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California's Recall Election Is Set. Can the GOP Oust Newsom?
"Larry elder my former colleague on the salem radio network. He has now left because he has felt a calling. I'll talk to larry. I'll talk to all the candidates including kevin faulkner today All of the steerage candidate. I will talk to them in the course of the next two weeks because i think all of is going to be deeply deeply interested in whether or not a big blue state governor who botched cove ed who washed public education who botched spending in. Ppp and who have not done anything about drought or infrastructure paralyzed. California been paralyzed by Just ten years of jerry brown and gavin newsom. I think they're going to rise up and throw gavin newsom out. I have no idea who's gonna win. I'm not going to be involved in moderating debates and so. I'm not going to be involved in in endorsing anyone but i'll bring everyone along and asked them all the same question. I can be meticulously fair. But larry elder had been tossed off of the ballot by some by that. No nothing no name secretary of state. They're afraid of larry. Juicing turnout obviously and not just in the african american community but across the spectrum larry is a is a great an inspirational figures life stories. Very inspirational if you've seen his movies if you read. His book listened to his show for decades and decades. He's ubiquitous in california. They didn't want him on the ballot. They tried to keep moth. He was ordered onto the ballot at the same time Kevin faulkner wanted accurately to record. His title is former mayor san diego and they wouldn't let him put that on there. I don't know what it is. I'll ask him today. What his title will be coming on today in the last segment of the show. But it's going to be a big race. It is going to be a serious raise at the top is doug osea a former congressman larry elder and kevin falkiner john cox former republican nominee for governor. Caitlyn jenner is a serious factor in the race. Kevin kiley who led the recall petition gathering. Dr kevin kiley is a serious figure in the race. All of them will be invited. On the hugh hewitt show as. I'm sure they will be on every talk. Show throughout california and the debates will tell us a lot but right now the media the mainstream media the blue bubble media the los angeles times and the sacramento bee. They all why either believe there's no reason given coast in that ain't true francis the prop thirteen moment.
Doctor appears in court video call while performing surgery
"Is being investigated after he tried to multi task while he was in surgery. Sacramento Bee reports that Dr Scott Green logged onto a video call for a traffic court trial while dressed in scrubs and with medical equipment beeping in the background. He told the court that it was okay because there was another doctor in the operating room anyway. The judge said he didn't think that was appropriate and postpone the trial. And guess what the State Medical board didn't think it was appropriate either. They asked, the doctor explained his actions. The board
Plastic surgeon appears in court video call while performing surgery
"So you think you've seen some wild stuff on your video conference sessions? Imagine seeing a plastic surgeon show up in a virtual court hearing while performing operation. Wait, Wait, wait, How the Sacramento Bee reports. Dr. Scott Green did just that It is hearing this past Thursday, he appeared on video in surgical scrubs with a patient undergoing surgery. Just out of camera range. When the judge opened the hearing, he balked at going forward. Even though Green said there was another doctor to help cover. The judge decided to set a new date. And now the California Medical Board is investigating. Please don't do that. That would like to give the doctor got in trouble like he was on a skateboarder Hoverboard or something when he was operating, right? Yeah. I don't want wheels on your feet while you've got a scalpel in your hand aimed at my eyeball. Concentrate on one just the one Yeah. Sit this one. All right,
California doctor performs surgery during Zoom traffic court trial
"California doctor is under fire tonight for a courtroom apparent but it wasn't why he was before the judge has people outraged but how he appeared for the here live on zoom from his operating room. Where a surgery was happening in alexander has details. It's not what you would typically see during traffic court this video obtained by the sacramento bee. Newspaper shows a doctor wearing scrubs appearing in a virtual california traffic hearing. Are you a available for johnson county. You're an operating reminding mid guest available for trial right ahead even the commissioner overseeing the hearing can't believe it so unless i'm mistaken is being defendant. That's in the middle of an operating room appearing to be actively engaged in providing services to a patient is that correct mr green as her I'm new not feel comfortable For the welfare of a patient. If you're in the process of operating that i would put on trial right here. Who's doing the surgery with me. So i can stand here and allow them to do the surgery also not all. I'm i don't think so. I don't think that's appropriate. Reached by phone when nbc news asked the doctor about his court hearing on the newspaper. Article he replied. That's not accurate but would not comment further but the state medical board is looking into the incident writing. The medical board of california expects physicians to follow the standards of care when treating their patients. It's the latest example of doctors with questionable behavior. at their patient's bedside this alaska dentist went viral and was later investigated after video showed him standing on a hover board while extracting a patient's tooth and this atlanta dermatologist was later sued after video of her emerged on youtube appearances. Doma rap video poker forming a procedure on occasions back in california. The doctor apologized for his procedure. Running long the hearing itself was postponed.
California now ranks dead last in administering COVID-19 vaccines
"Okay bloomberg updated It's numbers Ten minutes ago two fifty five. Pm pacific time and california is fiftieth again according to the bloomberg numbers which they say they get from the cdc and other government websites. California has four point seven million doses that have reached the state but we've only injected one point eight million of them so we have almost three million doses by their count on the shelf. Of course as we have learned in the last twenty four hours california's reporting system is so screwed up that nobody knows if any numbers are accurate. There are mess finally a lot of media sacramento bee also going to time. San francisco chronicle have been sort of digging into the story. What they're finding out is really freaking confusing. Which being stake could be worse than this. I doubt it's better considering all the incompetence going on but for the moment We are in fiftieth place. Only thirty eight percent of available vaccines have been injected We're falling farther behind all the other states and a number of territories or independent countries that we provide health care services to islands out in the pacific We're just ahead of american samoa.
Team investigating deadly California fire seizes PG&E equipment
"PG and E officials are reportedly under investigation in connection with a deadly Zogg fire in Shasta County. The Sacramento Bee reporting. PG and E filed a statement with the Public Utilities Commission saying Cal Fire investigators took possession of the utility company's equipment today. Firefighters are still battling the 56,000 acre blaze, which has claimed the lives of four people.
California virus cases underreported due to technical difficulties, health official says
"System used by California counties to report the number of daily Corona virus cases is experiencing some technical issues. The Sacramento Bee reports that health officials in multiple California counties say the cow already system used by many local public health departments is under reporting the actual number of positive cases in a single day. Several counties have reported the glitch, including Sacramento, Riverside and Orange counties. And the California Department of Public Health says it's been made aware of the issue. Some of the counties have put up a disclaimer on their covert 19 tracking website that the numbers there might not be accurate. There's currently no E T A for a fix. Mike
California virus cases underreported due to technical issues, health official says
"System used by California counties counties to to report report the the number number of of daily daily Corona Corona virus virus cases cases is is experiencing experiencing serious serious technical technical issues. issues. Mike Mike Blunt Blunt reports. reports. The The Sacramento Sacramento Bee Bee reports reports that that health health officials officials and and multiple multiple California California counties say the cow already system used by many local public health departments. Is under reporting the actual number of positive cases in a single day. Several counties have reported The glitch, including Sacramento, Riverside and Orange counties, and the California Department of Public Health, says it's been made aware of the issue. Some of the counties have put up a disclaimer on their covert 19 tracking website that the numbers there might not be accurate. Is currently no E T A for a fix.
Hedge fund Chatham plans to buy newspaper publisher McClatchy out of bankruptcy, ending 163 years of family control
"News Room. Hedge fund manager Chatham Asset Management has emerged as the winner in a bankruptcy auction for McClatchy Company. That ends 163 years worth of family ownership for the newspaper chain. The sale announced by McClatchy today must be approved by the judge overseeing the bankruptcy. McClatchy publishes some 30 daily papers, including The Miami Herald, The Sacramento Bee in the Kansas City
Why The Sacramento Bee will no longer publish police ‘mugshots,’ with limited exceptions
"About an incredibly troubling trend, where newspapers air being pressured into retracting news photographs if they show and lets you know they tap danced around it. But if they show black people doing bad stuff, the newspapers have been pressured into removing them from their website from their newspaper from their coverage because I can quote what they wrote in the Sacramento Bee Publishing these photographs Disproportionately harms people of color and perpetuate stereotypes about who commits crime in our community. These are very troubling turn, I would say. Yeah, Yeah,
California - Sacramento Mayor Hopes For Local Ownership Of 'Sacramento Bee' Newspaper
"Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg is hoping to re write the headline of his city's paper instead of the Sacramento bee the hundred sixty three year old paper files for bankruptcy and is sold to a hedge fund he wants the headline landing on people's doorsteps to read the Sacramento bee stays with local owners to explain we're joined now by mayor Steinberg hi there good to be with you Mary Louise so this is not a new news story McClatchy which owns a bunch of papers including the B. I think people have followed along as it filed for bankruptcy give me in a few sentences what your plan is for writing a different ending to this story for the B. well first of all the Sacramento bee is the leading daily publication in the capital city of California and it is a specific asset we intend as a community to put up a fight to make sure that the B. emerges from bankruptcy in a way that not only maintains its status but actually enhances it because the B. is suffered like many daily newspapers over the last decade or more I just believe that independent journalism is crucial for obvious reasons our community matters and we don't want this newspaper carved up in a way that will leave the people that I represent at to not have the benefit of that independent daily journalism I read your planning to convene a forum later this month is that right with the investors and philanthropists and community leaders to figure out what this might look like exactly because we know that there are a number of models throughout the country and we intend to highlight all of them in addition to actively working between now and the twenty seven to identify as some people who might be willing to to buy the B. do you have your eye on specific potential investors I do can't identify them a right now but we are working very hard on identifying some investors but you know our city is this great emerging city in America I say that I know with a little biased because I am the mayor of but it's true we were emerging from just being capital city into a government town to be the center of innovation and technology and food and it's becoming a great millennial sitting over the last half decade or so we have fought to keep civic assets we fought to keep the Sacramento Kings are NBA franchise in the capital city and we ended up not only keeping them the building a great downtown arena we just fought to win a major league soccer franchise and so a newspaper may not seem on par with all those other civic assets but undoubtedly the daily newspaper is at least if not more important than the civic assets and if those are worth fighting to keep into into win so is the Sacramento bee what section of the B. two you read first every morning it's a good question I read the editorials first I read the the state local news I make sure they spelled my name correctly and and then you know I like to read the sports section to you know we have a NBA team that's making a run for the playoffs that is Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg talking about Sacramento bee marriage time virgin Kerr thank you so much
49ers throw locker room party after NFC West-clinching win over Seahawks
"Right now our chat with Chris he covers the San Francisco forty Niners to the Sacramento bee he was in Seattle on Sunday night for the thrilling finish he joins us courtesy of the I guess like Chris how's it going I'm doing well are you guys great great I I would have to imagine that it's been a while twenty four hours for you with the travel up in back to Seattle the game that took place play late on a Sunday night the stakes were clear the forty Niners knew they needed to win a wrap up the coveted number one seed what was the locker room seem like after the game it was it was kind of a a party like atmosphere it was I mean it was clear that that things had died down a little bit by the time the media got in there but you could definitely tell that guys really excited about the result the fact that they clinched really home field advantage and the by some of the veterans particular Joe Staley was was really happy just to finally get that winning feeling again back in Seattle place they obviously hadn't won since two thousand eleven so the live was released excitement that this team hasn't had a bison's week for all the way back in September something housetraining talk a little bit about today Emmanuel Sanders played seventeen regular season games because he didn't get a bye week after coming over be a trade from the Broncos in October so I I think the forty Niners are really going to enjoy this week often and you look at the last five games pretty much all of them have come down to the wire and they've all been really hard fought motional intense game so forty hours will gladly take his breather though they'll get a little bit healthier ahead of that divisional round game January eleventh and and they're feeling pretty good about things work where they stand as the top seed in the
Nobel peace prize winner defends Myanmar's generals
"Angeles the trump administration has given the green light to allow for new oil drilling leases on federal land eight California counties under the plan the bureau of land management would allow oil and gas drilling leases on over a million acres of land from Santa Barbara to Bakersfield as well as the Sierra foothills but before drilling could move forward applicants would have to prove drilling is economically viable environmental groups are blasting the lease approvals now to a legislative response to one of the worst boating catastrophes in California history start with breaking news there is a major about fire and rescue operation underway right now off of Santa Cruz island on Labor Day of this year thirty four people died aboard a chartered dive boat off the coast of Santa Barbara when the vessel caught on fire now California senator Dianne Feinstein and congressional representatives salute Carvajal in Julia Brownlee are proposing an overhaul of federal boating regulations that includes requiring boats to have to escape routes improve fire alarm systems and new mandatory safety rules for the storage of cell phones and other electronic devices the proposals come in the wake of revelations that the Coast Guard exempted hundreds of older vessels from current safety standards and now let's turn to bureaucracy as if we needed one more reason to be fed up with the DMV there are reports out this week saying the agency is responsible for inaccuracies in hundreds of Californians voter registration records Brian Anderson has been following the story for the Sacramento bee last April the DMB launch the motor voter program and it basically automatically registers Californians to vote when they visit the DMB unless they choose to opt out and because of some confusing problems last year people were defaulted to know are you preference Anderson says so far it's happened to six hundred people county send postcards out you know party preference voters and what the country might appear to be a relatively small portion it is worth noting that struggle county have yet to even send those postcards we could potentially be looking at thousands of Californians who are registered improperly if you're concerned you can update your affiliation online over the phone or to county election office and there's still plenty of time to register before the twenty twenty election as we in two thousand and nineteen it inter twenty twenty we're going to bring you some conversations about some of the biggest issues confronting California this morning we start with traffic and how that relates to where we live and work I talk about these issues with transportation expert Ethan L. kind he's the director of UC Berkeley's climate program and the author of the book rail town when it comes to transportation and the eternal struggle to get from point a to point B. in California how was two thousand and nineteen in terms of making progress there well not good I mean if you look at the metrics we have declining transit ridership so fewer people are taking public transit that's a problem and then we also have increasing driving miles which means that people are now spending more time in their cars on average they're driving longer distances so that's not a very good outcome from these two measures that we're looking at in terms of people's daily quality life why is that after
Woman seeks dismissal of lawsuit against Luke Walton
"The sexual assault lawsuit against Sacramento Kings coach yet Luke Walton has been dropped former spectrum sportsnet reporter Kelli Tennant accuse Walton earlier this year of assaulting her in twenty fourteen and twenty seventeen Sacramento bee says tenet asked the judge to dismiss the case and that was entered that yet yesterday with prejudice meaning tenet can't refiled refile the suit in April accusing the current kings coach of sexual battery in a Santa Monica hotel room back in twenty fourteen and another attack at a charity event in twenty
The Kidnapping of Sherri Papini
"Thanksgiving Day November twenty fourth fourth two thousand and sixteen Keith Papina says he got up early that day and at four thirty am his cell phone rang now this call comes in and he says it's a number. He did not recognize so he didn't answer his phone. It's an unknown caller yeah then the home phone own is ringing to which he does answer the home phone and he told twenty twenty th it was his wife screaming in the background yelling his name and a police officer to which he could hear the officer telling the wife that she needed to be calm. She needed to calm down twenty two days as after she vanished Sherry papina turned up one hundred fifty miles away from her home she was found in Yolo county around four. Am I am on the side of an entrance ramp to the northbound I five highway. This is near county road seventeen a female motorist Chris Allison Sutton called police upon seeing a frantic woman roadside waving what she believed to be shirt now. Alison says she didn't stop because she wasn't certain that this whole situation was safe for her to sny she does this. Maybe a crazy person on the side of the road a second driver ever this was a truck driver he he did stop and he called police. Sherry Pechiney was found she was clothed in light gray race sweat pants and a dark gray sweatshirt. I point out what she was found in because this is not what she was wearing when she went missing there was there's also a chain wrapped around her waist and her left wrist was tether to the chain with a zip tie. According to the local papers specifically the Sacramento Bee and the redding record searchlight Sherry also had hose clamps around her ankles to which sergeant agent Brian Jackson said quote appear to have acted as pain compliance restraints is very important to understand that nearly everything anything we know about Sheri's ordeal and her release we know from her husband. Keith Sherry has never made a public statement statement. She is never she's not even appeared in public at all about this and the sheriff's office the Shasta County Sheriff's Office. They've only really addressed any of these circumstances regarding Sheri's ordeal possibly because they feel they've been forced to because of Keith's public statements we'll present what he says what key says and then we'll address. What if anything thing we actually know to be true so I'm GonNa paraphrase some of this stuff the follows but this is what Keith told old twenty twenty about Sheri's release? He says that she was bound that she had a chain around her waist. She had a bag over her ahead. He says he can't remember if it was her right or her left arm that was chained to the chain but one of her ours ars was chained to the chain and then the other hand was chained to something inside the vehicle and to be clear the interviewer wants to clarify and says this is to make sure that she didn't jump out of the vehicle to which he says yes now. He says at some point they hey cut something to free her restraint that was holding her to the vehicle then they pushed her out and they drove away Sherry had one hand hand free and took the bag off of her head and at this point. She has no idea where she is. She runs to a house to which she doesn't. I'd say she says to him that it didn't look to be like a good idea so she then ran to another building but couldn't get inside the building and that's when she chose to run to the freeway and how far away is she found from her actual home a hundred and fifty miles so quite a distance yeah and he goes on to tell twenty twenty that she's you know she's screaming. She's Coughing Ping. He says that she's coughing up blood and screaming trying to get people to stop you know get a vehicle to stop so they can help her but she tells him that she thinks that because of the chains the chain wrapped around her that maybe people thought she escaped from a prison or or escape from somewhere that you know the she was a bad person and maybe that's why they wouldn't stop so so she purposely tried to hide the chain to try to get somebody to stop and eventually we know that somebody did stop why I guess she was severely beaten as well aww she had a broken nose and she had bumps. It seemed like all over Faso that this could be an you know. I don't know if there was any dried blood blood or what the bruising situation would be but that that could startled somebody the twenty twenty broadcast they played a radio transmission that that summoned the ambulance to the scene where Sherry was found. You can hear radio chatter but what what I heard in there says attention station eight unknown medical problem. It's going to be north on. I five female needs medical attention. She is heavily battered attard. It's going to be some sort of assault now. Keith after the phone call he rushes to the Woodland Memorial Hospital this to see his wife Life Sherry. He says when he got to share his room he was horrified. He told Good Morning America quote nothing could have prepared me for what I was about to see upon my arrival at the hospital nor the details of the true hell I was about to hear my first sight of my wife in a hospital bed her her face covered in bruises ranging from yellow to black because of repeated beatings the bridge of her nose broken her now emaciated create a body of eighty-seven pounds was covered multicolored bruises severe burns Red Rashes and chain markings her signature long blonde blonde hair had been chopped off she had been branded and I could feel the rise of her scabs under my fingers and quote the Shasta County Sheriff's office well their information has been much less detailed than that of her husband and authorities actually expressed frustration that Keith revealed so much information to the media right because this is ongoing investigation so he says that her her injuries the way he describes it. This is pretty severe stuff right. Yeah the the thing that would kind of go against that is is this regarding the severity of her injuries. Sherry Pechiney was released from the hospital and went to a hotel hell with her husband that same day right and this according to the sheriff she was treated for her injuries and released just as someone would be see if they had sprained an ankle. That's what the Sheriff said Yeah but the Sheriff did say that they were were ecstatic to report fort that Sherry did she was located and had been reunited with her family right in but to be on the side of Keith and his wife look at some of these brutal. UFC fights people go five rounds twenty five minutes of punching each other in the face and kickin each each other in the shins and these guys barely can walk out of the octagon their faces look to form. They look awful. During the press conferences they go get checked out by the doctor and then they're they're sat away. The investigators from the Major Crimes Unit did speak with Sherry. This was briefly in the hospital and then they he did question her at length five days later after she recovered from these injuries. According to Sheriff Saco Sherry was quote. Oh cooperative and courageous in the intense and traumatic interviews with investigators he said Sherry reported the following. She said that she was abducted by two Hispanic women in a dark colored. SUV with large rear windows she had no other description of the vehicle goal and she could not identify on any video surveillance footage taken in the area around the time of her abduction note that the sheriff's chiefs office never came out and said that Sherry was definitely abducted while on her run we know that to be believed to be the case ace by her family beforehand all right. So what else have we done. Sherry only gives the officers a let's say vague description seven of her abductors right and she went on to tell police that she avoided looking at them so they would not beat her and that her head was covered for or some of the time that she was held captive and we don't know how dark it was in this place or anything yeah yeah there again. We have vague descriptions of everything because we're hearing this. This is what Sherry tells the police and this is what they have chose to release to to the public. She says that one of the women note. She says that she was abducted by two women one of the women had a long curly hair are thin eyebrows and pierced ears. She had a thick accent and she appeared to be between twenty and thirty years old about five foot put five inches tall suspect number two according to Sherry was older. Maybe forty to fifty years of age about five afoot seven and had straight black hair with some gray she had thick eyebrows and pierced ears both were armed with handguns John's. She said that the kidnappers drove for about two and a half hours non. Stop on the first day. The kidnappers spoke Spanish most of the time the female captors were the only two people with whom Sherry had contact with for the duration of her captivity but Sankoh confirmed this she was bound with this restraints when she was found and Jackson the other officer said that Sherry had been branded on her right shoulder older after and appeared battered and bruised they they actually think this branding was something like actually said something yeah yeah. The description I read was that the brand appeared to be a message rather than a symbol but whatever it is. It's unclear what it what it's intended the to be. I think they know what it is or at least the the rumors that I heard is they know what the messages they're not releasing that to the public okay I I had saw that it was illegible. They couldn't make anything out of it but I don't know that to be true so I don't Wanna I don't WanNa steer anybody the wrong the other way I mean that's pretty creepy that somebody would brand you and not just brand new with some symbol but some type of message Sherry told investigators is that she was not sexually assaulted. we do have investigators. That Dick did confirm that Sherry's hair was shoulder length when she was found now. I do want to point out that a lot of people suspected Sheri's exceedingly long hair was actually extensions that were may have just been removed. the the thing here to give the best description to those out there listening is that when she was found her hair was not what I would call short. It was just shorter it was it was shoulder length at the time now Sherry told detectives that just before she was released she could hear her captors. Having an argument it followed by a gunshot she said the younger of her abductors then took her from the room where she was being held captive drove her down a winding road and dropped dropped her off near interstate five a be on the lookout immediately went out for a dark colored SUV with two Latino Tino women but everyone acknowledged that in California that description well it didn't go very far on the day after Sherry was found her sister held a press conference and she was reading a statement that was prepared by Sharee and Keith
Anti-vaccine activists pour red liquid onto CA Senate floor: report
"Anti vaccine activists reportedly forced lawmakers to leave the Senate chambers at the state capitol in Sacramento today as the legislators were working on the Senate floor a red liquid and a menstrual Cup were thrown down on some of them by protesters in the upstairs gallery senator Scott Weiner told the Sacramento bee that some of his colleagues were doused by the liquid well someone in the gallery screamed it was babies blood the sergeant at arms quickly evacuated the
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Hey there everyone from KQED public radio this is political breakdown I'm Marie Salada and I am Scott Shafer into the head of the break down we sit down with a congressman from Los Angeles who's made it his personal mission to haunt president trump on Twitter and has become a social media sensation in the process as evidenced by if your tag by him on Twitter you're gonna get a lot of responses the otherwise relatively mild mannered congressman Ted Leo it is here with us in studio to talk about Twitter and trump and other T. words probably but first got let's talk about our own state capital where it's been a busy week and the session yeah I was been some deals cuts in the last week or so around charter schools and rent control but this week the blow up is over something that seems to have widespread support at least among Democrats and that is VAX the vaccine bill that has now passed both houses it's on its way to the governor who seems to now want some amendments and that is a lot of people up there scratching their heads like why now why would quite right here about this sooner so maybe we should back up and explain what that says so a couple years ago the state passed this law requiring school age children to get vaccinated or giving some leeway for medical exemptions there's a sense of those have been abuse that there are some places where there's very high rates of people opting out likely not because they medically need that exemption this bill is for in that tightening that cracking down on doctors who issue too many of these and you know I think you said you're right in the capital this is become partisan if you look at public polling something like seventy five seventy three percent of Californians think that they should not even be an issue so it is one of those ones I think we've ignored for that reason and a lot of one yeah exactly of course the anti vaccine crowd is very loud they actually one of them accosted what the bill's author I. Richard pan on the streets I think in Sacramento a few weeks ago and it's Republicans I think if if it is a partisan issue and. all at least up in the capital partners Republicans who say also personal freedom thing I have more control why should the state it's the nanny state sort of are exactly and we haven't seen a single person get up and make the argument that the folks chanting in the hallway are which is that they think vaccines are dangerous and should be used yeah I think on the politics side this is been a really sort of weird issue for news and he cut a deal with pan several months ago said he would support the bill came out with a tweet this week essentially saying no no no handed nobody was talking about other lawmakers did and and clearly he is not the governor is not immunize from some blowback because he's gotten some really negative editorials including his hometown paper they chronicle and of the Sacramento bee and other times the times wondering like what is he doing source wandering in some way some good will of the capital and people's wonder why why now what what took him so long why didn't you do this when the bill was in process and the bill's author Richard can not happy about it and I think there's also some sort of almost get a check in a little bit between the legislature and the governor saying you know I we dare you to veto this imminent and say in so many words but clearly and I guess you said public opinion is very much on the side of of the people who want these vaccines to be given to cats and I think like we should say it this is a very fast moving issue it could change tonight Thursday it could change by by Friday but really Tuesday's a drop deadline for any new language in any legislative bill for the session and I think that this speaks to a bigger criticism of the new some administration which is the sort of lack of communication with lawmakers sort of I think a sense on the lawmakers by that there's a lack of understanding of the process because we saw similar things with this eighty five debate over the gig economy and contract workers where Newsome's office is kind of been sending mixed signals about where he's at he wrote an op ed on Monday which sort of I think was in time to have your cake and eat it too little bit where it's like I agree with you with labor but I also think the tech come. we should get something and I think that just leaves Democrats up there scratching their head about how to make a bill happened that the governor will support yeah and I think you know some politicians need to be liked by everyone more than others and I'm not saying that Gavin Newsom needs to be liked by everyone but this is one of those issues that the eighty five issue around the gig workers that really splits two important constituencies to have labor of course once this bill very much his friends in the tech community not and who were left in fact both San Francisco companies are threatening a ballot measure they beach put forward thirty million dollars along with our national manager yeah all it's a lot of money you know whether that's just floored putting chips out there to kind of you know. pressure the legislature we don't know yet but nonetheless he's getting pulled in two directions and seems to want to go in two directions yeah and I think that there's a lot of confusion on that one is sort of obvious to the constituencies are why you would be concerned about bringing any bridges with either labor or these tech companies I think I'm the vaccinations it's a little more confusing who are who who is he speaking to hear the listening to listening to right the folks outside in the hallway who oppose vaccinations mandatory vaccinations they're not gonna be happy with anything that gets done unless this bill gets veto any does you know he lives in Sacramento but he's also got deep roots in Marin grew up there there's a lot of anti vaccine folks up in Moran and so could be who knows it could be a neighbor right a family member but somebody clearly has his here on this and it has a lot of his allies in the legislature scratching their heads and also don't forget you know we've gone with through eight years with the legislature very much deferring to Jerry Brown and I think that there may be a sense now that they need to push back with this guy was new governor yeah I gather this will also just because Jerry Brown only entered the fray on a couple of issues and we knew some has been a lot more willing to kind of stick his neck out there and get involved and I think that that can be a double edged sword as he's learning are it's got we're gonna take a short break when we come back we'll be joined by democratic congressman Ted loot you're listening to political break down from KQED public radio. support for KQED comes from IFC films presenting official secrets based on the true story of a British spy who exposed her government.
Kim Kardashian Heads to California Capitol for Criminal Justice Reform
"Social media virus Sacramento. Bee described her Kim Kardashian, west celebrity taste maker an internet breaker. Can you unwind that for me or decipher that? I know this is part of the world that is incomprehensible to me, and I no longer recognize. Yeah. I I, but this is dangerous because this woman is marching around and she's part of the same band of people that want to empty the prisons. That's why this is data. She's yeah. She's she was on an empty the prison mission. Right. Well, she got Trump to release a woman, I think in Florida on a drug charge for many years or something like that. That's where she got her first. Did you see? Did you see that rap star has a song out about her? You see that the lyrics that were released this week. No follow a rap star. Just made it made headlines. I didn't see Debbie. You should look up the juicy the layer. Now, I haven't all look up the lyrics. The game wrote some lyrics about his sexual activity with Kim Kardashian. Don't don't read the lyrics outlet. So we can't play the song. No, no. We can't play the song bleep it. I got it up here. Yeah. Just she was a passionate advocate for prison inmates who she believes have been treated unjustly. Her mouth in stressed? Oh my God. I can't believe what I'm reading. Wow. I am I'm closing this. And I was just leery. Okay. She met with the head of the state Senate this Toni Atkins, another looney from San Diego, and what she's pushing is free the vote act of any idea. What that is free the vote act. I'm going to guess, I don't know giving felons the right to vote. And that is correct. Oh god. Forty eight thousand California parolees will be able to cast ballots that includes murderers and Ray because because the Democrats need forty eight thousand more votes to that's right. It's it's another. It's another harvest what do you want to give felons votes? And then what will knock on your door and tell you how to vote we'll visit a fellow. That's right. And you bring them up. Welcome basket. Yeah. You'll do the harvesting you'll harvest the yes. Because those guys so strung out on drugs. They wouldn't know where the polling precincts legal in California. Everyone has to do that now. And I'm talking about, you know, our listeners out there with wanted to get props six past you should have been out there. Harvesting harvesting thing. It's legal. You can go to someone's house. And can I help you fill out your ballot though, you don't feel? Like voting. No, I'll tell I'll walk you through it. And then I'll carry it for you to the registrar's office. Yeah. This is like some kind of takeout food service. Now, she'll come over to your house and dash vote dash, well, everybody wants stuff delivered or in this case sent down. Right. They'll come right to your sofa. Oh, yeah. Take your vote. She tweeted in July that she hoped governor Jerry Brown, then governor Brown would signed an assembly Bill which prohibited male correctional officers from conducting Pat down searches on female inmates. I didn't know they did. Anyway, Brown did sign that Bill on August. Twentieth. So it's like the sea. It's all me Kardashian. She had an effect. It says here her visit made quite a stir with several lawmakers tweeting pictures of themselves with the celeb-. Oh. It began any any anyone who did that? It'd be taken to a mental institution. Yeah. The names of any of the idiots who did that. We do accept this poorly written article does not give me the first name of this politician. And I know I did not see it. I mentioned Toni Atkins McCarty is his name. And I believe it's a guy. It says it started when McCarty tweeted a selfie of himself with the Instagram superstar what a sad sack. Jesse Gabriel de Los Angeles who tweeted it was nice to see one of his constituents and here he is in the photo with are nothing. But these these people no, no intelligence at all always nice to welcome constituents from the forty fifth assembly district to the state capital. Thanks like, she knows. He's who's district. She said, no. Assemblywoman assemblyman Todd Gloria de San Diego tweeted a group photo featuring Kardashian west and several lawmakers writing when you show up to work and Kim Kardashian is there. Context she visited the legislature today to support criminal Justice reform. You know, the thing. The thing is when when family members of people who've been murdered show up to plead for one law or another the legislators, ignore them. You're right. There were family members showing up to talk about
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With a. How much did you have? I had roughly about nine pounds nine pounds. My mistake was actually doing a favor. Just a real quick question before we go into it. You happen to be a member of Mensa. No, I didn't think so stay connected Handel on the law tomorrow morning at six. AM six forty. John and Ken show. John kobylt Ken chiampou, KFI AM, six forty it. Sure. Is I just finished talking to Carl denial from a form, California. We're at a pivotal moment. Here with props six, we're seeing polls most of them good. But the ones that apparently stick very strictly to the ballot language where the fix is in has a number of voters, and perhaps just enough to really screw this up not aware that it's the gas tax repeal their thinking it's something to do with reducing funding for road repairs. Right. In fact, this public policy institute guy whose name I've seen for way too, many years Markelle Baldessarri, he's the president and CEO. Now in this poll was fifty two percent against prop six thirty nine percent in favor. They did ask a separate question, though, as we mentioned before when they're told specifically that repeals the gas tax fifty percents that I do favor repealing the gas. And then forty six percents signal. No, no, I don't want to repeal. That's what's fascinating about polls. And why you can't automatically believe them and be very skeptical. One media outlet gives you a headline and claims a poll says X, if you don't know the questioning, and you don't know the methodology, and you don't know how the demographics are balanced. Do. They have the right number of Democrats and Republicans who are likely to vote not all voters, but likely to vote, and if it's if you have a state where there's thirty five percent Democrats and thirty percent Republicans, then your sample size has to represent that along with all the other categories gender and this city and all the rest so on its face here Sacramento bee. And of course, they always they always stick up for the government beast. The headline are you sticking with the gas tax increase Paul says most California voters now plan to no, no. It depends on the wording of the question. And the thing is in the story. It says well the question is worded two different ways. But they lead with the question that has the repeal failing. And then buried is the question that has the repeal winning but Baldessarri saw differently. He says the label is one that makes you think about not just the benefits, but what's the consequence of repealing the gas tax when you repealing attacks? It's not just the tax itself. What it's what happens to that revenue? He's saying he thinks that the ballot initiative is the actual summary. The question on the ballot is a fair one because in LA mentioned repealing the gas tax exemptions added producing road fund. He's a left-wing guy. He's part of the pyramid. Doesn't clearly mentioned. It's repealing the gas tax here. Here's the question walking in on election day. How many people dough prop six repeals the gas tax exactly that is what you'd have to determine? If the poll is going to be worth anything does the person know walking in because if they know walking in it repeal. The gas tax and they want to repeal the gas tax. Then whatever the summary says isn't going to have any effect on them. Exactly. So it's it's it's really unknowable at least unknowable the way this this public policy institute poll is designed. And they didn't spend the time in the energy trying to determine. How where you are a propsects. Because the sooner cars talked about it many times they've done their own research. If you tell people that repeals the gas tax, if they have any hesitation it evaporates, it's not. Yeah. That's right. We gotta kill that thing. So that's where it comes to how much Carl's organization could get the message out how much money they raise. How many commercials run? How many people go on social media? Do something useful with it. Yes. So let's play right now. He just wanted to quickly pull it up here because I wanted to make it clear the actual ballot language here for people to read. I can't get it will have to try and get it during the break. I this is a new ad from the yes on prop six people reform California right now, we're starting to see the ad blitz. By the no people. I saw a bunch of commercials yesterday. Just scanning the TV. I'll.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Thank you very much for joining us Sure The other big stories that we've been following is that of the Golden State killer was caught back in April DNA evidence linked. Him DNA evidence linked him to some. Murders we know that he's been accused of rapes and murders all up and down the state in northern, California all the way down to southern. California the latest thing was is we didn't know where he was going to be tried where the trial was going to be held this past, week six district attorney's from different counties up and down the state got together and they decided where they were finally going to try. Him we spoke to Samson from the Sacramento bee for more on this are going to try up in Sacramento county where he lived and where he was arrested in. April they have determined that there were so many crimes there and in northern California in general that it would just be easier for everyone involved to do a joint prosecution in. Sacramento that includes all six of the counties that have charges filed against. Him and we also found out some new charges against them. To he's already been charged with thirteen, murders but there's some new and kind of Creative ways they're. Charging him they're being very aggressive in what they're doing with them he was accused of about fifty sexual, assault as the east area rapist in. The sacrament oh area and today they filed thirteen counts against him a related to sexual assault cases from the nineteen seventies nine of them in, Sacramento for them in contra Costa county but they didn't charge him with rape they charged him with kidnaps for robbery and the reason. They did that is because the statute of limitations on rape cases ran out long ago but there's no statute on this particular charge and so the allegation is that. He moved the victims at knife point gun point as part of a kidnap for robbery that led to the sexual assaults the use of a knife or gun also adds extra. Time to possible sentence or I it's kind of a special charges well. Right right and in addition ten of the thirteen murder charges. Have special circumstances attached to that Tim, so that could conceivably to prosecutor seeking The death penalty although they made clear today that. They have not decided what to do about that. DNA is at. The center of a lot of this case that's how. He was caught and how they connected all the dots one of the reasons why they. Initially said. That it might be held in southern California the trial was because that's where a lot of the DNA evidence was some of the crimes in northern California there's, no DNA associated with it I mean. Is that going to be a problem, they say it won't be a problem initially they were thinking that they would try it down south because, there is DNA from several of the murders. In the southern counties that can tie him to these cases they say but there's also some being a out of contra Costa county two of the four kidnapping robbery charges have DNA evidence none of the kidnapper robbery charge Sacramento do and the, two murderers in Sacramento don't have DNA, evidence, either. But the district, attorney Emory Shubert made it plain that they think they can convict him. They don't file charges unless they're convinced That they can. Do it hasn't been any mention of the. Death penalty are possible sentences I know it's very very early but you know he's an old man already if you talk to these prosecutors I'll, tell you openly they do not this case will ever get to. Trial it's really up to the defense and what their next move is whether they pursue. A delay or change of venue to go somewhere else they just have no way of knowing the death penalty. Aspect of it or require each. Of the, offices that has murder cases to sit? Down and follow their process for deciding. Whether. The individual deserves it in their mind whether there are mitigating circumstances what kind of life they live but it's hard to imagine that someone is faced with thirteen murder charges isn't, going to end up looking at the death penalty when do. We expect this to possibly as you said if ever. Go to trial I mean I would assume they'd take a, long time to get everybody together on the, same page to they want to move rapidly but there's just no way to know what. That means he's got a court appearance Thursday at which. He will be arraigned on these new charges twenty six counts of. Filed today in Sacramento, but remember, he was arrested, in April and he hasn't. Even entered a plea so this, could literally go on, for years and. Years yeah I mean it was just. Last week that we spoke to you and we got the thirteenth, murder charge for Chris melting so things are moving fast in some respects. In moving very slow and others what's the sense of the community out there now that we know that he's caught and how this case is progressing so far well there's palpable relief Sacramento was literally terrorized by these crimes, and I know is decades ago before I got there but, when you talk to people who live there including the DA Hubert at the time they have a hard time expressing just how. Fearful people were and so there's tremendous, relief and when you go to these court? Hearings but, the ancho appears at a lot of the victims and the victims families will travel long distances just to be there to. See him they want their day in court they wanna. Look him in the eye He's a boogeyman really. You know even though he's caught now and it happened years and years, ago the memories of those things always live on all keep following up as the case against the Golden State killer progresses Sam Stanton reporter. For the Sacramento bee thank.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Up now people are scared to stand up. In their rights Life for conservative are Trump's Just the favor of free speech Bye bye The anti-fascist protesters not only crowded their end of, the park but also marched a bit through, the rain including a group of face, covering anarchists, Bob Costantini, Lafayette. Park, Washington well the marine layer is keeping things cooler later, this morning but the sunshine will break out of the coast in the bay and highs warm from the upper fifties to the upper eighties with a fog doesn't have any influence today cooler tomorrow and Wednesday warmer at the end of the work week as well on a reminder that we are giving you four times a day to win a thousand dollars on k. g. o. we've already had a bunch of winners if you're not one of them don't. Give up there's another chance for you to win at six this morning with Armstrong and Getty. On. Now The Armstrong and Getty on k. g. o. eight ten with people one thing that struck a nerve is what's different between empathy and sympathy sympathy is sorry. You're sick empathy is I know what it's like to be sick and that sucks seems really Thin. They're heavy is trying to feel what they're feeling sympathy is being sorry. That the feel, that way. As a man I can have sympathy about my wife's, menstrual cramps but. Not empathy I haven't had them I can. Have both sympathy and empathy for someone who's been kicked in the, sack I like that one empathy is your pain, in my heart Set that to music empathy is sympathy without. The BS maybe that's. One I can understand I don't know I don't know This seems. Pretty close together Let's get the news now with Marshall of I got you get the latest. Update from the, fire lines and right now the holy fire in the Cleveland national forest is exploded more than eighteen thousand acres and remains at five percent containment as it continues to move in on homes in the lake Elsinore area where twenty thousand people have been evacuated last report that fire. Was at ten thousand acres now it's almost double firefighters gaining some major granted on the. Record setting Mendocino complex wildfires, they've got sixty percent containment but the fires still burn through another couple thousand acres and is now more than three hundred and seven thousand. Acres on its, fifteenth day in other news President Trump is taking aim at the NFL once again. After over a dozen players. Knelt raises before preseason games last night from his, New Jersey golf club today Trump tweeted that the players are showing outrage over something and most of them are unable to define and. He the NFL to suspend Bend protesting players without pay if they don't stand for the national anthem I just I just think it's just leave it, alone, I just think we. All should just ignore it at this point Unless you're into it then pay attention to it. But it's twelve players it's doesn't seem it's not a growing thing Whatever, as California driver's face long lines and incredible wait times the department of motor vehicles offices it turns. Out that state lawmakers and capital staffers have access to a secret DMV office that is not. Open to the public the recently discovered, offices located inside. The legislative office building and has no markings on the door. And is the, Sacramento bee reports inside which is interesting what's interesting about this, is so they've got their, own DMV so the. People the people that could fix the DMV They don't have to. Use the DMV so they don't they hear. Complaints in the background about, how bad is but they don't actually know and the fact that there's like no markings on the. Door when he would you lead you to believe that they're trying to keep it secret right. That they think that that wouldn't look, good politically and. They don't want the poor people the common people you to. Clog up their, office how do you feel about that Here's one for you, this is no names but an older gal whose. Husband passed away got arrested soul In her license was about, to expire and she needed. Valid ID for the estate business which. Is difficult under the. Best of circumstances our, son rights to me I got the soonest DMV appointment, possible For an ID. Card ten thirty on Tuesday five weeks away the appointment. Line was out the door down the street, mom was an hour sitting in the sun in, her wheelchair me trying to keep calm and, shaded I did everything I. Could to go by their rules ridiculous That. Is Politicians have their own office f-few taxpayers you're working. For them they're not working. For you why don't you wake up in the DMV got an extra seventy million in, anticipation anybody but I think they just got awarded another sixteen million in in anticipation of these problems and whether or not that was spent in any good way only you, can guess can't. Audit, it yeah and. We're gonna Republicans were calling for, an audit and the Democrats decided not. To vote how do we allow ourselves to be stolen from? Like this it's just, amazing apathy not, paying, attention apathy. The footwear that's the one where you jumped down in the hole with. Or something kick him in the sack, little, unclear, sympathy empathy I go. With advocate the footwear company crocs insists it is not going out, of business even though it's closing the last of its. Manufacturing plants and even though it's the last thing you're woman wants to see you in crocs was closing their last, manufacturing plant but not going out. Of business the math on that We're the. Shoes going from well Close the Colorado based company did not explain. How it plans to continue, making We're going to continue to sell them and not ship you any shoes Increase our profits I. Think everybody's willing to wear them has them and they. Don't wear out they last the. Last ten thousand years before. The biodegrade so? Many of them out there I? Have never. Worn crocs are they. Comfortable what's your selling point too old they are I don't own any it seems like a great idea for. Like. Gardening, or. Something like that because you can just hose them off okay okay right a lot of beach towns very popular for just slip on things that you wear to the beach that don't write dirty or wearing, them out to the Togo's for sandwiches at noon is just not well Wow says you know you go there Ascott your What's your top. Hat. Anybody, who knows me knows that's. Exactly me Jean jacket with? Jeans today the Canadian tuxedo. They call it I'm Marshall Phillips Is that one of? Your Hogwarts shirts the Hogwarts. Target shirt done. I'm Marsha Phillips Armstrong and Getty show the conscience of? The nation let's go over. To the bird I'm looking at them, they look pretty comfortable unisex too so both men. And women can look like idiots Ordering a pair even as we did Well that's just it's just. A fact on the list of things women don't want to see their man in ever crocs was, on the top, three with leather pants Mito and Speedo look Boy not many sizes left in that style He, decided to, make a, run at that guy the leather the, crux you.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Good. News cast here with Marshall I'm looking forward, to it yeah I I need to. Call out a journalist than indeed a formerly respectable newspapers Sacramento, bee it has an article about the the hearings are starting for the various people who are involved in giant violent melee two years ago roughly at the capital there was some like Neo Nazi types were holding what they call the free speech rally, and various, extreme. Leftists showed up including the infamous Yvette. Felarca and her buddies from bam. And it's cetera they call themselves anti-fascists which is a joke but two things number one this article identifies her as von felarca what her name is Yvette You know it's just it's a little mistake but that's fine but, what really got. To me is that they make it clear, about these dangerous. Skinhead neo-nazi, hate group type people and then I'll. Just read you the sentence Attorneys, for three argued, made that local estate law enforcement did nothing, to protect counter it's join rally leaving the anti fascist demonstrators, to defend themselves from attack all right here's a little tip for you I. Remember the story well not only. That but Paul agok I'm sure you're nice, felon and I wish you, luck in your present and future endeavors but to not have quotes around the phrase, anti fascist is just bad journalism I can call myself a beaver but if you wrote a. Story about me you wouldn't say Joe. Getty the beaver who's walking down the street when. Just because I call myself, at beaver doesn't make me. A giant, rodent who choose down trees and, these so-called antifascists. Are fascism personified they beat down their opponents at rallies they silence people who they don't like their opinions they are, the fascist sir just because they described them Selves as beavers don't. Make them beavers in our, names you vet I'm done News now, Marsh Avello New York Times reporting a president's longtime lawyers secretly tape Donald Trump discussing. A payment to a playboy model, who claimed she had. An affair with him so not stormy Daniels other. Gal she's not a crime let's keep that all of mine we can use our rice is very exciting voice about the. Fact that. He had an, affair with a with a playmate or a porn star happens, a paper says Michael Collins recording was made two months before. The, presidential election the, FBI sees the, recording during that raid on Cohen's office now the time saying and I quote the Justice department is investigating Mr Collins involvement in paying women. To tamp down embarrassing news stories about Trump ahead of the twenty sixteen election prosecutors, want to know, whether that violated federal campaign finance. It may have in fact it probably did but that's the team, minor crime he's campaign finance violations that. Happen all. The time Kind service Jan blah. Blah a much bigger amounts of money oh yeah It's a common. Thing you pay a little finding and you move on. With your life the papers report goes on. To say the recordings existence further draws Mr. Trump into questions about tactics he and his, associates us to keep aspects of his personal and business life a secret and it highlights the potential legal and political danger, that Mr. Cohen represents the, Mr. Trump now he could have other. Stuff but if it's this stuff I think the legal. Danger is minor they get caught in a violation will pay a fine I think the political danger, is almost zero. Because everybody assumes Trump is, a is, a, man whore one hundred percent that's. A, little I was gonna say one hundred percent right, till you got to that, little unnecessary bid at the end finds. Oneself wondering yes are they're incredibly beautiful models willing to. Have sex with public figures perhaps even radio personalities and one wonders how much money might be involved, I'm asking for. A friend Sean Positive Sean on Twitter slide. Into my DM's ladies let's discuss The papers report, concludes Mr. Cohen is now seen as. Increasingly willing to cooperate consider cooperating with prosecutors and of quote, it certainly would seem that if he has anything on, Trump he's willing to share it, when you're buying. A, fixer don't go for the budget version a good one Chris Christie is prosecuted all kinds of. Mob people, in his life. As a, prosecutor in New Jersey he said this always happens he said people flip always when you when you get down. To look you and your family, are going to be ruined they will flip on their friends their. Bosses all kinds of people just..
"sacramento bee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Wait a minute He's, gonna make, us look worse So maybe everybody just needs to take a chill pill and breathe and remember what it is that we're doing here and and in America Representative Republic as the founding fathers established that you. Bet it's great to have descent the problem is what appears to be descent gets amped up by a lot, of the media is pure history onyx theatre optics for the moment to. Obscure everything else has gone out we're gonna talk James Hurson from Newsmax. After the bottom of the hour he has a. Great piece over at. His website James Hurson dot com About why the amped up level of all of this was convenient enough. To starting with what happened in that hearing last, week with Peter Struck The FBI who still working for the FBI by the way There's a lot that they, don't want you to focus on so that explains the history onyx As, well Newsom is in the news today They got into this a little bit on. Are starting to think about that he's revising it's kinda, like John Kerry when he said I voted for it before I voted, against it or what was the what was it on the short term rentals deal where David Alvarez and San Diego city. Council at one point was, underway my he is on point voted against. The measure that he had crafted I. Can't vote for this throughout this. You, did why voting against it anyway So. Here's the blurb from the Sacramento bee The moments ago Davin Newsome the tenant governor wanting to. Be your next do better in, the gubernatorial race, democrat, former Mr. Kimberly Guilfoil as mayor of San Francisco in two. Thousand eight spearheaded a citywide policy requiring law enforcement officers to report juvenile undocumented illegal immigrants to ice to immigration customs enforcement went charged with committing, violent felony crimes which I mean that was only. Ten years ago Contrast that with the current mayor of Oakland Who. Just a few weeks ago months ago whatever so the tension there are some ice raids coming up run So now Newsom is the, front runner, with. A lot of ethics coming from the Republican challenger John Cox They're all. Running to succeed governor moonbeam version two point oh now Newsome says I think that was the, wrong approach Because somebody said hey you were pro ice that that the well well so. What Newsom said and, I'm sure he smiled and looked just as oily. Has he normally does because he he did, he cleans. Up, well he does, like the word that comes to mind He said quote these people were charged but, not, convicted some people ultimately were exonerated that got, caught, up in it he, was interviewed by the Sacramento bee said I'll just say this to my critics fair game looking back. There were things. We, could have done differently I'm very honest about that His. Comments coming amid there's that word again amid democratic outrage over. President Donald Trump's policy since reversed. Of separating, immigrant children are then get us the, talking point. Children were, up from the arms nursing mothers and their. Babies ripped from I know Newsom is now trying. To reinvent himself as the best suited to lead. California I'm telling you what if new some wins Jerry Brown is gonna look Reaganesque we're. Gonna look back to these days as the good old days it just. Know that Well Mark, I can you say that because it's my. Show well and you can you can agree or disagree one eight hundred seven sixty k.. AM be live and local here, on AM, seven sixty talk and breaking news. One eight hundred seven sixty five three six to stop by alcohol..
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Come back and appeal this matter it's not like it has been widely enforced yet what the attorneys here told me is that they issued to citations so far before the injunction had been issued i i do find it slightly amusing though that the city's position was your honor we don't know what we've done can you give us a couple of months to figure it out we don't have an argument was not persuasive sam stanton of the sacramento bee is on the line so this is a preliminary injunction shirley there are more steps to be taken what do you think is going to happen next i think the city will come back to court and say we would like another shot at this we have new arguments to make about why this is important at the same time the city is trying not to look cruel you know they they say they've spent something like one hundred twenty million dollars recently trying to deal with homeless issues like every community in the state has and so they'll file something they'll be another hearing the homeless advocates in the homeless individual who filed the suit i'm sure we'll show up again and they will fight it out go ahead jackson the point of these things i don't think we're supposed to say this out loud the law enforcement's not gonna say it out loud some of the people that are writing these ordinances up these laws up there i'm going to say the point is to get the frequent homeless away from where the public hanging out you have to come fish it's a quality life thing you have to pretend it's about atm's that's what it's about and so now you're just trying to make it less comfortable for the homeless people to be hanging around they get rousted down and then and finally they say i gotta find someplace else to hang out you just trying to get them out of there and you're trying to come up with a legal way to do it i mean every community is struggling with that here we had homeless encampments under the eaves of superior court or every morning they would come out and they shoved down onto the sidewalks and they'd have to come out in the hose off the the fire the court you know now they they sit in front of city hall i've been down there in the middle of night for protests and you have to watch where you step frankly because there are no restaurants which is something that they're are now trying to remedy here in sacramento by providing restaurants to homeless people but nobody's found that answer well in we could we could all go through san diego's situation the bay area obviously one los angeles portland caroline lou comes from portland that's the whole mess bathroom that often ends up being well you use the bathrooms for the homeless that's what they become because nobody who's not homeless is going to use those bathrooms even though your tax money is paying for the bathroom and ends up being a bathroom only a homeless person would ever use because it's so filthy and then people sleep in there and do drugs and prostitution and everything that we all know that whole story tough nut to crack so listen sam i bring this up not because you're a constitutional law professor or anything but i know you're smart guy and it occurs to me that if as a free speech freak i have to accept this ruling the very idea of a free speech down weather on a college campus or or by a political convention or whatever that that i've always found that notion obscene we have a free speech zone begins at the atlantic stopped as the pacific and you see where i'm heading with this but if if i can aggressively panhandle next to an atm you can't tell me i can't petition the government for redress my grievances wherever the hell i want well i think you can i think they decide but argue that you could try another atm i'm not saying that's right or wrong but you know how do you tell people what they can or cannot say on a public street if someone wants to hold up an antitrump signer an anti clinton sign how's that different from say go here in sacramento holding up a sign saying i need food it's a tough one sam stanton of the sacramento bee well done sam is always good to talk to you thanks guys thank you see i.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Sacramento bee later this week and i find what he's doing these the republican party during discouraging and that he is he's telling donors to not give money to republicans he wants to put the party on a starvation diets will become more moderate and republican california natives for arnold to be scold or lecture about what direction they should go i i wish the governor were a little more productive in his time and i think the government needs to think about is perhaps starting third party in california because if he wants to push three publicans and they're more moderate direction he's just gonna lose conservatives who will break off and they will form their own party so maybe he just needs to cut the chase and do a party of his own i'll nec's joined forces with that transcendent figure john casick to get this idea going so i wish them well and that was exactly the germany idea for the koanewsradio arnold wants to be don quixote and he wants to tilt at windmills he wants to sue companies for global warming he wants to change the wicked ways the california republican party well don quixote yours needs attention ponza in central time is john casick in this case but if you go into which brings us back to donkeys that's brilliant bill circle you look at a poll last week in ohio they upholstered do they match you trump there's this case they can in a primary in case a big truck and ohio by eleven points sixteen trump each case sixty five to twenty seven so i think in terms of chasing mighty political force i'm not sure john tasting thinks he is but john casick certainly thinks that just as jeff flake thinks that and so you know if he wants to run against trump and twenty twenty be my guest bill whelan among his many credentials is a research fellow at the hoover institution bill really appreciate the chat i hope we can do this again thanks guys mexico down for the presentation i'm glad you enjoyed it oh absolutely terrific thanks very impressive yeah chart people being smart and common sense there was a great deal oh getty.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"But she is melting now she has launched a petition to demand that's what liberals do they demand things in this case she wants to demand that vice president mike pence skip the nra's upcoming annual meetings of course i've got a picture of her here holding a resist sign what i gotta be honest she looks really good holding it but i digress let's do that let's demand that vice president mike pence these people are the biggest boneheaded hypocrites you've ever seen because on the next page i flip and there she is pointing a gun at one of the cameras in a movie she's in and i'm sure it wasn't really top notch movie because she's not let's face it she's not that great of an actress again nonetheless back to the headlines because we're going to spend some time on this no guns allowed nra convention when trump pat speak park land survivors call out an ra over gun ban at dallas you would not believe some of the things that they wrote here's another one let's go to this one i this is a twitter feed no no no this is the sacramento bee let's go let's start with the sacramento bee guns banned from an ra evatt for pence's safety parkland survivors ask why not for us now again you have to work at stupidity here guns banned from nra event for pensa safety parkland survivors ask why not for us what do you mean guns are banned at your school what am i something brain not working properly here park land survivors ask why not for us what do you mean why not for you it's crickets what does that mean why not for us school parkland marjory stoneman douglas is and was a gun free zone so i'm not sure guns are already banned for you pal right but let's go back to the operative word here guns banned from nra event for pence's safety so you see what the sacramento bee is doing here with this headline you think this is intentional.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The city of angels this is coast to coast am with george noory interesting story out of the sacramento bee newspaper there wendell phillips was a newly minted sacramento sheriff's deputy when the man known as the east area rapist was breaking into homes stocking raping dozens of victims night after night over the course of several terrifying years in the region phillips who's dow sixty eight said one thing that stands out to him as he looks back on the case which had him hiding in darkened homes this is philips now who is doing this face covered in grease pain trying to catch the suspect in the act he remembers thinking that the man they were hunting behaved like a cop or someone who had been in the military it was something he discussed with his fellow deputies we always suspected he was law enforcement or had some kind of special forces training or both said phillips a former deputy union representative who is now an attorney living in malibu those long held suspicions were confirmed of course when officials named joseph james dangelo is a suspect in the long cold case seventy two years old of folsom high school graduate enlisted in the us navy one on to serve in vietnam later earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from sacramento state university after graduation he moved to exeter where he served as a police officer from seventy three to seventy six in his time there coincided with what became known as we just mentioned the assault ransack burglary spree in which someone broke into more than eightyfive homes killed a college of the sequoias journalism professor ten miles from exeter after leaving exeter in nineteen seventy six di angelo became an officer with the auburn police department fired as we mentioned in seventy nine he was charged with shoplifting a hammer in canned of dog repellent from citrus heights drugstore someone just emailed me and said the reason he stole it is because they didn't want any record that he had purchased it in case they were caught at the scene of the crime unbelievable story in a moment we will be back in a moment with keith komo's we'll talk more about the case and.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The city of angels this is coast to coast am with george noory interesting story out of the sacramento bee newspaper there wendell phillips newly minted sacramento sheriff's deputy when the man known as the east area rapist was breaking into home stalking and raping dozens of victims night after night over the course of several terrifying years in the region phillips shoes dow sixty eight said one thing that stands out to him as he looks back on the case which had him hiding in darkened homes phillips now who's doing this face covered in grease paint trying to catch the suspect in the act here remembers thinking that the man they were hunting behaved like a cop or someone who had been in the military it was something he discussed with his fellow deputies we always suspected he was law enforcement or had some kind of special forces training or both said phillips a former deputy union representative who is now an attorney libanan in malibu those long held suspicions were confirmed of course when officials named joseph james di angelo is a suspect in the long cold case seventy two years old of folsom high school graduate enlisted in the us navy went on to serve in vietnam later earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from sacramento state university after graduation he moved to exeter where he served there's a police officer from seventy three to seventy six in his time there coincided with what became known as we just mentioned the the solu ranch burglary spree in which someone broke into more than eightyfive homes killed a college.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The city of angels this is coast to coast am with george noory interesting story out of the sacramento bee newspaper there wendell phillips was a newly minted sacramento sheriff's deputy when the man known as the east area rapist was breaking into home stocking and raping dozens of victims night after night over the course of several terrifying years in the region phillips who's now sixty eight said one thing that stands out to him as he looks back on the case which had him hiding in darkened homes this is phillips now who is doing this face covered in grease pain trying to catch the suspect in the act he remembers thinking that the man they were hunting behaved like a cop or someone who had been in the military it was something he discussed with his fellow deputies we always suspected he was law enforcement or had some kind of special forces training or both said phillips a former deputy union representative who is now an attorney libyan in malibu those long held suspicions were confirmed of course when officials named joseph james de ngelo is a suspect in the long cold case seventy two years old a folsom high school graduate enlisted in the us navy went on to serve in vietnam later earned a bachelor's degree in criminal justice from sacramento state university after graduation he moved to exeter where he served as a police officer from seven seventy three to seventy six in his time there coincided with what became known as we just mentioned the solu ransack burglary spree in which someone broke into more than eightyfive homes killed a.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The officers the first phone call he made to the authorities was back in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven when he was just starting out his rape spray through the sacramento area and the sat county sheriff's office received three calls from man claiming to be the east area rapist the first two calls were in the middle of the afternoon they were identical it ended with the caller laughing and hanging up neither was recorded saying i'm the east side rapist i'm the east side rapist and i have my next victim already stopped and you guys can't catch me later that year in december he calls again you're never gonna catch me you dumb efforts i'm gonna affect again tonight careful on christmas or around christmas there was one of his victims one of the women who he had raped gets a phone call and he calls her and says merry christmas it's me again and hangs up he did this several times but it looks like the calls stopped about one thousand nine hundred eighty two that was when he called one of his victims who was working at a denny's restaurant this is after he attacked her and told her he was going to rape her again but in two thousand one the sacramento bee published an article that confirmed that the original night stalker and the east area rapist where the same person it was actually a lot of work that orange county friends did orange county was first in the state when it came to a lot of dna testing early days but anyway the sacramento bee published this article that says this is the same guy and the same day that the article comes out one of his old victims from forty years before gets a phone call and the voice on the other end of the line says remember when we played and then he hangs up he was in his fifties at that time long done raping and killing but still taunting i gotta believe this was somebody who wanted to be caught after committing all of those crimes he wanted to he wanted the recognition yeah the the dna tests that you referred to that the the be originally wrote about in two thousand and one did make that connection between the east area rapist they figured that that was the.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sacramento bee later this week and i find what he's doing these being the republican party during discouraging and that he is he's telling donors to not give money to republicans he wants to put the party on a starvation diet so become more moderate and you know the last thing republicans in california needed for arnold to be scold or a lecture about what direction they should go i i wish the governor were a little more productive in his time and i think what the governor maybe needs to think about is perhaps starting third party in california because if he wants to push through publicans and more moderate direction he's just gonna lose conservatives who will break off and they'll form their own party so maybe he just needs to cut the chase and do a party of his own no nec's joined forces with that transcendent figure john casick to get this idea going so i wish them well and that was exactly the germany the idea for the colony autumn wants to be don quixote and he wants to tilt at windmills wants to sue companies for global warming he wants to change the wicked ways the california republican party well don quixote always needs to sancho panza and sancho panza is john casick in this case but if you go into which brings us back to donkey right that's brilliant bill and if look you look at a poll last week in ohio they upholstered do they match you have trump there's this case it can in a primary in case the be trump and ohio by eleven points until mid sixteen trump each case sixty five to twenty seven so i think in terms of potentially mighty political force i'm not sure that john casey because don't thinks he is john cousens certainly thinks that justice jeff flake thinks that and so you know if he wants to run against trump in twenty twenty be my guest bill whelan among his many credentials is a research fellow at the hoover institution bill really appreciate the chat i hope we can do this again thanks guys coming down for the presentation i'm glad you enjoyed it oh it's absolutely terrific thanks very impressive chart people being smart and common sense there was a great deal of common sense on display how does bitcoin fit into all of that that's the question sean thomas from the armstrong and.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show i have an answer to a question that i had post on the air before they have released the information that the police had been given about the suspect they were looking for and nothing in the information said the suspect was black they did not know that he was black they knew he was six foot one inch individual who had been seen hiding or fleeing into backyards that was the suspect they were looking for and by the way stefan clark had been released from jail i just a little bit less than a month before his shooting that doesn't mean he deserved to be shot but what it does mean is that the some of the hysteria regarding his particular shooting needs to be placed in a in context meanwhile the sacramento bee has identified the two officers involved even though the sacramento police department has not yet identified them they are apparently officer terrance mirka doll and officer jared robin mercantile is black the officer he is native of elk grove california which is right in the area of sacramento he graduated from laguna creek high school in two thousand and three he's a patrol officer in the neighborhood where clark was killed he's worked in sacramento since two thousand fifteen after previously working for the olive branch police department missouri robin aunt apparently a white officer it doesn't say here but he has been with the police department since two thousand fourteen those those bits of information it seems to me should at least argue against the idea that this shooting was all about race in the middle of the night in other words is it really possible in a dark backyard in that situation to recognize and then compute and enter react accordingly whether about a suspect who's race you do not know to understand that is that what people think is that because he was a black male that the officer somehow wanted to put him down i can assure you that for both officers the black officer in the white officer the the.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Listen to every day the michael medved show thirty four minutes after the hour on the michael medved show i have an answer to a question that i had post on the air before they have released the information that the police had been given about the suspect they were looking for and nothing in the information said the suspect was black they did not know that he was black they knew he was six foot one inch individual who had been seen hiding or fleeing into backyards that was the suspect they were looking for and by the way stefan clarke had been released from jail a just a little bit less than a month before his shooting that doesn't mean he deserved to be shot but what it does mean is that the some of the hysteria regarding his particular shooting needs to be placed in a in context meanwhile the sacramento bee has identified the two officers involved even though the sacramento police department has not yet identified them they are apparently off sir terence mirka doll and officer jared robin it mercantile is black the officer he is a native of elk grove california which is right in the area of sacramento he graduated from laguna creek high school in two thousand and three he's a patrol officer in the neighborhood where clark was killed he's worked in sacramento since two thousand fifteen after previously working for the olive branch police department missouri robin aunt apparently a white officer it doesn't say here but he has been with the police department since two thousand fourteen those those bits of information it seems to me should at least argue against the idea that this shooting was all about race in the middle of the night in other words it is it really possible in a dark backyard in that situation to recognize and then compute and then to react accordingly whether about a suspect who's race you do not know to understand that is that what people think is that because he was a black male that the officer somehow wanted to put him down i can assure you that for both officers the black officer in the white officer the shooting of stefan clark is probably the worst thing that ever happened to them this is not something that anyone in law enforcement ever wants to see whether the the victim is white or black.
"sacramento bee" Discussed on KGO 810
"Sacramento bee later this week and i find what he's doing these the republican party during discouraging and that he is he's telling donors to not give money to republicans he wants to put the party on a starvation diet so we'll become more moderate and you know the last thing republicans in california natives for arnold to be scold or lecture about what direction they should go i i wish governor were a little more productive in his time and i think what the governor maybe needs to think about is perhaps starting a third party in california because if he wants to push three publicans and more moderate direction he's just gonna lose conservatives who will break off and they will form their own party so maybe he just needs to cut the chase and do a party of his own no nec's joined forces with that transcendent figure john casick to get this idea going so i wish them well and that was exactly the german the idea for the column artem looks should be donte hodie and he wants to tilt at windmills wants to sue companies global warming he wants to change the wicked ways the california republican party well donkey hodie always needs a sancho ponza and sancho ponza is john casick in this case but if you go into which brings us back to donkeys yes but if you look you look at a poll last week in ohio they upholstered do they match you have trump there's this case it can in a primary in case the peak trump and ohio by eleven points and tillmon sixteen trump each case sixty five to twenty seven so i think in terms of the mighty political force i'm not sure that john casick because donald thinks he is but john caissons certainly thinks that justice jeff flake thinks that and so you know if he wants to run against trump and twenty twenty be my guess he'll wayland among his many credentials is a research fellow at the hoover institution bill really appreciate the chat i hope we can do this again thanks guys next coming down to the presentation i'm glad you enjoyed it always absolutely terrific thanks very impressive now chart people being smart and common sense there was a great deal of common sense on display yeah and how does bitcoin fit into all.
Sacramento police fatally shoot unarmed man holding cellphone in backyard
"To parcel gang may lena lakes sane is safe checking the place could he got sixty upstate brain on our set of set could he got fifty states claudia cutting the brain on molin everybody is dj envy angela ye shall i mean the guy we are the breakfast club let's get to front page news let's talk about this unarmed black man shot and killed yes sacramento police did release this video it shows the moments that an unarmed man who was suspected of breaking three car windows was killed by the police he was within his own backyard two cops apps he killed him now when you hear the nine one one call and then you hear the police responding from the video that they did release you can hear them yelling at him to put his hands up and then you hear a lot of gunshots being fired about twenty bullets now his grandmother succeeded thompson told the sacramento bee he was at the wrong place at the wrong time in his own backyard come on now they didn't have to do that he did have to children are steph stephen stuff and clark i think steph from clock clock murdered in his own backyard result now bodycam video do show the cops running through the neighborhood ordering him to stop and show his hands as they close in on him in the.