Live With Lou - Radio Show 10/14/17

Live With Lou - Radio Show 10/14/17

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[Music] thank this some bull Democrats gonna go out here and shoot us up and then want to lecture us about gun control I have
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an idea for you let's ban democrats from getting firearms i mean most of you lunatics aren't mentally stable anyway i got a background check for you who did you vote for let's face it if you voted for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders you already fall under mentally he'll if you trigger by expressive thought and scream microaggression you definitely don't need a gun if everyone you disagree with is a Nazi you don't need a gun if you say things like you're a white male I'll actually be in white yourself you don't need a gun matter of fact the list of Democrats that have actually pulled off domestic terrorist activity is rather impressive but
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instead of actually acknowledging the problem let's blame it on the NRA and all these rednecks after all all white people are terrorists and all Trump supporters deserve to be six feet under right now because thinking like that is truly logical and these are the people that want to take your guns away from instead of worrying about what's good for all of America how about you get your own people in check because after all if we could get Democrats to stop shooting people then our crime rate would possibly dropped by 90% well good morning I hope you're doing okay this morning
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it's been a rough few weeks in our community here of a Yuba County and I want to just say to start off my condolences to those in the Cascade fire and on up the hill into Nevada County and that fire I can't remember that the name of it but our condolences to those that have lost animals and loved ones and houses and barns and property and
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just horrible and we want to say Santos wiki man and I want to express our condolences and our sorrow for your loss and if there's something we can do you think for you dial us on up today you can call us at 742 55555 three zero we're going to be talking to some about the fire relief today not the whole show won't be about that but we certainly want to be a conduit of information for
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Yuba County information services that are really gearing up are moving forward today and will continue over the next week or so to enable those that are victims of the fire to connect with resources that can make it easier to start over early this morning I was well let me just stop finish a couple things
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and get them out of the way if you wondered what you're listening to today you're gonna listen to the truth there's a guy named Soren Kierkegaard who was a philosopher that I studied a little bit in college but my brain was still partly mush back then I hadn't fully formed so things like philosophy didn't really set well with me at that time it was just kind of a blur but he said this he said there are two ways to be fooled one is to believe what isn't true
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and the other is to refuse to accept what is true so we're gonna work at some truth today I'm talking about a local area this is the Patriot if you wondered km YC 14 10 a.m. if you're in an area where the reception is lousy you can go onto your computer and go to km YC 1410 sorry K myc radio.com km YC radio.com
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that's an M not an N in like in michie km YC radio calm and click on the listen live button if you have problems getting us if there's technological problems like there has been the last couple weeks you can just say screw it and go to one I blind media that's four words all spelled out one I blind media within the next 20 or 48 hours 24 to 48 hours and you can listen to the whole show there
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even if you don't hear it here like I think we lost an hour was it last week and the story was that it was because of Sun bursts so to me that's Tweaker talk and I don't know whether I'm gonna buy that or not but the bottom line is no matter it was elephants elephants farting in the backyard or or Sunburst right I didn't notice any other stage stations going off the air but whenever
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you can't hear us if we've actually done the show which last week's was pre-recorded because I was coming back from Vietnam at least I thought I was anyway I don't know where I was anyhow oh that's right you you weren't gonna be here now that's what the deal was so yeah Wicca man couldn't be here so we pre-recorded the show but it didn't play the first hour but you if you're concerned or interested you can go back and go to one I blind media that's a YouTube channel go to youtube
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one I blind media click on one I blind media go to their channel click on playlists and you can listen to the whole thing - a lot of the bumper music because they can't put it on YouTube and it's - all the commercials some of the commercials you should listen to because they're good commercials they're not commercials for money but they're just information stuff so you can always do that when you get really frustrated you're just gonna have to go
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if you smoke marijuana just have it smoke a bud or some honey oil or have a drink or if you don't do any of that stuff go for a run or workout at the gym then come back 48 hours later go to Chris Starkey's one I blind media and all life will be pleasant it'll be euphoric for you according to what people tell me so there are two ways to be fooled one is to believe what isn't true that's called being deceived and the other is to
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refuse to accept what is true and that's just being stubborn so we have been through hell in Yuba County where we're broadcasting from we're out here at Mount huth surrounded by marijuana grows and cannabis fumes and we're we just had a really bad fire move through here and just kick our rear in and so Cal Fire's said that a fire
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the size of the Cascade fire should have had 3,000 workers and at one point I think we had 682 that's called kicking getting your ass kicked and so there you have it mr. Jerry Brown who has been screwing the rural area out of their tax dollars taking extra hundred and fifty per habitable dwelling and not putting it back into firefighters and fire apparatus but putting it into education
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and bureaucracy thank you very much mr. brown four years of that hundreds of millions of dollars going into foofaraw and not equipping fire fighters to fight the fires but just talking about intellectual exercises sending people brochures and websites about how you can prevent a fire you know maybe we could just put Smokey Bear in front of every house or something
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like that so anyway I just wanted to mention a couple things to you about the fire I was talking to Russ brown public information officer for Yuba County early this morning he sound tired like a lot of people over here and he said that that he may actually if he has time he may call in here in an hour and give you a little update but he's over the Yuba Sutter fairgrounds where the the evacuation center is still open many
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people have left and gone back to their homes or at least to see their homes many of the homes are gone over 100 and many homes that are still there are blackened in the interior with smoke and will not be inhabitable until they're stripped of sheetrock and all the other stuff inside carpet flooring sheetrock and have a proper restoration done on them but people are going back to see what happened in what's left and but the roads he said are open he said
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PG&E has not restored power to all the area but they've done an amazing job between a hundred he quoted me a hundred and something I'll just say between a hundred and two hundred powerful --zz have already been reinstalled new poles have been installed where they were either they were burned and blown over so for those that are have been hearing that there's going to be centers where you can get some help and information I
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want to just tell you about that and there's one Center at the loma Rica Lions Club they're calling these information centers where they're going to prepare you for the next few days low Marika Lions which is an information center that's at five six six of Fruitland road 5 667 Fruitland road in loma rica and there are people there
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from ten to six today tomorrow Monday and Tuesday 10:00 to 6:00 and they will provide you the information it's most current and and help you and lead you to resources that will take some of the sting out of this terrible loss you've had also at the Yuba Sutter Fairgrounds the same type of information will be available there today through Tuesday
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from 10:00 again this morning until 6:00 each day this is all going to lead up to according to Russ brown information officer for Yuba County this is all going to prepare you to get organized in other words that these information centers they're going to tell you how to get prepared to get help in other words taking an inventory of your property what's lost what needs to be repaired the type of things you're going to need
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so when you get to the help center at the Government Center one-stop help center or what they call the local assistance center that's going to open up on Wednesday Wednesday Thursday Friday of this coming week and that's where all kinds of agencies from federal state county nonprofits all kinds of people will be there to help you with everything from how to get immediate tax relief so you're not paying taxes on a
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building that's now gone to waiving all your building fees or the majority of your building fees may be all of them and etc etc so again these are information centers currently that are going to tell you how to prepare to walk in and really get some help because they're going to ask you information that you're going to need so you need to be prepared for the Wednesday Thursday Friday event at the Government Center at the base of the 10th Street bridge at
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ninth and high street and where the supervisors chambers are the big room they're gonna turn that into a one-stop arena of agencies where you can just go from one to one to what you know one to another and get the get your needs met and that Center is going to be open to Wednesday Thursday Friday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. so if you're working you can jam in there after you get off work hopefully if you're day working during the day so I
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also wanted to mention we had a trauma intervention program meeting Thursday night and we work closely with clean right build right which is a rest fire restoration organization a business here in town and it's also they also get rid of hazardous waste or bio waste when someone dies and there's a mess in the home so we refer people to them if they
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need help as well as to other businesses but they happen to be at the meeting Pam Allyson who is a PR person for them our community liaison they were she was at the meeting Thursday night and she said hey I want to let you know this a service that most people may not know we have and because we've been giving out Maggie Capitano with who was the insurance agent for tip also is the insurance agent for many people up in those foothills and so she was asking me
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her office hey Lou can you provide us with resources etc for our clients and other people at the fairgrounds so there's two websites Yuba Sutter tipped org and click on resources for to learn how to help people and how to help yourself and then there's when tragedy strikes org when tragedy strikes org which is how to help others there's a there's a column how to help others and then there's a column on help you need
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yourself very good literature there you can download it for free you can print it for free or you could just read it and so one of the things that Maggie Caputo office Farmers Insurance at Oulu this is a hot item you gave us everybody wants a copy is a book that we give out to residential structure fire victims what it's called when when after the fire returning to normal and it's actually a small booklet it's an eight and a half
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by eleven but it's a booklet and it covers like all the things you need to think about after you've gone through a loss from a fire so we've been handing out hundreds of those and so one of the things that Pam Allison brought up at the meeting because I was briefing people on the fire at the meeting the other night and she said oh this is a service that we could help with aside from restoration that we could do it at no costs are very low cost now this I didn't think was possible because
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people ask a all my clothes were in there like there was a lot of fires out a lot of houses that were burned and other facilities that were burned but a lot of homes were were smoke damaged to the extent in order to fix that you can't just wipe it off and paint you've got to pull the sheetrock out pull the flooring out and you're gonna have to seal the studs just like you wouldn't almost in a flood and start over but she said Lou we can clean people's clothes
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and I thought oh I didn't know people could do that I just thought you wash them a few times and see if it works otherwise you toss them but she said no we can clean them we have a company that uses an ionized system too and she said if they'll bring their clothes in plastic bags we can get them in 24 to 48 hours we can get them back to them clean no smoke smell at all and it isn't through a normal laundry system so if you're interested in that now here's the
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other thing that I thought was amazing what do you do with furniture like with fabrics like a couch or chair and and it's smoke damaged you can actually bring that to they have a room where you can leave that in there in a room and they turn on their machine and it will remove that smell out of there not a miracle so she said she can pull that off and actually she can put one of their machines inside your car
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and take the smoke out of your take that smell out of your car so here's the deal I'm going to give you the address I'm gonna give you the phone number of clean right build right in Yuba City and you can if you want to work at cleaning those clothes instead of writing them off and tossing them they can help you and and some of your furniture right so the number seven forty to fifty twenty four seven four to five zero two four I'll mention that later in the show as
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well and they're located at three five zero bridge Street just after you go over the 5th Street bridge into Yuba City the right there on the left before you get up to Shasta and Plumas in those cross streets 350 bridge street clean right build right Pam Allison she may not answer the phone but that's their main number and seven four two five zero two four so I thought that was very interesting so we'll see whether rust Brown calls me if he does
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not we will we'll do a repeat on this but Russ may have some other information again if you if you need some if you're running around town you need a meal you're you're you're from the fire operation you can go into youth center fairgrounds now one of the disappointing things about this fire is typical of every emergency unscrupulous people in our communities take advantage whether they there were
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rumors of looting and looting but there have been no reported incidences according to sheriff der fir that there has actually been a found case of looting but other things that happened as our trauma intervention program volunteers responded the very first night they were over at the hospital because they brought they brought hospice patients that were at home in in the low marika area they had to take them somewhere so they brought them in and admitted him to the hospital as well
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as people that were in the first hours of trying to get out of there they were so overwhelmed with smoke and problems that they needed medical care and so tip was involved there but then we were asked to come to the the shelter there at the fairgrounds to assist folks and be with folks and one of the things we witnessed were people that were homeless people from the the river coming in even though they had nothing to do with the
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fire and ripping off supplies food clothing for themselves pretending that they were fire victims so you know it's just the set some of the sad things about in any community it's it's not our communities any worse than any others it's just the people you have people in every community there's makers and there's takers and those would be what I call takers not
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makers in a community so there are a lot of resources right now and I know many of you that have lost lost anything whether you can't find your animals I know that Yuba Yuba County Sheriff's Department and their posse did an amazing job removing over a hundred cows and horses and getting them moved into the posse arena in Yuba County and the posse arena in Sutter County and the Yuba Sutter fairgrounds in Sutter County
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people did amazing things but I know that a lot of you have have losses you lost your pets you lost your animals that you're raising and in many cases you lost everything and so you can call the trauma intervention number 24 hours a day if you want to talk to somebody and that is five three zero six seven three ninety three hundred were the only 24-hour I mean you can go to the mental health crisis
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Clinic 24 hours a day but generally the were the only 24-hour helps operation for emotional care in the area 673 ninety three hundred you'll get a live person on the phone or four on the other line you'll get a voicemail but voice recording but you'll get a call immediately back particularly if it's the middle of night there's not that much action so six seventy three ninety three hundred and if you need if you get confused on where to go for and how to get resources and what to do call that
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number will will redirect you to the Yuba County Office of Emergency Services which appears to be highly organized and doing a great job so I heard there's going to be a Supervisors meeting tomorrow Sunday at least that's the way it was described to me tomorrow and they're gonna have a resolution to waive all kinds of fees that normally you'd have to pay oh by the way here's another thing that is really cool if you probably if you're up there in the foothills you've probably
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already found this if it's not there you can get one from the Office of Emergency Services or at one of these centers there if you've got damage there should be a stake in the ground and a plastic bag with a starter package of how to get going again and including free removal of debris on your property and all that kind of stuff there's a lot of free stuff there's a lot of how to's and it's in a plastic bag attached to a stake in the in your
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property so open that up and that will be the beginning of you starting over again and if that bag is gone or if you don't find it all you have to do is go to the go to one of these information centers and say I need one of those and then they'll direct you to where to get that okay so there should be a Russ Brown said this morning there should be a stake in the ground if you got damaged any kind of damage and a bag with all kinds of information and stuff in there
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to get you going to get your place cleaned up and begin to rebuild okay so we're to come back here we're gonna go on for three hours we'll be here til noon today if you have any questions call us 74 to 55 55 this is a patriot listen to live with Lou bringing new meaning to the
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term first responders fellow community members stepping forward volunteering their time to help others faced with it might be some of the most traumatic incidents in their lives it's called the trauma intervention program or tip it's been used in communities across the United States for years and it's volunteers have been dispatched to provide what they call emotional first-aid a collaboration between police paramedics fire departments and even hospital staff is making sure residents are emotionally taken care of in a time
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of crisis residents are volunteering their time with the trauma intervention program or tip dispatched to the scene of a fire accident or death to focus on the emotional needs of those left behind it's just being there and being comforting like a good friend or an extension of your family ready to assist sit and listen to community members in a time of tragedy to learn more about the trauma intervention program visit Yuba Sutter tipped org or call 673 9300 check out the territorial
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dispatched papers of weekly and can be obtained free in distribution for by mail through subscriptions only locally owned and operated newspaper in the region the paper is the rest of the story and also check out the e territorial it's an online version of the territorial dispatch which features local news and events for the Yuba Sutter Colusa and Nevada County areas you'll also find daily and breaking news updates current traffic and weather information along with a calendar of local events visit the e territorial at E territorial comm
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[Music] I'm Chrisann Hall and if you agree with me as Samuel Adams said that knowledge and virtue are the keys to preserving Liberty then join me for free at Liberty first University for a limited time we are offering a five day trial membership at no cost and no risk to you but as Sam Adams said our ignorance may cost us our liberties go to Liberty first University comm and enroll today for your five day
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free trial membership I've got some bad bad news for you you are being brainwashed and the reason why I said is because everything that you see here and read is influencing the way that you think now if you watch the news you might think this humans are getting worse it's getting less and less safe and everything is getting more dangerous but nothing can be further from the truth a Harvard professor actually did a study and found out that this is the safest time to be alive as a human to give you some statistics from the Bureau
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of Justice and from the FBI's website since 1993 firearm homicides have dropped 39% non-fatal firearm accidents have gone down 69 percent so if you watch the news you think the exact opposite of that you think that it's getting right now let's talk about the rest of the world is the rest of the world getting safer it absolutely is the amount of deaths per year per capita from war across the world is 1/12 of what it was in the
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1950s this is the safest time to be alive as a human now you might ask yourself why would the news concentrate on so much negativity if the wool is actually getting better and the reason why it's because they understand the way your brain works your brain is designed to look for the negative and the reason why is because your brain wants you to stay alive so it focuses on the negative so if the news puts out more and more negative you're more likely to watch your brain is going to get addicted to watching that negativity which in turn turns into more advertising dollars for the news companies that you're watching
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so of course it seems more negative of course it seems like the world is getting worse but there has never been a time where has been more safe to be a human than right now so what can you take from this instead of watching the news and thinking that the world is negative and allowing them to brainwash you you can brainwash yourself you can start reading books you can watch motivational or instructional or educational stuff on YouTube you can listen to podcasts because here's the deal no matter what you listen to or watch or read it's going to brainwash you so why don't you brainwash yourself
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with something that's going to be beneficial for you versus what the media continues to feed you if you continue to eat what they eat you you have to deal with the sickness that's going to happen all right so if you want to be brainwashed let me wash your brain I always talked to the inmates at Yuba County Jail about stinkin thinkin and so a lot of you out there are victimized by being
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brainwashed by the media and I haven't had a television hooked up since 1987 and I have been I've escaped that world and get my information elsewhere we got a call in and the question was is FEMA involved and yes FEMA is involved how they are going to help specifically down to the level of the homeowner I
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think you will find at the information centers and ultimately at what what they're calling the one-stop us see we have information centers now and then we're going to have assistance centers as soon as you get your trial your information together right it's kind of like when you get burglarized the first thing the cop says is what did you lose right and so you need to do an inventory
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of your house when you see it got broke in to figure out what you lost so they can start making writing their report and logging that so they can then if they find property it may be your property right in a burglary so fire same-same and damages and stuff so so yes FEMA is involved now this really steamed to me on the news I was listening I think it was decay fbk trying to find some information about the fires and because they were given
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the most current and broad information of the Northern California fires and they were interviewing a worthless politician by the name of John Garamendi and he's if you just imagine Obama Caucasian Obama that would be Garamendi there's always up us a pig sound when because he's since he graduated from college he's had his nose and the government trough so they were
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interviewing him and so he they were it was a discussion about FEMA and so they wanted to ask him about the local fires and so then he he couldn't have won he couldn't pass up the opportunity to then tell a lie which is that FEMA didn't respond well down in Puerto Rico which is an absolute lie even according to many Puerto Rican leaders aside from the
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that syphilis affected mayor of San Juan Puerto Rico right that tweeker or whatever she is done or she's a nutcase and so of course CNN focuses on all the people that have been damaged by syphilis if you think why I have syphilis on the mind it's a we have these health presentations that Yuba County jail and they said syphilis is out of control in California so if you thought maybe you thought you would mess around a
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little bit you better wear a condom so anyway but syphilis affects the brain and some of these politicians like John Garamendi who's a liar I took a shot at Trump I said you know something punk why don't you go up and help somebody like I I won't mention the firefighter leader that got a call that Garamendi wanted him to take him around and he said hey I'm trying to fight a fire rather than give tours with politicians you know I
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just thought you know something these people are so self self selfish self motivated it's just I don't rarely I I rarely get sick on my own it's usually politician induced and so anyway yeah FEMA's involved but how that all plays out I cannot answer that but I believe that who if Russ Brown
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calls it 10 a little after 10 will will ask him that question and I think probably that is being developed at this time you know the first it's interesting Chris Ann Hall who you just heard a commercial on who is an expert on the Constitution she was a she worked for the State Attorney's Office in Florida for years and she brought up the fact of why in the world how did we get to this
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place where we always are looking for the tit of government to fix everything we need where where has it where have we lost our way where Puerto Rico is like whining how we need to solve all their problems at the federal level why did Porto Rico they've had hundreds and hundreds of years to prepare prepare emergency bailout plans like like this for instance if your washer breaks down
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and it causes panic in your life that's not my fault you should have put money aside knowing that your washer doesn't have eternal life and your washer eventually is going to break down so why don't you just put aside five dollars a month and when your washer breaks down the only question you have to solve is which color and what brand do we want and replace it why can't government do the same thing knowing they're going to have eventual
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disasters floods fires whatever why do they suck every tax dollar out of the tax payer give it to pensions and give increase increase increase wages and pay for Supervisors why don't you put that money aside for a disaster and not have to ask anybody for help take solve the problem themselves now if all of us would do that and in some areas of the country are like that the Midwest when they have major floods they
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do that when you go to New Orleans who have been taught that they're all incompetent and they don't have the intelligence to manage and take care of their own lives that somehow the government is there because they can't manage by themselves the Constitution never did have a plan where the fet there was a be this massive federal government that would manage our lives and we'd have to go with our hand out to
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them to save us now reality is today yeah there is a FEMA and they run around it's called the Federal Emergency Management Agency so we've got this what we have folks is socialism and I don't care how Republican or how conservative your representative says he is they are promoting socialism today the only ones that aren't are ones that say we're not going to do that anymore and we're not going to we're not going to be involved in welfare anymore we're not going to be
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involved in handouts oh we're not going to pay the homeless to be homeless we're gonna we're gonna do something different right but but they say well but what what's happening is is we have a socialist country now and we have a federal government that was only supposed to be there to fight our enemies foreign enemies and now every time there's a disaster the opposition party takes things takes at least the
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Democrats do if it's a Republican office they take an opportunity to say how the government isn't doing its part wouldn't it be interesting if we just said the government doesn't have a part we just take care of it ourselves just ridiculous so Garamendi thought FEMA was okay locally but he wanted to take a shot at Trump for Puerto Rico in that ridiculous I'm just sick of it so all right so if you want to call in call in and leave a message and we'll answer
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your question 7 4 2 55 55 if you're confused on where the help is out there and in other words the assistance you know here's the deal when you have government involved in every move you make like it's interesting remember when the Galleria burned down Santos down here in Roseville and Governor Schwarzenegger was right before Christmas all those at October September October and that Galleria needed to have those Christmas sales remember that we talked about on
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the show here and swartz Nagar stepped in you know what he did he said we're gonna eliminate the bureaucracy that costs us a fortune and slows everything down in this state and we're just going to let you build and they got that place I think they got it back going so they can move back in and have some Christmas sales isn't that interesting how when there's an emergency you find out all kinds of ways that you can help people quicker so now the Board of Supervisors
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is going to waive all kinds of steps and fees and streamline and it said well if we could do it so good now it's amazing how we couldn't do it in normal times like for instance if if I was on the Board of Supervisors which I don't want to be but if I was I would say don't you think it's an emergency that Yuba County is one of the poorest counties in California and since it why
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don't we declare a state of an economic emergency and make it very enticing for businesses to come here and start up start-up businesses and make it really comfortable and and just bend over backwards and work 24 hours a day like I like these emergencies I don't I don't like emergencies the fact that people suffer that's hard for me but you know
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what I like about it people like her like available 24 hours a day and like somebody said the other day said well I hate to bother you or or I think it was when the guys called me the other night Robert Bend orphan and Russ Brown and said hey can you send us some tip people over and extra tip people and we sorry to bother you was about 8:00 or 9:00 at night I said hey tip and Denny's we're 24 hours a day right it's something I like 24 hours a day right I
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like I like businesses if I want to go shopping in the middle of night I like businesses that are open 24 hours a day I know some can't afford to be but wouldn't it be amazing if we just said if you want to start a business in Yuba County or Sutter County we're gonna sign a worker to you and we're gonna we're gonna work with you 24 hours a day to get that business up and going and streamline and get you going so we can put people to work up here right but
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there just isn't that zeal because it's government and at the end of the week you ever gone you ever driven someplace and when you get home you can't remember driving the route have you ever been at work and at the end of the week you think what did I accomplish this week and and and you can't even remember what you did that's a bad sign right there did you know in government like if you're in real estate sales and you
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don't have any sales that week you don't get paid in government you don't have to accomplish one thing all week and you that check just gets automatically deposited in your account your retirement fund is taken care of your insurance is taken care of if you don't feel like going to work you can just call in and lie and say - you're sick and voila life goes forward so there's no hurry there's always que sera sera whatever
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will be will be and fate will take care of itself if you're if God wishes you to have a business here it will come to pass it's just this lackadaisical woopty doopty do now I was uh I was in talking to my friend Randy Mitchell now I I get a kick out all this homeless talk oh we're gonna be we're gonna we're gonna run we're gonna give the homeless a path to self-sufficiency we're gonna help the
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homeless oh yeah we're not going to arrest the panhandlers we're not going to do this you can they can come and crap on Lou's lawn all they want but it's okay with us what we're going to be kind we're a sanctuary city for vagrants rebels tweakers and the whole bunch right and then when you get a guy like Randy Mitchell at the uppercuts of barbershop who was homeless uh-huh before homelessness was cool
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and when he was a child and his parents were were dopers and they were in the river bottoms and so Randy knows what homelessness is like and he got himself in juvenile hall that's where I met him years and years ago 20 years ago and he wasn't a Tweaker he used to beat kids up take their clothes because he didn't have enough and so they put him in juvenile hall over and over again right he never went to prison his daddy did
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but Randy he ended up with three kids he's a single single dad and he started he learned how to he went to barbering school and then he opened his own shop called uppercuts barber shop and so what happened is people keep spreading rumors at his gang member and any he he took over the cigar box which is a little
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pool hall in a bar and you can get some food there and he keeps getting harassed by the food services people at the city the county and the state like the other day they were cooking some hotdogs at some event and the state of California was there they got reported this is how to run businesses out of town now in the so people keep complaining he's got the busiest barber shop in town but he says losing keep spreading rumors
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he thinks law enforcement doing it that he's a gang member and he says they keep spreading it in my kids school and he said I'm not a gang member right he said I know gang members and I said I was talking to him yesterday in the shop and I said yeah I said I have breakfast and lunch with gang members myself I said so I'm not a gang member but I have acquaintances that are gang members so anyway in this I notice in this appeal Democrat article on October 9th Monday
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it says MJ USD marisol Joint Unified School District to host gang awareness seminar and the Yuba County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Leslie Carr BA who's a nice lady she listed the highest profile gangs in the area are these Vario Linda reefa Yuba City norteños east mark Medes norteños six bloc Crips West Linda Trece and The Devil's
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disciples outlaw motorcycle gang well it's interesting because Randy Mitchell says Lou I've been involved in The Devil's disciples outlaw motorcycle gang for a long time and he said there aren't gang met we're not gang members they're just a lot of Vietnam vets and all kinds of people and that that know if that Devil's disciples bothers you most Christians don't even believe in the devil so get over you know most of you don't even believe in the devil so don't get all worried about a name like that
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it's just a name and it started back in the 60s so he says Lou look at this right in the paper it says The Devil's disciples that's a motorcycle group that I'm involved in and he said we just ride motorcycles so anyway it's interesting he said Lou the city of Marysville has harassed me on everything I do if I want to cook a hamburger they're on my back if I put out a sign they're on my back if I want to do remodeling and I got a trailer parked here they're
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gonna tow my trailer it's just constant constant Scott you know I was noticing in Marysville there's just more and more empty buildings and I just wonder whether the goal is to just like empty the whole place out and get it all on welfare and subsidies because Randy's got two businesses of the cigar box and and also right around the corner is his barbershop the uppercuts barbershop and and they just harass both of them and to
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me it don't seem right to me now my feeling is I do a lot of work in the Yuba County Jail and my feeling my goal is is to see people change their lives now a lot of my friends used to be up to no good and now they're up to a lot of good they do a lot of good things here and around the world but once upon a time they were in trouble well they were heroin addicts or they killed somebody or they used to beat people up or they were gang members or whatever whatever and they don't do that no mo so I thought in this country that if you did
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your time you did the crime and you did your time we were supposed to welcome you back to society now I understand the concept of In God We Trust all others we monitor that's why we have probation and parole but the goal is is if we always want to label somebody you're bad you're bad you're bad now Randy has tattoos but I noticed a lot of you middle-class moms you're out getting them tramp stamps right above your butt and and then
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getting them tats down on your ankles right and getting a little butterflies and stuff and you're thinking oh that's cool right and you use gang terminology like oh he's got my back you notice all that gang you talk like a gang member you look like a little tramp looked like a little gang member slut and then you want to take shots at a guy that that never was a gang member but used to be involved in criminal activity but now raises three kids pays taxes coaches
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coaches softball teams his kids are in college and you want to like talk trash about him hi I just wish what I'd like to have is what a law enforcement guys call me up and let's have a talk about Devil's disciples outlaw motorcycle gang and let's see some some evidence that these boys are bad bad gang members because I'm afraid at this big conference they're gonna have it's on October 25th at 5:30 over here at mayors Lajoie
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unified are they gonna trash the uppercuts barbershop is that what they're gonna do so you know I don't know if they don't have their facts straight maybe that slander and maybe you could get sued over that I think that's what's eventually gonna happen you know it's funny how government you know why government gets sued so much because nobody takes any personal responsibility over there and so they just think ah well insurance will cover it yeah I've heard supervisors say oh
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yeah we got that's what we got shirts for let people just screw up talk trash get get all loose with people right wait when you know you're gonna get sued personally you're a little careful aren't you about what you say right so just hold that thought well let's see we got a couple minutes okay I got I got my tax bill my property tax bill island a house right that's all I own I I mean
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property I got a couple of that I got a car and I got my computer that's about it if everything went up smoke actually I could probably do better in a hotel room my house anyway it's less maintenance so uh at this point in my life but I got my tax bill and I was telling you last week how Yuba college is not gonna out any students that are here illegally and how they're going to pay for these daca you know these kids that came in here illegally they're gonna like not only protect them but
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they're going to give them they're gonna weigh their out-of-state tuition fees and they're going to pay their fief their daca fee which is an apple Kayson where you can stay an extra two years while you fight your immigration case and I thought well that's I don't like that because that's my money you know something if I want to help a doc a student I help them what I don't like is when somebody else wants to help them then they take my money right out of my pocket and I know some my tax bill I want to tell you right after we come
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back about what Yuba college is taken right out of my pocket and giving it to students I don't even belong in the United States of America we'll be right back you're listening to the station that's been owned and operated by your friends and neighbors for over 72 years lou broadcasting hiya
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Yuba County on the phone is promised to you we've got you Thank You Russ for calling I gave a little overview early on about what we talked about earlier rust can you just why don't you just give us an overview of how we can best help those folks that are damaged by this fire Oh right now the most important thing is to get them the information they need kind of getting them going the right direction and they're getting that information as well it's it's we're trying to look forward later this week
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on Wednesday when we open up these centers that will allow them to have a one-stop shop essentially for all the different services that they need to kind of get moving forward again things like working with the Social Security working with insurance agencies working with the various departments in the county and such that kind of get them permanent and getting moving forward to help get their lives back on track there's gonna be a long weeks and months ahead of recovery so but but it's just
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one Center at starting Wednesday is all at the government center the government for three days they'll be open from 10:00 in the morning and so I ate in the evening - to have these people set up so it people to come there and talk to whomever they need to to kind of get on track again okay what we had a caller earlier that asked about FEMA do you have any ocean health is FEMA going to be there or how are how can they help the individual homeowner or they mainly gonna help county the county expenses of
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fighting this fire how it's the whole gamut and they've been very much involved they're gonna be working with homeowners as well that to some extent they've been here at the entire week with us okay kind of working through things and in this disaster so yes I mean they're the they are they're great working on that with it well you know one of the listeners was interested in that and I didn't really I I thought they were here but I didn't know what level they were gonna engage with folks oh that's great so and I I mentioned that that you're open there at the
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fairgrounds right now right that is that what are you there are you all ready we have two locations one the fairgrounds right next to the Franklin Hall where there there's currently still a shelter and will be for a while okay I'll set up for those at this place also one of the at the lion Lions Club up in Lowell Rica okay and I got that address you gave me so and and that's really preparing giving information to prepare people on and how to engage at the assistance
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center right on that organize today through Tuesday did general information we're trying to get people in the right direction that they're looking for information now yeah so can you explain the stake in the ground and the packet that you left for people right our community element folks what they did is that they they started working over this week to get ahead of things they put stakes in the ground at each piece of property with a bag on it that holds information that they need to
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kind of get started and information on how the approach will be to clear land of debris things assigned make sure they're a waiver so people can get onto their property to clear debris all the information was in there and it's it's being made available immediately so that people at least when people show up at their property they kind of see the first steps they need to take yeah so if someone for instance if if we missed a piece of property could they get that bag directly from you folks oh yes contact us and we'll even run up the hill to them
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we're kind of determined right now to to get information to folks where they are as opposed to having them run around too much and with that would that number be seven four nine seventy seven hundred that's a good place to start because that comes in and we have a 24-hour line set up we have people working the call center from this County workers that has just been in there every day since it started okay so if they don't that they didn't get the bag on the stake seven four nine seventy seven hundred we'll get ahold of Community Development and make sure that gets to them and so you mentioned that if they had just you know
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if the place was trashed by the fire there's a lot of debris and they just need to get it off there you guys will actually help do that right we we have that set up to have that done and all we need is there them to sign that waiver so they can to allow right the passes to get into that property to permit someone to come on in there and clean it I understand that a lot you want to kind of find their their personal belongings before that check to see where they get salvaged and we understand that just be careful not to this is required you can't move things off the footprint of
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the property in your effort to find things just make sure you keep things within there because once you move it off and we can't come in and and be a part of that just by regulations okay I need some clarifications so if they the bill head of your property of where the burn is don't be take your own bring in your own Bobcat or whatever and push things off while you're searching for things to clear your own land push it off where to somebody else's property oh yeah well gets off of the footprint of wherever your home was okay don't
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disturb it too much if we understand it we're gonna go through and find right whatever they can I got you don't disturb it too much because we that that's that precludes us from coming in okay I got it yeah so art at the shelter are you still serving some meals over there absolutely Red Cross and our health Human Service public health folks are going strong okay working at working there and they're gonna keep doing that as long as we need to it work we're trying to let people work through the process there are insurance getting into hotels in other places where they can
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stay yeah safely and let's see what else was I gonna ask you it escaped any other any other wilife there's one other thing I wanted to ask you but I can't think of it right now you is there any other things that we need to cover here yeah just anybody returning remember they're an awful lot of PG&E and Kalla fire folks still out there watching for hotspots and other workers kind of moving about the looky-loos won't help yes so there's still but not polls right they're still
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they're still trying to restore power right they're trying to get there so if you a quite a few areas that still need to get power restored the roads dog debris on unbranched a lot of trees are burned and and in peril falling over so we wanted to go see how they're moving around that but you said earlier let's just make this clear you said that all the roads are open now so now people that are trying to you know maybe they got bad information they can they can
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all go back to their properties come back to their property okay and the thing is once you pull off off the road and onto a long driveway or something I'd be very careful you know cryin in those terms not all the roads are closed in terms of those little private driveways and such got it okay all right anything else no just you know the call centers there the will mention behind 7700 call us if you have any questions what we're happy to answer them we'll have the information table set up from this is from 10:00 to 6:00 each day right at those two locations of
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fairgrounds in loma Rica Lions Club okay I'd have two information set up and handed I understand that almost all the information was handed already we barely start but little Rico Center work again Oh yari they blew it right out of there how one piece of information we have these packets all right we'll produce more of it it helps you what kind of those have really long everything to help calculate right mine will take an inventory off yeah to help get it dollar value started so they get recover faster got it okay well we've we've given out the number here if anybody has any questions or they're there needs some
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guidance so we'll we'll keep connecting thanks so much for taking the time to call Russ thank you much okay see you later all right that was Russ Brown and he is with the Yuba County and he the public information officer and he is working along with a team of people that have been working 24 hours a day call center and didn't doing a great job one of our tip volunteers is over there who works for the county and she's been involved in wells another tip volunteer trauma intervention who has been working
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a lot for the posse removing animals and saving animals and just helping out manage things up there so if you have any questions you got whoever I called on the FEMA thing you got that question answered so alright let's see I wanted to just say before we got back to what I was talking about that this show is not
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sponsored by the government it's brought to you by people that that want a perspective shared in our community and so they're individuals that you know you think what can I do to make a difference and people say oh I don't I don't believe in voting I don't do this on a date well really what they do is just sit around drink beer and sit on a couch and think then they whine about America right so I have some friends that that got me involved in this this program and said hey we'll pay for the time because
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the paid the I'm not good enough yet for this station to pay me so anyway folks pay my way here but others actually pay some of the cost of being on the radio it's not free and one of those is the Sutter buttes Tea Party Patriots Sutter buttes Tea Party Patriots who have been around for a number of years now and remember when the Tea Party movement sprung up and the Democrats just threw a big fit and oh yeah these are like terrorists and
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they're this and they're that and they're white you know the races remember all those things remember that and they mocked them on CNN made sexual jokes about tea bags and all that kind of stuff remember that well these are actually good people they're like salt of the earth type people they're people that there's a fire there's a catastrophe they're the first people there to try to help and so they are still meeting in this area and and standing up and for
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what's right and informing the public you know a lot of people just don't know what's going on that's most people I'd say they just have no idea what's going on why things happen the way they have happened and they see the results and they think who made that decision how'd that happen so the Sutter buttes Tea Party Patriots meet the first and third Monday night of each month at 6:30 doors open at 6:00 and they meet out at a building on the Church of glad-tidings campus at 1179
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Eagle Road that's highway 99 at eager or Live Oak Boulevard at eager building 200 and they are meeting two days from now on Monday night and they're gonna have a great topic and it's a topic that actually affects all of us and it's floods bummer right we just got through forest fires I was telling some of the other day I lived I live in Marysville so when it's really high water and the
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levees are got boils on them I think I should move up to Loma Rica right up in the foothills then when they have a fire I think oh I'm glad I'm down in the valley so we have some challenges here and so they are having the what we call Cebu fkoc which is Sutter Butte two counties not Sutter buttes the mountain range with Sutter Butte Flood Control Agency is going to be there answering questions there's a couple people from there gonna be there informing on the
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progress of working I think over on over 30 miles of levee from beginning up in Butte County and down through Sutter County protecting to the west of the Feather River because the Feather River is the dangerous River and when it gets high it wants to leak through and it just wants to come on through into where we want to live and so back in 2010 there was a big push to have the voters vote to assess
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themselves a lot of money on top of all those property taxes and bonds and everything that are on your property taxes to assess themselves fees every year for the next 30-some years to pay for a redo of that levy that runs down the west side of the Feather River so that's been going on and since we passed that well what happened is they tried to pass that before and people voted
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against it because they didn't trust the people who are running the county to put it very sprit II sad right when you have people that are supposed to be the leaders of County and you think they're they're liars and ripoffs so you vote against something so in order to get the most support to get that measure passed the people behind this flood control measure they were desperate because Yuba County had already done their levies we were already working on their levies and we're doing really well and so but
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setters were poorest they had a lot of flaws in them and they knew they were going to have big problems and the insurance rates were going up because they they didn't have the levies up to the proper standard so they the leaders of this movement went to the Sutter taxpayers association Sutter County taxpayers and said listen we need your support and they said we'll give you a support on a condition and that condition is that you have a Citizens Advisory Committee that is overseeing
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and and and informed and you'll you'll be transparent with them and you will inform them of how you're doing what you're doing and they'll get to look at the books and the salaries and the decisions you make so we can justify and affirm the fact that you're honest and you're you're making a good use of our money because people were trusting the government to add more dollars to their
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properties that they'd have to pay a fee that they'd have to pay every year so at the church where I attend I mean even nonprofit had to pay who are tax-exempt and so we pay I don't know it was thousands of dollars a year towards this Cebu fika so lo and behold here recently Cebu Focus says we're short of money so and we don't think we don't like this citizens advisory committee so they voted to
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eliminate it and so after promising they lied right they promised and then while no one was really paying attention or a few people cared there were a few people that fought it they just thought I will just get rid of that and you and just the same old thing where the government you can trust us well the government is the last people you can trust I just don't say that from personal experience of founding if you take the time to read the founding fathers documents they said the same darn thing don't trust government in
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fact have a lot of weapons and teach your kids how to use them because we may have to shoot the government right that's exactly what they said it wasn't it didn't have anything about protecting against criminals or shooting a deer or a duck it was shooting the government put that in your pipe and smoke it if you haven't had a bowl of weed yesterday so anyway here we have Cebu fika is now lying to us and kill this committee and
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they are going to be speaking at the Sutter Beach Tea Party Patriots meeting this coming Monday night so today's the 14th 15th 16th glad tidings you can get there at 6:00 they have refreshments anybody's welcome at any of their meetings they don't have a membership as such where they exclude people so anybody from any County you can just dip in there and get it on and they're interested and more and more people being informed and becoming activists like I've always told them I said you
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know they're your best work as the tea party was done when you were showing up at City Council meetings and supervisors meetings all in the same color shirts and saying we like that or we don't like this and we're gonna work against you if you don't like go along with us right so so check it out I just drove over the Lee the bridge yesterday and I was just checking that levee out between the two bridges along it right along downtown Yuba City they're reworking that whole
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stretch because the that darn levee keeps leaking there they just keeps leaking and so they're back over there trying to repair that thing after they worked all the way through this area once before so they're back at it so check it out okay we're also supported by a couple friends of mine that go back over 40 years and one is Dave green it's with greenest construction and he he is an amazing carpenter and just an amazing
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guy and you know I always make a joke of independent contractors who are so independent they'll tell you they're coming by to start the job and they don't show up yeah it's like the weather you don't know what's gonna happen but with Dave that's not true in fact with Dave and my friend Ted Holmes that plumbing doctor they're on it you if they promise you something they're gonna do it even if it costs them something even if they promise you something and they up but this thing's not working out the way I thought it's gonna cost me a lot more money they'll just eat it they just they're honest people and they do
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great work and and you can actually I'm sure you don't want to look at a toilet or anything for the plumbing doctor but you can look at Dave greenest remodels on kitchens and baths there no but there's none like them in the area you can go to Green it's GRE en etz construction calm and check his stuff out he didn't steal those photos from some other web site or off the internet of some Photoshop deal it's actually his work in the local area so anyway I hope
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you use those guys I use both of them they helped me keep my life together one of the many resources that folks that shore me up so I was talking earlier before we got on to listening to Russ brown and then talking about the tea party I wanted to go back to this thing where the public education are really you know they think they're separate and exempt from the laws that we operate under I
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remember when I used to attend Sac State people used to smoke dope do drugs and just they just thought the cops can't do anything to us here on this campus and we can say what we want we can do what we want we can tell them they're all pigs and f off and well you have us wild when I was down at Sac State and I and that was a conservative college that was considered a commuters college from business people and stuff coming in there and workers so I was noticing that in my tax bill from my house I have a little postage stamp lot very small lot
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with a house in downtown Marisol and I notice that over eighty five dollars I have to pay on my tax bill for school bonds for Marisol Joint Unified and for Yuba County Yuba college and it's interesting so I have a state now I don't have any kids in school I'm long past those years and I've owned homes since about the 1911 communally up until about 1981 and probably wasn't I didn't
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even get started till I was in my thirties to even owned a home or buy a home because I didn't have any money and but I've owned homes since then I've been paying taxes and of course back in the day I had some kids in the school and felt good about supporting that but now I'm paying eighty five dollars a year towards these schools and you could just multiply it towards all the people in the Yuba Community College District all over the counties multiple counties and then they tell you that your kid
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who's a citizen here got to pay the normal fees or if there's a kid from Oregon that wants to come down here you got to pay out-of-state fees but if you're illegal if you broke the law coming here then you don't have to pay out-of-state fees and in fact if you're illegal here they're not going to they're not going to cooperate with law enforcement and if you're legal here they're actually going to pay your application to not be deported out of my tack stallers in that amazing I think that's
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wrong and I think it's a ripoff to the taxpayer it's one thing if if if they're gonna like say well we're not gonna work they say we don't have to tell you know it's all like it's you know like in medical to hospital the HIPAA rules which they can't divulge anything about your medical stuff to anybody else it's like they're taking that on unpolitical now there isn't a week goes by that a dakka dakka kid they're not kids are up to 31 years of age a doc a person
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illegal murder somebody rapes somebody shoots somebody runs over somebody drunk right so they're not exceptional kids they're just people right they're not like star athletes or brainiacs so that that we recruited to come here to go to college no they're not any of that they're just people that their parents broke the laws and brought them in here and they never they never got their citizenship they've been to be an underground and so anyway in fact I had a gal that was in Yuba County jail
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she was an illegal shieff committed a crime she got out fodder case and they kept her she went on Facebook and started talking trash about America and I hosted her down and in all since she said although I'm sorry you're right you know she want one out of one side her mouth she wants to be a citizen on the other side she's trashing the country I said why don't you run there's 221 countries why get stuck on America are we out of time we're out of time I won't be right back I think we got well we've got an hour and a half left all right hang with us
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the e territorial at e territorial comm a lot of people believe that health care is a right well that is utter nonsense people don't have an understanding what is a right let me just briefly explain what a right is a right is something that exists simultaneously among people a right does not confer any obligation on another let me give an example this my right to free speech does not impose
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an obligation on another except that of non-interference my right to travel who traveled to Texas the travel to California does not impose an obligation on somebody else that is we share these rights simultaneously now when somebody's talking about a right to health care whether he can pay for it or not that's not a right because that imposes an obligation on somebody else
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that is if you have a right to medical care whether you can pay for it or not it of necessity means that somebody else does not have a right to what he earned because the government does not get the money from the tooth fairy or Santa Claus it has to get it from somebody and so you're right if you say you're right to medical care that you did not earn or you have a right to housing or food that you did not earn it of necessity means somebody else must not have a right to
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something that he did earn now the way the rights are used now by the by the left in our country and so in many of the right as well my right to travel free freely would mean that you have to pay for an airline ticket for me and hotel accommodations or my right to free speech would impose an obligation on others to buy me a studio to buy me a microphone ladies and gent
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there are not rights they are merely wishes now if you say that if you wish everybody had health care everybody had insurance then I would agree with you because I wish every American had it too I wish every American had a nice car nice house had a good job but it's not it right so there's a difference between
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wishes and rights and when you allow government to say well we're going to create this right we're gonna create that right even though people don't have the money then it's taken away rights from other people is that fair is that any kind of justice now so you say well Williams well what are we gonna do what what could we do without a food stamp program we absolutely need a food stamp program well when people say that we absolutely
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need this program of that program I always ask what did we do before me in the case of food stamps when the poor Irish were landing in 1840s fleeing the potato famine landing in New York without anything was there food stamp program or did they just die on the streets were you stepping over dead bodies all over New York because of people starving that's not a part of our history so we have to always ask the
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question what did we do before and more importantly what is the constitutional authority for the federal government be doing it alright welcome back you're listening to the Patriot kmy c14 10:00 a.m. this is Lubin injure you listen to live with Lou here with the wiki man Santos vigil and you know a couple weeks ago I had to go up to Reno to go to the National tip conference we move it around every year so there's a number of
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tip programs around the United States Yuba Sutter tip was the eighth in the United States started in 1994 December and we learned about it because it was starting in Las Vegas and I heard about it through a friend of mine and so I called San Diego where it originally started and thought huh I wonder if this is a good program / up here because I was doing some chaplaincy work and so anyway each year trauma intervention
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program leaders from different cities like Portland Vancouver up here Portland Oregon Vancouver Washington and Portland Maine and Pensacola Florida and Reno Las Vegas Orange County San Diego County around the there's it there's a few programs not a lot but there's a few programs and we cover a few hundred cities and have a couple thousand volunteers so anyway I was up the and so we did a pre-record and so we did that did that
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Friday Saturday training or conference and so I was there with all the people from around the country and then we all took off and I came down the hill from Reno and and then the next day on Sunday it caught a plane to Vietnam and so we did another pre-record so anyhow but the reason I bring it up is that when the Las Vegas leader Jill Roberts went back to San Diego that next week the Mandalay
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hotel shooter started up and and started firing at a crowd of about 23,000 people just a ways from the Mandalay hotel and and began to kill people and wound people and so Las Vegas Nevada trauma intervention program responded to that and I've been watching on Facebook they've been posting some stories and
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they they have helped but a few a week ago they had helped over 2,500 people through their volunteers they were they posted themselves at five different hospitals in Las Vegas assisting wound the wounded that went to five different hospitals they were also at the Metropolitan Police Department operating out of there as well as other spots but they've done some great work they have a big program they do they have probably over a hundred volunteers and but they just did some amazing work and they're
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getting high praise from the city in fact one I think it's a medical group they hosted their monthly meeting at their offices and when they came in they they had all their employees from this big medical company I know it's insurance company or whatever lining the hallways in kind of a making a human tunnel with thank-you cards and high-fiving all the volunteers coming in paying for their meeting and fee and all kinds of stuff so the city is
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really rallying to say thank you very much to tip so that was a really a proud moment for a lot of us that are involved in tip around the country obviously we all support one another when RINO had their Air Races crash and a lot of people were killed and a lot of maimed from that crash of the airplane same thing up there so tip here locally it's interesting because you'd think oh man they're doing 100 150 calls a month at Portland Oregon and and Las Vegas big
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programs but we actually do the highest number of responses per capita in the nation here and it isn't because more bad things happen in Yuba Sutter than happen in big cities it's just that the emergency response agencies utilize us more they just they just want us as they tap into the resource more and it was interesting because a friend of mine Randi Potts who owns Randy's towing service I've known Randy and Sarah for
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years they just you know 20 years probably but Randy one of his daughters was driving a car the other day and a man ran out into the street and ran in physically on foot ran into the side of her car and fell over and it was hauled to the hospital and died at the hospital and obviously the the teen daughter was or maybe she was 20 I don't know teens probably she was hysterical obviously and so Randy being a tow truck
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driver knew and knew me knew about tip and he actually instead of law enforcement or fire or by County ambulance calling tip or the hospital Randy actually asks the emergency responders hey can you call a tip person to help my daughter so it's pretty cool but we're on we operate in this area on donations we don't get government funding we never have and that's that's not true of most other tip programs in the country in fact I think all of them besides us will not operate in a
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community without some sort of government help it doesn't carry the program but some sort of government help and so in other words if you've accounted wanted to help us in Sutter County didn't tip tip typically wouldn't they wouldn't serve Sutter County they just say no you don't want to support us we won't we won't or you're not a you're not a supportive community for instance in Orange County there's lots of cities in Orange County major city San Juan Capistrano right Laguna Niguel or you know on and on and
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on and whatever city wants to support tip they will serve that city so we serve regardless of city support we have an ask for city or county support so we're all privately supported so if you want to support us we're raising some money now we normally did do a dinner at this time of the year but we lost our caterer that catered for free and we lost our venue which I gave us a really good deal and even if we were having our dinner at this time can you imagine I don't know whether we could pull it off with with these fires and all that
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craziness that's going on right now but if you're interested in supporting tip you can just by donating to us there's not any big event or dinner if you don't don't and it's easy for me because if enough people don't then I won't have to run the program right so we've done over - we've over 10,000 calls a year I got a busy life and his tip disappeared out of my life I wouldn't miss it because I got a bit you know I got other things going on they would fill that void of
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something to do I wouldn't be one I wouldn't go out and get a television and look at channels to see where they want to watch every day so but if you want to support us if you want us to be here you can support us if you don't don't and that's very simple it's okay with me either way but if you want to support us if you think tips a valuable thing we've done over 10,000 911 call since 94 December it's easy to support us you can go to you you caring y ou you caring dot-com
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backslash tip and and give like you always wanted to or you can go to Yuba Sutter tip org Yuba Sutter tips org and go to donation and you can give there or you can just mail us a check some some people have been mailing us a check off my mentions on the radio here and you can just send a check to tip and and then nothing gets deducted right you get the whole thing goes to victims we don't have any salary people you know
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when you give a lot of money when you get a lot of to these big organizations a lot of it goes to support CEOs that make a hundred two hundred three hundred four hundred five hundred six hundred seven hundred thousand dollars here when you give the tip all the money goes to victims and to train our volunteers that serve at no cost so you can mail it check to t IP tip peal box six four five marysville nine five nine zero one p o--
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box six four five marysville nine five nine zero one and all the money stays here all you know we we serve people were shocked I gave a presentation at the tip program the tip conference and people were shocked when they learned how many agencies we serve versus a small little geographic area or small number of people we serve a big geographic area like I think Yuba County is six hundred and forty four square miles and I think Sutter's about that as well but there's not a lot of people up here one hundred and sixty thousand maybe but
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they were amazed at how many like we do two sheriff's departments three police departments twenty some fire agencies you know etc cetera and I was telling them how many Chiefs had come and gone and sheriff's had come and gone during our 23 years and it out did all of them these big programs don't have all these little teeny departments that die slice and dice up the community so if you want to help us great if you don't we'll be gone we'll be gone and we'll move on and
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and have been happy about what we accomplished and we'll do something else with our life so I wanted to go back and talk some about the situation as as you know we have homeless in the area and a friend emailed me a map of San Francisco and I thought and I'd heard about this app you know and when you're in San Francisco if you're a resident down there you'd be aware of
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this there's an app on their phone and if you're walking down the street and you found somebody shit on the street and if you if you bother if that's a bother to you the title to this article San Francisco's public defecation map highlights a shitty situation so if you notice on the street that somebody's shit on the street like why don't let's just be let's just be raw about it if we're gonna allow it and so we have you know Walter munch himer and Aaron Easton
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at Marysville and and Scott Mitnick from Sutter County and I assume the City Council of Yuba City is into shitting on the street so so on this map you if you're in San Francisco you can go to this app and you can report without talking to anybody a pile of shit on the street and and that's then logged and they have shit scrapers that come out and clean off the street now you think
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Oh Lu you just being rude no I'm not because I don't know what you've been watching the news but is it San Diego which most people think of as a very pristine city they have an outbreak of hepatitis so if you think a it's no big deal it is a big deal and LA is facing the same thing they're having outbreaks that you would think of that would come from the Middle Ages right when you heard used to hear about hepatitis caller outbreaks typhoid things like that sewers in the streets right some
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third-world countries they I go to their sewage runs alongside the road right that's bad news on disease issues so they're having outbreaks of hepatitis and so a lady by the name of let's see where is her name I saw Jennifer Wong she's a civil engineer and also now web developer and she created a map plotting the human
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excrement incidents reported by to the public and her project one an internal hacking contest for employees of a real estate website and so it's a mate it's amazing it's the public defecation map and it's and so the real concentrations of crap is it a downtown alley next to the financial district right in a
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high-traffic area frequented by tourists now I probably walked this area because when I need a Chinese visa to get into China I Bart over from the East Bay to the Civic Center exit climb up out of BART and walk up through Civic Center where all the mayors and you know all the government is and and hike up to Geary and through that area I can't remember the street that the the embassies on but I got to step over all people and stuff right so I'm wondering
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whether we can't have that app because we're now launching this tent city on 2nd Street and right next to Lily Park and I'm wondering if if if maybe or we can have these you know I notice in some of these fancy subdivisions they have these little posts with a little thing on the top and you can pull a little bag it's a pooper scooper bag that you can slip your hand in and then you can scoop up your own poop and deposit it in the
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next receptacle I was wondering maybe Scott Mitnick has included some of those pooper scooper bags and and depositories and and bag receptacles where we can grab bags like it's a little league park maybe they're pooping on the grass and the shortstop and go out there and pick up somebody's poop and get rid of it before they step in it and then have a big scene and have to stop the game and they're a peaceful little league so but anyway I thought this there's an actual
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map of all the city streets and every pile of poop that's been a if I'd buy this app and then then this team can you imagine your mom coming back from the dead and wondering what you've done with your life and you say mom I work for the city of San Francisco she says son what do you do i scoop up human poop that's my mission right I went all there you funded me all the way through school you nursed me back to
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health you bought all my clothes you helped me go to San Francisco State University and now I'm a pooper-scooper because the city of San Francisco doesn't have the balls to have people poop in the right spot and they want to let homeless people live vagrants live all over the streets and give them you know provide heroin for them and all the kind of stuff anyway that's what we have up-and-coming if you wonder like there's new movies come in at movies eight there's also a new program coming to the
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city of Yuba City in Sutter County which is the second Street homeless City and it's kind of it's going to affect the airport it's sad because the poor Airport people the guys that run the airport are so petrified it's sad you know where the government has you so petrified you wet your pants because they they decided at the Sutter County Airport operation that they they're going to take a neutral stance because
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they're afraid that the the county is going to shut down the airport well let me help you out Sutter County Airport guys and gals that's the the goal of the Sutter County Administrator is to shut your Airport down whether you like it or not whether you stay neutral or throw a hissy fit your Airport is history because it's a big pain in the rear to the administration it's sucking County daughter dollars they know they owe you a lot of money and they don't want to pay you the money hundreds of thousands of dollars they should have been paying in fees to the Sutter County Airport
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they don't want to pay you that money Nate black knows how much money is owed to you they don't want to pay that money they want the airport to disappear and they want to use that land for commercial purposes so one way to do you know that they they need FAA permission to put that homeless camp down there and it would surprise me if they just have getting a big fit with FAA and FAA just shuts the airport down then the county doesn't they can blame the FAA right because well you know the
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FAA shut down the airport right and we didn't want them to but they really did but really they want the the government of Sutter County wants the airport gone right so hold that thought so being neutral ain't helping you much so what's going on now as I mentioned last week is I just want to describe this to you and there was a board meeting that was very deceptive this last week on the 10th and this board meeting was to change the camping ordinance and create a no
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camping ordinance with the some teeth in it it was a second reading of the no camping ordinance and what it basically said is if it's public property already people shouldn't be on private property right and that should go for them that want to poop in my backyard over in the city of Marysville but they do it when I'm not looking and so this camping ordinance Sutter County says you you can't camp on public
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property you can camp up at the Live Oak campground if you follow all the rules and you're there temporarily in and out in and out but so the supervisors you know they had a lot of this is an item 9 on the agenda so a lot of people came because in that ordinance it says they're going to make an exception on one area where they can have a camp where do you think that is Hillcrest right do you think its North Yuba City
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out there we're in or West has their homes no no no do you think it's out there and Wilder Estates no it's down there on 2nd Street they made an exception and they said we can have a camp down there so when people came to complain when people came to complain that was be people from the Peach Bowl Little League the people with the posse the posse arena where they have all the animals from the Yuba County foothills right now people from Twin Cities rot in
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gun shooting range it also is going to affect Whitaker Hall or the sheriff's training center that's used for a lot of people to have events there and there's also another shooting range to the south of that so when people showed up to speak about item number 9 chairman of Jim Whittaker did something very unusual and unique right at the beginning of the meeting he said I'm gonna pull agenda
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number 9 and agenda item number 9 and I'm gonna put it on to the consent calendar now if you've been on a board or been around board meetings you know that the consent calendar is a whole litany of issues that they can devote on all at once unless a supervisor says I don't want to vote on that one all at once I want that separate and they say let's pull that one out but he instead of handling it separately where there
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would be open debate on it and a discussion he put it on the consent calendar and they just passed it with a bunch of other gobbly gook then he asked the County Council if he didn't screw up because he had a whole host of people there to speak on item number 9 the ordinance because they had a problem with it because in that ordinance was a opening for a big camp that nobody got a
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chance to talk about yet so when he asked the County Council whether he screwed up the guy said yeah you did and now you got to take that issue and address that issue on a separate meeting and then Jim Whittaker says well okay and he ignored what the County Council said and said I take full responsibility of it in other words Olly Olly oxen-free if I take full responsibility that means I'll do whatever I darn well please
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and so don't get tied up in the details we just we're just gonna do a broad-brush on this thing and we're gonna work you know we're gonna let these people speak about it even though we've already voted it in right so I'm going to tell you the rest of story because they rejected a contract that a person just missed one little item and they kicked the contract and they lost the bid although Jim Whittaker just did
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whatever he wanted to do and 50 years ago today and if you aren't paying close enough attention you would be forgiven for thinking he's some kind of a freakin saint a new stamp has been issued with his image in Ireland and statues of Che litter the world's city squares particularly in Latin America and it was t-shirts search for Che Guevera t-shirts on Amazon and you get 798 choices a Che Guevara was a stone-cold killer he was
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chief executioner in Fidel Castro's bloody socialist regime reign of terror killing some 77,000 innocents here's what he himself said about his role this is a revolution and a revolutionary must become a cold killing machine motivated by pure hate on his murderous legacy Thor Halvorssen president of Human Rights Foundation does not mince words the Cuban Revolution under the direction of Guevara saw the rise of forced labor
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camps which gave way a few years later to full-scale concentration camps these were filled with dissidents homosexuals jehovah's witnesses afro-cuban priests and anyone else who had committed crimes against the new moral revolution so now you know socialist intellectuals will apologize for Che Guevara it was for the greater good they say that's repugnant che was a killer socialism kills I think
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that at the heart of my philosophy is much more libertarianism than well that's the fashionable word these days is I guess a conservative is no longer just that he's a libertarian always has been you know someone very profoundly once said many years ago that if fascism ever comes to America door commonly name of liberalism and what is fascist fascism is private ownership private enterprise but total government control and regulation well isn't this the liberal philosophy the conservative
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so-called is the one that says less government get off my back get out of my pocket and let me have more control of my own destiny all right welcome back you're listening to live with Lou and my earphones are weird today I think I got a little short in my thing over on this on this side I can hear I can hear we're all right it's just that keeps clicking anyway you know some of you may say oh illusion say
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shitty you know but I was going to use defecation but I knew that a lot of students wouldn't understand that term because I was noticing in the paper the appeal Democrat on October 3rd it said that more than half of Sutter and Yuba County students failed to meet English and math standards in a spring standardized test and then the number of those who did not meet the standard for
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mathematics was nearly 72 percent and over 50% of people couldn't do the language arts English language you know it's funny because I used to have some Mexican students in my Spanish class and you know how we we have these work you know it's funny how we think human beings are so hypocritical so I I used to think that the Mexican guys had an upper hand on the Spanish class right but yet I didn't have an upper hand on the English class right I still had to pass English right is it still right so
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it's like oh yeah you're Mexican you should get an A but in English I wasn't get no way right so these kids almost 60% of them couldn't even weren't even up to standard in other words if they're a sixth grader they weren't performing 6th grade English level so shitty I think everybody gets shitty don't you think even a third maybe a three year old kid shitty we got it defecation like what's what is that so I like education defecation like what what is that is
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that what is that stuff well going to school I got school so I was talking about the need for a shit map and a shit app in in Yuba Sutter so we can start knowing where we're going to have to fight the hepatitis outbreak now i i i was driving us coming back in from I think overseas and I was coming in over the E Street bridge and made the first right there on 3rd Street and a guy was
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going number two should I use number two going number two right where the chiselers in used to be right right across the alley from my favorite taco stand like that's a bad sign right Jim boys taco and you got guy pooping right across the alley that's a bad sign had his pants down and the guy was kind of standing next to him like I don't know if he had a seizure or something had it had a his if he had too big of an experience the guy was gonna rescue him so I had a guy standing next to him not trying to cover him up but the guy was
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down there having having you know relieving himself so I thought it would be good you know it's just like we want to know like where the parking parking problems are in the community and where the traffic snarls are so maybe we should find out where the defecation piles are the shit piles are and so anyway Scott Mitnick the county administrator for Sutter County once he came to town he sized up the place and decided that that Yuba County or the
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Sutter County Airport was not a place that was being profitably used and we ought to be done with it and we ought to be done with all those odds and ends uses along 2nd Street so one way to a step towards that is I know they're thinking oh well this is going to be a temporary program the the news release said two years I don't know you know Lyndon Johnson in the 1960s President Johnson thought that he was
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going to win the war on poverty but here we are in 2017 almost 2018 that's a long ways from 1960s and we have the same amount of poverty percentage in the United States as we did when we started nineteen but we spent trillions of dollars now I don't know whether you Sutter County super set of county supervisors they they look they clean up nice and some of them actually run their own business and made a profit but they
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don't seem very smart to me because they are saying they're letting their boss mr. Mitnick say or maybe I don't know who's the boss Mitnick or the supervisors I think constitutionally they are but it seemed like he's got them by the short hairs and and they're thinking that they're going to solve homelessness in two years now they're they're funding now it you know how it
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is it's always easy to spend somebody else's money than your own right so they just have all this money that's just they're just gonna spend this money a couple million dollars but K they can't fix your road and they can't keep their offices open Monday through Friday anymore they say that they're saving us money but it's really it's it's being nice to the employees do you know do you notice that government always makes decisions to benefit their employees not
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the kids not that not the citizens the same way the school district always makes decisions to benefit the employees the Union the employees not the children right everything revolves around the employees not service so Mitnick worked out closing some of those offices now and so now we're going to solve homelessness in two Swift years that's pretty fast so there we're going to fund this with a a million dollars of urine my tax
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dollars just interesting roads can't Mickey fix we can't fix this park we can't do this we can't do that but we got to cut back on hours we're open but we can we can give more money to people that are doing stupid stuff out there right instead of like penalizing them like okay my friend Walter Williams The Economist's likes to say if you don't want if you don't want more of something tax it right if you want a lot of
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something subsidize it so there we go we're subsidizing homelessness but an amazing thing to me is all of a sudden even though for hundreds of years we've had social workers right and they haven't been able to solve this up to now but now oh my god and they're having all kinds of success but when you read the numbers they the numbers are 212 told people got into a hotel two people got a job right or eight people right
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and they spent three hundred thousand dollars wouldn't you in private business would you like to have that kind of money to have those kind of outcomes so they're gonna fund a temporary emergency shelter they're going to put up seventeen large tents on cement slabs with 24/7 security some toilets and water and and they're gonna use that and they're gonna have a parking area and they're gonna use that until they can
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construct a 6,000 square foot building now this this tent operation is going to house up to 200 people I want you to just think of that 200 people plus all their animals and friends stopping in and you're going to have them hanging out down there while you have Posse stuff going on I think the footprint of this operation was actually over the top of the posse area now listen to the supervisors anytime you say whoa what about the posse area Oh we'll build you a new one
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whoa what about the Little League parks and we don't want all those molesters down or you know you know there's thousands of feet now that a molester can't be near any any child access areas parks schools right in the city of Marysville a person with a sex registrant can't live anywhere in the city of Marysville because there's so many parks and schools in that concentrated area they got to go out and lend in all of us and live are up in the hills and so now we got these we got
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this homeless shelter operation this tent city going to be right next to public the Peach Bowl Little League with hundreds of kids in and out of there so it's up to 200 people now the start-up costs are gonna be a quarter of a million dollars in that amazing there's a lot of money in it and the tent shelter part of it this is more 115,000 that's topcaats tents animal kennels on-site storage personal belongings another two hundred and
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eighty-five thousand they just throw these numbers around you think they were rich you think they had money coming out their ears as my dad you say saying money you spend money like it's coming out your ears two hundred eighty five thousand and operating costs right we're gonna provide you know meals toiletries services uh hands of hope hands have hope the nonprofit they're gonna cash in on this dude private security I don't know whether we're gonna protect those guys from the citizens or we're protecting the citizens from those guys or we're protecting them from each other
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I don't know over there been doors ooh which they're saying they're modeling it after been doors ooh which is a total disaster you know the government's never going to claim they failed did you know that have you ever heard the government say the that food stamps has failed even though millions hundreds of millions of dollars is is ripped off in food stamps every year they're never going to admit failure welfare not it's not a failure
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no no we're helping people and so they're gonna apply to transfer seven hundred twenty thousand additional dollars from the Community Development Block Grant funds to use on this program away from where they normally use that money so - to build this 6,000 square-foot building which is going to have you know it's going to be a shelter showers the whole thing kitchen this thing and
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they're gonna house up to sixty people now is this a two-year program where they're gonna like evacuate and they're gonna flush out all those people after two years including a building that's a permanent structure they just spent seven three quarters of a million dollars on so Chuck Smith who is the public information officer for Sutter County said this temporary operation is going to be a year or year and a half or or or are you know who really knows right who knows it's interesting all of
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a sudden the social services workers think they're going to see they're gonna see people converted right from alcoholism drug addicts a big ol funky attitude right and they're going to make a silk purse out of a big old porker right and people that can't how you gonna get people jobs that can't stay clean or they got a bad attitude they don't show up on time gonna do all that
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well they're gonna they're gonna have these all these skills they're gonna train people I would like to you to get this the government is the worst trainer unless you want to get into the military the government has the worst record of training people for work or self sufficiency of any place in fact I had one of the leaders in Sutter County welfare who I became friends with years ago she's now retired she said Lou she was so disgusted but she couldn't change
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anything right it's government rules and she was just one of their top workers and she still lives affect she lives up here in Lola Rica she said to me Lou welfare recipients if we want to offer a young lady or a young guy that's a head of household assistance with how to budget the few dollars we give them we're forbidden by law to a system it's interesting you think Oh the government was so interested in helping people get off welfare or not
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waste their welfare or use their funds efficiently we would mentor them a little bit right oh no no no we don't want to do that we just want to throw money it's just like you know this oldest money going to the the quote poor you know something if I start doing drugs again today I'm gonna get poor really fast right I'm gonna use up all my money and because doing drugs is expensive and then I forget to pay my PG&E bill and get my PG&E shut off and
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then I won't be able to pay all those taxes and pay for those daca kids out of Yuba college and pretty soon I'll end up without a home doing drugs and getting drunk all the time right and pretty soon I'll be in need of a good social worker that's gonna correct my all my behavior and fix me up and get me back on my feet I'm just wondering where have all those people been all these years or all these are the new college students graduating today are they able to do miracles in people's lives you know I meet these people in
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the Yuba County Jail and people need a miracle man and so they're gonna have programs to provide a path to self-sufficiency including job training and affordable housing now I want to ask you what is affordable housing you know I can afford a house if I go to work but here's the here's what I'm afraid of when the government decides we're gonna
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take care of these people whatever people those are we're gonna give a single mom plus a few kids $800 a month and then then they think well that isn't enough to rent a house then what they got to do is go out and convince a homeowner a property owner to rent to that young woman and only she only gonna pay 50 dollars and the government you and me we're gonna pay the extra $700 or 750 that's called affordable housing in
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other words that's people it's not like you earning more money so then you can go buy your house or rent your house it's like giving houses away that's it's a code word or a euphemism you know how Planned Parenthood Family Planning is a euphemism on cutting kids and stabbing kids in the neck and poisoning them with saline solutions that's a euphemism or code words for murdering children family planning that's what that is and so
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affordable housing is a code word of giving more of your tax dollars away to people who sit in houses trash them pay hardly anything for them let all the lawns die have you ever been to a housing project where there's nice shrubs and lawns and it's beautiful and everybody behaves themselves and they they take care of their houses like their own I haven't go go go on Google
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Detroit and check out their housing projects today anyway at this meeting where Jim Whittaker let people speak about item 9 though item 9 disappeared before they got to talk it was a little screwy so now we have a new ordinance in spite of people talking about it because they were talking about a law that had already been passed in that interesting it's amazing how government works when
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they want something to happen to hell with the rules to help with the fine details and I was before I before we had that break I was telling about a company that had bid on a project there in Sutter County and they they did not provide a proper signature I guess they provided a stamp not a signature on the bid and so they rejected the bid even though it was the
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best bid the lowest bid and they gave it to the other person because they paid attention to detail they did everything according to their to the rules so then right in the same meeting chairman broke the rules in fact he checked on whether he broke the rules right in the meeting and it's not you actually you can see it on the recording to go on the Sutter County website and just click on the video for tenth the meeting at 10:10 and you can hear the County Council says
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well the way you did that right there you need to now have a separate meeting to hear all these complaints and stuff you said I don't want to do that I'll take responsibility for it so in other words as long as the government is is in in the government can violate their own rules they don't have to pay attention to detail but a person that works really hard and submits a bid and signs it but signed it didn't sign it with a hand signature they lost a bit and then
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interesting double standard didn't it so what we have going on here is you know the interesting thing to me is the way the supervisors just say you know when I was talking to I was talking to supervise a Sullinger right remember when the first issue with the airport came up they were going to eliminate the shooting range they said Oh after all after 50 years of it being there now it's dangerous it's dangerous even though the NRA says it's not dangerous and they provide all kinds of safety
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precautions that nobody's going to shoot an airplane by accident now we got homeless down there that have already proved they get out on the airport and go nuts steel break into the the hangars break into aircraft fuss around with the aircraft you know I don't know whether you've ever done any LSD you ever done any psychedelics I'll tell you me when you get loaded up on that stuff and an airplane comes in that could be quite an experience your perception of that and the other day we
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had some wacko in the river bottom shooting at one of the levee repair operations the big piece of equipment up there maybe is keeping him awake or something that thing grind in a way up there digging trenches inside the levee so what we have is a major problem down there and so it's interesting the supervisors or continually say oh oh don't don't worry about we'll build your new one we'll build a new that will get you a new arena we'll get you a new shooting range we'll get you a new ballpark in
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fact Dan Flores promised the people literally all will build you brand new ballparks I thought how long is that gonna take or was Dan Flores gonna pay for that himself right well who's gonna pay for that passi deal who's gonna pay for that shooting range out there and Sutter that Ron Solan just said oh yeah we're negotiated we're gonna we're gonna put a shooting range for the Sutter County the shooting club at Sutter County Sutter
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High School we can have all the public shooting range out there the Sheriff's Department's you do we're gonna like it's just like oh yeah we've got big plans I I'd like people talk about big plans with their money not my money right why why is this socialist why you take all my money and then you think five people can decide what's best of the community all we're gonna give you money to that alcoholic over there cuz he looks like he needs it once she let me keep my money and me I'll decide whether he needs it or not how about
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that let me offer him a job and if he won't take it and I'm not gonna support him right instead of you thinking oh you're gonna fix somebody there's not one person there's not one person on that board ever taken in a homeless person straighten them out or or a heroin addict or a meth addict right there's not one person on there in fact I don't know whether any of your social workers have any personal experience other than eight to five or eight to four or nine to four whatever their hours are personal experience with their
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own money helping people out of a funky deal in life oh yeah they all oh yeah oh yeah we're helping people oh yeah we gave them we gave them like they do in Yuba County we gave them 300 referrals a referral that's not Reformation that's just a referral we'll be right back I'm Chrisann hall and if you agree with me as Samuel Adams said that knowledge and virtue are the keys to preserving
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owner he got pissed I mean he was rude though he'd come out every hour son of a bitch Stu here [Applause] look ego idea he started screaming at me you're going now you're here for our while you're here for I walk do not come here anymore why you have spare abuse Obi
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that's the fool it rock tree you're listening to live with Lou we've been having a good time over here today and we're here at KN YC the Patriot 14 10 a.m. on mount huth and we're getting close to landing the plane we're out of here at noon and there's gonna be a sports program on here so I want to just make a couple more comments and restate
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a couple things I want to make sure that you know I've been talking about this homeless issue and I just want to you folks over there in Sutter County if you think this is gonna work out for you without you doing anything about it you're really wrong so my recommendation to you whether you live in the city or outside the city is you better talk to your supervisors that are gonna make
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this decision about this homeless camp and some of you may want to say something like hey we already have plenty of services for homeless people they can get section 8 housing they can go to rehabs if there's if they have a drug problem they can go to mental health if they have a mental health issue they can go here they can go there they can do this they can do that but we ain't putting up no mo money no more tax dollars we don't want no facility for them we don't want no tent city etc you
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might want to say something like that and and you guys that have facilities along Garden Highway I would say to them if you want to build us a new ball park dan Flores then just go built that thing and when you get done building it and we move over there then do with the property we're on with what you want to do but we ain't move until then same way with all those other services now the unfortunate thing is is the the Sutter the airport folks the private nonprofit
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sent out a tough letter like a we better do something this is wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong then they turn around and want a new neutral on the deal so a somebody better stand up and fight for something or you're gonna get yourself a big old funky taco and you're gonna be spending two million dollars of your own tax money for it so hold that thought and the next Supervisors meeting that you're going to get a chance to appear at and I would make sure you're there if
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you care is on the 24th of this month that's a Tuesday and I think they're having these meetings at 3 o'clock in the afternoon so but as the supervisors said the other day at the 10:10 meeting the October 10th meeting oh we're just open just call us up what we're not don't have to be afraid of us like we're just we're just good old boys we were just like you just call us up we're open well we'll talk talk talk talk talk I
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would remind them that they don't know jack diddly about what they're doing neither does a nearly $300,000 guy who can't even fund his own sons baseball team with making almost $300,000 a year down there in Ventura County but he's up here telling us how to spend money to help homeless folks so that's what I would make sure to do that now the the other group of you that have been fighting this Sutter buttes Flood Control Agency who are little dictators
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is what they are and who thought a we like you citizens advisory group as long as you keep your mouth shut and never find anything wrong with what we're doing but as soon as you find something wrong you start asking questions and make our life difficult it's kind of like getting rid of the IRS because you don't want an audit right it's at all I liked you too you wanted to come and do an audit that's going to be a big pain in the rear right so if
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you want to get in on that Sutter buttes flood control talk that's that's this Monday night too days from now at the Sutter buttes Tea Party Patriots meeting at 6:30 at night but get there at 6:00 when the door opens so you're not walking in and you missed the first the first part of it and it's free of charge and anybody's welcome and if you want to like ask questions about you might be concerned I
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don't know have have you noticed how everybody's kind of forgotten about the spillway that funny how things just grab your attention for a while and then something else grabs your attention for a while so anyway that that's another meeting you should attend and and being involved in and be interested in particularly those that the these guys and gals are spending hundreds of millions of dollars and you and the next people that own your property and the
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next people on your property gonna be paying for that for 30-some years whoa baby that's a lot so I was noticing you know every once awhile people to all tobacco you know tobacco kills you this kills you that kills you you know oh darn you selling vapor cigarettes and oh you're selling you know you you're drinking all these sugary drinks and have you ever have you ever looked at what the cause
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the big causes to death are in this country let me let me run some off diabetes alcoholism Alzheimer's pneumonia kidney failure blood infections hospital-associated and infection accidents and intentional accidents that include auto crashes as well as falling off your roof stroke medical errors right obesity tobacco
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cancer heart disease know what the big you know what the biggest killer is the United States abortion oh you see that doesn't count you know it doesn't count really it's not a disease well to the people who are pregnant it is they want that thing terminated just like if you went and got rid of cancer are you wanting to solve a kidney problem or a pneumonia probably going to the hospital get get rid of that leave it there at the hospital where it belongs
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abortions killing this says here according to statistics it says causes of death in the USA in 2016 just through June 15th now I don't know whether that's just six months or whether that's a fiscal year where they started at July one of the previous year but I think it's just six months because I always think of a million people dying of abortion each year I always get a kick you know this black lives matter and all these people
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concerned about blacks and the the biggest killer blacks is abortions but no you know don't you know that the Liberals never want to get down to the root cause they don't want to talk about that welfare and providing Social Security Disability to addicts is causing an entire demographic group that is that is not participating in society
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anymore and their your group that is out there living in the river bottoms you know that and I'm scanning down here because I wanted to talk about something that if I can find this there's all these lies like you think oh what's really killing black people right we got Colin Kaepernick saying the reason I'm
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I'm not standing for the national anthem is and I'm not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color the Colin he got some black in him and he's making a bajillion dollars a year 75% of his teammates happen to be black they're the most wealthy people in the country and yet they're oppressed I was thinking maybe I would like some of that oppression I could use some of that money and I would take a little
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prejudice going to a hotel and person not giving me good service if I was a multi-millionaire I'll go to the next hotel he says there's bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder talking about cops when they shoot somebody they put him on paid leave right well he should get over that all government gets paid leave when they get put on you know their check so he says like this says a Larry Elder wrote this great article Larry happens to be a
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black guy he says according to the Centers for Disease Control since 1968 police killings of blacks have declined nearly 75% according to the Washington Post almost 500 White's were killed by cops in 2015 well how come they're killing all those white people you know this station this station is the motto of the station is white lives matter so why they killing all 500 whites over there in 2015 they're killing more than
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one a day well how many how many blacks you think got killed in 2015 you want to take a guess kourin de Kaepernick you think Kaepernick can count I don't know two hundred and fifty nine blacks were killed by the police in 2015 most of those suspects killed by the police whites and blacks were packing a weapon so maybe they thought they might the cops stopped maybe they're going to get shot first like the other day yesterday
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Yuba County Sheriff's Department shot a guy and killed him out here in Oliver stare while someone was living in the house they guy was in there burglarizing the house and they went out there to intervene and they ended up having to shoot the felon I don't know what what flavor he was or whether he was pulling a gun first they shot him so details at 11:00 now so I'm gonna compare shooting with lightning do you know how anyone who has ever been struck by lightning well I know Joe Betancourt he runs the two
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mortuaries lakeside colonial and Twin Cities chapel and his relative got struck by lightning and got killed that's the that blew my mind right and I remember as a tip call were a husband and wife were walking out to to cover up a tractor out in the field and lightning hit and a knocked her out killed him she woke up her husband was dead next to her right out here in Gridley area maybe
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that was Joe's relative so people get struck by lightning right but most people don't know anybody that personally has been struck by lightning yet each year it says an average of 300 Americans are killed or injured by lightning that's 40 more than the number of blacks killed by police in 2015 do you remember how many I told you 259 were killed in 2015 more people were killed by lightning than blacks killed
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by cops in 2015 so nobody's saying there's an epidemic of Americans being hit by lightning and we should like go track down God and file a complaint we don't know the number of black men injured by lightning every year either but let's assume that the number is seven percent of the total population struck by lightning mirroring the percentage of black male population in America in other words about seven percent of the population in America's
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black males that percentage comes out to about twenty one black males struck by lightning if we're being fair about who's getting strong I mean of God if God's actually instigating a tortious and natural occurrence that God started once upon a time however that happened who's ever fault it is we got to blame somebody right well black men and about 21 problems were killed if we're doing if we're being fair and we
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have quotas now to 965 people killed by the police in 2015 less than 4% 4% not 7% black males involved in unarmed black man and white cop the fact let me just say that again the Post reported that less than 4% involved an unarmed black man and a white cop that means that black man didn't have a gun this is what the black
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lives matter people claimed that's an epidemic less than 4% last year the Washington Post put the number of unarmed black men killed by police at 17 men 17 1/7 remember we said lightning if they if we did it according appropriated the right percentage of black men in America to lightning deaths 21 black men should have been killed by lightning if it was a fair if it was fair but in 2015 the
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Post said unarmed black men just like he was unarmed when he got hit by lightning 21 of them just 17 on our black men were killed by the police less than the number of blacks struck by lightning 22 unarmed White's were killed by police some people say blacks are routinely and disproportionately being stopped by and pulled over and harassed and arrests due to police misconduct in other words police are out for a ride they eat their tuna sandwich drink a cup of coffee and
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they said ah I'll look for some blacks to pull over that's what the kind of the teaching is from the black lives matter P people but according to studies by the government that's the Liberal government of the United States the bureaucrats of the United States are primarily liberals let's look at traffic stops in 2013 the National Institute of justice the research and evaluation agency of the Department of Justice a study of whether police as a result of
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racial bias stop blacks more than other drivers whites Asians Mexicans write the conclusion what do you think says any racial disparity and traffic stops is due to differences in the number of people offending as a in addition to differences in exposure to the police and differences in driving patterns in other words there's justification for it has nothing to do with oh they got pulled over just because they were of a
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certain flavor so they go on to talk about that it says the research says it's true that a black person is more likely to have multiple contacts with the police but according to the data multiple contacts with police are rare as well this writer says that 1.2 percent of white men have more than three contacts with police in a year have you ever had three contacts with police in a year I haven't I maybe have I don't even I haven't had one a
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long time where somebody pulled me over for something but I've never had multiple contacts in 12 months this says that 1.2 percent of white men have more than 3 contacts of police in a year 1.5 percent of black men so the Department of Justice Bureau of Justice Statistics regularly studies this this thing the experience of black people was
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police versus experience of white people please in other words our black people treated unkindly versus white people so every year this is interesting I didn't know this every year the Bureau of Justice Statistics surveys a sub representative sample of 70,000 people that were contacted among the questions the survey asked whether respondents had contacted had contact with the police in the last 12
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if so they'll say they survey ask the number of follow-up questions including the use of force questions about force so from that random sampling of seven seventy thousand individuals in the country who were then asked did you have any contact with police oh you did how'd that go and they asked about your questions about it so the writer says only six tenths of a percent of black men experience physical force by the police in any given year while
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approximately 0.2 tens percent of white guys do so it says keep in mind that the tallies of police violence include violence that is legally justified in other words if like I saw enough on Facebook the other day were a egg that be black attacked a cop he just attacked him so hey you got to defend yourself right so this is keep in mind much higher levels of crime by most black
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males did you know that black homicide victims male and female over 90% of time the the perpetrator is a black male did you know that not some white dude so it's estimated that half of all homicides are committed by black males that's all homicides in the entire United States of America now police aren't causing that I want you to just think about that half of everyone that
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is murdered in the United States of all flavors are killed by black guys don't you think they should be pursued for that and arrested and prosecuted I don't know seems seem legitimate to me in 1995 the federal government looked at forty two thousand five hundred defendants in the nation 75 largest counties I think there's over 3,000 counties in the United States I counted them up one time
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because I was talking about tip because we we were one of the few counties in the United States that have tip intervention so they looked at 42,500 defendants in the nation 75 largest counties and Patrick Langan he's a government statistician probably voted for Hillary found no evidence that in the places where blacks in the United States have most of their context with the justice system that system treats them more harshly than watch he didn't
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find any evidence that the system treated them unfairly so it's interesting when we you know honestly by the end of the year I wonder what the NFL's gonna still be in business have you wondered that well baby I mean they are they're in free fall this NFL thing is in free fall I'm not former against them I've kind of lost interest in them because it it irritates me that guys I you know all these arguments do they
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have a right to do this don't they have a right to do this does all this stuff stuff to I don't really care honestly at the end of the day there's more important things to do I'm more concerned about people who just lost their house in Loma Rico that's what I'm interested in so anyway the NFL is this whole thing that the reasoning behind Kaepernick is all faulty the facts are totally faulty it's it's a it's a humbug I don't know where the Kaepernick's just stupid or he's a fraud or somebody's dishing him
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off some really stupid information so before we before we wind the plane down do we got a few minutes here for four minutes I just want to again state for the fire victims now and again if your house is there but you have smoke damage or you have property damage your outbuildings have been damaged fences have been damaged whatever whatever whatever there's go find out you know my friends always say you can't make a good decision without good information so I'm
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going to quickly give you where the information centers are Loma Rica Lions Club at five six 6 seven Fruitland Road 5 six 6 seven Fruitland you beside her Fairgrounds Franklin and Wilbur Yuba City 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. they have Information Center okay and that's going to continue up through Tuesday and then starting Wednesday Thursday and Friday of this coming week at the Government
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Center at the base of the 10th Street bridge in Marysville where the where monkey awards or Montgomery Ward's used to be nineteen ninth and High Street big center there in the Supervisors chambers you can't miss it you walk into the front doors and you just keep going and I'll have signs they're going to have a one-stop arena that in there of all the agencies and organizations that can provide you services to get back on your
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feet whether you lost maybe you just have smoke damage and you've got to figure out hey I buildings still there my house is still there but no I can't live in there man it's like toxic how you gonna fix that right so that's 10 a.m. to 8 a.m. on those three days Wednesday Thursday Friday of this coming week and it's it's a one-stop local Assistance Center okay then I want to remind you if you get in there and you've just got a blackened
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smoke-filled funky-smelling deal and you have all these clothes in there you spent thousands of dollars to buy don't throw them out clean right build right can clean them for you and it'll be there no charge or a nominal fee so give them a call I'm going to give you two numbers seven four to five zero two four that's that's during working time normal hours seven four two five zero two four or there's an eight hundred-number after
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hours eight hundred eight seven zero zero zero 30 let me say it again 808 seven zero zero zero thirty now they can they can take your furniture and clean it it's it's a it isn't like soap and water it isn't like steam cleaning it's it's they put it in a room and it changes the molecular structure of the room purge the funkiness out of those couches and stuff so try to save your stuff if
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it's there right or your clothes right and they can pull that off in in the clothing thing in 24-48 hours so that's a350 bridge street clean right build right three five zero so give them a shout out and say hey can you handle my clothes I'll bring them down right and tell them how many bags you got okay and they'll start helping you out all right let's see all the roads should be open up there power isn't too every place but they're there they're hot on
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it PG&E is on it so anyway I think that's all I can jamming here today we thank Russ Brown for calling us up information officer he does a great job for you but County Thank You Yuba County law enforcement fire all the workers of Yuba County who are running these 24 hour hotlines Oh 749 7700 is a 24-hour call center for Yuba County if you get up you think of midnight oh my god I forgot to ask this close to call 749 7700 tips number 673 90 300 673 90 300
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