Justin Robert Young of Politics Politics Politics join the show to discuss: * Why did Gavin Newsom win the recall, but by such a narrow margin? * How did California go from being Reagan's homeland to a Democratic lock? SUPPORT THE SHOW: www.patreon.com/andrewheaton
September 14, 2021: Pat Thurston: It's still possible for Gavin Newsom to get recalled in California
The Pat Thurston Show Podcast
In the final two weeks of the Gavin Newsom recall election, every major poll released pointed to the same result: Newsom is likely to survive the recall by a double-digit margin, perhaps even by 20 percentage points.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The Bill Handel Show - 7a Hour - Gavin Newsom's Recall & Violent Police Encounters
Bill Handel on Demand
Handel goes into Governor Gavin Newsom's recall becoming official! Over a 1.7million signatures are verified.And, violent encounters with police are sending thousands of people to the emergency room every year!
517. Jeff Hewitt, the Libertarian Poised to Replace Gavin Newsom as CA Governor
Lions of Liberty
In this week's flagship Lions of Liberty podcast, host Marc Clair is by the man currently overseeing the most constituents of any elected Libertarian as a member of the Riverside Board of Supervisors, as well as the man who has tossed his hat into the ring to replace Gavin Newsom in the upcoming CA recall election, Jeff Hewitt! Jeff details how he first became a libertarian and got involved in local politics in CA, eventually becoming the Mayor of Calimesa, CA, where he completely transformed the fire department by breaking away from the state system and having the city start it's own. Marc and Jeff then discuss why Gavin Newsom has drawn so much ire in the state of California, even from many Democrats, and why he is now in a unique position to offer Californians a palatable, libertarian alternative should they choose to remove Newsom from his office later this year. This is an exciting campaign that we hope many libertarians will get behind! Be sure to head over and grab some gear from our newest sponsor, TopLobsta.com! And be sure to use discount code ROAR for 10% off your order! Support the Greatest Liberty Variety Show on Earth and join the Lions of Liberty Pride on Patreon to access all of our bonus audio content, livestreams, behind-the-scenes segments, and more! Not only that, if you act now you can join our private class of Vin Armani's Bitcoin Mystery School, with a ridiculous 34% discount off the normal price - open only to Lions of Liberty Patrons! Patrons also get 20% off all merchandise at the Lions of Liberty Store, including our hot-off-the-press Taxation is Death T-Shirt! And be sure to support today's other sponsors Lorenzotti Italy over at Lorenzotti.coffee! Don't forget to use discount code "LIONS" for 10% off your order.
Sacramento correspondents Alexei Koseff and Dustin Gardiner break down the governor's revised budget in the wake of a huge tax revenue surplus. Plus: What bills got suddenly killed in the Legislature and why a live bear was on the campaign trail with one of Newsom's GOP opponents in the recall campaign. | Unlimited Chronicle access: sfchronicle.com/pod Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Chef Andrew Gruel: "I'm Not an Asshole. Gavin Newsom Is."
The Reason Interview With Nick Gillespie
Chef Andrew Gruel just might be the patron saint of restaurateurs, small-business owners, and service workers during the pandemic. He's the founder and owner of Slapfish, a growing national fast-casual restaurant chain based in Huntington Beach, California. He's a widely recognized culinary innovator and familiar face on the Food Network and other cooking channels.Over the past year, Gruel has also gained prominence as an unabashed critic of arbitrary rules that put business owners like him at the beck and call of hypocritical politicians such as California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Most famously, in an absolutely inspired rant that went viral on social media last December, Gruel listed all the ways in which California's ban on outdoor dining made no scientific or economic sense before concluding, "I'm not an asshole. The governor is."Gruel, whose Twitter feed is addictive, is no slouch when it comes to helping food workers who have been displaced by the pandemic and lockdowns and ill-served by state welfare agencies too. He and his wife created a fund to help unemployed workers that's given out hundreds of thousands of dollars so far.Nick Gillespie sat down to talk with Gruel about what it's been like to run a business with government at all levels arbitrarily flipping the on-off switch, why innovation is central to both capitalism and cuisine, and why he'll never open another franchise in California.