Episodes

In The Studio - YCCC: An Evening of Inspiration & Hope

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Martha Teeter hosts Debbie Woodsford, Director of Development, and Roger Pehlke, Board Member, Yolo Community Care Continuum.

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topic discussed include: 2nd annual gala and auction Oct 6th 2017 at the CA AG museum in Woodland; being a board member and how they'd like like grow; 3 types of programs - crisis transitional, permanent housing; honoring Dignity Health at Gala; Live auction items - African safari, Disneyland, SF daytrip; Bob Dunning EmCee.

Libertarian Counterpoint

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Credible threats of violence warrant self-defense. Who will deal with the psychopathic ruler of North Korea?

Forest mismanagement and wildfires are related; what to do?

Treating drug abuse as a health problem leads to less crime and fewer deaths. Will Federal Government adopt sane drug laws?

Has the demonization of law enforcement by divisive propaganda and actions degraded public safety?

Have the disruptive, destructive, and violent actions of certain political action groups qualified them as terrorists?

Libertarian Counterpoint

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1. Duarte Nursery vs Corps of Engineers which resulted in a farmer settling for $1.1 million dollars in fines for plowing a field. Information can be found on Pacific Legal Foundations Web Site.

2. The lame stream media’s selective approach to first amendment rights. Should everyone have the right to protest and hold rallies or only those that are politically correct or supported by the left? Charlottesville Rally rally and the resulting violence. A libertarian perspective.

In The Studio - Escaping Persecution

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Alex Silva-Sadder hosts Hoang Chi Truong (Chi Smith), refugee from Vietnam and local author of TigerFish, a memoir.

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topics discussed include: Chi and her family's life in Vietnam before they had to flee in 1975, the journey they made down the coast of Vietnam and escaping just before the fall of Saigon, how these humbling experiences helped to shape her attitudes to life in America, and how they influenced her choice of career and desire to become an author and share her story.

Recorded 08/17/17.

Winter Shelter for the Homeless PSA DCC

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Bill Habicht of Davis Community Church.

"Come Join Us" is the theme of a series of public service announcements that have begun airing on Davis Community Television to promote the Interfaith Rotating Winter Shelter.  Now in its fourth season, the shelter program was established to house the homless during the worst of the winter season.