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"bolcom" Discussed on Haunted Places
"Discovered the red room and intrusive thoughts became the least of his worries herald in maryland. Worked cleaning out the basement. They'd been putting it off for weeks but it was time to bite the bullet. They started the project together but around noon marilyn excused herself to go fix launch herald suppress the urge to call her lazy and tell us she was fat enough already it'd become difficult to keep bots himself lately. He felt like whatever was going on was coming to ahead. He'd been more volatile than ever. He had trouble sleeping and he kept waking up in the middle of the night. Always at the same time three fifteen. Am usually he went to the guest room on the third floor. He didn't know why he liked it up there. For some reason it was just the only place in the house where he felt right. He'd sit in an old rocking chair and stare out the window every so often he would look down and see that he was doing something with his hands. At first he wasn't sure what it was then one day. He came across the stack of old hunting magazines and realized what he'd been doing up in the attic room. He had been cleaning at invisible rifle. After maryland left herald started tithing bookshelf. He paused as he swept an armful of nails into a trash bin. He caught sight of something peculiar a crack in the drywall behind the bookshelf. Only it seemed to neat to be a crack. it was more like the edge of something. Curious herald grasped the bookshelf and slid it to the side behind. It was a doorway hurled frowned. The blueprints hadn't shown any closets in the basement. He pulled the door open. A small room painted an alarming shade of red penny had been curled up peacefully by the stairs but as soon as he got the door open she started barking. Ferociously hurled told her to show sh. She sank down to her haunches and continue to growl quietly. Herald peered into the room and was hit with a powerful smell. The place of human excrement. There was almost nothing in there. just four walls and shelf. Maryland shouted from upstairs. Lunch was ready herald. Backed out of the room. He tried to close the door but it wouldn't budge. It felt like it had been nailed down. He gave one last heave and then gave up. He would come back later. Herald made his way out of the basement but when he reached the foot of the stairs he paused the afternoon. Sun made it look like the small room was glowing with an eerie red light. His stomach tightened. He had a sudden feeling that he shouldn't let the door stay. Open like there was something toxic in there and he needed to seal it up. Herald shook his head. He turned away and headed upstairs. Herald wrinkled nose as he stepped into the kitchen he asked maryland how long it had been. Since she'd take out the trash she told them she had just done it yesterday. Barrels face flushed with rage. She was waie if she had taken out the trash yesterday. That why did the place smell like a dump truck. You walked over to the window and took a deep breath. Then you've found a thick black sludge to a seeping out from the window sill. He called merlin over and asked what it was. Maryland rubbed it between her fingers and sniffed it. She said she's supposed that was where the smell was. coming from. herald didn't quite understand what happened next. He felt like someone else had picked up his arm and used it to smack his wife across the face. Maryland put a hand or cheek. Getting backed away from him. Hurled started to apologize but he was interrupted by commotion. Upstairs adore slammed someone screamed. There was a sound like a gunshot. He reached the second floor burst into one of the bedrooms and demanded to know what was going on. Henry looked up from his comic book and said he had no idea what his dad was. talking about. herald looked around. Everything was perfectly normal. The noises were gone. There was no sign as to where they come from. He shook his head and backed out of the room. He told himself he just needed to sleep. He wanted to go to his bedroom but for some reason he found himself heading up. Toward the third floor guestroom. Instead he sat in the chair by the window and started polishing his invisible gun. It was dark when herald bolcom. He didn't remember falling asleep but he must have because it had been the middle of the afternoon only a moment ago. He glanced out of the darkened window and froze instead of his reflection a stocky man but the thick grey beard and heavy eyebrows stared back at him herald jumped out of his chair. There was a bang and herald turned around to see the door had slammed shut. He pulled on the knob but it wouldn't turn. He pounded on the door and screamed for someone to let him out. He could hear more shots. Coming from downstairs. Harold throw himself against the door and tumbled into the hallway. There was another screen herald burst into the next room. Glenn was curled up in the fetal position. He ran to his father and herald told him to stay close. Glenn clung to his hand as they made their way downstairs. Jerry and henry were standing out on the second floor. Landing jury told him. There was something wrong with mommy. Herald gave handed jerry. He told the boys to wait for him by the car. Jerry nodded and they started down the stairs herald took a deep breath and pushed on the door to the master bedroom. His wife was lying on her stomach in the bed. A red stain but spreading over the bedsheets herald rushed to her side and shook her but she didn't move then he turned her over as her face lifted up on the pillow. His heart stopped. This wasn't his wife. She was wearing maryland's pajamas but she had the face of a woman. A decade older suddenly voice called his name herald looked up and saw his wife standing at the door of the bathroom. He looked back at the bed. The older woman was gone. Herald grabbed maryland's hand and together. They ran down the stairs. Maryland paused at the front door herald. Told her to come on. She raised a hand and pointed at something in the living room. Herald looked up. his stomach. lurched penny was hanging from a noose in the window. Her legs were twitching and she was gasping for air. He told maryland to go to the car. She took off and herald ran to the dog herald. Held the struggling dog with one arm and frantically pulled up not around her neck with the other. he heard footsteps and glanced back at the hall behind him. The door to the basement was wide open revealing glowing. Red light coming down the stairs herald could see a shadow slowly. Mounting the steps you frantically pulled up. In the.
"bolcom" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Trading in Asia. We do have a couple of big markets that are trading in Tokyo and Sidney will get details with Doug Prisoner in a few moments. It's It's the first day of the year and the year of the Ox Lunar New Year holiday That's for most of the markets are out. One of the big movers is Bitcoin. I had in my notes. Wow, jumping over 47,000. Because master card in New York Mellon had moved to make it easier, and now it's jumped over 48,400. So that's probably the biggest mover of the day. We'll get to that with Doug in a moment, But for now, some of the top stories Bolcom's incoming CEO Cristiano Amaan says U. S sanctions against China's well way technologies and may help alleviate a global shortfall in semiconductors, he said of why weighs in house chip unit can't get US designs manufactured. The company might order more chips from other providers. Avon said the Qualcomm welcomes efforts to bring more chip manufacturing back to the U. S. And earlier today, the Biden administration pledged to take aggressive steps to address chip shortages. And this includes signing an executive order directing a government wide supply chain review. After the bell Disney reported a surprise return to profit and quarterly revenue also beat forecasts. Growth was driven by its Disney plus streaming service. Geeta Wrong and often of Bloomberg Intelligence told us that she sees a permanent shift in the way viewers take in programming. Shift away from linear television to streaming is now permanent. I think everybody sees that everybody's moving their content to streaming services and also, yes, lockdowns will be lifted. People can maybe go to the theaters. But again, I think a lot of the shift there also is is permanent because more and more people are now getting used to just watching. Content, enjoying content from the comforts of their home. Online streaming service now has 94.9 million subscribers. And that's well above Analystsexpectations. Disney's theme parks division narrowed its losses after two difficult quarters. However, on the earnings call Management told investors that his properties in California and Paris would likely remain closed for the remainder of this quarter. However, Hong Kong may reopen sooner. Well, let's get a closer look at what's happening in financial markets. Those that are open anyway. Get over to Doc Prisoner in New York. Hey, Paul. We have the market in Tokyo up and running in a little bit of weakness in the Nikkei right now off about 2/10 of 1%. Meantime, in Sydney ASX 200 down about 2/10 of 1% as well, Paul, you probably know better than I that Australia is being forced to imagine a world without Google since Google's parent company Alphabet is threatening to unplug its home page in a standoff. With the Australian government. Now all of this is because Google opposes a planned law that it would essentially forced the company and some of its peers like Facebook to pay. Australian publishes for news content So if we do see it pushed to the limit here, and Google withdraws from the market that may force you to use in the case of search, another engine like Microsoft's Bing. Now I'm not saying that that was the fundamental reason that pushed Microsoft stock higher today. But I can't ignore the fact that Microsoft finished in US session of about 7/10 of 1%, generally speaking here in the States, the day did belong to big cap tech semiconductors. In particular, the out performers of the Philadelphia Semiconductor Index was up. 3.5% Today We were talking earlier about the White House working to address the global chip shortage that we have been seeing. And the strength and tech help the S and P 500 to a record high. The benchmark was up 2/10 of 1% today and in the NASDAQ Market, the composite Index higher by 4/10 of 1%, the Dow today. Off from a record by less than 1/10 of 1% in the crude oil market. We posted the first loss in nine sessions in New York trading a little bit of debate here about The pace of the recovery in energy demand, but to be fair, I mean, we've been on a torrid run here with respect to W t. I sew a pause that refreshes. Maybe in order. We were down 8/10 of 1% in New York right now, weaker by about 50. Let's call it 6/10 of 1% in the Elektronik session, 57 90 and in the bond market, the 10 Year Treasury very little changed in the Tokyo session where yielding about 1.16%. The dollar steady after a little bit of weakness here in New York. Right now, the Bloomberg Dollars spot Index is up less than 1/10 of 1%, the end steady as well at one of 4 76. I'm Doug prisoner at the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studio in New York, Paul All right. Thanks very much. Doug. Well, the U. S House manages and the Trump impeachment trial wrap up arguments, saying there could be no doubts the insurgents acted on Trump's orders. Next. It's got global news. Yeah, Paul, you're right there. That's so not timeline, which started even before the election. All Mr Trump said if he lost it would be a stolen election. Joining us live as a Bloomberg congressional reporter, Billy House, Billy, Thanks The three days set out of stark and graphic timeline. Mesmerizing new security footage laid on is this aimed at the senators, or the American public of both would be there would be, I suppose the best answer. Well, certainly both, but in actual, uh, effort to get something that no acquittal. No, no convictions gonna occur, so this is largely Argument for the public sphere and to kind of taint this president even more so for future need if he decides to run again. Yeah, that's where we're going then and Ted Lieu, representative Lou said that Well, he said that he can't not. It doesn't worry about him running. He worries about if he could lose again, but that he should never be allowed to serve again. Is that where this is going? And how does that work? That is the running same. But there's another side to the story and the defense Trump defense team takes over tomorrow, and they say they have their own video and arguments. And they say they can put their case out there in 3 to 4 hours. Maybe this thing wraps up Saturday. Yeah..
"bolcom" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
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"bolcom" Discussed on The Free Agents
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"bolcom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Actually the crowded show that's flashbacks to the sixties. Bolcom guest. That's where we pretty much are, but Homa. One say anything. So it had to do with the Corona virus violation. You know, he'd be in Rochester having oppression. It's not saying anything. Some 12 straight nights. And now the brother Who at first was relatively can't remember was his call about his emotionally disturbed brother. They brought two cops. Yeah, and now he's calling. Detonate the cop f the Poli. You know you want to. You want to try to be had some way shape or form understanding because of just the The agony that he's going through. But, you know, he's probably been surrounded by sick fans. As you call them toadies and lackeys who are now you know Jennings up the anger in him, and he's probably he's probably lost his mind, one other not far away normally associated with the Amish, although it's not in all Amish area. Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Emotionally disturbed guy again, threatening to hurt his mother. So his sister calls 911. Right. Lancashire cops come. The cop is talking to the sister at the screen door, and she's explaining how her brother is out of his mind. And the brother comes rushing through the screen door with a matter knife. A huge over the cop said the cop retreat. She's running away. The guys chasing him. What tonight he shoots a number of times hits him. It's not dead. And what happens, A crowd emerges at all of a sudden comes, they go to the local precinct. They stop busting windows. They say, Let's burn the precinct down. This is Lancaster, Pennsylvania. Now that was probably just the locals. Now you know what's gonna happen. Ah, anarchists and Philadelphia nearby going to hear this Washington D c going to hear this, you know, and they go to flood into, of course, But the thing is, these leaders in these states have to do something when this kind of stuff starts in. The fact is the guy was out of his mind. He was going after a police officer of the police officer officer thought his life was in danger and he shot him. That was justified. There are certain situations that have not been justified. The George Floyd situation, you know, Jari Arianna, But the fact is, this's what thes thes leaders have to come out. And they have to say people. This was a situation that was justified. You cannot. You're losing your credibility. Everything that you're saying all your your your your violence. You're rioting, your despicable behaviour outside of the sheriff's outside of the hospital because of the shares. This is absolutely lending, no credibility and it is it is actually demeaning. Your cause you're cause has now been minutes. It's essentially a joke. Let's quickly go to Mike in Newark. Welcome Tio Curtis and Jet, said Juliet here at WNBC, Mikey. Hello. Can you tell me how these days are like Whole? Connor, The hostess said that where we are I don't see it. Well, I'm saying what I'm saying is, it's the feeling here in New York City, and a lot of places where you go is just that. It's just there is no there's just no policing. There's they're scared to do anything or they're holding back on doing anything. And you kind of just feel like You're you're sort of walking around protecting yourself. That was kind of my 0.3 things we haven't seen in suppressing. Ah, riots that lead to eluding and vandalism is we haven't seen horses. Although they were in Rochester cops on horses. We didn't see him here in New York City. The blast you wouldn't permit him. We have the best. Ah, Force of cop. Ah, horse riding cops. I think we have 80 of them trained to do that crowd control. No. We didn't see the drones, right? I mean, the old got drones now. No. You never see the John. She can pinpoint who The agitators are because what they do is they hide in the middle of the crowd. We've seen that in Chicago. There under the umbrellas. They switch They Dressel black. They have weapons in their backpacks. And you can pin them out. Nope. Not using drones. You said. Why not? You using some of the available thinks that we the taxpayers have bought for you that are effective. But I also know it's not politically correct. Are numbers.
"bolcom" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"There was no technology whatsoever. Right? Oftentimes no backup. These were ambushed. She's with things that you could never at all prepared for. And the Black Liberation Army and some of their supporters celebrated the deaths of these white and black police. But that was such a small MENA school minority of this country. I mean, one of my friends actually got a couple of friends. There are the Children of John Scare. Angela, who was a police officer who was shot and killed along with his partner back and I think it was 81. Valley Stream folks and their friends. They went to school with my husband and we were kind of going back and forth because one of them posted something on Facebook about this thing in l A. And I said, you know, just please, no. That the majority of the 331 million people in this country supports the police. The majority want the police. We respect the police, and these people are small but attention grabbing minority and that's the problem here. And unfortunately when you have people that gather, even if it's just 10, people that gather outside, Ah, hospital When you have two cops who have been essentially almost executed. Thank God they're they're still alive. That's going to get a lot of attention You're gonna have, of course, the media show up. You're going to cameras everywhere, and that's what these people wanted. That's what thes thug disgusting, Despicable Subhumans wanted. They wanted the attention, but this does not represent the majority of America. And you know that's the kind of stuff that we need to start saying on both sides of the aisle. We need to say this is just not acceptable. Joe Biden has come out and said absolutely disgusting. I mean, obviously, the president called them animals. I agree with him. But these This is a small group the majority of this country once once the police and we have to stop letting these left wing crazy progressives convinced us otherwise anywhere numbers 1 808 for eight W A. B. C That's 1 808 for 892222 other issues. Rochester has had their 12 straight night of demonstrations that have turned into riots. Ah, over the death of prude. Ah, the African American man emotionally disturbed it months ago was subdued by the cops. They put the spit bag over his head, and then he died soon afterwards. Well, the difference here is normally the families will emerge and urged the crowds even though allowed in the crowds. Don't listen. That my son, my father, Whomever would not want this would not want this violence. Let's not memorialize my brother in this case, Rochester With violence. Well, this the first time I've seen where the brother took to the microphone. I believe it was Saturday night and started screaming F the police kill them slowly. He was got going nuts. And I said, Man Wonder white crab was so fired up and attacking the police. And there can you see, this is where Cuomo call has been invisible. This is going to 12 nights in a row. State troopers were called in almost said Yes. You know what they had dogs? We never saw dogs here. Didn't see dogs when they had the right and all money. They had dogs in Rochester. Jane. Actually the crowded show that's flashbacks to the sixties. Bolcom guest. That's where we pretty much are, but Homa. One say anything. So it had to do with the Corona virus violation. You know, he'd be in Rochester having oppression. It's not saying anything..
"bolcom" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"With interruptions of the US supply of meat to grocery stores. Going on after many workers at meat packing plants got Cova. Nineteen more local meat suppliers with shorter supply. Chains are having a moment from Lake City Colorado Laura Palmisano reports on a move toward local meet. Jennifer programs can process in Montrose. Colorado sells beef pork lamb and other meats her business as seen a major in Greece and online and over the counter sales but first week that the pandemics third in the grocery stores ran out of the ourselves went up. Probably five thousand percent after that. It's slowly tapered down and we're still a good one hundred percent over where we were last year. This time Brooks Company has thirty employees. She says they have plenty of space for workers and have required increased handwashing. Her staff wears gloves and she offers face masks. Though they are not required everyday workers do a deep clean of the facilities but PROC is aware that her business is also vulnerable just like the bigger processors. One person gets sick in here. It's probably going to be the domino effect and we're GONNA be like J. B. S. or midfield those large scale meatpacking plants can have several thousand employees recent closures of some large plants due to cove nineteen highlight the importance of having local food. Sources says Kerry bolcom. She's the executive director of the American Grasp at Association where the folks that never put their analysts and feedlots her organization represents nearly one thousand small-scale producers bulk says the pandemic has increased the demand for local meat. It's wonderful our producers. Who are set up to do online. Sales have really been inundated with orders. She says small producers can help prevent shortages. If large-scale national meat production shuts down might Kelsey secrete is a small producer based in Saint Francis. Kansas he also has two butcher shops in Colorado. He says his focus is local community. Thirty where the dockers are. You know thinking living well. He has also seen an increase in online orders as well as business at the stores but he doesn't really want his business to get much bigger very very low volume and we want to continue to be volume. Kelsey secrete says. He does hope that some of his new customers decide. They'd like to keep coming back in Lake City Colorado. I'm lower Palmisano for marketplace the heir to the British throne Prince Charles Prince of Wales has recorded video in one of his back gardens calling for British people looking for work during the pandemic to help pick fruits and vegetables for the harvest. He's looking for quote pickers who are stickers who can stick to the prince notes can be hard and quote unglamorous. Work this at a time. That migrant workers aren't being led into Britain amid virus restrictions and other immigration limits the BBC's Andy more reports because of travel restrictions. There's a shortage of seasonal workers coming in from eastern Europe. A pick for Britain website has been created to try to recruit workers here in the UK. The Prince of Wales recorded a video in support of the campaign from the vegetable garden of his Scottish home. He said people were needed. Who genuinely going to commit. Because who are stickers? He called them. The work might be challenging. He added but it will be making a vital contribution to the national effort. Prince Charles compared the pick for Britain initiative to what he called that great movement at the Second World War the land army which recruited women to work in agriculture. I do see a lot of flowers and hedges. In pictures of Prince Charles's Highgrove Garden and not much labor intensive asparagus. Potatoes or sugar-beet. Maybe they're just in soil there. Our producers are rose. Conlon Victoria Craig Meredith Garrison Candice Monroe Case Ran Danielson and Erica Soderstrom. I'm David Brancaccio. And this is the marketplace morning report from APM American public media..
"bolcom" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"We have timmy shallow may as <hes> prince hal fifteenth century monarch with with a attractive east london hipster bolcom and then in the blue corner we have the dauphin of france played by robert pattinson with possibly probably the greatest funny frenchaccent in the history of cinema and a kind of almost cobain ish bleach blonde bob. Do you think that's i coming up of <hes> of the film well. I'm just gonna go right in here and say this is a film. It's really easy to make fun of. I mean i happen to the get slightly. Aware of the fact that it can can present is quite silly when you've got mannered fifteenth century language but i think that it succeeds on a lot of levels i loved it. The castle young i read something <hes> where david michel said had you know people died really young in medieval times we imagine kings is being these kind of older stately men but really king henry the fifth died. He was like thirty five or something. I think so you know when you're looking at these guys. They are just like these young impulsive guys in charge of these vast armies and the other thing that i love about it is how tactile it is. I think the production design the costumes it looks kind of naturalistic in dirty and real and the set piece of the film is the battle of austrian court art and i think that's probably one of my favorite parts like it's the narrative kind of hinges on it kind of builds up to it and it's all kind of set in this muddy field. It's been rainy night and the english are really outnumbered by the dolphins army and they manage to use the mud to their tactical advantage. Two men are grappling appling on the ground and you can't really tell them apart or see anything aside from people drowning in and bleeding in it and it's just got this really awful tactile feel to it. I was watching this in <hes> ever thinking back to the days of my history degree and studying schinkel and the primary sources and talking about all the <hes> the battle tactics six there. I actually think i wrote an essay on long. Bows versus the french crossbows and wide wide along those were so much better because she had the range it kind of goes into some of that those battle tactic details but for me i gotta say i thought shallow maywood was a bit of a bust as a regent. His performance just didn't work. It felt very kind of showy and maybe he was trying a little bit too hard. Maybe so focused too heavily on maintaining his slightly pushing english accent and i totally get you with the aesthetic side and i think the battle scene is interesting and certainly that kind of mass huddle they get into where it's just this of overhead overhead shot worries where the frame is completely filled with bodies for yeah. It just takes a long time to get there and and and a lot of going through this off historical epic cliche ashamed as well such as the big battle speech and the treacherous side players and the the arguments against the evil cleric and it's. I think that's the thing that i didn't do it for me. I wish i had seen the film that robert pattinson was in or thought he was in rather than the film the timothy shallan may he was in which is the film that david michaud does tried to make which is a question of po faced serious historical battle film. I think you were saying yesterday. That use may be a bit more humor in the whole thing yeah. I think there are moments. There's sort of part where the cleric that you mentioned is talking at length about some quite dull political matter and chaumet cuts him off. I can't remember what the line is. It cuts him off and quite a contemporary way as if to say i'm bored and kind of in a way sort of non wink to the audience because going through the procedural roll internal politics of the court is a little bit dull and definitely the film picks up momentum secondhand sure but yeah in terms of humor also i mean the patents in performance is almost camp..
"bolcom" Discussed on KOMO
"Morning I'm Brian Calvert with our top local stories the investigation continues into a police involved shooting this one in Paul's Bolcom was Holly Menino reports only say they responded to report of someone threatening people at a fireworks celebration when officers arrived there was a struggle and one officer shot a man no officers were hurt the kids are counting incident response team is now investigating the shooting in addition police in Seattle confirm an officer involved shooting in the international district like a dumb fired by the west but the real for jobs so that other that often they'll they'll get money from the bill then bring in the restaurant so you either it happened a tent in Jackson one patient a woman taken to Harborview Medical Center with non life threatening injuries and no officers were hurt in either incident a teenager seriously hurt after gunfire broke out at a Seattle park overnight sale fire got called out here to shooting just before two thirty this morning medics rushed a nineteen year old man to the hospital in critical condition though it sounded as if he was still able to talk with them as they were working with him officers walked around bagging all of the evidence that they could find here at the playground two officers from the Seattle game unit also came here to the park but right now investigators have not told me if this shooting is it all game related it's como's Denise would occur reporting from the scene operating rooms are open once again at Seattle children's specials found no sign of the toxic mold have forced the closure of fourteen operating rooms six weeks ago we first reported at Seattle children's hospital and a patient had died and others were infected after being exposed to Aspergillus of potentially dangerous fungus hospital's chief medical officer says extensive improvements to air handling system an air quality testing games ours are safe again the prism sources Aspergillus out in the environment getting through the error handler system before we fixed it getting in through the docks and then being stuck in the air in the ours stay inside of the hospitals for deficiencies in may still reviewing its plan of correction without the proper corrections a safety protections a hospital risk losing their operating license but that's now unlikely let's go was Ryan Yamamoto reporting still ahead this morning I'm bill o'neil controversial new trump administration rules on abortion or again on hold all the more the ninth circuit's latest.
"bolcom" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"You'll be able to call in live. Once we start anarchy polka we will be doing it, prerecorded episodes. He up to meet us and talk to us in real life. At Boko this weekend starting on Thursday. We do have a live show tomorrow from arcane studios in New Hampshire. Our toll free number tonight is eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom. We're talking about drug decriminalization slash legalization. Specifically, not just not just marijuana which has course finally found a real foothold in various different states around the United States. We're seeing states east of the Mississippi now like Massachusetts and Maine rolling out there marijuana legalization schemes. And in fact, I remember I had a headline and we didn't get to talk about it on the air. But Massachusetts is apparently looking at like drug or not truck clubs. But like marijuana usage place like a a lounge or something like that not the same thing as a bar, but the equivalent right like they won't sell both marijuana and alcohol together, it will likely segregate. Those those things I've heard of parties I haven't really heard of pot parties, I tend to you've heard of Amsterdam where they have. Cafe's the cafes where people can get marijuana. They probably consume an on site. I just I don't know. It doesn't seem as social to me. Marijuana's not social just as social social. I mean, there's certainly some people who clam up, and you know, they don't didn't become more social on cannabis. There are others who have the opposite effect. So I think that these clubs are going to be something that a lot of people are going to enjoy and we're talking about what's going on in Iowa right now where a state Representative Jarad Klein or excuse me, I policy is that's somebody who's against it. The state Representative young men named Shipley. Jeff shipley. He's thirty years old. He has proposed not full on legalization but to allow for the medical use of not just cannabis but also mushrooms psychedelic mushrooms MD AMA as well. As believe another thing that I don't have in front of the game that was the other one. And these are all things that there have been some studies done that strongly suggest now the studies have been relatively small sample size. So there's not there has not yet been a massive thousand persons study that I'm aware of let's not forget that the government. Let's see legal. So there's that right. Well, these studies are legally exceptional. They've they've been right. They've been recently within the last few years they've been approved by the DA by whatever bureaucracies that, you know, hold sway over these sorts of things. So even the fact that that's happy. Opening is persuasive, it's important to know about and let's get into the opposite side here because we know this guy Shipley. He believes that this is a good plan. And I totally agree with him. I think that this can really help some people who are in need of some treatment. And that these drugs are just we're barely scratching the surface on finding out the kind of really positive effects they can have in people's lives. So for instance, they mentioned PTSD as one of the one of the issues that some of these drugs can actually solve some of the initial results on the studies. I think it was either the psychedelic mushrooms or the MD may but one one or the other I saw sorry. I don't remember, which they basically they gave the the drug to people who were failing with all other treatments. So they've tried every normal, you know, allopathic prescribed medicine treatment for PTSD therapy, all the stuff that they can do just isn't helping them. Then. Then they did a dose of psychedelic drugs or MD. And literally in many of the many of the case studies, many of the individuals in this study PTSD went away. I think that was with the suicide, and that was the case of doing it sort of one time, but that had a tremendous effect. Yeah. There have been several studies on PTSD surrounding some of these. Psychedelic and pathogenic drugs that show that they're effective and don't you want soldiers rape victims people have been through terrible things to have access to that. Yeah. I mean, we're not even talking about recreational here. No, this is with the libertarian in me says that everybody should be able to put in their bodies what they wanna put in. However, this is just about medicine. This is about doctors consulting with patients. Yeah. All these drugs aren't as done in like a club third ton in a medical environment under supervision from a professional from a therapist, for instance, who can then walk that person through therapy session, while they're on the drug and get a better result than they. Otherwise would be able to do so quote from Jarad Klein, this is ABC's me. No. This is still Shipley. This is the guy proposing the little he says, obviously, it's very controversial. And it does elicit a lot of feelings. He said regarding his fellow Republicans that have responded, so far he said his colleagues aren't promising support quote, but people are open minded, and they're curious Representative Jarad Klein, however, another Republican from Kyoto and chair of the house public safety committee said he doesn't expect the legislation to advance this year or any time soon. Quote, I haven't gotten an Email from a constituent, I haven't received a phone call or had a discussion with anybody in the medical field saying that quote, we need to have access to this. He said, it just seems like an idea from one legislator, but they wanted to propose his law, which is their prerogative. But that's all it is at this point. Well, it sounds like some of his constituents need to send him some emails. So this guy who's probably not telling the truth at this point. Because there are lots of libertarian organizations out there doing lots of Email alerts and. You know that sort of reaching out to legislators, but you know, I could be wrong. Maybe he's never gotten anything. He needs to know the facts Senator Joe bolcom, a Iowa City democrat has long been vocal about making medical marijuana more accessible recently proposed the state legalize and regulate marijuana the same way it does beer or liquor. But he said democratic support isn't there yet for Shipley? Struck bills says quote, I'm not sure we're ready to simply make all these drugs legal. That's not what they're talking about. Hello straw, man. See a straw, man is when you to persons argument, you build something that looks like that argument than you attack. The thing that you built that is not what Shipley is doing here. Shipley is suggesting the doctors and patients be able to decide amongst themselves. What's the best treatment plan for them? What a radical not. Let's just make all this stuff legal which I support fine with that. However, that's my argument not ship lease, and if he wants to attack ship argument, he should do so properly. Shipley emailed a copy of the bills to every member both chambers a few weeks ago. Shipley said he received two responses won from pole calm and one from a conservative member in the house for whom. He did not gentrify Shipley. Said he will not give up the fight he intends to try again next year, or maybe the year after that ship takes you have to just keep putting legislation back in back in years and years and years of attempts just to get medical cannabis to happen in the state of New Hampshire. It finally did in two thousand twelve but even once it passed the state still dragged its feet on implementation. And they actually had to be sued by a crippled woman who needed medical cannabis as her medicine, and she was literally dying as she was filing this lawsuit, she succeeded in the suit and then passed away so like her purpose on earth at that point in her life was to help get this thing implemented this law that had already been passed that these bureaucrats were just taking as long as they possibly could with. They had to be told by a court you need to do this. And you need to do it. Now. That's because they don't respect law. They don't care about of law. And when you talk about the rule of law just understand all you're doing is empowering a bunch of people who rule Lord over people don't care anything about loss. Shipley says he hopes to serve in office for a decade if voters reelected he represents district eighty two in southeast Iowa where he defeated democrat by thirty seven votes. One of the closest races in the November election that district had been held by democrat for decades. Shipley thinks he won because of his relentless door knocking. Yeah. It makes a huge difference. And because he made a promise to his constituents that he would address issues like smart meters. The devices which transmit data about electric usage, the radio frequency. But a contentious issue for some Fairfield residents. Although some believe the smart meters are unsafe ship. Please follow them one catch fire and burn somebody's house down recently. I believe that's happened. At least once so to me, then it gets into the problem to it. Purchase down. Let's see what else does he got here. He's filed more than thirty Bill since stepping foot into the capitol building among them a plan to require one hundred percent of school lunches to be certified organic. A proposal to require students to read the Russian novel. The Gulag Archipelago about prisons and labor camps in Russia in the Russian legislation that would prohibit adding Sylvia's Russia gulag regional legislation that would prohibit adding hydrofluorosylic acid or any other fluoride based additive into public and private drinking water supply systems. Shipley says he knows some of his ideas may not get hurt in a subcommittee meeting, which is a first step toward the Bill becoming law, but he wants those meetings because he believes they would bring more of the public into the legislative process..
"bolcom" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"I mean, I think whoever gets into tonight and the next two. Pretty much. Regular. Yeah. Play every game. And they may start the season at Syracuse. But these are the guys who are either on the team or knocking on the door. I watch Joel network is we all do some time to get some news and stuff and Babcock said the other day says I'm putting my t- that I want starting last two, okay. Because taveras. Matthew hadn't played a game plan. And that's a specific situation for them. I personally I would expect that maybe the last game we're going to see very very close to the to the opening night lineup. But we'll see. We'll see. And and. The the big thing with the lightning far as I'm concerned is the first preseason game. I thought it was their worst. So far. It was. Yeah. I did. And I've listened to the radio and stuff and. You know, they played well in Nashville a lot of the Brookings played well and everything else. I'm looking forward to play the Panthers tonight. They play Thursday. Saturday. Shades in the past at sixteen when you played fourteen games again one year they played five in a row at the end of the preseason. I two was the last year we had the Nashville game in between the finish. Maybe it was two years ago. Very well. Let me at least tell you who's in tonight for both sides. Now, the Panthers have thirty two guys. Lots more players, and none are injured. So they do have some decisions to make. But I think they're roster looks very much like. Opening night roster sell for the lightning. He got Lawrence. Stamkos Miller is align. Polat point in kucherov Joseph Sara Lee conquer and then Danny Bartels begins lately debut with Mitchell Stevenson anniversary headman at Stroman are apparent defense. Mcdonagh and churn and then Kuku circuit with bass Leschi starting for the Panthers getting dot knob with Alexander bark. I've into UCS stat Jonathan Jonathan DOE is with Vincent tro. Check and my coffin who's now member of the Panthers. Henrik Bork Strub is playing a with Jared the candidate a smog in and Toronto is with their candidate. Sceviour defense you've got. Glad Matheson tessick. Julia milk yori with Alexander patrol the genes. Riber will start four Florida so fell the lightning side. Kuchar. Stamkos are not playing together. They did with bolcom first team. But volkov. He's still on the roster not playing tonight. But this may be a situation where coop wants to see. Stamkos kucherov with different guys. Play together they played with other players to over there. But in this preseason game. See how caloric biller? Stamkos looked together. Because I don't think that that was trio at any point after Miller arrived last year. I think so you're right. And Brayden point has played with kucherov before. Oh, yeah. So end of the year two years ago. No, senators, polite. Yeah. Yeah. So that line is. Remember the trio with Johnson, the triplets triplets that setup cannot forget the Trump. I didn't number never understood why they recalling triplets. Did you do you? I think the idea was that they were masked skilled, and so if I had three triplets a running around like lunatics identically. Okay. I got you. The other thing too. Is this vast LSU second game? He's got a he's got to play. And I'm sure he'll play you will probably won't play on Thursday, but might play Saturday in Florida. So those are the types of things I think guys get your timing better. You you like he wants all every. But you know, one note on the Panthers, which is interesting. So remember two years ago, the lightning missed the playoffs by a point. They had a furious finish. They went twenty six and four and lost thirty eight hundred last year the Panthers after the all star break what twenty five eight two. They missed the playoffs by one point. And they have made a few tweaks to their lineup. But for the most part, it's the same group coming back. I think they have a lot of both bantam. Yeah. Coming into the season kinda like the lightning felt last year. Now who knows how it's going to play out should lightly. Now the start that they had last year again this year. But I see some similarities there, you know, finishing strongly one year. Just missing it being so motivated to come back strong the next year, and they've got one of the better Centerman in the gaming Alexander Marco without a doubt. This guy can control the game when he wants to. And he always seems to play really well goods the lightning. So I think that's true against just about every probably does. Right. Yeah. He is that good. I I remember when they drafted him. I was third over and a lot of people questioned if but I remember talking to Dale Tallon about it and said, Phil skin is good. I said, well, I actually saw in a cage o- overseas when he was like seventeen years only, and he was good. Yeah. So he's a good player. But he got a good team. I think the Panthers are team that you're right. David Williams finished last year. They're going to be a playoff team in my mind. I don't know who's gonna miss, but I think the Panthers goaltending Knowle's up. We'll be a team to be reckoned. He stays healthy. I think if Longo stays healthy for sure. Thanks. It's thirty nine. While he's been trouble is but rhyme or play really well. Rymere's record last year was twenty two fourteen at six did a lot. He did a lot of the heavy lifting during that stretch run. Yes. Good. Get a chance to talk to China he's knocking on the door. Isn't it? He's very very close. Well, I haven't really seen him play. But Dave was telling me before. And I was talking to chief about it. This guy's pretty good player. Real good player. So those are decisions that. Are not fun to me. But they are because you've got play rice nonsense, the general manager the coaching boy. If we set the other night with Brian was here just because a player doesn't necessarily make the opening night roster. It's not like they're gone, and forgotten that it's competent confidence saying that Eric churn act is going to be in the NHL. I just don't know if it's going to be on October six, and he is really showed very well throughout this whole process. Even going back the training camp to the prospect that they had with the tournament. Probably not the best lightning player. One of the top ones that in a couple of games as a group they struggled. He stood. Joseph. Joseph president Joseph. Doc did not played very well. So what we need to break. We'll come back with your face off lighting Panthers. Rounding out the preseason with the first of three head.
"bolcom" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You the thumbs up. Do you find it annoying? I just feel like it's such an easy way to communicate. It's really easy way to communicate. I don't get offended by it at all. I think it's a good way to communicate. I know you do it a lot with me. And I guess you do a lot of those people to and it's just it's very efficient just one one push the button. I love it. There's that one. There's the fist pound one more often. And then there's this one a-ok sign on. I mean. I like that. Sometimes when I'm just in a weird mood. I'll just start sending random emojis that make no sense just to confuse people. I used to do. And he was like what is then he picked up on it share works it like a horse like here's a horse. And you know, thumbed out when I'm happy. I like the two hands up until like the hands in the air, isn't that? Like kind of looks like a touchdown to. I think it was like Alleluia. Thank god. Isn't it is it? I I'm using like touchdown. Darnold. Darnold emoji on the very first play. What is there? An emoji dumpster. Oita dumpster fire emoji do in actual dumpster with a fire coming out of it. So picture of Jay Cutler would would. That's. Oh god. Jokes. Work. It would so work Tom you were here for this is your day off. We are getting into weird things that really really annoy me you tell me if you think I'm off on this. Okay. Were we ever the kid conversation? I don't think. So I hate it. When people say, well, no wasn't kid. What was it Stu, bud? I was here for here's another one. I hate the term, correct. I hate when you say to me that the metro and I say, correct. Correct. Great having Jim bowdoin on the show. Former GM colleague at CBS sports as q baseball guru. And now here on the program. Jim what's going on, man? How you doing? I'm I'm living the dream house. Just a just a little power rankings, Jim, and I got called out by our friends in Oakland that I didn't put as high enough on the list when you look at what the as a done in the second half and having fought their way into this wildcard conversation. Looks like there'd be playing the Yankees. What do you see in that team in? What is a real expectations that fans can have for what they can do come the postseason. I think realistically based in win the wild card game. One game co off. I think they're going to get the host sacking scheduled in their favor. Let's talk about what they have. They always mended vocal. Coach with anyone and it's got depth. They've got to menace amount of. What Matt Olsen? Really good defensively. Shabbes the best offensive American League ultimate become a loot. As for you. Can scoop them with them? Moriano? Stephen on absolute war right now. We is not in the National League. In the National League conversation. But the problem is normally with Boston Cleveland. Sport right now. Golden State Warriors and major league baseball. Well when you talk about Oakland matchup along. Mike fires game. One Edwin Jackson. Go again Chris sale. Yeah. That's that's in the postseason. Jimbo here on the show. Jim before we get to those three teams those three teams that are the high water Mark for excellence in major league baseball. The Yankees have just really been playing poorly of late what is going on. And what is the level of optimism you feel if they win that game against Oakland in a five game series? Almost certainly against Boston. The Yankees all become. Right now, I think Severino phone apart. Not being able to do what he did. First house is one of the main reasons the health. Judge shall we? Go through a long list of what's happening. Well, you know. That you know the team. Well, they may end up with ninety five wins or more when the sum of all said and done, but the reality is again match up against the red sauce. Despoiling price pitching capabilities. From Aachen halfway now. Match up. Well with Boston in Boston. Feel every single position. Pitchy. They've got a better baseball team. It's simple. Your call. It's going to be able to get off. Jim boating here on the show CBS sports radio has writer, then you Jim. I mean, you you mentioned all three of those teams and the Red Sox the Indians and the Astros all have a lot going for for Houston that rotation is ridiculous. That was true before Keiko has really figured out in the second half. How are would it be to make a case in a seven game series that the Houston Astros are the best team in baseball? Oh, I think that Boston Houston. Cleveland are all capable of winning. All of them are bad. Good. All great. Tom awfully awfully teams are very good. The defending world champion by the Paul wrong from right now. Boston. Brain. I wanted to call you. Oh you. Baseball. Baseball. All three of those who also listen to a chance to go the way while Jim Boden here on the show with me, Bill Reiter. Jim, I know it's been awhile since spring training and a lot of free agent. Didn't get picked up until long after they probably should have. But looking back JD Martinez has accomplished obviously a great fit for the Red Sox. What we're people what was going on there? I mean, there are probably what ten fifteen twenty teams that would fall over themselves now to have that guy on their ball club. Well, it's interesting 'cause I was fine. Balancing, the brace is also the focus. On the mob. He was worried about a long-term deal and the deal. He worried about. Move the contact in the middle of some of the national swap on. But I never understood whether you want on JD wrote an article in the off. Well, JD Martinez all perform both Johnson's on. And everyone. How can you say that on the MVP? Hitter. This holiday. On the vendor. But. Well, I don't think this is a surprise. I love to see him win the triple crown over. What would be really cool. Yeah. You're right JD is a difference maker, no questions all talk JIMBO here on the show. Jim the dodgers have won the NFL west five years in a row. There are a couple of games out. Now. Of that wildcard spot. They're behind in their own division by a couple of games from the Rockies. Now, they're playing Saint Louis, and I think they're still winning pretty handily. How formidable are the dodgers if they can actually get into the postseason or are they still what we thought the nationals? And we thought the cubs. We thought the dodgers were at the start of the season. That's a legitimate contender at least a maker World Series. Definitely. Win the division. I'm gonna stand by that mouse last night, I called the Rockies. Denver. I saw the game zone. Now. Them off the postseason mall based on their schedule. Their bolcom buckles quote from off with Colorado. They're very good teams. The dodgers mainly because Paul hormone. Rotation who really really tremendous. And then you've got to. Iraqis. Spectacular. Me. Really good. Over them. All. Wade davis. They get a lead after six. Team. That's the big advantage of. Kids. Really? So. Well, I'm gonna tell you again. And I look I said this. Marsha? We're gonna win this vision and mobile off three days in the season before they do it. Pro baseball RJ before we let you go. And appreciate you being on the show cubs or brewers in that central. I love doing. I'm going to give the edge. I'm gonna give a song. It's the bullpen and Milwaukee, especially if hater in Jeffrey. Pitch this way getting. I love about the brewers is they've got really good. Really good flavor going on that most guys. On Bromley pitchy. Well, I think it goes down to the wire. I feel like. Braves. Rockies should be the two wildcard teams for the foul, but I'm gonna pick right now. And again, they've got to do it on the field. But I think in terms of for me to go against the starting location. Jim bowdoin, always appreciate you'll be checking me out over at CBS sports HQ. Thanks for thanks for being on the show. Jim Boden here on the program. Really glad we got eight five five two one two four. I am still. We were like, you know, we're thirty seconds from a from a schism. We don't want to is going to get pretty ugly. Scott gives them means. Well, it's bad. You use it correctly. Any other out here? We don't need a boat and writers ugly at CBS CBS boards aids. QB comes you know, UFC or southern come on monster. Why why always pushing for so you're troublemaker, bro? Stew is bigger. I guess I like complicated. Do you never to the west coast? But he loved their teams. You're a motorcycle guy where spikes and leather like some whatever, but your purse shopping, your girlfriend you love sports. But you know, what chartreuse me surgeries a color or a flavor of pie. I have no idea what it is. And I don't want to eight five five two one two four CBS and the phone number. Speaking of Stewart and has renaissance man.
"bolcom" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"I tried to come up with one really good answer and i i didn't come up with one but the simplest reason was when i walk out of my house i see a kid in the alley kind of want him to high five me that's really all i'm looking for honestly mean it's great dab money it's great to have a house all that but really deep down i found that was my sole motivation actually i've never heard anyone described that and i could make something up that i don't want to is out about maybe i could give you some or do you know exactly what no go ahead give me some stuff is that i want them to high five me because i want to be a community member i want him to high five me because i want validation that have done a good job i wanted to hi fi me because somehow this company that i've been part of in have led has made a difference in kids lives you or is it more so i'm saying is it more altruistic more self ego driven like i want to be recognized and know that what i've done a special yeah it's it's definitely a little bit of ego you know anyone that has a company with their name on it can't say his ego or lead singer in a band it's higo i used to shape boards to that's ago i used to pitch a baseball let's go he's speed quarterback that's ego yeah ego for sure but more the first of what you said honestly because i want you know once you cheat a few things you could check that off and say okay but it's more it's more the i'm part of the community is more that our company help inspired this person it's more that their day is better because of whatever our company may or may not have done whether the product made them feel better or helped them perform better or opened up their mind you know made some progress just it's more that they're sure okay and it's nice to have a format to do that you know it's nice to have some distribution of a message or a product to be able to do that god yeah because no he's listening to you you know the podcast and no one listens it's all a matter much right yeah why hurley why the name yeah it did you ever did you ever consider like halfway through like ma'am i should change that name or a couple of years through or is it always been i personally i'd i until i met you or knew about you i should say which was eight years ago i didn't know that hurley was bob's i the last name yet no that but now it's like right well i think so when we we started this we're we knew we were giving billabong back a tremendous brand we gave it back in great shape and they went onto magical things but we wanted to start another brand that was different and so we didn't want to be another billabong quicksilver at the time those are two most powerful bolcom name all the brands we we want to be another one no offense to them they're nothing doubt about them but it wasn't totally us and we needed to reason to exist so we had to find out who we were what we wanted to make how much we wanted to sell the products for what name to call it we had a pretty extended list of names you know we started from like five hundred went down to two hundred went down to hunter and went down to fifty and then we started looking around to register because you know don't even start that to you pick one goes almost every names taken you gotta do a work around kinda and then we got down to five and hurley was not on the list and i work with a very good designer here for a long time her name was leeann murray still still the best best designer slash business person in one i've ever seen or worked with in this role but her husband came to me and said bob he's really great surfer preston murray hey said i heard you're gonna call the brand and i wouldn't even say the name 'cause we had four or five pretty good ones i go yeah what do you think is big mistake and i.
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"No not really one further thing to say you're going to think i think israel is behind this why why go why go to i mean that's because it's obvious on bolcom's and a two i don't know what john bolton's faith is an and i i just i think i've lost you at that point but i i appreciate everything you've said up until their thanks thanks john tonight six one seven two four hundred thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty you know i just smacks of antisemitism a troubling israel israel is our one loyal forever supporter in the middle east a very important country feel free to join the conversation arthur in madame pan arthur welcome how are you today how you doing i'm fine earth and go right ahead what the german said i almost fell off my chair well there are many who think like gone it was kind of ridiculous i say something like that oh why why should israel get mixed up in something like this they get better get enough probably with their own but anyway dan i'll make a sweet holy stuff that's going on with the gas and all that stuff different things going on if syria come over here they dropped the gas you know what people got killed god forbid all of a sudden why didn't trump do something oh yeah oh i agree with you if if all of a sudden we had some sort of a chemical chemical attack in one of our subway system is always trump trump trump bad this is our president my president that i'd pick up on again and fight for him and this would be people in the united states got a spat doing instead of criticizing the president of the united states that's all i got this agent said well thank.
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"Local story this hour former cedar rapids mayor ron corbo says he's disappointed a bulk county judge ruled he can't be on the june fifth primary election ballot against republican governor kim reynolds corbett's challenge of a three member panel decision that he was eight signature short of the number of names he needed another nominating petition was thrown out by judge david may corporate told reporters and a conference call that he won't appeal statements last week when we made the decision to appeal that i felt that address the objection panels in that respect the ruling the judge a former candidate says he hopes to keep his political action committee alive but if not he'll start polishing his resume a small plane crash near maxwell in central iowa this afternoon the iowa state patrol says one person was in the plane when it crashed near the intersection of one hundred fiftieth avenue northeast hundred and fourth street one person suffering a broken leg but no other injuries with news that china's retaliating against the us impose tariffs on chinese goods with their own tariffs against soybeans and other egg products one iowa democrat was asking gop legislators if their support for president trump is waning why has the president declared war on iowa agriculture when are the apologists going to speak up i was thirty democratic senator joe bolcom our top national story chief white house advisor larry cudlow downplaying concerns about a trade war kudlow says the us and china have both proposed tariffs but he noted nothing has been enacted yet i'm gary barrett our next scheduled news in thirty minutes breaking news and severe weather at once on am ten forty on your radio everywhere you are on the free iheartradio app warning the.
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"You can always put the program up in front of your face but then nobody knows glasses survey great shot of people sitting there when those glasses wasn't it all right and just a little bit randy way hofer rejoin us here on newsradio ten forty whol right now today's top stories from des moines's news traffic and severe weather station newsradio ten forty w h y'all it's eight thirty i'm tom naylor whol radio news good morning it's mostly cloudy a balmy thirty three degrees right now in the news brought to you by tobacco outlet plus grocery and our top local story iowa cities and counties could lose their state funding should they fail to cooperate with federal immigration officials the iowa senate last night approved legislation that could cost a community their state funds for ninety days if they do not honor an ice request to hold immigrants in jail for an additional forty eight hours after they were supposed to be let go is about protecting people it's about saving lives recently at an ice detained was ignored in denver and there was a murder days later by the same person who has released republican senator jim carlin of sioux city democrats were vocal opponents this is fearmongering and we know it polls well you know the president mr trump taught us about that and it's a it's a terrible lesson and sowing the seeds of hate senator joe bolcom the legislation goes on to iowa governor kim reynolds our top national story the president wants the military to begin guarding the border with mexico saying he has no choice but to act the president signed a proclamation directing national guard troops to the southern border homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen says the administration is acting quickly the president is frustrated he has been very clear that he wants to secure our border democratic california congressman john gary mindy told fox news at night president trump is playing politics there is a coincidence here of a tough midterm election on coinciding with send troops to the border california governor jerry brown's office says the presence requests for national guard troops is under review in washington rachel sutherland the nation's trade gap is the whitest and more than nine years the gap widened the fifty seven point six billion dollars in february that's nearly a billion more than analysts had forecast iowa's commodity groups are not happy about china proposing tariffs.
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"Moines's news traffic and severe weather station newsradio ten forty w h y'all it's seven thirty i'm tom naylor who radio news good morning it's mostly cloudy thirty one degrees in des moines with a wind chill of twenty four right now our top local story iowa cities and counties could lose their state funding if they failed to cooperate with federal immigration officials the iowa senate last night approved legislation that could cost a community state funds for ninety days if they don't honor an ice requests to hold immigrants in jail for an additional forty eight hours after they were supposed to be let go is about protecting people it's about saving lives recently at an ice detainers ignored in denver and there was a murder days later by the same person who has released senator jim carlin of sioux city democrats though were vocal opponents this is fearmongering and we know it polls well you know the president mr trump taught us about that and it said it's a terrible lesson and sowing the seeds of hate that senator joe bolcom the legislation now goes onto governor cam reynolds our top national story president trump wants military to start guarding the border with mexico saying he has no choice but to whack the president signed a proclamation directing national guard troops to the southern border homeland security secretary kirstin nielsen says the administration is acting quickly the president is frustrated he has been very clear that he wants to secure our border democratic california congressman john garam mindy told fox news at night president trump is playing politics there is a coincidence here of a tough midterm election on coinciding with sent troops to the border california governor jerry brown's office says the president's requests for national guard troops is under review in washington rachel sutherland iowa's commodity groups are not happy about china proposing tariffs on us goods including egg products really challenging as we go through the negotiations with china or nafta or any other type of trade agreement matt deputy with the iowa cattlemen's association us beef was allowed back into china last year after a thirteen year absence deputy told whol radio simon conway tariffs would be tough on the industry security.