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Fresh update on "supervisor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Store owners were happy to have a day focused on their business. People like Justin Siegel, the owner of little shoes, which has been a local institution for nearly 90 years. That's really nice to have a day, put focus on small local businesses out there. Early voting underway, and at least two dozen counties in Georgia's runoff election for the U.S. Senate. Rachel Aragon has more. Gwinnett county election supervisor says the county has been preparing. We're in a good spot. The Senate runoff election between incumbent Rafael Warnock and Herschel Walker could draw a big turnout. Neither incumbent senator Warnock nor Republican challenger walker secured enough votes in the November 8th election, thus the need for the runoff. President Biden is in Nantucket, Massachusetts, where he was asked about the latest mass shooting at a Walmart in Chesapeake, Virginia. President Biden told reporters here that he's determined to pass an assault weapons ban. But he doesn't have the votes and the chances get even slimmer once Republicans take control of the House. CBS Nancy cordes, a turnaround, and U.S. policy toward Venezuela, CBS Tom foti has that story. The Biden administration is moving to ease oil sanctions on Venezuela, at least temporarily. President Nicolas Maduro's government has long been under U.S. sanctions. The Treasury Department is now allowing Chevron to resume what it calls a limited energy production in Venezuela. The Biden administration sites a humanitarian agreement between the Maduro government and its opposition. The UN would oversee that deal. North Korean leader Kim Jong-un defends his country's latest missile tests, reporter Alex Jensen has details from Seoul, South Korea. Leader Kim Jong-un insists his country's ultimate goal is to have the world's most powerful nuclear force. His vow was relayed by state media, which claimed the north's most recent intercontinental ballistic missile test already puts it in a position to respond to American capabilities. NASA has launched a SpaceX falcon 9 rocket yesterday from the Kennedy Space Center in route to the International Space Station
Walmart shooter left 'death note,' bought gun day of killing
"New details have emerged about the Walmart shooter in Chesapeake, Virginia. Investigators say the Walmart supervisor who shot and killed 6 coworkers left behind what he called a death note. Andre Bing blamed others for mocking him and said he wishes his parents would have paid closer attention to his social deficits. Bing also said he did not plan the shooting, but that, quote, things just fell in place like I was led by the Satan. Coworkers who survived the shooting say was known for being difficult and for being hostile with employees. Police say Bing legally purchased a 9 millimeter gun he used, the day of the killings. He had no criminal record. Bing died at the scene of an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound. I'm Mike Hempen.
Fresh update on "supervisor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Online according to Adobe, which tracks sales of the retailers websites. The figure 2.3% more than in 2021. Electronics were a major contributor as online sales surged a whopping 221% over an average day in October, toys up even more, 285% exercise equipment up 218%, consumers continued to deal with inflation by using more of the buy now pay later programs, which jumped by 78% compared to last week. For retailers, these numbers are a promising indicator of the coming weeks ahead early holiday forecast to been muted and target Macy's Nordstrom's and other retailers reported a lull in sales in late October and early November. Police have new information about the Chesapeake Virginia gunman at the Walmart they say the 31 year old supervisor left a note claiming that he had been tormented by coworkers were learning masum more about victims. Family and friends grieved at a memorial just steps away from the Walmart store where 6 people lost their lives. We now know the youngest was 16 year old Fernando Chavez Barron. Fernando started working at the store recently, loved ones say he used his first paycheck to buy gifts for his mom, Walmart has confirmed that all of the victims in Tuesday's shooting were store employees. Bradley Blackburn CBS News, New York. President Biden says he will try to push Congress to enact more gun control measures following the recent increase in mass shootings in the country in recent weeks. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea
"supervisor" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports. Top stories were following for you tonight on WTO, a 15 year old boy was shot in the leg this afternoon outside D.C.'s annual turkey bowl football game in northeast. D.C. police said people heard multiple gunshots about one 20 in the afternoon in the area of 17th and east capital streets. Millions lined up in Manhattan to enjoy the 96th Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade. Perhaps in another sign we are putting COVID behind us the crowds were massive. A lot of people wore those poultry shaped hats in honor of the feast. They were going to enjoy later. And NBC's Al Roker had to miss the fun for the first time in 27 years because of a healthcare, but we're told he's doing much better now. A witness says Walmart supervisor Andre Bing seemed to target people during this week's attack in Chesapeake, Virginia, and shot some victims after they were already hit and appeared to be dead. Stay with WTO for more about these stories in just minutes. The Vatican tribunal weighing a financial fraud case heard from an unusual witness today when a secret recording of Pope Francis was played to the court about the Holy See's payments to free a nun held hostage by Al-Qaeda. The broadcast of the Pope's own voice in the courtroom marked a surreal new chapter in this trial that's already seen plenty of twists as Vatican judges tried to learn who, if anybody criminally responsible or is criminally responsible for losing tens of millions of Euros in holy sea assets. 7 18. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, let's get back to Rick in the traffic center. All right, let's take you back through morning sign where authorities are sorting out a serious crash last hour along the Maryland decide of the sultan Parkway, both sides of the Parkway are still closed between suitland road and forestville road and still under police direction at the moment. BW Parkway is back on the move now after some delays, traveling southbound through Riverdale and Laurel, I two 70, no problems to and from Frederick, I 75 up in new market is closed both ways near I 70 for the crash cleanup. The beltway still moves well through Maryland and Virginia. And still pretty quiet at the moment over in Virginia, 66, three 95, I 95, the GW Parkway no worries, and through the district, no issues reported on the freeway through southeast and Southwest, the
Fresh update on "supervisor" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Police in Chesapeake, Virginia, are sharing more information about the gunman who killed 6 people and injured 7 others in an employee break room at a Walmart super center Tuesday night. The 31 year old shooter was a supervisor at the store and left what police described as a death note on his phone, claiming he was being tormented by his coworkers. Investigators say the 9 millimeter handgun he used was purchased legally just hours before the attack. Virginia is not among the 9 states with a waiting period to buy a gun. Authorities say the shooter who died at the scene with an apparent self inflicted gunshot wound did pass a background check before buying the weapon. He had no criminal history. Bradley Blackburn CBS News, New York. President
Hobbs wins Arizona governor’s race, flipping state for Dems
"Arizona voters elected Democrat as governor Early Monday evening Maricopa County Arizona board of supervisors chair Bill Gates told reporters the last big collection of ballots would be counted that night We have less than a 100,000 left This will be a big drop of votes The AP reports that Democrat Katie Hobbs narrow lead over Republican Kerry Lake held as that last big batch of ballots showed Lake did not have the numbers to catch up Hobbes is the first Democrat elected governor in Arizona since Janet Napolitano 16 years ago 2006 Gates who is a Republican says Lake a 2020 election denier and a former TV anchor basically accused election officials a slow rolling the vote count in favor of Democrats I'm Tim McGuire
Fresh "Supervisor" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"American Express, launched that event during the 2010 recession. They want you to support small independent businesses that are so essential to our community. A year later, Congress passed a resolution and the vote was unanimous. Shop made in D.C. has a number of locations around the area where the pop up shop in Georgetown as well. They also have a storefront at 1304 Wisconsin avenue in northwest D.C.. In D.C.'s Shaw neighborhood, the Shah Main Street is against celebrating the small business Saturday with the 5th annual city market at the holiday celebration near the intersection of zero and 8th street northeast. There's also a small business Saturday celebration that is taking place in Virginia and in Maryland. Stay with WTO. Find our website. We have more information about that. Police have new information about the Chesapeake Virginia gunman. They say the 31 year old Walmart supervisor left a note claiming he was tormented by his coworkers were also learning more about the victims. Family and friends grieved at a memorial just steps away from the Walmart store where 6 people lost their lives. We now know the youngest was 16 year old Fernando Chavez baron. Fernando started working at the store recently, loved ones say he used his first paycheck to buy gifts for his mom. Walmart has confirmed that all of the victims in Tuesday's shooting were store employees. Bradley Blackburn CBS News, New York. President Biden says he'll push Congress to enact more gun control measures following a spate of mass shootings in the country in recent weeks. 6 people killed in a southeast Virginia Walmart 5 dead in Colorado Springs in just a week and President Biden says more must be done to prevent these killings from taking place. The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick. He tells reporters he'll take it to Congress, even though the sessions almost over. Meanwhile, the president reached
Florida Passed Voter Reforms, Other States Should, Too
"What has to change this time There needs to be bipartisan outrage at this absurdity At .2 my state of Florida again We used to be the joke of the country you know it And finally after 2018 and governor desantis was a big part of it Said enough is enough We got rid of two corrupt election supervisors and we passed a series of modernization policies By the way one of the big ones Every vote has a paper backup We have modern modernization systems so everything's computerized but we also have paper ballots to back up every single vote Election supervisors are allowed to tabulate vote by mail ballots ahead of election day When the big problems you're having and these states that are still counting ballots that don't allow them to start counting on a balance until election day the vote by mail ballots That's stupid If you're going to have vote by mail ballots let them do it ahead of time And for what we can do to up to 40 days ahead of time We also have a state run election integrity office as well Reforms matter The whole reason Florida went from being a joke as recently as 2018 To running the most efficient elections of any state and were the third largest Is because we enacted smart reforms It's not hard These states absolutely need to do that
Arizona county's plan to hand-count ballots blocked by judge
"Another county planned to hand count every ballot has been blocked in a ruling that's expected to be appealed In Arizona a pima county superior court judge issued a ruling that blocked a plan in cochise county to hand count every ballot instead of just the small sample required by state law to ensure the counting machines are accurate Republican officials ordered the count after making unfounded claims that vote counting machines were untrustworthy supervisor Peggy Judd said many of her constituents believed it was important after an all day hearing Friday the judge agreed with opponents including the county's elected Republican attorney and the election director for Arizona's Secretary of State who both testified that a full hand count of early ballots is illegal under Arizona election law a group called the Arizona alliance for retired Americans and the county's own elections director both argued that the last minute change could cause chaos and potentially delay certification of the election results Judge Casey mcginley says the county board of supervisors overstepped its legal authority I'm Jennifer King
Meet Yesli Vega, Challenging Rep. Abigail Spanberger
"Well tell us the country in virginians about your race You're running against this phony moderate And the area that you represent and why you are the true blue conservative and she's a phony moderate Sure you know Mark I just stepped outside we actually have a Latinos Vega rally going on right now where we have over a hundred folks that turned out here tonight And there is no coincidence for why we're having so many people coming out to our events People are tired of what's been coming out of Washington over the last couple of years They're tired of my opponents double standards and her lip service and they're ready for change folks are hurting right now because of record high inflation because of the cost of fuel because of the cost of groceries And because they're seeing every single thing in their lives going up from crime to the economy to big hand of government trying to interfere with everything that we do And so we're really excited as we get closer to election day We have the momentum We're talking to voters about the issues that matter to them And we're excited because we're seeing a movement here and there's nothing my opponent or the Democrat party can do to stop it Whatever you do or would you like to represent Say that again What is the area that you're running in So the 7 congressional district begins in eastern Prince William county and then it has the staffer spotsylvania Fredericksburg culpepper Greene county Orange County Caroline county and king George and half a precinct in albemarle So it's a newly drawn district after redistricting this district is now 70% new to my opponent And I live work and play in Prince William county and I've been serving there as a county supervisor for the last three years I also had the privilege of leading the Latinos for young and coalition where we proudly delivered 54% of the Hispanic vote across the Commonwealth And so we've laid the groundwork and now we're starting to see people coming out like never before and they are ready to take our country back
Alabama halts execution because of time, IV access concerns
"Alabama has called off the execution of a convicted killer just three hours after a divided U.S. Supreme Court gave the okay prison officials had until midnight Thursday to give convicted killer Alan Miller a lethal injection but corrections commissioner John Hamm says the team administering the drugs had trouble accessing a vein and didn't say how long the team tried but he says Miller was returned to his cell the 57 year old was sentenced to death for a 1999 workplace rampage in which he killed two coworkers and a former supervisor I'm Donna water
Jared Kushner Joins Hugh for an In-Depth Interview About His Memoir of the 2016 Campaign and President Trumps White House - Burst 06
"Let's talk, extend the football analogy. Sometimes you have turnover artists. Sometimes you have bad coaches that don't relate signal. I noticed the reference to Margaret Peter Lennon here, and that's two inside baseball for the radio. But I do want to talk about Navarro and Bannon. I've known Peter naru for 30 years. When he ran for mayor as a no growth mayor in San Diego, when he ran unsuccessfully for Congress with Hillary Clinton at his side when he ran for supervisor. Peter is charismatic and fun to be around. I went to a Crosby still national young concert with him once. But he is completely mercurial and off the reservation often. Why in the world did you recruit him? It's a funny story. So one of the things I did on the campaign was Trump called me and says, I want you to write a speech for me for apac. And I go through this in the book. And I wrote a big policy speech for him. It was a policy I understood. And I convinced him to use a teleprompter for the first time, which he was resisted to. We called the story in the book. It's really funny. But you said, look, I used to make fun of the politicians who used teleprompters. And I just do this. If you don't like it, you'll never have to see one again. And he goes and he used it and the speech was incredible at AIPAC. He says to me after I want you to build a speech writing team. So Stephen Miller was on the campaign as I called Steve and I said, look, can we start developing a policy and a speech writing team? And he says, Jared, this is like the first thing I've heard on this campaign that makes any sense. Like that should have been done 6 months ago. But let's do it. So we started putting it together. And I was looking for people who can give me more nuance on Trump's what he was saying about China. So I found Peter's book death by China, which seemed like a title that was in line with what Trump was saying. So I researched him. I was a little nervous because I think he was a Democrat. If you would call me and we got on the phone, I said, hi, I work with president with candidate Trump. And I said, what are your thoughts on him? Because I didn't want to open it up to myself. I love what he's talking about. He's the first politician saying it. And I said, do you want to be on our economic advisory council? And he says, well, who else is on it? And I said, well, I really can't disclose names. Trump's a little controversial now. I don't want to be out there. There's going to be a secret advisory pal. Spears is absolutely all right stuff for you. I'll give you advice. I'll send you stuff. He was the only person on it. I was on it at the time. And so Peter started advising the campaign sent us some very good advice. And then when it came into time and The White House, we ended up putting him in a trade position. And again, he was a very useful voice throughout the time. He definitely played hard. I think he was a little bit paranoid that when Trump wasn't deciding his way that there was some grand conspiracy or people were stewing it up. But I felt like we had a policy on trade that was very revolutionary from a Republican orthodoxy,
John McGuire: The Inconsistency of My Opponent
"I am looking at my tea leaves right, and I know where I stand, I'd love for you to be my state senator. I just think the world of you. You are going to be enter primary, but I mentioned Liz Cheney. I mentioned Adam kinzinger, some of these other folks up in D.C. who say, oh, we're really good for Republicans, but man, they're doing all the beating of the Democrats. Now, you've got sort of a similar situation on a local basis, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I think about the term wolf in sheep's clothing. And you've heard of rhinos, there's a guy that I'm running against, he's a supervisor in Louisa county, and there's a letter floating out there from a highly decorated Vietnam veteran who also served in this senator dick black and he's done some research and some other people have done some research and they found out that my opponent ran for Republican in the West Virginia House of delegates in 1982. And then he betrayed the Republican Party at a time when the Democrats were pushing the socialist pro abortion agenda. He left the Republican Party and joined that group and he ran at the Democrat in 82 with Walter Mondale and that crowd and then he ran the Democrat in 84 and then he moved to Virginia into this district where I'm running to be the state Senate and ran against one of the most conservative members of the House delegates Frank hargrove and Hanover county, who's a very beloved member of the House of delegates and against governor Allen who was on the ballot and he basically was on the ballot with Clinton. So he supported the Clinton and never seen the guy I mentioned the word Trump support Trump, anything else. He was supposed to be, but I'll tell you what, he's getting money. And so we've got to figure that out because people don't know this. There are
What's Happening in Arizona Is an Abject Disgrace to the Modern World
"What's happening in Arizona is an abject disgrace to the modern world. And this is not the first time this has happened. This is the fourth election cycle this has happened in Arizona. And every time we try to challenge the people in Arizona to fix this, Stephen richer, the state House, the state Senate, we get condescendingly talked to as if, oh, you don't know what you're talking about. We're not going to put up with this anymore. We are now 36 hours, plus of polls closing. We are now in the 38th hour, and there are still a 125 to a 175,000 ballots still outstanding in Maricopa County. I believe one of the reasons is because the establishment in Arizona wants to try to rob every day they can. From Kerry Lake to give her the victory speech, transfer her entire operation to a general election. Now we are about 93 92 days away from the midterm elections. You want to hear something even crazier? We are 60 days away from early voting. 60 days away. In a governor's race, that could be anywhere between a 75 to $100 million governor's race, or a Senate race that will be a 150 to a 175 million every day literally costs 2 millions of dollars. And so if you are delaying this unnecessarily of which, there is no excuse whatsoever. With the Maricopa County supervisors and Steven richer and all these people in Maricopa County are doing, you are literally able to give an in kind donation to Katie Hobbs.
FBI Arrests Ex-Louisville Cop Involved in Deadly Breonna Taylor Raid
"Also breaking out of Louisville, the FBI arrested former Louisville police officer Joshua James following his involvement in the 2020 shooting death of Breonna Taylor, three other current or former Louisville police officers were also charged, Merrick Garland announced, Taylor was fired from the Louisville police department after his supervisors determined he lied about the events that led to the March 2020 raid on Taylor's apartment during which she was
Los Angeles County Says 'No' to Indoor Mask Mandate Following Backlash
"And a victory, believe it or not in Los Angeles County. Los Angeles County leaders, the board of supervisors they call them out there. Had said they were going to mandate indoor masking requirements again. It was going to happen. I don't know if they were fighting COVID or fighting monkey pox or I mean, I just I don't know. I don't know what the crisis of the day is. But you know what happened in Los Angeles County? Leaders of cities in Los Angeles County said, no. We will not enforce a new mask wearing mandates. Now let that sink in for a second. Because if government leaders were you are where I am had said something like that, you might say, well, you know, that's just how it is here. I look at my governor, governor Glenn youngkin here in my beloved Commonwealth of Virginia. And I know Glenn youngkin is committed to empowering parents being responsible. So I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if governor youngkin said, hey, this is on you. If you want to do that, that's up to you. In fact, that's what he said since the very beginning. But Los Angeles County, does it get more far left wing than LA county and California? I don't think it does. So the far left wing leaders on that board of supervisors say, yep, we're bringing back masks. But leaders of cities and towns inside of Los Angeles County said we will not enforce a new masking mandate. That's a huge victory. I'm telling you right now, that's like, that's like an unexplained outbreak of common sense.
Los Angeles County avoids new mask rule as COVID stabilizes
"Los Angeles County is holding off on an indoor mask mandate for now two weeks ago health director Barbara farrar said Los Angeles County could require indoor masks again under CDC criteria as hospital coronavirus admissions trended upward But Thursday officials were able to Dodge imposing a broader mask mandate for now reporting that infections and rates of hospitalizations have stabilized for R says COVID-19 rates in LA have declined since July 23rd so while the county remains at the high level of community transmission it could drop to a medium level in coming weeks The county still requires masks in some indoor spaces like healthcare facilities and public transportation county supervisor Catherine barger says she's hopeful they can return the focus to promoting vaccines treatments and the benefits of masking while leaving the decision in the public's hands I'm Jennifer King
Barb McQuade Explains Why There Are More and More Jan. 6 Witnesses
"We were just talking off air as a prosecutor. One of the things because we keep saying, oh my God, could this hearing be pushed too? Because you think keep saying more evidence, more bombshell, more witnesses. We were saying, we're sort of like, stop committing crimes. So we can wrap this up, right? I mean, part of it is a prosecutor is good news for you, right? Yeah, you know, there's so many crimes you can't keep up. They keep committing new ones, right? No, I think though Stephanie is a really interesting observation that America kind of gets to see in the light of day. This happens to prosecutors all the time. You think you're close to the end. It's why supervisors are always saying ones that investigation going to get wrapped up and you're like, I think next week, but then next week you put in a witness and they tell you about 5 more and you think shoot, I can't ignore these other 5 witnesses. They might number one. Tell me something more incriminating. Additional crimes, additional evidence, or exonerating. And that's a part of that the Justice Department has to worry about too, which is, I don't want any surprise witnesses. I don't want any Perry Mason moments for somebody, the courtroom doors burst open and someone walks in and says, I'm the one who did it. You know, you've got to talk to everybody. And so it's what causes delays, even though when you think you're done, you're usually not done because there's always one more person to talk to. And so another important point, though, Stephanie is knowing when you are done. And so a good supervisor of prosecutors is like a good kindergarten teacher. You know what you're doing in your finger painting and they keep wanting to add more and more and more. At some point, the teacher has to say, you know what? It's done. I'm going to take this away from you and post it on the wall so you can see it because it looks great. Supervisors need to do it to prosecutors as well because there's always one more witness you want to talk to.
California beachfront taken from Black couple given to heirs
"I'm Ben Thomas with the story from Southern California's Manhattan beach We are celebrating the final step in the return of Bruce's beach to the legal heirs of two visionary entrepreneurs Willow and Charles Bruce Los Angeles County supervisor Holly Mitchell the black couple built a beach resort for African Americans on the oceanfront property only to be harassed and stripped of their land nearly a century ago Yesterday's event marked the final step in an effort to address the wrongs suffered by the bruises with the county presenting a certified copy of the land transfer to the family Great grandson Derek Bruce This means a great deal to us because our forebears struggled greatly to accumulate enough wealth to buy land here in this Manhattan beach Great great grandson Anthony Bruce I want to make sure that I don't lose focus as to what Charles and will a dream was I'm Ben Thomas
"supervisor" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Talk some more about your work in movies. You did the music for I Tonya. That 2017 film that Craig Gillespie made about Tonya Harding, the controversial figure skater. The haters always say, Tanya, tell the truth. There's no such thing as truth. Everyone has their own truth. Now, do you ever feel constricted by the time periods that you have to pick music from? Because although I Tonya takes place in the 80s and the 90s, the soundtracks almost entirely 70s hard rock. Why was that? Well, our tongue was a film that I came in fairly late on and it was a film that had that Craig had cut his film using a lot of sorts of music and the songs are tend to be really expensive, but also nobody wanted to be in that movie. I have to tell you. Nobody so when I walked in the door kind of more as we're hemorrhaging over here and we don't know how to save this film and I was super busy and going, oh my gosh. And I looked at the movie and I thought it was really good. The first thing I realized was that we have to change the narrative about what people think about Tonya Harding. And to do that and to try and flip that around. And so he had already known that he wanted to use a lot of 70s music, which was a little odd because it really doesn't have anything to do with that period that time that Tonya Harding didn't happen in the 70s. But that's informed her, right? Well, you could say that but it really goes down to the power music and film was that when I set to crack, why all the 70s music and there was a lot of homage has already to American hustle. I was like, wow, that was already featured in American household or this or that, which I love. And David O Russell does too, you know, he when you influence other directors, it's amazing. And he was like, well, if there's something really emotional and warm about those rock songs in the 70s. You're in my way.
"supervisor" Discussed on Sound Opinions
"Available in all states situations. Hello sound opinions listeners. We'd like to take a moment from this episode to address the June 24th Supreme Court decision to overturn roe V wade. This decision is a significant blow to a woman's right to control her own bodies safely and legally. Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health and independence of all Americans. The reasoning behind this decision could also lead to the loss of other rights. To learn more about what you can do to help, go to choice dot CRD dot CO. That's choice dot CRD dot CO. We encourage you to speak up, take care and spread the word. And we're back. This week we're revisiting our interview with music supervisor Susan Jacobs. In 2017, Jacob's won the first ever Emmy for music supervision for her work on the HBO miniseries big little lies. Directed by Jean Marc vallee, who passed away after this interview first aired. In that show in particular, Jacob's profiled a lot of new artists and in many ways, I think music supervisors are the new talent scouts because they're introducing millions of people to relatively unknown artists. An example would be Michael kiwanuka, one of our favorites, whose song cold
Uvalde Officer Sought Permission to Shoot During Massacre
"Let's move on to another topic. And this is just a quick insert because I mentioned this yesterday on my show about Yuval. And about a report from the investigation that revealed that there was an officer that saw the suspect and had to ask or decided that he would ask a supervisor to engage the suspect after reading the fool. I didn't read it. It was 27 pages I read 16 of the 27 pages I still got a few more pages to read. But after going through the investigatory report, it's not cut and dry. According to the report, he was over a 140 a 140 yards away from the shooter. When he asked for a supervisor to give him permission to shoot, the guy going into the school.
Report says Uvalde police had gunman in sights before he entered school — but didn't pull trigger
"I'm Mike Gracia reporting a new report details missed chances to stop the ivaldi shooting A report released Wednesday on the ivaldi Texas elementary school massacre reveals the shooter could have been stopped before he entered rob elementary school The report published by Texas state university's advanced law enforcement rapid response training program says a police officer armed with a rifle watched the gunman walk toward the school But when the officer asked a supervisor for permission to open fire the supervisor either did not hear or responded too late The review also says some of the 21 victims inside the school including 19 children possibly could
The Defunding, Defaming, and Defanging of the Police
"What have you seen has been the biggest problem with retention, the biggest problem in law enforcement in LA county? As far as, you know, the liberals are beating us up every single day. They want to dismantle the police departments around the country. But what are you seeing as the biggest problem and what's the solution to that problem? I think the biggest problem we're facing is, I guess it's a three pronged problem. The board of supervisors and politicians in general here in LA, it's about the funding law enforcement defaming the profession and defanging the operation. So we can't do our jobs. They're doing all three D's at the same time. And over time, that takes us toll on their ability to attract young kids to the profession. And our ability on the streets to actually have a positive impact, you know, catch the crooks, put them away and keep the community safe. It gets harder and harder when they're trying to the supervisors are trying to tell the public do not trust law enforcement. Well, that is not a good idea.
Libral City Council Votes for Woke Ordinance
"Most beautiful weather on earth, Cape Town is considered the sort of tied for the best weather in the world. I thought Cape Town weather was beautiful when I was there, but San Diego, I think winds. The ordinance passed by a three to two board vote, three to two. One person, as decided that men can go into women's shelters, women's prisons, and women's both homeless and domestic violence shelters. And there are three Democrats and two Republicans on the board of supervisors. And every single one of you knows how the vote went. And yet people in San Diego, this is what the typical liberal will say, oh, that's crazy. You just bringing these weirdo examples, that's what they do in order not to confront how they vote. I have
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"Italy and coming out of china area in. We'll okay this is a bad flu but it's treatable so we started doing the research on it and when we found out it was a krona virus we started doing research on the prior coronavirus and we found on the national institute of health website. Which dr fauci actually funded. This study. He did a study in two thousand six on sars. Kobe won and he stated that hydroxychloroquine. While clark they hydroxy have when at the time was ninety nine percent effective in curing. Sars covy one so logically. If you know something has worked where do you start you. Start with the thing that worked right so we started doing all the research and research showed give him hydroxy and then we ran across ivermectin. Give him ivermectin do nebulous hydrogen peroxide clean the lungs out. So we started doing that and the whole time. We're hearing from the public health. People and from our board of supervisors home wear masks. Wait for a vaccine. And while we're seeing bodies piling up now from mistreatment putting somebody on a respirator. When they don't have lung congestion what they have is inflamed are inflamed blood vessels in the lungs which is causing them not to be able to breathe. That's why the nebulizer. Hydrogen peroxide in iodine along with ivermectin or hydrochloric when clears that out in two or three days and we had people come in who are very ill. I mean like they were at the point of they were gonna go to the hospital and they would probably die as they would put on a mental later and then they would probably die so we were able to bring them back. I mean some of them came in and they were great. They had their oxygen sats. Were down into the eighties. They were not in good shape at all and took longer for those guys about a week week and a half and then they were fine so this whole time. I was trying to get our order. Supervisors and several other physicians. Were trying to get the supervisors to at least listen to the idea of early treatment modalities and they just refused to this day. They have not listened at all so we have that medical issue right. Were kind of going. Why so.
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"They're out there in orange county california and they're working very hard to hold elected officials out there accountable. I have been detailing. How the board of supervisors out there. In orange county california has been doing everything in its power to make voters feel like they are serving the board. Instead of the board serving the people the public will come down to meetings and voiced their displeasure with actions being taken by the board and the board will just completely stiff form them and not give them the time of day. They will be dismissive. They will be disrespectful. They will treat them with contempt and disdain and that is forest residents out there to consider recalling each and every one of them. It's a five person board. The board of supervisors is the governing body of orange county and so one of those individuals who has kind of taken up arms taken up activists arms that little arms against the board of supervisors. Is brian eisley. He joined us today for a lengthy conversation. I'm gonna play you an excerpt of it here and you can find.
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"That's not impacting the organization as well if that's possible but i think there's a lot that a supervisor can do here. To kind of mitigate any of these issues that come with not answering to the support that's needed but then organizations also have a an important takeaway to companies really need to give supervisor's the the control to help and support you know. Let them make the decisions. Let them have access to resources to provide to their employees. I think that that's important too. Because obviously if the organization isn't supporting the supervisor's ability to support the employees It's kind of a weird sentence but that will lead to your employees. Not you know. Identifying with organization having challenges seeing themselves as part of this bigger picture which is obviously problematic to yeah absolutely so organizations need to worry not just about whether people view the organization. Broadly as being supportive but also the supervisors have a big part to play in. How will your employees fare. So don't make your supervisors being a tough position where they are unable to help or or they're stretched so thin that they feel like they don't even have the time to offer to help like allowing your supervisors to be freed up enough that they can also support their team and making it clear that that's important and a priority can also be useful. That's a really good point. The time timepiece is critical. Because we i think all of us have had in our careers at some point a leader that has been so busy that they don't actually have time to give you the support that you need. That's really their job. Bright beg piece of being a leader is supporting the team Obviously there's other components. But you need to make sure have time for that. And i think when companies overload leaders plates with the other sides of leadership like the strategy etcetera and want dead have deadlines unnecessarily strict for those types of things. That's when the people management piece falls to the wayside. And that's where you get these problems. Yeah.
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"They attribute the reason why they didn't get help to right so they had three different types of attributions right so it could have been like. I didn't get the help and partially that's my fault I didn't get the help and my supervisors is at fault. Or i didn't get the help and my company is at fault which makes sense sometimes. Supervisor doesn't have the power to give you. the answer doesn't have the answer right so when they looked at that so just kind of as an additional tidbit.
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"Bad if the support so having the unanswered support is not a positive thing. I'm curious to see how it worked out in the second study with regard to the different comparisons between the different conditions. Yes that was really interesting to me. Because i was hoping to see big differences between the control groups. But i'll tell you what happened. So basically what happened is the unanswered support group So when the supervisor disappeared they had more emotional exhaustion and they had lower engagement compared to the The group that got a response they also felt like their performance was worse and they actually measured performance Because they were doing a task on a computer they were able to see like if the person did well and so on some of the metrics. They did worse. When they didn't get a response. Okay gotcha And it was the same story where lead to lower needs satisfactions so basically. I didn't get the support i needed. I don't feel like my needs are met and then that led to all those bad things when you compare to the answered support. However the catch the catch there were no significant differences between unanswered support and the control or the acknowledged condition and the same was the for the answer supports. Basically there was a difference between unanswered and answered but no differences between the other groups That's interesting so it does make a difference whether you answer it or you don't answer it but it's not like the extremes are different but somewhere in between could also be. Okay yeah it could be okay at. There's just really no. There's no difference between like if you acknowledge it say. Hey i can't get to this right now. But i got it. That didn't have difference than someone saying good job. Here's the answer your question you know so. Basically it's just don't ghost people or like disappear. Yeah that's what it seems to be. It seems to really be the biggest impact here seems to be that whole idea of just not answering the support. So this is where. I think there's a lot of room for more research. Because in the first study unanswered support could have meant a lot of different things so they did have some stats around like what does that mean. And for some people it was like they You know the supervisor couldn't get me the answer not even want to. Some was no response. There was all sorts of variety in why they didn't get the support they needed And so this study study to is trying to detangle that a bit and it seems like well the acknowledgement piece actually. Isn't that bad Compared to you know even unanswered stuff. So it's just it's a really of complicated. I think but i think that there is some some clear takeaways. I mean i think most people know that if your employees comes to you you should probably try to support them. And i think this is. The study has found that supported that to some extent in the. There's just more work that could be done. Yeah and it seems..
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"Is your supervisor supportive or do you not have the presence of supervisor support. It's like kind of also taking into account the extent to which you want supervisors support. So it's like maybe somebody you know just like anything else. There's variability and the extent to which you really want your supervisor. Have to be supportive. Although we know in general it has positive outcomes by. This is a situation where it's very clear that the person is wishing for support and it's being unfulfilled exactly and i kind of liked to think about other types of studies of thinking about support. Broadly right like if you get support just generally from your leader if you think about your leader and you think of them as being supportive at leads to things and this is almost more of like a specific situation right like in this instance getting the support. I need that. I requested And how does that impact me. So it's a little bit more specific little bit more. Granular of a look at what supervisor support can do then of that more holistic approach of just generally. Are you getting support. Yeah and i think that's an interesting approach. In general i see a lot of that in like employee engagement surveys for example where you might be asking people like oh you know how engaged are you with your co workers. Or how engaged are you with your pay. Or how engaged are you with the mission or whatever but they don't really ever ask like an. How much do you actually care about that. Or how much do you actually want to be engaged by that. So it's like. I could say i'm not very engaged with the mission but if i'm not a person that really cares about the mission of the place that i work then. That might not necessarily be a bad thing on face value. So i guess like this is kinda getting at like specifically important example. Which would be like okay if i say that you know. I'm not getting the pay. That i want but i really care about pair. I really want pay better pay. Then that's going to be even more important for me than somebody who says yum. Not getting the pay i want. It probably be better. If i got the pay that i wanted. But it's not like a top priority for me It's not a deal breaker. Yeah bagley for sure. So this study. What they did is actually looked at two different studies so they had well let me just first. Start with saying kind of what they thought was going to happen. basically what they were looking at is understanding whether or getting that support can satisfy. Somebody's basic needs talked about psychological needs. We've talked about self determination. Theory a lot So they self determination theory as kind of An explanation for how this would work so basically if you get the job resources like the support that you require. Then basic psychological needs are going to be met Just as a refresher the needs in this theory are autonomy Competence and relatedness so basically having a sense of control over your own behavior Feeling that you're capable and efficacious and then also feeling connected to others as the kind of needs you have and so in his theory and they're basically saying that if you don't get the support your needs aren't going to be met and that's gonna lead to all sorts of bad things so they're basically saying that supervisors like mostly when people are asking for their supervisors for support. It's falling into one of these categories. And so if you're not getting the if you're not getting the support you need then you're going to experience a lack of these basic needs. Exactly yes okay. Cool and then they linked to like few other things right like we're talking about wellness and performance etc so they had to different cities The first study that they did was actually looking at people that are currently in the workplace..
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"And i didn't even realize that seagulls in other parts of the world are not like ferocious attackers like they are new jersey. Because i didn't realize like people in other places are just like. Oh yeah you don't feed them that stupid so then they don't act the same way in other places as they do in new jersey but when you go to the beach new jersey. Those seagulls are out of hand. And that's why. I have an undying hatred for seagulls and at because i think they're like horrible. They'll take your pizza though like take your bagel like. I grew up my whole life. Whatever you had on the beach it was like hide it from the. Don't let them see you eat it like it was like a whole thing and then i went somewhere. I forget where. And i was like hiding my sandwich from siegel and so and the person i was like. What are you doing. And i was got hydrogen from the seagull and they were like why your sandwich and they were like segel's don't eat sandwiches and i was like. Oh yes they do. And then i realized. I took my sandwich out in the open. In the siegel didn't care because the siegel didn't know it could eat a sandwich but in jersey knows it can and it wants it. That's really funny. We we have kind of a mix of that. I will say like we have segel's will come over and like be like. Hey what's that if you leave it out but if you're actively eating it they're probably not gonna take it from you know. These singles are rude. That's mine by and they fly off. The someone brought my brother bought. There's this place on the boardwalk. It's like not really true but it's called the world's biggest slice of pizza like that's the name of the place. It really is a huge slice of pizza. Like it's basically like a quarter of a pizza is one slice. Oh and siegel's took the whole piece. Like the whole..
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"He just cried for the possum. For the possum. We were like in the basement. We have these like skylights that go up into the backyard. He was like crying if the skylight for the pasta. I'm like thought we were like the meanest people in the world that we took away from his new friend. I'm like it's not your friend. Will scratch is out. You don't even know that thing does not want to be your friend but anyway we do have to be on a little bit of alert in the yard. Now that it's getting nice out because there are some friends critters that want to visit donny. And they will not be kind to him if they get into the art and he won't be kind to them either. So that's really funny. I can just imagine him being so hurt. You took him away from him. He was laying at the door like like laying sprawled out facing the door just like crying. We're like we're sorry that your life carol but yes so in any event but during the day obviously thankfully possums raccoons all the big animals. Aren't there hopefully. I'll save rabies. But they so he can roam free during the day. And i don't like worry about him very much but in the night time. We have to be fairly vigilant. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. And i mean i know you're not in a place where there's a ton of coyotes but there's probably some. Yeah there are there probably are. There's a lot of fox's we see a lot of fox's when we're walking him and stuff like that but i don't know if they could get into the yard because it's like the fences are weird but like a possum and raccoon can walk on the back of the fence but like i feel like a coyote. It's like really skinny. How tall is the fence. Like six feet tall. Coyote can get in. Yeah my aunt so well. This is a horrible story for older listeners. Out there this is a little bit traumatic. Just going to give that alert My aunt has a maltese and he was out in the yard..
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