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Steve Failows & Samer Rohani - Fantasy Hockey Champs

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HOCKEY PALS - your one stop shop for two dudes talking all things NHL with a side of Fantasy Hockey. Trades, signings, breaking news and wildly irresponsible rumormongering from both myself (Steve) and Sam. And each of us have won our Fantasy league twice so we're basically Gods. Stick around and give us a listen on your way to work, or when you need to avoid that guy sitting next to you on your flight who really wants to talk to you about his new sandals.
 
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We dedicate this episode to Alameda County Supervisor Wilma Chan, who was tragically killed on Nov. 3. We look back at her long legacy of fighting for the most vulnerable among us. And what comes next? We also look at the possible candidates for appointment and the ramifications for the Board of Supervisors and her district's residents.…
 
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GOP consultant Jason Scalese joins the program (perhaps only for the craft beers) on this episode of the podcast. The killing by Hayward Police of a 29-year-old man with a history of mental illness last November, and the release last month of an Alameda County District Attorney report finding insufficient evidence to prosecute the case, has highlig…
 
Dublin typically stays out of the political limelight, but last week it's decision against flying the LGBT Pride flag brought the moderate to conservative Tri-Valley's ideology in full relief for all to see. What happens next? Castro Valley, meanwhile, is changing and some want to shed the oversight of Alameda County and become a city. Michael Kusi…
 
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--Season Premiere of the Steve Tavares Is Angry Podcast-- After more than two years of asserting President Trump colluded with the Russians to swing the 2016 election, Rep. Eric Swalwell is facing a great deal of ridicule from the right now that the Mueller Report appears to have found insufficient evidence of collusion. What happens now for Swalwe…
 
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