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What Deb Haaland's historic confirmation means to Native Americans

AP 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

What Deb Haaland's historic confirmation means to Native Americans

"40 vote confirms to Mexico congresswoman Deb Holland as interior secretary, making her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet department and the first to lead the federal agency that is wielded influence over the nations tribes for nearly two centuries. Democrats and tribal groups hailed her confirmation as historic, saying the selection means that indigenous people will for the first time see a Native American lead the powerful department. Interior also oversees a host of other issues, including energy development on public lands and waters, national parks and endangered species. Two

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"department interior" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"department interior" Discussed on AP News

"Interior of the cell block the famous cellblock tour, an audio tour. Inside this former prison. Biden travels. I'm Tim McGuire with an AP News MINUTE President Biden vice President Harris opened ambitious cross country tour this week to highlight the benefits of the $1.9 trillion plan to defeat the Corona virus and boost the economy. CDC director Dr Rochelle Walensky is optimistic about the months ahead in the fight against the pandemic. We have come a long way from where we were in our early January, but we still have much work to do. The government plans to house up to 3000 immigrant teenagers at a convention center in downtown Dallas as it searches for space for a surge of migrant Children. Who have crossed the border with Mexico, the Drew Brees era with the New Orleans Saints, marked by a Super Bowl celebration record setting nights in the rebuilt Superdome and the now 42 year old, undersized quarterbacks. Outsize role has ended breeze. The NFL's leader and career completions and yards passing, is retiring after 20 NFL seasons, including his last 15 with New Orleans. I'm Tim McGuire. AP News I'm to Maguire President Biden Vice President Harris on the road this week, touting the coronavirus relief bill shots and arms and money in pockets. Harris spoke to nurses in Las Vegas. You all are the heroes of this moment, and this is historic. CDC is out with encouraging news about the vaccines. Here's the AP Soccer Mahogany. It's studied 12.5 million people who got their first dose of either the Fizer or Madonna vaccine over a two month period. About nine in 10 also received the second dose 96% of people who got both doses did so within the recommended timeframe. CDC chief for show Wollensky calls the results incredibly reassuring. The study did not look at why some people did not receive both doses. Over all, the CDC says about 21% of the population have gotten at least one dose. Roughly 11% have completed their vaccination. SOCCER Megane Washington The Senate on the 51 40 vote confirms to Mexico congresswoman Deb Holland as interior secretary, making her the first Native American to lead a Cabinet department and the first to lead the federal agency that is wielded influence over the nations tribes for nearly two centuries. Democrats and tribal groups hailed her confirmation as historic, saying the selection means that indigenous people will for the first time see a Native American lead the powerful department. Interior also oversees a host of other issues, including energy, development of public lands and waters, national parks and endangered species. Two men, one from West Virginia, the other from Pennsylvania have been arrested and charged with assault with a deadly weapon and other charges for their roles in the attack on the U. S. Capitol. January 6th Georgetown, Eo said Julian Cater our charge specifically with attacking Capitol police officer Brian Sick, Nick with bear straight. He died the day after that attack. This is AP News. Facebook is adding informational labels to post about Corona virus vaccines. The a piece Jackie Quinn has this. Facebook and Instagram have been criticized for allowing anti vaccination propaganda to spread so CEO Mark Zucker Burg announced that they're adding labels with information from the World Health Organization. One example he gives is, if there's a discussion on the safety of covert vaccines, they'll add a note that the vaccines are tested for safety and effectiveness before they're approved. Moved. But the center for countering Digital Hate says that's not enough. Facebook needs to take down threads with misinformation. I'm Jackie Quinn. Today's Academy Awards nominations went to two female filmmakers to a historically diverse slate of actors and David Fincher's lead nominee. Manc, a traditional kind of Oscar contender, a black and white period drama about Citizen Kane screenwriter Herman Mankiewicz. I'm to McGuire, Baby News. Facebook CEO says there Adding labels to counter false information about vaccines like a note reminding people the vaccines underwent testing for safety and effectiveness. But the head of the center for Countering Digital Hate says labeling falls far short of what's needed to stop anti vaccine lies that are polluting users timelines. AP News I'm Tim a garden The AP has learned that the government plans the house and 3000 immigrant teenagers at a convention center in downtown Dallas as health and human services Russia's dope in facilities across.

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"department interior" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:28 min | 9 months ago

"department interior" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Now she's the host of the podcast this land and Rebecca oh and rebecca citizen of the cherokee nation. Thanks for joining us rebecca. We appreciate it. Thank you so much for having me. Hey i wanted to get your your opinion. John justo weighed in a little bit on deborah holland Before we get started your thoughts on congresswoman deborah holland becoming secretary of interior. Yeah i'm i'm you know i'm i'm really excited about it. I think that it's a historic moment and to have Native leadership In charge of a department historically has done so much harm to our tribes and still Has so much power you know and we oftentimes talk about that. Harm is being historical but you know. We saw the current administration of the department interior. You know take tribal land out of trust for the first time since the termination era. So i think it's really important to have That need of leadership. And i would add to their There are a lot of different constituencies that hall in will need to listen to in that position and there's a specific constituency. That's asking still asking for her to make a statement of support. And that's the friedman descendents of the five tribes And hasn't replied to that request yet. So the celebration of her appointment. I'm still hoping That we can hear from her. That a secretary of interior. She will uphold the treaty rights and the trust responsibility united states government has all native americans including The descendants of Pregnant citizens of the five tribes those who are currently enrolled and those also that have been just enrolled. Yeah it'll be interesting to hear where she If if she takes a stand or as she takes no stand or you know where she stands on that well rebecca. We're talking podcast today. And men your podcast. Hit a many top ten lists top twenty lists of for twenty twenty Tell us about about this land. Yes so the first season of this land Covers the supreme court case It was originally. I've had many names Actually i was originally called the murphy case and now people call it. The mcgirt case are officially magribia oklahoma. Basically it was. The question of hot congress ever Rid of or ended the reservation rates of the muskogee cuckney fan and there are four types. Oklahoma have a similar history to muskogee creek nation and so the case had implications For the land of treating rights of five tree. I've here in oklahoma and the land in about half the state and so the case originated and the sort of odd place which was actually a small town murder in the late nineties So creek citizen murdered another and within to death by the state of oklahoma but then he that oklahoma actually did not have the jurisdiction to execute him. Let alone prosecute him because His crime occurred on his tribes reservation. And so then that question of whether or not the reservation of muskogee creek nation was legally still. Intact is what went all the way to the supreme court Really through a very complicated about fifteen year. Long history of Different appeal and it was finally settled last summer. with i think what will con- decades for now be seen as a historic victory For indigenous land rights in the united states so the season kinda covers that case and then Out talk about Language and indian child welfare and some other issues that are important in terms of tribal sovereignty and federal indian law. Yeah you know the thing that's interesting about that is you. Started it And the supreme court ruling has happened yet and You know you you mentioned the murphy and then ended with mcgirt..

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"department interior" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

10:21 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Rolling back into the ocean by handmade moments. This is democracy. Now. I mean, he Goodman with Nermeen shea we turn now to look at how regulatory agencies under the Trump administration have been captured by corporations on Wednesday the Senate aviation subcommittee held a hearing on the two deadly crashes of Boeing's new seven three seven max jets where the Federal Aviation Administration defended the agencies reliance on aircraft makers to help certified their own planes for flight the delegation processes known as the ODA program. This is a acting head Daniel L. Well, we have very strict oversight on every participant in an ODI program. And we made make sure that they are experts in the field that they have the appropriate understanding of FAA rigs and manuals they have a professional integrity is check everything. But to your point if we had no ODA at all. An estimated it would require roughly ten thousand more employees. To do their role TEFA in about one point eight billion dollars for our certification office in the FAA Boeing has spent more than seventy million dollars on lobbying since two thousand fifteen it also contributed to the campaigns of members of the committees that regulated including more than sixty thousand dollars to the two thousand eighteen reelection campaign of Republican Senator Ted Cruz who is chairman of the aviation subcommittee. This comes as the Senate committee on energy and natural resources is holding confirmation hearings today on Trump's nominee had the interior department. David Bernhardt, former oil lobbyists. Meanwhile, a federal jury in California's disordered Monsanto to pay over eighty million dollars to a cancer survivor who was found to have been partly caused by the herbicides roundup for more on these corporate issues. We're joined by rob Weisman, president of Public Citizen on Wednesday. The group delivered a poster size. Version of Bernhardt conflict of interest chichi to lawmakers will vote on his confirmation and received nearly one million dollars in donations from Bernhardt and his former lobbying firm, but we're gonna get to that in a minute. We want to start with Boeing talk about the significance of this hearing the deaths of three hundred forty six people in two airline crashes in the last months from Indonesia to eat THEO Pia Boeings plane found seriously at fall at the US was the last ground the max seven and eight planes. What did you learn yesterday? Well, we're seeing more and more evidence of how the FAA the agency that's supposed to regulate. Boeing is in fact, working for Boeing it staffed actually by Boeing, and it's outsources regulatory duties to Boeing in the clip you played at the top of the show, you have the acting administrator saying, I don't understand he calls him safety companies the airlines because the airplane manufacturer safety companies. I don't understand how they might cut back on safety. It's a pretty big problem when the guy who's in charge of regulating safety can't understand how the manufacturer might cut back on safety. And of course, he comes from the industry the person who runs the safety division at the FAA did a stint for the lobbyists association for their space companies. The new guy coming in to replace the acting administrator comes from the airlines for delta. So you have this total revolving door problem in a total capture of the agency, maybe as bad as anywhere in government. So talk about who Stephen Dixon s Steve Dixon, the former delta executive who Trump has picked to head the yet. It's exactly part of the same story. So you have different parts of the industry running the FAA. So the results are predictable. They're not gonna do their job. And in fact, it's not even clear they understand their job to really do safety. And regulate the companies that they're overseeing they seem to think that their job is to work in collaboration with the companies to to do the best they can and actually to promote the industry so was Boeing responsible for the deaths of three hundred forty six people how and what exactly didn't the US regulatory agencies do to prevent this from happening. What was their role? Right. We're still going to have to learn more. But what seems to be unfolding is that they redesigned the seven thirty seven the design required. Some new kind of software autopilots off where the autopilot software made errors the pilots. The human pilots weren't able to overcome in many cases. The errors inflicted by the computer software and the plane crashed. Blumenthal said for Senator Blumenthal said yesterday at the hearing he's read reports from many pilots in the United States. Who'd had exactly the same problem. But we're able to overcome on like, the the pilots and Ethiopian in Indonesia. So we're we're pretty lucky. Maybe he's only been too long had this been in use the seven three seven months. This is Rosa. We knew they've rushed it to the market. So there's still new technology. And is exactly the case of why you want an independent regular. They rushed it. They had competition from Airbus they were under pressure to get to market quickly. And so they did and it appears they did. So I'm cutting corners on safety you or the president CEO of Public Citizen, which was founded by Ralph Nader Ralph's grand niece Salmiya, Stu mo- died in the Ethiopian crash. She was one of three hundred forty six people in those two crashes. Right now. What do you feel has to happen with the FAA and Dixon is not a done deal? Right. He has to be approved by the Senate. That's right. They'll have to be confirmed. You don't want to say, I I knew Samya Ralph's grand niece and stifle when we see these regulatory issues, they're often abstract and people maybe don't pay attention to them what they fail to realize is that actually fail. Regulation means people are going to die. And when you know the person who died changes the whole story for your personalizes. It makes it real. And so it's totally heartbreaking at the FAA. They have outsourced. So much of their regulatory oversight to Boeing there's a real problem about how they can actually do their public duty. Again, you heard Al would say gosh, we would need ten thousand new inspectors. I don't know if they would need ten thousand new inspectors, but they will need more. They don't have the capacity in the agency. So it's gonna take some time to rebuild this agency. Let's move onto Bernhardt. Let's move onto the hearing that's taking place today the interior secretary. And why you've written this open letter. Well, out of all the Trump of appointees. This guy may be the most conflicted one coming. It's hard to say, but he's bringing the running for the most conflicted cabinet appointee. He carries around a card listing all of his conflicts of interest and all the companies he's not supposed to work for because you can't keep track of it's more than two dozen hitter. Hand is not really clear why carries the card around because he doesn't seem to use it. He is in fact, working on behalf of the companies that he used to represent intervening in a lot of decisions of the department interior. So far is the number two. To help companies that he used to work for and why did you why do you think Trump chose him to replace Zinke while, you know, the MO the Trump administration seems to be if you've got an ethics crisis because someone's forced out why we replace them with insider corporate lobbyists. That's our solution to the ethics problem. This guy was number two. He does know the agency he's very effective. He's very effective working for the companies that are used to represent and so he was a natural choice for the Trump administration. The department of interior is actually looking at a proposal expanding offshore oil drilling which has happened while he's been there. Right. So he is involved in efforts on offshore oil drilling used to work for the oil and gas industry he's involved in changes to the endangered species. Act on behalf of clients are used to work for his now intervenes and pesticide decisions. That would affect the former Dow company who made a million dollar contribution to the Trump administration is close with the with the administration is it true Bernhardt ordered some furloughed workers back to work during the government shutdown to push through oil and natural. Gas drilling permits offshore drilling permits in the Alaska refuge. I don't know. If burner was one order, that's definitely occurred. Yes. So what are you demanding right now? Well, our position is this is not a guy who's qualified to run department of interior. He shouldn't be approved what about pesticides. Well, he's intervened. In recently. The New York Times reported in two instances of pesticides to highly toxic pesticides. Biggest study inside the department of interior found that the use of these pesticides would jeopardize more than a thousand endangered species. So the conclusion is okay, we gotta we gotta deal with this problem. Not a guy who knows pesticides. But he intervened. He came swooped in to this process and said, okay, never mind. We're not doing that. We're not gonna take any regulatory action business as usual. So his move benefited major pesticide makers, including FM FMC corporation endow. Agro-science Dow a major donor to President Trump, I think they gave like a million dollars to his inaugural committee. Finally, the latest court decision that just came down around Monsanto and roundup, it's pesticide. So a huge decision in a case. Brought by a man who has cancer still living with cancer alleging that it was caused by roundup. And the jury came in and said, yes, it causes it and gave huge damage not just for the disease that he's been afflicted with. But as a punitive damage to punish Monsanto now owned by bear for what the jury believe was covering up the evidence of the carcinogens city of roundup for many many years. Will this award happen bears going to certainly bear Monsanto will certainly appeal this decision. But in this case, it was it was designated by the judges, a bellwether case because there's so many cases in line. And the is saying look we want to see how the first few trials go, and then we're gonna make a decision about how we should look at the rest of these cases, it's going to really strengthen the hand of the of the other people have claims to negotiate a fair settlement from bear Monsanto RAB. Weisman wanna thank you very much for being with us. Robert Weisman is president of Public Citizen. This is democracy. Now when we come back biased uncovering the hidden prejudice that shapes what we see think and do stay with us..

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"department interior" Discussed on The Young Turks

The Young Turks

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on The Young Turks

"But hey, the defense. Contrary has got rich. So as worthy, right, okay. If you say, so transportation department State Department interior department all dramatically reduced. So the defense department will go up to seven hundred and fifty billion dollars a year of Trump's proposal wins. Let's go to graphics thirty two and thirty three soggy and show, you context of how much we spend in defense because it must be tiny. Right. Because we got to catch up. No as you see there. We way out spend the rest of the world. That's the top fifteen countries military expenditures in two thousand sixteen but if you notice the US six hundred eleven billion there, and now in this chart, it's for twenty seven thousand six hundred and ten billion Trump's increase at the seven hundred fifty billion dollars that is way more than China, Russia and all those other countries combined. We have no problems with defense. We out spend every other major weaponized country by a landslide. But defense contractors are huge donors to politicians. So people got a good gotta get greased corporations that got that giant tax cuss. Huge donors politicians you getting Medicare let alone the poor folks getting Medicaid, you are not huge donors politicians. So they'll take it from you. They'll take it from your medicine. And they'll give it to the rich to the corporations and to the defense industry. So this is how you get robbed. Take a break when we come back. Alexandria, Cossio Cortez got criticized for telling the truth during her appearance at south by south west. We hope you're enjoying this free clip from the Turks if you wanna get the whole show and more exclusive content while supporting independent media become a member of T dot com slash joined today. In the meantime, enjoy this free site..

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"department interior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:35 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Right now, we have twenty degrees in crofton twenty degrees. In the news at nine this morning. Censured Harford county delegate to return to house floor today is the case for Trump is written by excellent award-winning historian, Victor Davis Hanson, and Victor of the prison as you point out in the book extremely successful as he vanquished the Republican field and the the the democrat coronated Queen and Hillary Clinton. Two of his major promises to eliminate ObamaCare and to build the wall have struggled and largely due to the congress not being able to get the corral the necessary votes. Now, you've got a democrat led majority. So how does the president get those done? How does he deliver on his reelection campaign in two thousand twenty? Well, I'm not sure I approve of what he's doing, but he's taking the ten and phone model of Barack Obama. So he's eliminated all but eliminated the individual mandate the key to ObamaCare when John McCain late John McCain didn't give him that decisive vote and just as Obama executive orders open the border, and he basically restricted the active I gave amnesties. Donald Trump is basically saying there's money in the budget. The legislature has already approved at the congress has and all I have to do is shifted around. I don't think he should have declared and national merger because it wasn't necessary. You could have just said I think he's doing that day facto there's money in homeland security, there's money and EPA there's more money than department interior. There's money in DOD all of them can be used to aggressive elements of this border by billing segments of a wall. And I think that's what he's gonna do. I think when he first came in. He thought that because he was. The president of people in his party would be disciplined in the congress. Paul Ryan, wasn't Mitch McConnell. I wasn't it took him about a year and a half to realize he's not going to get everything done unless he had majorities, and you lost that majority in the house. So it's going to be difficult, but it's kind of ironic that Obama top the nation's chief executive could roll bar it by executive order, and he's set the model, of course, a left rates now that Trump is employing somebody executive order latitudes. That Obama we're so happy to see Obama us. His victory seems to have exposed to a large degree corruption in some of the upper echelons of our various government agencies. The IRS the the Justice department the FBI, and what have you? Has has this corruption or these corrupt pipes? Been going on in our lives all this time. And it was only because Trump won that it has become exposed. I think a little bit of have. But I think in two thousand fifteen a group of people that you referred to call me Brennan and Clapper McCabe. Or Sally eight all who deal Jay. And and that's the CIA NSA FBI felt that they were so protected, and they were so why these Washington bureaucrats that they could take out a candidate that they didn't like, and they thought close a threat, and that was all predicated on cowardly assumption that Hillary was a sure winner in whatever behavior. She would be uncovered Bill Clinton meeting with Loretta Lynch on the tarmac or call me sort of confusing. Pfizer court by not telling them that the evidence was paid for by Hillary Clinton are Samantha power unmasking names, leaking them, I could go on and on. But they felt that she would win and that behavior excuse or maybe even rewarded so when Trump Trump won they went into a panic, and they were they were confronted with the next essential question that we press ahead, and I'll try to aboard his presences. We do this campaign or do we go back in the woodwork? And they chose to go ahead. And then the ultimate manifestation was Mueller. But Mueller was just the end of the end. Remember there was the emoluments clause. The voting machines a sixty yard guys. Pretty teach meant that Logan that the twenty fifth amendment the ninth circuit and California suing their the McCabe in-house coup. Cohen testimony. So desperate. I think it's a preemptive defense. They really don't want to have attorney general barred look at what they were doing. They buffalo Jeff Sessions. They got the special counsel. But there's a lot of felonious behavior. That's really I think opens a lot of these guys up to legal exposure. So they just go on the attack hopefully, naked, so distract public attention. We forget that our major leaders in these really critical intelligence and law enforcement agencies were lying. They were breaking federal law. And I think there's twelve FBI bureaucrats have either resigned or retired have been fired. There's about seven in the DOJ, we don't, and I think there's going to be a reckoning with a new Torney general, especially when the Mueller's stations over. I hope you're right. And we'll see you get cleaned out the excellent book the case for Trump, Victor Davis Hanson, and thanks for joining us here at this point Victor and good luck with.

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"department interior" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Park down there on the Texas Mexican border, and of course, at a big crossing point for the illegals and also place refuge once they get into it. And they are barred about that is I'll government properties. Are expected to have some sort of a Bantu barrier or something around and manage spatially live in the national parks and national forests because. Advocate. I grew up right next Air National forest and say the signs with them. No trespassing, I mean admitted it was like only a three war barb wire in. But there were people that would go sneak in there and get their Christmas tree every now. And then he got caught doing that the fine was pretty hefty mother trees to get your Christmas tree. But anyway, the the point is that all federal property do protection. And there are a lot of federal property along that border along with state properties and also some Indian tribal land, so as the ice age and said, you know, this is politics and Donald Trump because of the fact that the department interior collect fifty percent of the role taste from the on gas revenue that they have and they can use that for their own purposes. Basically any property that they have they can go ahead and construct something there to protect it. And a lot of properties at those illegals that come across on are environmentally.

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"department interior" Discussed on Twinovation

Twinovation

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Twinovation

"Well, for those at home, the catch the days the segment again, where we salute fellow hazards out in the real world making it happen guys. I sent you this one we normally send an Email around. And we'll be like, hey, here's some nominees and on this one. I said this is my favorite one out of four. I said here's the headline manicures of stealing two saxophone playing them in Missoula police department lobby. What does that mean? All right man, accused of blaring stolen, musical instruments. In the face of one forest last week is facing new burglary charges while being held on a quarter million dollar bond. Michael O'Keefe last week walked into Missoula city hall equipped with multiple saxophone and began playing them loudly in front of the police department. Welsh could hear the noise. The sergeant in this matter could hear the noise from his office deepen the police departments interior offices. He went outside to try reasoning with the man he said about the same time that apartment received a call from a music store notifying authorities that two sacks phones had been stolen that very morning. According to charging documents file December fourth O'Keefe allegedly. Took two sacks phones from the stringed instrument division around ten AM that day employ from the shops that he saw a man carrying them out of the store. One sacks was reportedly valued at seventeen hundred dollars the second at one thousand fifty dollars breath, baby that's breath, tax winnow kief came to the police department later that day he told officers they were family heirlooms that have been stolen from him. What he was unable to provide. Any more details. He was charged with. For some damage done to the music store door in released. He turned up again around six AM when long respond to report a burglary on the same street and someone will up to him standing in his bedroom. Okay. That's less fun term. I never finished. The first part of the second part was he gets he's about he's like. He's he's a serial burglar serial murderer or. Burglar if you. That's a pretty cool move though, you go into a store steel saxophone going to city home start playing them. It's cool if you own them, and you have to do. Title or if he stole them. But that's so he's asking to get caught kind of like seven sometimes it's just about making a statement. Because then he wants seven a lot like seven okay with them. Hey name naming the seven with saxophone with seven the the number seven seventy seven. Zeros? And is there any other letter? I don't think you have to change the phone. Well, the the insects. In seven it's the visa. Me the v the v it's the seven and seven so right seven with saxophone 's. Yes. Yes. And saxophone of five. Saxophone is a three we do both. We have to see how it looks official mindset of Mike, Dave, not so much. No. I don't. But you know, he's a brass tacks guy. And he gets the giants you hire someone to do that. Right. I think that's you hired someone to move. All right. We'll let's hear it for Mr. kief still a ballsy move at the saxophone and for our good game of the episode seven was saxophone would see memories hold up in that becomes. Wow. Now, that's what I'm talking about. Both of you together on three to one. Why don't you? Go more chicken. Chicken shit. Just like his father, Paul hand, Oh, boys. boys. You know? I I love a good tale of small town mischief. But it's time for my favorite part of the show. It's time for the nation to rise. And this is the part of the show where we hear from two lucky members of the nation of sent their schemes into us. You can send your schemes into ideas at twin invasion biz you can tweet at us at one of Asian pod on Facebook. You can leave a five star review. We'll read them there. You can also, of course, call our voicemail number, and that number is, of course, Jeffrey hit it. Nineteen ninety two. Well times Jeffrey. And Jeffrey, speaking of the voice, Dr in the crew, I I would say. Twenty eighteen. We were going to tell you..

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"department interior" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sponsored by Liberty Mutual insurance are Matt piper. President Trump has promised to veto any Bill that does not include border wall funding at a Bill passed last night by the house did not include that CBS Rebecca Kaplan on the building passed to reopen the government now two weeks into a partial shutdown house passed two bills to reopen. The government the first one continues funding for the department of homeland security through February eighth giving lawmakers and the president about five more weeks to negotiate on some kind of deal on how to fund the border wall. If at all and the second Bill actually funds all these agencies that have been closed. So the State Department Justice department interior transportation a number of departments funds all those agencies fully through September thirtieth the end of the fiscal year. So those would reopen and workers who've been furloughed would be paid for the time that they were out of work as investigators are still trying to find the man who shot and killed seven year old. Jasmine barnes. Her mother is speaking out about the gunman's possible motive CBS, Janet Shamba. Leeann from Texas empty out his gun. Jasmine's mother look Porsche Washington who was hitting the shoulder during the Sunday shooting is still trying to understand why the gunman opened fire. Do you think this could possibly be a hate crime was a black person? And it was oh why person during the shooting? So I don't know if he's out here. No one is because the getting off to it. The Labor Department reveals the December jobs picture this morning last month's data revealed. The unemployment rate was three point seven percent. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says. Economists are anticipating the creation of one hundred eighty thousand new jobs last month with another likely boost in wages, tighter, labor market has left workers feeling more confident about their job prospects. It's also forced employers to pay more to retain or tracked workers wages likely increased in December by three percent from a year ago. Meantime, CBS is Lucy craft in Tokyo says Japan's Nikkei has not done very well today. Japan's blue chip Nikkei share index lost four hundred fifty points or two and a quarter percent on a slew of negative factors. Spooking? Investors was US China trade friction anxiety over apple slower earnings and a higher. Valued yen, which makes Japanese goods less competitive awarding for those in Thailand atrop-. Storm is expected. A pound the southeast Asia nations famed southern beach resorts during peak tourism season tire thirties have already suspended flights and ferries and evacuated locals and tourists officials are warning of torrential downpours strong winds and rough seas from tropical storm payback after landfall in a few hours. This is CBS news. You have enough things to worry about every day insurance shouldn't be one of them. You can leave worry behind when liberty stands with you. Liberty Mutual insurance. So I knew when I first met Adam Rizzo that something was different about him. And about the way he did business. So. Got some more to ask more about his life. And he grew up in Kentucky. And that's part of it is mom had a business that helped cancer patients, and his mom always told him that if you take care of the people who come through your door, and you always do the right thing, then you'll never be out of people to take care of. It's good Kentucky saying right there. So that simple lesson is one of the main reasons why pal Amar has continued to grow year after year and keep their amazing reputation while love them so much. So if you appreciate a handshake that means something called Powell, mar solar. This is why good San Diego and waxy and many many other businesses have chosen our solar. But residential customers that's their bread and butter. So if you don't like the pushy sales rep, I have no interest in that. Call pal of our solar solar is gonna vestment for you seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight or Palo Marcello dot com..

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"department interior" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Fiber. President Trump has promised to veto any Bill that does not include border wall funding and a Bill passed last night by the house did not include that CBS is Rebecca Kaplan on the building passed to reopen the government now two weeks into a partial shutdown two bills to funding reopen the government. The first one continues funding for the department of homeland security through February eighth giving lawmakers and the president about five more weeks to negotiate on some kind of deal on how to fund the border wall. If at all and the second Bill actually funds all these agencies that have been closed. So the State Department Justice department interior transportation a number of departments funds all those agencies fully through September thirtieth the end of the fiscal year. So those would reopen and workers who've been furloughed would be paid for the time that they were out of work as investigators are still trying to find the man who shot and killed seven year old. Jasmine Barnes, her mother is speaking out about the gunman's possible. Motive CBS Janet champion from Texas. EMT out his gun. Jasmine's mother look Porsche Washington who was hitting the shoulder doing the Sunday shooting is still trying to understand why the gunman opened fire. Do you think this could possibly be? Yes. The black person. And it was oh why parson during the shooting? So I don't know if he's out here. Fake. No one is because he's getting off to it. The Labor Department reveals the December jobs picture this morning last month's data revealed. The unemployment rate was three point seven percent. CBS news business analyst Jill Schlesinger says. Economists are intimidating the creation of one hundred eighty thousand new jobs last month with another likely boost in wages, tighter, labor market has left workers feeling more confident about their job prospects. It's also forced employers to pay more to retain or attract workers wages likely increased in December by three percent from a year ago. Meantime, CBS is Lucy craft in Tokyo says Japan's Nikkei has not done very well today. Japan's blue chip Nikkei share index lost four hundred fifty points or two and a quarter percent on a slew of negative factors. Spooking? Investors was U S China trade friction anxiety over apple slower earnings and higher. Valued yen, which makes Japanese goods less competitive. A warning for those in Thailand atrop-. The storm is expected a pound the southeast Asia nations famed southern beach resorts during peak tourism season tire thirties have already suspended flights and theories and evacuated locals and tourists officials are warning of torrential downpours strong winds and rough seas from tropical storm payback after landfall in a few hours. This is CBS news. WBZ news time four zero three. The Subaru retailers of New England all-wheel-drive traffic.

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"department interior" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Hundred ninety two the joint resolution is passed just hours after Democrats took control of the house. They made two key votes. Tonight CBS Rebecca Kaplan has to build to finding reopen the government the first one continues funding for the department of homeland security through February eighth giving lawmakers and the president about five more weeks to negotiate on some kind of deal on how to fund the border wall. If at all and the second Bill actually funds all these agencies that have been closed. So the State Department Justice department interior transportation a number of departments funds all those agencies fully through September thirtieth the end of the fiscal year. So those would reopen and workers who've been furloughed would be paid for the time that they were out of work. Senate Republicans would still have to approve the houses border Bill. Mexico is calling on the United States to investigate the use of force by border patrol agents against members of a Central American migrant caravan who tried to rush the border over New Year's Mexico. Wants more information. About the new year. Stay incident. It has asked the US for a thorough investigation around one hundred fifty migrants at the Mexican border in Tijuana, reportedly attempted to get into the US agents fired tear gas to stop them. There were reports of some of the migrants throwing rocks. This is the second time. US agents have fired tear-gas a similar incident took place in November. Steve futterman. CBS news, a North Korean diplomat in Italy said to be seeking asylum is from a prestigious diplomatic family with both his father and father in law having worked in peon Yang's foreign ministry, it would be the first high profile defection of a North Korean diplomat since two thousand sixteen are Seth donors covering from Rome. This is really something. That sounds like it's out of a spy novel. You have a South Korean lawmaker who has said that North Korea's top diplomat here in Italy has gone into hiding, and there's the possibility that he has defected. This would be quite embarrassing for North Korea to lose such a high level dip la-. Matt there is no rest for Asian investors as most regional markets. There are suffering.

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"department interior" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"Much smaller than that right a size of like a can of soup to with football donna okay so you're not really running into like eminent domain issues with these things necessarily or not like hey would like the cellphone towers where people should he cell service people going you're not put in my backyard you like can i put this kind of soup and save your life well that that's i wish we could just say it was just the unfortunately we have to have all the telemetry the power the ip we have to have a small culvert we get it has to be somewhat underground to be shielded from just surface like trucks driving by people plowing their fields and stuff like that so the a big portion of the expense is just getting underground in a good spot with the right telemetry you know getting it in in basements of buildings and things like that is a great but one of the biggest challenges that that that we've learned is approve even if it's just on federal land is a lot of environmental approvals any to happen to be able to get this even the us has says some challenges with that so that's a hurdle i mean it's it's an actual liable miserable hurdle that they have to have to deal with even even as you know part of the department interior they still have to do with the a lot of regulations just to get this lifesaving tuck into the ground sure i'm going to use a a buzzword because that's annoying is you know one of the ways that we've been told autonomous cars are going to be so much more reliable and safe in the future is that they are networked together and constantly learning so if your car break short every other tests on the on the range on the network is going to apply that situation and stored in its bank right it can only learn i mean that's learning works you train it on series of images and learn from them and can apply though is there anything like that going on with these systems at all are they are they smart it always or anything that they can be learning along the way that can constantly be improving itself or they relatively i don't wanna say dumb because clearly not but you understand what i mean like not network not necessarily learning in a way they're doing that right we they have algorithms that are are processing the seismic data the wave form data it's fairly standard they know they they they'll test it back over all sorts of wave form data and see okay that was an explosion or that was you know seismicity from an earthquake across the earth that has actually travelled through the center of the earth and they can identify those types of way forms in able to filter that out from from my understanding i don't believe there's any she learning type processing that's happening right now but as with other technologies i mean i could i could see that.

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"department interior" Discussed on Fake the Nation

Fake the Nation

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Fake the Nation

"Last week the interior department rescinded the obama era rule that added regulations for fracking on federal and tribal lands remember the thing fracking that causes those little earthquakes that arch bone only normal on fire era in the water that's unfired totally normal and they're like health viking scare that uh so many people have in those communities it also the department interior repealed offshore drilling safety regulations safety regulations should winning ways there were put in place after the deepwater horizon spill so again it's even if a like a just said three minutes to go they don't have the mechanisms the technology isn't there yet for them to make it safe and they're not even being forced to make it do they feel more they're trying to soften us up for larkham invasion or takeover of some kind like if you if i gave you the keys the my house and you were like poured gasoline over everything left the window does open like level burt cigarettes all over the place and left the front door wide open i would think you're trying to fuck up my home run and i wouldn't trust you with my house anymore and i feel like we can't trust these people with our country because they're going out of their way to make it less safe to make it less modern to make it dumber they blew shot a dumb us down and that not even navient guru i mean i love the brings to glucose adding new ghana mali.

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"department interior" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Support for npr and the following message come from georgetown university featuring parttime master's degrees answered certificates in downtown d c and online information at sc s dow georgetown dot edu slash npr at the trump administration surprised lotta people last week when it excluded florida from a plan to dramatically expand offshore drilling and now other states are saying hey we'd love to be excluded as well and they're getting a chance to make their case in a series of public meetings enters jeff brady went to one of those meetings yesterday in annapolis maryland at the harbor in downtown annapolis it's cold and there's little sign of the tourists and people heading at fish that are common when the weather is warm but things are buzzing a few miles away at a hotel conference center this is where the federal bureau of ocean energy management is collecting comments on the trump administration's plan to offer up just about all of the country's offshore areas to drillers this is the normal process with information booth saying laptop set up to type in comments last week florida with outside that process and god itself removed electronics that bit by surprise quite frankly when we saw that governor scott in florida had spoken to secretaries zinke of the department interior mark belton is maryland secretary of natural resources is here to deliver a letter from his boss republican governor larry hogan asking that maryland also be removed belt and says the big concern is for the state's economically important fishing and tourism industries the accident that happened with deepwater horizon down in the gulf of mexico is a vivid example of what could happen here off the shore of the mid atlantic and with that example in mind we believe that it's just not the right to.

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"department interior" Discussed on Environment: NPR

Environment: NPR

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Environment: NPR

"Support for npr and the following message come from georgetown university featuring parttime master's degrees answered certificates in downtown d c and online information at sc s dow georgetown dot edu slash npr at the trump administration surprised lotta people last week when it excluded florida from a plan to dramatically expand offshore drilling and now other states are saying hey we'd love to be excluded as well and they're getting a chance to make their case in a series of public meetings enters jeff brady went to one of those meetings yesterday in annapolis maryland at the harbor in downtown annapolis it's cold and there's little sign of the tourists and people heading at fish that are common when the weather is warm but things are buzzing a few miles away at a hotel conference center this is where the federal bureau of ocean energy management is collecting comments on the trump administration's plan to offer up just about all of the country's offshore areas to drillers this is the normal process with information booth saying laptop set up to type in comments last week florida with outside that process and god itself removed electronics that bit by surprise quite frankly when we saw that governor scott in florida had spoken to secretaries zinke of the department interior mark belton is maryland secretary of natural resources is here to deliver a letter from his boss republican governor larry hogan asking that maryland also be removed belt and says the big concern is for the state's economically important fishing and tourism industries the accident that happened with deepwater horizon down in the gulf of mexico is a vivid example of what could happen here off the shore of the mid atlantic and with that example in mind we believe that it's just not the right to.

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"department interior" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

Slate's Political Gabfest

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Slate's Political Gabfest

"One last point i suspect on just on the pruitt question i suspect that the biggest impact of scott pruitt longrun is not any one of these individual policies that that the is going to be the loss of human capital which is that we are taking the the best and most enthusiastic government workers the ones who have the deepest knowledge and the most support for the mission of their minister of their agencies and they're leaving they're just not stain they don't want to be there anymore it's terrible state are men trail two state department interior a departing of education i suspect but certainly the epa and the longrun i i think that means the agency will run worse it will be less good is its job and that will also make it owed you know people will like it less and it will be seen as less effective and in the long run that's going to be very damaging and more more damaging i suspect for their mission than at any one clean power plan plan policy repeal will be let's go to cocktail chatter john dickerson when you're when you're a out fishing for dolphins and having a beer as your fishing for dolphins what are you going to be chattering about cheer fishing companions late sizzling bleach because they don't want to spoil it but it is a film on a short film on in the town and the new york times website called i have a message for you buy matan i guess it's rush let's which is a story about a woman during the holocaust and her father and i don't wanna tell you any more than that except that it's really worth going and watching this video it's just.

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"department interior" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"But the trump administration has thus far shifted policies away from battling climate change raising concern within the scientific community cnn's ray marsh has the story our plan will the we had a blizzard upset there's no war this is a landmark event do you see it as a war on science there's definitely a battle that's going on mustafa ali says after 24 years at the epa he was one of the first career employees to resign in protest of the administration's antiscientific roach what would make give that up the lives of the communities where i come from the lives that are sir and you felt that they were in jeopardy under this new administration i knew they were in jeopardy joel cla manto climate scientists at the interior department says he was silenced after speaking about climate change i was reassigned to uh an accounting office in the department interior said it moved him to create seasoned leaders with broad and diverse experience every president since franklin roosevelt has had a science adviser except frivolous pretzel terry yosi is the former director of the epa science advisory board under president ronald reagan third trying to root uh accepted settled credible scientific principles and practices and what risk in that we don't discover uh when the next flint michigan drinking water contamination occurs at trump's agriculture department his nominee for chief scientists is a man with no science qualifications a lot of what we were drunk prior karmakar.

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"department interior" Discussed on Examining Politics

Examining Politics

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"department interior" Discussed on Examining Politics

"Welcome to examining politics daily podcast from the newsroom of the washington examiner every thursday we bring you main street meets the beltway featuring selena's zito produced in cooperation with serious xm radio here's selena serious exams potus together with the washington examiner presents main street leads the beltway everyone's life has the story and i believe in debt every story should have the ability to be told a show that brings the stories of everyday americans to washington dc i have played in total in the past twelve years three hundred thousand miles on my fourteen year old jeep liberty people have the most amazing lives now here's your host selena zita welcome back to name straight meets the beltway unserious exemperor this i'm salinas zito reporter and columnist for the washington examiner they'll fate of follow me on twitter and tweet me your thoughts throughout show at selena zito s a l e n as the i teo this week main street meets the beltway is on the route we are on a road trip with me both on main street and in the beltway where a take you along with me for two interviews that i did one in gorgeous lake geneva wisconsin was speaker of the house paul ryan and the second one was right in the beltway right in the heart of washington d c was interior secretary ryan zinke we'll start off with zinke mainly because this is a guy who quite literally road in on a horse to work on his first day as a member of president donald trump's cabinet whether you like him or not i think that's pretty bad us zinc he's offices at the department interior alike a combination of of hunting lodge and a presidential library there are some incredible artifacts from the department of interiors broad collection scattered throughout the wooden panel fourth floor of the interior department which is right across the street from the mall including several tree dis and geological maps ed geology is a passionate zinke who attended the university of oregon and got a degree in geology.

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