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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

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04:10 min | 2 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Move to kfc then i became shift supervisor at mcdonalds a kept working because i wanted to be able to provide for myself and provide for my older sister we're seventeen months apart ryan i wanted to be able to buy us clean underwear in new toothbrushes we wanted to be able to buy new school clothes so they kids wins talk about us so working saved my life it kept me focused and i know that were working day for me starting off as a janitor and being in fast food though they taught me resilience that's hot me customer service skills that taught me how to multitask that's how many how to work problems of problem solving its heart me so much and i just remained resilient throughout my life and kept going and i kept going to get my my doctorate in education because i knew that education was the one thing no one could take for me so i saw the dynamics of our world would business clothing and in in all of this stuff that happens in community but i knew that if i got my education that is something that no one could ever take for me so i'm passionate about workforce because workforce saved my life and that's the way i look at my job in the way i go into work every single day that workforce will be saving lives in our community you know folks are hope that you have been able to get a glimpse into the the content that is in dr dr alice princes passion for workforce and she just touched me in a way this was a little bit shocking because i did not know the piece about your grandfather the reason that that gives me deep pause is because at nine years old i started going to work with my grandfather at night my grandfather robert l boyd worked all day down as a porter in the old mercantile bank building but at night he was a janitor and he cleaned a number of office buildings at night and often because he was an older guy alone i said grandpa i wanna go with you and one of the things that that did for me at a young age was it taught me a work ethic because my grandfather you would've thought he was a janitor or a cleaning at the at the ritz carlton he was impeccable if i missed a spot he and so he is in stealing in me you know and and so it was a fascinating experience and i went on very much like you dr prints to develop a work ethic where i was going to do my work with a certain sense of pride and dignity no matter what the task was and i was going to you know couple that work ethic with my educational pursuits and my grandfather used to always tell me one of the things i want you to think about is you can always work with your hands but i want you to work with your brain and he would drive that into me from the time i was nine and and even though my grandparents had nine children i was their grandson i was the one they constantly pushed you're going to work but you're going to get an education and so much like your journey mind started with spending some long nights all over the region cleaning building my grandfather was he was a go getter i mean he had five or six buildings and we'd get in a car and we'd clean buildings and i'd come back at eleven and just for those that are wondering yes he would make me do my homework before we left and then we'd work and so that helped me develop work ethic that i still sort of inherently just naturally apply today you have become one of the most critical people in the workforce conversation in the same louis metro area i like that you highlighted without borders i also know you're traveling the country from time to time speaking so your perspective is not just parochial you're looking at what's happening and what can be done and you're innovating not enough people have a contemporary right now perspective on the saint louis agency you ron slate the acronym they think about what it used to be or summer jobs for kids it is not that.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"News that's now story golf as claimed their land back covered by lava concise encourages no collusion democrats that make up the molar team are trying to frame him she has getting relentless in her fight for me to start over malania trump doing summit in singapore fm news talk got it ninety seven one welcome back to insider talk i'm your host rodney boyd our guest today first time on the show folks senator andrew caney senator kennedy represents the fifteenth senatorial district kirkwood glendale that the general area and beyond encompassing some one hundred and fifty thousand missouri and so pretty big swath of territory that you represent sir and i appreciate you sort of laying out in the first segment some of your passion some of your political philosophy and it's important and you also at the end of the last segment we talked about some of the toxic things that are going on intraparty in look it's just human nature that when people have passion about whatever issue that passion can sometimes cause a friction and that's and that's in some ways i think that's healthy as long as it doesn't get too destructive but when you think about some of the intra tensions going on within the senate and between the senate and the house what do you think is driving a lot of the that toxicity as you described it today well there's i believe there's there's some members of maybe the executive branch or in the senate themselves that has taken some things too personal and it may be an attack has happened and instead of weaken it to about the issue they've taken it personally and i think that's destructive towards corridor goals in working together however you know there is there is some good things about that is the senate is designed to slow things down and prevent bad legislation from happening and so that part of it is is a healthy.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Criminal burden that the seven eminent jurists would have to adhere to its debt is absolutely correct rodney no that is right it's it's in the context of indictments it's one one famous new york prosecutor remarks that he could get a jury to indict a ham sandwich but but the standard is not as high indictments often or are done they usually are done behind closed doors where the prosecutor presents his side of the evidence to the jury the grand jury without without the other side being represented so so yeah charges can be filed but then the criminal standard which is the standard that those seven judges would be held to is beyond a reasonable doubt and that that that is a high burden and that's that's why you know i i think there's been early in the process there was this thought that oh the house is going to speech the governor he's going to be gone in a couple of weeks it's going to be a much long and and and i hate to say traumatic process then that i try to tell people the hardest thing about situations that there's no context for is you're creating the history like we are yeah fifty a hundred whatever years from now if there's another gubernatorial impeachment this will be what people will look back to and we have nothing to look back to in this context so it's often a challenge when you are the the era that is creating the history than others will look back to to figure out how this is done or not done so to speak all right this is the first time this has ever happened in missouri history the closest thing to it in recent history is when secretary of state judi moriarty was impeached for for backdating her son's filing for state representative but that was a little more a little more straightforward already she pretty much right away admitted that she had done it it was pretty much agreed upon by everyone both parties that that that rose to the.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"The greater good for the state of missouri and i think the legislature should be commended for voting in a bipartisan way to pass a balanced budget yet again yeah no i think that's right and even if you read the headlines about you know whether or not the legislature quote fully funds the foundation for formula that was you know that was a difference of about one percent in the you know so so we really i mean and and at the end of the day we did balance the budget and no one no one was suggesting we overspend in do otherwise you know again unlike our neighbors to the east so i think we have a lot to be proud of and on the budgetary franz and i for one i'm fully committed to doing that in the future years senator everyone would ask me people who don't really come to jeff city or the common question from the you know almost early inception until friday was can they get anything done with the distraction or is the legislature able to function there were constantly questions were being asked by the press of you all in leadership and you know people like ron would say this the ship was stay steady in florida kiho and speaker richton kept saying we're going to get our work done and people continuously asked the question can the legislature work while the proof is in the pudding as they say you all did the work but just for some context how distracting if at all was it for you all for you and your members to do the work that you were there to do with the distractions from the governor or was it sort of able to compartmentalize.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"The tax code so can we so i think there's a lot to learn from what can kansas has done and i don't think anybody in the missouri general assembly has any intention of going down the same road that will create a massive massive budgetary crisis we're going to go about this in very thoughtful manner and actually over the long term over the long term senate bill six seventeen after the initial cuts are made the well actually phase out the income tax completely it'll take a long time because we need other revenues to slowly replace what the income taxes providing it may not happen entirely to the year almost twenty seventy but it will put us on a path of cutting taxes and it would make missouri the eighth state in the country to not have an income tax in the first date that's ever successfully transitioned from having an income tax to not having one you know you've touched on a critical variable that i i wanna talk about for the the rest of this saying and maybe into the next segment when you talk about the government and taxes it's a spending problem right so people and when i say suspending problem i mean people get used to the government spending a certain amount on certain things and it's very difficult as we're saying with the healthcare act now to take things away from people that they have developed an appetite for right so how do we have this conversation that you're pushing forward on tax reductions and eliminating taxes how do we have that without tying to the broader conversation about what the role of government is now some of it if you pass your bill won't be forced to have but i think we ought to have it also simultaneously about the role of government and how we're spending the people's money i mean a lot of the things that that we spend money on we haven't really had an internal assessment of is this really the right role for for government is that conversation going to happen simultaneously or will it come after your bill passes or what are you what are your thoughts on on not having the kansas problem.

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Austin bombings: Killer left confession, police say

Insider Talk with Rodney Boyd

01:54 min | 3 years ago

Austin bombings: Killer left confession, police say

"Poll which also says there substantial support for specific measures to reduce gun violence the poll of more than a thousand registered voters was conducted last week those same voters weighing in on the crisis with north korea full respondents by more than two to one or in favor of a meeting between the president and the north korean dictator the split is over what may come out of it forty two percent say president trump will broker a better deal to only twenty six percent for kim jong un however when asked if a result will be north korea giving up its nukes three out of four people say no right now forty one percent say they approve of president trump's tough stand with north korea that's up from thirty eight percent in january but still about half forty nine percent say they aren't liking how the president's dealings with kim are playing out grenell scott fox news the suspect that police say was behind multiple package bombings in texas apparently confessed a twenty five minute recording that mark anthony con left on his cell phone shows that the suspect suspected serial bomber was a sick individual there's still a lot of questions swirling around the motive behind the bombings including the suspect chose his victims on purpose or at random authorities say the recording did not mention racism motive even though the first three victims were minorities but they're continuing to investigate that's fox's will car the bombs killed two people stormy daniels has something to say and she's going to tell sixty minutes stormy daniels whose real name is stephanie clifford says she had an affair with president trump about a decade ago the interview will air as lawmakers fight over nondisclosure agreement clifford says she signed in exchange for one hundred thirty thousand dollars fox's rachel sutherland the white house denies the affair pam who sell fox news radio comforts service heating and cooling weather the.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"As schools across the country prepare for possible student walkouts this week the white house plans to announce measures it supports to make school safer some of the policies the white house is expected to support include raising the minimum age to why a long gone up to twenty one allowing school staff to be trained and carry weapons and are also expected to announce their support for some legislative proposals over on capitol hill like fix the next bill and the stop school violence act fox's ellison barbara at the white house the move follows the valentine's day shooting at a florida high school that left seventeen people dead if north korean leader kim chunghoon is serious about sitting down with president trump there's a few things he needs to do care conduct nuclear test scott to stop the missile testing that he he's been hard at for the last two years he's got to continue to allow us to perform are militarily necessary exercises on the peninsula cia director mike pompeo i am very glad to see the trump administration turn in the direction of diplomacy and the principal reason for that is because there is no military only solution to north korea senate democrat elizabeth warren of massachusetts also raising concern that the president might be taken advantage of by the kim regime both pompeyo o senator warren on fox news sunday it would be a tough go but senate republican jeff flake believes president trump should be challenged in 2020 by a member of his own party republican party has the trump party right now but that's not the say it will say that with senator flake on nbc's meet the press the president offering a preview of his reelection bid unveiling the slogan 'keep america great fox news fair and balanced mm listen my life changed because someone was there to get me to use drugs no one can understand whether or not they have struggled with addiction themselves people seem to think that having someone who listen is going to help make it better i'm realising that i i need help i'm listening i need help i'm realizing that i think that having someone who listen is going to help make it better.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"You know i i really appreciate you walk and do the because that is a slum is fundamental distinction that gives lost in this conversation and you really late it up very very clearly that you use the conversation one about tax because we you dealt with within fourteen i really liked the fact that which you're talking about as you said is what we should tax and how our tax code should work and i agree with you transparency will be paramount but then also looking at these other factors is important and so where is the legislation in the process because this is a question also that people or you know now that there is a sort of a revamp the federal tax code people are asking well all we gonna get a new tax structure in missouri and worse the bill so yeah so it actually on the senate calendar on thursday got placed on informal calendar all that means is the informal calendar they can move to whatever bills on the informal calendar and uh on the the regular calendar they have to go in order so we've hit it on the regular calendar it got laid over placed on informal and i i would expect that this coming week we would go to it it is a very heavy left um if she is when you're when you're shuffling around a billion dollars um sometimes you just don't know what's going to happen when it hits the four you can go around and talk to you know fifteen senators and can have a plan together playing together and and try to implement it implemented but some time you just don't exactly know however you're so you're going to react to it done a goes back to your point about the senate being a deliberative body that goes a little slower because you can you have the time analysts people but it is certainly commendable work when you guys are trying to figure out how to take the tax code make it a little bit more a digestible for regular folks and actually revamp what we tax so that the state could be competitive we have to take our final break after the break i want to talk about some other things you're working on i know you have a passion for education you sweat it mentioned that today and i want to get your take on what's happening nationally in the political landscape and and really.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"So weren't went when hacker first of all i i told about hack coded wire higher near neutral simple maintain abroad bay in one added fable now there's actually coup question when you're doing tax reform that you need to ask yourself their tax cuts and that's something that we better a bill that i carried in two thousand fourteen cut missouri income tax for the first time in almost one hundred years and we've seen the first wave phase in a vat this year may have triggers in there so the tax cuts only happen when lebanese though up and then the second question is what should tax now i think this discussion with tax reform is more on that that second piece is what should we be taxi and that's a that's a little bit different than packs cuts were trying to design a bill that is close to revenue neutral um but make our state much more competitive um we're doing that by warning the individual income tax significantly so that way when you don't have that kind of like sticker shock when you look at our tax rate and i think that absolutely will make our state more competitive um but we're also getting rid of federal deductibility of income taxes there's also on the corporate side now this can get pretty deep in the league um there's something called the way corporations actually uh pay their taxes there's a there's a what's called a single factor or three factor so they calculated on sales property and pay will and what we're doing its work or changing it too how you factor um together calculate all so yes third from each um if you packed away or a single factor is just sales so right now companies can choose what they how they wanna do it more changing to a single fails factor so that way corporations that are outside and say well actually pay the full corporate income tax that actually generates about a hundred and forty five million for the state then what we're doing will lowering the cork corporate taxes and what that does incentivize corporations to be new state of missouri rather than outs been pain a a lower tax by being outside the state of missouri.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Sunday the proposal has been heavily panned by world leaders and by members of the president's party some who say china needs to be targeted not our allies you're letting china off the hook china wins four we fight with europe chadha winds when the american sumer has higher prices because of tariffs that don't affect chinese behavior senate republican lindsey graham of south carolina on cbs's face the nation politics briefly shifting to the back burner last night at the annual grid iron dinner attended by the president and members of the washington press corps the president saying it was the most fun he had had with the media since seeing their faces on election night the president also gotha laughs were poking fun at recent departures in his administration say i like chaos it really is good who is going to be the next to leave steve miller or malania fox's lauren blanchard in washington in between jokes as serious reference to north korea from purportedly when all script instead of north korea quote i won't rule out direct talks with kim jong un i just walt as far as the risk of dealing with a madman is concerned that's his problem not mine he went on to say and they by the way called up a couple of days ago in said we would like to talk and i said so well would we went you have to de nukii half to de nuke first fox's ellison barber talks will happen between north korea and its southern neighbor a south korean delegation heads to pyongyang's on monday fox news fair and balanced.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Because to me it looks like the expectation is hey kid don't be a school shooter as con aware has to stop because if we start yielded abuduah yes and fans love i thought you for who you are or whatever that is to you whatever you are usually love that well let's not really true there are lots of things about ourselves that as we age we learned that their thing you know you learn your tendencies year the things that make you will likable person the things that make you and unlike will person and it's okay to set expectations we should be setting expectations there should be some type of moral standard that we all agree on but for the last probably 10 to 20 years twenty i would say that at we've got to the place where how dare you set an expectation for somebody else's child dog dogan avodados this whole new mindset of of sort of relativistic morals right and so we shifted or shifting more comfortably dave into this space where it there is no objective right or wrong is like whatever's right for any was rife for rate tried for that's what we gotta get to in how dare you say to me that something i wanna do is wrong because you don't believe israel and so this relativistic the perspective allows for a real lack of a moral standard that people have to be held to so kids now if you tell them the hideyuki you you you know you shouldn't do this or you shouldn't do that then they push back in in truly we've we've discovered especially with the difference in administrations for president obama the democrat that's owning the presidency then and now trump owning it now it's whoever has the power makes the rules and sets the expectations and it's not even a it's not even i'm not even saying that in a begrudging way to president obama but when the democrats were in power when the progressives warren power we had a progressive expectation and now that trump is in power we have a little bit more of a conservative expectation when you have religion in the mix which we don't because we've worked very hard to separate the church and the state but when you have religion in the mix you.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Welcome back to insider talk i'm your host rodney boyd and today we're talking to senator bill go folks that em than paying attention especially if you're missouri resident are legislature has when back into session they started last week and the issues are significantly important to every resident personnel lives in missouri because these are the policies that are going to govern your daily life no more important policy conversation at the federal level or state level than a tax policy and i appreciate center aigle who is the sponsor of senate bill six seventeen which is going to take a look at our state tax scheme and try to reduce some of the burden and streamlined some of the collections in a way that leaves more money in your pocket then goes into state coffers and that has a lot of anc surrounded from people who look at this system of with the government's bands and what they get out of it in relieved are afraid of losing something and it's funny because people that have that fear were already losing something we know missouri you talked about the population in the 2010 since as were we were were flat so what that meant was if a state wasn't flat like a taxes who picked up four congressional district or other states that were growing vape all resources away from us not only human resources in dollars and talent but we send all that money to washington dc and warba goes back to other places that are going and we do so we're losing we're losing were losing under the current structure and missouri as a state i think a of always been baffled by us because we have some of the most talented people and institutions on the planet us in the country and we should be punching way above our weight i mean we should be leading on you know all these variables that make a state great education family home and we have pockets of that what on par were not leaning so from your perspective when you look at i said before the break when you look at you know mississippi in their economic development louisiana georgia these southern states that we you know there was a time when we were.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Make because we are going to end up investing on the back in and what i'm talking about is your israel will house it costs about twenty three thousand dollars a year to house a young person or any president in our state prison system and by the time you get to we as taxpayers yet to spend that twenty three thousand on average seven years or more we've probably spent a hundred thousand and a criminal justice system to try to keep them from getting there so is not a resource that we don't have resources we are spending the money today going to roberson do you agree that we are spending a tremendous amount of money today that could be reallocated toward solutions i totally agree uh you mentioned uh cancer in the way to get rid of cancer is detected early and from a law forced from police perspective we have to focus on being a proactive would clamming now we do climbed stop reacting to climb if if if if we go out here and we get a little uh police cars and we intervene in in in develop relationships with our young people and in early detection and early documentation early intervention and and and expose those issues to social workers such as in and and people that have the community so such as james and he's is dive the all the g relative to gives model outreach in their agency model filed we we can be successful and make some leeway have somebody whistle successes dealing with people and stopping criminal activity in these young people before they developed into career criminals and that early detection and intervention with the dish enough resources to that family in those individuals as was needed to stop the violence the perpetuation of violence and continuing violence when these individuals great you know we we object to overhaul social concerns the these social service construct uh it is not just st louis the every major city in america uh the social service construct is outdated yes we administer social service the same way he was administered in the 80s where social service organizations sit outside of the neighborhoods and they say if people need help and they need to come to us will they're not coming right and so when we think.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"The status quo name needed any of the president's large in the items healthcare reform tax infrastructure passed as you indicated that the kgb idea there will be some more contentious primaries take shape marin holiday see junior road no it will spread like wild flower crosscountry is when we get into january it's time for people who on iran to come up i can tell you that what'll happen from the end of this if there's an unsuccessful taxi efforts session to the beginning of next year is a is a massive recruitment campaign to on fire people who will definitely make sure that tax reform and health care and all these other things get through whether they can win or not as yet to be seen but it will have valley rooting against it all here right because he wants to be able to come in the danes ac could i mean it's hard to sign up online i would say knees schizophrenia found in a one hand he wants to presidents age under the past because that he was one of the architects of it but on the other hand he's ready for it when it doesn't to know what went to the next level of of restructuring congress rate home as he sees what a notice was there or woman i'm happy uh all of whose two thousand eighteen gene but does a lack of the low voice they look and look at things in politics in life tony allen of course the most is as an '80s sorry but not to trump supporters whatsoever sent year four naked in a fab support trump absent you iraq the inaugural team old of nonserbs to form that i still they woman amid left out in every facet of madam would uh uh uh or not this all happened not to support donald trump x comes with one of the territory speaking of women can we talk about late in your life gloves job uh own talking about too much but.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"To slaves was it was role what was left over from a big alarm rugged are you an online so some of that is true dress part today now we got a younger group now some people get out go to a grocery store because some people who somebody's neighborhood because this is a rat or imprisoned in their homes or everybody could go up to get the food chores argaman are grew up with my prayers we were the first black film it'll all white name one thing my mother always to the hospital the cables plays for people to go give it will have to go to jobs labels a swore mark other too cheap plays that's what we must from the boat and quite a bit was for the person old i'm not dutch or personal towards the good enough vegetables with meat milk can some people people unemployed us the biggest unwieldy let's talk about job changing dishes radically here harvey weinstein open up the for a real oh the floodgates with sexual harassment and installed analogies it seems like it's everybody in hollywood directors and producers and actors is this a holy good thing like okay great let's clear the decks in it and you know is there any downside to this oh yeah i think it was now there's no downside to this because whether we know about it or don't know about it doesn't have any bearing on whether it's actually occurring and clearly you know kevin spacey what we've heard about him in that has been going on since the eighties he's okay though he's gonna rehab okay so he comes out his gay and perhaps to the lgbtq community for being like woah you're going to back yeah no that's not how this works which was awesome to see the backlash there but i am having a like an a like an hit fanie regarding this whole harvey weinstein and everything that has followed because we hear from folks in hollywood they like talk to us like they know.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"They have you know the way pruitt has to pull back some of the epa stuff has got the oil and gas industry quietly very happy and now they're making all kinds of investments trying to things we don't you about oh nazzal will look as a kind of boring and but those things matter okay being a political guide lobby kind of guy which truly managed more the big giant splashy things like healthcare in taxes or the hundreds of small things like the rigs slipped so for the for the for the stock market every day the rigs matter for the stock market longterm the tax and health mack but so you're going to continue so as long as they're the the rules and race or repealed way companies feel like they're frieda the guy the suit what obama did was he create an environment where companies generate a lot of cash and they held it okay now that the regular off and some of the restrictions are off companies are now making investments they feel like at the minimal there won't be any regulatory problems for the next four years and they also feel like they can invest with now the president in order to continue this macro increase has to work with congress on the things we do see like the healthcare and the tax can follow me in this i don't consider myself to be an ideological guy i have values and beliefs but i don't have true ideologies when it comes to politics i consider myself theory practical so almost to the point of it did if we were all lawmakers we sat down we're talking about a bill that i would be so ignorant what the ideology was that i wouldn't be very good party guy i would look at insee boy the cog in this when seemed like an shively makes sense win these guys now the true power outages are talking about tax reform and health care seems to me like it's the opposite did they're not really looking it the nuts and bolts of it it's how does this fit my ideology and how does this fit my paradigm and and by my constituents that so dave actually are one of the most of the members of congress probably are a lot like you but here the difference so let's put yourself in congress now you could be a guy this not ideological but.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Of the institution of technology and social media in our country now inability to have real tam information unvetted information in light of cases pass from one country globally in the video and audio in audio that people are hearing seen listening to a you see the police officers in these confrontations that affects me to read and to be judge in say the police deity that dole that's a brawl brush that you pain they don't say will the new york police did it on the michigan police did deity or the texas police a say the police were because you have a situation in that happens in one community in protest powerball lower because of social media yes without people having a chance to actually reflect on the substance of what happened isn't it moshe no response yes that has translated into police officers being castigated as bad guys in communities were maybe there hadn't even been an incident right of violence so we have to take off on a break after the break i want to talk about some of the solutions i wanna talk about some of the things that you know or working when you are out here and you're talking to be people every day before the break i just once i want before the audience to think about this think about with all the civil unrest that we've experienced in our community since two since since the mike brown incident that went on for months and months and months just imagine your steph yourself standing on the front line of a protests in your standing mary your ordered to stand in hold your brown and then you have citizens that are in your face there are actually cursing you out and call you some of the most unbelievable names that you could ever imagine in ashley spitting on you in kicking you and you stand near you take that as long forcement officer in the year indeed in what does that do to your minnesota mental psyche in his donkey for hours will you saturated with with spit think about that as well we'll be back after the break under ninety seven one cough shut less and check out the deemed glover show halloween pre all the gray stories from paranormal investigator shoes a highly when film offs or the to build your.

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"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"rodney boyd" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"A lot of change in the role of a police officer and i i often reflect on this idea has been a few years as municipal prosecutor got to work a lot of police officers and even since then late 90s two now the demands and the expectations of a police officer in my opinion are almost saw unrealistic police officers now rather than simply that the oh module protect and serve police and enforce the laws now there's all these other variables that go into what at police officer is expected to do in some cases they are expected to have these social workers steals uh healthcare skills uh you know deescalation scale made a lot of different expectations because of of how jeep a lot of others aspects of society have in some communities broken down so i wanna talk to you about one how will we how we uh or careful of what we expect from officers and what kind of training or offices getting today to prepare them for not just the core service but all these other things that has a lump dawn when they get a call and go into a situation that requires them to be not just a law enforcement officer but as i have pointed out a few moments ago maybe a social worker in some cases a pair in some cases the d escalator of the situation that doesn't really call for their law enforcement role so we'll pick this up on the other side of the break because i think there's a lot more to policing today than most people appreciate we'll be back with more insider talk i'm your host rod he board our guest today of former chief now academic leader leader of the regis system achieved an ice and the intention of to date newstalk ninety seven one two do.

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