On this episode, Burkholder & Turnage call on California to start supporting law enforcement instead of sympathetic criminal policy being push after a weekend of just crazy headlines over shootings, thefts, police chases and more. We get into COVID-19 vaccine requirements, we touch on New York Governor Andrew Cuomo hiding data and wonder if its happened elsewhere? Could Vice President Kamala Harris be impeached over a Tweet? San Diego may launch climate change campaign.
Note: On this episode, in honor of Antioch Mayor Lamar Thorpe calling for March being “Police Reform Month, Burkholder calls on March being “Attitude Adjustment Month” and begin supporting police. We offer up interview time to ANY police officer (current/retired) to come on and tell their story of why they are a police officer and how they like helping the community.
- Can my boss make me get a COVID-19 vaccine? The answer is complicated
Yes, your boss can require that you get a COVID-19 vaccination. Will they? That’s a more complicated answer, influenced by who you are, what you do, where you work and how badly you’re needed. And there are exceptions.
- Top Republicans call for Cuomo’s ouster following nursing home revelation
ALBANY, N.Y. — New York Republicans assailed Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s administration on Thursday night in response to new revelations about his stonewalling the release of information about nursing home deaths, with several calling for him to resign or be impeached.
- Lindsey Graham warns that Kamala Harris could be impeached if Republicans win House next year
Senator Lindsey Graham warned Sunday that if Republicans take control of the House of Representatives in next year’s mid-term elections, Vice President Kamala Harris could face impeachment for her tweet supporting a bail fund for Black Lives Matter protesters over the summer.
- San Diego launches campaign to make city more resilient to climate change
Faced with several recent studies showing climate change will make San Diego highly vulnerable to sea level rise and severe wildfires, city officials are launching a campaign to make the city more resilient and better prepared. City officials say the adaptation strategies will address each of the five largest threats that climate change poses for San Diego: severe wildfires, droughts, flooding, sea level rise and extreme heat waves.
- California Exit Interview: Fleeing $17 salads and ‘general lawlessness’
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