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Are you scavenging the internet for those stories the mainstream media just won’t touch? The very news that affects us most each day, from crime to social unrest. On News for Reasonable People, host Sean Reynolds, a business owner and concerned citizen, reads the news every day, in a way that some might even call “reasonable.” Tune in for the most pressing news, and live coverage of the places you want to see but don’t want to be, and even documentary pieces and interviews the media doesn’t want to hear about. Make sure you subscribe and hit the notification bell to never miss an episode.

News For Reasonable People Sean Reynolds

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Are you scavenging the internet for those stories the mainstream media just won’t touch? The very news that affects us most each day, from crime to social unrest. On News for Reasonable People, host Sean Reynolds, a business owner and concerned citizen, reads the news every day, in a way that some might even call “reasonable.” Tune in for the most pressing news, and live coverage of the places you want to see but don’t want to be, and even documentary pieces and interviews the media doesn’t want to hear about. Make sure you subscribe and hit the notification bell to never miss an episode.

    #1,202 - Former Aid to Los Angeles Council Member Jose Huizar Testifies About $100,000 Bribe

    #1,202 - Former Aid to Los Angeles Council Member Jose Huizar Testifies About $100,000 Bribe

    A high-level aide to former Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar gave jurors a vivid look at the pay-to-play schemes allegedly pursued by his boss, describing paper bags filled with bribe money and demands for concert tickets and other gifts.

    George Esparza, appearing Friday in the first of three trials dealing with the Huizar case, told jurors that he took part in two “money drops” in 2017, picking up cash from a developer’s go-between and then delivering the money to the councilman in liquor boxes — all while taking copious notes on his own criminal activities.

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    #1,201 - Insurance company to pay $5.2 million to woman who caught STD in car

    #1,201 - Insurance company to pay $5.2 million to woman who caught STD in car

    A Missouri lawsuit adds a new twist to the kind of “bodily harm” in a car that’s covered by insurance.

    This week, a three-judge panel of the state’s Court of Appeals, Western District, affirmed a $5.2 million settlement by a woman who caught a sexually transmitted disease from her former boyfriend in his car.

    The woman, identified in court documents as M.O., said she contracted HPV, the human papillomavirus, from her boyfriend. She said he knew he had the disease but didn’t tell her.

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    #1,200 - WA State leads nation in 10,000% increase in Catalytic Converter Theft

    #1,200 - WA State leads nation in 10,000% increase in Catalytic Converter Theft

    Catalytic converter thefts are rising in Washington state with a new report indicating a 10,000 percent jump in cases logged since 2019.

    According to new data released from Been Verified, Washington is now the leading state with the highest number of catalytic converter thefts in the nation.

    The report shows in the first four months of 2022, there were 1,533 thefts.

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    Veterans In Politics by CampaignForceVeterans In Politics is a set of interviews with politicians who've served in the militaryListen on: Apple Podcasts   Spotify

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    #1,199 - Supreme Court Rules: Constitution protects right to carry a gun outside the home

    #1,199 - Supreme Court Rules: Constitution protects right to carry a gun outside the home

    The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a New York gun law enacted more than a century ago that places restrictions on carrying a concealed handgun outside the home – an opinion marking the widest expansion of gun rights in a decade.

    “Because the State of New York issues public-carry licenses only when an applicant demonstrates a special need for self-defense, we conclude that the State’s licensing regime violates the Constitution,” Justice Clarence Thomas wrote for the court’s 6-3 majority.

    The opinion changes the framework that lower courts will use going forward as they analyze other gun restrictions, which could include the proposals currently before Congress if they eventually become law.

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    #1,198 - Bullet crashes through Portland Dinner Cruise Ship while on trip

    #1,198 - Bullet crashes through Portland Dinner Cruise Ship while on trip

    A bullet went through a window of the Portland Spirit while passengers were on board Monday, according to Portland police.

    Officers responded to the shooting at around 9:10 p.m. Monday evening.

    Portland police said the vessel was going north on the Willamette River between the Burnside Bridge and the Morrison Bridge when the bullet came through an east-facing window.

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    • 16 min
    #1,197 - Rioter gets 10 years in prison for his part in BLM/Antifa Portland Protests

    #1,197 - Rioter gets 10 years in prison for his part in BLM/Antifa Portland Protests

    Just before he sentenced Malik Fard Muhammad, a federal judge Tuesday wanted to understand what drove the 25-year-old man to hurl Molotov cocktails at police in Portland and break windows during mass protests in the city’s downtown in 2020.

    “Everybody wants to know what happened with you?” U.S. District Judge Marco A. Hernandez asked. “How did this happen?”

    Muhammad, who traveled with his girlfriend from Indiana to Portland during the height of the social justice protests two years ago, now stood in a blue jail smock in Hernandez’s 15th floor courtroom, beside a public defender.

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
48 Ratings

48 Ratings

MarikoYatsu ,

#492 RE Portland concerned abt 284 shootings

by April 2021. I’m from New Orleans where there’s PLENTY of corrupt & inept government. They were pretty close to a MURDER a day one year. I think we should “shoot” for that benchmark and keep defunding the police.

moneywins2020 ,

Informative!

Sean brings up interesting topics and insightful on the ground news.

Kirsten5929 ,

Great Podcast!

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