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"I'm Scott Simon there now more than twice as many suicides homicides in the United States. Police officers are particularly effective. Lists Wales husband David was an LAPD officer. She recalls how we'd look at video from his body camera. And I remember looking at this man thinking, I don't know how you can do this and savvy after so much time. He couldn't what loved ones of police who have taken their lives have learned and later, the weekend politics, immigration and investigation, the history of a storied Hollywood hideaway and Cold War Cuban-American radio soaps and the story of agent, double-o nine, I our newscast Saturday may eighteen two thousand nineteen. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, Iran's foreign minister, Javad, Zarif is dismissing the possibility of war despite escalating tensions with the US Washington is added sanctions on Iranian oil exports and increase the US military presence in the Persian Gulf, the BBC's Alan Johnston reports the Iranian Foreign Minister mister, zero said Tehran didn't want war with the US, and he suggested that the Americans were away that they couldn't take on Iran earlier, the retired US, general David portrays also played down the danger of conflict. He believes President Trump will heed warnings from his ministry, not to take action against Iran. Suggesting will they would be even harder than it was in Iraq for the general added it would be suicidal for Iran to attack the US and? His allies in the region. The BBC's Alan Johnston Austria's deputy chancellor and leader of a far right populist party is resigning. NPR Sylvia Pohjola reports, video has surfaced apparently showing him offering government contracts in exchange for campaign money, Heinz, Christians throb step down over what he called the catastrophic video. He said it was Dom. It was irresponsible. And it was a mistake, but insisted he did nothing illegal fighting back tears. He claimed it was targeted political assassination to German papers published extracts of a convert video in which Trump is purportedly offering government contracts to a Russian woman opposition parties are calling for snap elections, only a year and a half after Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz formed, go, Alicia with his conservative party and stock his hard right party. So if people Jolie, NPR news, former vice president and democratic presidential contender. Joe biden. Campaigns in Pennsylvania today, President Trump holds a rally in the state Monday Pennsylvania, isn't typically in early stop in primary campaigns. But NPR's Don gonyea reports Trump's narrow victory there in twenty sixteen has Democrats on notice. Here's the usual drill before a presidential election in Pennsylvania, by the time the state holds its primary, most other states have voted. But this time some Democrats are targeting Trump's base, Elizabeth Warren was in Philadelphia this past Monday, Beto Aurore caz, been through Joe Biden held his very first official campaign rally at a Pittsburgh Teamsters hall, and Bernie Sanders attended a town hall in Bethlehem and rallied supporters in Pittsburgh in April already pushing back against all of this is President Trump, his rally this coming Monday in the town of Montoursville will be his six in the state since his election. Don gonyea, NPR news. This is NPR from K Q, weedy news. I'm Tiffany, Cam, high Berkeley city. Officials issued a measles warning yesterday and is advising anyone who visited Berkeley bowl on may seventh to be on the lookout for symptoms. If they're not immunized on that day resident who contract the virus entered the store on Oregon street between three pm and five PM, the first stage of symptoms include runny, nose, red eyes, cough and fever. They usually show up seven to twenty one days after exposure measles is highly contagious, and cough or sneeze can linger in the air for up to an hour about ninety percent of people who are not immunized contract. The virus by inhalation San Francisco, judge is ordering state. Attorney general, Javier, Sarah, to start producing files on police shootings and misconduct cake. You Alex reports it's a major milestone under the state's new police transparency law. The attorney. General has taken a contradictory position on. Senate Bill fourteen twenty one which at the start of this year opened up long sealed records on police sexual assault dishonesty and serious. Use of force Sarah says office shouldn't have to provide records about local police or sheriffs. But acknowledges now that the court has directed him to release details on his agents KiKi Dee joined the San Rafael based first amendment coalition in a lawsuit against Sarah, executive director, David Snyder, the.
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"I'm penny Nelson. A freelance journalist whose home and office were raided by the San Francisco police is threatening legal action against the department. If his belongings are not returned. And we now know judges who signed the warrants were aware of his job. According to a San Francisco supervisor police were investigating what they call and illegally leaked. Police report connected to the death of San Francisco public defender, Jeff dotty as QA dis Sonia Hudson reports journalists and first amendment advocates are sounding the alarm bell. San Francisco police officers raided Brian Carmody apartment and office on Friday with search warrants signed by state judges it was unlawful, and frankly pretty outrageous. That's David Snyder, executive director of the first amendment coalition. He says the raid violates a state law that bars law enforcement from using search warrants to obtain confidential sources, even if the source gave the journalists information that was. Obtained illegally both police and the judge who signed the warrants were aware of Carmody occupation. That's according to San Francisco. Supervisor Sandra fewer who says she spoke to the police chief Monday afternoon. Fewer says she believes the warrants were justified because as stringer Carmody sells video footage and information. I don't know that threshold of journalist because he doesn't really like reports. This isn't the first time something like this has happened in San Francisco in two thousand six freelancer Josh Wolff credentials as a journalist were questioned when he refused a federal subpoena Carmody was served with state warrants which worries wolf we have a lot more protections into the state contest, which actually makes me even more concerned that it's a state warrant in a statement. The SFP says the police report was illegally released, and they are committed to maintaining the public's trust by investigating the leak Adachi successor public defender, Manohar Rogers, says he's pleased police are investigating that. The report's release was wrong for the California report. I'm Sonia Hudson. And in other Legal News third. California court has found a connection between the weed killer roundup and cancer in Alameda County jury has awarded more than two billion dollars to an elderly couple who blames agribusiness giant Monsanto for their disease KiKi Dee science reporter, Molly Peterson has the story over more than thirty years Albert a Pilat and her husband battled weeds with a weapon, they sprayed everywhere. Round up the world's best known urbicide as we felt that it was incredibly safe to use. Now, the periods are both battling limb foam and experts. They've consulted say Roundup's active ingredient glyphosate may be to blame we wished that Monsanto had warned us ahead of time. And that there was something on the front of their label, but said danger may cause cancer Monsanto's parent company. Baird denies that. The weed killer is dangerous but jurors concluded that roundup carries a knowable risk. Risks to human health. They awarded the Pilate's fifty five million dollars in actual damages and another two billion dollars in punitive damages. Bayer calls that verdict excessive and unjustifiable experts say it's likely to be reduced but plaintiff's lawyer Brent Wizner says over thirteen thousand more lawsuits are looming. The writing is on the wall three juries have spoken. This was a statement. And I hope Monsanto's listening as with previous cases, the company says it will appeal for the California report I'm Molly Peterson. She ifting years. There's a runoff election today for the Los Angeles unified district five school board, though ninety percent of district five students are Latino both candidates in the race are white women. Jackie Goldberg, and Heather repenting rose to the top of the pool that included seven Latino hopefuls the winner, whoever it is will tip the demographics of the board to majority white for out of seven members will be Caucasian, the California report lily Jamali spoke with Kyle Stokes who covers education. For KPCC about the race. Tell me about district five L U S U district. Five is really weirdly shaped district that sort of has another northern half and a southern half. It kind of wraps around downtown, Los Angeles and south and east of downtown Los Angeles, it's mostly Latino working class to low income areas where the schools are almost entirely made up of non white students nine and ten students in the south art Latino on the northern half of the district, though is a much more, you know, gentrified or gentrifying areas sort of Tony neighborhoods like Los villas in eagle rock and silver. Like, if you're familiar with LA, you know, that those areas are much whiter than the city as a whole and that northern half is where most of the turn out in these races tends to come from even though this oddly shaped district was drawn this way in order to give nominally Latino candidate a better chance of winning. In a majority Latino district. I think a lot of people listening in the state are aware that Los Angeles unified teachers went on strike earlier this year, and there are questions about the financial ability to deliver on the promises made their charter schools have been a big part of that conversation and a big part of the conflict. How do they figure into the way that this seat? This race has played out. I think it's important to recognize the charter schools are part of the racial dynamics here as well. I think there are members of the community, including some Latino members of the district ride community who have looked at the candidate field and say that they don't really care as much about the race of the person who's running rather in favor of they are much more concerned about whether that candidate supports our poses charter schools and right now in Los Angeles. There's definitely a popular swell of opinion in favor of the teachers' union. All right. Thank you so much. You're welcome. 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"Story that involves the death last February of San Francisco public defender Jeff Adachi on Friday morning, ten San Francisco police officers and at least two federal agents used as fledge hammer to raid the home of Brian comedy, the freelance journalists who publish details about a death comedy is vowing to protect his sources free speech advocates call the rate outrageous and possibly politically motivated and in this segment. We'll find out what happened or at least try to find out what happened in the constitutional questions issue. Joining us Katy Hudson. Good morning Sonia. Good morning, Mike and Ted Gobert. Ted morning. Hi. So so let's begin with you. Where are we with this put us up to date? So we know so far is that on Friday morning Carmody is apartment and office were raided by San Francisco police who they had a search warrant for both of them. They. Confiscated, you know, several computer several cell phones. Several flash drives a couple of cameras. Basically, what comedy has said everything he needs to run his business as a freelance journalist, they kinda came to his security gate with with literal sledgehammers, he posted some photos on his Twitter feed, and they tried to knock on his door Carmody came out. And he said, you know, hey, wait, like all open the door for you. If you have a search warrant, please don't damage my property. They came in search his apartment with their guns. Hell again, all this information is is comedies account that he that he told me over the weekend beginning an opposite counter narrative from the police they have not said a lot about this. They just kind of gave us a couple of statements over the weekend. That were statements of fact, you know, saying this is a part of our investigation into what they call the illegally released. Police report connected to death and there are committed to. Investigating this. And that's that's basically all they've said, I've sent them several follow up questions, but they're still referring to that. Pretty basic statement. There's a big historical context of the government and police were not exactly friendly or inclined toward Jeff Adachi. No, that's true. And actually the historical context Sonya, and I have been discussing this morning is this is not the first time. The San Francisco police department has been in terms advocates would describe overly aggressive against journalists in San Francisco, you may remember more than a decade ago. There was journalist by the name of Joshua wolf. He was also a freelance in this case video blogger he took a video of a protests that got out of hand in San Francisco's mission district he'd sold some of that video to local TV stations, the San Francisco police department also federal authorities wanted the the raw footage of that particular incident, and he did not give that to them. And he ended up going through a long legal saga that put him in federal prison for a. A very long time. I remember he was here on the foreign program. In fact. Yeah, indeed and the constitutional questions here. You know, it's interesting, I'm not an expert on California's shield law. But I know that this is the very issue that advocates like the society of professional journalists and the first amendment advocates that I know Sonya has spoken to they are wanting to look into whether or not the raid at Brian Carmody is home and office violated a state law, and they're doing it. I assume aren't they? Yeah. Carmody has I lawyer that's representing him. He's you know, I in talks with the police about this. And also all the advocates, and I lawyers that I've talked to have said this is a really clear violation of the California shield law, which is is different from federal law, essentially, what the California shield law does as it's been explained to me is it it it does not allow police or prosecutors to compel to compel journalists to give up their confidential sources, even if that source gave the journalists information that was obtained illegally which police say was the case here, we have David Snyder whose California first amendment coalition and David join us welcome to the program. Beer, tell us what's going on from your perspective in this. Well, california. Why is could not be more clear that we are not allowed to use search warrant to get the police here, we're trying to get and so unless there's some other shoe to drop some detailed. We don't know was pretty plainly lawful. Search the reason that California law prohibits search Royce here is because they are executed without any notice. So the subject of search warrant has the opportunity to contest it if the police wanted to get the information there after they could use the subpoena, which provides for notice provides her opportunity for that. You're listening to court explain why are titled jets records they want. They decided not to do that here in the process by California law. And what is comedy thing about this? Have you talked to him? I talked to him. He called me fry not long after he released by police back can't really speak for him. But he was aware as he should have been as what happened wrong faith, all digital bystander stand and a whole raft is other materials and again doing so they violated California law really chilling message journalist, I've just San Francisco California that all around the country. I mean, this kind of thing you expect it a terrier shape. Francisco. What about the location since he's a freelancer here? How do you see that? It doesn't matter the laws clear that tree Lancers are protected under California shield law. So it, you know, the fact that he doesn't pull a salary rap, and he's organization is relevant. He he's a journalist back journalists and the police were looking for information that hip pained as as working journalists Snyder California first amendment coalition, David thank you for joining us. I'm gonna invite listeners to join us. Also, get a response from our to reporters in studio to the statement that was put up by the F PD on this. But I let me give you the number. If you would like to join us, you can if you have questions or concerns that you'd like to express or anything about what we are now discussing you are welcome to be part of the program and the toll free number to be part of the program is.
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"Protesters swarmed outside the courthouse says manafort's attorneys Kevin downing tried to make the outcome of the sentencing hearing about something other than his client's actions. Judge jackson. Conceded that there was absolutely no evidence of any Russian collusion in this case. In fact, judge Amy Berman Jackson said quote this sentence will not be an endorsement or an indictment of the mission or tactics of the office of the special counsel Jackson sentence Manafort to roughly in total an additional three years for the two counts of conspiracy on top of the nearly four year prison term Manafort received in a separate case last week Windsor, Johnston NPR news, Washington, just minutes after Manafort was sentence. He was hit with a new indictment in New York on residential mortgage fraud and other state charges candidate is now joining several other countries in grounding, Boeing, seven thirty seven max eight and nine planes after the aircraft was involved in two deadly crashes one in Indonesia, five months ago and another Neath Opio last weekend countries in Europe and Asia, also grounding the planes while investigators try to determine if the grass. Could be linked to some sort of defect in the aircraft. US? Aviation regulators say they have no plans to park the Boeing max aids unless they get data that convinces them the planes are unsafe full house. Actress Laurie Laughlin is now in FBI custody. NPR's mandalit del Barco reports. Loughlin was among dozens of people implicated in college admissions fraud scandal Laughlin is set to appear in court in Los Angeles this afternoon she was in Vancouver yesterday when her husband was arrested along with the others. He's out in a million dollar bail. Laughlin was indicted for paying five hundred thousand dollars to get her two daughters into USC. The FBI says the girls were falsely labelled as rowers being recruited onto the crew team. A group of prominent scientists and bioethicists is calling for a global moratorium on the creation of anymore. Gene, edited babies, here's NPR's, rob Stein. Eighteen scientists and bioethicists from sovereign countries. Say a worldwide moratorium on making gene, edited babies is urgent. Needed to prevent any more. Scientists from going rogue like a scientists in China did last year in the journal nature. The group says every nation that doesn't already prohibit gene editing babies should impose a moratorium for perhaps five years. That's NPR's rob Stein reporting at last check on Wall Street, the Dow was up two hundred three points at twenty five thousand seven hundred fifty eight this is NPR from K Q E D news, I'm Brian watt. San Francisco has a new fire chief mayor London breed announced this morning that deputy chief Jimmy Nicholson will run the fire department one of the largest public safety agencies in the bay area Nicholson takes over from JoAnne. Hayes white the first woman to be the city's fire chief she is a twenty five year veteran of the department who currently serves as deputy chief of administration Nicholson becomes the first openly gay chief of the agency yet another California appeals court has ruled that a landmark transparency law. Applies to officer misconduct and shooting records that predate this year K Q E D sukey Lewis reports. It's the latest blow to police union. Your arguments trying to keep the records sealed the appellate court declined to hear the case writing and its summary order that the unions contention that Senate Bill fourteen twenty one doesn't open up past records is without merit. David Snyder of the San Rafael based first amendment coalition says this is just the latest in a string of judicial rulings rejecting those arguments is getting very narrow the engines to find the court will agree with this ruling also means that as of next week police and sheriff's departments in contra Costa county will no longer be prevented from releasing documents on deadly use of force dishonesty and sexual assault by officers cake joined the case seeking access to those records..
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"One. I'm Eric Roy with KCRW headlines. The son of the CEO of a medical laboratory was charged with killing his parents and a housekeeper in their home in a gated community in Newport Beach, the Orange County district attorney's offices Twenty-seven-year-old Camden Nicholson was charged with three counts of murder and other crimes Nicholson was due to be arraigned sometime today in the jail courtroom in Santa Ana the victims have been identified by OC. Sheriff's investigators have sixty four year old Richard Nicholson, sixty one year old Kim Nicholson and fifty seven old Maria moors of Anaheim, Mr Nicholson was the CEO of the Irvine based west Pacific, medical laboratory, California, attorney general have you are suing the Trump administration over today's declaration of a state of emergency on the US Mexico. Border of free speech group is suing the attorney general for refusing to release. Police records has called for under a new police transparency law the northern California based first amendment coalition is trying to force him to release records pertaining to dishonesty misconduct shootings involving sworn agents. The State Department of Justice coalition executive director, David Snyder says the attorney general doesn't have a choice under the law called Senate Bill fourteen twenty one by Senator says the law does not cover police records from before this year. Snyder disagrees argument that there is set forth in the law is I think it'd be Canada stretch and having the unfortunate effect of delaying access. It should be prompted should have already happened the union that represents rank and file Los Angeles. Police officers has won a court order temporarily blocking the release of LAPD records dating back before January first San Bernardino county sheriff's deputies got a similar court order and an off-duty Los Angeles. Police officer was severely beaten during an attempted robbery on skid row that entity gunfire around three thirty AM yesterday. An LAPD statement says it occurred around six hundred in San Juan street near the entrance to the midnight mission the off duty detective and the suspect were taken to the hospital both in critical condition. The LAPD has not identified the detective nor have investigators explained what that up to the violence. Since it's one thirty three more press plays on the way KCRW..
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"Do the same at issue with a new law SP, fourteen twenty one that opens up certain police records to public records act requests police unions challenged philosophy saying it should not be applied retroactively to records of past police misconduct are USA force. But should only affect new records superior court. Judge. Charles tweet disagreed denying a request for a court order to block the release of records under the new law. Instead, he put a ten day hold on release records in order to give time for police unions to appeal his ruling Kathleen as a lawyer with the American Civil Liberties union of northern California and intervene in the lawsuit was a historic change in an police transparency and an opening up these records for the first time families are going to have answers about the quality of the investigation that police are doing into the police officers who kill members of of our community, and they're going to have. And chance to find out about sustained findings of misconduct. So it's a really important law, and we're happy we're having today for the ruling, which we believe was the right view. Right right, rolling in view of the law. Judge tweets ruling marks the first time a judge has ruled on the new law, but there are more than a dozen other lawsuits on the issue in other courts, mainly in southern California judge tree thrilling is likely to be appealed perhaps ultimately to the California Supreme Court. So in a broader sense, it's not over yet. David Snyder is director of the first amendment coalition and intervene in the case. The judge reach the right legal answer, which is that SP.
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"The life of service to others always supported the Salvation Army. David Snyder gave fifty two dollars. Thank you, all of you who are helping realize you're doing the most good now this day three of the shimmer shutdown. That's right. The shimmer shutdown and I was on meet the press yesterday. Maybe maybe you're in church. Maybe didn't catch it up play the panel. And this is the bottom line. This is the fact it is true. The president said he was going to take on the mantle of the shutdown. And that's because he wasn't going to give in. He didn't give in and it shut down. But Kino's keeping it shutdown. Chuck Schumer, and why Chuck Schumer keeping it cut down because he will not spend five billion dollars out of a total of four trillion dollars. It is less than point. Oh, one percent of federal spending Chuck Schumer will not allow five billion dollars to be spent on border fencing that is why the government is closed Chuck Schumer refuses to spend five billion dollars out of four trillion dollars in outlays. Okay. Let's walk this slowly through for the Steelers fan and the Bengals fans you have been concussed four trillion dollars. We spend actually I play like four point two trillion dollars a year as a federal government ten percent of that is four hundred billion dollars. One percent is forty billion dollars. So one tenth of one percent is four point two point four point two billion. So. Chuck Schumer doesn't want span point one two percent of the federal outlays on border security, the talking point and the Democrats had out there yesterday was oh it's a fourth century solution. Now, it's not fencing works. Take a look at Israel. Take a look at Saudi Arabia, which is fence Yemen. Take a look at Hungary, which fence the refugee fencing work take a look at every building you go into NBC yesterday. There's a big fence on NBC as there should be. There's a big fence around homeland security a fence around every embassy. There's offensive course around the White House around the department of the treasury. Of course, you, but fence and security everywhere, you are serious about Pentagon security, so you need fencing, and I always said double layered long tall strong fencing. I think they objected to determine wall don't call it a walk all fencing. Let's get it done. It is the Schumer shut down. There is no question that a matter of fact, you can debate whether he's right to do it. But Chuck Schumer is keeping the government shutdown. It shimmer shut down two point out the shimmer Christmas shutdown and four hundred and eighty thousand Americans are who worked for the federal government are worried that they won't get paid next week the next pay period because of the Schumer shut that I think it is going to go into January. In fact, Mick Mulvaney was on yesterday talking with the Fox News is Chris Wallace about this cut number six. This is what Washington looks like I saw the intro. Instead it was chaos in Washington. This is what Washington looks like when you have a president to refuses to sort of go along to get along. You're seeing a fight over border security. Just like we had a fight over taxes. A fight over deregulation a fight over trade a fight over Syria. We'll talk about that in a little bit. So this is what it looks like I met yesterday with the vice president and Mr. Schumer throughout the day as your story indicated there was some Republican members to talk about where we were in the discussions. We had given an offer a counter offer to Mr. Schumer late yesterday afternoon. And immediately thereafter, the Senate went into recess until at least Thursday that doesn't mean it weeks before Thursday till we get here something back. But I don't think things are going to move very quickly here for the next couple of days. So are we talking to week? Are we talking until the new congress comes in on January third a couple of different things? It's Sunday right now and government shutdown mostly on Sunday anyway, govern shutdown tomorrow. Anyway, because it's a federal holiday then Tuesday's Christmas again, another federal holiday so Wednesdays really the first day that this kicks in the paychecks importantly, we'll go out on the twenty eighth. I want everybody understand. No one is working without getting paid paychecks. Go out of the twenty eight th the next pay period that has impacted his January eleventh. I think that is it's very possible that this shutdown will go beyond the twenty eighth and into the new congress there, you have it, and it's Chuck Schumer choice. It's all on Chuck Schumer, and that that is his choice. He didn't want to spend five billion dollars on border security. The Democrats don't care about border security yesterday. Dick durbin. It on meet the press with trying to talk about how concerned are you about coming in through the ports of entry? He's right. We need to inspect more vehicles professional. It has also driven across an open border. It also comes in via the mail border security too complicated. Multi-layered question, but double layered long, strong, call fencing that is patrolled by the border patrol and adequate numbers in a road, separating those layers. That's the best solution..
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"That's triple eight eight to five five two two five starting off. This hour is going to be Kristen in Greensboro, North Carolina. Kristen welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hi, David Snyder to speak to you you too merry Christmas to you. Thank you. How can I help? I'm calling today because my husband, and I are recent graduates of FPU, and we are now in that curious. Curious position of trying to pay off his student loans. He just earned his doctorate and. The result of that is about fifty K and student loan debt. So what's his doctorate in? Occasions studies. What communication communication studies? Okay. And what's he gonna teach? He. Yeah. He already is teaching actually, okay. You make making. About forty two. I'm sorry. Professors. Don't make forty two with PHD's. It's a it's a contract mission. So it's just starting out. One hundred and forty two is what I want to be making so Wednesday getting that job. He's already started no one hundred and forty two thousand dollar job. Oh, you don't go spend a hundred and eighty grand to work for forty two right? Yeah. So on and with my salary added onto that we're at about seventy two, okay? I really gotta stay on this career thing because I'm really disturbed you you are telling me that he is going to be making north of one hundred as a professor, I hope someday. Yeah. No, darling. That's that's starting out. Yeah. I mean, really I mean a communica PHD in communications teaching communications in an institution of higher learning would pay north of one hundred thousand dollars. That's great. Why why in the world would you do anything else after going to all this trouble and spending all this money? Why what's your? I don't understand. He tried. I mean, we we've tried to find positions that were better pain than this. And and this was really the only thing we're in a lineup. I guess. He was on the market for quite a while. And there's just a lot of people applying for the same positions in his field. Okay. Well, we've got to work on this. Because you guys are spent so much money on this that you you don't have a choice. He's got to go make more money than this. Yeah. So you know, his job hunt is ongoing until he lands something north of one hundred. I mean, it's not this isn't you know, you have to believe that. I mean, and you have to go get that and do that. That's just not, you know, it's absolutely crazy to say it's been one hundred ninety grand make forty two. Yeah. Yeah. We're just not just with. I mean, obviously interests will continue to build. So there's that concern as well. Yeah. But the the concern is is that making seventy grand you guys have two hundred thousand dollars in debt, and you shouldn't be making seventy grand. You ought to be making one hundred seventy grand. Yeah. That's a concern. And. I mean because right now you are facing a huge mountain with a tiny shovel. Yes. Yes. You know, what we need is what we need is a big shovel to attack a big mountain. And that's why I went there is just for you. I'm not trying to shame you or something. But I mean, you guys have really got to get your you need to get some professional career counseling and coaching and find out how in the world you land professorships, and what the process is. Because just throwing your name an applications and saying, oh, there's a lot of people in the field. So I can't win. I that's not. Okay. You guys gotta go make some money, and he has the ability. He's got a free comp-. And that solves everything you've got then. In the meantime, you're going to tread water because you're not gonna make big progress with ratios you're giving me a shovel to whole a two hundred thousand dollar hole with the seventy thousand dollars travel. And the good news is that he should be making a whole lot more. And so that is the answer to you guys dilemma is let's get him employed as he should be. And it's been all of our time on that. So you can do this. You can do it. I wish I could help you. You know, maybe having called Ken Coleman show Ken may have some insight on on how to land a PHD. Into a professorship. I don't I've never done that. But, but I'm I work with enough PHD's in professorships that I know that you know, that is a typical income. All right MAURICE is with us in Detroit Michigan. Hi maurice. Welcome to the Dave Ramsey show. Hey, how you doing better than I deserve. What's up in your world? I'll go across there for you about debt settlement, my wife, and I we call what are the companies to see if we can get pretty much it just actually rolled into collection. She got sick over the summer before we got married, and I guess, you know, with with hospital they somehow they ended up transferring over to the collections agency without proper authorization. Authorization. Do the procedure on her and they never got it. So they said that they were going to put it in review. And I guess somehow they never got back with my wife about the review the procedure. Yeah. They did the procedure you so what is out what is up for review? Supposed to be I guess, according to what my wife was saying she was saying that they were supposed to get authorization to do the procedure through the insurance company. Right. So somehow she found out that they didn't do the they didn't get the information through to the insurance companies. So basically, they said they were going to review they say, she was right? You know, we didn't get to authorize, and they agreed with her that they were supposed to do that. And they said it was going to review it and the next thing, you know, he got sent over to collection. It's eleven hundred dollars. Okay. And what should it have been with the insurance? If the insurance had paid what they're supposed to pay. I'm not sure exactly what it should have been. I would have to ask my wife that to get more information on it. But collections is offering you want. Well, they they wanna they want have to pay the full amount of what it is. Here's the deal. You're bozo. Hospital didn't turn this in for insurance properly, and they did the procedure. Anyway, it's on them. It's their fault. We will give you two hundred dollars to settle this debt. Okay. Okay. Yeah. Because I had talked to them yesterday. And I end up talking to the manager at the EPA collection company. He said, you know, and and I did everything that you know, that you teach, you know, basically, you know, get it in writing he fell. No, we don't do anything writing more than you. Don't get any money. Right. Right. And then he turned around and said, and then I said, you know, what I wanted to be, you know, either money order or check. He's fell. No, we only do electronic kidding me. Right now. That's why we tell you this every day because you can't trust. So no, I mean, you can do a money order or you can do it, you know, prepaid debit card or you can do whatever. But no electronic.
"david snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A California law scheduled to take affect January. First is expected to give the public for the first time in decades access to police records on misconduct in the use of force, but a new legal challenge could dramatically weaken it by making it apply only to actions that take place after the new year not before more on that challenge in a moment. Now, David Snyder, executive director of the San Rafael based first amendment coalition lobbied in favor of the law SP, fourteen twenty one he says, it would be a historic reform and would shed light on allegations of police misconduct of the most serious kind discharge a firearm, resulting death or great bodily injury acts of dishonesty perjury or falsifying documents sexual assault. All of these records rescue fourteen twenty one will now be available public. Yeah. Before this Bill was passed. Those kinds of records were in a black box is actually the public was actively shut out from access that was a problem a real problem because it presents the public from actions by police officers that resulted real harm to the public. Police officers have enormous discretion in power, including the ability to take away people's personal liberty and even their life. And so the ability to overseas, those types of officials is is really paramount to the public's interest. But you may attorney Michael rains who's filed the challenge, but the California Supreme Court told Ted Goldberg his reading of the law is that it only applies to police records after it goes into effect if a public record act demand for peace officer personnel records is given to an. Agency on January first of twenty nineteen demanding records that pertain to events that occurred prior to that date. That's what we're challenging. And we believe the law is clear that it does not allow agencies to disclose personnel records that pertained to events predating January one twenty nineteen we were under the impression. I imagine other news organisations were were as well that this was not about new actions in new documents. It would be created post January first two thousand nineteen but that it would reveal that would help reveal information about the past actions that police officers previous to this coming January what in your mind, you know, why was there different sort of public perception about the law? I understand that there. There will be some people that say, gee, we would sure like to have access to these records predate January one. But but understand I mean, he saw. Shire's in California. Do have this special and have special statutory and constitutional protection to their peace officer personnel files for years and years that has been done by the legislature. Not by the peace officers themselves peace officers are also singled out as a classified employees where the legislature has said, let's invite people to make complaints against them. And let's let them know that those complaints will be investigated and how they'll be investigated literally police officers, and the only class of employees that have that mandate that was Michael Raines and attorney representing police unions and before that David Snyder with the first amendment coalition. The state supreme court has been asked for a ruling before the law goes into effect on January first I'm Jeremy Siegel. This is Katie reading news. Support comes from total wine and more with more than eight thousand wines from around the world for toasting the new year. Support for K Q E D comes from Sony Pictures classics presenting capper nam, a new film by nodding Baki about a twelve year old Lebanese boys..
"david snyder" Discussed on College Football Live
"College football is presented by shape recruiter. Smartest way to hire. And in part by Joe's Tito's for every kind of fan. We're back on college football live and after twenty seven seasons in two different stints at Kansas. State Bill Snyder is stepping down as head coach he recorded nine seasons with at least ten wins including four straight from ninety seven to two thousand all other Kansas state coaches combined for just one such St. season. So as we welcome you back, Greg McElroy, David Pollock the results speak for themselves here guys when you think about David Snyder, we'll start with you. What comes to mind, excuse me? Bill Snyder whose David snow. Confused a lot. We look very similar. Twins. Look at the just look at the graphic, please in all seriousness. And listen, that's one of the greatest coaches of all time. And I know everybody wants to go championships. And you want to talk about that stuff. You don't win championships at Kansas state. What he did at Kansas state at how he improve Kansas state. Not once he retires the place goes back to be in the mess comes back and fixes it. Again, he was one play in ninety eight away from playing for a national title at Kansas state at opportunities Greg to go elsewhere. And if he didn't went to LSU like Nick Sabin from Michigan state. He would have won national championships. He was the pit ame- of discipline. These teams were always wanna at least penalize teams in the country. Always played great special teams, always made you earn everything you get. I mean, he was he's literally I know he's not going to go down in history as one of the best ever. But I honestly think he's one of the best coaches ever coach. He's a great coach very few have done as much as he's done with less than what I appreciate most about Bill. Snyder is his willingness to do things differently like taking a job at Kansas state. Where it's very remote location. There's very little in-state talent. He had to figure out a way you said. All right. I'm gonna go try to get transfer player on the go hit Jacoby. I'm gonna I'm gonna bring them from within develop them. I'm to maybe identify a guy that's being recruited as a corner by the big schools. I'm gonna put them at quarterback like he has done a really good job of doing things differently. That coupled with the values that he instilled in every single one of his players just remarkable. So he leaves a legacy that is rivaling some of the best of this generation, and for many generations before it, so many great things have you said about Bill Snyder one of my favorite things about him. Is that when you're on the field with him as a sideline reporter for his game? He will never stop for the interview. So you must keep up with him. And there have been times when I'm done with. I had been in a full sprint trying to keep up with him. He is always full of so much energy in life..
"david snyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And again, it's it's part of that, and it may not necessarily stem from from Chad Kelly. But you think about the issue that kind of cropped up here. So whatever whatever kind of comes out of that. It'll be interesting to see I did want to ask you, and again, this has evolved within the NFL and on the sidelines. There's actually specific doctors. Now that are watching four concussions, and I'm curious we're eight weeks into this season here. But here over the last couple of seasons. How do you think? That's all do you think that that's actually worked in the NFL? It is working. Yeah. It's certainly better than it ever was because the first year they tried it out. They had an independent neural consultant neurosurgeon or neurologist comes is independent doesn't work for the Broncos works for three is there to be the independent assessor of someone's head injury. If someone is identified is that. Then they gotta be taken off the field for an off the field evaluation. Now, they realize what that leaves or what the team dogs are busy. So now they have that. I the Scots additional neuro specialist who's up way up in the press box is they're looking as a secondary. But the advantages at the pro level when those neural specialists, those physicians go off to deal than are testing objective criteria. More scientifically valid ways of identifying to someone truly have are we looking at someone who's got some kind of head injury right now. So they've got their objective testing that they go through both the one minute Mark five minute Mark where you're putting into the battery of battlements vision. I recall memory. Then they put him to test, and if you're clear declared, or if you're not that guy has absolute control, then of course, as always the NFL has an interest because they wanted seeking player welfare. But it's also because they're trying to keep their bus out of the fire because they know they don't really up separate. Now. They're going to get sued later on for a lotta guys with chronic encephalopathy, this traumatic brain injury. Yeah. Boy, absolutely, doc, always great information, man. I love to you. I look forward to talking to you next week. Hopefully, not as many injuries, we've been wing talk about some other things. Broncos. There you go. Thanks, doc. That's David Snyder. He is with Ortho Colorado, Colorado only orthopedic hospital, a part of Centura health conversations. And I just thought and it's interesting. Nico. I believe is how we pronounce the same. He has been added to the practice squad. He's a center for the Broncos and that kind of commitment, obviously, all the other news is going, you know that but he did not participate. He actually has a concussion and they picked him up. And he had it. They knew that he had a concussion so they brought a guy in who actually is dealing with a concussion and now, of course, once he's cleared. He'll be able to hop on. I just thought that was interesting the Broncos new at and it was actually mentioned by coach Vance Joseph a here today. Hey, we do want to remind you a lot of different ways. You can listen to us.
"david snyder" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Playoff chases, Heaton, outbid net. I'll watch a little game here. Stadium and Red Sox and the Yankees and other on TV all the time every time they play that. David price getting a bum rush. Slow bit six to one each Handke's with the league Yankees trying to hang onto that home field advantage for the wild card. That's the last thing to be decided essentially in well in in the American League, it looks like the asks who's going to win the West Indians going to win the central Red Sox gonna win the east and Anke two and a half game lead over the athletes right now that homefield spot in the wildcard. All right. This is Rockies countdown ahead of game three Rockies dodgers Rockies trying to salvage get one win here. Tonight. Get yourself back into this thing here as they find themselves a a game and a half back in the National League West. It's not that far back, but you put yourself two and a half back tend to go makes it a little bit harder. You don't wanna be chasing wild card. You wanna win certainly the division. Rockies countdown continues. Let's talk with our friend, Dr David Schneider as he jumped on board here with Ortho. Colorado Colorado's only. Orthopaedic hospital a part of censure health, Dr Schneider. Welcome. It's good to talk to you this season. Good evening to you, my friend. How are you doing? I'm doing well a little nervous about tonight's game. But to be expected, I guess huh. Aches ten games left. Yeah. All the marbles because it looked like whoever wins the division obviously going to go play the second place team. And if we don't win the division, then looks like going home, maybe with the way the wildcards playing out. Yeah. Yeah. It's going to be well travel in Milwaukee the way would set up now and that wildcard if if we end up finishing second it'd be the Braves and again, they're playing well, but you gotta get the division. Milwaukee. Either in a one game take all that. That would be way. They're relief sets up that that'd be pretty intimidating as well. Yeah. And for second year, the except go on the road for that wild card, which did not pan out. Well last year in Phoenix either. So yeah. Well, the timing is pretty good to have you on here. And fortunately, we're talking about a throwing elbow for Trevor story, but we got better news yesterday. The MRI showed no joint damage. Nothing structurally as they said. Although bud black was very careful to say, you know, you can take 'em RA beanie athletes arm. That's throwing. But again, it's good news. When somebody feels something like that as Trevor describe in his throwing arm. What does that mean? Well, let's talk about the enemy a little bit. You know, if you look at your arm, the elbow, the medial side of that is to say the inside part of the although you have that little knob bone that comes up that's the end of your upper arm, bone, humorous and attached to that the very powerful missed flex hers and even some of the finger flex and so the group of. Mainly control your form and your wrist. The group of muscles. Flexes every time someone was whether there are pitcher zeal they're outfielder right behind that. But bone is the owner. You're funny. Boehner we've all hit that felt that lightning bolt down the arm underneath both that that flex her. Pro Nader group of muscles, and the older nerve is that incredibly strong short kind of small that's keeps your show together. So you know, I was lucky to train her cruel job in Los Angeles with the guy. The Tommy John operation to salvage throwers orbs that that ligament itself when someone would injure it back in the day produce the nineteen seventies your career was done. So now team dogs are very very heightened level of curiosity and concern over that will ligament getting injured and he's the replay that we've all probably watch. Been a crash landing on his arm. He's done that a million times popped up. To me, everything was normal. There wasn't actually. And start shaking his hand and kind of wiggling it to me I thought, oh, maybe you tweet that he net older nerve a little bit. And that's what he's feeling. But when he motioned the trainer to come over. And then walked off. That's when that's when I got concerned that maybe ligament was tweaked a little bit. But based on what you're saying. Based on what the training staff was saying right after the game that was kind of encouraging because you can actually do an exam nicely to ligament and try and see if someone's doing okay or not. And of course, you just you're always going get a number. I'd. Playing career. I've sat in the MRI scanner in the middle of the night was one of your elite players, and I'm see Trevor has become truly elite players in the big leagues. And you're getting them Ryan just just really hoping that the ligament itself looks good. So that that was great news for Rockies fence. So the prognosis on this and he said through Twitter. Some folks had a chance to talk with him. He feels even better today. Now, obviously, he's not gonna play today. Rockies have a day off tomorrow. Is it possible? He could be ready for the Zona series. I think so. Yeah. It if nothing else maybe a bad off the bench because there's the right handed batter. Are you using most of the group when you swing, but you're not really straining the ligament at all. So a lot of kinds of overturning a player back from the Tommy John reconstruction before we're letting them full on playing field and throw hard particularly pitch which still takes nine to twelve months. Won't let them at first hit off the tee. And all that all that teachers it off the tee early as five six months out reconstruction. Trevor will Whoopie swinging the bat that's great stuff. Doc. Our time is short, but we look forward to throughout the the rest of the baseball season and certainly through the football season having the chance to talk to you on a weekly basis. I always great information. I appreciate it. Talk to you. All right. That's actor David Snyder. He's with Ortho Colorado, Colorado only orthopedic hospital, a part of Cintura hell, so good news. Macy tripper story swinging the bat by this weekend. Again, it's a best guess, but it's an orthopedist said we're talking to somebody who knows if you'd things about what's going on break here. We're back, and we'll talk about juggling that rotation. And where the rocky set now as we continue with Rockies countdown on KOA NewsRadio. Baseball.
"david snyder" Discussed on How I Built This
"With no help clear all the stuff that they wanted removed i woulda just go into their attic basement wherever the junk was in the garage and haul it away but i realize there's a lot of things like refrigerators and deep freezers that were too heavy for just myself scale i needed employees and i recruited my best friend david snyder meant he became to connected to the junk coming we're still best friends today but it was pretty funny because he would just look through the junk ankle look at this check this out of the history behind this he would keep things and i'm like this is not gonna work out we need to work here so how did you figure out what you do with chunk like because you have to pay fema seeming to like a a dump silec a landfill site where did you would you find that those places i called up the city the municipalities and they said where do i take a load of junk of i've got some and they gave me the addresses of all the different places and i tried them all out some were closer than others some were cheaper but farther away experimented a bit but was pretty easy stuff i mean it really was the business of pickup someone's junk see the smile on their face take their stuff off to the dump or to be recycled and repeat so simple how how take before you actually you know you paid off the track the cost of the trough so within two weeks i admit enough money that had paid for the business adjusted my prices quickly i worked hard and i made seventeen hundred dollars can net profit that summer this is 1989 roughly 1989 all i remember was that seventeen hundred dollars was enough to pay for my school and some leftover hot and i would do this every summer until i finally had the bold decision to drop out i was learning much more running the business on the streets versus studying in school and i remember sitting down with my father who's liver transplant surgeon.
"david snyder" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"We're grateful to receive from the fast a including best video show and the best social media which adds all out you so we'll let you know what happens once again get back i have i've i've hit the ground i lobbied i pushed hard for handsomeness sports analysts for that category to be involved in fsc a what but i was shut down due to i really appreciate fear of me just sweeping the awards for years yeah you know the dow i i thought you were getting my back on that do you think i'm just throws at do you think that if that category were to exists it would just be the three of us battling it out i don't know i'm wearing a john denver cap right how i'm not looking too good man of the pie didn't take a shower today hi i'm just here it's not a high war let's be honest listen truth eva's harmon woods oh when the downward v v handsome he's the dapper wrist analysts prayer quite possibly what our here's could question what player situation are you most interested in monitoring this offseason for fantasy football purposes this comes in off of twitter who from david snyder who are you most interested in following this offseason when it comes to it can be whatever free agency draft though many this is i will say this based on seeing what is in the show duck this is the year of the quarterback because we've never had the opportunity to watch free agent quarterbacks data they just don't ever matter because they don't exist and this year it was ironic i put kirk cousins down and then anti joker cousins and now we've seemingly both change our answer even though he's probably gonna be that first domino the drop that the biggest name i am actually more fascinated with the try factor of three free agent quarterbacks from the minnesota vikings i want to see how that plays out.
"david snyder" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The world that the words of any other person do not does that mean that you focus on every single outrageous tweet i think not but when he makes a statement that suggests a direct course of action against the press then gets proper to be truly alarmed because you see these two wire ends connect you see the rhetoric connecting with potential action you've been in articulate advocate for both sides of the panic question why because i go through that same conversation every day in my own head because i think both the side are right in a way that both of those sides are wrong to i mean trump divides not just parts of the electorate but divides people between themselves you know sometimes you wanna approach tweets that trump puts out that are outrageous on their face as just trump being trump and nothing's going to come of it you can find plenty of examples where that approach is justified but then again on the other side of the divide you say this can't be allowed to pass this is something that just is beyond the pale and needs to be called out as such david thank you very much thank you david snyder is executive director of the first amendment coalition the president also took aim anthem fire from the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee erstwhile pounds now sparring partner republican bob corker president trump went on another tweet storm or the sworn in over outgoing republican senator bob corker and senator corker responded by calling the white house quote and adult daycare center markers trump as toddler metaphor our had long been a media trump far it has been a are off start to the school year for donald trump his report card is definitely going to say has problems working and playing well with others and there's not much we can do what can we do because the oval office doesn't have any corners you can't put him in a time out good for a chuckle until you consider the gelled fan nath given that the president has the nuclear codes in cazin shrink from baiting north korea into a potential war here's vanity fair special correspondent gabriel sherman speaking with chris hayes this week as a conversation i had with a very prominent republican today who live early was saying that they imagine general kelly secretary mattis had had conversations at if trump lunged for.
"david snyder" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"You david snyder is executive director of the first amendment coalition the president also took aim and some fire from the chairman of the senate foreign relations committee erstwhile pile now sparring partner republican bob corker president trump went on another tweet storm or this warning over outgoing republican senator bob corker and senator corker responded by calling the white house quote and adult daycare center markers trump as toddler metaphor had long been a media trump it has been a are off dr to this school year for donald trump his report card is definitely going to say has problems working and playing well with others and there's not much we can do what can we do because the oval office doesn't have any corners you can't put him in a time out good for a chacko until you considered the gelled thana given that the president has the nuclear codes and death and shrink from baiting north korea into a potential war here's vanity fair special correspondent gabriel sherman speaking with chris hayes this week is a conversation i had with a very prominent republican today who literally early was saying that they imagine general kelly as secretary mattis had had conversations out if trump lunged for the nuclear football what would they do when they tackle him i mean literally physically restrained him from putting the country at perilous risk in this narrative chief of staff john kelly secretary of defense james mattis national security adviser h r mcmaster and secretary of state rex tillerson are the guardians of probity the socalled adults in the room they have been seen as the real adults but i think having kelly as the chief of staff i and i think it'll help reinforce the sort of adults in the room including mcmaster mcmaster madison and tell us that in that those are the growing announced of adults the adults and he's not listening to them they're riding in the new york review of bucks author james man cautions against the media's use of the phrase adults in the room because it distracts us from asking other crucial questions about these powerful man he also says that the phrase as applied to trump is it too parche her from its classic use in the capital go back.
"david snyder" Discussed on IoT inc
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