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"51283605 90 Now I'm not going to start about and I'm not going to say it on there. I don't believe to say that on there and give it a little bit. Let everybody everybody wake up. It is 5 36, and we're so glad that there are no Ladies and gentlemen, you have found the tattoo done Show half and you can jump in at 51283605 95 on Friday. Yes, it is. It is. Listen, you can jump in any time you want We begin with the day's top stories. The Labor Department releases the key jobs report this morning for the month of May. The April jobs report was disappointing, with employment gains falling well short of expectations. However, for May, economists are forecasting a pickup in hiring as more people get vaccinated and businesses offer higher. And other incentives to attract workers. Economists surveyed by The Wall Street Journal are predicting around 671,000 jobs were added during the month after gaining 266,000 in April and that the unemployment rate fell to 5.9% in May from 6.1% in April. But even with a month of strong employment gains, the U. S will still have millions of fewer jobs than it did before the pandemic struck. Hillary Barsky Fox News another round of high level talks at the White House. House on about the topic is infrastructure. We begin with newsman Griff Jenkins. It is make it or break a day at the White House says Senator kept the returns for a second day of meetings with White House press secretary Jen Psaki, saying the sausage making isn't always pretty. And she says there's no Monday deadline anymore. So can they get a deal done? Let's take a look at where things stand. Remember the initial infrastructure offer from President Biden was 2.3 Trillion, u revised it to 1.7 Trillion. Now that latest just one trillion that's pretty close to the Republic. Against $928 billion plan now to pay for it. The White House walked back their initial proposal to raise the corporate tax rate to 28% as the GOP has consistently opposed any changes to the 2017 text law that dropped into 21%. The White House now is suggesting a 15% minimum tax to curb underpayment that is newsman Griff Jenkins reporting. He is also reporting on another story this morning about a former State Department official who says efforts looking into the origins of Covid 19 were heavily tampered. And I really think data like people getting ill in November from the laboratory. If that proves true, that coincides exactly when we know this virus hit China. And the former city See director says he was even threatened for his views. Challenging the biological bad theory. I have spent my life in virology. I do not believe This somehow.

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"So glad you're here at 51283605 90 getting updates on this hack of JBs and our meat processing here in North America and in Australia, we'll get to that. Just a second. We had a conversation earlier this morning with folks in the trucking industry about how you know lack of drivers and now the cyber attack and how it's affecting meat prices across this country, and Aaron is in Austin. He's on the tide of Don Show this morning, Aaron. Good Morning. What's on your mind? Didn't win. Yes, sir. Yes, sir. I was just just a little background is that I have I have trained drivers. From multiple municipalities in this area on day over the last few years, the Texas Department of Transportation has our DPS officer says. Changed the way they The certified driver's now resulting and, you know, I'd say about 80% failure rate on their 1st 1st go round of testing, and then you get A couple more attempts, but those air months apart when they fit you in, finally on. By that time, they've already found another job because they got to make ends meet. Absolutely. Or they got fired from the current job because they couldn't you know, meet the Meet the qualifications to be a trucker. What's so difficult about the qualifications? Well, Yeah, most of it. You got a lot of red tape. You know, if you forget something when you're here, you know you have a permit issued to you, but you forget it. On your way there. You show up and say why I have my permit. It's on the records and they say, Well, do you have in your pocket? No. Okay, well, you can come back and see me in two months. Wow, Esso that zounds! That's not good. Yeah, And then in also, they're going to go ahead and they're going to charge you one of your three attempts at your tests by giving you that So you got you got some people that are signing up and being kicked out because of some some minor offenses If you will. Yeah, absolutely. And And the testing part of move on to just the test. In general. The tests are hard. Um, I got my license back in 2007 and Now your season driver's probably couldn't take these tests and passing. Wow, just mainly because once again technicalities when you go in there, and they You passed your paper tests once you do that, you have to go in for an in person walk around. You go. And you do this walk around. You have somebody that hasn't Had no idea what they're doing with the truck. And they're administering this test verbatim. So if you call another boat Or a bolt in it. You got tagged wound for each one of those Each one of those discrepancies in your walk around you get a point. Once you reach a certain amount of points, you failed. They stop the test. Don't tell you what you got right or wrong, and they send you home. They tell you all right? That's one of your your attempts. I'll see you again and Most of time. It's about a month because the tests themselves takes so long that that's the backlog and you have so many people failing the test. That They You know, they have a huge back on and I think that with with over the last year in the layoffs that happened There's a lot of drivers that probably said And maybe there's a few that I'll call in. But they might have said You know what I'm done with this? I'm gonna go ahead and change career directions. Let go of their CBL and good luck getting it again because Unless you're coming straight out of high school or college right now. Those tests and the way that they administer, um aren't for Aren't for You know the driver of 20 years ago? Where driver of teen years ago? That's interesting. Yeah, this is the first time somebody is called with specifics about about the problem. Usually it's just not enough young people are getting into the game of, you know, wanted to be a truck driver, but you take it one step first. Absolutely. You're right about that. Um, Secondly, that you have You even have some test Proctor's certain locations that you do not bring your students too, because they will fail you. So you will grab 100 Miles out of your way to go to a different GPS location. Sounds like this. Um, ego is, um, sounds like there's some ego involved here. With some of these These test. People give it a test thing is unnecessary. No question about it, because that's that there and sat in on these tests and said, Well, what's going on? You can't be back here, sir. It sounds like the trucking industry needs to get involved in this. No kidding. And quite inhibiting. What? What is the age limit by the way for becoming a trucker? Is there an age limit? Come a trucker at 18 years old. If your interest state when you're going to stay inside of state lines, you could be 18 years old or it's 21. If you're gonna be interstate, what's the maximum drive National? I'm looking for a plan B in case radio didn't work out what? What's the maximum maximum e? I mean, you could take that You probably have to go do some of that a new mascot. They're teaching and things like that to build a fast test, But I've never run, so take it. Take a few more than too few this classes they came up with in the last couple of years and you might be able to pass the test. But no, there's no There's no age limit. Anybody can get in it. What's it cost? What's the cost? To take the course. Take the test and become a drive you If you were locally, there's cos If you wanted to become a CDO driver, you pay about $5000 for the scores. And they will let you come in, and they're going to teach you that. You know, they will help you with the written part of the test, and then they're gonna teach you how to do the walk around test. And then at that point, they're gonna have a truck You practice driving in and then they're gonna bring you for your in person tests, and I sat there with those proctors. With those teachers. Those companies. the same room with them multiple times. And their students fail is well, interesting. Five k. That sounds like a lot. Oh, yeah, it is. I mean,.

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"Clark is assistant attorney general, the first black woman to leave the Justice Department's civil rights division, where shall oversee investigations of the Minneapolis and Louisville police departments. Republicans have concerns about Clark's views on police, saying Susan Collins of Maine, the only GOP senator to vote for her. The Senate will also vote soon on creating a commission to investigate the Capitol attack. Senate Majority Leader truck Schumer says the formation of an independent commission to look into what happened on January 6th this more important than ever since Janu. Every six Donald Trump in all, too many Republicans have tried to spread the big lie, Schumer says a commissioner needed to get it. The truth is, some lawmakers downplay the riot 35. Republicans in the House helped advance that legislation. But Senate Republicans air mostly lining up in opposition. I think this is a purely political exercise that adds nothing. The sum total of information. Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says ongoing investigations from Congress and the Justice Department are sufficient boxes. Jared Halpern on the Hill Ah federal judge just tossing out an indictment accusing former Trump Advisor Steve Bannon of defrauding border wall donors, citing Trump's pardon of Bannon. America is listening to Fox views. News Radio K L B J I'm John Cooley. This news a surface of service experts. Leander I s D. Is investigating a photo of one of its school bus is driving overall low water crossing road with water moving over it. Okay, Xcn reports. The photo was taken just yesterday at County Road, 1 77. Brushy Creek Bridge. This is the same spot where in 2018 another school bus was swept off the bridge where the kids still inside today, then also public health has confirmed 147 cases of covert 19 variants and Travis County but say those variants are putting no extra strain on the local hospital system. Austin Soccer's scene is a light with excitement since Austin FC officials say their first home game ever Will be held at 100% capacity Baby. Riley's Irish Pub at Mueller Co owner Steve Basil says he is excited getting Austin FC has already been filling barstools during away games were literally at capacity by kickoff. Every single match your kale, BJ radar Weather Watch. It's 88 degrees. Lowest 70 Get Austin News on demand at news radio K L B J com Live and local every afternoon to before. This is Marc Melinda and Ed on NewsRadio, K O B. J Call or text them and 51283605 90..

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"51283605 90 Now here are Todd and don 5 36 Times, Jeffries and don Prior. Yeah, You can expect to see some signs coming down on doors, you know about requiring mask and things like that, now that the CDC is changed its recommendations. Kelly Hinkle owns the Longhorn Cafe and Ron Rocket spoke with CBS Austin News this morning. And things could look a different little bit different, but not everything. I don't know if they've been vaccinated. You can't wear a mask and eat so, so we're gonna continue to wear our masks as a staff. There you go. Now, that may be happening in a lot of businesses around town, and maybe you're a business owner. Maybe you're part of the wait staff or whatever business you're part of What your new policies Now that the CDC is clear the way for you to take your mask off in most situations if you're fully vaccinated, and we get more on the story from newsman Griff Jenkins, But you know, guys, really, the messaging on this thing depends on your point. Stayed here to referring to, or even what business This is but make no mistake. This is a major milestone in its return to normalcy from the pandemic for the 35 million Americans who are fully vaccinated now. Visually, it was such a stark contrast. When we saw yesterday, President Biden wearing no mask walking up with vice president Here's to the microphone in making this announcement. Rule is very simple. Yet vaccinated or wear a mask until you do this after the CDC issues as new guidelines for those who have gotten the shot, saying you no longer have to wear mass outdoors or indoors and most settings in lifting social distancing in most gatherings, while still advising people wear masks and crowded indoor settings, like public transportation, or If you're feeling coming 19 symptoms and don't throw away the mask. The CDC is director also had a warning. This virus can be unpredictable. So if things get worse, there was always a chance. We may need to make change to these recommendations on Capitol Hill Speaker Pelosi says, Don't ditch the mask instructing House members that they must still where their mask when they are in Chamber except for when they are speaking, representative Nancy Mace had this reaction. This is the time to leader country through this crisis, and instead she's doubling down on this, and we didn't be encouraging vaccinations and show what that post backs life looks like now. Several states like New York and California have received these new guidelines, but they say they're reviewing them before unmasking anyone. And you better check with businesses before you walk in with a naked face. Major chains are taking different approaches. It appears so far. If you're headed to Starbucks, Kruger or Home Depot, it appears you better be wearing a mask at CVS or Walgreen's or Macy's. They're still reviewing their policies. But if you're headed to Disney world, you may be likely to enjoy a mask free vacation. This summer. The CEO calling the White House's announcement good news ago. That's newsman Griff Jenkins in Washington. Meet us 5 39. And you could jump in at 51283605 90. Austin City staffers plans to have a preliminary report about possible locations for designated encampments ready today. But what are these encampments like Max Moscow with the other ones Foundation is helping with the state sanctioned homeless camp known as Camp Esperanza and says what I always tell when volunteers I always tell them you're safer coming here than you are. Going and getting drunk on Sixth Street, and we all know that a lot of people go out and do that. He calls the notion that homeless people are violent of misconception, he says. People out here may look dangerous, but that's because some of them have been on the street for years and need a decades. John Cooley News Radio K O B. J the President Biden's providing an update on the Colonial pipeline restarts as we hear from Fox reporter Asia. Lee, Stronger presidents and Colonial Pipeline started its fuel operations again, saying the majority of places they service should be reaching full operational capacity. But it didn't come without that. Panic buying at the pump in a tweet colonial pipeline confirmed the restart. The Biden said the effects would not be immediately not feel the effects at the pump immediately. This is not like flicking on a light switch. They have toe safely and fully return to normal operations. This comes as fuel shortages across the East Coast have gotten worse, one source says. As of Thursday, gas stations in places like D C. The Carolinas, as well as Virginia and Georgia saw gas stations without fuel anywhere from 49 to 73%, our nation's capital, being the highest reported without gas at the pump Colonial pipeline reportedly paying $5 million in ransom money to that group. Sponsor a bill for the cyber attack, which is believed to be from Russia. The administration of Republicans say some progress is being made on an emerging infrastructure spending package. President Biden is signaling Memorial Day is a deadline to find progress on a bipartisan infrastructure package. I laid out what I thought we should be doing. How it should be paid for. The president described a 90 minute meeting with several Senate Republicans is very good, indicating a good faith effort. West Virginia Republican Shelley Moore Capito agreed. I think we all felt that he was On honest broker here in terms of wanting to actually do something together. Republicans have put forward ain't nearly $600 billion alternative to a nearly $2 trillion package proposed by the president on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern, Fox News, Israel and Hamas continuing to engage in airstrikes overnight. In.

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"51283605 90. Now you're are Todd and seven Oh, five Todd Jeffries and don Prior high 51283605 90. So this this homeless crisis It's been a pretty good distraction from other city news, hasn't it? We've been focused on cleaning up our streets trying to make the community a little bit safer. The voters overwhelmingly said that they want this. These camping ordinance is to be enforced. And now they're dealing with this issue of the city, considering 10 different campsites, maybe even using city parks as campsites. That is an issue that they're actively kicking around and discussing on Austin City Hall. So which part do you want to use as a homeless encampment? Which park do you officially want to give up? Forever to be used as a homeless in camp. Oh, I see what they do, I they would put it right in Zilker Park man right in everybody's face the crown jewel of Parks of Austin, Texas, that that we've all that we all love and if have grown up with, like, May if you've lived here is long as I have, and they would put it right there to make the biggest statement they could, and then he shouldn't even be a discussion. We should be started. Put him in those hotels the people bought and start finding other places, you know, to get him into programs and Shelters. Whatever you gotta do, considering a parks, it immediately makes it less safe in the neighborhood immediately. You couldn't walk to your neighborhood park. It should not be an option. It should not. I cannot believe it's being considered. Well. Listen, this homeless crisis now with humanitarian crisis here in Austin, it's been an incredible distraction of other city news. You've already forgotten about our electric power grid and the water supply And that frees of February that thing you've already forgot about that. Well. The Austin City Council did host a special called Zoom class a zoo meeting because they're still scared to get together. Come on, stop that Austin City Council hosted a special called meeting to discuss the city's response to the devastating February winter storm. As we hear from CBS Austin K. I. This is a disaster that really tested our ability to stay focused and communicate. That's one Ortiz, director of Austen's Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. He met with council members Tuesday to talk about February's devastating winter storm in the cities. Bunz. There were some some barriers to access of Information Council members say they were left in the darkest to what to do. They requested emergency training and a better understanding of their role during these events. The words would be sad, pretty repeatedly. Am I the one that's supposed to be doing this for community volunteers helping council members say there was miscommunication over who needed help and how to get resource is two people. According to deaths reported by the Travis County Medical Examiner. During the Winter storm, we counted two deaths caused directly by hypothermia and another 17 that could be tied to the storm caused by things like crashes, fires and falls through everything we could add it. To be able to ensure that we were doing the best we could to respond to the incident. But council members say it wasn't enough. They've created a task force. It's gathering community feedback and are working on an after action report detailing what went right. What went wrong and what to do. In case it happens again. That was frankly, an emergency on top of emergency on top of a pandemic. I'd like to hear more about what they're planning for the hot summer months and rolling blackouts. Absolutely at the next ice storm, But what are you doing now? The short this grid in our city? Yeah, exactly. That's it. That's a source of stress it no doubt about it. Listen, there's nothing like a good old task force and an action memo. You know, there's nothing better than that. Right here. Task Force I go. Oh, yeah, They're on it. Now get everybody together and talk about it. Task force is just another thing of its another way. They kicked the can down the road and, yeah, you know what Ton and also back to the fact that they're still our City Council for the past year has not been in the same room together. There's no excuse for that. Now stop with the zoom meetings. Get in the same damn room and get together because all of you surely have been vaccinated, right? Right? Of course you have right? I mean, you're here to set an example. You're telling me that the Austin City Council should start acting like they're vaccinated. Start acting like you're vaccinated and get in the same damn room Because this is so limiting as far as doing these zoom meetings. There's no opportunity for you know any conversation alcohol that might spark up that? Who knows? Might Ah, good idea Might suppose a spark, you know, come out of that, although good ideas or Apparently not possible from City Council, but you'd never know, but but it's silly. It's just silly. The zoom meetings there that continuing with our city Council. Listen. Texas apparently is not doing a very good job when it comes to today's alarmingly high youth, tobacco rate Children and teenagers in Texas air using e cigarettes. And more than twice the rate of traditional cigarettes. That's according to a 2021 Elektronik Nicotine delivery system report in 2019. Only 2.4% of high schoolers regularly used a reported using disposable e cigarette products compared to the 26.5% in 2020 this, according to the CDC, a tenfold increase in just a year. Our kids. They kicked cigarettes, but they immediately got on the E cigarette. It started Vaping, and they became addicted to nicotine in a much more effective way. Now, despite this, Texas does not let me any excise tax on e cigarettes. Unlike the way they do, you know cigarettes, real cigarettes, which attacks at approximately 30% of retail prices. Now it's crucial that lawmakers according to the states, but in an opinion piece this morning act to close that loophole to ensure that tax taxes apply equally to all tobacco products, according to the editorial. They're into states when they say this approach will prompt minors to quit and keep them from ever starting rather than encouraging them to switch to another deadly product because of its lower prices. I don't think higher prices make people quit nicotine. I really don't. I was addicted to nicotine for God about 18 years and let me tell you, you pay what you're gonna pay. If you're addicted to it. You know what? I can't ask. I discovered this over the weekend because I was talking to somebody who just bought a can of Copenhagen's, You know, snuff. Six bucks..

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"O a dot com So my regards to this this domestic, you know his situation. They're in Northwest Hills Northwest Austin Great Hills Trail Area yesterday afternoon that Travis County D a Jose Garza, who took office in January, he said in a statement. My heart breaks for the victims of this senseless act of violence and their families. Every day. Law enforcement's the judges and prosecutors work hard to keep our committee say from acts of violence. When Mr Brodrick is captured, he will be held accountable. That is that is the very latest right there on this situation. We also confirmed that two of the victims have been confirmed. At least via the elegant I SD. They were. Two of the youngest of the victims were one was a student. There was gonna be playing football next year at the University of North Texas. One had graduated recently. And you know, very active members, very academically successful in athletic, and it's very sad story for those folks in the Elgon I s d this morning. You could jump in at 51283605 90 Toll free 87759055 to 5, you know. It is amazing to me how lax the system is right now, as far as someone who has been accused of rape Eyes able to walk around free like that, and also who especially when you get an impact statement like that from the victim who says I'm afraid of my father. He's going to try to kill me if you let him out. And and he did. I mean, essentially, none of that was taken seriously. I don't know. And the fact that was he as far as how bail works eyes it possible that he really got out like with $5000. I mean, given the dash in a monetary, they put a GPS tracking device on him he wore for about 140 days and His lawyer was able to, you know, submit a written statement saying he's had no problems, and judge Karen Sage says she typically allows them to take their monitors off after that 90 days. If there's no problem apparently had no problem now. He also had his weapons taken away from him and wasn't supposed to go buy any new weapons. Not sure if that happened or not. But he did go on a killing spree yesterday. And, uh, I example of unfolded exactly the way the daughter said It would example also, no matter what happens is for us gun legislation. The bad guys were going to still get a gun. You know how you know whether he has guns were taken away or not? We don't know. But it sounds to me like the system fell. This family and this child particularly Completely completely completely ineffective. 7 50 former President Donald Trump says Republicans running in the 2022 midterms should be running on the trump platform. If they want to win. Yes. We've expanded the Republican Party you've seen. I mean the Texas border. We have the biggest Hispanic vote since, as the governor said to me, he called me up great governor, he said. Since Reconstruction, I said, You're talking about civil war right, he said. Since civil war If you want to win and win big, you have to do that. You have to do it. There you go. That's Trump. He was on Fox last night now Joe body and finally is referring to the situation on the borders of crisis. Following that video of that 10 year old boy there was found walking in the dark at night. All alone, Biden finally used the word that his administration has been trying to avoid at just about every turn. Crisis. And then there are questions about the role of vice president Kamila Harris, who was tasked with dealing with the root causes of this crisis at the border. There's no indication at this point when or if she's going to see firsthand what's happening now Secretary of State Anthony Blinken, he says. It's you know, it's it will be very hard to meet Joe Biden's pledge to resettle 62,000 refugees by the end of the fiscal year. Made the challenges the U. S migrant facilities are are facing still Kamala. She's a no show. You know she's still you know, she's supposed to lead this effort and still is a no show, not making any real promises. Not really doing anything. If you will know, the only thing we we've heard is that she was going to visit Central America and try toe. You know, I guess by herself, maybe she's going to Steve Adler's combo, said Lucas conduct Maybe so, Mark Brana Bitch is the Arizona attorney. General. There's a parent because an attorney general former game prosecutor, it is absolutely heartbreaking to see that video. This is the United States of America, not some third World country. You don't have to be a psychic to have predicted this. It's Porter crisis. As I've said from the beginning is a national security area issue and a humanitarian crisis. It's why I've sent a letter to our governor, asking him to declare a state of emergency, asking them to deploy the National Guard. We need to be doing everything because they can is a country to secure the border not only for national security reasons, but for humanitarian reasons. You know, the president has executive orders in his tool box. Do you have anything left in the state? A G toolbox that you can use. Help solve this problem, or you basically all out of tools, Tom, we're going to continue to do everything we can I can is an Eiji and my colleagues. As you may know, I've already been involved in three lawsuits against the Biden administration s. So we're gonna continue to do everything we can. We've asked the court's order the wall be constructed. We've asked, they reinstate remain in Mexico policy with acid to reinstate the deportation policy, and we've we've asked interviews, the court will take another look at the public charge rule because what the Biden administration is done. Is the criminal lines incentivized, and now they're monetizing people crossing into this country illegally. There you go. He's spot on. Yeah, jumping at 51283605 90. What was the point in in appointing Kamala the borders? That was just small coin. That was just smoking mirrors. I mean, did they realized afterwards that Wow, That was kind of a stupid mistake? No, no, no. I think everything's going according to plan. Showed for the progressive left. This is you know, they thrive in chaos. You know what's going on in the border? That's exactly what they ran on. Why are people surprised that this is happening? I mean, this is what You voted for our allegedly voted for? I guess they thought it would be enough to just show that they have appointed a border czar, and that should be enough to pass by all of us. They never had any intention to fix this problem. They don't have any intention to fix this. Fix this problem. They have been running a campaign for open borders for a couple of years. Well, and people say Oh, no, they're not tied and they don't want nobody wants open borders. Yeah, they do. Yeah, they do. Yeah, they do. And as far as you know this, whatever. Just a ceremonial are symbolic, You know, move for her to go down. This is Central America, and we're going to address the root cause of this problem. That's something that is going to take years and years and years and years have drastic action to change. She needs to be where the problem is right now, and that's right there on the American border, and she's not going. There is new information this morning in regards to that horrible shooter situation in which three people were killed by that former Travis County detective yesterday. We're learning a little bit more about the victims, and we'll tell you we'll give you a full report straight ahead right after the local news at the top of the hour, you could jump in at 512836059 in Thailand Don show I think it's fair to say that most families haven't lied. 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02:13 min | 4 months ago

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"You there. NewsRadio, K o b. J 51283605 90 If you would like to join us. And, uh, holy No, I'm seeing that traffics opened up again. Well, that's pretty fast work on the part of textile. Apparently slow to get the the no doubt about what's going on there, but pretty quick on the fix. Well, good news. Good news on that. Let's get back to, uh, the water situation. Power situation here in Central Texas and What's going to be done about it. Going forward. What? You heard the governor. Mentioned about getting more plumbers and state. We'll talk about that here in just a moment. I want to come back to something that we were talking about right before. The local news break with John Cooley there I think I mentioned this right before the news break. That's er Conte Electric Reliability. Council of Texas reviews about 100 weatherization plans a year and they make general suggestions those air guidelines just recommendations. Kat spokesperson. Says the council doesn't have the authority to find or penalize generators. If plans have any shortcomings. Now enter the Texas Public Utility Commission. We know it was announced just on Friday during an emergency meeting that the PUC is going to investigate exactly what led to the disruption of Electrical power for millions of Texans. P. U. C. Has three members. They're appointed by the governor. Here's the crux of this to me. PUC requires energy generators. Based on all the reading has been done by me and many others. All the reporting has been done by so many others. 2011. Was a big winner event. Here in Texas. Certainly not to the magnitude and scale of.

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02:14 min | 4 months ago

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"At 51283605 90. Welcome back, everybody. Let's go to the phone. This is this is Matt. Good morning, Matt. What can I help you with? Hey there. Thanks for taking my call. I have a non storm related question for you. Yes, sir. So we moved in last march to a new construction and my trees that seem to be able to balance fact from the storm. Just fine. So thanks for your words this weekend, but I don't know how to take care of them. When I'm supposed to take down the I think they're called tie downs or what? The move those tell me a little bit about that. Sure if you have a steak tree, you first off. You. They really shouldn't steak trees unless the one they put in is so big that the canopy has that is big, much, much bigger than the root ball. Those tend to get blown over and a priest relief police so they should take the tree number two. The stakes shouldn't the binding Holding it to the stakes. You should always be able to put your fingers inside that finding you're not trying to strangle the trees. So those you really want to check that first. It should not be a tight rap against the tree. It should be loose enough that you can put your fingers in there. Usually usually it will depend on the tree and what you can do is grab the trunk and wiggle it a little right. Ah, years worth of staking. Is usually enough to be able to remove the stakes. This is all predicated on you know how bigotry eccentric cetera. So if it's been there about a year, and you grabbed the trunk and you wiggle it back and forth, and you see that it's really not going anywhere in the root ball's got a good connection to the soil. You can probably remove the states. Now you want to leave him for a while? That's fine. Just make sure they're not strangling the tree. Yeah, they still there Since they're young. They did. They are kind of drooping now,.

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05:19 min | 4 months ago

"51283605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Text messages at 51283605 90. Welcome back, folks last little bit of the show here, let me try to cover some of the text messages that we've gotten. Can you poured corps, including around plants in a garden? Yes. The plants are already growing. I know some friends who use corn gluten, they would plant their onions. Because of the way onions they're grown so close together. They're really a monster to wed. They're hard to do with the hoe. You You basically have to hand we'd um They would plant the onions. Then put down the corn gluten. Cora gluten doesn't affect and already growing plant. So the onions weren't bothered by it. But it prevented weeds from germinating and it reduced the amount of work they needed to do to keep. The The onion bed from being overrun by weeds so you can use corn gluten in your garden. But you cannot use corn gluten somewhere where you were planting by seed. Because it will stop the seeds from germinating. So if your garden is already full of already growing plants, corn gluten is safe to use in that area won't affect plants that are already growing. Just remember you're using corn gluten who can't be planting seeds with it? You have to give the corn gluten that six weeks or so before you start putting seeds in the soil or the quarreled, Wignall, stop your seeds from growing. So safety used in your garden under those conditions. Now, corn gluten comes in a couple of different forms. It's crowned is a meal, which is kind of fluffy. It looks like sometimes it's chipped. Where they just take the dried corn in this fractured and it almost looks like scratch for those of you raise chickens. It can be Pel. It'd Any time you have the dry product. And result is the same. I don't know of any study that shows one form is more efficient or effective than the other. And the dry product is the on. Lee won that when it's done doing its job. Breaks down into a fertilizer. Now, what's that mean? The dry product when it's quit doing and stop the weeds? Was about 9% nitrogen. Now, why would I talk about the drive products off? Because you can get corn gluten in a liquid form. You can get it in a spray bottle attached to the store hose and sprayers really easy to use. Liquid form stops. Weeds does the same thing The dry does. The liquid form does not break down into a fertilizer. So it's only the weed part that dry for Mia's weed and feed in an organic sense. Because it will stop the weeds from germinating and Linden doing its job It breaks down into a fertilizer doesn't matter what form the dry product is. It stops with and it's a fertilizer. The liquid form may be very convenient for you on the whole is ends prayer. I get that there's lots of times. Works really well, when you're doing your onion bad, for example. But the liquid form provides no fertilization. So that's really the only difference between the 21 may be more convenient, but one provides that extra boost of fertilization. Which really does a good job in our turf. Stopping those ugly weeds that show up when we haven't already growing turfgrass And then fertilizing it at the right time in the spring to really put on that new growth. That's super effective it giving you a real nice, consistent and stir so time it out properly. But there's the dries the on Lee won that also provides Fertilizer effect. What else we got here? Corn gluten around the garden amaryllis bulbs. They naturalized here. If you have planted the hardy Amarillas You can leave them in the ground. Will bloom ones. Cut them back when the least start turning brown, you know, introduce high, Stubbs. Mark where that bed is. They should come back. Every year. You can leave them in the ground here in Texas. If you dug them up and you want to store them because you're doing the inside bulbs, and you don't want a pot with justice will stub in it. Usually.

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03:20 min | 5 months ago

"51283605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"At 51283605 90. Now you're are Todd and done about that. It is 805. I'm Todd Jeffries. He's done. Prior and together. It's the tide of Don show. And you could jump in at 51283605 90. Now check this out. The Austin City Council's Alison Alter She's asking police she Brian, mainly to investigate to find out if any. Austin police officers took part in the riot at the state capital of the nation's capital that is in Washington, D. C. Then she spoke with Fox seven news. We're at a critical point. In our history and people who want to lead in our community. Um, we need to speak out. And we need to be very clear to affirm our democratic values on day to be clear about our expectations. And sometimes that means holding people to high standards. And we need to have clarity s so that the community Can be confident in our law enforcement now. The Austin Police Association says the request was unnecessary and insulting. Right? Yeah, the police Association president, Ken Cassidy says. You just don't go willy nilly investigating people. There is no word on what the response will be from police chief Brian Manly. What kind of response He's gonna give Alison Alter. What is Alison alters motive here. I mean, this is just kind of random. She's just kind of trying to. She's trying to find a problem. She's trying to find the problem is not there. It's another example of how the City Council does not want to work with our police. It's another example of how our city council Dislikes our police force. It's ridiculous. It's unnecessary. They weren't there. And if they were there just simply protesting exercising their right to do so great. If they went inside the Capitol. That's another issue altogether. Does she have any evidence that happened? Did she have any evidence? Where is this coming from? Well, she not have anything better to do. There have been police officers all across the country that have you know that they were there. They did go inside, right? She have any evidence that any of ours were there? 51283605 99 find something productive to do Alison find something to do that makes our city a better place to live in. How about that? Instead of spending your time, your preoccupation. We're trying to find something wrong with the police. That's not there. How about that? How about that sister? We'd appreciate it is taxpayers. We would appreciate that ever so much. All right, Jump in at 51283605 90 ridiculous. So there were several people from across the state of Texas that were on hand for protest in our state Capitol over the weekend. Uh, you know, and in fact, several people they're armed in some cases, as we hear from K eyes. Jordan Banky, Despite some protesters being dressed like they're prepared for combat Sundays, demonstrations at the Capitol were brief and peaceful. Just feet away from armed Second Amendment advocates and groups that identify his libertarians. Anno overwhelming amount of law enforcement were on the Capitol grounds, which was closed to the public. I think that if.

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01:31 min | 5 months ago

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"Live jump in at 51283605 90. Now here are Todd and done. That's right. Spy 36 Times, Jeffries and don prior. Good morning. He's a gentleman. You have found the tide of Don show we do this till 10. And at this time of day we always begin with some of the big stories. And as of course, you could always jump in any time you wanted the conversation your opinion matters at 51283605 91 week ago today. Rioters attacked Capitol Hill. Now some lawmakers are working to hold President Donald Trump accountable for that violence, and we begin with newsman Griff Jenkins in our nation's capital. Good morning Buck a lot, but it's going to be a busy day. And after the effort to get pensive 25th amendment failed, Speaker Pelosi will now plow forward with voting to impeach president For the second time in 13 months, the president's actions demonstrate his absolute inability to charge the most basic and fundamental powers. Duties of his office. Therefore, the president must be removed from office immediately, and she's named her nine empty train managers. Unless you see here includes Trump critics like Ted Lieu and Jamie Raskin and Eric Swalwell, who is under pressure to step down because of his ties to a Chinese spy. Swot has denied any wrongdoing. Meanwhile, a defiant president Trump visiting the Texas border yesterday says this will only damage the country. The impeachment hoax is a continuation of the greatest and most vicious.

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02:07 min | 5 months ago

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Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling

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07:08 min | 7 months ago

Amy Coney Barret Tilts The Balance in Divisive Ruling

"A lot for being with us on this day after Thanksgiving. It was right before Thanksgiving late Wednesday. When the U. S Supreme Court The majority said, even in a pandemic You can't put away the Constitution. Now. In New York governor Cuomo says that he issued these restrictions on places of worship. Based on science. And safety. And so this is a fascinating ruling. In many regards number one. It's a big plus for religious freedom. Number two. It was just this past summer. That the Supreme Court ruled basically the opposite. In a case and there's some other cases that are being considered. I believe some cases California, New Jersey, Louisiana, So this is all about the Supreme Court blocking New York's governor from enforcing 10 and 25 person occupancy limits On religious institutions. Courts, the restrictions would violate religious freedom. And are not neutral because they single out houses of worship or especially harsh treatment. Or said there's no evidence that the organizations that brought the lawsuit have contributed to the spread of cove in 19. And this was one of those 54 decisions. With Chief Justice John Roberts. Going along with Justices Stephen Bryer, Sonia Sotomayor and Elena Kagan. And in their descent. Chief justice. Roberts said he saw no need to take this action because New York had revised the designations of the affected areas. Governor Cuomo essentially Said the same thing. Nevertheless, the Supreme Court did rule on it and also in the sending opinion. Justice Sonia Sotomayor said this unlike religious services, Bike repair shops and liquor stores generally don't feature customers gathering inside to sing and speak together for an hour or more. She went on to say justices of this court play a deadly game in second guessing the expert judgment of health officials. About the environments in which a contagious virus now infecting a million Americans each week. Spreads most easily. Those are the words and the dissenting opinion from Justice. Sonia Sotomayor, your Down the majority, and this may be the new power five and this is one of the key developments out of this ruling. A new power five on the Supreme Court. Barrett Gorsuch. Thomas Alito. And Cavanaugh. Three of whom, of course, were Appointed By President Donald Trump in the Majority opinion. Justice, Gorsuch said this, he noted that Governor Cuomo had designated among others, the hardware stores acupuncturists. Liquor stores and bicycle repair shops as essential businesses. That were not subject to the most strict limits. Like these places of worship work. Gorsuch said. We may not shelter in place when the Constitution is under attack. Things never go well. When we do So it Zbig deal for the Supreme Court. It's a big deal for I mean, let's face it all those evangelicals that voted for President Trump. They've got to be doing a victory lap today, right? Maybe you are a swell 51283605 90. If you'd like to be a part of the program here, you give us a call or send us a text on K. O. B. J. It is because Amy Barrett just got on the court. Right, So it's really The first significant indication Of a rightward tilt to the court. And I mentioned this and may and July Supreme Court rejected challenges. Virus related restrictions on churches in California and Nevada. At that time, the Chief Justice John Roberts, Joined the courts Democratic appointees, which of course, then included Ruth Bader Ginsburg. And those rulings they stress that state and local governments required flexibility to deal with a dangerous and evolving pandemic. So The New York Times, Right said. This is just One example of how profoundly President Trump Has transformed the Supreme Court. This New York Times P, says Justice Bharat Help the chief justice of body blow. Casting the decisive vote in a 5 to 4 ruling. On religious services in New York. And New York Times says this is most certainly a taste. Of things to come. About this 51283605 90 here on Caleb E. J. It is an interesting question, right? In the summer time. Even the Supreme Court said, Look You may not like it when these local officials are trying to close the church. But You're dealing with health and safety issue. And there are rights. Given to local officials in the event. Of health and safety issues. Well, not in this case, the governor there in New York, Andrew Cuomo. He criticized the Supreme Court. Or overturning their restrictions. He said It was Morrell Astrit Ivo of the Supreme Court than anything else. He called the ruling irrelevant. Said it would have any practical impact because restrictions Are not in place and had been dialed back well. You know, it's interesting that even in the Opinion. That was written by Sonia Sotomayor, right? When she was talking about The court plays a deadly game and second guessing the expert judgment of health official. Let's stop right there.

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06:15 min | 11 months ago

"51283605 90" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"51283605 90. Now. Here are Todd and done. It is 805 times. Jeffries and don Prior. Good morning here on the top of Don show so big budget votes today in Austin City Hall, affecting our police department and I would think if you're wearing a uniform and you're out there on patrol route there, hit the streets, keeping this city safe. You're probably thinking about this right now. It's your your your employer is about to cut the budget big time and you may be wondering how it may affect you in the city that you love jump in here at 51283605 and certainly future recruitment of police officers. All that's off the table. That's never gonna happen Well, which means just the retraction. It could be used away. It could be years. Before we add new police officers to the force. Yeah, that's we May we may go through an ongoing process where you replace officers that retire. You know that kind of thing. But additional higher number of employees think that's gonna happen for years in this city Council gets its way. No, But you're right. Those that I'm just eventually police officers have to be they retire or in this case, I think we're gonna have many that are going to retire early because they want the hill out. How can you add to the ranks? With no cadet class. I don't know. How do you replace those that have been retired with No cadet? I don't know. And I don't know how you appeal to those that were dreaming of being a police officer. Appeal to those A ce faras being in Austin cop? I don't know what the draw will be. I don't know why anybody would want to be an Austin cop done. Can you imagine if Ah high school kid? Was asked You know? What do you want to do when you grow up? I want to be a police officer. Can you imagine the reaction that that kid might face in the classroom? Sure. What wouldn't be what it was 20 years ago. Got an entire, you know, spectrum of politics. That hate cops. Why would a young person and you know aspire to do that with that kind of political leadership? Yeah. You know what I mean? Yeah. Listen, we've got to get people involved in this conversation of police officers out there. 51283605 90. You know what? Your general thoughts about this especially if you're a business owner. I mean, if you think the city will become less safe with this kind of leadership at City Hall, you know how do you run your business in a city that's less safe? Yes, downtown. I tell you those that run business in downtown those that live downtown that have been have purchased homes downtown. I wonder how they feel about that? Sure decision right now. Is that a good decision? Yeah. What is it Like living downtown? I've been over the past few months. The property values alone. People that live downtown has just plummeted. I would think so. Because if if you and I Are you excited about the prospect of going to a restaurant downtown or to an event downtown, although there no events to go to right now, if we're not excited about even visiting there for a few hours Good night, man. What about living down there? Sure, absolutely Also city in school district groups of trying to make learning a little bit more interesting during the pandemic. While still being safe. This is all according to a city memo. K X. Ian has this story Austin Parks and Recreation along with the Austin Independent School district and awesome public library there. Collaborating, trying to figure out ways to support student learning and after school care during Coben 19. Yeah, the group's collective goal. Isto have city facilities assume some non education functions to relieve the pressure on a S D facilities. What pressure was going to say? Half of them are going to be home one in order to achieve that these three groups were looking into, you know if some of the public spaces can provide appropriate access to technology. And analyze public spaces to see if they you know, fit and can handle the social distancing guidelines. Now, with the general election coming in November, there is also consideration to move voting locations from schools to city on facilities. Yeah. The groups are also considering an and expanded after school care model, giving out laptops and hot spots for students and identifying places libraries offering tutoring for those kids as well. Again. I'm trying to understand what were. The pressure is what they're talking about. What do you mean regarding that? What? What kind of pressure is on these are the school district's gotta lot. It's working on a guess. Well, these groups said they meet weekly. They say they say they're moving forward Austin Parks and Recreation staff could potentially be trained as You know, Para educators If you will talks with the city's technology management department about logistics of WiFi access in public spaces is ongoing. That according to the story that Ric Cakes a in jump in here at 512 83605 90. We'll check on business news coming up and the governor is isn't giving any real hope that the bar is going to be allowed to open. I don't understand this. I don't not understand this. I was talking to someone yesterday about this is in the restaurant business and has been in the bar business before. And the whole thing of you. You can only Be open as a bar. Or or, you know, some place that sells alcohol eyes. If you 51% of your business is food. And that is such a small. We're talking about such a small incontestable difference from 51% to 50 50 to 49. Whatever it would be, it's such a small difference. What difference does it make? Yeah. Yeah. No, I agree. I agree. 100 such a small difference. And we're talking about lives here we're talking about businesses were talking about the economy What it is doing and it's just now you disagree with the governor on this one. I disagree with the governor. All right. Jump in here at 51283605 90 If you heard what the home health experts of zero resurrect, too. They got a three room special. They'll clean three rooms.

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04:00 min | 11 months ago

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"Justin Berry of the Austin Police Association. Call again on Mark and Melinda. Gracious. I mean, it really is just cold, too, is to send out a memo and say, By the way, we're going to exclude you guys who have been part of the front line of this the whole entire time. Here are the numbers 51283605 90 they said it's up to $1000 per person is Yeah, the bones could be up to $1000. I don't know how they're determining that, but yeah, up to 1000 10 50 to Pat has a comment about the situation with the school's high packed good morning. Welcome. In the morning. Yes, Pat your back. Melinda. You thank you. Originally I was gonna tell your screener who was pretty tough, but I want to talk about the school situation. But you've mentioned so many other things. You know, City of Austin. That's par for the course I guess. Why are they handing out at $1000? All the homeless people? Maybe that will happen way putting those ideas out there and President Trump. You know Melinda, right? What? What else could he have done? He was getting impeached in January, and he still had the foresight to stop travel from China. Took a lot of flak for it. In the Chinese. You know, they go to Europe, and they come from Europe into New York. In that kind of band died down a little bit. He stopped travel from here. It was too late for New York, apparently and Pat together Task force. I mean, I don't know what else everybody complains, But there's no suggestions about what he could have been differently that Evert You know in the kids, just like he does recorded a couple weeks ago. Other countries do not have any problems. You know, kids think it's somebody said Polidori and ran Baltin grade school Children about one in a 1,000,000 of getting it. Yeah. No, thank you, Pat. Yeah, it's extremely low Pick pick any country. They just don't get it, and if they do get infected, it's very mild and they rarely, if ever infect adults. You are around them, whether it's parents or teachers. Thank you, Pat. You have a good day. J 10 54. Welcome to Cable. B J. Good morning. How you doing? Morning, guys. I wish they would give you more time on that ride home, boy. I'd love to hear you guys get that entire slide. But at any rate, I just gotta say here. I think that what they're doing to the police here is really a kick. To the groin while they're down, and they're just They're rubbing it in, man. I mean, I don't see how you could be an officer in this in this You know, city and not really feel hurt today, rightfully so that the actions of the City Council and the actions of the city manager What do you What do you think They also left out Fire and E. M s and E. M s of all people. I mean, we're talking mainly about the police, but E. M s What is their job it is to handle medical emergencies. Yeah. I mean, I think that it's a really serious disconnect with the reality of what people are are experiencing. I think it's a really serious kind of blinders on their eyes about what's going on. They've been fed an agenda. By a lot of people that are activists out there and they are acting upon that agenda. And if you live in Austin, good luck. I feel bad for it. I think it's conservatives. We got to take these opportunities. I hope I can see a lot of officers moving out of, you know the kind of roles there and now into more private security. There's good paying private security for commissioned. Yeah, J got you. We're out of time. Have a good one. But we do have two hours in that drive time that we do Come back. Jay was mentioning. Yes, And we will have Maura on this story and all of the big news right after Rush Limbaugh 2 to 4. Mark and Melinda..

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01:56 min | 1 year ago

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