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"butch otter" Discussed on X96
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"butch otter" Discussed on Comfort in Death and Darkness
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"butch otter" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"President. But maybe I'm dates. No. I mean, look, I serve listening. People are seen study Hoyer etcetera both make comments and this is a hyped up a little bit of drama like he's just defending the president. Now, he's making a statement. He knows that somebody of an intelligent agency. Listen to Trump in the campaign knows it. So he's not just saying this out of thin air, you know, or because he would be a fool of later on if he did. But he knows it. And this is all kind of colliding together, you know, but, but you know, my former colleagues they're adding a little drama to this. It's not as bad as it seems because the journey takes this statement. It's not all because Trump's his boss. There's some stuff that's gone down. They know it. Yeah. And I mean. Can you give us context? And yet, you know, I don't know what your sense is. In terms of how big of a deal seems to me like it would be pretty big deal that the department of Justice in general, whatever look into a presidential candidate like that. While I mean, you know, this goes back to the shades of, you know, Watergate, right? White House do right? The democratic side. And you know, right now, you really can't say President Obama, but the fines court which was created after everybody made their voted for the Patriot Act, and then they will sweating bullets over. The course I was one of three people that voted against Patriot Act me burn. Emmy, Bernie did two on the democratic side. But anyway, me and Ron Paul and Butch otter. And that's why the court was they came back with it because they were getting so much heat. So somewhere in FIS us. Somebody said we need to do something. And they didn't do it through five then they're really probably going to be in trouble. Because then that means somebody injustice at once you take a look at the president happened in Camp Page, and there are rogue state this there are rogue agents that do things on their own. Also that just yet, you know what? One of the things that seems to urge me throughout the last, you know, basically win Trump took office since Trump took office is the reporting on things where it's made to sound like this is the first time something like this is ever happened. We'd never yada yada yada before. And oftentimes it feels like in fact, maybe they just had people who didn't leak it before. Or maybe they just you know. And so it's helpful to get some context. I think for people, and I could write you a book on immigration. I mean detention camps. Nothing new. President President Bush. I argued with his people because they were letting illegal people cross picket lines at one point in time that was Bush. I mean that's been going on for a long time, you know, with president. And of course, people denied that they were spying there was and you know, every Snowden showed us back. And then you know, what you leak stumps on g. And so, you know, there's just a lot more a lot more things. Get revealed today due to -nology than ever before the American history. Yes, certainly technology. And I think sometimes, unfortunately, I mean from my perspective, it just seemed like that Trump didn't had this mishmash of people who maybe were more likely to leak than others. What else you got the worst cases in history of leaking? Yes. It's funny. There's some it. It is so back and forth in nothing is unprecedented. And everybody is I mean, people are so cynical just political now that I don't even know I I need breaking papers on to know how to feel about Julian Assange is he had guy historically hit or truth. Teller? I don't even know why you know, look at Snowden hero or traitor. I mean move combination of both. And and you know, I sat there, and I knew when when President Obama's people said before the Senate, we don't spy, all please. I knew it. I couldn't say anything that put me in prison again. So you know, I. Everybody in congress knew that there was spying done. A, you know, a pay per view the library. No snow in the hero or traitor afford. Right. Well, interesting stuff, of course, they get to they get to mull this over during their nice recess but should be should be interesting to see when they come back. And also course should be interesting to see what goes on in the twenty twenty democratic reformer former member, it's an industry work period. Oh, no. Recesses fake news. Yes. Yes. All right, Bob, ney of talk media news. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. All right. We will hit a quick break. Be right back here on Boston Herald radio.
"butch otter" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"But at that moment. That's when you heard the house just being torn apart. But it even seconds, right? A seconds after that. Everything started president on us because we were in the bathroom. We were together. We all got pushed down flat. We will like dominoes on top of each other. My son was on top of me is a mom. I don't wanna die. Don't wanna die. Pray your way through. To the community of Lee county, we leave by your side. And we pledge our unwavering support to help you rebuild from the very depths of this horrible tragedy. Imagine a hundred and seventy mile an hour wins cut a swath that was twenty three miles wide. They say killing twenty three people and injuring dozens of others. We're talking about tornadoes forty of them slamming into Alabama, Georgia and Florida Lee county really hit hard by that. You heard the president there mention Lee county specifically before that Leshan Wilson describing what it was like for her family as they huddled together. Trying to ride it out getting out of a bathtub looking around and realizing so many of their neighbors were gone. Hey, everybody, what a way to kick off the week on a sad note here on my show America tonight joining us now he's in our virtual green room is a former congressman from Ohio with talk media news. Bob ney. Hey, bob. Have you ever been in a tornado? I'll tell you what I was in a shelter in Carbondale, Illinois. With the late Senator Paul Simon and his wife. Now. So we weren't in the tornado sirens went off. I was giving a lecture for Senator Simon up in Carbondale. And so we all ended up in the shelter, and and together with students who wanna students Senator Simon and said, this is surreal. Yeah. So that was my only experience we, but you know, that that's called. I think tornado alley up there. It is tornado alley and my first job in news was in a place called Carney, Nebraska. And boy, I was really indoctrinated into tornadoes there you'd hear the sirens. Go off people told me what to do if I was the air. We got to move now. I never been in one. Yeah. Yeah. And they're and they're right about that. See that's the thing that that always is the big argument is with hurricanes, and they they might Peter out. They could be worse all kinds of things can happen with hurricanes. But there are ways to track it a lot better. Obviously with tornadoes. They kick up, and they certainly weren't expecting forty tornadoes or that wide of destruction community at ten thousand people. Yeah, really really really really sad. So while that goes on and of course, state of emergency there, you've got a state of a different emergency happening in Washington DC. There's a lot of scrambling going on. But not when it comes to what's going to happen with the wall. Senate is really preparing to block the wall emergency Senator Mitch McConnell said, you know, this that he couldn't stop lawmakers from overturning President Trump's declaration of this national emergency to build a border wall. So that means what the first. Veto of the presidency for Donald Trump's expected. Oh, yes. It'll be veto before the ink's dry on the Bill on his desk. You know, Susan Collins of Maine, she's Republican Lisa Murkowski, Alaska, Thom Tillis, I think North Carolina they were lining up, and then along came rand Paul who like father, Ron Paul is pretty, you know, down to the wire when it comes to certain fiscal items. Brown published libertarian and ran is a fiscal hawk. So he said, you know, he's not against the wall per se. He's against how it's going through. He thinks congress ought to find it. But that regardless of what he thinks her why ram Paul provided the vote. And so now it has to be vetoed of courses veto proof. But the president will be to that. There's no question about it. Yeah. And then how about this the other big one over the weekend with CPAC going on the president? Was there talking about what the hoax was and all of that? In the meantime, you've got the House Judiciary committee with these documents requesting Eighty-one agencies individuals, including his own kids and other entities tied to Trump come up with the goods, and they're trying to launch an investigation into obstruction? Where do you think this goes, I think this gets tied up for a long time? Right. This is the precursor to impeachment system Morris reports coming out and already the houses starting this series of investigations because they know what you know. And I know which is probably ninety percent. There will be no indictment of the president and it won't lead to impeachment. So they're beginning down this path because I called regular earth people today. Kate, I call them have no dog in the hunt and politics and the reactions kind of the same from them. Well, you know. If they had some real specific things, I guess they could look at it. Otherwise, it's sort of trying to find some things, and they they're they're going to look at sixty people people that were in business with him or his children, etc. And this, of course, chairman Nadler, New York, the democratic chair judiciary who would handle impeachments very very clear this is not impeachment. But there are others who are hoping that this abuse of power investigation will lead to impeachment. But you're right. This is gonna be a long and winding road in the president will be in extreme battle note over this one. So this is kind of a gamble on the democratic side, you know, they spend so much of their time on this. And then it really doesn't lead to anything. It will be really fascinating to watch bits present. I I know we'll be in combat mode. Yeah. Absolutely. We only have a couple of minutes left, but you understand. Because you would have been involved in this the the much disputed NSA phone program was shut down. And I just received word from someone. I know about that that was the system that analyzed domestic calls and texts, and it just sort of quietly went way. And of course, there is debates about privacy the rule of law after the September eleventh attacks that was just like. It reminded me of what how taffy was torn all over the place when I lived in jersey, and I would see them make salt water taffy. This thing was torn all over the place. What do you think about that? Oh, right. You know, I was one of three people with Ron Paul in Butch otter only three Republicans voting against the Patriot Act, and it was very lonely on that board that day. Are you soft on terrorism? No. But you know, they took such liberty Kate then people say, well, they have to protect us. This wasn't protecting us. This was this was an abuse of power. And it started under the Bush administration it needed to go away. It wasn't finding the Osama bin Ladens of the world. In fact, they were taking us so much information. They could even find anything. I think if they had to. But I think it's. But isn't it funny? How just right route as real quietly disappears. Yeah. Just quietly. I'm glad you brought that up because you were one of three like you said Republicans boy were definitely on the right side of that. When there's no question about it was criticized until history helped us a little bit. It was a little lonely road for us at the time. Yeah. I bet. Hi, Bob ney. Thank you so much. Thank you. So like, I said the NSA just shut it down. And this member went into our calls and texts like, I mentioned, they haven't used it in in months, apparently and this happened during his Bob said, the Bush administration, it was part of that pursuit for Al Qaeda conspirators in the weeks after the two thousand and one terror attacks and the court said, okay, absolutely to it. Then you had Snowden enter Snowden he talked about the.
"butch otter" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"So he has been committed for hundred for ninety days at this point likely to be another one hundred eighty days added on top of it to the Idaho secure medical facility, which is at the Idaho state maximum security institution. Well, I mean, that's a dangerous society has been taken out of it. This is the determination that he is mentally unwell and unstable enough for the patients at any other sites psychiatric institution to maintain their safety. Right. So he's I mean, he's separate separated from everybody you high maximum security psych ward. Yeah. Is what he's at? Yeah. When I was reading the article, I guess he's been like sending a lot of weird notes to people. I mean, even before this. He had asked to talk with the detective before his legal team could be like. Boy shorts stuff this whole confinement or commitment is at the request of his lawyer. I bet because he can't stop. Can't stop at the Idaho environment forum. Idaho's new governor Brad little spoke. Yes, he did. And he acknowledged the climate change is real that. It needs to be addressed both to minimize it getting worse and to protect the state from its effects, and apparently climate change is obvious enough here that the Republican governor of one of the most Republican states who just won by a landslide might actually start taking it seriously. Well, he says he's taking it seriously. Well, this is one thing that he did he didn't break away from Butch otter for a couple for a lot of things. This is one of the ones that set him aside was the fact that he consistently disagreed with autres. Proactively ignoring climate change. So it is nice to finally hear somebody at the top say, okay. Yeah. This is definitely affecting us. And maybe we see task force in the future. And well, they already have something. I mean, he and governor otter signed this shared stewardship agreement with the agricultural department, but that was more to help protect.
"butch otter" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio
"Learn more head to planet m dot com. Planet him Michigan where big ideas and mobility are born. To red states. Raise the minimum wage in New York. I'm Sabri Benesch or in for David Brancaccio. The minimum wage is going up in Arkansas, and Missouri voters there approved increases in Tuesday's elections that makes more than twenty states that have done. So in recent years. Meanwhile, congress hasn't increased the federal minimum wage almost a decade. Marketplace's Mariel Sagarra has more up until now it's mostly been blue states passing minimum wage hikes. But on Tuesday to red states passed him to over the next few years, the minimum wage will rise to eleven bucks an hour in Arkansas and twelve in Missouri. The federal minimum wage is still seven twenty five an hour. David Cooper is an analyst at the Economic Policy Institute. I think that as the gap between workers in states that have raised their minimum wage and workers in states that have chosen not to grows it's not gonna put more pressure on congress to do something. But Jared Bernstein at the center on budget and policy priorities. Says it'll be hard to get a minimum wage hike through a Republican controlled Senate that doesn't wanna raise labor costs for companies. I wouldn't -ssume that because there have been all these positive state ballot measures on the minimum wage at the federal government is ready to move. They've resisted that aggressively particularly Republicans last week White House economic adviser Larry cudlow said he didn't think there should be a federal minimum wage at all I'm maryelle Zegarra for marketplace. Also on Tuesday, three of the country's most conservative states voted to expand Medicaid, providing health coverage to hundreds of thousands of low income residents. This was a major part of ObamaCare that only eight years ago, these states were refusing to implement marketplace has been Bradford looks at what's changed. In two thousand ten protesters filled the grounds of the capital as a democratic led congress passed the healthcare overhaul in Idaho. Governor Butch otter slammed laws, Medicaid expansion as budget busting. It would saddle our children and our children's children with what Thomas Jefferson called the moral canker of a staggering public debt fast forward. Eight.
"butch otter" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check
"We're now going to move from California's ballot measure to some of the other ballot measures state races around the nation into do that review. I'm pleased to be joined by two of my colleagues. I Paul Dempo our insurance reporter just back from a trip to Idaho and Washington state. Hi, Dan, and Adam Cancun or do it all reporter who's also back from a trip to Ohio? Hey, Dan, good to be here. All three of us have gotten outside the beltway in recent weeks. I was in Oklahoma, and Kansas and one of the big stories in this election is the potential expansion of Medicaid, particularly in four rural states, Utah, Idaho, Nebraska, and Montana's voting on a measure that could sustain that expansion. Paul. You're just in Idaho. What is the state of the Medicaid expansion debate there? Well, I think you know, there is a campaign that was launched in northern Idaho that managed to overcome really difficult rules around ballot initiatives. In idaho. And I think once they got it on the ballot. There's kind of widespread belief that there's a lot of momentum for passage and point to a couple of things. The polling data is kinda dicey. But yeah, there was one poll over the summer that showed seventy percent support for expanding Medicaid, which is kind of stunning for such a conservative state. And then just this week the longtime governor Republican Butch otter came out and backed proposition to the Medicaid expansion initiative. So that seems another sign that this thing has good momentum's though, utters leaving office and his possible successor. Could be Brad little where where does Brad whittle Republican stand on Medicaid? And that's interesting too. Little has not decided how he will vote interviewed him while I was out there. And he said, you know, I vote on everything on the ballot. I need to make up my mind, and I will announce how I'm going to vote before election day. But so far he is not. Done that. So there's still a chance that he could he could back proposition two as well. There is an expectation from a lot of folks that this ballot measure in Idaho, Nebraska, Utah wherever that if voters wrote it through voila Medicaid expansion, but we know from say Maine, Maine voters voted for Medicaid expansion Paula page blocked. It state legislatures could make this very difficult. So Paul how much weight should we be putting on the ballot measure? Yeah. I mean, I'd Aho is is a good example on that front too. I mean for years there's been sort of legislative efforts to come up with a quote, unquote, Idaho solution to sort of not entirely embrace ObamaCare, but come up with some kind of plan to help people who are in sort of the coverage gap where they can't get Medicaid, and they can't get ACA subsidies, and those efforts have always failed. The legislature has been not been willing to back them in the legislature and. Maho is like stunningly Republican. It's like, I think there's one hundred five seats and eight of them are Republicans. So there's no guarantee that that they will fund provide the funding and we'll implement this. I will say that Brad little has been very clear that he would respect the will of the people and he would attempt to implement it. If it's passed beyond these ballot measures there are competitive governor's races and more than a half dozen states that are currently controlled by Republicans. I'm thinking of Florida, Georgia Kansas Oklahoma, South Dakota, Wisconsin, our colleague AL's couldn't be here today. But she has his great story from her trip down to Georgia. You'll find a link to that in the show notes. Adam you've been covering this national fight over Medicaid expansion. How likely is it for Medicaid expansion, and some of those states that I just mentioned what's it's getting harder nationwide argue against so if you remember back when care I passed the? The Republican line was we're not going to expand. Because we don't trust the government to follow through on their end. And at the time and still is the deal is that the government will federal government will overwhelmingly fund the cost the Medicaid expansion in a state would would only have to pay a fraction. Now, we are what eight years out, and it's increasingly hard to make that argument not just because it's a Republican administration now, but because we're seeing the Medicaid expansion works. So well and people like it so much in the place that have expanded..
"butch otter" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes
"Before it's too late. Pretty really really going there. But I mean that's about a personal testimonies. You can get it's very personal. And the reason that Democrats are so focused on healthcare is that it's an issue that voters really care about back in twenty sixteen Republicans talked about repealing replacing the Affordable Care Act voters hated the Affordable Care Act. They wanted something better Republicans get into power voters. The what the replacement would be and that they don't like it. And they shouldn't we realize that while they're not crazy about the ACA. They like it better than what Republicans were putting forward. And now Healthcare's become a Republican problem. We've seen a lot of Republican candidates with constant governor. And in Missouri Senate candidate there Holly all of a sudden coming around talking about how they'll protect preexisting conditions. I mean, this is an issue that is personal for a lot of people. And it's been amazing. Just all the candidates who suddenly have relatives who have pre existing conditions that are being paraded out to save covering the healthcare fight for majority of Mike adult careers journalist watching this as whiplash inducing. I mean here news today in Idaho, deep red, Idaho. Governor Butch otter wants to expand Medicaid now. There's there's a ballot initiative there's a bunch of red states ballot Medicaid expansion. This was like such a slam dunk for Republicans for years, and they must be thinking themselves like what the hell I mean last year happened. What happened was the Republicans actually had the electoral numbers to be able to do something about it and people stood up. They force Republicans actually backtrack on that message. And they heard that. And so yeah, people like Susan Collins list, the most proud she's ever taken. Against repeal. But you also have people in deep red states people like Scott Walker now running ads saying that they are going to be the best suited to to help those with pre existing conditions. Have you heard this from voters on the trail healthcare? Exactly voters are really motivated around healthcare. It's one of the top policy issues. You see that's even almost foremost than taxes or anything else that that has been another theme throughout this campaign season. Jenna Johnson stead Herndon? Thank you both. If it's Tuesday that means there's a new episode of our podcast, out wise is happening. This week's guest truly blew my mind, which if you listen, you'll be able to tell I keep saying, wow. Wow. That's wild. Michael Tessler breaks down the narrative, the rise of identity. Politics began with the election of Donald Trump. When reality shows there's much more to that story. You can check it out on apple podcasts or anywhere else. And here's a fun bonus. While you're downloading that you should also in my humble opinion. Check out the first two episode.
"butch otter" Discussed on Le Show
"Universities, deepest apology for the profound injustices slavery or full acknowledgement of the strength of enslaved peoples in the face of their suffering, and our respect an indebtedness to them reaffirm our universities commitment to facing squarely and working to right the wrong of history. So they're never again inflicted unquote. Apology admit an ongoing controversy surrounding confederate statue in the middle of campus was pulled down by student activists earlier this fall. That was called silent. Sam got a lot of secrets to keep democratic Senator, Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota. Ran a campaign ad in several newspapers, entering some women victims of sexual assault in domestic violence who had never endured either the ad reads, we're all saviours of mastic violence, sexual assault or rape brawl, North Dakota. We're all prairie tough hundred more than one hundred names appeared below the declaration signatory's. Several women said they had not consented their their names appear in the ad and some we're not victims at all. Heitkamp issued a statement. We usually discovered several of the women's names who were provided to us did not authorize their names to be shared or not survivors of abuse. I deeply regret this mistake. We're in the process of issuing attraction, personally apologizing to each of the people impacted by this and taking the necessary steps to ensure this never happens. Again, a lot of never again today. Dalen Boise, the Idaho fish and game Commissioner, Blake Fisher resigned this week, three days. After a newspaper, I reported on criticism. He faced for sharing photos of his African hunting drip. He was asked resigned by governor, Butch otter. Fisher received criticism from around the world. After the report on the hunting trip to took, he took to Africa and the photos he shared with friends and colleagues, particularly the image of his posing with a quote family of babboons that he shot with a bow and arrow during his trip to Namibia that provoked criticism from former Idaho wildlife commissioners lead in shoot an auditor. I have high expectations and standards for every appointee. Instead government governor utter said in a press release. I recently made some poor judgements that resulted in sharing photos of a hunt in which I did not displaying appropriate level of sportsmanship and respect for the animals. I harvested the former fish and game Commissioner Fischer wrote, while he's actions were out of character. For me, I fully accept responsibility and feeling his best for the season's, Idaho and sports men and women that I resigned my post. I apologize to the hunters and anglers of Idaho who was appointed represent, and I hope my actions will not harm the integrity and ethic of the Idaho fish and game department. Moving forward. Didn't apologize. The babboons a former vice president of the Tokyo Electric Power company apologized during court questioning defendant Muto said to the many people who lost their lives, their family members of those who were forced to evacuate their homes. I have caused great pain that cannot be expressed in words and extend my deepest apologies. I'm very sorry about what happened. He and two other TEPCO officials are indicted on charges of professional negligence resulting in death and injury over the Phuc thin and apple face credits criticism from two of China's biggest payment platforms thieves. They said, we're using compromised apple ID's to steal funds from individual user accounts. Now, apple says, a small number of people had their accounts compromise Duda fishing scans and that those users had not enable two factor authentication of their accounts. We are deeply apologetic about the inconvenienced cause to our customers. By these phishing scams don't go fish. With us and speaking of don't be expecting any reparations the president of Germany Franck Walter Steinmeier as apologized for horrors horrors committed during the Nazi occupation injure in Greece that country Greece prepares to relaunch claims for hundreds of billions of euros. In World War Two reparations Stein. My visited a former concentration camp. They had those used by the Nazis outside Athens later, met Greece's political leadership. He said his country still bears the quote, moral and political guilt of crimes committed. Greek officials confirmed last month. The country will press ahead with reparations claims against Germany. A twenty sixteen report by parliamentary reparations committee said, outstanding claims are worth three hundred billion dollars in dollars. Germany says all claims have already been subtle politics the week later gentleman just a moment for micro-plastics micro-plastics founded sea salt several years ago. Now, new research shows them micro-plastics to be found in ninety percent of the tables on brands sampled worldwide, thirty, nine brands tested.
Idaho wildlife official Blake Fischer resigns after killing baboon family
"Atop wildlife officials from Idaho is out of a job following his recent hunting trip to Africa. Here's the update from USA's. Chris Barnes, Blake fishers resigned amid outrage over photos of imposing with animals he'd killed in Africa, including four members of the babboons family, Idaho. Governor Butch otter saying if he did ask for and accept Fischer's resignation on Monday, Fisher, one of seven members on the Idaho. Fish and game commission. He and his wife shot at Lee. Fourteen animals in the mid according to the photos and descriptions in an Email that he sent to over one hundred people one of the photos showing Mr. Fisher smiling with four dead babboons propped up in front of him. He'd used a bow and arrows to kill them
"butch otter" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics
"But that doesn't get the unaffiliated voter out they don't care the same old who you know same old stuff and so we are still very much stuck in this space that we see the data that people wanna progressive message but politicians locally are still very wary to run on a truly progressive message because it's still pretty conservative grasses issues that people really care about it near part of khokar education education as far go yeah it's it's kind of hard to be progressive out here but there are the things that guesses does well the message is it fox healthcare education talks about access to all the things that people need like living wage the huge out here like tether knows knows better than i do about minimum wage workers idaho but people here make the federal minimum wage to seven dollars and twenty five and the leaving legion idaho two years ago was fourteen dollars and seventy three cents and so we are super far behind i can talk about that yeah well we're the number one in the country for minimum wage per capita percentage wise so we hold that we that we own that we're number one yeah number one and we're also like forty eight forty sevens and education spending we don't fund our schools twenty five percent of our budgets teachers come from levies so we literally would have to fire twenty five percent of our teachers every two years if we didn't pass you know property tax bonds levees but are butch otter our governor just signed a hundred million dollar tax break and so there you have it so it's total chaos out your they're trying to make us like oklahoma kansas who you know that have implemented you know right wing republican tax break fire teachers in grand scale.
"butch otter" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"Everything else is just doctor's visits in the occasional surgery and as you get older you got to get the call and ask it be and you know you'd some of that type of stuff it stuff that you could come out of pocket four and what you really need is you really need a very low cost catastrophic plan that says yet if i'm thirty years old and all of a sudden i get freaking leukemia at least i know those bills will be taken care of vowed get insurance against that but i my doctor's visits 65 box i get the flu i gotta spend two hundred twenty five dollars on tamiflu in o o k those types of things i can cover because it's better to cover that out of pocket than to be paying two hundred three hundred dollars a month and premium well now we have the ability to do that and so as soon as april this is coming out of idaho as soon as a as april group blue cross of idaho is planning on making new options available to people who want to purchase health insurance that's after governor butch otter the eye and idaho lieutenant governor brad little cosigned signed an executive order asking the department of insurance to seek creative ways to make health coverage more affordable the move opened the door for plans that don't adhere to the obama coverage requirements the while the trump administration of though with the trump administration testing similar ideas the state may is unlikely to face much resistance from the white house so easy nobody really the only people have really legal standing to bring a case against the the state of idaho is health and human services which is of course an executive agency and when oak questionably conscious unconstitutional one at that and so what they're saying essentially is look work on a not adhere to the law but the likelihood is nothing's going to happen because the trump administration is basically trying to do the same thing and the only people who could really sue us uh is hhs and we don't think that's going to happen.
"butch otter" Discussed on High and Mighty
"The wife of his she's like its twenty five year old british sleigh yeah does she yeah of these to me i hit is very weird yeah she shia here there or where did he go to begin her and andrea yeah and it was just like it felt like a lot of like people making shocking decisions because it's a modern mcdonough movie in not yeah made sense to their calves italy the firebombing the police station and the suicide like none of that should laying on the regular earned gear it felt like in like a sketch when someone's i just like we'll there four kerr nns ira this is what's happening there is trying to say so much about race relations but a doesn't have any like characters of color without any salary excel lines saddiqui friends and it has less lord halt yeah who's a not lester holt two thousand defensive lester from the wire that's the ayers' name on the wire earned news anchor news in a gear he's he shows up and you're like and then they like don't let a drop him let it happen i'm like you this is a great actor you're trying to say something about race because you're making sam rockwell who this to me is the true hip dad movie of the year dan might but now you're wrong let guy reads tom clancy what like i love serum rockwell's an actor and i think he's doing great work is in this movie butch otter his carrier makes no sense is it makes no it's not a it's a fucking weird play like a monster he's like a monster but like you're you're supposed to be sympathetic forum but then you're ultimately not like right because he i don't care if he escaped the fire.
"butch otter" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Yeah like a workfare i guess live at sita worked and that's where you slept yeah i slept across the front seats available at like to bed into the back as well so the all the kids of bobsled did the bath which how many people lived in the man uh there were four kids bible i think we at eu dogs at what stage israel while uh for how many years it was like off at all for about sixty is i did like i did live in the house house the tell us about ted so i say for a berth till two or three we looked at the house of the like a big child wet we travelled around light lived on a bunch of different fogs conduct communities with with tons of all the people as well bike everywhere to just gather on a everyone would help will cost her it ever would leave their tents teeth these states while is in part of migrants um are you a gypsies or from egypt shoes it's kinda like that okay not technically the like gypsy gypsy travelers gypsy set to travel favourites chefs us like we just troppo by our beat it bother the kids who just travelled a different kind of communities okay um and where was you're dead dad travelled dad a lot as well but he like he's the copper tell us that he was always working but he was a white they divorced four states saying because really in the pitch that much with zia butch otter ju ju still keep in touch with your mom.
"butch otter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Hi campaign eight hey i just a duck killing on what you were just talking about um i'm originally from michigan i go to the european drive around at night and just hope to hear will i never have but i can tell you that the wall pay out there as in places where reintroduction us going on and it's a big management problem for the dinner and anybody who's prowall because of was straight up wolf hate uh aand i mean that's easy it's easy to do to find it in history is not hard to find now we need my you know my folks settling on a prairie in the midwest to in illinois there uh we've still got their records of of the fear just walking through the woods at night with bright torches to keep wolves at bay and of course is exactly as they had livestock they were worried about that uh that still very much there now in the west yes especially in the northern rockies now the impact of reintroduction in the northern rockies we did not see um sort of those worst case scenarios uh there have been some livestock losses but not on a scale that it has threatened the industry similar to elk hunting on the state of wyoming you have seen robust elk harvests says they call it some almost record in recent years and alker thriving um however the politics around wolves has become really poisonous if you're a politician in the northern rockies or even in the west generally your position on wolves has become a kind of a litmus test like a gun control or abortion it's a way of saying what kind of politician you are and what you stand for justice as an example the current governor of idaho butch otter he ran essentially on an anti wolf platform he promised to get wolves off the endangered species list just as fast as possible and win they were he promised that he would reduce their numbers through hunting and trapping does as much as he as he legally could.
"butch otter" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"No coca cola uh and i can't remember there's that record up up up by air but i know that uh that if we're so expectations uh the carolina panthers in arizona court not so like the carolina panthers or more loaded in their those two years ago they were the kambu was the fifty tvs and he was unstoppable cam what it has all you win answer football the vile hole uh but then last year they sell off the they they didn't have that same type of sparked bathe in the field of saying cameras fanfare much organised is uh the weather didn't look like weapon visually you didn't look like himself going into his office killing vigilance it look like himself but he lost their waste list they look great appreciate greg olson who miller's fantastic doesn't trouble all the rest off more than those weapon extreme roaming back sick gummy excited about the panthers jon stewart three yards in the crowded us going to make a play nobody runs harder to ride the monthly figure more shortlist butch otter stores force wanting heart down here he's right up there winter curtis samuel young traffic we are a little to show them it was like a hall of all i'm out of one of the economics of all boiler that's the most cousteau right here so i wanna see him in play in then christian mccaffrey he's gonna be one of the most closer rookies we've seen in a long time and so with all those pieces now all of a sudden word or the way in or shoulders go up here in arms sales you got weapons that he that broke through weapons that he could dump it off the raw as i mentioned when he is healthy.
"butch otter" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"Has been the trigger for almost a kind of national resurgence happened in the 19th century when japan was forced open by american gunships within a few decades of that it a gone for being a basically feudal medieval country to being an industrial power in the world and the other of course big sample is the defeat in naughty 45 at the end of the war the country was was literally ashes parts of it be bombed to smithereens yet by the midnineties sixty 1970s it was a rich country on its way to becoming economic superpower so we know we wonder this i remember talking to colleagues and say we'll may be this tragedy will in some ways galvanized japan and a half to say that six years on the hasn't happened japan is an affluence assertive i successful society in many ways but it hasn't found its way yet the hasn't been any of the resurgence and a return of confidence and an incentive mission the we thought might have been that walls richard lloyd perry talking about the ghosts of tsunami it's published by jonathan cape ann it's out on august 31st you're listening to monocle 24 you're listening to the daily with me andrew mullah now when donald trump appointed the as yet on sex jeff sessions attorney general he created a vacancy in session senate seat where he represented alabama today a republican primary in alabama will begin the process of replacing sessions there's little doubt about the establishment favorite luther strange appointed to temporarily occupy session seat by the governor endorsed by the president and backed by millions raised by mitch mcconnell but we'll all that be enough to see luther strange properly inducted into the pantheon of great american political names along with zach ramp dick sweat butch otter and of course alabama's own state treasury young boozer i'm joined now by daniel strauss from politico and daniel festival the primary itself how does it actually work.
"butch otter" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So here at cobo at their peak there are also in a boat so far neither still waiting for a strategy out walk aitken bit edgy they take come at any time you up eight currently colder straight before we have happened um and so they could get your kitchen hey mr usual dear trading afghan keeps a close picked up a counterterrorist mission thing that both uh uh i did glow as a long extinct targets here uh in the meantime uh what they're hope de uh is that the threat of jr will not so much change their broader mission here which focused most young hiring you help enough kim's um but will simply uh allow them to do a better job a cut mission uh general mattis says we're not winning missile flown i said this morning the taliban now holds more territory in afghanistan that at any time since nine eleven the fall of two thousand one when the us windy in what is the the state of the conflict right now refused to way back josh is the us losing are the is the afghan government losing ground is taliban why would think stand i can't live or on the stage area coalition light declared kaunda itchy over here capturing a scary have important have certainly struggled to eighty thousand a territory that had iggy uh by the by the surgery are upset were structure presidental bomb ongoing so for a couple of years of the taliban have certainly be uh on the offensive in most cases and according to of unique yes set the the us butch otter out.