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Mayoral candidates Rick Caruso and Karen Bass defend their plans of quickly moving tens of thousands of unhoused people indoors if elected. To cover new shelter beds and rental vouchers, they plan to turn to the feds. Museums, a library, botanical gardens, and maybe even a veterans' cemetery are part of a redevelopment plan for the Great Park. It all might face challenges from former Irvine Mayor Larry Agran. On this first day of LAUSD's new academic term, Heidi Kalin is excited about her eighth grade son having more structure back in his life, and more campus events to choose from.
Steve Gregory comes on the show to talk about the 6th Street bridge madness. The leader of Al-Qaeda has been killed in a drone strike by the United States. More on Garcetti still not being in India. LAUSD is going healthy!
More on the vandalism and street takeovers on the 6th Street bridge. Some family members of victims from the Uvalde, Texas school shooting confronted the mother of the shooter. Garcetti is back in DC trying to lobby for his India ambassadorship, but it is under the guise of lobbying for infrastructure. More on the recalled lentils.
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Ken is solo since John is on vacation. A passenger who was on the train that crashed in Missouri comes on the show to explain what happened and a press conference live from Missouri. An update on Garcetti going to India. The lawyer for the family of an LAPD officer who died during a training accident comes on the show. California is going to offer healthcare to undocumented immigrants.
Elex Michaelson from Fox 11 comes on the show to talk about the documentary Lost Angeles. Garcetti is still waiting to be confirmed or denied as the next ambassador to India. More on the mass shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas. The hunt leader who helped Donald Trump Jr. kill a bear is under hot water now for baiting the bear.
On today's Breitbart News Daily podcast, we run down a pretty busy news weekend and look to the week ahead. We give you all the details we could find on the Monkeypox hysteria, the latest Joe Biden emergency maneuver on the baby formula crisis, and another gas price record. Then, we touch on Democrats losing a major gerrymandering battle, San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone denying communion to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, and Georgetown Univ. students drunkenly trashing the Lincoln Memorial. Plus, some horrifying news about our border and a truly hilarious story about America's worst mayor, Los Angeles' Eric Garcetti. Our guest today is Sen. Roger Marshall, M.D. (R). He's from Kansas, but he's at our border in Texas. He quite reasonably says that we are all being distracted from the biggest crisis of the moment, which is the influx of illegal aliens and fentanyl crossing our border. You can hear how fired up he is, and for good reason.
Elon Musk challenges the "far far left" woman accusing him of sex assault to describe his body Garcetti's parents hire PR firm to push ambassador bid Steve Greenhut on drought and CA water use Sen Hawley vs Energy secretary Jennifer Granholm
Go adopt dogs in the IE! Garcetti publicly denied knowing about the allegations against Rick Jacobs. There was a settlement in the Anthony Avalos case. A man who strangled a woman to death died while trying to hide the body.
Bill Handel speaks with ABC News Contributor and Editor in Chief for Investopedia Caleb Silver about the Consumer Price Index and inflation. California companies might need to start being more transparent. It's likely that Garcetti 'likely knew or should have known' about his aide's alleged sexual misconduct, and should health insurers cover the cost of fertility treatment?
Hannah/James Tubbs is now being charged with murder in Kern Country on a separate charge than the sexual assault charges they were facing. The Senate report reveals that Garcetti had to know about the allegations against his aide Rick Jacobs. A man in Kentucky tried to kill his mother on Mother's Day over a video game controller.
Bill Handel is joined by Jennifer Jones Lee and Wayne Resnick for the Early Edition of Handel on the News. The trio discusses news topics that include: A report finds that former LA Mayor Eric Garcetti 'likely knew or should've known' about his aide's alleged sexual harassment, the 3 kids killed in West Hills have been identified and their mother charged with murder, and CA's water usage in March jumped nearly 19% despite please for conservation.
What's happening today: U.S. Senate report says Mayor Garcetti should have been aware of aide's misbehavior; Garcetti announces 4 million Angelenos to face water restrictions; Day 2 of weeklong strike ends for Cedars-Sinai workers; L.A. City Council OKs program to provide legal help to those facing deportation. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
On April 29, 1992, a jury in Los Angeles found four police officers not guilty of use of excessive force in the beating of Rodney King. A video of that beating had gone viral and had set the city on edge. In this week's episode, we hear about the days of unrest that followed which resulted in more than 50 deaths and approximately a billion dollars worth of damage. First, journalist Héctor Tobar talks about covering the story for the LA Times, and former LA County district attorney Gil Garcetti, who is also Mayor Eric Garcetti's father, shares how the experience influenced his career as the region's top prosecutor. Get in Touch Want to ask Alex a question? Visit the SoCal in 17 page On Twitter using hashtag #SOCALIN17 or her handle @alexcoheninla In this Episode Find Héctor Tobar on Twitter: @TobarWriter Find Gil Garcetti on Instagram
Beverly Hills has many surveillance cameras around the city and an LA Times editorial thinks it's racist. Garcetti's pick to clean up the DWP from its corruption was sentenced to 6 years in jail. An update from the Execution Desk here. There will be a petition signing event for every city hall in LA County for the Recall LA County DA George Gascon on Saturday April 30th.
Our special guest Jon Regardie joins the Oy Vey L.A. podcast to talk about all aspects of the upcoming primary election for mayor of the City of L.A.; the City Council race for Council District 5; and Jon also opines on the Huizar criminal matter, the status of Eric Garcetti's pending appointment to be Ambassador to India, and the fiasco of CD 10 in which an indicted council member has been temporarily replaced by a former councilman, the appointment of which is now embroiled in a lawsuit. Jon Regardie is a veteran Los Angeles journalist who has contributed news, politics, business and entertainment stories to dozens of print and online publications. He regularly writes for Los Angeles magazine, and is the former editor of the Los Angeles Downtown News. He has received numerous journalism awards and frequently discusses political and other matters on local radio and TV stations. He lives in Highland Park with his wife and two children. Jon can be reached at email@example.com, and can also be found on twitter: @JonRegardie A compendium of Jon's work at Los Angeles Magazine can be found at : https://www.lamag.com/author/jon-regardie/
What's happening today: L.A. County will reinstate mask mandate for public transportation; Venice testing company agrees to pay L.A. $22.5M over fake COVID test results; How much of Garcetti's new budget goes towards climate change?; L.A. River on list of ten most endangered in the U.S.; Mountain lion struck and killed on the 405; This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
What's happening today: New Mexico safety officials issue maximum fine to Rust producers; One dead in small plane crash on 210 freeway; Mayor Garcetti lays out final proposed city budget before leaving office; On 4/20, a connection between cannabis and climate change; Azusa Unified to reorganize schools in district. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
A public high school football coach is claiming a right to pray with students on the 50-yard-line immediately after the game while still on duty. What's the best way to protect religious freedom for everyone in this situation? Amanda and Holly talk about the Supreme Court case of Kennedy v. Bremerton, what's at stake, and how various groups are portraying what really happened. They go over BJC's brief, which works to find a solution for everyone that protects the rights of students to be free to make their own choices about what religious practices they want to do and when to do so. Amanda and Holly also discuss the lines between private practice and government speech, and the different rights of students – who are compelled to be at school – and government employees, who represent the government. SHOW NOTES: Segment 1: What is going on in this case? Outlining the facts and setting the record straight (starting at 00:50) In episode 10, Amanda and Holly discussed Shurtleff v. Boston, the flag-raising case at Boston City Hall. BJC filed a brief in the Kennedy v. Bremerton case, defending students' rights to religious liberty. You can read the brief here, and read more about it on our website in this article: BJC urges Supreme Court to reject high school coach's defense of on-field prayers with students. BJC's brief was led by Holly and BJC Associate General Counsel Jennifer Hawks, and it was written by church-state scholars Douglas Laycock and Christopher Lund. Segment 2: Previewing the oral arguments (starting at 16:30) Amanda and Holly mentioned several cases involving case law about the rights of government employees and the rights of the government as an employer: Pickering v. Board of Education (1968) Garcetti v. Ceballos (2006) They also mentioned cases about religion and public schools and speech that are relevant to this case: Good News Club v. Milford Central School (2001) Santa Fe v. Doe (2000) (another case involving prayer at public school football games) Tinker v. Des Moines (1969) You can read BJC's guidance on religion in the public schools – including consensus guidelines put together by diverse groups in decades past – by visiting BJConline.org/religion-public-schools-resources/. Segment 3: Religion and sports in our lives today (starting at 33:56) Amanda and Holly discussed this article by Kelsey Dallas, published by Deseret News: Trying to raise successful kids? Experts say you shouldn't forget about faith Respecting Religion is made possible by BJC's generous donors. You can support these conversations with a gift to BJC.
Contact:firstname.lastname@example.org@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:Eastwood no ‘Dirty Harry' in last scene as Mr. MayorPelosi adviser is among Biden's nominees for SEC commissioner slotsAlumnus Jaime Lizarraga works in nation's capital for social changeScoop: Team Schumer voices doubts about Garcetti's chances for IndiaInfanticide or ‘pregnancy loss'? Abortion bill passes Assembly committeeCalifornia mother's conviction in fetal death overturnedWind energy company kills 150 eaglesWhat are the California Climate Credits? A message from the California Public Utilities CommissionStates of COVID performanceA warning from ShanghaiCalifornia's math wars get uglyThe band is on the field! (Stanford vs Cal in 1982)Black Lives Matter secretly bought a $6 million L.A. mansion
Alissa, Rachel, and Scott sit down to talk about how close we are to a grocery strike, celebrities thoughtlessly crossing picket lines, another legal settlement on homelessness, and the continuing implosion of Eric Garcetti. Support us on Patreon!Subscribe to the LA Newsletter! Read Edition 33 in your browser here.Subscribe to Thirty Mile Zone, LA Podcast's sister podcast about LA Movies.Below you can find links to some subjects discussed on LA Podcast #220Headlines:UFCW 770 has authorized a strike for grocery store workers.Celebrities crossed picket line at the Chateau Marmont to attend Jay-Z's Oscar afterparty.The LA Alliance Case has partially settled. Just the City of LA, and not the county.Read the settlement document for yourself.Read the LA Community Action Network's response.Eric Garcetti is even more toast now than ever before.An op-ed we liked about how much of a joy it is to watch Garcetti implode.Also mentioned:RSVP for Cerise Castle and Knock LA's sheriff's candidate forum on Tuesday.Watch the Black Lives Matter LA candidate forum from late March.Read Elijah Chiland's story on the slowness of state rent relief to tenants in rent debt.
More senators show concern how LA Mayor Eric Garcetti handled sexual harassment allegations on one of his advisors. Some of Bruce Willis' coworkers said he showed signs of aphasia in recent years. Oscar award-winning actor, Tim Robbins, joins us to talk about his new show ‘Can't Pay? Don't Pay!'. Some men returning to work are noticing that their hairlines are receding.
Bill Handel on the intensifying fight over Garcetti's nomination to be Ambassador to India amid the expanding Senate probe. Why are people acting weird lately? Mo Kelly and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. The three of them discuss news topics that include: 1,000 L.A. county families will be chosen at random to receive $1,000 a month for 3 years; registration opens today, a key inflation gauge has set a 40-year high as gas and good prices soar, and President Biden is set to mark a Transgender Day of Visibility among other actions.
Alex Stone comes on the show to talk about 20 states suing Pres. Biden over mask mandates on airplanes still being in effect. Culver City might be giving more space for a homeless encampment under the 405 freeway. Garcetti blames the lack of housing for the homeless problem in LA. A man went to a Red Robin and claims he was served semen as his salad's dressing.
Alissa, Rachel, and Matt talk about civility in LA politics, how it's been one year since the Echo Park Lake closure, and the latest Garcetti news.Support us on Patreon!Subscribe to the LA Newsletter! Read Edition 32 in your browser here.Subscribe to Thirty Mile Zone, LA Podcast's sister podcast about LA Movies.Below you can find links to some subjects discussed on LA Podcast #219Headlines:Read the UCLA report on where people displaced by the Echo Park Lake closure are one year laterSee Sam Levin's reporting in The Guardian on the same.Read Lisa Kwon's reporting in L.A. TACO about a sweep last week in Little Tokyo.Listen to LA Podcast's special episode on the no-longer-confidential report about sexual harassment in the LA Mayor's office.
Bill Handel hosts Dr. Cameron Webb to talk about COVID vaccines for kids under the age of 5. And speaking of COVID, Bill explores how to the next pandemic surge will be different from the last. Wayne Resnick and Jennifer Jones Lee join Bill for the Late Edition of Handel on the News. President Biden is in Brussels to attend the first and third summits on the Russian war, an ally close to Putin has warned of nuclear disaster, the second GOP Senator this month has put a 'hold' on Garcetti's nomination to India's ambassadorship.
Text messages from spokesperson, Anna Bahr, claimed unwanted ‘kisses and squeezes' by Garcetti's aid Rick Jacobs. LAPD offers a $1,000 reward for info on the driver involved in a now-viral video of a Tesla flying over a residential street that resulted in a dramatic collision. SoCal grocery workers vote to on whether to begin a strike at Kroger supermarkets. Jim Henson Company's puppet wranglers complain about unsafe conditions and abuse.
This week, a very special "The Issue Is:," a journey through Los Angeles with Mayor Eric Garcetti. Over the course of one day, Garcetti and host Elex Michaelson hit the road, Garcetti behind the wheel, to explore the construction projects, landmarks, and favorite spots of the outgoing Mayor, who has been in office since 2013. In a wide-ranging conversation, the two talk openly about homelessness, rising crime, the city's COVID response, and questions over whether Garcetti lied to Congress during his confirmation hearing for U.S. Ambassador to India. There are also lighter moments, as Garcetti talks about his love of music, lessons he learned from his father, former District Attorney Gil Garcetti, and what he hopes his legacy will be.
Now that prom isn't virtual anymore, volunteer stylists helped hundreds of LA teens who can't afford to buy finery glam up for the big dance. Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley put a hold on LA Mayor Eric Garcetti's nomination to U.S. ambassador to India, saying he has proof that Garcetti lied to a congressional panel. LA Plaza Cocina is the U.S.' first museum dedicated to the richness and diversity of Mexican cuisine. Its first exhibit focuses on corn.
Support us on Patreon!Subscribe to the LA Newsletter! Read Edition 30 in your browser here.Subscribe to Thirty Mile Zone, LA Podcast's sister podcast about LA Movies.Below you can find links to some subjects discussed on LA Podcast #217Headlines:Republican Senator Chuck Grassley has objected to Garcetti's nomination to be Ambassador to India.Click here to learn about accusations that Mayor Garcetti perjured himself in front of the US Senate.Learn more about bargaining between grocery workers and their bosses across SoCal.Read more about the Provider Alliance mayoral candidate forum on homelessness.Watch it on Facebook video.
The baseball lockout is over, and inflation was up to 7.9% in the month of February. Conspiracy theories about the Biden administration wanting people to buy more electric cars. Garcetti might not be heading to India. There is a transgender serial killer in New York.
What's happening today: MLB players accept contract offer from team owners to end lockout; California will lift school indoor masking requirements on Friday, with L.A. County to follow soon; Grassroot effort sends emergency supplies to Ukraine; Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley holding up Mayor Garcetti's ambassadorship to India; NTSB releases report on helicopter crash that killed a Huntington Beach police officer. This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people. Support the show: https://laist.com
Contact:email@example.com@calpolicycenter.orgFollow Us:@DavidBahnsen@WillSwaim@TheRadioFreeCAShow Notes:Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, February 2, 1848Vice President Harris observes Holocaust Remembrance Day at inauguration of Honduran antisemiteGabbard says Biden picked ‘disaster' Harris due to same 'identity politics' behind Supreme Court searchWhite House frustrations grow over health chief Becerra's handling of pandemicNewsom, Garcetti, other California officials criticized for lack of masks at NFC gameOC Board of Education sues Newsom to end state of emergencySpotfiy removes Neil Young's music in protest over Joe RoganJoni Mitchell removes her music from Spotify, joining Neil Young in protestHead of troubled California employment agency leaves as fraud problems persistSingle-payer healthcare proposal fizzles in California AssemblyWhy single payer died in the California Legislature, againSingle-payer health care advocates rip Gavin Newsom for ‘flip-flop'Column: No debate on skyrocketing cost of California single-payer bill? So much for good governmentCalifornia Assembly passes “first of its kind” regulation billUCLA to resume in-person classes; suspect in custody in ColoradoLance Izumi, “The Homeschool Boom: Pandemics, politics, and possibilities”National Review's California Seminar SeriesCalifornia Policy Center looking for a Kern County directorSingle payer diagnosis: the union parasite is eating its own