17 Burst results for "Senator Tony"

"senator tony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:01 min | 10 months ago

"senator tony" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Going to go in a different direction particularly when compared to the current one And here's a moment in his victory speech that really hammered that home to me We have to get this out of our head That our CEOs in this city don't want to participate in the uplifting of our inner city The problem is we have been going there and ask them to do so So it's time to build bridges that we've destroyed in the past Now Michael that clear outreach to the city's business leaders was not exactly a hallmark of the de Blasio administration Similarly Adams was supposed to be attending an after party at the exclusive zero Bond club last night with a pretty high roller cloud Also not a hallmark of the current administration Adams defeated Republican Curtis Lee was soundly weak and say based on the unofficial results the margin was 38 points How does sleeve make his concession Well he said it was time to work together but at the same time he pledged to be a persistent thorn in Adam's side What was really more interesting to me Michael was how he framed the campaign he built He talked about going into different parts of the cities on the subway where Republicans don't normally knock on doors for voters And then he added this We are providing a new direction We are the new face of the Republican Party that desperately needed In New York City and to that point there are some candidates who ran for down ballot contests that showed that Republicans could be successful in new parts of the city Before we get to that bridge at the other big city wide winners last night were councilman Brad lander who was elected controller giamatti Williams reelected its public advocate They are both from Brooklyn like Eric Adams but they were among Democrats who held a separate victory party Why do you read what do you read into that Yeah it was totally fascinating They had their own event in gowanus Eric Adams was at the Brooklyn Marriott in downtown Brooklyn You know they have different supporters and they really and lander represent the more progressive wing of the party Also their offices are supposed to serve as a check on the mayor Williams made this really interesting point He said that people in the passive said that the progressive politics that he and Brad lander have held would limit their futures but they've come a long way since they're starting to nearly a decade ago People looked at me and Brad and said we were too far left We were too progressive We were limited in what we can do in the city And today we're two city wide elected officials Now of course Williams is also a possible gubernatorial candidate and lander is one of his biggest boosters On those steroid races I should also note that governor hokum made an appearance at the Adams victory party in downtown Brooklyn last night yet another sign of the solidarity she's seeking between the city and the state She also wanted to be with a popular winner She drones of support for her own bid for a full term as governor and another state official now gubernatorial candidate attorney general Leticia James was out in the city yesterday stumping for candidates in some of those closely watched council races That was a little strange watching that as well Let's talk about some of the other races you've been watching What do we know about those counsel races where Republicans were trying to hold on to their seats Well they appeared to have held their seats in those three highly competitive races with Republican Joanne areola winning the district 32 contest in southern queens defeating Democrat Felicia Singh Republican David Carr beat Democrat Sal albanese in conservative George wanaka in the 50th district that mid island council seat in Staten Island And of course Republican Joseph barelli and incumbent held onto a seat in the 50th district on Staten Island But Republicans also made some gains in the 48th city council district in Brooklyn Republican ina vernikov beat Democrat Steven saperstein And incumbent Brooklyn council member Justin brannon in bayridge and decker heights at Democrat was trailing Republican Brian Fox by 21 votes in the 43rd council district Real nail biter there That's going to come down to absentee ballots Another way to watch the 19th city council district Republican Vicki palladino holds the lead of about 726 votes over Democrat former mayoral candidate one time state senator Tony abella These are all areas in the city where there are more conservative voters People may have been energized against mayor de Blasio's vaccine mandate But we're talking about a new possible Republican delegation in the city council that could more have more than doubled in size and that actually may serve the atoms administration very well when he adopt when he attempts to adopt more centrist policy positions Republicans kind of sent a wake-up call on both sides of the river And Stein island will continue to have a Republican leader in the borough president's office too That's right Former congressman beat a facile two challengers there by pretty wide margin There was some concerns that conservative letitia Romero might peel away from some of his votes that Democrat Mark Murphy might be able to pull off a win But it was beautiful to come back night It certainly was All right Richard Bergen our senior political reporter bridges Thank you for joining us this morning You can see more election results at gothamist dot com Support for WNYC comes from the Mount Sinai hospital voted to newsweek's world's best specialized hospitals 2022 It was recognized in all categories.

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"senator tony" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:57 min | 1 year ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KCRW

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"senator tony" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

07:37 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"Next news radio 600 Kogo Thiss is the de Mile report with Carl DeMaio and Blue Penrose. The fight continues. All right. So you get a California state Senator Brian Jones. You test positive for covert 19. The state senators. They're doing committee hearings there on the floor. There's only a handful of Republicans like eight or nine of them. They're voting on bills, and so yesterday when the news broke that one of their state senators was covered 19 positive. San Diego's Senate Senate leader, Tony AC, and shut down the Senate. The assembly continued work doing its work, even though Assembly and Senate staff go back and forth between the two chambers. So what, and there's twice as many of them, one of the Assembly staffers joked, Oh, thank God thank goodness that it was a special strain of covert 19 that only infects Senate staff in Senate members. So anyway, the question was. Well, How do you go forward? I mean, do you? Do you resume activity? Or do you shut everything down and put everyone under quarantine because they've been in close quarters. Here's the solution. They came up with. Senate Democrats that is They put all Senate Republicans under quarantine and they're not allowing them into the state capital. You okay? So think about this. Democrats have already been shown. Two shut down schools at the behest of the teachers, unions for politics shut down the economy for politics and now And shut down churches because they hate churches. Now they're shutting down the Senate Republicans not bothered to show up and vote. But you know, I had something out of a banana republic. Is this like Venezuela? I mean, it is so bizarre of a move, and now they open themselves to criticism. Well, normally they were you joking. There's no media up there. That's going to criticize them. No, no, no. They're just going to be able to do it. I joke this way. Here's the Union Tribune headline. California Senate Republicans under covert 19 quarantine not allowed in state capital. My response to that was to tweet that article and say, How is this any different than any other day in Sacramento throughout the year? For the past 15 years, The handful of Republicans we have left in the Legislature are always locked down the process. My Super majority Democrats. I mean, on one hand, I guess I know why they quarantined them. It's not like they're relevant anyways. They vote and they get out voted by two or 3 to 1 by the Democrats. I meant to literally say, because a Senate a senator has tested positive. To decide. The whole purpose of the Senate is to talk with each other and try and find common ground. So the idea that well, he's a Republican, so he probably only talked to Republicans and there's no reason For us to quarantine everybody. Let's just quarantine the Republicans. How convenient Yeah, now, so you've got you've got the senators on the Republican senator is basically cut out of the whole process, and there's rushing to get their work done. Unfortunately, because the work that they're working on is, you know it's extreme legislation. California's governor, Gavin Newsom, has been caught. Not taking a pay cut. Remember back in May, he said, armed Tonya right now because of the economy, and because of the deficit we're gonna have all state employees take a 10%. Paycut, and I'm gonna start with myself now. And and I praised him for being bold and I called him out and sensible number happened. Luis will never had So guess what has never happened? Well, well, hold on. They didn't cut the pay of the state employees because the union said we're not taking a pay cut, even though everyone else is out of a job, And I would also taking pay cuts. No, we're government bureaucrats. The taxpayers work for us. Not the other way around. So the state workers didn't take a pay cut. And then on top of that, I get this. Newsome, who's a multi multi millionaire. He was caught not reducing his salary, and on top of that the Democrat and Republican State Assembly members in state legislators Have decided not to cut their own pain. You know, I've always said when there's a massive economic downturn. That our elected officials should share in that if people are, you know, being laid off and in particular, such as a normal economic downturn, where the economy just you know, Naturally, there's a problem. There's there's a recession. No, we're not in the business cycle. This is this is a government mandated. Recession. Okay with the lockdowns. Government officials have made these decisions. Why is Assembly member Todd Gloria taking a full salary? Why is state Senator Tony Akins from San Diego taking a full salary? Why is for that matter, County Supervisor Nathan Fletcher and Public health officer Wilma Wooten earning $350,000 in compensation here. Why They should be the first because they're making the damn decision. I'm not suggesting they work without pay. But you know how about a 50% cut a lot of 50% cut? I think that that that seems about right because so many people have had their Their income cut. One of the two of the spouses or more have lost there have lost their jobs. So but no no in government. No, you have to pay the price is the taxpayer. And they get to collect the money. I get to make the decisions. So there is a lot of hypocrisy right now in the governor's decision, as well as state Assembly members and state senators, not leading by example, and taking You know a cut to reflect that they're willing to share in the pain for the policies that this state politicians and local politicians have inflicted on all of us. And governor Newsome's never had to answer to the question. Look, you call for 10% across the board Cut we have you on film talking about it. The headlines were bold. What happened? Where did it go? How come you were not able to Europe? Are you not in charge? He's never had to answer that question it. It's just It's so frustrating a taxpayer that The governor can just make that kind of statement and then it go. It Let it go Nowhere and no one is in the media is concerned about why that has never not been important, and the media ran with that story. It was front Page news. It was on every television station. I thought it was a bold I haven't Newsome calls for 10% pay cut for all state employees to share in the pain to help balance the budget. And they ran with it. And then he reversed it. They didn't They didn't do a follow on story. No. So if you ask people in California Oh, did you know you know that the state workers you know, didn't get that pay cut, Really? I heard they had right totally makes me reconsider the tax increases their asking for. Unbelievable. Unbelievable. Step up. Journalists step up their space to Ah, to write a story. All right, quick break when we come back, by the way, reminder that the final night of the Republican National Convention will be broadcast live right here on news radio. 600, Kogo, First traffic and Laura King. Thank you. Lou and Carl Frome. You're always sunny San Diego Honda dealers. Traffic center crash Now on south Bound 805..

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"senator tony" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Workers are just trying to push through trying to survive and trying to do the best that they can with what they have. She sees. Workers who have been traumatized by a lack of both resource is and protections. At times some hair blamed them for not being able to protect themselves. There have been comments like this one by Governor Pete Ricketts. What do we see in places where we see a lot of spread the virus? Well, we see people concentrate together, and that's certainly true with our food processors where you have people together. But it can also be true and households. If you have multiple generations of people living together in Nebraska, 2/3 of the meatpacking workforce is made up of immigrants. 60% of meat packers are Latino advocate Yolanda Nuncio finds comments like that offensive. It's much easier to say That is because the family values and family living situation that it is to say it's because perhaps working environment isn't the face of four families for employees are for the community, she says. It's not uncommon. Find extended Latino, an immigrant families living together for cultural reasons. But this spread of the virus wasn't a cultural issue. Scapegoating meatpacking workers isn't unique to Nebraska after hundreds of cases closed a Smithfield pork plant in South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome said 99% of infections started at home. In Nebraska Governor Rick It's later walked back his comments. I said, I don't think that is something that is unique to the food processing industry. I think there's a number of people who live in housing that could be difficult to socially distance. The governor also urged Nebraskans not to stigmatize highly impacted groups like Latinos, who make up nearly half of Nebraska's covert cases. Nearly two months later, though, state Senator Tony Vargas worries the damage is already done. He says, With 23 of Nebraska's beef, pork and poultry plants reporting outbreaks, some meatpacking workers have been turned away from retail businesses, or even asked where they worked before they could get their hair cut in a time of public health crisis. When I first got reaction, even unconsciously is to victim blame River problem. It took weeks for us to get Spanish language education material, let alone at the state level. In Lexington, Gladys Godina says it's bigger than language challenges. She notes that affordable housing remains a persistent problem. For many workers. We do have households have 2 to 3 families within a household, but it is not because they want Teo, right, it's because they need to because they cannot afford rent. What are you doing to help your community to change that? The state has provided temporary quarantine housing for essential workers. Cadenas wants to see a vibrant labor movement across the state. Only half of Nebraska's affected plants are union shops. For now, Organizers are keeping their eyes on safety, pressuring Nebraska's politicians to pass new mandates like requiring social distancing to help prevent a second surge for.

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"senator tony" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KCRW

"Soiled masks and limited sick pay. Workers are just trying to push through trying to survive in China do the best that they can with what they have. She sees workers who have been traumatized by a lack of both resource is and protections. At times, some here blamed them for not being able to protect themselves. There have been comments like this one by Governor Pete Ricketts. What do we see in places where we see a lot of spread the virus? Well, we see people concentrate together, and that's certainly true with our food processors where you have people together. But it can also be true and households. If you have multiple generations of people living together in Nebraska, 2/3 of the meatpacking workforce is made up of immigrants. 60% of meat packers are Latino. Advocate Yolanda Nuncio finds comments like that offensive. It's much easier to say That is because the family values and family living situation than it is to say it's because perhaps working environment isn't the faces for families for employees are for the community. She says. It's not uncommon to find extended Latino and immigrant families living together for cultural reasons, but the spread of the virus wasn't a cultural issue. Scapegoating. Meatpacking workers isn't unique to Nebraska after hundreds of cases closed a Smithfield pork plant in South Dakota Governor Christie Gnome said 99% of infections started at home. In Nebraska Governor Rick It's later walked back his comments. Actually, I don't think that is something that is unique to the food processing industry. We think there's a number of people who live in housing that could be difficult to socially distance. The governor also urged Nebraskans not to stigmatize highly impacted groups like Latinos, who make up nearly half of Nebraska's covert cases. Nearly two months later, though, state Senator Tony Vargas worries the damage is already done. He says. With 23 of Nebraska's beef, pork and poultry plants reporting outbreaks, some meatpacking workers have been turned away from retail businesses, or even asked where they worked before they could get their hair cut. In the time of a public health crisis. When I first got reaction, even unconsciously is to victim blame real problem. It's weeks for us to get Spanish language education material, let alone at the state level in Lexington, Gladys Godina says it's bigger than language challenges. She notes that affordable housing remains a persistent problem for many workers. We do have households the half 2 to 3 families within a household, but it is not because they want to write. It's because they need to because they cannot afford rent. What are you doing to help your community to change that The state has provided temporary quarantine housing for essential workers. Cadenas wants to see a vibrant labor movement across the state. Only half of Nebraska's affected plants are union shops..

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"senator tony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Mistress blows he says Tuesday night's speech was not a state of the union it was a state of trump's mind she says trump mis characterized how the economy was doing when he started his term when president Obama came into office the unemployment rate was ten percent when he left it was five percent so president trump did not inherit a messy and heard a momentum of job creation Chinese state media has walked back earlier reports that a doctor who was one of the first to raise concerns about the new corona virus had died reports now say the doctor is in critical condition at a hospital in Wuhan Chinese police had targeted the doctor in late December for allegedly spreading rumors when he posted a warning on social media about a cluster of cases he said the disease symptoms reminded him of sars and warned colleagues to wear protective clothing at work more than five hundred sixty people in China have died from the new coronavirus news brought you by cutting dental group LA's mayor has set the bar for the fight against homelessness in twenty twenty this is going to be a year of action Garcetti says that every two to three weeks are gonna be new apartments opening a breaking ground in new shelters coming online it's really a pace that's on president not only in LA but on matched across the country Garcetti also attended a new program called solid ground that allows families teetering on homelessness to come to the city and get up to three months of assistance with anything from rent to utility arrears to transportation or food also Garcetti says discussions with the feds for more help have been productive in LA Chris and Carla okay if I news a former LAPD officer was shot and killed a man while off duty in Pomona has been found guilty of second degree murder and resilience had only been an officer for four months when he got into it with a man outside a nightclub in twenty fifteen a former California Senate worker has settled a retaliation lawsuit for three hundred ten thousand dollars the woman claimed former state senator Tony Mendoza punish her for reporting a coworker sexual harassment allegation against Mendoza it was one of several complaints leading up to Mendoza resigning from the state Senate in twenty eighteen he has denied wrongdoing we've got some problems on.

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"senator tony" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Lost all credibility with the American people and he's lost all credibility around the world problem is that really costs us right now particularly as this country is moved to the brink of war and she said the timing of this attack is suspicious one right now as Donald Trump faces a potential impeachment trial in the United States Senate next week Vermont senator Bernie Sanders hosted a health care town hall in Mason city Iowa over the weekend he mostly stayed on topic but the final question from the audience was about the solo money killing Xander started his answer by reminding the audience that he voted against authorizing the two thousand three Iraq war as for the current crisis I would remind everybody the trope campaigned on ending endless wars but now Sanders fears another costly war is about to begin trillions more dollars perhaps loss of more lives of Americans democratic candidate Pete put a judge is an Afghanistan war veteran he said on MSNBC that no one should mourn the death of general sue the money but that doesn't mean that killing him was a wise thing to do and with US troops being mobilize booty judge says his thoughts turned to them and their mission and having no what it's like to be in the inside of one of those airplanes you need to be able to trust that everybody up your chain of command has thought through what's ahead and we're just not seeing a lot of indications of that Democrats were not lacking in issues to make their case that president trump is unfit for office now Iran takes a prominent spot on the list with the first voting in the primary season exactly four weeks from today don Gonyea NPR news des Moines you're listening to All Things Considered from NPR news with K. easy you news I'm dealing music California lawmakers reconvened today for their twenty twenty legislative session as veteran California capitol reporter Ben Adler leaves the beat he digs back into his reporter's notebook to reflect on our growing polarization here's been Adler in the spring of twenty seventeen when democratic assembly speaker Anthony Rendon shell of the single payer healthcare bill cost double the state budget and didn't have a funding source attached to it was a bill that was woefully incomplete the California nurses association posted a violent graphic to social media and knife with the word Rendon on it stabbing the California grizzly bear in the back the union's done Nielsen defended the image I think it represents very well with the speaker did he stab California residents in the back weeks later governor Jerry Brown crossed party lines to negotiate a cap and trade deal with a block of Republicans assembly minority leader Chad namesake knowledge the political risk what they decided was that they were gonna put the people of California ahead of their own careers Nanded sure was influential conservatives like John Fleischman forced me to resign his leadership post most hard working Republican activists I expect our legislators to draw a line in the sand despite these pressures someone makers still see connections compromise in karaoke once a year in the legislatures cordial caucus convenes for a karaoke night drinks and simple low average singing democratic state senator Steven Bradford told me it makes finding common ground a lot easier if it's like this a lot with the set down outside of the already outside the building outside the politics to get to know one another and former GOP senator Tony Strickland said politicians do know how to disagree without being disagreeable really want civility you need to deal with those sites talking about back to your constituents all pressuring you to go further in one direction leaders of the lease sometimes they do.

"senator tony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Your breaking news and traffic twenty nine and Becky Lynn here's our top story president trump's impeachment hundreds of people have gathered at twenty fourth street and camelback this evening for a pro impeachment protests the house of representatives is going to vote tomorrow on the articles of impeachment against president trump and despite recent polls showing most Americans in Arizona is not in favor of impeaching and removing trump from office a DC insider says house Democrats will vote to impeach ABC news political analyst Alex Castellanos also tells errors on this morning news the president will benefit politically because the Senate will quit I'm sure we're going through this for nothing to end up exactly where we started American see that is a big waste of time and the worst Washington look the better Donald Trump will do Arizona Democrats Greg Stanton Tom o'halloran and roll grow hall they have all said they'll vote to impeach prescription drugs may soon get a lot cheaper for some thanks to a bill making its way through Congress the lower drug costs now act would let Medicare negotiate with drug companies to bring down the cost of prescription drugs for seniors on Medicare state representative Kelly Butler supports the bill they will finally address the out of control prices and truly help people I'd be able to afford their medications state senator Tony now but it they also supports the bill and says it would benefit thousands of Arizona's with chronic illnesses we're talking about individuals who need that life saving medication the bill passed in the US house and it's waiting for a vote in the US Senate resolved the city no KTA on use the driver who allegedly spread through an immigration checkpoint in southern Arizona and lead authorities on a fifty mile chase that reached one hundred ten miles an hour on I ten is still in federal custody FBI officials say thirty nine year old Adrian Stewart had his initial appearance today in federal court here in Phoenix and it is being held on suspicion of human smuggling transporting immigrants illegally concealing immigrants who are in the country illegally and other charges an FBI spokeswoman says Stewart also could be facing a charge of assault on a border patrol office Sir for allegedly firing shots during the pursuit and a judge in Texas is ordering Mexico's former top security official to remain in federal custody general Garcia Luna will be held without bond accused of accepting huge amounts of drug money and letting the Sinaloa cartel operate unimpeded Garcia Luna let Mexico's federal investigation agency and served as Mexico's had a public security he was caught in Texas after he was indicted for cocaine trafficking conspiracy and false statements in New York he'll be held in Texas until he can be moved to New York or Sinaloa king pin Joaquin el Chapo goes mon was tried in twenty eighteen and like stone ABC news let's check on the traffic with Larry Lewis who's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center thank you and we're dealing with the.

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"senator tony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Of your home for the holidays and every day of the year you can trust your home to us news update find people have died in the crash of a small plane and snow we South Dakota plane went down shortly after take off from the town of chamberlain that's about a hundred and forty miles west of Sioux falls in an area that had been under a winter storm warning there were a dozen people aboard the plane three are reported alive but her to get to the probable cause and contributing factors that's going to come at the conclusion of the investigation and these Charlie twelve to twenty four months to complete Peter could do some of the national transportation safety board one of the things are going to be looking at is the operating environment so the weather conditions the communications things of that nature but so far the accident is not being blamed on the weather which was difficult just as it has been difficult in much of a country that was something about an inch an hour right now we're out trying to get caught back up get the roads clean up that in California CBS news update on top forty now from the studios of music by local San Diego talk and breaking this is a M. seven sixty two murder was the charge I'm ready for the for the stories we're following on a seven sixty one is behind bars on suspicion of attempted murder today police say she was arrested after she allegedly cut the neck of another woman with a box cutter at a Mira mesa wall greens San Diego county Democratic Party will host its biennial convention tomorrow in Escondido California state treasurer Betty ye and senator Tony applicants will give keynote speeches the Aztecs B. B. Y. U. tonight thirteen to three USD Toros lost in the first round of the FCS playoffs seventeen to three to northern Iowa the goals be Tucson tonight six to two this report sponsored by SDG Anne if your car has touched a power line warn others not to touch the car and asked them to dial nine one one if you're unable for more safety tips visit as the G. E. dot com slash safety mostly cloudy in fifty seven degrees of Lindbergh field I'm Randy fuller A. M. seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news now back to the best in classic radio on Hollywood three sixty now back to the hall of fantasy his uncle something to us L. letter bay was a man of wealth and unusual takes.

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"senator tony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Waive test water dot com that's wave best water dot com here's a page nine people have died tonight in the crash of a small plane in snow we South Dakota the plane went down shortly after take off from the town of chamberlain merit is about a hundred and forty miles west of Sioux falls in our area that had been under a winter storm warning there were a dozen people aboard the plane three are reported alive but injured to get to the probable cause and contributing factors that's going to come at the conclusion of the investigation and these jelly twelve to twenty four months to complete that is Peter Canute some of the national transportation safety board one of the things are going to be looking at is the operating environment so the weather conditions the communications things of that nature mark so far the accident is not being blamed on the weather which was difficult just as it has been difficult in much of the country that was something about an inch an hour right now we're out trying to get caught back up get the roads clean off that in California CBS news update on Tom forty hello from the studios of music live local then he talks and breaking news this is a M. seven sixty Democrat meeting nine Randy fuller that's one of the stories we're following on a and seven sixty the San Diego county Democratic Party will host its biennial convention tomorrow in Escondido California state treasurer Betty and senator Tony Adkins will give keynote speeches San Diegans are paying just under three eighty three for a gallon of gas today's one cent decrease was the twenty fourth consecutive drop for the price at the pump the U. S. D. Toros loss to northern Iowa today seventeen to three losing in the first round of the FCS playoffs the Aztec for hosting B. Y. U. Cougars and the girls have to sign it but jungle arena this report sponsored by in and out burger in N. out burger fresh fact nothing is frozen everything is delivered fresh to every restaurant beef buns and produce because fresh is what it's all about partly cloudy overnight in San Diego lows around forty nine it's mostly cloudy in fifty seven note Lindbergh field I'm ready fuller a and seven sixty K. F. M. B. talk and breaking news now back to Hollywood three sixty with Carl Amari now back to rocky fortune before anyone can lay a glove on a platter just across the state is starting up there on a lot of the catwalk such a thing a runs the beats on the first one of the letter after when I hit the catwalk overhead is already talking about the letter unless you can fly you're a gun goes but he did have one that is I'm hoping to get both of you you had a little.

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"senator tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And we're just about four hours away from the opening of U. S. trading those get you up to date on the news you need to know at this hour U. S. futures are higher this morning as investors weigh the prospects of impeachment for president trump first some trading on the news is an effort in futility Patrick Armstrong is chief investment officer at the roomie wealth the impeachment I think it's a long way off there's gonna be a lot of twists and turns is gonna be a lot of rhetoric from both sides but because of the way it works it's very difficult to get to the math on impeachment I'd say right now to remove the president from office that math would need to include votes from several Republican senators Tony Rodriguez as head of fixed income at novena asset management I think it does increase is a political risk at the margin so now we we've always been looking at trees from trump they'll be more of them now you'll see more leaks from Congress so any given day I think that does or is it possible for a little more volatility in the market fundamental I don't really think it alters the whole line around policy war necessarily broader economics of next acting director of national intelligence Joseph McGuire testifies before the house regarding the whistle blower complaint that helped lead to calls for impeachment will bring that to you live on Bloomberg radio at nine AM Wall Street time a trade dispute between the US and Europe is coming into focus Bloomberg news has learned the World Trade Organization will authorize the US to impose tariffs on nearly eight billion dollars of European goods due to a legal state aid provided to air bus and live very surprised by ship reports that Europe is preparing to retaliate the European Union may impose tariffs on four billion dollars worth of American exports if president Donald Trump moves forward with his plan to penalize European goods next month the development marks the latest step in a decades long World Trade Organization dispute over government subsidies for Boeing and Airbus in Geneva Bryce fashion Bloomberg daybreak Bryce thank you another new softbank is reportedly in talks to increase its investment in we work according to the Financial Times the Japanese companies discussing whether to increase of one point five billion dollar pledge made to re work at a reduced price per share. and hello John has raised nearly one point two billion.

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"senator tony" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"No. Russell Westbrook for the thunder on Monday, as they hosted Miami Westbrook setting out his one game suspension. This fall on the dick quickly down. The floor is tipped away by gore. Dragen leaking out who do you think leaks out there wakes got what weight goes inside to wait on the Beachline? Wade Wade getting inside now in weight with twenty one seven ninety two ticket heat a one sixteen one zero seven victory in okay. See over the thunder, Miami outscoring. Okay. O'casey sixty seven to ten in bench points Westbrook. Not playing his one game suspension because of technical fouls. The thunder five and four without him this season. Warriors still battling for that top spot in the Western Conference fall to the Spurs one eleven one oh five Senator Tony does one nine straight longest active win streak in the NBA to get their forty second one of the season. So they clinched another winning season there twenty second straight undergrad Popovich as for Golden State. They now have the same record as the nuggets in the Western Conference nuggets beating the Celtics in Boston After the warriors loss coach Steve Kerr. Sometimes it just don't go in. But that wasn't really the story of the game. I just felt like we got played. It's the hottest team in the league. Obviously, really well coached and executing. And I thought they out executed us out coach. They deserve to win. Just the defensive effort and what they were doing to disrupt clay play hard. It's got a very good defensive team. Down the down the stretch her down this this last couple of weeks much improved defensively, and they're they're all right now and. And so I was frustrated. Our guys, really frustrated. We've got a we've got another. Andrew.

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"senator tony" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"The warriors lost to the Spurs. One eleven zero five Senator Tony winning their ninth in a row and Golden State in Denver now tied for the top spot in the Western Conference or the week after trading. Odell Beckham junior to the Browns giants GM. Dave Gettleman addressed the deal saying it was an offer. He couldn't refuse to say. The critics who believed quarterback Eli manning is over the hill. This. Clay is a crock. I'm telling you Gettleman says the G men will go with ally as their starting quarterback again in twenty nineteen. The jets have signed former Vikings offensive lineman at Tom Compton quarterback. Blake Bortles assigns with the Rams the local hockey teams are all off the lightning clinch the presidents trophy beating the coyotes Ford one college basketball, the CIT tournament first round NJIT victorious over Quinnipiac, ninety two eighty one with reports every twenty minutes, I'm Harris, Allen, WFAN twenty twenty sports. This is Joe beningo. Join me and Evan Roberts today. We have Yankee tickets to give away every hour on the show and also talk Yankees as swimmer. You'll join us from down in Florida. Also, look ahead to the NCAA tournament, all the waffles. That'll be playing also talked to GIO Gonzalez. He'll join us and we'll talk about what he's doing to prepare for the season. When he still hasn't signed with any team spinning going Roberts ten to one on the fan sports radio. One zero one nine FM and sports radio sixty six WFAN WFAN FM. Damn. Can you tell that was your.

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"senator tony" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

14:02 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"We have in studio with us tonight. Jason Rarick who is a state legislator state Representative from up north of us who is involved in a special election seeking to be the next state Senator from district eleven and we'll let him tell you. What all that encompasses geographically? But you may recall his name from our Thursday broadcast last week. Where we had Jake Duisenberg in who is the president of action for liberty. And he spoke of efforts to introduce and pursue stand your ground legislation, which would enable you to you know, wherever you find yourself. Defend yourself with a gun without making yourself vulnerable to prosecution for some sort of crime, just because you defended yourself, and there's some let's put it this way. There's some dispute as to how aggressively pursued that legislation and we'll get into that question here later tonight. But before we do I wanna take a moment just to kind of get to know you a little bit. Find out who you are. Because when when Jacob, you know, it's it's nothing against you. You're up north I'm down here. But when Jake mentioned, you that was the first time I'd ever heard you I know idea who Jason Rarick was I knew there was a state special election going on for the Senate district up there and you're the candidate. And so we're gonna talk about all that here on closing argument. Twincities NewsTalk AM eleven thirty one zero three five FM streaming at twincitiesnewstalk dot com and your iheartradio app. We're here. Eight to ten weeknights. Appreciate you. Joining us. You could join the conversation later on here at six five one nine eight. Eight nine five eight five five Brad omland taking those calls and producing the show. Welcome Mr. Eric. Thank you for having me. Appreciate you coming in all the way from from up north to let us get to know you a little bit now usually and we were talking about this a little bit before we came on the air. When somebody's running for a state legislative office state Senate state Representative that's a little under the radar for certainly for talk radio unless it's somebody who's in a really key district or somebody who's right here in the middle of our broadcast area, you're outside of it up north. But the reason why we're having you, and the reason why we're focusing on you here tonight is because this is a special election. Correct. As a special election. It has the potential to have a unique impact upon the the power balance at the state legislature Sakata, tell us a little bit about that tells us it tells a little bit about yourself your background and this race. And how it is that you came to be in it. Okay. I was involved in politics a little bit in my local area. I'm from the pine city Hinckley area grew up there. Graduated from pine city high school. Came down to the twin cities to go to Dunwoody institute and got into the electrical field. So in ninety two I got into IB w one ten Saint, Paul electrical union. So I've been an electrician since then move back up to the pine city area in ninety five and have been involved around. They're kind of in the background ever since coaching youth sports. Teaching religious Ed classes just being involved in my township things like that. After. The group was getting together to find someone to run against Tim Faust for the eleven be seat in. The fourteen election. I got a call from our former state Representative Roger Crawford asking me to consider running. That's how I ended up getting involved at this level of politics. And after governor walls was elected. We heard that Senator Tony Lori was really pushing hard to become Commissioner of d h s that's when people started reaching out to me asking if I would consider running in the special election if that happened. After he was appointed. And it was announced immediately. After that, it was going to be a thirty two day race for the special election. I determined that I was the best suited Republican to be able to run in that short of time frame. Yeah. That makes a whole lot of sense. I mean, they're not giving you a whole lot of time to to get a campaign up and running. So you might as well go with name that's established in the district that people know, so this is an opportunity for Republicans in Minnesota pick up a seat in the Senate, which given the electoral experience, we just had in November would be quite the comeback so to speak. It'd be a good moment. So what are the and I recognize him course, that your your opinion is slightly biased. What what's your view of how what the district feels like what what the how tangible it is to potentially pick up. This district are people ready for that shift would be a change from the status quo. Yeah. You know, this seat has been held by the Democrats and the Laurie family for a very long time. Twenty had it in his mother Becky had before him. So it's been in the Democrats hands. But we've really. Started to see the shift, and I think part of that is the people in our area do not identify strongly with one party or the other necessarily. They look at the candidates as an individual. I mean, I think you look at both party units in the area. We have a very hard time finding a dedicated volunteers because they're so few that actually identify strongly one party or the other. So. We're hearing that quite a bit that they're really not interested in a third generation. Senator and a democratic dynasty ongoing up in Senate district eleven exactly and so we've been reaching out with that message. But also just explaining that, you know, I'm a lifelong resident as a construction worker, I relate wealth and a lot of people in our area. Whether it's you're a farmer work in manufacturing. We have a lot of construction workers that travel either to the twin cities the Duluth market to work. I relate very well with all of them, and I can bring their values and their experiences to the capitol. Yeah. I mean, you get a feel look somebody in the eye and talking to somebody even for just a few minutes, and I have to say that my instinct regarding you is that you're a very normal person. Well, my family might not agree. It's meant as a compliment that you know, you you you work in a trade you own your own business. You you you live in a district where people are down to earth and concerned about down to earth issues, and that seems to be reflected in how you're engaging so far here tonight, which leads us into one of those down refer to earth issues that people care about which is their gun rights. And so this is what brought you or at least what led you to coming onto the show tonight was the issue of standard ground and second amendment rights and gun legislation and to recap, and you know, I'm doing this for memory. And so I I may not be recapping fairly. I'm sure Jacob's listening call in and and correct me if I'm wrong in terms of trying to speak on his behalf. But the the story the way I recall, it is that there was legislation which you introduced last session last year for your. Around which obviously did not become law and the the it was presented on Thursday. When we had Jake in that the reason why it did not become law was because there was a conscientious decision made on your part, and at the behest of the Republican House leadership to not push that issue too hard because of concern over potentially losing suburban districts down here in the metro what's your your retort response to the so I I was not the chief author two years ago Representative Jim Nash had carried many the gun bills previously this year, he decided to step away. And so I picked up on the stand your ground Bill for this year. I think it was more. So the reason it didn't go through there were many members, and it could have passed the house quite easily. I believe and we could have got members of the democrat side to vote for it as well. We're trying to work with the Senate and make sure that we didn't put them in a tough position. And unfortunately, we have a few members that were not going to vote for it on the Republican side over in the Senate and. We looked at it and say, well, if we can't even get it through the Senate and under the governor's desk, which we know he was going to veto it. We didn't wanna look Senator make Senator Zell look bad by not being able to pass a Bill on the floor of the Senate. So. It was one of those issues that a lot of people because of the school shootings. They got a little bit sideways on the issue not understanding that this had nothing to do with the school shootings that had nothing to do with so many of the other issues. It's still going to be illegal to shoot up a school. Exactly. Right. So you know, we we were we didn't just give up on it. It's something we still want to push forward and make sure people understand that. That's what we believe in. We we do know that with the current governor. It's still not going to get signed. But it doesn't mean we're not going to bring it forward. And we're not gonna present the Bill so that we can have discussions and get people talking about it. There are a lot of times you you put a Bill in knowing you're not going to get anywhere with it. But you wanna make sure people know that this is important to you. And. Someday, we're going to get it through. So you're in the middle of your third term in their two year terms. Correct. Correct. So having just recently served a four year term on the city council myself. I think it's fair to say that you've been in this. You haven't been in this so long that you've forgotten what it's like to not be in it. Right. Correct. So so. Based on that experience of remembering what it's like to be on the other side of the transaction of looking at a potential candidate looking at somebody that you're you're looking to support. I think the frustration that is articulated so veraciously by Jake, and that is shared by a lot of activists isn't so much that our elected Republican incumbents are unwilling to introduce legislation or that they're unwilling to to. Vote for it. When the time comes when it's not gonna cause a problem, or whatever the case may be. But that I it it seems as though the analogy uses Lucy setting up the football for Charlie Brown to kick. Right. That that there's there never seems to be any follow through in terms of actually trying to get something done. And it's not just because we typically hear the whole, well, you know, you've got democratic governor you've got a democratic majorities of this body of that body. We need to win this election. We need to win that election all of which is true to a large extent. I mean, you know, you're not gonna be able to pass something that the governor will not sign that is factually, correct? However, there seems to be this this imbalance between the way Republicans approach the craft of politics within the legislature versus the way Democrats to Democrats never seemed to let their liabilities hold them back. Like, they're always throwing the entire spaghetti at the wall in terms of their always through mail Mary pass and trying to get the most outrageous radical legislation at least talked about like, they know the same thing that you do right? Like, they know that they can't get it passed one thing that's going on right now is the potential legalization of recreational marijuana, which we may talk about when you're gone. But just as an example, that's something that the current Republican controlled Senate does not want to pass right and Democrats in the house know that, but they're still like tripping over each other to be the one who gets to lead to offer the Bill and to be the champion of it. And there seems to be there doesn't seem to be that same hunger on the Republican side of things to really get after these issues is that an unfair perception that that activists have. And if not tell us why it's not I guess in a way, it's it's fair. I think as Republicans we tend to be more realistic in our approach, and we understand what's going to happen. I I think you're probably right. That that tends to hold us back sometimes from doing what a lot of people are wishing we would. And you're probably right. We could do a better job of of doing that. Unfortunately at times when we go out that way, our words get twisted. I mean, you can see some of the good things we try to do now. Our words get twisted in. General public isn't paying close enough attention to really get the truth. And so I think we've kind of that's been a little bit of what's held us back on some of those things. But I do believe we could actually do a better job. Just hopefully, I think a lot of times I think the first few people that do it are going to end up disappearing from the legislature. But maybe somebody needs to make that sacrifice six five one nine eight nine five eight five five if you want to chime in on our conversation provides some inside ask some questions, we have Jason Rarick in-studio with us. He is running for state Senate up in district eleven which is the Hinckley pine city area. Current Representative from the B side of that district..

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"senator tony" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Robert Barnes lawyer whose offered trips at the students in the Covington dust up. It's at the Lincoln Memorial right now that we're talking about workers, California state director the freedom foundation. Bob, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. Appreciate it. So sunshine on the negotiations that pertain to the public sector. What's your opinion on that? We need more of it. We need everywhere. That's my opinion. We just. We'll never know what caused the strike came about. There's too many too many things to many people impacted by students first and foremost, our families taxpayers daughters, the general public and unless we have open bargaining then what we've seen. Local governments school districts that we work with to get open bargaining into Goshi hitting we're gonna we're gonna have more kind of strife and the public who pays for it. All it's going to be kept in the dark. Well, that's interesting because I kept asking a question about the the difference between the position of the teachers and the board of education and the and the union and saying they essentially in agreement on everything what's the issue here. And it was all about the two billion dollars set aside. And I thought, oh, this is all about getting that depleting that so we can make an issue of prop thirteen that's the only possible explanation. I can think of is that my wrong. Well, I mean, I have an explanation and because we've we've battled the Indians what we do at the freedom foundation is we we freak out from at workers from forced unionisation. So we use union tactics against the unions Nobile doing what we do here, California where where engaging with workers, and and when we talked to them away look at these these strikes in these kinds of these behind closed doors negotiations with UCLA in my view. It's all about charter schools. They want to cap which they got a pathway to capture nonunion charter schools. They also if you look at the details were able to create twenty five hundred three thousand new jobs. That's each of those represents union members who will pay the union leadership an average of about two thousand eleven hundred dollars a year. So they just made three million a year. From tax payers. That's gonna go to what what Alito in the supreme court ruled in the Janice decision last year. We'll go to a political influence spending. Right. So it's it's all about the unions making money by capping charter schools. They're actually hurting the students who want to seek a better education, and they'd have proven effective. Absolutely. So they're stunting education reform, and that's what they do time and time again, it's all about money for the union and the union leadership here in California, we have had government employees each of the unions. Government unions bring about a billion dollars of public funds from dues withholdings. And so then I always spending that for political influence here in California where the chief exporter of union money the rest of the country to influence politics. And and yet they've been pretty effective on behalf of their up. Senators have they not? The unions. Yeah. I mean, th they may be bridging themselves. But they've also. They seem to have gotten the job done and my wrong. Well for their own best interests, not in the interests of the general public or right sort of that sort of their job. I mean, they all this all this liability in of the retirement funds, and all this stuff, these are incredibly generous. But it's a unions that got those. But the problem for for us the rest of us is it's an it's an inherent conflict to have those folks who use our tax dollars to fund the elections. Elected representatives sit across the table from those elected representatives, negotiate contracts in the dark. Remember what I was saying about this drew when when we were leading up to the possible strike, which became a strike was I said, if we had transparency, we could see what they were haggling over see the numbers because they both sides kept saying, they're lying. They have this two billion dollars. The other side said no we've already have this earmarked. It's going to be gone in two years. And I said, why don't we see the numbers? Why don't we see where all this money that they claim they have in their budget that they don't have any more money that they're going to go. They're going to become insolvent if they give into the demands of the teacher's union. And I said, well, if we could just see where every single red cent is spent maybe we can see what they're wasting their money on or what they're spending their money on. But of course, we would never be allowed to see that. Because they don't want us to know where they're spending their money. What's your Naga? Also going to see is intimidation tactics. Messages such as if you don't agree with this contract. We're gonna primary you we're gonna find it opponent organic. Office. Thank discussion that that's sad that can't be held behind closed doors. If if we shed light on that, those kind of conversations are going to be taking place, and that's where teacher dues are going to be going to because that's when you're part of a union, that's where they're going to be spending their money. How do we get sunlight into these negotiations? Well, we we what we do at about additions. We're working with local government counties. Apologies. We we advocate for these policies and how to how to pass them at the local level. So we can have you can live stream it if you're conservative for those that are concerned about, you know, large intimidated crowds attending but to get to get public proceedings. Yeah. Public proceedings to be viewed open. So we can see all the proposals and counterproposals we can have an independent fiscal and assets. It's ongoing all the things that we just mentioned here. So it really that's what it takes. We had it in California at a glimpse of it. She goes to what the coin ordinances civic openness in negotiation Costa, Mesa was the first to pass it. And it was tremendous in policy analyst from Orange County gets that to us included in my LA times. I'll bet from last week. All the things that go with coin occurred. There were civility there were few. There were no public accusations of bad faith. The adult conversations, you know, it was it was contracts were decided indigo shooting twenty fashion all these things occurred. But what happens is when government unions, all of a sudden light is shed on this process. They move quickly to get the president's Sacramento to shut it down. And that's what they did. I think they got them Senator Tony Mendoza who was a former teacher in UT LA member by the way to fast track legislation solely intended to reduce the number of coin ordinances around the state, and it had a certificate was signed by governor Brown, very quickly and put into law. So it shut it down. So now, we're doing it free to finish is working with local governments to one, you know, one local jurisdiction at a time. We're trying to design these open bargaining ordinances in a way that that will be defensible at Sacramento units friends up. There can't shut it down. Is there anything the average person should be doing to a strong feeling about this? Well, I think they need to be talking to their local elected officials school board members advocating support they can go to our website free to fetish dot com. And join our effort here in California. But it's always best to communicate directly to your elected representatives set your category supervisors it your city council. Members your city managers and your school board uppers. All right. Appreciate very much. Thank you for joining us. Appreciate it. You gotta be workers. Straight stink director of the freedom foundation. It just sounds again. I get I get glazed over when I hear about that. It sounds like even if you get it through it sounds like the state stymies. Because they're they're all the elected officials that are all in on it. So how do you especially especially in this state my gun? The teacher's union is some of the they're like the most powerful union when it comes to. Been cutting money is mixed feelings about it. Because I want the teachers to have a strong union. You know what I mean? I want them to be well represented the other hand I don't like the monkey business and by merely shining. Shining a light on it would not be a bad idea. What's what's the problem with us looking in and the Goshi why would that be shining? A light is always a good thing. Nothing to hide. If you have nothing nothing good happens in the dark with this is what I always tell people that have issue like should you? Check your partners iphone, I said, well, there should be nothing in your partners iphone that you want to check. So what difference it makes it go ahead? And check it yesterday. It's the same thing if your partner has an issue with it. Okay. Well now now what's going on here? Exactly. Oh, I'm saying eight hundred two two two five two two two is phone number. We are going to be speaking. With.

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"senator tony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"senator tony" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Southland weather from KFI. Mostly cloudy tonight. We do have a chance of showers, low forties and fifties. But tomorrow, partly cloudy. No rain going to be dry temps in the sixties right now sixty one in Dana point, sixty one and Lisa viejo the same in diamond bar and sixty one in north Hollywood to we lead local live from the KFI twenty four hour newsroom. I'm Debra Mark. Johny Ted show. John kobylt and Ken chiampou KFI AM six forty. Tomorrow's mois line Friday where we probably will. We'll be rid of the moisture finally one eight one eight five moist nine for your voicemail one eight one eight five six six four seven eight nine. I'm sure there'll be a lot of people weighing in this week on what has been one of the bigger stories locally of the week. And that is the unified school district teachers strike, which is what we're going to talk about right now you've been listening to the news this afternoon. They did agree around noontime to sit down and quote talk again, negotiate. I don't think they've emerged right, Debbie. They have not. But there is going to be a news conference at five thirty tonight, and Alex Caputo Pearl. John's favour guy is going to give an update on. How the talks went today. Okay. And that means we will only take this news conference. If there is an agreement because he's just gonna he's been spouting almost every other day with his usual rhetoric against the district and the superintendent Austin view. I don't think we need to stand for another one of those things. So we'll wait and see if there is a deal or close to a deal, and then we'll figure out what will do later on. You can carry it through your news. But we don't want that guy. Fouling telling our show up. All right. Let's talk to Bob Wicker's. Bob Wicker's is the vice president of operations of the freedom foundation. And he wrote an editorial that appeared in the El Segundo time sim, we're going to find out what it's about Okapis. He has to do with the teachers strike in LA. He said, you know, the the public ought to know all the details of the negotiations wise it their money. Yeah. Because we're paying for this. Let's get Boban, Bob. How are you? I'm doing well. Thanks for having me. What is the freedom foundation? Well, the freedom foundation is an organization that we it's free that fights for freedom, free enterprise. Government accountability. Liberty good all things wonderful. Sounds wonderful. Nothing. Anybody could be against. There is there is no details on on what they're fighting about. And and I wonder why the district wouldn't release all the all the financial details. I guess they're out of money. Just show us the paperwork that Radha money. Well, I mean, California where prohibited by law taxpayers the public voters from from knowing what goes on. Action proceedings are private the closed door other secret and put my editorial today my op Ed in the Los Angeles Times, not the times. But the Los Angeles Times they moved to El Segundo, therefore, they are now the. Didn't know that. Speaking of freedom, the reporters could the reporters complained that they'd have to commute to El Segundo and don't wanna do that. Oh, yeah. It's why we renamed him home. That's why I wrote about I mean, we had a little bit of a glimpse through civic openness and negotiations legislature back in two thousand twelve at Costa Mesa pass in Orange County and Beverly Hills never other communities picked up so we had a brief window, of course, when government unions see that lights being shed on negotiations the collective bargaining. They rushed to shut it. And closed, and that's what you do with with. Then Senator Tony Menendez legislation. Called crony which was solely intended to discourage local municipalities from from adopting coin ordinance says he's transparency ordinances. So know, right when we had a window of transparency, they shot it. Do you think that there is something scandalous going on that? If they there must be reason, they want to shroud the negotiations and secrecy if we could know what's going on. What would they be embarrassed by experience is pretty much Asian? We advocate, successfully, I might add with municipalities and school districts to help them adopt. These these transparent open bargaining that says what we've had our experiences. Government unions are negotiating across the table with the very people that they that they you know, that they elect and they use our tax dollars to fund their elections and reelections it's a conflict of interest it's inherent. So when they get behind closed doors, they use their tactics that government unions. No bass, which is intimidation and coercion they come out with absolutely reasonable and irrational, opening proposals and counter proposals that were to be done in public which in many municipalities and school districts in Washington state, for instance, that we've helped adopt these ordinances, you don't have that. And the intimidation is they'll tell a politician we're gonna fund a competitor in the next primary and will smear you and you'll lose your your job. You'll be so. I read a Rican article that that a politician and for the California set that hey boy by. Pass the budget that we couldn't afford it. We went out of the budget went out of balance. You know, I probably wouldn't be elected the next at the next election. But the reality would have been no, your friends, and the government unions would spend countless dollars attacking your opponent to make sure that they put you back off. So for those politicians to say things like that. Yeah. It's too bad that that people believe those kind of political messages that unions by, but they do the public believes a lot of stupid things and a lot of stupid lies. So there's no movement to do this among among the democratic politicians because are wholly owned by the teachers union. That's right. That's right. And so, you know, nobody is against transparency when it comes to public funds, except guess who government unions. They stand alone against transparency. So feel like contract I give them credit for for publishing myopic today. Okay. No. But if we shed some light, we're gonna get better results in better return on investment for for a tax dollars. No question about it. All right, Bob wicker as we appreciate you coming on. Thanks for having vice president of operations of the freedom foundation as you said about all things free openness, and what he's talking about is that these LA unified school district negotiations. And you know, people like John kobylt pay their tax money for this. They don't know what's going on. Even John has never had a kid in school. I can't. And that's what pisses me off I pay exorbitant taxes for the school system. I can't use it. And then I have to pay in effect another tax to send the kids to a private school. Yeah. And then that's why I'm just nothing but disgusted by this teacher's union. When I see them hundred and ten thousand dollars a year, they get including benefits lifetime health benefits. Lifetime pensions for their spouses too. It's like, oh my God. What we're getting? Enough for you people. We're just getting the outlines of what they're arguing about some of its pay some of its class is some of its bringing more staff like, nurses and librarians. We're not getting now, and I wait I wait every day for the news reporters to get into the details because somebody's lying here. Right. Austin? And the district officials are lying or the unions line one of the two, and it seems to me the purpose of reporters is to get the truth. Don't say, hey, here's what Alex Caputo Pearl said today. Here's what Austin Butte and your said today. Well, they're saying two opposite things. One of them's clearly like, so which one is it and why can't reporters dig that out? Instead, they tell me that. They said they were feeding tacos to teachers were standing in the rain would we what are you doing? I don't care. I wanna know which one of these guys is lying when we come back. We'll talk about the partial federal government shutdown. Trump had something to say today when he made a speech, I like this to unveil the twenty nine thousand nine national missile defense review is he threatening to throw a missile Democrats. I'd. Anyway, you talked about border security talked about how the Democrats have gone over the edge to the open borders side. We'll play that audio. We'll talk about what he did to Nancy Pelosi. I guess it's kind of payback. Because yesterday, she was like, we don't wanna hear your state of the union speech. Well, there's a government shutdown. So he got back at her all coming up. John and Ken show KFI your chance with a.

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"senator tony" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

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