October 28, 2020
This week Jazmin and Robert speak about several topics touching the Breonna Taylor case, including two grand jurors and Kenneth Walker speaking on national television, protests at Daniel Cameron's house, and much more. Robert explained how much worse COVID-19 is getting across the state, and Robert eulogized his grandfather by remembering his time spent in Ashland with his grandparents when he was young.
Rob Wiederstein, the state Representative in Henderson and parts of Daviess County, was our guest this week. He talked about how running in 2020 is different from 2018, the impact of COVID-19 and the racial reckoning on the campaign of a Democrat outside a big city, and his thoughts on the likelihood of a bill to ban no-knock warrants in the 2021 session. He also spoke about some of the bill he's carried in the previous session and hopes to in future session which deal with important but neglected healthcare issues.
October 21, 2020
This week Jazmin updated several parts of the Breonna Taylor story, including a resolution in the attempts to allow Grand Jurors to speak, the status of protestors' legal situation, and a media interview with Sgt. Mattingly, one of the police officers involved in Breonna Taylor's killing. Robert gave an update about COVID-19, which is worse now than it's ever been, and it looks like it's getting even worse.
Our interview this week was with Jason Stroude, the Democrat in Senate District 17, who is taking on Damon Thayer. He's a union member and a butcher, and hopes to bring a fresh perspective to Frankfort. He's one of a set of new Democrats running in districts that include parts of Northern Kentucky, and talked to us about what he will do in Frankfort and how it differs from Damon Thayer's agenda.
October 14, 2020
This week we welcomed Rep. Attica Scott and her daughter Ashanti to speak about their arrest as well as their efforts in the fight for justice for Breonna Taylor. Rep. Scott talked to us about "Breonna's Law", which she filed for the 2021 session, and Ashanti Scott talked to us about juggling her classes at UofL during the COVID-19 pandemic with participating in demonstrations and protests.
During the show, Robert previewed the 2020 Kentucky legislative elections, including seats where Democrats might pick up seats and places where Republicans are favored to pick up seats in both the House and Senate, throughout the state. Jazmin talked through the developments in the Breonna Taylor grand jury, new evidence we've learned about in the case, and the ongoing protest movement, as well as a COVID update. Jazmin also gave her take on the second constitutional amendment on the ballot this year.
October 7, 2020
This week Jazmin and Robert speak with two really great guests: Keturah Herron of the ACLU, and Attorney Kevin Glogower (who is representing a member of the Breonna Taylor grand jury in a lawsuit). Ms. Herron spoke about the effort to pass Breonna's Law in Frankfort and the other priorities of the ACLU going into the 2021 session, and Mr. Glogower talked about the lawsuit he filed and what he hopes comes from the suit.
In addition, Jazmin talked about what we learned about the Breonna Taylor grand jury this week, and Robert did a COVID-19 update.
September 30, 2020
Jazmin and Robert reunite for their first show in 5 weeks and discuss everything that's happened in the Breonna Taylor case since last week: what happened during the protests over the weekend, updates on the grand jury process, and what is coming next. Robert also talked about Interim Police Chief Robert Schroeder's testimony before Metro Council, plus a COVID update and Quick Hits!
Alexandra Owensby, the Democrat running in Kentucky's 4th U.S. Congressional District, joined us for an interview. She told us why she thinks she can win a Solid Republican district and how she has campaigned in a district stretching from Louisville to Ashland.
September 23, 2020
This week, Robert and Guthrie Graves-Fitzsimmons cover the grand jury in the Breonna Taylor case only returning a single indictment -- for three shots which entered other apartments. In addition, the pair discuss a vote of no confidence into Mayor Greg Fischer, COVID-19, and the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Robert also interviewed Guthrie, whose book Just Faith: Reclaiming Progressive Christianity was just released. Guthrie talked about the book's insights into the power and size of the progressive Christian movement and his dreams of how progressive people of faith can have a bigger impact on our world.
September 16, 2020
This week, Courtney Preston Kellner, a lawyer who has represented several protestors, and Carmen Jones, a protestor and founder of Black Women's Collective, talked about her experience getting arrested during a protest and about founding the BWC. It's a great conversation!
During the first part of the show, Robert and Courtney spoke about the Governor's plan for school districts as they start to open, and about the settlement reached between Breonna Taylor's family and the city of Louisville, as well as several other topics.
** Our apologies for the quality of the audio while Robert is speaking during the interview.
September 9, 2020
This week, Jazmin welcomed attorneys E.A. Duncan and Daren Neel on the podcast to talk about family courts and Daren’s run for Family Court Judge in Jefferson County. E.A. stuck around to discuss this week’s COVID-19 related news, Derby protests, a change in LMPD leadership, and a possible update in the Breonna Taylor investigation.
September 2, 2020
This week, local attorney Ally Holt joins Jazmin to talk bankruptcy law and courts. Jazmin also gives the weekly COVID-19 update, including some new childcare regulations. Finally, this week's episode deals with new information in the Breonna Taylor case, including information about an internal LMPD report, plea negotiations for Jemarcus Glover, and a new lawsuit filed by Kenneth Walker.
August 26, 2020
This week, attorney Yvette DeLaGuardia joins Jazmin as Robert is away on paternity leave! Jazmin spoke with Ms. DeLaGuardia about Kentucky appellate courts, jury trials in pandemic times, and police brutality.
The episode also touches on COVID-19's impact on the fall sports season (including this year's Kentucky Derby), the Governor's plan for rental assistance, and how to vote in 2020. In addition, we talk about the protest movement and a disagreement between Daniel Cameron and Amy McGrath as well as this week's "BreonnaCon"