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"eight hundred nine" Discussed on Moore Hair Galore Podcast
"So that we can right so what. So what what are your thoughts of all these shampoos. Now or conditions were coming out the sand Sulfate free is that is still. Does that mean that there is really a beneficial is actually cleaning. The hair actually do need that Different when itself faith free they have a Replacement something that's just. Not as the sulfate is the sulfate factor in. What's a little harsher. So they just use something. They're not saying surfactant. Free is just the sulfate free so they're just using a different type of thing. That's not as hot as alcon. Okay okay good so Do you have any Like leaving conditioners or actual shampoo and conditioners on your own on your product line. Yeah i do. And i'm actually even working on a new product for a more of a young oil free scout once riser. Because i've gotten Do have one leave in. That is really popular. Experience hairdos leaving which is pretty. It has a very very small percentage of Even the percentage of all that it does have their act as a carrier move on some essential oils. That i did put in. So it might be right. Maybe a tablespoon. Or have up to half a tablespoon of all depending if you get to outside of the eight hundred nine and now is really good because it's oil free in has the moisturizers in their helps your hair to are the product better in help with day-to-day styling al-qaeda doesn't leave as much bill. Because it's oil free because the oil can block out moisture in the hand so that that was my next question the way you think about you know us this using like you know unless they grease as far as Keeping our scalp more survived without using heavy greece or anything like that or oils. Because sometimes you use too much oils. It like you said a block style. You know it kind applauds your hair over nixon got dandruff and all this other stuff on. So what would you suggest for that. It's far as zero a substitute for keeping our here. You know moisture rides on the scalp with For me the thing i found was just having a good cleansing team. Not going to long between shampooing Because at the end of the day no moisture no products are gonna put. They're gonna replace that water unity like working out. You can drink all the gatorade you want all the power you want but until you get this some good old fashioned water you know. Gatorade parade has all these electrolytes fancy stuff in their place. Whatever but at the end of the day what you need is that water so just cleansing because sometimes what was thinking is just as scandal sheds so like even while we're sitting here talking right now you know we have skin cells that kinda shed off. The bus are scalp is gonna shed nationally anyway when you leave too much of those scam particles just in your hair because our face whatever else is exposed to you know. Leave naturally but whatever's in hair kinda gets trapped there especially when using a lotta oils Which leaves more space for bacteria and stuff to grow which gives us the scout province..
Inflight Passenger Safety
"So i'm not going to cover covid stuff instead. What i want to talk about is just how to stay safe when you're traveling because it could turn out that cova dover and it's been a long time since you've traveled and maybe you could use a refresher in. What are some proper intelligent things to do when you're flying as a passenger so one of the first things you should do as a passenger is pay attention to that safety briefing. You've heard me say this before There's a safety information card in the seat pocket in front of you and that safety information card has a lot of really important information. I can tell you that. In in forty years of being an airline pilot. I have always taken that safety information card out and read it carefully and very often said surprisingly very often. I've learned something new and it could be that the equipment has changed a bit. Procedures have changed. Could be that. It's been a long time to flown. And you're not aware that there's this Path lighting in the floor Tau guide you to for example so all of that is in the safety information card. And you'll find that you may be flying A similar airplane all the time but it might be different enough that the emergency exits operate differently for example on early seven thirty sevens the over wing. Exits are plug type. Exit's where you remove the you remove the hatch and stow it inside the aircraft to get out onto the wing and in the modern seven. Thirty sevens eight hundred nine hundred there hinged at the top and say just pressing handle and the door opens up outward so things like got. It's really a really good idea to pay attention to the safety information briefing and i recommend that you take the safety information card out and of course you've disinfected it before you. You know when you got your seat. Like i talk about an episode for thirteen. Take the safety information card out and look at it during the briefing. And what you will do is you will encourage the people sitting near you to do the same thing. They'll feel less sheepish. And embarrassed if they see you doing it. And like i said It can have some residual benefits of Getting treated really by the flight. Attendants you're probably the only person in the airplane paying attention to the briefing so pay attention to the briefing and when the briefing is talking about exit signs and exits around and find the exit. Nearest your seat. So what i do when i get on the airplane is i'm looking at you. Know the signs above the seat and rose that tell you what seton what seat number You should be looking for I count the number of rows between the over wing exit and my senior between the front door the front exit and my seat or between the aft exit and my seat. I want to count the number of rows because it could be that. I need to get out of that airplane in a rush at night or in a smoke filled cabin where it's hard to see signs because remember. Those exit signs are up in the ceiling by the doors and smoke rises. You might not see the exit sign so if you count the number of rows between the closest exit and your seat you're really miles ahead of every other passenger in terms of saving your own life. So you're going to obviously disinfect. Seat belt buckle Before you use it Keep your seatbelt on all the time. Unless you need to get up and go to the lavatory. Keep your seatbelt on. And i know it sounds ridiculous that they have to tell you how to operate a seat belt on an airplane but when you think about it. It's different from the seat belt your car. The seat belt in your car. You simply press a button and the seat belt releases and the seat belt on an airplane you have lift the lift the buckle so it is different and you need to know how to do that because typically in an emergency we revert back to old habits
"This is native america calling. I'm tara gatewood. Joining us live from my homeland of sheer doing via skype and people are often inspired to pursue veterinary medicine because of their love for animals but being a veterinarian is much more than just caring for adorable puppies and kittens. it involves years of schooling in the sciences. Today we're looking into what it's like being a native veterinarian. Some vets work with house. Pets like dogs. Cats birds bets also work with livestock. And they're also in an important part of reducing outta control cat in dog populations in and around native communities our guests on the show today. We'll tell you there's a need for more native veterinarians and technicians and we'll hear more from them about their passion to serve their native communities by working with animals. And you can join us to. Do you have questions about what it takes to become a veterinarian. Are there enough that veterinary clinics in your community. Tell us about it at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and right now we're going to start off in crown point new mexico. We have dr germain day. She is a director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program at the navajo technical university and she is today and is our pleasure to have her here. dr day. Welcome to native america calling and feel free to further. Introduce yourself good morning yet. And this is dr germain day. I would like to introduce myself in The net I am of the touch. Eat ni clan kiani buses. Chain a she does she say they. She doesn't let my pledge there. You said nausea that nasha so to translate that to english. I just said that my Clan is touchy knee. Which is the red running into the water. People claiming i am born and for the towering house clan. My grandfather's late grandfather's clan is salt people clan and my paternal Grandfather's clan is start of the ridge street people clan. I am from coyote canyon new mexico which is on the eastern side of the navajo nation and i Attended the colorado state university in fort collins. Colorado i graduated. I graduated from school in two thousand one. I've been in practice since two thousand one. So it's been about twenty years when i first Graduated vet school. I went into private practice Mixed animal practice where. I worked on small animals and large animals. In some exotics. I worked in the The gallup new mexico and the say benito area initially then moved on to Grants to a clinic and grants. Then i Did some relief work in georgia. Texas california before returning to new mexico worked in albuquerque For a little bit for a few years before i returned to the navajo nation. I started at navajo technical university in two thousand nine as the director of the veterinary teaching hospital and the land grant program. And i've been here ever since. Wow and there's been quite a journey to to those different places but what was it that drew you to this profession. Why did you want to pursue a veterinary career swell. So i as. I grew up on a a ranch. I was exposed to Large animals my family owned cattle horses. Sheep goats and I just enjoyed and enjoyed being around animals. I brody horses With my sister brother and cousins starting at the age of about three and Just spent a lot of time outdoors with animals then later as a preteen and teenager. I did some volunteer work at the local veterinary clinic in gallup and really enjoyed that work then as i moved into Graduated from high school and went on into college. I had a professor. That thought i should go to medical school but i realized at that point that i really wanted to go into veterinary medicine and
Elon Musk Shares New Details on Tesla’s Battery Costs
"Moving onto the european battery conference interview with elon. Musk then that's was overnight about two. Am pacific time about a twenty minute interview and you did share quite a few things one of the things that caught the most attention at least on twitter today was elon. Musk's comments on long-term battery cost goals for tesla. So of course we heard at battery day. They aim to reduce those costs by about fifty six percent per kilowatt hour. So you on here. Finally gave us a dollar target. We had not heard that before he says quote the long term goal would be to try to get to a cost per kilowatt hour of perhaps around fifty cents or fifty five cents at the cell level for a long range battery and quote so you may have noticed the reason part of the reason this got so much attention today on twitter was because he on said fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour at the sea level considering most estimates today put tesla above one hundred dollars per kilowatt hour down fifty cents per kilowatt hour obviously would be pretty insane so he llanos pretty clearly misspeaking there. Just run through a little bit of math year in case anyone has just a wild theory that maybe someday that would be possible. Nealon stock really long term. No that's not the case so to demonstrate that we can look nickel content in the battery pack for the model three that contains around thirty kilograms of nickel a kilogram nickel. Today costs about fifty dollars per kilogram. A little bit more. But let's just round down the scale discounts. You know whatever the case may be so. That's four hundred and fifty dollars of nickel in a battery. Pack for the model three assuming that seventy five kilowatt hours that works out to six dollars per kilowatt hour just for the nickel content in tesla battery so yeah that's just raw materials. There's no way they're ever getting down to fifty cents or fifty five cents per kilowatt hour. He also says at the cell level so even if you misinterpreted that and said that's a purse l. price of fifty cents or fifty five cents. Which will never make sense to quantify it that way. But let's say the new forty six eighties. There's going to be you know. Eight hundred nine hundred of those per mile three pack if each cell were fifty cents. You're then looking at a total battery cost of four hundred and fifty dollars but again just the nickel content alone costs around that much so pretty clearly ilan just misspeaking here any means fifty dollars or fifty five dollars per kilowatt hour so that shouldn't be too surprising with the math that we had worked through from battery day that fifty six percent cost reduction most estimates today. Put tesla at the pack level. You know somewhere around one hundred and five to one hundred and fifteen dollars per kilowatt hour so we can use these long-term targets and combine those with the battery percent reductions that we heard on battery day to get a gauge for those current cost estimates. But it's important to remember. That on here is talking about the cell cost and during battery day that fifty six percent per kilowatt hour reduction seven percent of that was actually four. Sell to vehicle integration. So i don't think we should be. Applying that percentage on this base cost here. So let's say than just at the cell cost level. They're targeting a forty nine percent reduction there if that's an accurate assumption that means yawns numbers here would imply that. Today's prices are somewhere between ninety eight dollars and one hundred and eight dollars per kilowatt hour at the cell level. So i don't know how much the additional cost to go from. Cell to pack would be per kilowatt hour but these do seem to line up pretty well with what estimates have been and can give us a lot more confidence in where tesla is currently and then of course. We're they intend to get to longer term with you on confirming that in this interview. So that means longer term you could be looking at a seventy five kilowatt hour. Pack costing just three thousand seven hundred fifty dollars versus today may be somewhere around seven thousand seven hundred so that's obviously very exciting for them locations for the car but one thing that i do also think is really interesting. Is the marginal impact of that as you. Add battery capacity because at that price. It just doesn't cost that much to add additional range adding twenty five kilowatt hours. There would only cost additional roughly twelve hundred dollars so in the case of a model three for example you could add an additional say hundred miles of range for only a final cost to the customer if you apply twenty percent margin on that of about fifteen hundred dollars. Obviously the batteries have to fit in the car. So there's going to be a limit. But i think as better costs come down. That limit is going to be more physical constraint versus pricing constraint.
The perfect pandemic garden
"Today. We are going to start off in Santa Fe New Mexico we have James Edwards with us. He is a Powell. Mc and organic gardening student James's Ponti and my pleasure to have him here with us today. James Welcome thank you Tara. Greetings to all your listeners in our friends and relatives out there Hope everybody's staying safe I've been living here in Santa Fe with my family for about seventeen years now I grew up around a traditional and conventional style Gardening early on in my wife. My Grandmother There in Oklahoma My family also was around that quite a bit and just over the years I moved more towards Gardening at home Especially the more I moved into Embracing more of my culture. You know many of us grew up in the suburbs in urban settings and weren't always able to you know to see that first hand you know gardening methods and not realizing the importance of it to our cultures as indigenous people in all these different regions and I Been focusing mainly on organic and natural methods and again in a suburban setting mostly containers So that to be flexible. You know either if you're moving or you know. Taking advantage of the sun a little micro climates in their yard. You know taking into consideration the needs or the different of the different varieties of different types of plants. You know some do well in shade some do well in full sun and learning all those You know different types. Assure important to your success and there's a lot of lessons that come with all of this in James just hearing some of the routes that you have a no pun intended may be a little Pun In this in why gardens are important this year. Do you feel that your garden is something else. Besides just carrying on that knowledge. Yes it's taken on a new importance for myself my family and for a lot of people out there The endemic situation going on the food chain supply Having hiccups having difficulties There are some shortages of you know usually widely available foods in our supermarkets and we tend to rely on that and so- relying on ourselves more. You know in the sense you know is giving that importance and a combination of traditional and modern methods is contributing to our success as gardeners and being able to fill our freezers. The thrown vegetables To can vegetables and fruits. That's the importance cannot be understated at all. I mean it can't be overstated as the importance for food security especially in places out here in the literal desert where there are many food desserts especially on reservations and Some herbs some suburban areas. Some folks have to go a long way to the grocery store. We're lucky that we're close here in Santa Fe to a lot of you know a veil ability for Farmers Markets and supermarkets and a lot of people. Don't have that and so it's as important to me even though we have that availability is just as important as it is to somebody out on the reservation Well away from supplies and food availability. Sure in we're seeing the other side of that of wind supply. Isn't there and so James. Tell me about what you decided to plant this year. How it's going. How early did you start and we WANNA hear Your Garden Story to? You can give us a call. Share your thoughts. Share your stories at one. Eight hundred nine nine six two eight four eight glad James I use a combination of some commercials varieties and traditional varieties heritage varieties. I my family is in possession of several varieties of corn that might try took from Nebraska Oklahoma when we resettled into Indian territory when we got our agency We were very fortunate there. Several families among the Ponti who are in possession of these Koren's of one being called an eagle corn. It's a very sacred corn syrup. Ponti People There's a lot of hard work done through the Panis Preservation Project Under the leadership of deb Echo Hawk to preserve these varieties and now they're freely available tribal members and even trouble members like us who are away from our home area. They sent him in the mail to us and so I am delving more into the three sisters method. This year and traditionally that's been corn beans and squash. They're mutually beneficial companion planting concepts Like the beans give nitrogen to the corn and the squash. The squashed provides shade to keep the soil moist and the corn provides the stocks for the means to grow up. And I know a lot of people are doing this now. It's catching on all across the country. And so I'm using Ponti Blue Corn. I'm using a man Dan vining squash and I'm using black and white beans. That were I believe. Erroneously called Cave beings by some archaeologists who found some traditional being variety grown by the Pueblos here since their ancestral times. And so I. Have you know several different traditional variety working in conjunction to Create these gardens
Coronavirus behind bars
"We reached out to the Washington Department of Corrections and were able to connect with Jeremy Barklay. He's the director of engagement outreach for the Washington Department of Corrections. He says there are about eighteen. Thousand inmates in the states. Twenty four facilities about a thousand identify is native American although testing is limited. The state counts twenty-six inmates total with cove in nineteen the state released about eight hundred fifty inmates who qualified as a way to help slow the spread of the virus. Barkley says his department worked with tribes for enrolled members. Who were released? The office of tribal relations within the Department of Corrections has Desert knees from each of the Twenty Nine federally recognized tribes within the State of Washington. And so we are office was in contact with those tribal delegates to let them know Which tribal members were Qualified under the rapid reentry or commutation furlough so that we could further smoothie reentry process between those native individuals and the home communities to which they returning It allowed us to ask what resources might be a need whether that is You know whether we could focus on on clothing or make sure that the tribe had available foodbank resources and any type of Services that those individuals needed on a case by case basis we were able to better communicate with those tribes And again hopefully guarantee a more smooth and successful reintegration back to the community. We've been very pleased with the reception we've received from the tribes and Very pleased with the way that We built systems before code so as to work on releases for our native peoples in that. Was Jeremy Barklay with the Washington Department of Corrections? The system also requires physical distancing mandatory face covering for all inmates and staff an additional cleaning and disinfecting. That's one view into all of this. What's yours go ahead and join us right now at one. Eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is the number and joining us today. Out of Seattle Washington is Gabe Glenda. He is the managing noyer for Glenda Brodmann and founder of hoyt he belongs to the Round Valley Indian tribes are pleasure to have him here. Thank you for joining us for another native America calling had Internet and gave. We just heard a little bit. What's going on there in Washington state but give us a further view into this What are you seeing? What are you witnessing especially with the Washington stance on releasing state prison inmates early? I work with Hoy which is a nonprofit off named after the she'd word that means See you again. We never say goodbye. We've been working for the last ten years on making sure. Indigenous relatives in iron houses are able to spiritually rehabilitate. We work closely with a sister organization native American Reentry Services that runs a program that prepares them particularly spiritual return to society so that we don't mind them in trouble again and we've been working hard as we could for the last several weeks With the State Department of Corrections and we very closely with Mr Barklay and Lynn. Dennis tribal liaison for the Department of Corrections. LemMe Tribal member and we should everything they've done but we've really been feeling sort of like we're on the outside looking in in sort of a helpless way We've tried to help furnish PT donations from a local tribe especially when one of its own tribal members contract to positive for the disease at Monroe Corrections Center We have a bunch of able sewers in all of our circles within the state's prison system and we tried to have them be available to so masks for example or use within the prisons and we were unable to do that. we've been hamstrung and our ability to facilitate sweat lodge ceremony drumming circle or other spiritual activities to ensure. That relatives are are coping with this catastrophe and the best way possible without compromising Their own mental ability in wellbeing. And so we've worked with the DNC tried to work with the DNC and we're not trying to criticize them because we know they're in an unprecedented situation and taking all precautions. We believe but it's been difficult for us to sit on the sidelines and not do it. We normally do over the last eight or ten weeks and watch watch this thing on unfold as too early release We are encouraged that. A number of prisoners in our state have been released We would encourage the state to do more in that respect there are certain populations of our included. That should not be behind bars for example. Our our juvenile without parole Prisoners meaning a are men and women who were sentenced for horrible mistakes they made when they were juveniles sentenced to life without parole for example. But that's been deemed accrue on usual and unconstitutional punishment and so there are certain populations like those populations which includes cinnabar native relatives. Who We know about who should be added to these lists of people either of age or Health affliction or other status. That should be considered for early release
COVID 19 frauds and scams
"This is native America calling. I'm Monica Brain. Scammers will take any opportunity to bilk you out of your money or personal information. Currently they're using the Kovic global pandemic as a way to prey on fears about the uncertainty with the virus and economic issues around the pandemic. Here's one example of a Robo call. Some folks are getting. The Corona virus has caused the. Us declared a national emergency. The Families First Corona Virus Response Act has made corona virus testing more accessible immediately. If you want to receive a free testing kit delivered overnight to your home press one if you do not want your free testing press to do to be clear you cannot take a corona virus test at home. Here's another scam. That involves a mortgage blow due to the krona virus. Mortgage interest rates have dropped an all time low. You may be able to benefit from updated modification in refinance programs. Today we're going to go through a list of scams that are out there and give you tips for avoiding scams altogether. And we'd like to hear from you. Have you been getting calls about in nineteen? Do they involve cures or personal requests for personal information to get your relief? Check call us right now and share your experience you can be an anonymous of the number is eight hundred nine six two eight four eight once again. Is Sean Spruce? He's the programs consultant. He's a programs consultant for First Nations Development Institute and Co hosts the PODCASTS natives on a budget Schon is Laguna Pueblo. Hey Monica how you doing good good? I'm I'm excited to talk about this topic today. Even though it it's a little tricky you know because it involves people who are committing crimes and really taking advantage of Sometimes unsuspecting folks so Have you recently wrote about A scam in your doctor per cap column that involved the Corona Virus. Tell us about it. Yeah absolutely so I got a an email from a woman End into the country and she had received a phone call very late at night from somebody who claim to be her niece and then he said I'm really sick I mean hospital and I've racked up these huge bills because of Cova nineteen. I'm infected and I need help paying the bills and this woman is elderly and she was at home and you know she was again. It was late at night. She wasn't quite isn't allergic. She could have been and she just but it didn't sound quite right so I'm quite like her these even though the woman identified herself as her knees with the right name and everything. Fortunately her nephew was also home and he grabbed the phone and he very quickly could tell that this was a scam. This was not actual niece. It was basically what we call grandparents scam. Where Somebody Will Foam Cau- call it older person and pretend to be a grandchild or niece or nephew and say they're in some kind of trouble and usually it's some kind of trouble with the law or something like that This case this person claim to be sick with covert nineteen and needed help paying medical bills. So fortunately they hung up the phone and that was the end of it but she she sent me an email just to let me know what was going on. And this was something that was headed occurred in her with her personal life and You know these kind of things just always bring out. The worst. In people. Natural disasters are hurricanes earthquakes tornadoes forest fires. You know every time. One of these huge natural disasters or crises erupts. There's always some bad actors scammers fraudsters that look to take advantage and this was an example of that fortunately she wasn't victimized but scary that people will approach somebody or contact. Somebody call somebody like with that kind of a sinister plot to defraud them or steal from them. Yeah I know especially late at night and I I know I would be all confused and take me a minute to realize whether or not I was dreaming or something like that I wonder for that out there to our listeners. Have you ever experienced something like this? Has Someone called and pretended to be your family member and asked You for help And then it turned out that they weren't at all Give us a call and share. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight vessels one eight hundred nine nine native. I want to add another voice to the conversation. We've got Chuck Harwood on the line. He's the regional director of the Federal Trade Commission for the Northwest Region. Hey there chuck. I'm GONNA so are you. Seeing lots of reports of an increase in scams are the scammers. They're just taking their regular catalogue of Scams and just adding cove in nineteen to it and Is that increasing the answer. To all requested yes That's exactly what's happening. We're seeing lots of reports of scams about liberate. Thousands of reports are scams which in which Cova Nineteen Corona virus being referred to. They are taking their usual catalogue of scams and just tacking on corona virus or Cova nineteen to the for example. The one Sean talked about it they classic grandparent or family. Birds Scam that we've been hearing about for years sometimes traffic accidents or something like that now. They're saying Rovers So Yeah we've seen both. Wow that's That's upsetting to hear so Exactly how okay. Let's talk a little bit more about how this actually works with the grandparent. Scam for example. So you know Sean was saying she was saying she was in the hospital and she needed money if they had continued that conversation. What would happen next chuck? Almost certainly they would have asked for money to be sent They would have said that they need the money immediately. needs to be perfectly overnight faster that the victim can be convinced to get the money in the mail or more likely. Frankly Sent through wire Western Union or these days. They even use know gift cards to send money. like Amazon itunes gift cards That's the way they want to do it. And as soon as the money has sent it disappears and doing impossible to reverse the payment And tumors out the money. It is extraordinarily. You'd think it can't work but extraordinarily common. How often people fall for the scam and my time said one more thing about the scam described in point of an important point important Element in fighting. These scams net is consulting with your friends and neighbors family The example that Sean describe was prevented because the woman who received the call had a family member. She could consult with And that's that's really critical. Find is a lot of people who avoid scams do so because they talk to friends and family members of course in the middle of lockdowns at viruses increasingly hard to do so. They can't further like to fall victim to these games. I had this conversation with my dad. Who's in his late seventies and I told him if somebody calls saying there me and they need money for the emergency room hospital or anything like that or I'm in jail. Just leave. Just tell them now. You can stay there and we'll just go ahead and because that's not gonNA happen. I'M NOT GONNA call you that way. You know our tell them. Oh call your sister and she'll take care of it Which I think is you know I mean I. It seems weird to have a a scam plan. Sean have you talked to folks about that like having conversations with your family members in advance as a preventative measure. Not so much you know like having you know like a plan like a strategy if when whatever and I think because one of the challenges is there are just so many different ways to scam. Somebody and like Chuck mentioned people just continue to Kinda easy same scams. They just always a new twist to them. So you know it's just it's difficult to kind of create a plan because scams can come in so many shapes and sizes and like You know we talked about earlier. Anybody can be a victim of a scam. Anybody can be caught essentially Scam proof impossible. I don't care how much education you have and I don't care how many plans you create can never completely scam proof yourself. And that's because scammers know how to appeal to people's emotions and why again and again when you really effective scam designed to prey on base human emotions. You've got love. Which is those romance scams which are really effective Natural Disaster Death Sickness. Things like that people aren't necessarily thinking clearly they're not thinking straight their emotionally vulnerable and they can be victimized when they're in that setting so yeah. I really encourage people you know. Hang up the phone quickly. Don't engage with a scammer. But not so much of a game plan like which relatives the contractor not to contact although it might be effective for some people to to think like that and come up with you know basic strategy for dealing with some of these issues.
Fleet retirements spreading far and wide
"Some things are happening a lot of great things. Unfortunately we continue with the theme such as it is in our corn teen state so phase. One of all of this was figuring out what the hell was going on that lasted. I think I WANNA say early. To mid March into April. It was back when we still had a chance of tracking what the Hell is going right. And then April turned into service reductions or finalizing service reductions making them more less ad hoc hall say and figuring out how airlines. We're going to operate in this new environment and then dealing with how to do. We continue to operate these cities. Do we continue to operate these aircraft and things like that and now that airlines have had some time near on two months to SESA situation a lot of airlines have started saying aircraft that where on the way out that we were considering possibly not having flypast date are gone? And the latest. Today is the Virgin. Atlantic fleet is shrinking measurably as the seven. Four seven are gone. They will not fly again. They're parked and they will not be returning and actually that is a bit more than just a seven four Sevens Virgin Atlantic is in dire straits at this point and they have withdrawn from London Gatwick Airport entirely at this point. It will keep the thoughts in hope that when demand picks back up it will resume flights at Gatwick. But who knows when that is? It may or May Not Happen Virgin Atlantic may or may not be airline in a year. I hope it is but we shall see but for now any of those fights that still operate will be operated out of Heathrow instead of Gatwick and don't be a I believe the other day is also said they're axing service from Gatwick so Gatwick not looking too good right now. Is it no? It's not an version saying they'll keep the slots is dependent on whether or not they're allowed to keep those slots so I think that'll be something interesting to watch whether or not that puts be a in a position to maybe get a better deal out of it or if anyone else wants to met jet blue once upon a time would have paid a princely sum for those thoughts but M- assuming those transatlantic desires are no more but we will see in at the same time virgin reaffirmed that it will be retiring. It's eight hundred thirty two hundred that I believe it acquired from the demise of Air Berlin in twenty twenty two as planned. So that's what a ten eleven aircraft headed out. Sizeable Chunk never small fleet and seven immediately. So that's pretty a pretty big drop off and then there's what happened at American. Were pretty much. If it was an older aircraft is grounded indefinitely and permanently retired. Gone are the seven. Six Sevens gone are the seven five seven. Jason I are actually looking into purchasing one. Beer can go on exactly gone. Are the nineties and gone are the CR J two hundreds operated by PSA? So that's another sizable chunk. Yeah none of. This is particularly surprising. The seven six seven fives and Iwo Ninety S. We're all slated to be retired sooner rather than later within the next year or two. Actually I believe we're missing the eighth HR thirty three hundred from this lists. Yes let's see. I wanted to be missing one and we'd get yelled at if we forgot it. So it's seven seven seven five seventy one ninety eighth three thirty three hundred not the two hundred and the CR J two hundred so those were all especially the ninety s and eighty three threes. Those were rumored for years now to be retired but now we finally know for sure those will be parked and almost certainly will not fly again as passenger aircraft. I would say the very good chance. Seven six get a new lease on life as freighters the seven. Fives have no idea. The nineties are interesting. They weren't that but American. Just had no place in. Its fleet for them. So what might happen to though? I do not know some. You went ninety S. The nineties are far too young to join the Pech mortar fleet. I mean we don't really look at anything beyond debates at this point. I look forward to the introduction of this seven to seventy or fleet one day one day. We'll get there. Were still a four engined for all as I like to say interesting so yeah American also recently last year. If you listened to the podcast you know that they retired the the mad dog the eighties with a huge amount of fanfare out in. Roswell these aircraft will not be getting such a party or celebratory retirement. Unfortunately the the tone this year is a bit different Disney it. It's a single line in a press release is what it is and maybe that's okay these days. I don't know there will be no party. Just a somber press release. Meanwhile north of the border up in Canada Eric Cannata will be retiring. Seventy nine aircraft including the seven six seven eight three nine thousand nine hundred and the e one ninety all of which are out. Oh no fleet immediately. Love No love for the ninety. Well no I don't know if the seven six seven in the eighth nineteen out in Malibu just ninety out immediately yours is unclear to me is being reduced anyway and yeah but this is particularly interesting because the seven six seven is rouges. Only wide-body aircraft rouges Air Canada's low costs unit so this affects rouge pretty hard. The bulk of its fleet is eight hundred. Nine thousand nine hundred seven six seven. They also have some three thousand three twenty ones but this will leave. Air Canada without a wide body fleet to operates mid haul and long haul flights especially transatlantic. So I don't know what happens to rouge in the future. Does it limit to just North American flights and the Caribbean? Or what? Well I think two things one. I'm not sure that the seven six seven hundred nineteen phase out effects rouge entirely. Oh it does that. It's that literally. Okay if you add the numbers up it is every facet. Every three nineteen equals Air Canada. Plus ruse got it so in that case. Here's what I say to you. Air Canada said that they're going into hibernation mode for three years. I mean they've been not terribly optimistic. Run off with. I mean but I think it's going to serve him. Well I really do. I think it's going to serve them. Well they're coming out with their. I forget what they branded it but cleaning promise and how they're sanitizing the yeah. Yeah and so. I think that in these times perhaps pessimism is warranted. If not only because it's probably a more accurate sentiment but I think that it sets you up for being pleasantly so I would much rather be pleasantly surprised that I have to bring more planes back from the desert than I didn't put enough planes into the desert and now I'm a very curious position. Yeah we'll see what happens. Nobody knows every crystal ball is pretty fuzzy at this point. I mean I think at this point that have all been taken smashed on the floor. I think they're parked out in the bone yard parked at crystal balls out in the desert. A boy anyway in the rundown fleet retirements sustained north. Yeah this is not a huge surprise. Alaska Airlines has decided it will not bring back the eight nine teens. It acquired from Virgin America which it never really wanted in the first place. They never refurbish those aircraft. They were actually still sporting the Virgin America Interior. Those are parked and will not be fine under the brand ever again. Hopefully somebody picks those up one day someone will perhaps explain to me and we can do this on the podcast. Or if anyone just wants to write an email to podcasts two four dot com I will spring for a meal or something if anyone can convincingly explain to me why Alaska Bought Virgin to screw jet blue route network. I mean that just enough reason. It was a fleet. It didn't want interior product. It did not want employees did not want really just wanted to make sure jet blue did not get all of the above guy. Yes so yeah. That's the three hundred are gone but that was probably going to happen regardless and then last but not least I think gun laws. Were missing anything right now. In the last two weeks Qantas Seven. Four seven will not be returning to the skies nor will some of the eight hundred eighty s probably. Maybe they've stopped the refurbishment process on the a three eighty. So there were six done and six to go. They've parked a few the a three eighty S. And so how many of those come back and when nobody knows nope but the seven four seven are in fact done for. That was rumored to be happening when they did there. I think the fly by on their last commercial flight with it that actually had passengers but it will not be coming back so and those were the special seven four seven. Four hundred ers were unique to Qantas. Yeah I mean. None of this is surprising. No but that also means that's the end of an aircraft type. Yeah worlds ahead and thought about it. Take that so. That's the first. It's not just Qantas grounding the seven four seven four hundred. Er they were the only airline that ever had that. So unless some other airline that Baltia maybe picks up four hundred Er. That's it that Avatar Avatar hats right. So I'M GONNA go.
The realities of coronavirus aid distribution
"Stimulus money for the federal cares act was scheduled to start flowing tribes this month but there have been a few snakes. Currently the Treasury has yet to announce how they will distribute the entire eight billion tribal dollars in Corona Relief Funds Corona virus really funds but in addition the distribution of the money in the cares act is drawing considerable backlash from tribes over what they see as an inequities and it's becoming clear that a generous As the relief is it won't come close to some estimates for what is needed to spare tribes the worst of the damage To both public and health and local economies. One of the biggest fights in all of this is over aid going to Alaska. Native corporations a lawsuit filed by tribes and tribal organizations is on the table in federal court to try and stop the mill multibillion dollar for profit entities from getting money they say is intended for federally recognized tribes and of course Alaskan Native Corporation say otherwise today. We'll get more perspective on that but we'd also like to hear from you. What do you think about all of this or even eight billion dollars set aside for tribes? The number to join us is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native today. We're GONNA start off in Alaska Mike Williams. He is a tribal chief of the AC EAC native community and he is Our pleasure to have him here with us. Chief Williams. Welcome good to be here. Thank you end Mike There seems to be a lot of shifting and changing when it comes to all of this including a hearing that took place this morning and anything you can report to us on the latest of what you heard in that hearing this morning. Well I got up five o'clock this morning and got in Alaska time at five thirty and And listen to the hearing this morning and and and I think success that I've heard this morning is That judge denied the DOJ from Extension to Monday and The schedule will be extended for twenty four hours only and And I heard that. Doj's brief Do this evening at five. Pm and And their reply will be Tomorrow noon and And the hearing begins tomorrow afternoon And you know things could change along the way. But that's what I heard this morning into Mike would actually is up in the air I think The dishes in for the Treasury to decide to into the Alaskan native corporations In Culver Nineteen money And that is in Dispute Right now and And that's what I'm hearing. And that's what's in there in. So Mike would was the justification that the the OJ used for wine and extension. What was it they were still working on. I am not sure I think Concerns that We have Was that The deadline is on Sunday. The April twenty six to distribute the money to the tribes and If there is an extension there's questions of That money You know Is who would be in question and But You know we're happy. That's judge I did not extended to Monday in for you Mike. If it were extended beyond Sunday what would that mean to you? Would you say that the government has not filled its obligation? Yes I think With the Emergency situation that we are in With the covert nineteen starring in our face that It's That money has to Land to the hands of tribal governments to fight this pandemic. That is Threatening are Community residents Right now we have seen And heard the stories of my grandmother In the pandemic of nineteen eighteen where there were mass deaths in ack-ack and other villages here and mass burials and that left a lot of orphans In our villages here and that didn't stop there with TB TB epidemic and but it's staring in our face and we cannot Delay that all that measures to To get to our tribal governments
eCommerce Logistics in USA & China with Burak Yolga of Forceget
"Ladies and gentlemen welcome to amazing. Fda Post Today on with Barak Yoga of full gets freight-forwarding expertise seventy eight China in Shenzhen. He's established his own insult freight forwarding company from scratch which is not present in China. Usd by many of the country's sake breaks now living in Miami so getting quite an insect perspectives. Today and I thought he was important. Person to speak to one of the biggest challenges. Right now is supply. Sidon district Scifis set-aside really once oric on the show so Bartram welcome. Thank you so much. So how's life in Miami? We're just chatting about the fact that there's people carrying on like life is no more environments right now It's what is it today like end of March. Almost the you know things are in China going back to normal but now unfortunately they're more and more cases in the United States in it. Looks like you know. We have a pretty slow month in April and in May of businesses shut down right now. People are trying to stay in south currency and nothing official really As except near Simon the soft porn in Florida. A little bit luckier. Because we all look nicer wetter like a little warmer but Rest of the contracting is going to be a little bit more struggling with the winter cold weather so we'll see how it will go. Yes indeed. So let's talk about China for this episode. Then obviously he spent a lot of time in China Seven years in Shenzhen sounds like a novel or something East ICU WAYS. About how to do business in. China was potential for farmers and sellers while they super China particularly in the current situations. Let's get started with random questions I mean. First of all Is China reopening for business? Now when do you think that will be yes So eight hundred. Ninety percent of businesses are back to work but at the moment Most of the factories they don't have full capacity for production right now One of the reason is Roma chill suppliers are also having issues with sublime the enough raw material to the factories and another thing is the Roma tre prices like reading. Because they're really high right now for most of the product China and then one of the worst thing actually when this wire is China was doing. Tiny is some people now. China's largest Public Co. Lane China's most important almost eight hundred nine hundred million people traveling in mainland China. And maybe almost a hundred under fifty million people traveling at Bro. So that's where the wires hit so already. Most of the manufacturers were closed so that was what we were. What we were expecting is actually Those factories will come back to work End of January but things have changed like really badly China. They had to stay close until middle of March so during this time. Chinese factories are having serious issues with the cash flows. You know not receiving any orders. Because they're in the public lays but once they started coming back to work now the rest of the world They have the concern about their health. Most of the country's the government shutdown the countries like Italy France Germany all those countries. They're not doing a business right now. Which means China's factories don't get any orders from the rest of the world so so we're looking at the period of almost ninety days Not Having full capacity working so it's it's really massive cries for China's economy And you know this is going to have a big effect for the girls of the country for this year People back to work They everybody's wearing masks in China. My Office is back to work. We worked for bump for sometime in China. But now everybody's back to work It's difficult to find that domestic truck because prices really increased and another problem is You don't we don't have enough availability. Because most of the main ports in China like Seaports in a airport. Actually most of them they. They're closing in eighteen. Ninety nine percent of the Airplanes cancelled So it directly have the impact of freight as well because almost fifty percent of the air freight actually commercial wise were made by the passenger flights in the cargo. So now what we're looking at is the majority of Weiser cancelled so the airports are not working for the function. So everything is really connected. You know when we're talking about on the we talk about on the supply chain because it has also connection on the freight forwarding the custom the shipping times The pricing so everything is really connected to each other so Chinese doing better than a month ago Definitely about right now. They are having problems of receiving orders from overseas. So I think this is going to have a big impact in an economy and the most of the suppliers are going to have some serious problem with the cash flow. Okay so what is so to try and summarize there's a lot of stuff is sort of half working a rule. Materials prices are up and Sounds like a lot of air freight by being constrained as wet sea freight so What's the biggest constraint them would you say is it still labor or do they have most labor back in place now always rule materials or is it logistics or is it just a combination of all of them a combination of all of them right now for the majority of the people come back to work? accepted where on where the wires started who bay province which is one of the largest state in China so they they start actually Now removing the people from printing some people are going back to their daily life. The best stuff so there are almost to the Portland million. People were a crunchy in and been Wuhan. Them include a province which was like almost two months long so those people are also going back to work in the different cities. Like you know. They're going back to their Factories again in Shanghai and Ningbo in Gone Doll and chat always like big CD. So they're going back to our so right now. The the issue is not really a about people who go back to work. Most of the people are back to work. So they're factors are okay to produce. They have enough human source now. Old Employees back to management is back toward but the the issues right now is mostly with the roll roll mattress players. It used to be maybe some of our friends. Our customers are used to produce in twenty to twenty five days now the supply chain Timing increased almost out say like church the fifty percent so now some of the facts are they used to produce thirty days now. It's like almost four to five days and one of the issue made him also. The people wouldn't think of it as the product box. The cartoon mocks so there is a big shortage of the cartoon box in the market. Like you know the shipping supplies And user manuals would like pay per prices increase a lot in China so this is editor problem some of the factories and they finish production but they don't have enough packing material so everything comes together so it. It's a really complex station. Like everything comes together and right now as I get logistics. We are having our shipments shipping on time. We have good relationship with our Contractors we everything in advance but we're asking our customers to not let us their shipment time the same day. The ship is ready. We're asking people to give us some time like heads up like seven to ten days so that we know what discounting because if you let safe you send us the breaking the law stay. It's difficult to find track of the crisis increase because they know that you're Khanna desperate so I think the most important thing for Amazon sellers now to be following up the station. Very closely their freight forwarders. Their factories is very very important to be on top of everything. Every day. I mean China's people are okay with that right now because you know it's difficult time reading for Sellers Abbott also for two suppliers because they don't have enough orders. They don't have good cash flow right now at most importantly they don't know when things go back to normal so they're trying to keep everything but it's very very important for settlers to be on top of everything the production time the pricing at payment terms One of the most important thing is the logistics Right now when FBI? Amazon USA is not allowing people to create shipments. Except the you know. The the baby products are essentials. Like cleaning stuff so most of the people even if they have product ready China they cannot create labels ask the factory put the labels on the carpet so they cannot really do the ship
"eight hundred nine" Discussed on WTVN
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New York state nears 1,000 coronavirus deaths
"New a pair data of shows wide receivers the coronaviruses headline NFL overwhelming free agency some of on New York Sunday city's poorest the Detroit neighborhoods Lions came to terms queens with twenty accounts six for year thirty old Geronimo two percent Allison of the city's who leaves cases the Packers and to nearly join their a NFC quarter of north the people rivals who died Allison in the state teams were nursing up with Kenny home Golladay residents Marvin we Jones are and lucky Danny Amendola that it's only who won't put up at least one quarter sixty catches in six hundred yards coronavirus receiving last season in a meanwhile nursing Patrick home Mahomes will is keep a this top toxic four receivers in check mix as the the Superbowl governor Cuomo champion says chiefs there are some re encouraging signed a Marcus numbers Robinson nobody really to a one year deal points Robinson that these caught numbers thirty two but balls this is for good four news hundred forty eight hundred nine yards and forty and six four scores people well helping came Kansas out city bring of home hospital the Lombardi trophy that's a hundred in February and forty six I'm people Danny with count corona virus discharge from the hospital on Saturday alone Cuomo also says the state developed a less intrusive coronavirus saliva and nasal swab test which can be self administered in the presence of a health care provider Julie Walker New York
ComiCon on the radio
"And with us. Today is Dr Lee Francis the fourth he is the CEO and founder of native realities and the director of indigenous Pop X. Also here with us today to is Johnny J and She is the founder of a tribe called Geek She was also scheduled to present at indigenous. Pop Ex. My pleasure to have both of them here with us and also on introduce you to maybe a familiar voice to you. You know what I'm just going to ask him to say. Hello let's see if we can guess who he is. Sir. Please say hello. I'll give you a hint. His name starts with the Jay. Go ahead and say hello to native America. That's how you know this is live because you don't plan stuff like that We're just going to check the line again. But if you'd like to join us one eight hundred nine six two eight. Four eight is number. Let's go back to another person's whose name starts with J Johnny j In in just a little bit about you know when this focus comes to indigenous representation in pop culture how it's really critical because it leads to other things Johnny J Takeaway. Well it does You know we've always been storytellers. We've always been artists and so to see these celebrations especially I did. Did you pop x? Of Our contributions to mainstream pop culture is so wonderful. And it's also inspiring two are native us because they don't often see themselves represented and you know just like us growing up. You know they WANNA be story tellers. They WANNA be artist. They WANNA be musicians and to see themselves in that role or to see natives in that role Gives them the belief that is possible and they can pursue that and be successful and be what they want to be that there's no limits to their potential? So you know. That's one of the reasons. I really look forward to India jazz. Pop Acts and because it's just a celebration of who we are as indigenous people in our creativity and innovation So that's one of the reasons that I really love it. Because the more that we get that representation the more that we see ourselves being represented the more we believe that anything is possible for us. And so that's that's one of the things that I really love about it and I think something they is also exciting to is meeting. The different folks who were creating different things and and it goes all kinds of mediums. You know people who are doing visual arts People who are wearing wearable art People who dress up Cost play and our emulating some of the things that you read. So you like. You're really seeing the comic book characters come to life. It's really interesting Johnny Jay. Thanks for that and let me. Let me try this again. This man is so famous all he has to do is say hello. You might even know who he is. Sir. Police say hello everybody. There's a hole in my pocket. Were money she'd go. There's a whole there's a big on wall very nice. Jj can you guess who that is? Oh I know exactly did I did. That is the amazing Jonathan John. Hi everybody welcome to number ten and Jonathan You're joining us today. Out of San Antonio Texas folks who may are meeting in for the First Time. He is an actor and a musician you might know him from. King of the hill The magnificent seven and parks and recreation My pleasure to have this Donahue Mara artist here with us today and Jonathan Booy when people see you at gatherings like this they all flock. They got a million questions and they're actually meeting somebody who has a direct connection to You know what what some people call Hollywood or or the mainstream media and Jonathan. Why is it important for you to let are indigenous nations? No they have space in this big mix of stuff. I think it's very important to begin with. I mean we are the original storyteller embedded in our DNA to share our stories. This year believes is share our dreams to share our history and within an industry that is basically a storytelling business. Why not have you know the original storytellers being represented in Hollywood? You know whether it be in Film Television Radio Comics You know I I do. A couple of other. Smaller indigenous are smaller comic con. And you see so much in the marvel world you see so much in the DC or and Their whole structure I think is based on the indigenous people of the world. I MEAN WE ARE FAMILY ORIENTED. We do have superheroes AMONGST OUR OUR TRIBES. We have superheroes amongst our our storytelling. So it's for me. It's very important for people to understand that we are here We're still hiller. Still here and we will remain here in Jonathan to hold the spaces that you do especially in Hollywood is important in for you. What are some of your goals? What do you want to shake up? What do you want to bring more indigenous voice to? I WANT TO BE RECOGNIZED. Not only for my talent but I think in other indigenous people need to be recognized for their talent and understood that a lot of Hollywood is based on stereotypical Characters I mean. Our voice is usually written by someone. Who's not even part of our culture? But you'll have people like Georgina lightning. You'll have other individuals like that step. In and write the words that would be spoken by indigenous person or an idea process that that that that has our formation because I indigenous people. We think different We see things differently. And it's so important that that the mainstream people Seeing and here you know from us through us not just works at the slum non native individual gave us so For me to try to break that stereotype I mean majority of my career has been based on playing stereotypes. But there's a small window of opportunity where there's a character there's the actor and there's the person and it's so important writers directors producers. See us as a person first and then recognize as
ComiCon on the radio
"We're going to pay homage to one knee of American beloved Pop Culture Festival. Today in digital topics was supposed to start this week but got put off like many other public gatherings the agenda included native comics food cost play celebrities and an eventful panel discussion many different ones including one like surviving Zombie Apocalypse. If you're stuck at home and need a new vibe what about learning out on comics movies and video games. We're going to help with that today with a sampling of what was on the menu at indigenous indigenous. Pop X. and you might see When it is rescheduled We'll talk with the festival's energetic and optimistic. Founder Wall also have an expert on indigenous Geek Culture and we have a special surprise celebrity guest. And we'd like to hear from you. What indigenous Pop Culture? Are you consuming during the numerous? Stay at home orders. Phone lines are open for you. The number to join us is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight and with us on the line right now. At Albuquerque New Mexico Dr Lee Francis the fourth he is the CEO and founder of Nita realities in the director of indigenous pop ex and he is from the Pueblo of Laguna. Our pleasure to have him here. Thanks for being with us today. Lee Hello thank you for having me today From from right from right around the corner. It's weird I don't get to be in studio for this today. The everything's gone off shaken up. We're all apart from each other so I was like. Oh that I had one of those little emoji tears and I don't get to see you. I don't get to see your face. Oh well you know Lee so much is just changing Transitioning and there's lots to think about and I was thinking about this When the decision came to postpone it and thinking about this time of year and we've followed indigenous comecon since its beginning now. We were going to jump into in digit pop ex. And there's a lot that happens Lee Go ahead and just give folks who have never experienced it before What this is all about in in how? We went from indigenous COMECON to indigenous Pop X. So four years ago we started the indigenous COMECON in Albuquerque. As a way to bring together not only made of nerds. But to sh- I mean that's the most important part of our community but also to showcase to the world The the amazing things that native creatives have been doing Within within the pop culture realm so film and television science fiction fantasy a video games table talk games and of course comic books the big mainstay of what we did. And and we had You're one who was you know and we've always followed. The setup is panels and workshops We had a vendor hall of Native Comic Book Artist and regular artists and artists. The ball type and Just nerds you know wandering around We had films Film and television so we download a bunch of that cost play as well. Big Big component of that And and I think every year we've grown from that original That original in relation incarnation of the COMECON and kind of coming into this last year. We we imagined this continuation of bigger festival. And and we had a water resources and support to move into downtown Albuquerque and You know the whole thing for this year. As sort of the flagship of indicia pop bax was really to create this dynamic event where we had food at one venue. We had the comic con weekend at another. We had an indigenous future. `ISMs days At a third venue and then we were doing film and Television at a fourth venue and So we're really trying to create this really awesome like fun and Funky Downtown Festival with the sport of Kirke and and you know the the folks that were there and Yeah that was that was kind of how it's grown and it's been this wonderful food last year. We had wrestling like You know native wrestlers. Ww style wrestlers You know we had a fashion show so like all. This stuff was really the ideas. How are we showcasing the spaces where natives are not perceived in Popular Culture I mean we. We're always historic sized. So this idea of like there's amazing native chef that are creating these and television. There's you know native native folks doing film and Television. You know in various roles. There's natives writing at scifi digital future `ISMs so that's that's the evolution into we would. Was it that really to the point where you decided you know what we can't be doing this on our scheduled date we've been looking at it for. I mean the Ford. The governor made the announcement here in New Mexico and everything sort of fell apart. We had that sort of we had that sort of doomed hopefulness where it was like. Maybe it'll miss us. Maybe it won't happen in New Mexico if we can just make it to this weekend. We'll be fine but we already kind of seen the writing on the wall We had made some arrangements. A lot of this stuff has to do with just logistics around venues and postponing with venues. And making sure everybody's aware of everything so there was a lot of behind the scenes that was going on and a lot of scrambling and But but ultimately it came down to this decision We want to protect their community We have a lot of vendors and what a family members and we didn't want them to in any way have to carry the burden of you know trying to be at this event and then potentially going home To their elders and to their family members and you know may or may not. It's a question mark as they would be bringing as as we've turned it in our pop culture world Mr Nineteen Back Lick them So I think that's That was that was the ultimate decision and You know it's it's one of those ones very heartfelt for us We we don't take we don't take it. We didn't take canceling lightly. Because we know there's a lot of economics obviously circumstance changed immediately because everything's close But for us you know we were day one. We're we'RE NOT WE'RE OUT. We're GonNa try and figure something else out and We decided to go digital. So that's what we are this weekend in so it seems so appropriate to even just go this route Given you know what is being discussed in and just how innovative. The folks who make it to indigenous COMECON seemed to be with discussions as well as the mediums. They're working in. And so what is planned for this week? It's already started. As a matter of fact we we went live this morning Live streaming live. Live tape live right. I guess I don't know if there's a paradox the etc So we're streaming right now On our facebook page and You know we too. We got a bunch of our presenters To give us you know To tape in their living rooms to do their presentations for US online. And we cut it all and it's like three and a half hours of programming today and then we gotta make another three hours of programming tomorrow. Which was it was a little sample of everything we were going to do this weekend. And you know that's that's what we have in in mind starting today the run through tomorrow and Yeah it's it's I think it's a way that we continue to keep you know. Keep tending the fire and and also this trend. You know like when I was thinking about it was like transition was like now we're digital natives. Anyway we're we're we're futurists. That's that's how we exist and what a better way. What what better way to showcase native identity and natives in the future then doing something digital and we've seen a lot of the other convention to do this you know it's not like it's super unique to us but I think it continues to aligned with the you know the efforts energy the backbone of what we've been trying to do within digital x. Well now it's a it. X.'s did you pop X.'s digital feature stays so. It's a chance for folks to you know you're on facebook. Throw some is on it right like you know. That's what people do you know. Just their social media style and and you can And you get to join in and see really cool native folks doing really cool native things pige really
Harrier 809: Britain's Legendary Jump Jet
"Week's addition comes from the central London and we have a slightly different podcast to a usual technology and industry focus. I'm absolutely delighted to be joined by aviation author and historian. I think that's fair rolling white. Who's GonNa talk a little bit about his new book? Harrier eight hundred nine which comes out in. May End of April which looks back at the role of the partic- Harry in the Falklands War and sort of looks a little bit ahead as well. Rhode Island welcomes check six. Thanks very much understand you a bit of a Fan I am. I've been I've been listening to check six at home for as long as I've been listening to. Podcasts is one of the first I discovered and so Thrilled to be on it. That's great before we get to the nitty gritty of the book. I wonder if we could just ask how you go into this. I mean you navient engage. I'm absolutely aviation Geek and have been for as long as I can remember a as a kid. I remember flying into Wattisham. My Granny's house in Suffolk Going to ashes at Lake in. He's Mildenhall Duxford grew up in Cambridge. had a primary school teacher whose husband was working on the British Aerospace on the on the Tornado. And so I'd get sort of the tornado calendar and those things. Just you know made made by Hartley. So I've been an aviation geek as long as I can remember earned On the opportunity to kind of explore some of those things that captured imaginations a kid more latterly has been an absolute privilege and pleasure. Epic gave us a premise of the book focuses. Your Second Falcons will. Yes I sort of circled back to the Falklands war from Nazran space shuttle. Each book seems to be reaction to the one before. So Hey we're back on Rissoli British territory Obviously the Harriet to any British aviation fan is an iconic machine. And the folklore opposites. Its finest
Book of the Month: The Night Watchman by Louise Erdrich
"So much life happens in Louise urges latest book the night watchman this Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians author takes readers to the termination era. Were the threat of losing. Land in a tight. Something important is firing up. One of the characters was inspired by the life of this author's beloved grandfather in the book we follow this character named Thomas as ams up to share his words in Congress on the pages we also meet a cast of characters which includes strong indigenous women who define resilience of their time although set some generations. Back this story. Informs Present Day indigenous struggles including exploitation of our women racism and attacks on sovereignty and the land that are native nations connect to. I look forward to hearing how you're gelling to the story. And we invite you to join the discussion with their march book of the month. Author Louise and thanks to harpercollins publishers. The first ten p the first ten people who make it on air with a question or comment. We'll a copy of the night watchman. Our phone lines are open now so go ahead and dial in. We're at one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. It's also one eight hundred nine nine native and today joining us from Washington. Dc is Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa author Louis Surgery. She is a National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award Winner and she was a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. She lives in Minnesota with her daughters and is the owner of the small independent bookstore. Birchbark books my pleasure to have her here. Louise Welcome thank you so much. It's my pleasure. Tehran I'm delighted to be here into Louise. I really appreciate when our authors teach us about our own history and sometimes that history includes troubling times until this book takes us right to the heart of what termination the threat of termination losing the ability to say that we are a sovereign nation. Your characters take us to this moment in so I'm set the scene for us a little on just how much it's impacted not only the characters in the book but of course your own tribal nation. What would you like to say about termination? Well first of all I. I BELIEVE. Termination was a long time in preparation. You know when you look back through the history of what was happening just before you see that there was a big housing Bob. Postwar housing boom so termination came out of The the narrative of dispossession The government really wanted some very large stands of timber and those were on the cliff and the menominee reservations and they were among the first terminated. So there was five that were on the first light and turn on the Turtle Mountain Chippewa Band of Chippewa was one of them. So it didn't come out of nowhere. There had been some plans in the making and they got the perfect interface with two houses of Congress under Republican control and also the President Eisenhower Republicans so they had a sort of a clear shot termination at that point and the person who is the commissioner of Indian affairs at the time was a guy named Dillon s Myer and he had presided over the incarceration of Japanese American people. Right right during the war. So we have this Guy Dylan Myers. Who's all set up knowing exactly how to he? He was going to relocate everybody right that was the plan. That's that went hand in hand with relocation and then there's Arthur v Watkins who who was Passionately for termination. He had grown up on Allotment land that went into tax forfeiture and his family. Got It so he. He's the other person the main person and then Then there's the people who suddenly got this notice that your tribe is going to be terminated or emancipated. The word was you. Get your freedom. That's how it was couched. Those are the phrases. Did that make you feel it? Being compared to this that you are now mandated. You no longer have to be a native. It's it's so it's so it's so of all of our times I mean this is the language that is used when Dispossession is the real motive. flowed out some high-sounding kyw principled words and let people think I mean. They thought they were going to pull this over a native people right and not. My grandfather had an eighth grade government boarding school education but he got it immediately and he and I think most people did but the the the kind of shock is that this kind of rhetoric would come out with the expectation that native people would not even understand that there was nothing to emancipate that freedom meant freedom to lose all of their their land and their their treaty guaranteed privileges as long as the grass grows and the river. Shell slow you know that those words would be would be meaningless because Both houses of Congress had voted to abrogate treaties that have been established since the very beginning of this country
Indigenous legislation update
"South Dakota is a hotbed of proposed right. Now that could affect a number of states Native residents from banning offensive mascots to boosting native voices and policy decisions proposals have both beneficial and detrimental potential to tribal citizens. One bill from the governor's office defines what a riot is and pushes for violators to be charged with a felony. The bill replaces previous legislation. That was dean largely unconstitutional. It comes as the state prepares for construction of the Keystone Excel pipeline. Won't get an update on this. Another bill provides funds for community schools with the native culture focus. And we've got a state senator from South Dakota Phillips in on what he's working on and we're also GonNa talk about national legislation that aims to change important tax policy. And we'd like to hear from you give us a call. If there's a particular piece of legislation you are keeping an eye on the number to join us is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight today. We're GONNA start off in Olympia Washington With us today is Senator John McCoy he is a Washington state. Senator Representing District. Thirty eight and he is. Tulalip our pleasure to have him here today. Senator McCoy. Welcome thank you. I'm happy to be on the show. Well Senator McCoy you're here to tell us about Senate resolution eighty seven three. It has to do with boring schools. tell me a little bit about that. End Of course an update on some of the legislation. You're working on okay. The boarding school resolution Was brought to you by one of the staff. One of the native American staff and so I head or begin with the you know with the first draft and then we have other native American on staff and Of which was a collaboration going through and developing that He's legislation and then Me As the member than I introduced it and We heard it on March second and We had a number of folks from tribes near here and we did have one elder that That was at a boarding school so she was Quite pleased at resolution in so when issues like this are being addressed through legislation. What kind of message does it send out to the community? Think well to begin with I've introduced quite a bit of legislation around k. Twelve schools in one of those is a group of curricula On since time immemorial and this is giving the A truer picture of Tribes here in the state of Washington and Those are being integrated into the social studies. of Washington state. Because we have twenty nine tried and so There's a lot of misconception about tribes and so This is one way of helping reduce that and getting the factual information out so I have a number of bills that that are working to their The majority of what I need. It are done Now it's changing. Some of that that was permissive. In the beginning I now need to make it mandatory. So that's the process that I'm going through right now. We know a lot of work goes into holding these positions in bringing issues to the fore and in especially giving a better understanding and so Senate McCoy. Is there anything else you'd like to give us an update with before we let you go? Yeah Quickly This week We will be Passing a tribal tax bill and I found it interesting that the US Congress is bringing that subject that today or are yesterday That anyway That's another one that time has come. That needs to be done. Well I appreciate you spending your time with us today. We she well as you continue to work for your community. Maybe Senator McCoy is one of your senators There's an update on some of the things he's working on Maybe you are keeping close attention to certain Body of legislation of it is moving through the system. That may affect. Maybe even your own family. If you'd like to share some thoughts on where things stand right now or ones that you want to put on folks radar go ahead and call in one eight hundred nine six. Two four eight is a number. Thank you senator. John McCoy for joining us today. We now skip over to Pierre. South Dakota on the line is troy. Hind Heiner D- He is a state. Senator Representing District Twenty Six and he is Rosebud Sioux our pleasure to have him here. Senator Welcome. Thank you for having me in. So we're going to keep this momentum going tells a little bit About I guess let's start with SB sixty six To provide for the creation funding of Ojt chicagoly community based schools. Tell me more well in this This bill really came into design Last summer I was approached by a group out of rapid city that they just wanted to see a different avenue for native kids in our state. we're losing far too many of them Out of our traditional school model and they said we want to try something different so we worked through. This process got to the legislative session drafted a bill changed it numerous times. We we were able to gain governor support and by the time it hit the Senate floor I it came off the Senate floor. I was a thirty five to zero. Vote something I had I didn't expect in was pleasantly surprised with And it it works with the local public district and that was important to me as a former public schoolteacher. I wanted to make sure that the public schools still had the opportunity to be involved in this in this process. unfortunately It had its house hearing this morning and there were Individuals came in and and offered some testimony that kind of muddy the water And it it's failed in committee but we do have a plan To maybe resurrect Senate bill sixty six and hopefully get it hurt on the House floor and and regain its momentum that it had coming out of the Senate in sometime. Senator when something like this happens It is also time to maybe retool or even bring the need of the story Ford more in so understand how you see. This isn't a setback. A lot of this is also about educating communities or fellow Congressional folks about you know our native nations and our needs and so We're really interested in hearing some of the other things that you're working on to You're also sponsoring a bill to create a commission on Indian affairs. Go ahead and tell us about that. So you know in South Dakota we. We've done a few things. Throughout the years. Last year we we passed Indigenous language veal indigenous language of South Dakota with our our nine tribes So we're working at educating my colleagues on on native issues and the importance of them They I mean affairs commissioned it was really designed to be another Educational Tool For the State of South Dakota you know we do have the office of state travel relations. But that's really about you know And that's a governor appointed position. So that's really about the governor trying to reach out to the nine sovereign nations and South Dakota this. This commission would would be a place where we can talk about either the coming session and legislation that is needed or relationships between Towns and cities and Native people of South Dakota. It's just another sounding board. That hopefully could be used To increase the knowledge base of our. You know South Dakota friends and neighbors as well as a place where native people felt like their voices are being heard
The continuing Wet'suwet'en pipeline dispute
"This is native America calling. I'm Tara Gate. Would this morning. Ontario provincial police moved in on the tiny data. Mohawk railway blockade taking several of those standing in solidarity with some of the whistle whitten hereditary chiefs and those backing them into custody. This area is recognized as traditional Mohawk territory. It's the latest action in the ongoing fight over the coastal gasoline pipeline plan for would so it in traditional territory in British Colombia. This Mohawk Stan is one of many in solidarity with the movement to try and stop this pipeline route. The four hundred mile pipeline is proposed to carry natural gas across British Columbia twenty-first nations along the pipeline route have signed on to the project but some hereditary chiefs of the wit. Sohan are opposed to the main Opposed and maintain. They have say over what happens because of a nineteen ninety seven court decision on Friday Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Said the barricades must come down. Canadians have been patient. Our government has been patient but it has been two weeks and the barricades need to come down the issue. We face today began with disagreement over a provincial natural gas pipeline in British Columbia. What was a matter of provincial? Jurisdiction has since turned into a broader question on the nature and extent of indigenous rights resulting in blockades across the country. That's why the federal government had to involve itself directly and a week and a half ago both to address these underlying issues and restore sale rail. Service Flea engaged from day. One are ministers have engaged directly with indigenous leaders and premieres are work was always focused on finding a peaceful and lasting resolution in a way that builds trust and respect among parties involved. That focus does not change. This is a complex issue and the situation we now find ourselves in is a delicate one. History has taught us how governments can make matters worse if they fail to exhaust all other possible avenues when some urged us to use force immediately we chose dialogue and mutual respect when others urged us to give up. We extended a hand in good faith. And what you just heard comes from audio from C. TV. We'll hear more about all of this coming up here but when we talk about different stances that tribal nations are taking. We want to hear from you today. we'll also hear from multiple sides of the issue and we want to hear your thoughts again. What do you think about this? Fight over gas pipeline in Canada. Do you really to it. Something that maybe you even faced in urination Here in the States. All opinions are welcomed. The number is one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and today we're going to start off by saying hello to chief Dan George. He is an elected chief of the Burns Lake Ben and our pleasure to have him here. Chief George Welcome. Thank you for inviting me to Data American calling. Thank you very much. I appreciate you being here and Chief. George tells a little bit about where things stand with you. Your band signed onto the coastal. Gasoline pipeline Tells us a little bit about why that decision was made well if you know northern BC we've had a mountain endemic that devastated Eighty percent of all defined in BC and in the northern in two years. Mostly Pine for her. So that was that was a livelihood for most First Nation people myself is a logger for twenty years and a lot of a lot of search nation. People are in the logging industry but now that the MO pining has devastated our force. The logging indices going downhill very fast right now and there's still opportunities for US and north. We don't have time real estate like they do like some of the bands and Vancouver and In so use area where they have prime released real estate that they can lead hope for millions of dollars. We've got nothing into north. This pipeline was once in a lifetime opportunity for us to put our people back to work. So that's that's why I had a community vote and Eighty percent of my community voted to sign up for the L. N. G. So negotiate the best deal. I could for my people. So that's why I signed on in chief George. We hear a lot of times in the news. And we're also very careful to also say Hereditary chiefs Because that is a little bit different from elected officials in. Tell me the difference between the two and your understanding of the roles in when we do here hereditary chief say Our Word is what should be listened to your thoughts. Well the difference between An elected chief like myself is we. We have different clans in our communities. And what a rectory chief does is they. Look after one clan of people like I'm a beaver clan so we ever see my head. Cheese looks after the Bieber clan and that bear clan and the Cariboo clan but as an elected chief I look after everybody. I have no discrimination around which clan you're from we look after everybody has a whole and those elected those hereditary chiefs live in our communities. And where did they get their housing from from the cheeks the elected chiefs we give them housing? We pay for their guys. We pay for everything and another thing. Also is you gotta realize too the officer where to read Jerry Chiefs In smithers their offices. Run by natural gas and a lot of the chiefs. Homes are run by natural gas also and it you you support the oil and gas industry like a lot of our closys made out of the petroleum byproducts to and and we drive trucks and drive all kinds of vehicles are using propane and in the camps also that that if you look at their supporting that industry no matter how you look at it in just understanding more about you know how this works and of course these are also members of tribes in people that elected officials are to have their ears open to in. How do you weigh this when you do have people Who are you know? Still citizens of nations whether they be a hereditary chief. And they're saying we don't want this what do you do? How do you weigh some of that? And how do you find common ground? Is there such a thing? Glad chief George There is common gown is like we're all went to it and people and they voted for the natural gas Hereditary chiefs gotta follow what the people want. Just like US elected chief all All the different clans on our in our community. We'd follow what they want us to do. They give us a mandate to do what we need to do. So we follow that. But if you look at the grand jury change they gotta follow what people are saying. And these hereditary chiefs are not
NEPA changes looming
"This is native America Calling Monica Brain sitting in for tear gatewood. It started in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine with a massive oil spill about three million gallons of crude oil spilled into the Pacific Ocean by Santa Barbara California the environmental damage outrage the public and elected officials and it was the impetus for the federal legislation named the National Environmental Policy. Act OR NIBA. The act formalized the practice of environmental impact assessments. That explore how big projects might harm the environment or wildlife as dry as that might sound. Such a review was at the heart of the decision to locate the Dakota access pipeline near standing rock so now the trump administration says Nipah needs to be modernized. They would like to expedite environmental reviews. The proposed changes could also limit the public's ability to weigh in the proposal calls for tribal consultation but many tribal environmental watchers say that the trade offs are severe. That's our show today. Are you interested in streamlining environmental assessments? Will your try benefit from the proposed changes? Maybe they'll get projects done faster. Phone lines are open. Everyone's welcome give us a call. The number is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight. That's eight hundred nine. Nine native joining us. Now is Dr Ryan Emmanuel. He's an associate professor and university faculty scholar in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources at North Carolina State University and Ryan is an enrolled member of the Lombi tribe. Welcome back to native America Calling Ryan. Thanks for having me Monica. Yeah it's great to have you also on the line. We have Lisa developed. She is the vice chair of the Fort Birth hold protectors of water and earthrights and she is an enrolled enrolled in the man. Dan Haddatha recrimination. Welcome Lisa thanks for joining us Ryan let's start with you okay. So what purpose does Nipah serve? So one of the the key purposes of Nita's to ensure that we accurately document The environmental and tax Of a proposed project that is either going to be carried out by the government Carried out on federal lands or carried out with Some kind of federal funding Or or or permitting approval in order to make informed decisions about The types of actions or projects. that that we undertake in the US Nita says that You you must go into that with your eyes. Wide Open regarding environmental impact so at a very basic level it's a it's a documentation of the The environmental trade-offs and effects of undertaking a certain activity or development or project. Okay so let me simplify this a little bit to see if I understand this There's a project and it's either on federal land or it has federal funding and let's say that The environmental reviews is required. It's done and then it says something like this fish farm could end up Killing thirty percent of the sea turtles in the area. The that's all that happens with that. There's public comment but the company ultimately or whoever's doing the project ultimately decides whether or not to move forward is that right well the the agency that's responsible for conducting the review under Nipah is the one We'll make a decision based on whatever those numbers particulars are whether it's endangered species Or hunting or fishing areas or any other kind of resource areas. The Federal Agency has to take responsibility for the impacts. And say say yes you know despite those impacts. We're we're going to permit this activity anyway or no those impacts are too severe and we're GonNa make a judgment call and say we won't issue you this particular permit okay and so Let's talk about some of the proposed changes that are recommended To start off at one of the big things that I read was the creating deadlines for projects and so when president trump announced this he. He made a mention that you know. Sometimes projects take decades to finish and it's really slowing down progress and things like that and so this the the proposed changes would require that projects need to be finished from start to end The the permitting process anyway in two years is that right. That's right and it's important. I think to define what that window of time is that is from. The announcement of the agency is going to undertake An environmental review Through the the research in preparation of the document the public comment process finalization of the report. And then the agency's decision are supposed to take place within that proposed two year window. I mean do you think that's unreasonable? To try and get stuff done in two years. Well if you look at the the underlying data that the proposal sites you know it looks like it would be difficult. So the council environmental quality studied a length of time that it takes reviews to work their way to the systems and it really varies from one agency to another but a lot of these reviews take much longer than two years and so you know there are a couple of explanations for that one could be inefficiencies in the system but the other explanation could be that environmental issues are just so complex and we now have such a richer understanding of these issues and we did Fifty years ago that it warrants More time and more effort To to study documents impacts underneath a are Is THE AGENCY REQUIRED TO CONSULT WITH TRIBES? If it's on their tribal land or near in ancestral land. They so there's a federal executive order that Nipah is is Well the agencies are required to abide by Federal Executive Order Requires them to consult with drives whether it's on tribally controlled territory or or traditional lands Of that particular tribe so that that would still be in effect under the proposed rule changes as far as I understand. There's some language in the proposed rule about actually strengthening Provision for tribal consultation But at the same time there's concern about shortening the time window that you have to engage with tribes. Yeah that's another proposed. Change is well of course if it's two years than that automatically shortens the time window but also you know there's a public comment period Which we're in right now for these proposed changes to NAPA. But you know for these projects and there's a some efforts or the proposed changes are to shorten those public comment periods as well. What do you think about that? Well so I'll give you an example from the tribes that I work with here in North Carolina I I actually work with predominantly non federally recognized rides and there. There are a couple of important things about that but For this conversation you know. It's important to note that these trials are resourced when it comes to Staff who can deal with these kinds of requests for public comments or preparing the kinds of rich responses that are needed to articulate tribal concerns. You may have one person in tribal government. Who's responsible for environment Energy on and maybe a few other roles as well so when they're already Under under pressure to respond to these kinds of deadlines it will probably reduce their ability to participate in decision-making if you shorten the window even further
Oklahoma tribal jurisdiction problem
"This is native America calling. I'm Taraji would the. Us Supreme Court is again looking at a case that involves a crime a citizen of the Muskogee Creek nation and whether or not someone should have been tried in federal court. Jim C mcgirt was convicted of raping a child in Oklahoma State Court. He received a life sentence plus five hundred years. He maintains a conviction is invalid because he should have been tried in federal. Not State Court. Mcgirt is citizen. A federally recognized tribe the cases similar to a claim made by Patrick Murphy. A citizen of the Muskogee Creek Nation. He admits he murdered a man in nineteen ninety nine but he maintains he should have been tried in federal court. A ruling in his favor could up in his death sentence. The question on both of these cases is over land and Oklahoma's unique status with tribes and whether Congress properly disestablish reservation boundaries more than a century ago. We are inviting you into this conversation. Did you learn more about it? Maybe you've been following the long and have some thoughts on this. What a decision that would go either way would mean for tribal nation's sovereignty land status go hidden. Dial in our phone lines are open. You can join us today at one. Eight hundred nine six tweet four. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and with us today at a Denver Colorado is Mary Kathleen Nagel A. She is a partner at pipe stem law in a citizen of the Cherokee nation. My pleasure to have her here Mary Kim Mayor Catherine Welcome. Thank you so much. It's an honor to be here. Great to have year Also join us to Ann Arbor Michigan. Today is Riyaz. Kenji in he is a partner at Kenji and Katzen and he represents the Muskogee Creek nation in the mcgirt case. My pleasure to welcome here Riyaz. Welcome thank you for having me. Tara and thank you for being here with us today in Merry Catherine Let's start with more details on this case and just essential things you think. People need to understand When we talk about what this really could mean why headline say Oklahoma Could turn into chaos go ahead and establish a little bit more so I I do have to say as someone who was born in Oklahoma and as a citizen of a tribe in Oklahoma I I find a lot of headlines that Oklahoma has been promoting the incredibly disappointing. And I think Truth Bending is very kind way to describe them and I of course defer to Muskogee Crete nations attorney Who was also listening here in this interview because this is their reservation at stake but the tenth circuit was very clear a couple years ago and it's decision. Congress has never disestablished the creek nations reservation. That means it's still in existence and that's the you know plain simple truth and of course the brief that My Law Firm submitted was on behalf of the National Indigenous Women's Resource Center as well as tribes that have implemented the restored tribal criminal jurisdiction in the Violence Against Women. Act from twenty thirteen and so the points we were making simply Just how chaotic it will be and how troubling it will be for the tribes to have women involved is all of a sudden. A new precedent is established which no federal quarter Supreme Court has really held this. Before that. In instances where. Congress has not just established a reservation. Court should feel free to do so. That would actually create chaos. But I know Oklahoma certainly want folks to think that the sky is going to fall. It is not The reality today is that Christians evasion has never been established by Congress. It would actually be more destabilizing for the Supreme Court to do that. In this instance Then to uphold the tenth circuit decision and say. Actually the reservation has not been disestablished. Congress which is in fact the case and I think Oklahoma sort of grasping at straws here in terms of the different arguments. They're coming up with but the fact that a reservation still exists does not alter the individual ownership of the land within the reservation so non Indian landowners business owners that doesn't change doesn't affect their ownership of their homes or their land or the vast majority of the crimes perpetrated within the borders of the reservation. The state will still maintain criminal jurisdiction over many crimes. It's not It's not as easy stabilizing this. Oklahoma would have you believe in. I do need to make a correction. I was given wrong information In the INTRO Talking about his ruling could up in his death sentence. It's not Fact and we'll get closer into the Patrick Murphy case coming up but Mary Catherine when we think of all of this and Really what a decision in the supreme court could mean Either way let's talk a little bit about them. Yeah it's it's actually if the Supreme Court in this instance and Riyaz can explain this to what we're dealing with now is a bit of a procedurally positioned different case than Murphy Murphy was The state of Oklahoma seeking cert seeking the Supreme Court's Review. After the tenth circuit upheld the continued existence of the reservation since that decision has not been fully Adjudicated on the merits from court has not issued a written decision. This last time they did grant cert on The current case mcgirt. And so you know in that case You know this is coming out of the Oklahoma Supreme Court's decision to hear the The appeal that McGrath had filed the Oklahoma Supreme Court. And you know again. It's the same question of okay the Tenth Circuit has said. The reservation still exists Oklahoma still wants to assert criminal jurisdiction over an air. You know a few flip crimes that are actually clearly left to the federal government into to the tribal government. And that's that's really what's at stake here. It's a small number of crimes and And at the end of the day this is really what sovereignty is about. And there's no other sovereign that has more interested steak right then a tribal nation when it comes to protecting children and its citizens on its own land and at the end of the day You Know Oklahoma has made a lot of arguments. They've tried to make it sound. Like you know half of the state will go back to quote unquote tribal ownership which is not at all the case. the fact that a reservation exists does not alter the ownership of who owns the land inside the borders of the reservation. And that's the case in South Dakota. That's the case in the state of Washington. That's the case with every reservation in the United States right. Now there's a lot of non Indian ownership of reservation land especially the simple fact because of the dog acts and various other federal laws over time so at the end of the day What you know create nation and all of the folks who filed briefs in support of creation like my client the national indigenous women's Resource Center. It's really asking for a maintenance of the status quo. Don't change anything. Oklahoma is actually asking for something that would upend a hundred years of Supreme Court precedent and when completely alter the law around winner Reservation Candy disestablished? And how
"eight hundred nine" Discussed on KTOK
"Eight hundred nine four one Shawn you wanna be a part of the program I mentioned Cory Gardner no more witnesses same goes for Lindsey Graham the tale of two Americas the China deal the peace plan announced with prime minister Netanyahu yesterday with the Middle East the president's remarks at the U. S. M. C. a signing ceremony today estimated to add another one point two percent to R. G. the pay creating countless new American jobs and Mexico is paying more because two decades of nafta was a catastrophe the nafta catastrophe as he called it and after that was adopted twenty five years ago U. S. lost a quarter of its manufacturing jobs one and five vehicle manufacturing jobs think of that sounds like Mexico is going to pay for the wall in the end I'm we have the Democrats turning out in droves last night we now know that the president's vision for the Middle East verses Joe Biden has been wrong and everything not very good we have some new numbers out not looking good for Romney I'll get to that a little bit but satisfaction with the nation's economy is up twenty two points according to Gallup satisfaction with the way income and wealth is distributed is up eight points in the country to forty three percent satisfied with the state of the nation security and terrorism up eighteen points to sixty eight percent satisfied with the state of this nation's military strength and preparedness that's up fifteen points to eighty one percent satisfaction with the state of race relations up fourteen points in the country satisfaction with the position of racial minorities in the nation up nine points it goes on satisfaction with the nation's policies to reduce or control crime up nine points satisfaction with the opportunity for a person to get ahead by hard work up six points wow that's Gallup I'd say things are looking good war Donald J. trump I love the latest on the election the impeachment Schumer shift jam show two hundred and seventy nine days the ultimate jury you get to shock the world again police arrested a suspect in the recent Penn square mall shooting I'm Beth Meyer is in the news radio one thousand Katie okay new center Oklahoma City police say that they've arrested a suspect who allegedly fired shots of Penn square mall on January eighteenth during an argument with another person no one was wounded they say twenty two year old Evan Gresham was arrested this morning at a motel near I. two forty in may the fed is not taking any action on interest rates saying it will continue to monitor the economy and assess what it may do in the future in a statement today the board said the current monetary policy is appropriate to support sustained economic activity state health officials are trying to ease concerns about the corona virus state health commissioner Gary **** today at a news conference confirming that lab results are pending on two possible cases in Oklahoma is for some risk factors for Oklahomans it is a low risk for any single individual currently in Oklahoma in we don't want the problem is to be fearful there are only five confirmed cases in the United States the state of Oklahoma today unveiled a new website and app that it says will eventually provide services from every level of government within the state for now the my Oklahoma sites will allow residents to renew their vehicle registrations and order birth certificates secretary of digital transformation administration David Austro calls it a significant accomplishment.
"eight hundred nine" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
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"Eight hundred nine two three ninety three eighty five is our number Joseph in Detroit your next year on the patriot go ahead please how you doing Sir good well thank you the strangest thing that I can think of is the Democrat actually winning the twenty twenty election especially with a bumper crop of nitwit what are your Donald Trump right now the gentleman that said that you can just fed ex the election and right now because I'm not to go when it basically that's what it looks like these progressives are basically socialists in training the ones are full blown socialist and the American people have absolutely no use no taste or lacking for socialism they like liberty to watch and that's what you've done you don't seem to get and I don't understand why they don't get it people say to me sometimes they say well you don't understand a lot sooner than that isn't a problem I understand the underpinnings of ninety nine percent of what I talk about that's not the problem the problem is I don't get what makes people think they know more than five hundred years of history show us and I know that that's what I don't see I am like you Joe's of I I don't see how anybody would want they're pushing for anybody that's got a brain can see through this garbage and yet we go through this every year it's never been this bad and I don't think it's going to get I you know I I don't think I think this may be the end of it for awhile but then again I think you and I gonna think no probably not because we have to go through this every four years and lo and behold about every eight to twelve years we'll lacked somebody who's either way left or way way left Barack Obama is the the way way left the the that I can think of a in the recent past but doggone it don't don't you get tired of having to say whom gosh you know we shouldn't have done that well we told you that we told you that based on any number of people who have come before you who made the same mistake here's the mistake they made here's the candidate you have a choice of what's the deal why why why are you asking questions just get out there and vote for the king case go ahead if the worst case of buyers remorse you you've ever seen and what makes it really we didn't really bad is you would think after you smack your head against a brick wall that common sense would dictate I'm not gonna do that again at her too much I bled all over the place but they just wanna do what again I'm likely masochistic have you heard that the stories that we were taught I'm sure you'd have maybe you don't remember from your childhood where your mother your father your guardian somebody told you the story about the kid in the hot stove who says mommy why can I touch it still will because you're gonna be burned if you do as soon as mommy goes out of the room he touches the style in any screen and mommy comes in and says you touch the stowed in here yeah I did why didn't you listen to what I sent in the answer is always the same because I wanted to see for myself well the problem with socialism is I'm going to have to see for yourself but you got to drag us along with it frankly we don't want to go and I appreciated jobs of thank you so much for the call eight hundred nine two three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine two three W. D. T. K. short break and then more of your calls on open now Friday your own FM one one point five AM fourteen under the patriot there are forty two campuses.
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"Hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. Let's stay on this testimony. That's been going on with Bill bar, the attorney general I he saying that the mullahs report will be released a week of play that for you. He goes over in detail the four areas of the mullahs report, which will be redacted, which I think is important. He goes on to say and talk about which I thought was very key that the Horowitz FIS investigation should be done. But I may or June that that's important. And remember we have the criminal referrals on top of this. He makes a point of saying that whoever leaked the FIS order against Carter page. He said, you know, there's a predicate for an investigation. It will be conducted. He wouldn't answer whether or not the White House has seen the mullahs report. And the and he's testifying on the fact that he has no plans, meaning the president the executive branch to claim executive privilege on any part of the Muller report. So let me just bring you up to speed it got dramatic at times today. And by the way, you also acknowledged that he can't release the poll Muller report because of recent court decision, which by the way, this is what the Democrats wanted. Let's not forget after the Ken Starr report, they got rid of the independent counsel for that reason. I let's let's play this this process is going along very well, and my original timetable of being able to release this. By mid April stands, and so I think that from my standpoint. By the by within a week. I will be an physician to release the poor to the public, and then I will engage with the chairman of judiciary committee's about that report about any further requests that they have. But I am relying on my own discretion. To make as much public as I can now in my letter of the March twenty ninth identified four areas that I feel should be redacted. And I think most people would agree. The first is grand jury information, six material. The second is information that the ice the intelligence community believes reveal intelligence sources and methods the third or information in the report that could interfere with ongoing prosecutions. You'll recall that the special counsel did spin off a number of cases that are still being pursued. And we wanna make sure that none of the information in the report would impinge upon either. The ability of the prosecutors to prosecute the cases or the fairness to the defendants and finally. We intend to redact information that implicate privacy a reputational interest of peripheral players where their decision not to charge them right now. The special counsel is working with us on identifying information in the reports that fall under those four categories. Mcwethy is now the President Trump has been exonerated of Russia. Kalou collusion is the Justice department investigating how it came to be that your agency used a salacious and unverified dossier as a predicate.
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"The hour. Eight hundred nine four one Sean if you want to be a part of the program. All right. So Alexandria, a Cossio Cortez and her new green deal for America. You know, the one we're going to have to rebuild every house and building in ten years, and we're going to get rid of all fossil fuels will no longer have the combustion engine. In other words, an engine that runs on gas will have no natural gas. We're gonna only only clean and renewable energy no nuclear energy. Even we're gonna do this all in ten years. Destroy the economy in the process. Add to that. Okay. We have Kamala Harris Kirsten gillibrand Bernie Sanders Medicare for all which means and they said it we got to get rid of all private health insurance. For every American that. Now has it all that happens to be one hundred ninety seven million Americans? And what happens when that fails just like ObamaCare failed? Keep your doctor. Keep your plan and save money. None of those promises were kept at all. And or the wealth tax of Elizabeth Warren, which after you paid your sixty sixty five cents of every dollar to the government state local federal, well, then if you save too much she's gonna come in and take even more. In other words, they'll legalize stealing your money that you put in the Bank, and by the way when you die. Another forty percent goes to the federal government you live in a state like New York. Another ten percent goes to the state, and they take another bite at the apple and you pay to die in America. This is the seventy to ninety percent tax bracket that a Cossio Cortez. And and many of these twenty twenty candidates are now pushing for all right? Joining us now. Geraldo Rivera, Geraldo, I'm calling this the new radical extreme a party that believes in abortion, even during the birthing process, and in the case of the Virginia governor after the babies delivered and kept comfortable, then the mother can decide not to resuscitate the party of that the party of almost full confiscation of income the party that guarantees everything from cradle to grave that doesn't want secure borders that doesn't seem to care about crime in America. This is this is the new Democratic Party. Welcome aboard really work, or at least a up to age five or ten on just can't your blessing. Yeah. Listen, they'd be they'd go right up to my birthday trust me. Right. You I just want to say first of all. That you were brilliant last night. I your rate with so few or when you heard that there was a deal in the offing for the wall that the president appear to be on the on the verge of accepting for less money than he asked for. I thought that your pure rage is one of the reasons I love you as a brother. Yeah. You know, you have deep rooted sincere convictions, and you don't make any bones about expressing, listen if the president signed this deal and declares the national emergency. I could live with that. Because he's getting one point three five million up a Bill million billion dollars up front. Now if he does that and he doesn't declare national emergency. Then the president got caught up in the swamp, and we'll have gotten rolled around. And I don't expect him to do that. I think the president's going to fulfill his promise, I I see I think the president will find a way to fulfill its promise. Let's get to that bottom line. But by taking this this deal, the Democrats lose the high ground. Remember, they were saying was a moral issues. Moral is not a dollar for the war when they said one point four billion, then it became a negotiation. Now, it's not a moral issue anymore. Now, it's negotiation. I think Trump wins regardless of what the other aspect of the up the wall building will be where it will come from. I leave that in the open as to your your main topic this afternoon about Zambia Cossio Cortez and the green new deal, and these flamboyant ideas, these are wish lists, these are, you know, then they shouldn't be as frightening to conservatives or moderates as sometimes they they may sound that first blush. These are just young people filled with Burr, and spontaneity and and compassion. You know, you want you want people at the, you know, with that are coming in the rookies who are coming in to have that that kind of, you know, energy. I let's do this. Let's get rid of nuclear powerless to this. And then, you know, the the sober reality dawns on them after they've been around a couple of weeks in a couple of committees. And they see you know, what's going to make the electricity. Go how are you going to pay for the tunnel to Africa? You know? I I think that I applaud that that freshness. I encourage rather than discourage the the the thinking that is so cosmic, Sean. Well, listen, I think that this. This is what Republicans don't even understand. And I blame them even more than the Democrats. The Democrats have now gone. So radical left extreme even the party. Now, they're they're they're they're not even critical of people like they were cavenaugh that at our charged with serious sexual assault and even rape allegations. I don't hear anybody screaming, I believe or or saying, I believe and look at the antisemitism now, some members of congress you said, Kevin, I think you meant Fairfax. Right. Yeah. Fair. Well, you don't see this. You don't seem the same outrage over Fairfax. Like you saw with cavenaugh. Thank you for helping me. But and and the same with, you know, look at the rampant. Antisemitism that is now that that ugly. Strain of democrat is is sort of saying things with immunity, and they ought to be rebuked and taken off any foreign affairs committee, and they're so timid to do it where if it was a Republican they would be excoriated in bludgeoned to death the ice. I see even that a little differently than you through my brother. I see the fact that you have to Muslim women in congress. Now, one is a Palestinian origin the other Somali origin. You get there take why not get their take. You know? I think that the the the Minnesota congresswoman in her characterization the Israeli lobby was way, clumsy and and awkward and she's apologized. But there is no doubt. And you know, it in your heart that there's two big stories to tell in the Middle East between Israel and Palestine, and you know, the United States official policy is still a two-state solution. And it's good to remind people of that once in a while. I know we're not talking about where we're talking about rampant anti semitism. When you say that user all about money. That's antisemitic. Yeah. When you say that Israel is unfair to the Palestinians or is. I is occupying. These people the nine them their rights. That's not that's not radical. That's that's something. I think we need to hear more of. Well, I think when you look at for example, congresswoman Omar's APEC tweet, which is terrible. It's terrible. It's like so dumb. Dumb. It's it is it is anti semitism. I mean, it is it's definitely anti-semitism. That's why it's dumb mentioned gets a slap on the wrist for all of this. And nothing happened. And look at it. She's been really diminish congresswoman Toledo writes a column for Louis Farrakhan's publication a few years back end. She's gonna impeach the M F. Also, you know, it's. But let let them be that method. Democrats be that. And let the president on the other hand be the sober conciliator. You know, you know, stop being tempestuous co cool with the tweets you'll be the grownup in the room. You'll back them from the right? I'll back from the center, you know, I love you put yourself in the center more left center. But you know. All right. All right. That's okay. But what do you make of what between the two of us? We could take care of this guy. Look, how insane Cossio Cortez's new green deal is green new deal. If you hang ask your kids, even conservative students. They hear this stuff all the time. They they here. You know, guaranteed national income they here I abolished fossil fuel. They they hear it. They discuss it. It's exciting. And then they. They wake up the next day and say pass me the kerosene lantern. I can't see, you know. It's it. Yeah. But we're going to get rid of airplanes in ten years. How how are we going to get to Europe? How are we going to get to Australia? You gotta take the fast train. It's only what is it. It's only what four thousand miles of water. You have to listen. The tunnel under. I thought they'd come up with a system above water. So we'd have a view. Us the levitated. I can't wait for the high-speed train to Australia that that'll take us a few centuries to get there. I live in Cleveland, the train takes a day and a half. I could use a little high speed. I love it. You know, it's it's all of this. And here we are on the verge. We're now energy independent, we produce more oil natural gas than any other country on the earth, and our resources or more vast. We are the we are the Middle East of natural gas. It's great for on national security, and as much as you know, we don't have to engage in in foreign conflicts for the free flow of oil at market prices any longer because we're energy independent and number two. There are literally hundreds and hundreds of thousands of high paying jobs. Headed down the pipeline literally is two pipelines of being built. But that means we're going to have great career jobs for many Americans that need them that will change and alter their lives dramatically. Remember, North Dakota truck drivers with being trained to make an a hundred grand a year. Those are good job. Why not have a Republican real deal? That's it. What you just mentioned North Dakota and the expanding job opportunities. There talk about different uses of natural gas talk about nuclear energy in the renaissance that that could bring in not. At a single degree to global warming or climate change talk. Let's give you know, like our thinkers, put them to work with a with a pragmatic approach with that still has an idealistic visionary. I kind of take to it. Then when the president talks about the space was limp talk about space. I'm talking about Mars and beyond get the imagination of the young folks, rather than letting the Democrats come up with all the ideas, however, flamboyant, and and exaggerated. Why don't we have some of our thinkers being more innovative? I think the president is a door. And the whole thing is we have two pipelines now that we're never going to be built under any democratic president. They're now online, and that includes the keystone and the Dakota pipeline any opened up an war. And he's gotten rid of all the burdensome regulation that has been holding back the energy sector, and I gotta be honest. I think this is a renaissance economically for this country, and it also protects our national security, and as we export more energy, the lifeblood of every economy..
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