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"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Balance of nature fruits and vegetables and vegetarian capsules go to balance of nature dot com Southland whether from KFI partly cloudy today temps seventies to low eighties lows tonight forties and fifties right now it's sixty seven in Los Alameda seventy five Anaheim hills is sixty two in Santa Monica and seventy four in Burbank really local live from the K. five twenty four hour news room I'm Deborah mark six forty live everywhere in the I heart radio big news this morning was that Elizabeth Warren officially dropped out of the presidential race she decided that you know the old there was no path forward snow path the nomination so she has said she's not going to endorse at least not yet Joe Biden over Bernie Sanders or vice versa however those two guys have both come out with if you serve commentary saying what a strong fighter she was in true example of what you can be when you put your mind to it what a strong gal.
"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Selfless service that Americans can celebrate in safety and the in peace be on the lookout for a crash in Irvine it's a north bound for the four oh five just before same canyon Avenue car spun out at the center divider bounce back to the car pool lane C. H. B. as in the same little slow coming off about one thirty three Los Alameda is finally clearing up debris north into the six of five bath path to tele they got everything out of the car pool and left lanes you should be able to move to the area unobstructed once again in Sir Rideau's study one west Bloomfield rep for a car went down the right shoulder embankment emergency crews taken the Bloomfield offramp to try to retrieve the vehicle at any problem popped up in Vernon northbound side of the seven ten just before landing rep with an overturned car two right lanes are affected you already starting to see a bunch up as you make your way from Florence KFI in the sky help get you there faster I'm wrong NW a very merry Christmas to you all if you like rain then you'll consider this as a present coming your way your forecast is up next the holidays happy family joyous time but not if you're a woman struggling with addiction this can be the hardest time of the year filled with triggers that can make life seem impossible for forty years new directions for women has helped thousands of women break free from addiction and heal from trauma call new directions for women now for a free confidential assessment you deserve this gift this holiday season new directions for women they know recovery call today dial pound two fifty and say recovery that's bound to fifty recovery don't down to fifty you have the option receiving auto dialed text message from my heart media December is here and.
"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The word is also Wisconsin's defending his reputation now after several news outlets reported the city was under fun because of its ban on snowball fights throwing snowballs at people that may not want city deputy police chief Matt Barnes is the law has actually been on the books since nineteen sixty two but it's rarely enforce the Wausau police department has use this ordinance and issued citations about ten times in the last fifteen years Lawrence is because of all the recent back last city council is thinking about removing snowballs from the list of bland band projectiles one snowball fight is a fun snowball fight and that's not something we enforce this ordinance with that's true well let's take a look at the roads now there is a crash in Los Alameda is on the six so five it's going to be on the northbound side of the six so five right after could tell us crash as the car pool and the left lane blocked right now the back of his to the for all five ticket to ride through the fog valley area crash clearing on the four oh five north bound before Warner Avenue it's over on the right shoulder but still has the slow from harbor Boulevard and still seen some pretty heavy delays right now through the devore area fifteen north bond between the two fifteen of the one thirty eight also the southbound side of the fifteen is slow from killed two can board KFI in the sky helps get you there faster John of the wise the holidays are here when your friends and family stop by to visit do you really want them to see your ugly old garage door this holiday give yourself the present you really need a new garage door from mesa hi white here from mesa garage.
Investigation underway after 2 horses die following race at Los Alamitos track
"The California horse racing board is conducting an investigation after two horses died after Saturday's first race at Los Alameda is race course both animals were four year old buildings officials say one of the horses was trained by Jerry Holland door for all of fame trainer who has had at least eight horses die while in his care this year horse racing has come under scrutiny since thirty seven horses died at Santa Anita during the most recent racing
Jon White, Jeremy Plonk
"The John White Theme Good Morning Good Morning Steve What that song reminds me that after the holiday week of racing insane the need the last two yesterday one of the things I have to do today is change order boxes so it we did have holiday raising I really haven't talked much about yesterday of course the colon for McLaughlin and the Knickerbocker I needed did not have steak action but on Saturday and the staff the CAL distaff just grazed me Nick Alexander there is again can't say no and Giovanni Franko for Phil D'Amato and then Likud won the Nokia on Sunday Peter Miller do but really I think honestly the most important performance of the weekend it's Anthony's gotta be honore p very impressed of wind and of course anytime I see on spring of Hollywood story I immediately think Hollywood story in the U. R. and looks like Hollywood story multiple grade one winner has produced a very nice two year old here orig- alling by honor code a grandson of Eight the and the and boy you know I was extremely impressed with that debuted run sprinting boy you could just really see the tip of the iceberg there and they took their time with him didn't rush him back off and stretched out which it looked like was is GonNa be something that he would really like and I was really impressed by the fact that in his debut he was so far back early this time he came out of that gate and came out very nicely very professionally really and it looked heading into that clubhouse turn Smith really would've preferred not to even beyond the lead but he couldn't help but that honor ap just wasn't like he was dragging in there or anything but Smith wasn't going to restrain them to take after lead and for him to come home as nicely as he did I mean he just drew off so beautifully in the lane and gets a ninety one so he goes from a seventy-seven debut to a ninety one Steve Anderson and the racing form does such a good job Reporting that I once did here in southern California for the D. R. F. He pointed out that that was the fastest time twelve racers at the meeting one mile on the main track so far as ours the Rod Time One thirty seven point ninety four so you had mentioned text immediately after the race you thought would the Los Alamos dirty make cents Steve Anderson also reported that that that is exactly a race that they are contemplating for honor AP and they did say no Breeders Cup for AP so they are thinking of the Los Alameda teary just seemed to fit wonderfully from a timing standpoint and they're racist really been so good through the years as a springboard into three year old campaign so it looks like really bright future here for trainer John Sheriff as one of the best trainers I've ever been around and it looks like he's going to be really primed on the Derby trail here with honor. AP Well we talked last week to John and I I've actually I'm kind of glad that we connected weeks after my initial I think it was in September at the end the Dell Mark I reached out to John a couple of times and we just didn't connect and and so then then that morning last week these he responded he said sorry okay all right if you insist and who is tremendous and he's he's you know it's funny there's there's there's so many of the horsemen visits that always seem to resonate and John's a on that front shug how about Barclay tag last week too me Barkley I thought was really informative and insightful ban that was just fantastic and another you know to me positive sign coming away from this Andre p performance you know that was pretty highly regarded race and terms of prospects there's magician finished second for Richard Mandella and you look at it and say well yeah he got his clock cleaned getting beat by a little over five lengths batismal suggestion was over ten lengths in front of the third place finisher night race and as I say it was not considered a week race going into it so it's just further evidence Inste- to me that what we very well are dealing with here with this honor Api just he he's he's the kind the two year old to me that it's just so exciting yeah now this is what this is what we're after a you know once the summer and they start to they start to parade through we get to this juncture and it starts to get you know starts to get interesting we from standpoint John I I one other thing I think I I'll slip any or as I look at yesterday's results the the natural the hat trick for Doug O.`Neil yesterday the fifth sixth and seventh race and for those that heard me last week I think on Friday I'll just keep reiterating that Doug O'Neil deserves the absolute two hundred percent support and appreciation of the industry a he more than any one individual from a from within the industry has been leading this you know these these proactive don't WanNa call them protests so much as considerations and rallies before big days at at del Mar and at Santa Anita and With the help of Oscar dilatory I I cannot congratulate and and voice enough support for what got is is doing and so for him to be rewarded On the Karma Front as as hammer famously refers uh-huh King and the Good Karma swinging around the Doug Right now also got a mention it looks like a step forward it a for a three year old Samantha Segel's Quality Road Philly that was bred by Martha Mohammed that's Road Ranger looking for sure in that race and you mentioned neil you know he's always been such a terrific ambassador for our game honestly you know you think of the controversy that was involved back in the day without having another in he handled all that I thought extremely well heading to the Belmont and Gee what a disappoint many and I really think I'll have another I had a fee after the Kentucky Derby I bet on him to win the Belmont stakes in a proposition in Vegas where they say will there be a triple crown winner yes or no and this was before the preakness but it was after the Derby and he was such a low lightly regarded horse he in fact he of course wasn't even the favourite in the preakness boaty meister was and then headed to the Belmont was the most lying favorite union rags who won the race but considering the final time and so forth I just really feel if I'll have another had had his chance if he would have won the Belmont but well never know that but like I say such a disappointment and both Doug O'Neill and already handled that with such class and You know I remember being up at Emerald downs in the early two thousands for the lawmakers Mile Pacific Northwest West major race and I was there to do the the Fox North West Telecast along with Joe with the and and others and I remember that Doug O'Neill was sending up a horse from southern California for the race by the name of Scott Hi Jack had actually he won the race broke the track record and Doug O'Neill actually gave me the two French shoes that skyjacked war in that race and but I remember the people at Emerald the in the publicity department especially saying do you know this Doug O'Neill from southern California said well yes of course I do they said what kind of guy is he I said believe me by the time he leaves here are you everyone here at Emerald will love this guy
"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Burger. the markets are closed for Labor Day same whether new month afternoon temperatures will be hot in the nineties and triple digits in the high desert watch out for thunderstorms in the mountains and desert brief but intense storms are possible with lightning this is the lead that you're on with NBC force today in a lake if eighty eight in Los Alameda's ninety five in Santa Clarita seventy eight in seal beach ninety four in diamond bar with the local live from the K. if I twenty four hour news room I may be king. people's. is that people support so that's like the three judges on the bench or something like that in. I'm worried about months. king Tory and is still still churning right over the Bahamas housing massive problems suggesting that there could be a storm surge of twenty three feet in different areas of twenty three feet above the normal tied there in the Bahamas. also the big story out of the southern California is just off the coast is fire aboard a diving charter boat I'm very early this morning at least four bodies have been recovered so far and they're saying thirty others are likely to have been killed in this fire I am actually surprised we haven't heard about more bodies being found I thought that that grim news which is kind of trickle out.
"los alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"It's part of the country. That is on the front lines of the debate. Over immigration, many, California cities have taken matters into their own hands either by declaring themselves sanctuaries from immigration enforcement. If you quote unquote, broke the law by coming to this country to work with there's work aplenty. Plenty that's not something that I see that the city should be looking to arrest somebody for or by voicing their support for immigration and customs enforcement, or is this is really about rule of law in about local control this year. New state law took effect in California. Limiting how much local police can cooperate with federal immigration authorities the law Espy fifty four is called the California values act. It's also known as the sanctuary law and his drawn lawsuits from the Trump administration and several cities in California. But the legal battle kicked off in the small. Town of Los Alameda, which voted to opt out of the law in March, and is now being sued by the American Civil Liberties union, Los Alameda city manager, Troy, Edgar says, the sanctuary state law goes too far when you look at this. It's really the difference between the boundaries of separation of powers between local jurisdictions state jurisdiction in federal from our perspective. We wanted to go and take an action to say, hey, look, we have the right to do this. And that's when the ACLU came in and said, we don't think you do have the right? So now, we have an outside group. That's actually going and challenging us on that issue. How do you respond to some of the opponents of this who say that by not having a sanctuary city sanctuary state policy that immigrants are going to be less likely to work with law enforcement on major crimes reporting things at cetera because they're afraid of deportation. You know, what I don't see it that way. I think that if you talk to people within especially around loose Alameda, send the north Orange County area. You'll see a lot of the. The immigration population that may not be legal thankful for what we're doing because we feel that they feel that basically by us not abiding by these sanctuary laws. What happens is these people that are bad actors that are illegal that get put in jail, and then are not released back to the federal government come back into their communities and continue to terrorize their community. And so from their perspective, they're very thankful. I think a lot of this is it's the politics and the sound bites versus a reality. What's going on on the ground? Edgar met with President Trump earlier this year, he's been in regular contact with the White House since the move by his city has been called racist and xenophobic. I asked him about that. I don't think this has anything to do with racism. I probably the best example on the real life example, I give is my wife is from Iran. She came when the Shah was overthrown, she's a Christian in Iran. She basically had to get asylum in Paris for two years and wait in turn to get into the United States. And so that is. The way immigration should work, and I don't have anything but love for immigrants, and I actually with my wife is an example. I mean, this has nothing to do with anti anti-immigrant or a racist. More than a dozen cities in California have sided with Los Alameda in defying the state law. Mark Zito is assistant special agent in charge of ISIS homeland security investigations in the LA area or HSI. He says the sanctuary state law is having the unintended consequence of complicating investigations into serious crimes like human trafficking. I feel that this has become a political issue, and it really should be. It should be a non partisan issue. And it's a public safety issue. Each's? I is here to protect our national security and to protect our neighborhoods, and if they took a minute to actually learn what we did. I think they would be we're we're very we help immigrants more than any other agency that I'm aware of a lot of these immigrants that come across illegally are abused. I've met with I've been on several interviews with women that were raped multiple times getting up here an our agents. So the ones that help these immigrants that are coming up here. They tried to get the information from them, and we go after the bad guys that are terrorizing these people when they're coming up here. They take their life savings, and they do very bad things to them. We're talking about criminal organizations that are doing this Zito says his division of ice has become collateral damage in a political battle over the country's broken immigration system. But other cities in Orange County see it differently go a few miles down the road from Los Alameda and you'll. Find Santa Ana which declared itself sanctuary city long before the state passed its sanctuary law divide Bellavia days is a city councilman there. We believe in the dignity of all people the city of Santana has about eighty percent. Latino about fifty percent of the residents of our city were born in another country. So the issues of immigration direct impact us directly and the sanctuary city ensures that we send a message to all of our residents that they're going to be treated respectfully with dignity and at the city is here to serve them. Well, we spoke earlier with the city manager from Los Alameda who said I'm not anti immigrant. In fact, I'm married to an immigrant, and it's not about racism. Why why I'm doing this? I had to hold back. My laughter. There. It is. Frankly, a pretty shallow response. There was no need for the city of. We'll take the position that they did other than to send a political message. They're wanting them and other cities like them wanting to send a message that California's is not welcoming of of immigrants, and that's not the position that we've come far beyond that. I would hope and we believe in the dignity of every person who enters our city, and that's what it means to be a sanctuary city. And when President Trump says that you're giving safe harbor to criminals, you say what? That he is a liar and has no idea about the laws and the law of the land. He oftentimes talks about violent criminals, and I too believe that any violent criminals should be held accountable. The city of Santana believes that any violent criminals should be held accountable. They should be arrested. They should serve their time. However, if you're only crime, quote unquote is leaving your country out of desperation looking to be able to survive being able to provide for your family. That's not something that I see that the city should be looking to arrest somebody for so what do people in law enforcement think? Well, it depends on whom you ask this is the chief of police in Santa Ana David Valentine, I think some people misinterpret sanctuary for being soft on crime. We're looking the other way. That's that's not what it is. That's not certainly what we do here. That's not what my mandate is to my officers. We respond behaviors we're spawned a criminal behaviors irrespective of your status. So when representatives from Icee it makes their job more difficult. What do you say to them? So federal authorities are you know, they have the mandate to enforce federal law. We do not. And so it's like lanes of traffic, right where our local police entity. And we provide police services to the folks that live here they have their mandate to enforce federal on the and they do that. So the other pieces it has to do with community trust in others. There's a large part of the dialogue there on. What does that mean? So the demographics of our city are such that we want people to feel comfortable to call us for help. If they're not calling the police who are they calling. Right. So the idea is to reinforce the messaging that we're not interested in. The residency status. We're going to respond and assist. The folks that call for help. So that's the chief of police in Santa Ana this is Don Barnes the under sheriff of Orange County. We ran one of the largest gel systems in the nation. And we've always had a relationship with ice privatised, regardless what administration Bush Obama and now Trump when there's somebody in our custody roughly just about ten less than ten percent of our inmates in our custody for local crimes not for ice issues are here undocumented of that ten percent is only really wants about one percent of those individuals. Those are the ones they place a detain her on. So it isn't everybody in our custody. It's just that small population of inmates ice has said they want that we can no longer communicate. If we can't communicate we released them back in the community. So you think SP fifty four is making this community less safe. I know it is making the community. Last say, I a lot of the individuals who we do who are arrested are being returned to the communities in which they originally preyed upon. So we know that. Happened. We know it has since January first we've had seven hundred seventy two through September this year individuals criminals in our care who ice had placed a detain her on that we could not return to ice they released back in the community one hundred and forty of those already been rearrested for new crimes four tempted murder. Several four assault with deadly weapon. One for child molestation one for spousal rate. Numerous other crimes that are occurring that one hundred forty and those are only the ones that we know about because a return to RJ, you're working at the county level. Do you think that the rhetoric that's coming from Washington from the Trump administration on the issue of sanctuary cities is helpful to you? I think the rhetoric rhetoric coming from both Sacramento and Washington is not helpful to anybody. We are like it's like two, divorced. Parents who are getting pulled in both directions. It we need to stop. These extreme fringe, politics and focus on what we're obligated to do in law enforcement, that's providing the public's safety, regardless of what's ones immigration status is no matter where you live in this country. You probably have a view about sanctuary cities, you either side with Los Alameda or Santa Ana and Undersheriff foreign says that's part of the problem. The issue has become so political California's sanctuary state law is not on the ballot in November. But the. Author of the law. Kevin de Leon is running against fellow democrat Dianne Feinstein for Senate. She started her career in the nineties with a promise to stop illegal immigration. Her message has changed. She now opposes the Trump administration's plan to cut off federal funding to sanctuary.
"los alameda" Discussed on The Nightly Rant
"All right. So now it's time for us to be able to do that comparison thing that we do won't ever tragedy strikes because spend another shooting, Cincinnati, Ohio, three people are dead plus the shooter. So here we go when stuff like this happened that learn where a new status we're going to hear the hat's true. We're gonna hear the gun control screens. Is going to hear the close. Our borders screams even though they have nothing to do with it, you're going to hear it. You will see has a mildly Hispanic now yet and you battered down. Well, hope that he's fully legally documented because if he's not all my gosh, you will hear some of the cuckoos come out of the woodwork screaming and yelling. If you could lose, we're talking about listen to the throwback episode from a couple of weeks ago, but what was it called? The circus has added again or something like that. The circus wants the wall built. Yeah. Those are the crazy people wasn't that episodes. Remember that's the episode that starts with a pill dot wall that wall, right? Yeah. That was a dramatic upset. I was in a artistic mood. After that meeting, we weren't nearly as traumatized after that when we were after Los Alameda? No, because we saw what was going on. That was the key. But anyway, Ohio, tell us more about what happened. So dude just comes with handgun in bunch them weapon bunch of ammunition beca. He. There were eight gunshots. One of the victims was working in the building. He was a secret tenant there, the buildings largest tenant was this Bank. What ended up happening was began right around ninety m he entered the building three of the loading dock and opened fire before going into the lobby of the building where four police officers engaged him in gunfire exchanged. What is it load into? Yeah, and the officers had body cameras, so they're hoping to get clues on his movements from that. And. The say, this is not normal, and it should not be viewed as normal. This is abnormal no. Other industrialized country has this at level of active multiple shootings on a regular basis that they go on control. That's an interesting thing though. I wonder why there are more shootings here. And he's ends with. I think there's something deeply sick at work here. I didn't know probably is something deeply sick at work there. You know, like a mental health crisis. Yeah, but that's the thing like there's people who will tell you that it's the shadow government that's been built. I mean, seriously, you need to go back and I'll watch it with you and you need to walk scandal from episode one season one and watch it all the way through. It would hook you like grip you and hold you for the rest of the time. Maybe it would, but I won't do it one hundred minor. Mariner. That could be our thing. We could binge-watch this weekend. No, we need to finish the thing we're currently binge-watching. What are we been off all binge watching the orange ladies. I already agreed to one show that wasn't sure. I would like, let's finish that one that must mean you like it. I didn't think you liked it at all. Like at all, I didn't tell you this the other day or anything. Right. Did you ski s where it was. I don't rose here. You positive. So have you when I talk, I listen to you when you talk..
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"los alameda" Discussed on WTMA
"The conversation the issue of immigration california cities are now rebelling we saw los alameda and aliso they came out against the sanctuary city policy he's a small cities you have los alameda says only eleven or twelve thousand people newport beach a little bigger but not much but now some of the big dogs are coming into play san diego county way to the south came in the other day the county board of supervisors therefore people voted three to one not to become a sanctuary county and they are not going to enforce the state's sanctuary city policies if you remember the attorney general of california executive by sarah threatened the sheriff in los alameda i if he did not enforce the sanctuary city policy he might arrest him imagine that the state's top cop arresting a law enforcement officer amazing for not because the man is following the constitution a totally incredible there was the under sheriff there at the time and then we have now san diego part of this doj lawsuit that jeff sessions charged against sacramento in california a few months ago but the aclu is going after los alameda come on it's a small city ten twelve thousand the max i mean can california cities like that prevail in their lawsuit against the state sanctuary policies not only jerry brown and the attorney general going after him you got the aclu national office going after them it it just doesn't seem fair so i'd like to know what you think about that with this whole deal of our supposedly leaders who are taking an oath to protect and serve choosing illegals over you and then also a lot going on there i'm asking you also their.
"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"At six on kfi johnny bench show john kobylt ken chiampou kfi am six forty i fifty minutes away from round to those people to wrap it up another quick reminder who you heard a couple of people during the first moist line play fetch support the city of los alamitos you can do that too is a gofundme page is they will be fighting the aclu by voting to exempt the city of los alameda from the state sanctuary policies and that is was made official recently in a second vote and immediately the aclu hold a big press conference were suing them they can't defy state law really dan what does the federal law in this case trump state law and the aclu knows that they're doing this to intimidate low settle meet us this is what the aclu does they file bogus lawsuits and then the cities and other entities get afraid of the cost and so they give up they surrender it's a shakedown is what it is this year you does shakedowns and you at some point and i think the los alameda city council and the mayor there are really quite courageous and they're doing with very few political leaders do they're saying screw we're going to do the right thing and protect our our constituents our citizens our taxpayers we're going to do the right thing so the gofundme page is terrific just go fund me this los alameda find me not to do that and just go to kfiam640com don campaign at link to link there so matter of fact i was going to check and see how the donations are doing meanwhile link of everybody being afraid of the aclu can already oh look yeah we got them over seventeen seventeen five or bunch i there are sixteen thousand we started the show communist crackpots one hundred thousand dollars goals so pass the word around and get people to donate to the city of los alamos oh just quickly went update we were just talking to a state senator patricia bates she's working on the whole rehab problem in southern california and the southern california news group has been doing a series of stories and the latest is that ads for drug and alcohol treatment soon will pop up again google searches they took some time off from this but only from rehab centers at clear independent background screenings see one of the.
"los alameda" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"This is contests mania on kfi we also want you to go to the website and now it looks good and it's correct at the top of the website we have these little slide show things that go by and the new one that's been moved there is a chance for you to donate to the city of los alameda like what what we did i'm already a tax payer why did i donate well they're fighting against california state sanctuary law b fifty four and as an assembly bill that was passed to as you know los alameda to exempt itself from the states sanctuary laws that's a big move and that got the attention of a guest who the aclu so they do have a web page age it's a gofundme me dedicated to raising money to help fight the aclu sh because everybody should help them in this good fight so you know going back to our last guest who's trying to get the homeless encampment feeless and she was met with that same line from the david rios office well the aclu's gonna file a lawsuit they lose lawsuits many of their lawsuits are bogus what they do is they use the threat of a lawsuit as an intimidation weapon oh yes because it's gonna cost you money and so the day where they get their way because they intimidate with the threat of a bogus lawsuit that should come to an end because there are lawsuits are bogus often because people illegal aliens have no rights once they're convicted of felonies they can get deported and there's nothing the aclu can do about it and the federal constitution allow and the federal law allows local authorities to work with ice choking up to get rid of these guys makes me very emotional done so doesn't matter what the aclu says all it matters aco cost money but a wasser without why this donation page.
"los alameda" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"The important part bear that's just a distraction that was earlier today but i'm going to add into the conversation the issue of immigration california cities are now rebelling we saw los alameda and they came out against the sanctuary city policy he's a small cities you have los alameda is only eleven or twelve thousand people newport beach a little bigger but not much but now some of the big dogs are coming into play sandiego county way to the south came in the other day the county board of supervisors therefore people voted three to one not to become a sanctuary county and they are not going to enforce the state's sanctuary city policies if you remember the attorney general of california executive by sarah threatened the sheriff in los alameda is that if he did not enforce the sanctuary city policy he might arrest him imagine that the state's top cop arresting a law enforcement officer amazing for not because the man is following the constitution a totally incredible there was the under sheriff there at the time and then we have now san diego part of this doj lawsuit that jeff sessions charged against sacramento in california a few months ago but the aclu is going after los alameda come on it's a small city ten twelve thousand the max i mean can california's cities like that prevail in their lawsuit against the state sanctuary policies not only jerry brown and the attorney general going after him you got the aclu national office going after them it it just doesn't seem fair so i'd like to know what you think about that with this whole deal of our supposedly leaders who are taking an oath to protect and serve choosing illegals over you and then also a lot going on there i'm asking you also their war on police in this country we saw black lives matter in the era of obama i call obama the cop killer president that's me that's not the savage nation that is my opinion because obviously he's never killed anybody but he's his actions have led to a boldness where it appears that people have.
Nevada, Attorney and Los Alameda discussed on Rick Hamada
"Take we have a massive deficit with japan vice president mike pence also among those at the table right now along with top white house economic adviser larry cudlow one of the areas opting out of a sanctuary law in california is being challenged in court by the american civil liberties union fox's jessica rosenthal is live in la lisa after several hours of public comment the city council of los alameda voted to exempt the city from having to follow california's sanctuary laws laws that restrict local law enforcement cooperation with immigration agents so aclu attorney samir offman says they are suing the city he says the councils vote essentially authorizes local agencies to help immigration authorities to deport members of los alameda immigrant community other cities and counties are now following suit san diego county supervisors voted yesterday to support the trump administration's lawsuit against california lisa jessica thanks the us air force jus announcing that the thunderbirds are resuming practice lights over a test range in nevada where one of the elite airman was killed during training earlier this month that crash remains under investigation but a statement just released by the thunderbirds commander says it's important to resume work on proficiency and to build confidence while supporting the safety investigation there's an island wide blackout on puerto rico which is still struggling with an unstable power grid nearly seven months after hurricane maria no word yet on.
"los alameda" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Listening to all things considered from npr news this week the city of escondido north of san diego became the latest in southern california to pass a resolution condemning california's sanctuary law that law aims to protect some immigrants in the country illegally by limiting cooperation between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities npr's kirk siegler reports on what appears to be a growing opposition to california's opposition to the trump administration nearly a dozen local governments have now voted to oppose california's sanctuary law sound like orange county have even joined the trump administration's legal challenge to the state those recent wave of opposition started in the small orange county suburb of los alameda protesters holding signs saying make california great again celebrate after the city council votes to opt out of the state sanctuary law america two weeks later in a now empty quiet chamber los alameda mayor pro tem warren coosa moto reflects on his decision to draft the ordinance and take a stand against liberal california i don't like the direction to california's i mean there's we we've as a state we've squandered away what the greatest generation provided for us he's frustrated with policies on everything from taxes to immigration kusamotyu is a republican and is in his words the product of emigrants is grandparents originally moved from japan to hawaii so i believe my grandparents did it the right way they were able to immigrate to become naturalized eventually and citizens so why is it that not the right way for anybody to come over here as immigrants in southern california suburbs there's mounting frustration that views like koussa motos are being crowded out by liberal cities that have staked their claim as being the front lines to the trump resistance cousteau says los alameda is caught in the middle and it's being asked to work under conflicting laws it's a similar argument espoused by the orange county undersheriff don barnes when you start to legislate that we cannot cooperate communicate with another law enforcement partner that is problematic last week the sheriff's office decided to post the release dates of inmates online they say to alert federal immigration authorities of potential problems it was seen as an open defiance to sacramento we shouldn't be mixing public safety of politics still it's clear the undercurrent of this backlash being seen in southern california right now is also political it's the dying gasp of orange county's nasty brand of.
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"The latest headlines if you want to get it on the conversation eight five five four hundred savage eight five five four hundred seven two eight two for those just joining us we were talking about three hundred and eighty sheriffs and over forty states who are joining with los alameda does to buck the trend of sanctuary cities and sanctuary states they will protect and serve they will honor their oath of office excuse me their oath of being a law enforcement agents and not not adhere to the laws of sanctuary cities that protect illegal i have no why is it that the democratic party picks illegals over american citizens i've asked that a thousand times they've written a letter thomas high sheriff thomas hodgson from massachusetts bristol county massachusetts is spearheading this movement leading the three hundred seventy nine other sheriffs they wrote a letter to congress telling them to build the wall and will that wall be built is is another thing do you think the wall will ever be built is my question to you in the savage nation and will you be okay of trump breaks his promise on immigration i'll put it to you this way if that wall is not under construction by the time the two thousand eighteen midterms come about which is only a few months away you can kiss away the senate and possibly kiss away the house even though the democrats have no message even though they're not raising any money even though tom perez is foul mouth potty mouth mouth guy with no message it's just dealt doulos take we'll give they're not gonna take it because they can't we're going to give it away to them the foundation of trump's presidency is immigration and it is the wall we're going to build a wall who's gonna pay for it mexico you can't just not do it and the democrats in the senate and the congress know that if they can force his effort to build that wall that it's going to hurt him politically and that's the only reason to do it they don't care about national security they don't care about the safety of you and your family it's all about hurting president trump and if in hurting president trump we hurt you hurt the country and hurting president trump you heard the country you and.
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"Yep and and a place to sleep and a roof over his head and a gym membership pretty much and but you know i mean there are people who have been sentenced to the death penalty here in the state of california that ended up dying of natural causes twentyfive years later before they even considered for execution yeah so he knows that that's why he's smiling and laughing he's i have another theory as to why he's smiling and laughing away is this guy probably thinks he's going to be a hero big timer i agree yeah they'll be that killer absolutely this is just sick so there's that story in the news there's the other story in the news regarding southern california orange county so you've heard about the little town down there los alameda is that has said no to the sanctuary city policies or sanctuary state policies and now we've got orange county at large saying nope this all all the county supervisors there was one who was missing he was vacationing or out of the country or something like that but four said yes to this we're done we're not playing the sanctuary we're we're suing the state of california we're not going we're joining the federal government in our suit against the state of california because these laws took effect this year prohibiting police or sheriff from informing federal agencies went illegal immigration immigrants are to be released the other law that says if you own a private business you're not allowed to talk to ice unless they have a warrant they're saying enough already so and they're saying this isn't keeping our people safe so so the sheriff she has put together this who's in jail database i love this and the database says okay these are the people in jail okay here's when they're getting out and this is the exact time that they're getting out and what the sheriff is saying no i'm i'm not i'm not talking ice i'm just i'm just posting this it's anybody can see it just for the safety of our community posting this well now is knows when to show up instead of instead of showing up when the guy leaves and goes to the seven eleven to pick up his first six pack in a while and and putting that particular area risk they can just get right when he's coming out.
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"Komo aaa traffic currently in can't northbound highway one six seventy south of five sixteen willis right lane is partially blocked state patrol on seed and that should be gone shortly and we do have construction going on on the mercer exit from southbound i five at rugby back opened by five am jay phillips on komo news bailable in north dakota welcome back to america in the morning we're at eleven till an anti sanctuary snowball is rolling in california jim roope reports on the pushback of one golden state city official it was a big deal for small city who would have thought i knew los alameda you know with just twelve thousand residents want to kick down the door and actually stand up for our constitution republican assembly member travis allen is talking about los alameda says ordinance opting out of the sanctuary state law absolutely awesome that one small city has sparked a wave of support a number of cities from southern to northern california and a few counties like one of the largest orange county in southern california are all considering challenges to the california values act having a large county on board says allen is huge a ton of people who tell you the overwhelming majority of capital mornings believe in the us constitution they believe that we should follow and enforce federal immigration law the one component of a sanctuary state law that many if not most disagree is that local law enforcement is limited in cooperating with ice and it's the criminals who are in this country illegally that nearly everyone agrees should be the focus somebody's grandmother sitting in their living room this is somebody who's illegally committing crimes while they're here riding the wave of some cities calling for sanctuary from the sanctuary state law allen has released a petition asking citizens to sign it is calls for all city councils to enact ordinances light los alameda i mean we're gonna fight this at the city council level calls for comments to the author of the sanctuary state law democratic senator kevin daily on have not yet been returned jim roope los angeles and now at ten before.
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"Yeah so that's another group to look for in addition to law enforcement and or military let's go out to troy late and we're gonna talk about federal state law troy welcome good to talk to you thanks for having me back dr drew always a privileged my friend we go ahead learn so so we're talking about los alameda and low saddle nita's has decided hey we don't want to be part of your new sanctuary state laws california where opting out of you opting out of the federal immigration laws is that good explanation i'm i'm seeing all the video come in when they voted on this yesterday and tempers were definitely flaring when this vote passed but aren't they voting basically just to hold up federal immigration laws be fair what they're saying is we signed an oath to uphold the constitution and we have to uphold the constitution which is what federal laws prevail now what does that issue and troy can help us out with this is that the state advocates are saying that the state law is compliant with federal law and the constitution what do you say troy california passed a law that went into effect in january called senate bill fifty four what we all know is the california's sanctuary state law they call it the california values act that basically says that local police government officials aren't allowed to notify ice hey we've got somebody that we think is illegal coming get them instead ice has to comb through public arrest records and go and do that themselves now orange county was the only county that had a specific agreement where orange county sheriff's deputies were deputized federal agents that cooperated with ice and actually they they make about thirty million dollars a year in housing illegal people that are here illegally as slowdown here say that whole thing again well basically the orange county sheriff's department were deputized under a provision known as a two eighty seven gs as federal agents yes they were only the only law enforcement officers in california not not nonfederal the only state law enforcement officers that had that specific agreement.
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"High taxes and the high cost of living they're going to be very open to some changes and of course a good a good amount of the taxpayer money is going to assist and take care of illegal aliens what i wanna get your your position on these sanctuary over over california's sanctuary law for the entire state this is immensely unpopular i mean it gets a lot of media play because you know wasting ink on both sides frankly up this debate i and i was encouraged me does take the action they worked to take target people all ethnic backgrounds are concerned about safety and security i mean nobody wants ms thirteen operating neighborhood oakland mayor who goes to warn people about an ice rape this was all about going after people who were convicted of crimes it was going after suspected gang members you know you don't have to through that an undocumented immigrants is actually a member of a gang you can do it on a suspect because they're they're illegally anyway and frankly i think all californians of all background circling want their neighborhood three of gang members don't you think that well you you would think but at the same time there in oakland you had that coffee house that said police officers no longer welcome to come into their establishment you've got the oakland mayor out there libby shaft who's openly flaunting the law and and you wonder you know what the heck is going on there well there's a backlash growing and i think los alameda might be the camel nose under the tent i mean i think people maybe stopping to thinking a little bit and they may say themselves g do we really want a bunch of gang members from mexico i mean the idea border security become controversial and that drug runners and gun runners and gang members from mexico which by the way is relatively ungovernable i mean i i you probably saw the statistics is twenty six thousand murders last year mexico i mean if you apply.