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"santa barbara city" Discussed on KCRW
"Two main sticking points that often come up grid, reliability and price. Let's start with the grid when it's dry outside, as it often is. In California, and winds start to whip the state's electrical suppliers have begun shutting off the power to prevent wildfires. The spokesperson for the utility company says it's hard to say how long the allergist will last. And that's not to mention when fires themselves, knock out the power or storms or mudslides. So if you rely on electricity to charge heat and cool everything in your house, and it goes out What are you left with? City Council member Kristen Snowden is well aware of this concern. She teaches earth science at Santa Barbara City College and seized the issue of grid reliability as a self perpetuating loop. The issues with the electrical grid right now, being unreliable has to do with climate change, and the extreme weather events were having and drought and becoming a tinderbox basically. In other words, burning natural gas is fueling climate change, which is fueling extreme weather events, which is fueling our need to shut off the electrical grid You can look at Texas is freak. Winter storm is the most recent example which left millions of people without power. Council member, Snowden says. We need to combat that issue by decentralizing our electricity system. She wants to see more community microgrids, more solar panels on people's roofs and more batteries and people's homes. That's what she did at her own house..
"santa barbara city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Give me the two titles of the books. I probably should have retained them, but I didn't take my privilege in tonight before I came in. I'll tell you what the U. S and author repeats and titles of his books. And you just You know, you just got all kinds of extra credit, you know? Well. The first book, The One on the American idea is called Common Sense Nations. Unlocking the for gotten power of the American idea, By the way, America used to be referred to commonly as the common Sense Nation. We don't hear that much anymore. Well, and from what I've seen, it doesn't justify being called that right now. Kind of, you know, it kind of been a cliff, hasn't it? The second book, Thank you for asking is called reclaiming common sense. Finding truth in a post truth world, You know 2016. The Oxford Dictionary said that the word of the year was post truth. In the elite of the academic elite and the elite. Um in general, the corporate elite and the corporate leaders who've been who've been to the best schools, they don't They have been taught that there's no such thing as truth. And that we allow live in a post truth world. You know, It's very convenient for people who are dishonest, because if there's no such thing as truth, then there's no such thing is lying. And that's very nice. Isn't it for is very convenient for those that's right. Well. So reclaiming common sense addresses. See the founders idea. Was there crazy, wild and crazy idea at the time yet have a king had been groomed to be a king. He would rule. But the Americans had this crazy idea that we could rule ourselves now. What are they based that belief on they base it? On the belief That your common sense and my common sense Collectively expressed through public debate and voting and choosing our from among us some to carry out the task of government. Could it could succeed in governance. Now at the time, people said, that can't be, but it worked. And it worked because we can govern ourselves. Common sense. But well, but what is needed so that other words common sense and the faith in common sense is the very foundation of the founders founding. So. So what's going on right now? As we have the left attacking the founding, Let's get really Electoral college. You know, get rid of the first event when they get rid of all of our institutions on blitz rewrite history completely that and at the same time. No, there's this war on common sense. Then that's the war on the basis of the whole system. That's why the second book, I Mean, when, when, when The government tells schools that boy Who identifies as a girl gets to use the girl's locker room and the girls bathroom. But as that identity what the person claims for themselves Trump's biological reality Well, you know, what is it? What are they doing? Well, you know what's amazing about that. You bring up that point, Robert. What's amazing about that? Is there always the sign that will come and will pay attention to the science unless the science is inconvenient for for their narrative at any given the circumstance. So true. But what they're doing is they're violating everyone's common sense idea that this boys and girls and yeah and and buy and they're violating it in a way that's rubbing our noses in it. They're saying we don't accept common sense. And that's very important because if if the of America cannot conduct its Political discussion. With common sense. We we lose the power of governing ourselves, even if they don't take the vote away. Oh, you know when the Here's the other thing, too, and this is more to the point of the whole discussion that we're into now with common sense. And the founders said. You know what? I got to rely on the people's common sense and give them the power to make their decisions. We've got a governor in Ohio Mike DeWine. We've got a governor in Kentucky where I live, and he Bashir. I call him the boy dictator who are not giving us the benefit of the doubt of knowing what's right for us and our families in the middle of what I call the scam, Democrat 2020. And this is the point. Yes. Is there a public health crisis? Whether it's made up? How much you believe of how big a crisis it is or not? It violates these edicts and mandates. That are not law violates the whole intent of the founders. As far as how we should govern ourselves, doesn't it doesn't not as too busy, you know, the, um my mom for I'm from Santa Barbara and Santa Barbara City Council. Not too long ago, you know, made that one of those rules where you can't have plastic straws and a restaurant and people can't buy him in stores, you know, And so when they when they were asked about it, one of the city councilman said, Well, you know, people just don't have the common sense. Figure these things out, so we have to. We have to decide for them, and I thought that was it was perfect. I mean, that's exactly that's governor to wine and his governor Newsome and and it's a lot of folks in Washington to Yeah, um and I thought was odd. Somebody pointed this out. It's not my original comment, but I'll share it with you, and we can have a laugh over it. In the recent election, Oregon Ah! Approved a two least de criminalize use of cocaine and heroin. As you may or may not know. Organ is also one of those states that voted to ban straws. They didn't think this thing through, did they? Well, you see, that's a perfect I mean, that's a beautiful I love your example. I mean, it is of the same nature as saying We'll avoid it says he's a girl gets to use the girl's bathroom. I mean, We're we're in charge and we can make you know we could make crazy decisions that violate common sense and and there's nothing you could do about it. I mean, that's rubbing our nose and There. Their disdain for common sense and for the truth, which they learned in school, Believe you me. Sadly, if the Democrats assumed total control of our government will.
"santa barbara city" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"You guys thes community colleges between 2000 and $5000. Dollars per year per year. We're talking about no more than 100 bucks a week for your college for your post high school education. That's what I'm talking about. It's affordable. It's doable. No stress, no entrance exams. None of the waiting vo biting your nails waiting to see you got accepted. You walk up, you enroll. And you're accepted and you're doing it for a fraction of what other people are paying, walking out with an incredible, unbelievable degree getting into it in no particular order. Foothill College. This is all sent in my listeners. Foothill College located low salt those HILLS, California, an institution offers a broad range academic brought all kinds of academic programs. Left and right, different. I mean, very diverse 1500 year. These are the numbers being sent to me here. All of these colleges I'm not even going to say the amounts except to tell you there between $1000 a year and $5000 a year. Very doable Numbers. Walla Walla Community College, located near one of our best stations, while the wall community college there in Washington State. Unbelievable program. Hugely diverse. Great. Now I can't even list all of the various programs if I'm going to get through these 30 Next up. I love how these community colleges keep popping up in some of the most expensive states in the union, Santa Barbara City College, highly ranked people walk out happy with great degrees. I'm going to butcher the next one technical college system of George's Altamaha Technical College. All of these between five grand a year to all the way down to one grand a year. It's unbelievable. Next up North Central Kansas Technical College. I love the Midwest. It is so beautiful, stuffed with some of the nicest people you'd ever want to meet in your life. I'm so proud to hail my family tree from the Midwest South Dakota, namely Lovett Lake Area Technical Institute in Watertown, South Dakota. Speaking of all of these degrees guys to be had for five grand or less per year, according to this printout that I have right here. Lake Area Technical Institute, Watertown, South Dakota. I've been to that town many times. My beloved family summer trips is a kid. Beautiful country. Amazing Institute. Get your degree for far less and enjoy habitation with some of the finest people on earth. Will you do it? Fort Scott Community College Fort Scott, Kansas Love all these Midwestern towns. Fantastic degrees. I am looking at bullet point after bullet point of what they offer with regards to degrees..
"santa barbara city" Discussed on Turn Me On
"I've never thought about photography that way until Like two weeks ago I was. I was at this cabin in the woods tripping on LSD. And I found this book that was It was photos from this town in Canada called Saint John New Brunswick and the photos were taken in like nineteen sixty nine like sixty nine sixty eight sixty nine seventy and I'm looking through these photos. Wall like on another planet and and. I'm I'm I start to like see I was like why. Why is this? Point is book exists. This is so weird and Saint. John is like a very small town not going on there. But then I start to realize that these photos that this guy was taking like this book that He created are showing these photos from a town that in nineteen sixty nine looked like they were photos that could have been taken in like nineteen ten like they were living in the past this town and that thought came up in that moment of like these moments these moments that this guy is capturing are these little like these little freeze frames and he knows he's doing this but everybody around him. It's a lot of slow. It's what's going on the town. It's like the firefighters putting on a fire or some kid playing with its toy on you know on the sidewalk and it totally shifted the way I. I took in photography in that moment. I hope I hope that fucking exists. Every time I look at photos now because it was it was it was a really like profound moment of seeing that art for what it is I don't know where I'm going that other than you just said that improve reminded me of these photos looking at But again how did? How did you take that step from going all right? I'm taking photos of like a brick early. Some buildings to taking photos of two people passionately having sex or someone masturbating. Or what have you so I was going to so I finished high school and moved to Santa Barbara and I started going Brooks Institute of Photography and I was going there and I didn't really like it. It's a very structured school. It's It's kind of stuffy and you know we were just learning. I guess all the things that you learn photography school that are terribly dull like how to mount prince until like archival whiteboard and stuff like I just didn't care about and my parents had just launched sues net so the it was the very beginning of the Internet rises like ninety eight and so my parents launched their website Susana and they launched their Susan. I think I got to actually check. Check these facts. But it's a month after or a month before Google launched without. Yeah I know right so it's like back then like the beginning and because my mom was already so well known as a photographer and because she was one of the few people that owned most of our content. Her website just blew up and this is back before video is really a thing. Download speeds were really slow so nobody was putting video up. You know and so pictures were the thing. Yeah you're getting that picture it's going like Bam ever but it's still like being. It's like the one thing and and they were just killing it and I didn't know what to do you know they didn't know what they were doing I remember we hired a graphic designer. Who took two weeks to make a banner and they thought that was normal. 'cause just no clue so they and I really wasn't feeling it at Brooks and so my dad asked me you know. Would YOU CONSIDER COMING BACK TO LA in like helping us off work on the website liquid? You like you know. Do some kind of office stuff because we're just drowning. And I was like okay and I had actually before I went to Brooks. I had gone to Santa Barbara City College with the idea to finish up at UCSB and get a degree in world literature. English has gonNA become like an English teacher because I just felt safer than being photographer and trying to make it in the arts and so I was like okay so I came back in a certain gruner. Ucla just finish that degree. Because just because I wanted a college degree and it still didn't think that I was going to end up like working in porn. I just thought like a hot my parents out for a little bit while I figure out what I'm GonNa do and finish school and I just found that it was a really good fit for me and I think the time. The timing was perfect because the Internet allowed. My parents freedom that they never had before because suddenly they had a platform where they could sell their content independently do people. We didn't have to sell it to a magazine who had certain specifications they need needed. Or like you know. Create a video for a distributor that was going to send out there was suddenly like the middleman was gone. You could sell directly to your consumers and so we were able to create anything we wanted and it was really cool. It was like as long as people got naked in the end and had sex. Like we come up with these really cool fantastical ideas you know. We'd start and be like okay. What are we going to do this week? Let's do like a nineteen twenties. Like gangsters shoot old car or. Let's do some bright kind of poppy futuristic. She like anything we wanted. And we were making so much money and we'd a stylus and a set designer. I mean it was fucking cool from a creative standpoint. That's just like for a creative standpoint. It was your sandbox. Like you can do whatever the fuck you want. Yeah and the people were so cool and you know I admit I grew up in what I call the sues. Bubbly and my mom was very careful about who worked in her crew She was very specific about how the models were to be treated and you know she was shooting very high end content so it was all like we kinda shot the best of the best and everything was beautiful and well lit and the best makeup in the best clothes so like it never felt dirty or scummy in any way it felt like beautiful and erotic and artistic and so that was the experience that I had coming into the industry and I just really enjoyed it and so I just stayed did that did you know coming into it with that mindset and you know the way your mom sort of had it set up like did that inform the rest of your career in of like the quality the you know the content the the people that your surroundings yourself with the people that you work with absolutely everything that I do in every which way in which I conduct myself is what I learned my mom one of the things that my mom. Tommy is that the model is the most important person there. You need to make sure that she's comfortable that she's fed that she's like she feels sexy. She looks good. She feels heard lake. She's respected. My mom was very very passionate about that and also to just having a really great crew like I'm really picky about who works on my sat's like everybody's really respectful hard working. You know fun like are sets of fun and they're great people and And you know it has to be beautiful and it has to be. It has to feel glamorous and it has to feel like sexy has to feel safe. That's also really important. We heard that in our last conversation was talking about intimacy coordinators and film and be linked and said. That safe is sexy. And I'm wondering your mom. Sounds like she's really ahead of her time in terms of that and was it. What was it like in your house growing up with your own sexuality. Never mind your art but I mean my parents were always you know again really open. They were like hippies and You Know A. I don't know there was no like they were there was no I was. I did not grow up with a sense of shame around my sexuality or around sex. My mom always had demeanor. The woman's body is beautiful thing. It's a work of art. It's nothing to be ashamed of so I mean I don't I don't actually remember my parents sitting down and like talking to me about sex and I think that that was maybe one place that a they could have done a little bit better at. They could have maybe educated me a bit. I mean I learned things through school and through friends but I don't know it never felt like a weird taboo subjects at never felt like I said shameful. It was just something. It didn't feel like this. Huge obstacle that needed to be broached because it was never set up that way you know like how a lot of parents a lot of families sexist. It's taboo subject. It's a scary thing to talk about. It's a serious thing to admit exists so like once. That moment comes where you have to finally be like okay like we do acknowledge to our children that their sex in the world like we never had that moment. 'cause it was just always there. Yeah it so. Many people we talk about today are like learning so many kids. Learning about sex from porn does like a big topic of conversation. I just I wonder Yeah just your thoughts on on that considering you you came up in an environment where the female body was viewed in this way and and the subject matter was sexual like. Do you feel like you've been able to bring that into the art. You're creating a leg at do you. Do you think it's educational of of healthy snacks or like it's a. It's a good model of like people can look at this and or view this and feel like They're seeing something unique out of out of the. I don't exactly know what I'm trying to ask. But the part of the big part of the conversation I think is that we hear it all the fucking time of like you know the thing that's wrong with the world. Today's that like people people get their sex education from porn. You know and like what are your thoughts on that on that that notion that like porn is like the is is not the greatest sex. Ed Teacher that you never had you know. Yeah well I mean so. Here's here's one thing. Is that people say porn and they just put this kind of blanket statement. All Porn is the same opponent is not the same. There's so many different kinds of porn. It's like saying well. How do you feel about like kids? Learning about life from movies like just move. There's different kinds of movies. There's Y- like what are we talking about all different kinds of porn. I think that things that people think about is they think about the more like rough porn. That's let because you know. People automatically have this negative bias and assumption towards what porn is the automatically. Think of like whatever looks like. Women are being victimized and degraded abused. That's what porn is right. Because that's where everybody's mind goes to so I think that in most cases it's it's probably it's not a good thing because they're not getting any context out of seeing that you know you can see for example like Bedia som scene and you can think like. Oh my God that looks so horrible. The girl looks like she's in pain. It looks like they've tied her down. She can't go anywhere like this is abuse those of us..
"santa barbara city" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"George Rory back could you will Thomas result all is one of the freshest voices offered and guidance on enlightenment and spiritual awakening he expresses his ideas and very simple clear English and this makes it really easy for people to understand these very deep subjects Thomas's taught a class for the center for lifelong learning through the Santa Barbara City College about his book living the paradox of enlightenment and back in the two thousand twelve V. spoke for the prestigious lecture series minded super mind which is run by the Santa Barbara City College Thomas also talks about conscious creation in a way that might be helpful for many people in here he is back on coast to coast Sello Thomas hello to our thank you so much for having me on our mutual friend Mr Seretse Richard Sir at the highly recommended you to us really that's good to hear yeah good guy we met over the air about gosh I think was two thousand and eight because that's when we first started talking about the Houdini experiment a ha afterlife experiment which actually I wrote for your attention that's right here we are well it's good to have you with us and tell us a little bit more about yourself other than the bio if you would. you know I grew up here in LA grade school high school headed off to college in Santa Barbara spent about forty five years in Santa Barbara and last thanksgiving my mom asked me to move in with her and she had lived alone in awhile and you know my father passed away in twenty twelve so I thought it was a good thing so good for her and good for me so I moved in here it's quite an adjustment for me on the small town kind of guy but here I am in Los Angeles and during all that time my I really worked on science and math and always a long distance runner reasonably successful in that in the sense that I was on the team at UC Santa Barbara and I was really fun and I just enjoyed being up there and hiking up in the hills and playing volleyball and making good friends and it's less there's a look at it in the end you know what's good for you help your mother that's that's something of me my yeah father went in two thousand eleven and my yes first sister one of two I have one that passed also my mother asked her to move in with her just so she could help out around the house and stuff like that then you know to be honest she's the one who's helping me you know she's put a roof over their head out on the table I do it I can you know but she's she's just the champions superstar wonderful person says enough about my mom it's funny that we we moved away but we never really move away and that's true tell us about the book living the paradox of in line. you know we in around two thousand and five I started to go to a teacher in Santa Barbara small group that met every week and when I first went it wasn't like wow this is incredible it was just like hello this is interesting I think I'll go some more and I just kept going and going and diversion I said you know I'm always going to go I'm gonna go every week and went for eleven years and during that time I developed to more and more essays I just started reading one more essays from my website actually started writing essays for my website and I mean. years ago but now they checked up to a new level and so these essays gods integrated into the book and refined and so that's how the book came about and there's lots of things to talk about with you tonight Thomas about enlightenment and spiritual awakening am I what's your take on how you think the world is headed today because there's something missing I just can't put my finger on it but. people seem to be upset up tight it it's just has a different feel to what are you picking that up to I think so I'm not is connected to the main public like you might be but I still think I pick it up more like an intuitive or psychic way you now and there's an anxiousness you know which is of low level type of fear it's anxiety when you can't see the lion is chasing you you think there's a problem that you don't really know what it is and what to do about it you know what I mean yeah that's that's what I would like to point out is it could be like a chick inside an egg you know in your the food is there and you're absorbing the food and you know there's getting less less food and making a little bit anxious because it looks like a good amount of food and all my gosh that's going to be the end to you but you don't realize the changes that are taking place with in you and you're getting a bigger body in a stronger body and now you're going to break out of that shell then you're gonna be into a whole New World full of other little checks and sunshine and things so there's no real way of saying what's going to come. now the word enlightenment what does that mean to you. you know I have a definition that I use and many people would point out that there is no strict definition but this is the definition that I use and we're gonna start I have two points that make this up and we're still with the second point is is a little bit easier for us to get a handle on that. being completely free from all selfish or self centered desire and tendencies. so with that I'm just basically saying being a good person being a kind person being a compassionate person so there's no real all wow that's profound and you know I never heard that before and that isn't going to happen when I say that but it's really interesting that some people have definitions of enlightenment to leave that out completely and it just doesn't make any sense to me to have someone be considered in light and when they're not a good person a kind person. so that's an important point and then the first point goes to a deeper truth that might be a little hard to get to right here at the beginning of the interview without being some foundation but I put it on the table anyway it's being fully awake to the intuitive understanding of your true self as the wind define source awareness to one's self that arises as all terrorist cell. that is probably very mysterious statements we might have to dig into that as the night goes on are you finding that people are trying to become a little more enlightened yeah yes definitely they sometimes haven't urgency about it which you know you can't go about this in the urgent about it you have to relax into it and let it grow naturally but it can really help if you have a little bit of guidance and like I said I started to go to my mentor in two thousand and five and I just continue to go to those meetings and it was so interesting to see him be an example of an has relaxed nature and he's at peace and he's available for kindness and compassion and that was inspiring to me but is also very helpful in understanding some of these deeper truths about who you really are. who are we anyways Thomas well you know the question to one of the points that you bring up on the show many times and that has to do with this this saying that you've heard it goes something like this you are not a human being having a spiritual experience but instead you are a spiritual being having a human experience. you've heard that before put your hands yeah and this is what I consider the first CD spiritual awakening and to rephrase that you have a soul. before that you might think I'm just the bottom cruising around some happens the body that died you know it's the end of me that's the end of your that's your definition of who you are the body at the material this definition of who you are well people like yourself George I hear you talking the other night about your own out of body experience less than years old I haven't been able to duplicate it but I sure have one hello eleven eleven okay so the fact that you had it shows you how to doubt that this material this definition of who you are is it least in complete. yeah there's more more do you have not and so I read lots of books about out of body experiences in near death experiences and conscious memory of past lives through this I came both an intellectual understanding to some extent and I realized that that has limited understanding because only intellectual but I also had an intuitive understanding. and then there's the experience of understanding that you were able to tap into that I have not yet tapped into that the whole of that points to this truth this key spiritual understanding that you have a soul now the soldiers involved in the creation of the body and throughout its entire life the body and the soul are interacting in now tied together and then at the very end of physical life the full drops off I mean I'm sorry that the soul drops the body and the guys discuss the end of that so and now I am does it all over again and again yeah and that shows is that that body is not essential to the full and then when this awareness this awakening happens a lot of people think that this is who they are that they must fundamentally beautiful and what I am suggesting is that we're now going to dig he he's in deeper than that we're going to step back from the full and at that point the mystic finds out that the existing fundamentally that's the power of sentence. they exist as this open capacity for the area. if I may put this in another set of words you know you exist. and you know you were seventeen what I'm saying is that you exist fundamentally this power of sand yeah when you strip away everything it's not essential to what you are you end up with this power of sentence which is not a thing you are not a pain medicine you are not an object that is aware you are not a sentence to dean you are sentenced it's. and this is the second key awakening. when you were teaching your class at the center for lifelong learning what did the students want to learn what were they there for. I would say that they really wanted to relieve their suffering so they wanted to find out why things that they didn't want difficult challenges kept arising for them and this kind of you wanna both have released to that and if you can. prevent these things from arising in the first place learning how to work with them and be a little bit more emotionally accepting of your challenges and then maybe changing some of your core beliefs in a way where these challenges may not arise so sharply. this kind of makes sense yeah elle in but when they leave the class how did they leave it. are they up beat are they yeah puzzle of the got to have the lead. I'm well I would say that I didn't have a lot of students on a regular basis so we were able to deal kind of one on one as the court you know small class allows so they were able to kind of tune in to what I was saying and open up to it I'll put it this way that class was a couple weeks long I forget how long it lasts but even when I heard these ideas I had to go and think about them for months. and some of them I've dealt been dealing with for years so this has matured in me for a long period of time so I hope some of that experience that I've gone to a help me put it on the table little clear so people can get to the core of what it might be that they might utilize more successfully Thomas can you teach kindness or is that within you. for you know.
"santa barbara city" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Captain Monica Rochester cap to the poor Coast Guard Los Angeles Long Beach. this past week the unified command has visited with the families of the victims and I've seen firsthand the impact of the tragedy is taken upon them in our hearts and thoughts are continuing to be with them as they they go through this terrible terrible tragedy. yesterday the unified command which consists of the Santa Barbara sheriff's office of Santa Barbara City fire Santa Barbara county fire. national oceanic atmospheric administration National Park Service national marine sanctuary came together to review a salvage and recovery plan the motor vessel conception. this is an important step to this process but I would like to be clear that the coast guard's role. because courage role during this salvage and recovery operation is for the safety of those on scene during even not watching together listing as well here at the update and that not a lot more rather than some of the things you just heard there I mean that no big aha moment in terms of what caused everything and all these other questions is as to what the crew did or didn't do is they're looking at possible safety lapses Reno all that that's going to take time and always does preliminary investigation. Jay asked some serious safety deficiencies including lack of a Roman night watchman who is required to be awake and alert passengers so everybody was sleeping with we don't know thanks up again there are those crew members made off the boat and the questions will remain and that is the case usually is even when there's a definitive something at some point they're gonna be questions. either remaining or new questions a kamado whatever's determined so at any rate it's just a just a horrific story and so many friends that I just saw this a little bit ago to what I was going on of the Bahamas which took the brunt of hurricane Dorian and Dorian has now been up to getting the east coast of the US but not anywhere near where where was feared earlier this week in terms of intensity I thought what a rain and winds and everything else and and damage but the headline said in the Bahamas there are still quote hundreds unaccounted for. that it's so that's because the communication was down so forth then and it will be that way for some time on that particular island in the Bahamas but these things in any stories come in about a week from now this is the tough part you'll hear reports and relief efforts and all that I was watching one this morning that managed to slip by one of the networks the probably was really happy about it because it suggests maybe the trump administration's doing something good. it was the other day dead dead flown in this guy was going with some supplies just the personal private kind of thing that he was doing and one of the people on the ground there in the Bahamas said you know no one's helping us except the U. S.. well how about. that's what you're not supposed to suppose is happening you're supposed to think that the lease the administration is is cruel and cold hearted and under some other things that may be looking for a photo op to go throw some paper towels around like Porter Rico. last hurricane. so there's that and more coming up by the way that sandbag meetings going on today the San Diego association of governments meetings on it that I believe is seven a one B. street where the San Diego association of governments sandbag is is housed and that's where our house on a crowded the executive director really hope you don't know the meetings going on but it isn't public can attend is just getting under way in the last few minutes this is about the latest schemes to look at everything including congestion pricing just paying for the for the glory and comfort of being stuck in traffic getting out of your cars more high speed to choose so they think I think everything but flying unicorns changing the deal that was on that trans that tax to help you if you're stuck everyday on seventy eight that was seventy eight or sixty seven fifty two some other projects so that is happening today this is the meeting there was going to be on the thirteenth but they just quietly went to move it to the six then then several people including county supervisor Kristin Gaspar another said Hey this what what is this and so we started talking about this in recent days so that the meeting doesn't just slide by which is what certain people on the sandbag board wanted. more on all this coming up and the way this the pick pocketing news will pick pocketing done by the legislators in Sacramento one of the people not doing the pick pocketing Brian Jones will join us in a little bit here in moments on the M. seven sixty talking breaking news a Labor Day has come and gone now time to get your floors cleaned say good bye say but by the summer stains and grime and grease and dirt whatever the dogs did there over the course of the summer the kids or whatever time to call Stanley steamer a lot of companies out there that claim.
"santa barbara city" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Recover all of the victims. to determine how they died and to investigate the cause of this terrible fire and loss of life with the hope that future such tragedies can be prevented. and now I'd like to bring up to the podium captain Monica Rochester of the US Coast Guard. you're listening to news conference live from Santa Barbara about the dive boat fire from early Monday morning right here on KFI. the poor Coast Guard Los Angeles Long Beach. this past week the unified command has visited with the families of the victims and have seen firsthand the impact of the tragedy is taken upon them and our hearts and thoughts are continuing to be with them as they they go through this terrible terrible tragedy. yesterday the unified command which consists of the Santa Barbara sheriff's office Santa Barbara City fire Santa Barbara county fire. national oceanic atmospheric administration National Park Service national marine sanctuary came together to review a salvage and recovery plan the motor vessel conception. this is an important step to this process but I would like to be clear that the coast guard's role. discourage role during this salvage and recovery operation is for the safety of those on scene during these recovery operations as well as the safety for the environment. salvage operations can take some time it it is a very. exacting tolling process on the folks that are on scene the divers that have to assist and I and the continued assessment and reading of of the vessel so it's not a hurry up and left and be placed on the barge it's an incremental efforts to make sure that we we try our or deliberate to best to keep the vessel intact for further further investigation requirements. we will also continue to monitor the operation to provide updates as necessary as as they become Rev. Evelyn for us to to do so and at this time I'd like to go ahead and transition over to you chief Hardwick for the Santa Barbara fire..
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"And how do we grow this brand to be, you know, some weird, hybrid of like funnier die and time out magazine or something like that? That's a great analogy. Did you go to college? Not not. Well, I dropped out three times where did you Trump, I went to the university of Oregon for year? I dropped out of there. I went to Santa Barbara City College and UCSB dropped out of their studied abroad, in London, Cambridge, but like it wasn't like Cambridge was like in Cambridge. It was a coun- the street. Great how old professor for years, I used to both girls and be like in Cambridge guy studied in Cambridge not. Yeah. Yeah. I didn't. I didn't. Wow. Good for you say with the hydro flask update heads up that the sales team has been pretty picky about new accounts to demand from our existing retailers. Good luck. Exclamation. Thank you every night. Yes, he this is this is the problem with being a personality, though. Right. Like, people either, send you all this, you don't want, like, when you actually want so many like we, we, we don't get free all the speaking of getting sent things. I'm going to air out another one of my, you know, I don't care anymore. I'm just reckless. So we used to be like the real only people that would be out here. Repping Taco Bell like do or die for years like forever. Two thousand nine we're on red carpets seating, Taco Bell. And so yeah we put talk about in the game. I'm telling you. We brought the double decker back in my opinion, and really talked about it's very strong brand. You know where years we, we inspired the blows us? So I was so excited always getting those Taco Bell swag. And then it is started seeing every single person with a frigging. I g account with a little bit of heat getting the same sound like. Well, I'm not wearing that now that blah, blah, blah, has the hot sauce pool? Float ease I in a it's been emotional, so inside. No, I know just some coming out in a couple of weeks. Right. I think we're even potentially doing a promo for the hills. Wow. Is reaching out and doing what? Imagine that once that goes and Taco Bell just going to be like trying to suck you all that all the time now they love that. I. Can you eat that food knowing that it's going to block certain? She sent her body. Yeah. I can I definitely can because we lived in Santa Barbara for eight years, and a Mexican food, six meals a day for eight years. So my stomach is fascinating. It could be studied under a frigging laboratory. Are you very healthy very health, conscious? So let's not go there. You're on your diet. Jesse has a very strict diet. And the biggest thing that we always joke about is that he has these slow releasing carbs SRC's sources. And so it is like playing chicken pancake, where it's like book size of a hand, maybe like a forearm, and it's very thin flat fleet thought ten minutes later, he has a slow releasing carbs. It's usually like twenty minutes later. Sorry, it's like a Japanese sweet potato another sweet potatoes. Look for. Potato? So those, and then no desert. Nobody phen-. No macho. Well, here's the thing. It's out of necessity. So I have health issues because I live in LA. So it's like when you live in LA. They're like, I knew a health issue that is not real right? But I have sort of auto immune condition and like deal with a ton of. So I've just sort of been narrowed down to this ridiculous cliche diet, but it does help. So go ahead, make fun of me. Make sure your moon free for real. I don't talk Luton number right? Yeah. None of that's thanks. He drink alcohol. No. But I didn't before I maybe on a date..
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"Lobbying for you. Larry o'connor. Liberty. This. That that is a slut barber. He's an English professor in Santa Barbara. And she was at that meeting because last week the president of that August body Robert Miller had determined that. They would discontinue the use of the pledge of allegiance because well, it's symbolized white nationalism. Mike at fought with getting the battle of the bulge. And the reason we send our yacht bad and women into harm's way. Sacrifice their lives if need be. Precisely because of the ideal better dated, but thankfully, in the lead up to the the totalitarian authoritarians at Santa Barbara City College board of trustees Larry O'Connor show, weekdays ten to noon. AM seven ninety ABC. I'm sitting at home, which is really odd. I've never had this long time off. Okay. And as I said earlier today, I'm going around net. Flicks. Is what eight million shows to find stuff? So I've downloaded these shows. I I'm watching them. And it's this small Asian woman who comes into people's houses and shows them how to get rid of clutter and women's name is Marie condo. And my wife goes how have you never heard of Marie condo? She thinks she's a best selling book. She changed my life. That's how I got rid of cluttering. I'm thinking we have so much clutter in our house. When she goes on vacation, I throw out half the stuff in the garage. And then Lyon said in touch anything. She has a giant box that had pieces of wood in little pieces of wood. You know, they were the sixty pieces of wood that my son broke when he's in karate at age four it looks like kindling. So this woman comes in. And I'm like, I was writing this down to make it a bit. I'm laughing because she's saying here's how you get rid of your. Stuff. You ready make note of this because you're gonna laugh at home with me because it sounds so stupid. She says take your clothing out and take it all and dump it in the middle of the room as she doesn't same thing with your kitchen. You gotta dump it all in the middle. And you gotta go through one piece by piece, and you've got to hold up, the clothing, you're no longer keeping and say goodbye to it and the pieces that you keep you keep because you hold them up to you. And you close your eyes, and you see if the peace gives you joy, and I'm going, oh, this is as good as it gets this woman dominance can be. So I say everything I mean, I've clothing from the eighties genes from all genes, I think it'd be vintage again shoes from he just don't throw stuff out. And I realized I got to get rid of stuff. So after making fun of this program and having my wife told me that it helped her and looking at Lori and the other eight billion people who buy into this. My wife's out of town. I have time to get rid of stuff. And I'm sitting in my bedroom. And I walk up to my closet, and I go. You know, what I were a lot of stuff that doesn't that? I don't like it doesn't make you feel good when you wear it. It doesn't. And I actually said the words to myself 'cause I'm embarrassed to Sam at loud, and I'm saying to you. I'm actually holding up pants last night at one thirty in the morning, holding them up going to these pants. Bring me joy. And I'm actually getting rid of stuff because I go this bags around my rear. I just don't like it. Never feels good. You're joyless. You'll reviser joyless. How dare you? So I have now started to purge. My closet using the Marie condo method of if it doesn't bring you joy, get rid of it. And then you know, what it actually is emotionally. It actually makes sense. Do you have Sarai? Suri talks fast. But that's because he's got a lot to say. And he knows what he's talking about. You'll come.
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"One at the Ninety-one you've got roadwork in the right lane. So that now backing up toward Euclid next report at one thirty four. I'm Rhonda Kramer, AM seven ninety KABC. Lobbying for you. Larry o'connor. Liberty. This. That that is a barber. He's an English professor in Santa Barbara. And he was at that meeting because last week the president of that August body Robert Miller had determined that they would discontinue the use of the pledge of allegiance because well, it's symbolized white nationalism fought with getting the battle of the bulge. And the reason we send our young men and women in harm's way. Sacrifice their lives with me. Precisely because of the ideal that are dated, but thankfully in the lead up to the the totalitarian authoritarians at Santa Barbara City College board of trustees. So Larry O'Connor show, weekdays ten to noon. M seven nine ABC. Coming up on the next Hollywood pipeline podcast. With Dax holding Adam Glenn cut report on more than just celebrities fluff. Important stories like these comments by celebs will then you're going to love this because we actually have the girls behind the extremely popular Instagram account. Subscribe and download the Hollywood pipeline podcast with tax and Glenn on itunes. Tune in and at KABC dot com slash HP. WWE superstar Alberto del Rio. Take one behold, the angry giant try to get all angry giant perfect. Good luck tonight. We hold that angry.
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"God from the oath. Yeah. Well, guess what they dropped that because of an outcry from the Republicans the Republicans are obviously had a big bit over this. So the Democrats backed away from dropping so help me God from the okay, I'll give you the background on that story. Just a minute after we wrap this on what's going on Santa Barbara. But as I mentioned, you know, the first amendment not only protects freedom of speech and religion. But also expressly prohibits laws that establish a religion. Now. Nineteen fifty five an act of congress added that phrase to the pledge of allegiance one nation under God one nation under God. Okay. It because of how the the first amendment is set up you can either use that in the the pledge of allegiance or you don't have to you know, it's fine either way. And if he objects to that, they'd great it can be eliminated. Would he says that's part of his, you know, objection to the pledge of allegiance, but he says it's full of white nationalism. And it's racist to which we have yet defied and he has yet to defined now. There's a professor over there. Professor Celeste barber. Not a fan of his decision to ban the pledge of allegiance when she appeared before the board to criticize the ban a group of student. Protesters began shouting at her attempting to drown her voice out, quote, you're an elected body at a public institution and a public institution serving the community college. What what she was saying during the meeting when you recite the pledge of allegiance, you are recommitting your oath to uphold the defend this country's constitution. Hey, she said it better than I just did, you know, a former student at the Santa Barbara City College told the campus reform that Miller's decision is proof that the college does not care about American values, quote, all it really is was proof in print that they officially disregard America. The students said. This is there also it also in great disregard of the constitution. This is why we are having these battles. This really a great institution, this particular, college Santa Barbara City College. But why would they embrace removing all of the different aspects from the pledge of allegiance with this is really a first amendment issue. Why don't they openly embrace the second amendment, which they obviously don't if they're so enamored by the constitution. Let's have that out to which that'll probably be next week's meeting meeting at the school board. There's the second amendment but white nationalism in the pledge of allegiance what what could they ballooning to heal? When I saw this story this morning. I started reciting it in my head over to gore. I pledge allegiance. Listen to their pellagra, which is to has one nation under God tuner bungalows. I I can't find it in there. I mean, it's I think it's in this guy's imagination. Now, the the house very quickly drafted new committee rules expected to be approved this week would strike so help me God from the oath that with this take before they testify before the testify before the house committee on any issue. You know, when somebody's sworn in and this all fell apart today because the Republicans just flat would not allow it. So the Democrats backed off on striking. So help me God from the oath one takes to give testimony. That's bid of a tradition for. I don't know. How many years, you know, whether you believe or don't believe it's just something that we do and we say, and it's been widely accepted as the way that it's done. Would you swear in so buddy, you know? Now, if the phrase had been cut, the house will have asked witnesses to state, do you solemnly swear? Or affirm under the penalty of law that the testimony you're about to give is the truth the whole truth and nothing, but the truth. So help me you're all waiting for that that would have that would have been left out. But this full committee vote of the elimination of SoHo God. Going to happen because the Republicans let the Democrats have it even though the Republicans are the minority. Now, the Republicans were.
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"His ape chisel added to my brave. So. Coming up with some great audio for you. About about gender pay everything that the Washington wants to do about it. We've been down that road. So many times this is the reintroduction of particular bit of legislation that the Republicans would not allow to pass when they occupied the house, and they gave very good solid reason. As to why they did not want it to pass. But here come the Democrats, and they want it to pass. And we'll go through all of that. Again. We've got some audio that it will hear from you as well. Mike, you're on KM J, welcome. Hi, hi, been an officer since nineteen eighty five and I did a lot of transport for medical. That's one thing. That hasn't been brought up the reason they want to stop the copay is that they may also have what they call canteen on the yard and that takes away from them purchasing their supplies candies. Chips and everything else. And that also helps pay their debts on the yard, and they are unable to make those debt payments. Then that takes away from the co pay. What what what is what do you mean by Cantina the yard? What does that mean? Like everybody gets to go to the grocery store and they shop on the yard thereby chip. Okay. That's what I thought you meant. All right. All right AMA's caller, zoom zoom, zoom, WAM Williams. Because they like doing stuff like that. And the new thing that they have now is going to be mental health is going to be in the new teams going to cost a lot. Because when they get right off the bus. They do a quick Tony test gamma test to make sure they're rated at and what services they're going to be given. 'cause they hire a lot of psychologists and psychiatrists out there. They do and I've transported inmates way to UC. Davis. Transform the San Francisco Stanford where they want to go and be a part of we pay for that. That's your money. Oh, yeah. I don't know how they make such a quick psychological evaluation. You know, they just jump off the bus. That's the prizes me. Oh, yeah. They do that. And also to turn around and every time we take him out to medical. You have to bring him back in and be reevaluated by medical to go over whatever they performed on them. And they go over what their care treatment packages is that when they come back, and they give them a schedule appointments to have a follow up with other doctors, and nurses. Lots of money. Yep. And they turn around, and there's no endless budget for all this and they hired a federal receiver oversee all this stuff because the state of California did not follow its guideline. And he's paid a lot of money. Who's he the federal receivership? That is overseeing the medical through the prisons, and they also have an office at each institution that they have their own heads to go over and research, whatever's been done for the inmates, and they hired nice or by really expensive transportation vehicles for these people to turn around and take them to wherever they need to go and comfort. Those are a lot of money as well. Yeah. This whole thing that you to it sounds very expensive, Mike, I got roll on. But thanks for the call of the information. I'm just seeing dollar sides flying everywhere. This would everywhere. Coming up. I want to talk about the pledge of allegiance back in the news again amid all the other things I want to get to today on Cam, Jay. But now, we've got something new in the pledge of allegiance at gee, I had no idea it was there. But according to individuals over at the Santa Barbara City College the board of trustees. They believe it's there, and they're saying that our pledge of allegiance is rife with white nationalism. And that's even a fun would right there. The term white nationalism. What is it? If you ask people to describe it two three four five people, you would get the same answer. No, you wouldn't. So is that the problem we're having with this with the the National League, not the national anthem excuse me, the pledge of allegiance people really don't know what it is. So therefore, they can make up their own version of it and apply it to anything like either the national anthem or the pledge of allegiance we've been through it all the national anthem. I don't know how many times. But the president of the Santa Barbara City College board of trustees. Has stopped reciting the pledge of allegiance at board meetings over its ties to what he says is white nationalism. Now, according to a report from campus reform. President Robert Miller L V Santa Barbara City, College board of trustees says the board is no longer going to recite this because it's racist. Here we go again anything it's traditional or establishment of the country. Have you noticed in the last two years has unimaginably been rubber-stamped his racist? Anything especially if it's entrenched with tradition, if it has a history, just, you know, all over it. It's racist. Which you're you know, if you're young student at school, if you listen to this path, you're giving to believe that everything that has happened in the past of the United States of America until this moment of enlightenment right now in two thousand eighteen has been racist. You get the impression that especially if you're talk Cajun, you know, you cover log line of racists. But this this cream puff Mr Miller over in Santa Barbara says I decided to discontinue the use of the pledge of allegiance for reasons related to its history and symbolism. Okay. I have discovered that the pledge of allegiance has a history steeped in expressions of native ISM and white nationalism. But that's not all. This guy said the pledge of allegiance, violates the separation of church and state that principle upon which America was founded America was not founded on the principle of separation of church and state, and I still will give anybody a lot of dough. That can find the separation of church and state of the constitution. It's mentioned in certain letters relating to the constitution that were spread around by the founding fathers. But you know as a verbatim in there. The constitution here. It is right here. Separation of church new. That'd be weakened. We've debated that went for decades on this program. But it's it's just one of those things that was started about the constitution. Hey to the separation churches as constitutional, okay? And then all of a sudden it exists. This perception became the reality. He said I also object to the phrase one nation under God that earlier. The first ever not only protects freedom of speech and religion. But it also expressly prohibits that establishment of a religion. There are those organizations. Those schools those groups who drop the one nation under God that was a later addition to the pledge of allegiance as we all know much later. With me. That's fine. I don't have a problem if you drop that. Connote? The pledge of allegiance is is is not so much about religion as it is pledging allegiance to the country of origin that you're from. Okay..
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"Used to be on this program. A lot law time ago, she dominates Christie Blasi Ford for the profiles in courage award a very prestigious award that is bestowed at Americans for doing. What is right for America and showing great courage of doing so. Now, the irony is this profiles of courage. It's named after John Kennedy's book. John kennedy. The most notorious womanizer to ever live in the White House next to Bill Clinton. Not only has Kennedy's. They've been mixed into countless affairs with Hollywood's leading ladies. But also the r word rape. That's also been thrown into the president's life and young Senator. So the irony of this award with Dido profiles encourage Jack Kennedy, Christine Blasi, four do I even have to explain Santa Barbara City College over the coast, they listened Hello. Santa barbara. They're raising all kinds of California hell for banning the pledge of allegiance because it smacks of white nationalism. Now, this has been a real knock down drag out affair over there that spot on some of the best in some of the worst in people. Smacks of white nationalism. I keep reciting the pledge over and over and over again by head. And where's the white nationalism? Where? We'll go through another air.
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"Aren't they remarkable Dan Virginia they're trying to outdo New York and you can vacuum the child's brain out shortly after birth? Kennedy. Can't you do I mean really why would they stop at birth? Why would they this artificial deadline? This threshold what if weeks later, in fact, there was this woman, and we played the audio at the time, I'm British television and one of their morning shows. It was BBC or ITN or whatever it was. Now, they had this woman on who is really really really pro choice as Democrats like to describe their their habit their religious blood, right pro-choice. And she said she literally said that a mother should be allowed to smother the baby in the cradle up until the age of two if the mother changes her mind and decides she doesn't want to raise the child anymore. She said this and there were gasps from the two, and it was a woman from the two women anchors. They were they were slack jawed. Hang there is saying are you serious, and she was. She was dead serious. And when I say dead serious, I'm being literal. So we're gonna we're gonna get into some of that. And also to your calls where at eight eight eight six three zero nine six two five CNN lying today. Well, come on. I mean, that's kind of redundant isn't it CNN lying about their big camera Harris townhall meeting. They're lying about the numbers the ratings the viewers. They've sliced and diced and spun and shopped and misled and deceived on their ratings in an effort to make a point that nobody cares about which is pretty amazing that they were just so liberally and freely fabricate misrepresent deceive over whether they got good ratings on their little camera. Harris fluffer our. How Pauling Jake tapper right? The he was the designated fluffer on that point. And that that moment in time. Yeah. Great stuff. So they lied about that we'll get we'll get to that. But this this whole thing is crazy and the border. I went and I found this poll again because the news media buried this poll, but a remarkable poll that came out a couple of weeks ago that showed that ninety percent of Americans believed that the border is either a crisis or a problem a seventy nine percent. That's nearly eighty percent for those who are math challenge that that's nearly four out of five of us believe that the border is a problem or a crisis, and the majority of that seventy nine percent say it is in fact, a crisis. The news media has dropped that poll because it is inconvenient to the democratic party's efforts. Speaking of the Democratic Party. There was a lot of a lot of crazy. Lot of crazy going on out there with these people. The Santa Barbara City College discontinuing the pledge of allegiance because one member there. This is a and I use the term member advisedly said that it represents the pledge of allegiance represents white nationalism. White nationalism is what he said he objects the phrase one nation under God, also because their Satan worshipping, Oregon, harvesting blood drenched ghouls from hell that make Islamists. Look like the Red Cross the first amendment only protects freedom of speech and religion. It also expressly prohibits laws that establish religion. Thanks, bright. Boy, there's a as I actually I'm I'm embarrassed to say, I think at this moment. Anyway, I attended Santa Barbara City College. I went to center, I was a student at Santa Barbara City College. Let me say they have a really nice perch, and the people I won't specify gender. Very good looking and and good looking women. They're good looking women. There are a lot of good looking. But we'll we'll get to that. So they want to do. With the pledge of allegiance Democrats on Capitol Hill want to remove so help me God from the pledge that you take because now they don't worship anyone. But the party the party rules and all this, and the can you can you abort the baby up until the fourth trimester. Yes. Yes. You can during birth. What about moments after birth? Can you aborted it? Why stop? I mean. Honestly, why this silly artificial deadline of actually giving birth. Why if you're gonna if you're gonna kill it? You should be a little more elastic more a little more liberal with it. I think there and speaking of Democrats and they're insanity. And of course, the majority of the children will be minorities. We'll be Brown now be Brown and black babies that will be exterminated and the Democrats will harvest their organs, which they literally do I saw something recently where prolife person mentioned, and you harvest the organs and this shrieking old liberal woman said that's been debunked. I guess she watches MSNBC or she thinks it's been d. Debunked. Maybe she doesn't know what the word debunked means that seems to be the case an awful lot of the time. They don't know what the words mean they use the words, but they don't know what they mean. Here's a democrat. So you just some democrat side stories here because as these these are amazing, a Phoenix Arizona restaurant says that they have well, they have a photo on their wallet said picturing. They got pictures on the walls of the restaurant. It's a restaurant and they have a bar, and there's a picture on the walls. It looks like it's an eighty year old picture or something like that. And it's a group of coal miners at a bar and joying what appears to be bass ale. I don't where there might be from England. It might actually be from England and their coal miners and their southern clothing and their faces are covered in coal dust because their coal miners. And and there's one woman sitting there. She's not a coal miner. I know that because he can see her face in her clothes, and they're not all black group of men one. Two three four five six seven men who are coal miners and they're in a bar and they're covered with coal dust. Okay. Well, the piece was written by Russia. Thomas who's an opinion contributor at Arizona central. Now. This is a big newspaper, but they just call themselves. Arizona central now, which is foolish. They've stripped themselves of their own newspaper brand. He he writes who determines what is offensive the photo in downtown Phoenix restaurant raises a key question. Now, it raises a key question about your mental health. Rashad Rashad Thomas has some mental problems. He writes a few weeks ago, I attended a holiday party Christmas party. But a holiday party at a downtown Phoenix restaurant. I walked around to view, the photographs on the wall. He wanted to see if anything would offend him. And sure enough something did then a photograph caught my attention friends said it's coal miners at a pub after work because that's what it is. That's why the friend said that that's what it is. It was a photograph of coal miners with blackened faces at a pub after work. I asked a Latin x I love this. Remember, it's it's a Latina cts. What is it? This is Latin woman who doesn't recognize her gender or doesn't know what gender. She is. Or doesn't know whether she's a person on a planet in a solar system. They don't know anything anymore. It's it's she's Latina cts Latino Latina 'cause if few sneeze in Honduras, your H for a Latina cts Latina artists friends said it's called minor to pub- photograph miners were black. I asked a Latina and a white woman. See how he's look at. We look what he's built in here. He's ask any white men because white men have a lot of answers. I don't know if you've been walking on the moon and stuff we got bored with that in the nineteen seventies. We know a lot of things where Karen cancer things like that. You might want to ask I asked Latina that means the presumably Latin woman who is non binary gender confused, meaning completely screwed up in the head. So he asked somebody who is completely screw up and they had like him and a white woman. Why is there a race of the woman? Important. I want to know that you're because you're racist. Now. I remember, that's what Rashaad Thomas I asked a Latina cts and a white woman for their opinion. They said it looked like coal miners had a pub after work. Well, I don't know. It's a Latina 'cause you gotta take her. She's a woman you got to believe the women. I saw that in the papers awhile back, then that was all off that whole believing women thing that's all off. That was just for cabinet. We don't believe women anymore. Democrats. I've still where I've always been I've been like a normal person over here, then they stepped back. He typed frowned and said it's men in black face. He's no longer quoting them. There are no longer any Croatian marks. I asked the waitress to speak to the manager. Can you believe what a pain in the ass? This guy is what a petty tinpot racist. If she'd be wearing a pointed black hood instead, I spoke with a white restaurant owner. So instead of the manager you've got the owner and the identifies him by race because he's a racist. And all these seasons rice so much for Martin Luther King's vision of a world where you're judged by the content of your character, not the color of your skin. He's a racist. Right. He he's a bigot. And and that's plane for anyone to say, I explained to him why the photograph was offensive while you explain why it was offensive to you. And nobody else evidently someone else had made a similar comment about the photograph before there was one other mentally ill person who. Through yet. The photograph remained on the wall. He thinks that because he objects to a picture of coal miners that the picture of coal miners should be taken down because in his twisted, tortured, tormented victimized mind in his racist mind. This must be destroyed because they burn books. Now. They burn words one word at a time one phrase at a time it saves time. He said he would talk to the other owners and get back to me while leaving. I asked him if he had spoke with the other owners, I think he means to say spoken with the other is just an editorial writer at the newspaper there. He had not spoken with them. He corrected in the next sentence. But mentioned Google and said, it's coal miners after work. So he's look you're mentally ill. And the fact that the newspaper published this this insanity is really something. Then he asked the question. What determines what's offensive mummy? I got an answer to that question. Not you gang, not the most sensitive mental case. And Rashad Rashad Thomas needs help his friends need to intervene because he's unwell, and he's he could hurt himself or others really unconcerned for for me Rashad said, the coal miners disappeared, and the film honored for its are pissed merit despite being for the most racist propaganda film, ever w Griffiths birth of a nation. Nineteen fifteen surfaces in which white actors appear in black face. I gotta I gotta tell you about. You're you're really unwell. You're you're sick person. By the way, it was the liberal progressive democrat president Woodrow Wilson who is entombed in the National Cathedral. I should probably be removed. Who reintroduced the Ku Klux Klan to the United States of America by showing birth of a nation in the White House. It was the first film ever shown in the White House by the progressive democrat racists clan supporter, resurgence of the clan because of the democrat party Michael is shaking his head. There's more on the next line. This guy is something. The fact the fact he says the photograph shows coal miners faces covered in soot the context of the photograph is not the issue. It's not. Really the photograph. It's called he doesn't care whether they're call minors. You're you're mentally ill. And I also have you know, that the democrat party made you this way and you need to seek help. And and if you have any friends, which I doubt, I think your friends should intervene to try to save you from yourself. There is a TV show somewhere in the TV universe called empire. I don't think anybody's ever seen it. But there is an actor on empire. Who is a black guy. It's kind of a black cast TV show, mostly in black producer, and all that there's an actor there whose name is Jessie, not Jessie, but Jessie small it John was smaller jussie not Jesse smaller than jussie smollet. He has an amazing story to tell. He was in Chicago and terrible Trump supporting white racists attacked him recognizing him immediately, wrapped up in cold weather clothes in Chicago as the actor from this TV show, and they they knew that he was gay and they knew that he was gay and they attacked him. And you'll never believe. What happened next? In fact, let me say this again, you'll actually never believe what happened next because I don't wanna walk out a thin limbs here, but I think jussie smollet has a vivid imagination and has some mental problems too. And I'm going to get to that in a minute. But now people with mental problems go to the front of the line. I'm going to get to Jesse smell it in just a moment. He's a democrat. I'm just I don't know this for sure, but I bet every dollar ever made in my lifetime on this. You know with all the recent news about online security breaches, we've seen them.
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"Get with him. I mean, it's not some of it's believable. But then parts are just outright lies, and you have to wonder why they're doing it. And it's because he's completely dismantling everything that that town of Washington accepted as reality. And you said it completely pity is is swamped marriage. That's absolutely true in Washington. You talk about these people on there, you bad mouth them. And then you go to the bar after for most Americans. It's the most disgusting awkward thing ever. But that's how that town thrives. I you bring up an interesting point because during the cavenaugh confirmation hearings things got so heated Lindsey Graham gave his Lindsey Graham two point. Oh speech and everyone loved him in that moment. And he made a comment about these are my friends, and I was like. Guys are friends after this. Fascinating. Because in the press briefings, even the conservative outlets in the in the White House press corps. They'll be like Jim Acosta. He's not that bad. He's just trying to his job because they all have to stick up for one another always. And so I'm like, he's a terrible hang I hate him. And then I go to the press briefing. The next thing I'm gonna this is kind of. That's just but that's what he had all these same terrible stories. That's why you have even on the conservative side because at the end of the day in that town, everyone has to be friends, our friend WWE's to undertaker, very good friends with with the undertaker undertaker. I was with him last week. And he was telling me about when he got both his oxypan bones broken in his eyes caved in and he had to have the surgery of reconstruct his face, and he said, yeah, wrestling, my buddy, you know. That's the way it is. That's what you feel like in Hollywood. It's these wrestlers that that go at each other. It's a cage match and then now they're happy hour on Capitol Hill. I mean, there's deal. So I have to I don't think Jordan Kelly and are going to be. Say so what is his motivation? What is Georgia's motivation point question? I think it looks like he's just there to embarrass his wife, which is why can't the good thing. No one knows like most of the things that happen on Capitol Hill. I love to be a fly on the wall. All I know is happy wife, happy happy life. I think George maybe could could use that advice right now. All right Graham, so California just needs to be sought off. I don't know if you know, this would America's racist. The only reason that John is here is because we white people allowed him. Thank you. I don't know if you know that. Yeah. So Santa Barbara City College board of trustees President Robert Miller, basically said we don't need to pledge of allegiance anymore because it is riddled with undertones of white nationalism. Basically saying that the guy who wrote it to Francis. Bellamy wrote the pledge in eighteen ninety when he was concerned with the influx of immigrants. So that's what this is really about yet. Another attack on basic principles of being an American. How hard is it to pledge your allegiance to the very country that this the only reason that you're allowed to have such an asinine conversation of should we pledge allegiance to our country in the first the paradox of stupid in that entire argument is just it's incredible..
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"Sanders from nineteen eighty eight. It's the weirdest thing. You will see all day. Like, I wasn't sure if it was a real at first. I they claim it was a trip in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Bernie Sanders and his wife Jane on a honeymoon in the old Soviet Union. I don't know where it's from. But it's it's clearly Bernie Sanders. And. It's gotta be. If this is this is a fake. It's just so great. I don't know what to do with it. It's it's just beyond sensational. Absolutely positively beyond sensational. So this is thirty years ago. It's too funny for words shirtless. Bernie sanders. I. I don't think I don't think there's anything wrong shirtless. Video. I think there's something wrong with a trip to the Soviet Union and digging yourself. A socialist. Thinking that those people something to offer that I think there's there's a problem with Tony cats cats today. Eight three three got Tony eight three three four six eight eight six six nine. So there's the school Santa Barbara City College where the board of trustees says the board will no longer be reciting the pledge because it's quote steeped in expressions of native ISM and white nationalism this going to campus reform dot org. It's just so pathetic. Everybody's so angry. If you don't want to do the pledge of allegiance, that's fine. We didn't always have a pledge of allegiance pledge of allegiance didn't always say under God. I don't get myself worked up if people don't do the pledge of allegiance, I I've moved on with with my day on this one. But I don't think that pledging allegiance to the flag in the United States of America and to the Republic for which it stands. A that a Republic is steeped in expressions of native ISM and white nationalism. It's it's just embarrassing. I think people hear these words like, okay? How can I use them in a sentence? It's the electric company. It really it really is Ray cyst racist. That's that's it. And then they find a way to use it in a sentence and the rest is history. But I mean there are moments where like if the if the pledge allegiance didn't happen in an event. I don't think you'd notice. I don't think it's the end all the worst thing in the world that certainly isn't this as they're describing it, but people look for a way not only to be angry. They're looking for a way. To be what's the word? I'm looking for other looking for a way to virtue signal to gain what I refer to his reputation capital. So by doing this, they show everybody over there at Santa Barbara City College how good and how decent loving and how caring they are which is the objective and to do that they use the buzzwords of the day..
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"Ninety five it's twelve after eight and we're joined now by Tanya powers are FOX News Radio reporter. And apparently, there's a push now to teach bible classes in public schools, and the president is embracing this and Tanya will this be a problem that some of the public school people are going to have with the first amendment and everything and separating church and state, and what have you? Yeah. Good morning. Yeah. You're kind of on the right track. That may be something that some folks do have a problem with as a matter of fact, this legislation has been introduced has been introduced in six states at this point, North Dakota, Missouri, Indiana, West, Virginia, Virginia and Florida where you are. So yeah, that's something. I'm sure you're going to hear more about last year bible literacy bills were considered in at least three other states. None of those paths that was Alabama Iowa and West Virginia. Now in Kentucky. They did pass legislation in two thousand seventeen that allowed for this at created a state regulation for high schools public schools to offer elective literature courses that taught the bible and Hebrew scriptures. So it has been successfully done in Kentucky, we'll have to wait and see you know, how the other states do. Now, just to clarify. These would be optional bible study and classes, right? I have not read the particular laws of each state to see if if that I don't think they're mandated. I'm not positive on what the wording is on each one of those. But that's a really good question. Yeah. I would think it would have to be because first of all we're Joe Deo Christian nation or we were founded as a Judeo Christian nation, and I don't know how Jewish people would feel about having to study the bible and not to mention Muslims. They wouldn't be valid on that at all. And. Yeah, I I think that like I said, you know, I think it speaks to three others were, you know, did not decide to pass this last year, you know, and I would have I was kind of surprised that you know, if you couldn't get it passed in in Alabama or West Virginia, where he would seemingly think that they would be receptive to that sort of thing. I keep wondering what was in the Bill that kept people from what was the sticking point on that. You know what I mean? Yeah. I don't think that has much of a chance of passing but Tanya great to speak to you here. And we'll talk to you later. Thanks for having me on Tanya, j powers are FOX News Radio reporter as long as it's optional. I personally don't have a problem with it. But you can't you can't mandate that oh, definitely not the president of the Santa Barbara City College board of trustees has decided to get rid of the pledge of allegiance because it states one nation under God. And. He says.