's outrageous. We already know that we know that people are abusing it. Well, the first the first law that I passed MAC was the American civics act. And if you look at that act, it'll tell you that the legislature is a separate and Coequal branch. That's the respect I show those guys and I'd been able to work with them. But. Some of them. If you look at the video tape of that when I announced let's get rid of legislative immunity somewhere enthusiastic about it. And some not we're not show what we'll see. But we're going to do our best on this. I'll go and knock some heads down there. Yeah. You need to crack skulls. That's what I'm talk. Yeah. Arizona. Governor Doug Ducey in studio on hacienda healthcare. Why is the state is insisting on keeping it open? When when we look at it man from top to bottom, there were major problems. Do you want it shut down? Do you want the state to keep it open? This. There are major problems at hacienda health care. The reason we wanna keep it openness because our first concern is the care of the people inside hacienda healthcare. Some of them are incredibly developmentally disabled, and they've been there since they were three years old. Now twenty seven years old this this is their home. So what we want to make certain is that we've got the proper oversight from the state that they bring in a new management group that the board is replaced, but our care first and foremost is for the people that are inside hacienda. And we've also been communicating with their families. They do not want to move their loved ones. They want to have good care inside. Hacienda. Bill after what happened still after what happened? We're talking about people that are oftentimes Gaydos in such a fragile situation. And like, I said this has been their home. They've lived there for decades that they would rather just see the proper care and oversight. And that's something that the state is going to continue to be as aggressive as possible. I just wonder if it is broken and cannot be fixed from the top down, and so many stories about cover ups and don't tell us if a patient is ill. And if you do that, we'll pay you a bonus the CEO. Yeah. I'd love to get hold of the CEO and put them on the air because he's as cowardly as anybody. I've ever I've ever seen running away from the situation. Just to me, it seems broken. And I totally get what you're saying. It is their home. But could there be a better home for them? Move them into somewhere that is not corrupt from top to bottom. It is broken. And that's why I want to fire the senior management and remove the board. I think we've got good hard employees in there that want to do the right thing. But this has just been terrible leadership terrible management and terrible oversight. And so that's my first preference. Of course, we have other options, but we've been working directly with the families to try to accommodate them. And what their needs are with the care. I for the patients governor Doug Ducey for his monthly exclusive interview as always governor. Thank you so much, and we'll talk to you next month. Thanks for having me. She next month. Thanks governor. All right. Mac. You know, what time it is? Yeah. Cracking skulls. No now, it's time for a pop quiz. So we've talked for three hours and forty five minutes about the news. Let's see if you know the news six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven call us for a pop quiz next. 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"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:19 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"All right coming up at five. Fifty. We're gonna have a pop quiz. See how much you know about the news. That's coming up in a couple of minutes. But let's continue our exclusive monthly interview with the Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone. You're telling us off the air about a great program that the Maricopa County sheriff's office is going to start. Thanks to a grant some money from PetSmart tell us about that. Well, not start the program the programs in existence. But right now, our mash unit where we keep the abused and neglected animals is an old antiquated jail not equipped for the care of animals. So since taking office and visiting it many many times over the past two years. I've been trying to find a way to privately fund meaning one hundred percent private dollars building new facility specifically to meet the needs of these animals because they stay with us for lengthy periods of time. It's not a typical kennel that you adopt them out. It is lengthy periods of time for recovery restoration socialization again. Them into the homes of healthy families. But that facility was horrible. He said it was an old jail. Yeah. And it's not designed for any of these things so been talking to a lot of different organizations and folks again because my commitment is how do we find private dollars to fund it no cost tax payers in the sheriff's will continue to operate in PetSmart came through like champs and gave us two million dollars to start the fundraising. We expect it's going to be about eight to nine million dollars to build this facility. It will be located on the Durango property, which is where all of our jails are in the inmates there that are deserving. We'll get a chance to work with the animals every day, and we're gonna have, you know, basically education on care and compassion grooming of animals in they'll be responsible to work with them. But we're going to target certain populations within the jail system. Moms separated from your kids veterans who deal with issues such as PTSD anxiety. We have a juvenile pod of juveniles remand as dolts, and we want to make sure that they have some activities socialization in that environment, recognizing they may have done some serious thing. But they're young adults. And and we want to have a healthy environment. And then those who are recovering from drug addiction. They're going to our mosaic programme because there are some organizations that believe that animals will help them overcome and deal with some of the exiled in recovery and give them responsibility. Correct. So they will they'll be responsible to go out there, and, you know, pick up pick up things left behind by the animals and to care for them. And we've already seen again, this is the program has been existent. So I'm not gonna take credit for the program. My predecessor built this out in the program itself with the hard work of the men and women did exceptional work, but the facility is unacceptable. So we're going to be fundraising until we come up with the total amount. And then we're going to build a property and the board of supervisors has been fully supportive, and we got some other potential funders who are excited about it. But community out there, you want to see us do something better for the animals. We care for try to reduce recidivism this pathway to do something unique Maricopa County sheriff Paul Penzone in studio for his monthly exclusive. We only have about a minute and a half left. Let me get to the posse. Cd enforcement posse there about two hundred and fifty. In only three went through a background. Check. We found that. I guess you found that some of the two hundred and fifty had domestic violence and assault and prostitution. How many of the two fifty you fired? Okay. So of the two talking about those are the ones that carry firearms QA posse. Right. So there were twelve I think we're targeting fourteen immediately getting terminated because what we did have on on the record that we could find him backgrounds meant they did not meet the standard didn't go through a background. Well, if some actually went through there's five different stages. There's a background of drug test polygraph, some different things that are the baseline requirements and angel through all of them for some folks, all they did literally we opened up files, and there was a check a personal check like a donation to the policy, and that was it and they were given the opportunity to participate so for an ethics standard is unacceptable. So I want to be clear the posse is a positive force multiplier for law enforcement because a lot of good people deserving of. The privilege work with us to provide services that otherwise might be might not be -ccomplish with our field Fourche. So the majority is good. But for those who are on the policy that are undeserving, and as an organization to have a set standard that has organization wide employees paid doesn't matter if you're deputy detention civilian as well as volunteers the baseline of ethics will not be something we will waiver on therefore for the posse members were targeting, you know, hopefully within sixty days to get the majority back, and we're hoping that within another sixty days beyond that I've everybody back, but it's not gonna be as if we wait till everyone's passed it. And then we put them all back and services at once when you come in, and you go through the process, and you get cleared your back out there doing what you're doing on behalf the organization prior to that time. But some people don't wanna take the background check. I'm sure yeah. There. I mean, we've heard back from some who aren't willing to do that. Then then they'll be detached from the. Yup. Participant on the posse. Sheriff Paul Penzone is joining us in studio wasn't there. One posse member that was arrested on Friday for domestic violence. Correct. I was one of the QA p pasta members also, and this is a situation where a background prior to that would not have discovered it. But because we're going to every two years runs through again that if as a community membranous, villian, volunteer if something does occur over time. You don't report it to us. We're going to find out about it. And we're going to separate you from the posse, or at least have some level of accountability. That is consistent with the issue of concern. Listen, traffic, excessive driving and tickets things that those are issues too. So it's there's a broad spectrum of things that we hold our employees accountable to and volunteers will be treated no differently because if you're going to put the badge in the patch in the uniform on you are going to meet the minimum ethical standard and be trained to meet the needs of the role, and responsibility you carry so somebody like a Paul Moseley would not be able to be in the posses which. Yes. Thank you. I'm just saying I thank God. Nobody confuses our voices. So they know that I was that. I see that guy jail. Sheriff good to see you will see you next next month. Thanks for coming in. Thanks gentleman. Have a great day Maricopa County. Sheriff Paul Penzone, his monthly exclusive interview. All right right now, we want you to call us at six zero two two seven seven five eight two seven because it's time for a pop quiz..

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"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

12:30 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Vocals were horrified. When the folks showed up at a nearby pub Murray said on Knicks knee giggling, she also went up to some youngsters young boys who were playing pool and grounder hip suggestively against them. Couple were wearing matching hats drank vodka, Jack Daniels and Nick went onstage to sing to songs by Elvis, my boy and suspicious minds. Everyone at the pump knew who they were and what had happened to their kids. And it was so disturbing to people that the management asked McMurray to leave in some people are so concerned that they even call the police, it's Ed horri- behavior. Truce? Investigators were able to watch their behavior, and it was recorded on the pub C C TV cameras. So further investigation found traces of gasoline on the close of Marin and Mick Philpott as well as Paul Moseley. So the three were finally arrested, and they were charged with six counts of manslaughter for the children's deaths. So they did go to trial in that began in February two thousand thirteen some of mixed friends said that he had been driving them to a darts match a few days before the fire when he'd gotten a call any told them it was someone threatening to burn down his house with the children inside. So he was setting things up. A short time before the custody hearing Philpott at gone to see the headmistress of the local school, and he told her that is children with Lisa would be back in his custody soon and might be starting school as soon as that following Monday. And he told the same story to several mothers at the school. He even added that he had something up his sleeve, so not subtle. At the trout. Lisa gave evidence from behind a screen didn't even wanna look at him. Did she now she testified that Mick had been bided her with texts and phone calls after the separation, and he'd been very threatening one of the other reasons why she might have been behind the screen is. So she wouldn't be recognized so easily by the public true. Is this a huge story as you can imagine. You're actually might come out looking. Okay. She escaped him. Yes. She did. But still who wants to be asked about it at all, right, right? You want to remain anonymous if you can. And then of course, like you said there's the threats which I'm sure were a big part of that. Very definitely. Yeah. So then Paul Moseley took the stand. He said that Mick let the kids stay up done the night of the fire to watch. Britain's got talent. Dwayne the eldest stayed up later to play pool of them. And then after all the children going to bed Moseley it had sex with a raid on the pool table. He said that he lift. Okay. He said that he I guess that's out for sexual encounters. No pool tables. Yeah. Now. Okay now, especially when friends are over. Oh, where we'll send them home for. Okay. Yeah. This was her having sex with the with the neighbor guy on the pool table, not even with her husband. Right. Not that that would be any better. Really? So never mind. It's all gross and Moseley said that he had left a victory roadhouse shortly after the sexual encounter in the pool table than there was further testimony that Moseley had offered a relative thousands of pounds to help them leave town after the fire now mostly denied this. I don't know where he would have gotten thousands of pounds anyway, but it could be possible because he told people a lot of things here. Now Marais she seemed oddly confident when she took the stand she said that she had loved her children at would never do anything to hurt them. But she was unable to explain why traces of gasoline had been found on her clothing that she was wearing that night. Mick Philpott said. That he rarely washed only splashed his face with water when he got up in the morning. So he claimed that gas on his clothing and sneakers could have been there for several weeks or even months, so while took the jury listen, eight hours to reach a verdict or three were found guilty of manslaughter. The judge accepted that there had been no intention to kill the children. The couple of believed that Nick faux pas could enter an upstairs window and save them. Then he'd be celebrated as a hero and Lisa Willis would be framed for the crime of arson, but he'd been unable to knock large of whole new window in order to climb through the fire spread pretty quickly and in created toxic gases, including cyanide and the children died in their beds of inhalation right now. Okay. I already mentioned that. I think you should have realized that fires are unpredictable and there there could be death. Of course, any adult should know this. Know how he's figuring that his ex girlfriend. Lisa would be framed. Right because she'd have an alibi here. He point the finger at her which he tried to do. But there's no guarantee that she's going to be convicted of Aisin now. I mean, it's just a waste of human life. These kids died for no reason. It's just so it yada. Now he wanted to frame Lisa and gain custody of the children, but he'd killed six. The jury only heard of the previous convictions after the end of the trial. So that wasn't used against him. He was sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum of fifteen years before he becomes eligible for parole. Any showed no emotion at the trial. The judge told him he had been the driving force behind the fire and add it your guiding principle is what Mick Philpott wants Mick Philpott gets. And I think that's at the core. This whole thing this is just a selfish stupid egotistical, cruel horrible human being. I think that's a fair assessment. And like you said people could say he was great with the kids. But obviously he didn't care enough about them. If he did this who was great for the kids as long as it suited him. Right. As long as he could play with them in look good in. Yeah. I agree. Well, interestingly enough as he was led away his sister. Don, shouted Dymock die. So even their families are just done with these people here, and he actually responded to her by making an obscene. Gesture I'm assuming he gave her the finger, but I don't know it was blocked out in the video footage. I saw so most of the relatives have publicly disowned him and they've grieved for their nephews and their niece while having to live with cruel comments from people just because they share the Philpot name marine Philpott and Pomo xlii were both sentenced to seventeen years in prison in November two thousand thirteen an appeal by Maria Philpott against the length of her sentence. Now. Not the actual verdict was heard the grounds of the appeal were mainly that Marin was under the control of her husband and could not exercise a free choice in her conduct. But this appeal was dismissed so Georgia Osborne who served as chancellor of the exchequer under prime Minister, David Cameron from two thousand ten to two thousand sixteen said, it was time for government and society to question, whether it was appropriate for lifestyles such as the Philpott to be funded by the taxpayer. So the shocking details of his benefit funded lifestyle which came out during the court case led to allegations of Philpot sought to manipulate the welfare system by forcing women to have large numbers of children to receive state benefits. He received the equivalent of one hundred thousand pound salary when his benefits payments were added to the wages. He forced his wife and mistress to hand over to him. But I don't think this is fair because most people on welfare are nothing like the Phil pets. And a lot of people felt that way. Like, this is not something that you should use to make your case about the benefits culture, Ed balls. The shadow counselor said the chancellor's decision to link Philpott s- crimes to the welfare state was nasty and divisive. And I agree. I mean, the welfare state really has little to do with this goes just if you could screen everyone who's up for benefits from the state, maybe you could pick out the bad apples, but to link everything to the welfare state is incorrect now, I mean, this is a horror of human being. And it's a totally separate issue from people who are workshy as they say. I mean, that's the least of his issues Mr. ball said that they should have a proper debate about welfare reform, but to link these benefits was really just not proper, and I agree. Stephen Timms, shadow work. In pension minister said it's wrong to link Philpott s- acts with the debate about welfare and George Osborne should not be doing so even implicitly. So yeah. As as you said the comparison of violent manipulative man with others are dependent on government benefits is unfair before the fire in the children's deaths debate sun-filled putz lifestyle, I think we're valid discussions when you have working people practicing family planning so they can afford to support their families. It does seem unfair for someone like Mick Philpott and his wife to continue having children they can't afford to care for. But then when you get to the manslaughter and killing the children, just a whole different issue. Exactly. So anything else to say on this case? And it's so sad horrible case. And I don't know. The punishment really fits the crime doesn't. Now. What do you think should have happened? I think Philpott should have gotten life without parole 'cause he's eligible for parole. Even though he's been sentenced to life in prison his eligible after wet fifteen years. Yes. So I'm giving him life without parole. Okay. Court. I'm giving Meridian Moseley probably forty to fifty years. Yeah. But that's only my idea. Okay. Dick's court. Yeah. While I wasn't even sure I want to do this case because it wasn't a planned out murder, but just the level of neglect in the disrespect in the irresponsible actions are just just as bad as murder. Really? It's terrible thing. Certainly is. Yeah. Okay. We'll thanks for having the discussion. Okay. Today's show has been sponsored by DT real protection when it comes to something as important as you family safety, you deserve real protection from ADT. Real protection means the nation's number one smart home security provider is there for you. When you need them. Real protection means eighteen thousand employs safeguarding. You no matter how you define safety. ADT? Is there ADT real protection? Visit ADT dot com slash podcast to learn more about how ADT can design and install a secure smart home. Just for you the music for true crime. 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"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"By the time of join staff. Investigators had found gasoline at the bottom of the stairs. So this was when the first clue came out that the fire had been deliberately started. And then of course, they looked at Philpott right away road. But it was Lisa Willis who's arrested after Philpott to make comments and suggestions that she was responsible for the fire as an act of revenge. But it was soon clear that she had no grudge against Marin or the children who she had actually cared for and treated as her own. So she had an alibi ended up being quickly released and ruled out as a suspect, and she seemed much more upset than Marie did. About her own children. No kidding. And she loved those kids. Of course, she taking care of them as their own for years as well. Some mickan Morad said that they had been with their friend Pomo xlii until one thirty AM when he left to return to his house. They said that they had fallen asleep in the conservatory while they were cuddling on the sofa, and they were woken up by the fire sometime after four AM, they exited the house from downstairs door, then they found a ladder and attempted to rescue the children who they thought were all in the back bedroom upstairs. So let's go out on a limb here and say, okay, we've decided we're gonna start a fire in this house to frame the ex girlfriend and get custody of those kids back. But then they don't even make sure that they know where the kids are. Right. So it's so careless. So the they might not be able to rescue them. Anyway, exactly. I'm just wonder was there Kahal involved. What was going on here? He was a pretty heavy drink. Ker? Yeah. He was wouldn't surprise me that alcohol was involved. Well, and Paul Moseley was involved too. We believe the other thing that recently, varnished, the stairway. Which was a great accelerator for the fire. L G. Yeah. I could imagine even if you think in we'll just start this little fire by the front door, and they'll be smoking will rescue the kids and be heros, a could spent pretty quickly with advice on the walls, and it did. And it was. And it was it was a fireball basically flew up the stairs into the bedrooms and the two parents weren't upstairs near the kids either. Nope. This is just a complete disaster though at the hospital. Mick Philpott was overheard telling his wife that it wasn't meant to end like this and in the back of a policeman. He was hurt asking rid are. We sticking to the story. Well, that makes me suspicious. Well, police were immediately suspicious. The evidence led to the couple's arrest on may twenty nine. I they were arrested for murder, but then the charges were later changed to manslaughter. How do you feel about that? I mean, I guess that's all they could do because there was no sign that these parents wanted the children dead. No. But I would take the stance that they should have known that setting the fire could have resulted in children's deaths. Yes. So I would have gone after them with murder. The I'm not sure how the law works in England that way, but I would think maybe negligent homicide, but whatever the case is this something you can try with. Yeah. We don't Bruton. I dunno know, no will in turn those arrests. Brought about a chain reaction people who knew the couple felt like they could share their suspicions with police. Finally, investigators put the Philpot sup in a hotel, and they bugged their room. So they were arrested. End. Intern those arrests brought about a chain-reaction people who knew them felt like they could share their suspicions now with the police. Investigators put the Philpot s- in Tel and they bugged their room on may nineteenth just over a week after the fire they listened as Philpott told Marie to perform a sex act on their friend, Paul Moseley. The thirties would later accuse Moseley of taking the guests lean can away from the scene of the fire. So he was in on it. He definitely was they believed that Philpott was using Marie to give mostly sex to keep him on their side to keep him from talking pretty cheap, doesn't he? Well, these people are not the best people bunch of idiots by that time. The thoroughly investigated Philpott s- background, and they knew that he had a history of reacting to things with violence and dishonesty if a woman left him, and they knew that he had a history of reacting with violence and dishonesty if a woman ever left him, and this included his attempted murder of Kim hill because the media was focused mainly on Nick and Meridian Moseley was not in the public eye much. He turned out to be a father of two who is living with his long term girlfriend Helen, and he was a longtime friend of mix both

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"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"Philpott was heard shouting in the background sounding frantic and distressed. Well, some neighbors did try to get the children save them. But they couldn't get through. They were held back by the intense, heat and the thick black smoke. This was an older house. I could imagine it wasn't really the safest as far as fires- go either. The were really some toxic smoke fumes coming out of that house. You're the fire department arrived within four minutes, which is really quick, but it was already too late in all six kids were found in their beds, and they had all been overcome by smoke. Inhalation Bill putz biological children with Marais ten-year-old Jade nine year old John eight year old Jack six-year-old Jesse and five year old Jaden were all dead marines older son from a previous relationship. Dwayne who was thirteen was barely alive. And he was rushed to the hospital now. Thing about this Philpott didn't really try to save the kids. So you can say he didn't purposely kill these kids. But he did nothing to try to help them not really him his own. Hide was more important him the children's lives posed. Yes. So paramedics carried all the kids into the yard and try to resuscitate them full put than broke through the crowd kissed. His dead daughter Jade then walked away. So that was the extent of his involvement at that point, and he stayed with myriad in a neighbor's house. So this was looked at very strange that the parents just walked away. They weren't there grieving over their children nothing. No witnesses were really surprised that they didn't want to be near their children's bodies or spend some time with Dwayne who had barely survived the smoke in might have been the only child they would have left had he survived. The police did take the couple to siege. Wayne at the hospital, but Philpot refused to enter. The boys room. He said he had to go to the custody hearing that day for his four children with Lisa Willis. So. Wow. So he thinks well, yeah, I six my kids are dead or five dead and one's dying. But I'm still gonna go to court go to court. So what's the thought process there any idea? Stupidity again. I mean, there's his to be more to this through simple. He's an idiot. Yeah. And and in our Cest in his mind, the importance of going to court where he could regain custody of the kids and the additional thousand pounds a month trumped any feelings. You might have for the dead people the dead kids who he was supposed to be very nurturing to which is really shocking bullshit, who's nurturing? I mean, he he treated his women like shit. Right. So he can make a play of being the doting father. But he didn't care about them anymore to cared about the mothers of. The kids. Yeah. Another part of this for me is that maybe he's more upset to think that Lisa would get away with this. And maybe another man would end up raising those kids, then he really is about the death of the children or actually having the children in his lives. I think it was a blow to his ego that she left him. That was the big issue with her if he'd left her behind that would have been fine. Sure, if the kids had died probably would have been fine to Renault that was. Yeah. But the fact that she left him with the kids and the money losing the money, of course, was just more than his little ego. Could take police were also quite surprised when he spent half an hour in the hospital corridor whispering to one of his friends, and this was Paul Moseley. They didn't know that Paul Moseley had had a threesome with the couple just hours earlier Philpott also felt up raid in the hospital hallway as Jane was fighting for his life and just after five of his children had died that morning. More than gross sell people were just really disturbed. See how this couple was acting. And at this point. I really can't have any sympathy from arrayed either. No, she seems to be kind of complicit in this doesn't she? Yeah. I think she's too far gone here. And maybe it started out that she was a decent person. But at this point, I just don't have sympathy for her. So

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"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:56 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Has given me by the constitution. I'd take that very seriously. There's a reason for it. And I want that reason for not abuse. Okay show. You're getting you're getting a conflict here the governor wants to get rid of the so-called legislative immunity. You've got state lawmakers that are going to hold onto as much power as they possibly can even if they don't need it day, they might so they're not gonna let that go. This could come down to a vote by us the voters something that gets put on the ballot. And we get to choose. Whether or not we would want to repeal this. So would you would you vote in support of repealing legislative immunity in the state of Arizona? We asked you that on our open mic line six zero two two hundred two seven three three. And here's what you had to say. Hey, Jason Glendale, maybe not a complete repeal because I'm sure there's something that's good for as far as the legislative immunity. But perhaps an upgrade is certainly valid at this point. It's it's certainly not the wild west it isn't. But what is it needed for like why why do we have it? I think the governor hit it on the head. It's unnecessary. It's a solution or a prompt solutions in search of a problem. And there's no problem here. This is a law that was meant to address something that's never happened. And I can't imagine a scenario with which it would happen to believe that there's some sort of conspiracy out there even today in two thousand nineteen where where somebody could. Have a lawmaker arrested and prevent them from voting on an important piece of legislation. It's so far fetched that I just can't imagine why we need a law like this overturning something on the constitution, though, is is a big deal. And we've got to ultimately put it to vote. If it goes to a vote, I can't imagine that voters won't overwhelmingly overturn this. I think seventy percent of voters would say, absolutely. It should be overturned. I haven't even Tony. And I'm calling from Phoenix. As far as the legislature is being held accountable. Get rid of this legislation that they can have immunity. I would support fully we're all human beings. We all make mistakes, and you should be accountable for that mind being held accountable just as a regular citizen, just because you make the law doesn't make it any better or any different. There's other costs more open mic line. Brought to you by Carol royse, the leader in Arizona real estate. We'll get your home sold guaranteed or show buy it for cash. Go to carolhasthebuyers dot com. I know that people like to hold onto power and lawmakers I might need it sometime. It's it's like why you keep that old sweatshirt. Well, you might need it at some point in time. I'm not gonna throw it away. Just yet because I'm I might need it. But here's the thing. We have more examples of lawmakers abusing this. Then we do of lawmakers being protected by it. So it warrants some investigation it warrants this discussion, I support the governor in his proposal to abolish it. And it doesn't surprise me. It's getting negative reaction from lawmakers because hey, the ones before me how did I wanted to just in case but come on? We we need to do something about this. I how about legislative immunity if the lawmaker can prove that they are being. Being impeded from vote in some way. Then perhaps. Yeah, you can call it just late of immunity, but if you're Paul Moseley, and you're driving home to lake havasu city capital journ, your hundred twenty miles from the capital at this point. And and you're going one hundred and twenty miles an hour, you can't claim legislative immunity. I just don't think you know, if you can actually establish that you being prevented from from doing your job is a lawmaker. That's one thing. It's another thing just to say, well, the legislature's in session. So for the next five months, I get to get away with driving a hundred miles an hour. That's ridiculous. And it's being abused. We all know, it's being abused. And if the legislature doesn't overturn it at least they should try to modify it. So that it does what it's intended to do even though it'll never be used for that. Right. You know, and hold my breath on this one. I don't know. I mean, the governor wants it. We'll see if it actually goes anywhere because the state lawmakers don't will vote on it. I'd vote for it. But. Well, we actually have the opportunity to do. So. I don't know. I my Spidey senses are saying now like this is one that will just kind of fall on the back burner sadly enough. Hey, if you subscribe to the verse Saint James, Pamela Hughes shell podcast, you can do. So right now, Android or iphone never have to miss a thing. It is brought to you this week by stampede plumbing. So what does a five or party? Yeah. Five or party? Have you heard of that parents some of them bent outta shape? Others think it's the best thing since sliced bread. Yeah. We'll talk about it. Coming up next after Bob McClay gets us up to speed with all the headlines. A our traffic traffic..

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"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"paul moseley" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News station. KTAR news. KTAR news on ninety two three FM. Get some perspective. Bruce St James and Pamela Hughes. We won't be much perspective to understand that. When somebody is in a position of power or they have power. They will do whatever it takes to hold onto it. And we know that our lawmakers are elected political heroes. Got some power here. Eros is strong words. I'm using that tongue-in-cheek RA come on. Now, Steve fever in there again from ABC fifteen joining me today, and you like I was watching the state of the state address with governor Ducey last week. And if you were listening to it here on KTAR versus watching it on ABC fifteen you may have gone a bit of a different perspective on one specific topic that the governor spoke about it was this take a listen. And how about we start with? Eliminating the most unnecessary law of them, all legislative immunity. We are a nation of laws. Not men. No one not me. No. Are you is above the law now as I'm driving in my car, and I'm listening to that. I'm going. Yeah. With the governor timeshare, but when you were watching it on ABC fifteen what did you see when the governor said that it was? That's great. It was a lukewarm kind of tepid response from from legislators. And is we're finding out. Now, a lot of these legislators are saying, maybe we don't want to give up this legislative immunity, not necessarily, and it's across the board to its Republicans its Democrats, and they're saying, no, no, we really should be exempt from certain laws during the legislative session. Even though we've never had a case where a lawmaker was actually impeded from a vote or any of the reasons behind this law. We've never it's never happened in the state of Arizona. I mean, this was something that was put in our constitution in nineteen twelve. And who knows what they were thinking in nineteen exactly we're sort of emerging from the wild wild west at that point. And and the idea was that some Senator coming from the outskirts of Phoenix in at that point. It was probably seven th street and van Buren. In their in their horse and buggy in the in the county constable pulls them over and keeps them from voting on a really important vote. And because of that we need immunity from these laws that's never happened. And the interesting thing to me is that isn't the sort of a slap in the face to law enforcement by keeping this law on the books and in saying that we really need this. Are we saying that law enforcement would do that today that they would pull somebody over for political reasons to keep them from voting? I I think it's just incredibly far fetched and we've seen the law. Abused state Representative Vince Leach out of two Sean says that the whole idea of this protection is to keep a police officer or a sheriff's deputy from detaining one or two lawmakers whose votes are needed. You could render our legislature nonfunctional really because the only time I hear legislative immunity being used is not because we've. Got crazy law enforcement trying to stop down at the capitol. I hear it Seve when it is. Crazy lawmakers trying to get away with something. Oh, I don't know like Paul Moseley. Remember this guy out of lake havasu? You don't remember? Let's go to the body Cam footage showy. Hundred and thirty earlier he.

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David Johnson of Arizona Cardinals to report to training camp, ending offseason holdout

Arizona's Morning News

01:33 min | 4 years ago

David Johnson of Arizona Cardinals to report to training camp, ending offseason holdout

"Desert Ford. Dealers sports desk here's Paul Calvi see all right so we have cardinals news and, it comes from the Twitter account of David Johnson really your. Former Pro Bowl running back right in God's hands now he. Tweets out primed and ready, to prove it hashtag. I'm back for memory contract holdout mandatory mini camp everyone wondered what it last into training camp. Bowl today is the day where you can report if you're a. Rookie you're a quarterback or you're. Coming off injury Coursey qualifies in that, latter category so David Johnson saying in God's hand now I'm back and I'm taking that. To mean he doesn't have a, brand new contract that's why it's. In God's hands and he hopes knock on wood he doesn't get injured news and, he's going out there to prove it could see you could go the other way though. To you could you could read. It either way As. For Zach ranking there was no doubt Strike. Three fog Addy thirteenth strike. Outs were great he was the man season I thirteen ks righteous two hits allowed eight money innings, for the two hundred six million dollar. Man six one win. By. The d. bag snaps at, three games scared they're back in second place a game and, half beyond the dodgers go into the cubs five o'clock today on ESPN six twenty AM and then tiger. Had the lead ticked off myself for sure I had a chance starting up back nine to do something and I didn't do it in a got away from me finish six Francesco Molinari is. Your British Open champion and that is sports KTAR news. Arizona's afternoon news with MAC and Gaydos governor Doug Ducey issued, an executive order. To limit immunity for legislators but should Representative. Paul Moseley actually respond to do sees, order.

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Prosecutors want suspected covert Russian agent kept in jail

Mac and Gaydos

02:07 min | 4 years ago

Prosecutors want suspected covert Russian agent kept in jail

"Killing your mom who you said was mentally ill because you're eighteen and had to. Defend yourself Arizona Politicians, man, amazing we've, got one. Arizona state Senate hopeful that killed, his mom with a gun says it was self defense, we've got another one who goes one hundred, and forty miles per hour on Zona highways Alonzo Moseley Paul Moseley sorry Representative Paul Moseley we've got a pervert in Don Don shooter who is running, for reelection after he got kicked out we've. Got something named David stringer, that says hey, not enough white kids in school we've got telly counts in who is absolute wacko? She wants to sue teachers for a not for for the whole thing it's unbelievable Most people would have one wacko. I just I just I you just rattled off five or four or. Five yeah You're listening, to the big. Four at, four. Four big blockbuster stories to start. The four o'clock hour we still got big story three and, four all right Becky Lynn is on Arizona's news? Station KTAR news flash four fifteen I'm Becky Lynn with three things you. Need to know right now prosecutors say a twenty nine year old gun rights activist who suspected of being a covert Russian agent likely was in contact with Kremlin operatives while, living, in the US prosecutors say Maria Boutin was seen by the FBI dining privately with the Russian. Diplomats suspected of being an intelligence operative just before he left, the US in March and Akron Ohio chemical manufacturing plant has exploded and caught fire prompting authorities to evacuate a large area around it the cause of the blast at. Emerald manufacturing is not known but all employees have. Been accounted for and there are no reported injuries visitors appear to be steering clear or shortening. Their stays at US national parks because of, pollution the Grand Canyon was included in this new study. You're never more than fifteen, minutes away from. Today's top, stories. On Arizona's news station KTAR news Look at traffic now with detour Dan in the. Valley Chevy dealers traffic. Center thank you Becky Lynn..

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