35 Burst results for "Evers"

"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:13 min | Last month

"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Get a covid vaccine. No exceptions, no exemptions. And businesses that employ over 100. People. 100 people or more now are mandated to get their folks vaccinated. And if they don't they'll face all kinds of hell from the federal government. That doesn't sound Doesn't sound like it's constitutional. It sounds like power grabbing at its worst. We talked about this yesterday. We've talked about it a lot. Our liberties. Our basic individual liberties are in peril. Not On a regular basis. They are in peril on a minute by minute basis. And so the question we are asking now in power, Wisconsin and we're asking today. On the Vicki McKenna Show is Where do you stand? Tony Evers Governor Tony Evers. On the issue of these federal mandates. Do you stand with this president? Or do you stand with the Constitution? The idea behind all of this may be Uh, Your view of public safety, But really, at the end of the day, this is a power grab, and we've We've learned over the last 2.5 years that this is a governor who likes to grab as much power as he can. He's been strangely quiet, though. We asked him today. Where do you stand on this? Governor? Evers, We've heard nothing back. Haven't to hurt anything on the old Twitter machine or Anything else? So his silence is interesting, by the way, his liberal pal Just to the south in Illinois. JB Pritzker believes this is a bridge too far. So that's got to tell you something. Coming up. Next, though we talk about elections, election integrity with state representative Jenelle branches straight ahead in the Vicky mechanic show. Hang on. Reason Why. All right, Connie, I heard Radio Music Festival is finally passed. September.

JB Pritzker Connie September 100 people Illinois Tony Evers Jenelle Radio Music Festival yesterday today over 100 Governor Twitter Wisconsin Vicky Show last 2.5 years Evers McKenna Vicki
Travis Shaw Hits Walk-off Grand Slam to Give Boston Win Over Rangers

Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney

01:12 min | 2 months ago

Travis Shaw Hits Walk-off Grand Slam to Give Boston Win Over Rangers

"Let's get to the good stuff. What a big win for the red sox yesterday they blew lead. Were down to their last. Strike austin down iran and out to counter raphael evers and this happened to turn racer comes davos search. The red sox ties saved me now. What was amazing about that plays. Dj peters who's playing centerfield rangers. He almost caught that all. You wouldn't believe how far he went in almost retrieving that ball. By the rangers. Red sox went to the bottom of the tenth inning. Travis shaw came to the plate nucor just returned to the red sox after being with the brewers and this is how it ended three two coming skaters sweaters there for about a walk off the slab

Red Sox Raphael Evers Dj Peters Austin Iran Travis Shaw Rangers Nucor Brewers
Massive Flight Delays, Cancellations Prompt Finger-Pointing

This Morning with Gordon Deal

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Massive Flight Delays, Cancellations Prompt Finger-Pointing

"Are racking up an unprecedented number of delays and flight cancellations just months after Congress gave the industry $54 billion to survive the pandemic. From July 1 to July six. Jet blue, for example, delayed 51% of its flights. Southwest Airlines delayed 39% an American Airlines 34% of its flights. What's going on here is Karl Evers Hellstrom. Business and lobbying reporter at the Hill. Carl give US background. So a lot of the biggest airlines have seen sort of a massive increase in delays and cancellations as people actually returned to summer travel. So we saw that around the fourth of July the weekend that some of the top carriers were delaying anywhere from a third to 50% of their flights. Um And I think that has, you know, obviously ruined a lot of people's plans. Um, and also kind of annoyed a lot of the unions and other critics who pointed to, you know, Airlines having taken a lot of, uh, you know government funds to try to ensure that they have kind of a seamless transition back to flying very often. But

Karl Evers Hellstrom Southwest Airlines American Airlines Congress Carl United States Airlines
Guerrilla Poker's Uri Peleg on Showdown Value Bluffs

Thinking Poker Podcast

03:18 min | 4 months ago

Guerrilla Poker's Uri Peleg on Showdown Value Bluffs

"Peleg. Thank you for making time for us today. Thank you for inviting. So we've chatted a little bit. And i guess we've hopefully by the same person you were recommended to me and and i to you but my my introduction to you really was just from watching some of your videos that you have on on youtube right now and i'm aware that there's hours and our maybe even hundreds of hours of your material there that that i haven't seen but i definitely thought of an immediate in how you were thinking about a poker and in particular how you're thinking about like the relationship between I guess just like how we as humans should be using salvors and the kind of a software. That's that's out there now. So i guess i just wanna make sure i give people the heads up that your your youtube channel girl. A poker is is fantastic. And i'm sure your material on run at once and the other material that you have the you sell directly. I'm sure it's quite good as well. Thank you thank you actually. I think my first video. On ron and don's Was exactly about these kinds of eurosctics sticks. Were the first menu i ever made. It's about something called showdown value bumps. His aunt attorney heard about Now i would like to hear my brother. So what i do this. I- i- review a hand and we actually have an article about it on the grill of poker website. This while i review a hand where you can see on some like a seven deuce board That Po solver is barreling on the turn with baltim- parents. You know how. Sorry i'll i sometimes Too much in my own head that it's martin versus bay blind hand a seven deuce board and you solve are betting one third on the floor and then i show that on the turn it over bats with most of its deuces and I kind of want. I sat video. Is that the. If if like most people would look at the hand would be okay and do this probably over batting in order to triple-barrel because it blocks the top of the other player An and kind of move on and not pay too much attention to it. But then i start kind of showing that i actually lead the deuce only over bets on very specific turn cards if the board is a seven news You actually only over backed with compare if the turn is king queen. Jack rhythm that you don't over bet on turn on any any other cars with Comparison and you also fire ever on very specific rivers and you don't on other evers and bar to the point of the video is Now i know all these things. Because i know i the hand bets term that if you don't know why that's the turn your just chewed on the dark at whenever you try to anything that the salaries doing

Peleg Youtube RON DON Jack Rhythm Martin
"evers" Discussed on Today in True Crime

Today in True Crime

07:46 min | 4 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Today in True Crime

"Today is saturday. June twelfth twenty twenty one on this day in nineteen sixty three civil rights activist medgar evers was assassinated by a white supremacist. Welcome today true. Crime a spotify original from podcast. Due to the graphic nature of these crimes listener discretion is advised. This episode includes depictions and discussions of murder that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. Today we're covering the day. A white supremacist. Assassin killed medgar evers. Let's go back to jackson. Mississippi on june twelfth nineteen sixty three murli ever stayed up to nine. She waited eagerly for her husband. Thirty seven year old medgar to come home after spending days away on business. There was so much they needed to discuss just hours before on the evening of june eleventh president john f. kennedy addressed the nation. He acknowledged that he'd intervened to help to black students. Entered the university of alabama. After the governor blocked the entrance the president insisted that the unrest in places like birmingham not continue kennedy. Put his full support behind. Civil rights and pleaded with americans to support men and women of color murli watched the speech with her three young children with segregation and the local ku klux klan. Chapter booming shot isn't sure if this was going to make things better or worse murli herself was a proud and aa c. P. member and medgar was a major civil rights leader in mississippi after defending the world from nazis in world war. Two medgar returned home to a hostile america over a decade of fearless campaigning. Hardly any other individual. The time brought more change to a single state than medgar. He fought primarily against segregation in schools and commercial zones and became. The nwa cp's i field officer in mississippi but on june eleventh nineteen sixty three as he drove home from an arduous day with nwa c. p. lawyers med gird knew. His life was at risk just days before had tried to run him down in the street but nothing prepared him for what was waiting at home just after midnight when medgar pulled into his driveway. The heat from the day was gone and a comfortable chill had taken over stepping out of the car. He noticed immediately that something was off when he realized what it was. His blood chilled with medgar receiving so many regular death threats at least two. Fbi cars usually tailed him between appointments but that night the cars were gone. He didn't know why and nobody could ever explain afterward why they were missing. Medgar ducked into his car to retrieve some shirts he just got made. That said jim crow must go. He shut the car door and turned toward the house. He was eager to see his family again. Just inside murli and their three children were still awake and waiting for him but across the street hiding in the shadows fifty two year. Old byron de la beckwith chambered around into his enfield rifle. He aimed at the center of medgar back and fired. Murli heard the gunshot from inside the house. She and medgar had trained their children for this day and she marshaled them into the bathroom. They laid down in the tub just as their parents had taught them but no amount of preparation made it any less. Terrifying murli rushed outside and found medgar laying in a puddle of his own blood. He had staggered thirty feet toward the house. After being shot murli cradled his head trying to wake him up but her husband was unresponsive. Soon the children came outside horrified at the sight of their father's body. Neighbors helped get medgar into a car and drove him to the nearby jackson hospital when they arrived at the staff. Turn them away at first. The building was whites. Only murli fought with a staff until they accepted medgar into surgery but the damage was just too great. He died at the hospital just fifty minutes after he was shot. News of the murder shocked the nation but even as the fight over segregation heated up. Med -gars murderer knew he was going to get away with it. Up next justice for medgar drags for thirty years high listeners. It's carter from par cast. And i'm thrilled to tell you about a new limited series on posting. Just in time for father's day. It's called devious. Dads and it introduces you to some of the most feared fraudulent in fatal fathers in history. Every sunday on spotify discover the men who started out as role models and ended up becoming real life criminals like wall street financier bernie madoff. Who's billion dollar. Ponzi scheme destroyed countless families including his own or marvin gaye senior. Who's envy and resentment towards his son. Successful music career drove him to murder. Each episode of devious dad's has been handpicked from shows across the parkas network shining a light on the men who were far more wicked than wise this summer. Catch a glimpse of the frightening side of fatherhood follow the spotify original from par cast devious. Dad's listen free only on spotify. These are stressful times. You already have a lot of responsibilities but one of those responsibilities is to yourself. Self care is important so treat yourself with a bikini wax at european wax center. European wax center is the country's leading wax experts. They'll take extra care of you and help you to feel your best inside and out the secret. Their signature comfort wax. It's a proprietary blend of sourced from europe along with other skin soothing ingredients that allow for easier hair removal and a less painful experience. You'll get the best service from the true bikini wax specialists at european wax center they're certified wax specialists or expertly trained in prepping protecting and pampering your skin there so confident that you'll love their services that they offer all first time guest there first wax for free still unsure because safety and security have always been paramount. European wax center has added enhanced health and hygiene measures for extra confidence in care. What do you have to lose other than some hair head to weck center dot com to book your reservation today. That's wax center dot com to book your reservation today and remember your first. Wax is free.

saturday jim crow three children Today wax center dot com bernie madoff medgar evers mississippi father's day europe today thirty years Mississippi thirty feet billion dollar Thirty seven year old weck center dot com medgar birmingham Each episode
British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

British Police Officer Admits Kidnapping, Raping Woman

"A British police officer has pleaded guilty to the kidnap and rape of a woman as she walks home in south London and whose body was found a week later in the woods a court at London's Old Bailey harder when cousins forty eight years old accepted responsibility for the death of Sarah Everard though he wasn't Austin trip he took charge of modern members of Evers from the second quarter witnessed the defendant entered his pleas medical reports about the Metropolitan Police officer who appeared by video link from Belmarsh prison are being prepared a further hearing before the judge will take place in July every death thirty three year old marketing executive that went missing as she walked home from a friend's house in south London on the third of March Syria Shockley London

Sarah Everard London Old Bailey Belmarsh Prison Evers Metropolitan Police Austin Syria
In-Person Pride Month Events Return to Wisconsin

Jeff Wagner

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

In-Person Pride Month Events Return to Wisconsin

"In Madison Governor Evers, joined by other lawmakers raised the rainbow Pride flag above the state Capitol in Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, another elected officials kicked off pride month of unveiling of a pride flag inspired him. CTS bus and a man shot and killed by Milwaukee police late Sunday night's been identified as

Governor Evers Tom Barrett Madison Milwaukee
Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility

John Williams

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Foxconn, Wisconsin Reach New Deal on Scaled Back Facility

"Technology Group, the world's largest electronics manufacturer, has reached a new deal with reduced tax breaks for its scale back project in southeast Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers and the company said that today. Details of the new deal were not immediately released. It was scheduled to be approved at a Tuesday meeting. Of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. The new deal will reduce the potential tax breaks by billions of dollars and still have potential tax breaks worth more than 10 million for Fox con

Technology Group Governor Tony Evers Wisconsin Economic Development Wisconsin FOX
Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

Bob Sirott

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court Says Governor Can't Limit Capacity at Businesses

"Breaking news from Wisconsin this morning, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has ruled. That Governor Tony Evers administration did not have the authority to issue capacity limits on bars, restaurants and other businesses without approval of the Legislature, a ruling that comes two weeks after the Republican controlled court struck down the state's mask mandate. Legislature in Wisconsin, is also controlled by Republicans. Evers is a Democrat.

Governor Tony Evers Wisconsin Supreme Court Wisconsin Republican Controlled Court Legislature Evers
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

Joe Pags

00:23 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Court today striking down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate, saying the Democrat overstepped his authority. The court says the governor needs legislative approval to extend the mask order. The GOP majority Legislature voted in February to repeal the mandate, which Evers extended. Doctors, nurses, school administrators, unions and others opposed the reversal of a state mask requirement. Fox is going all

Governor Tony Evers GOP Evers Legislature FOX
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

WTMJ Nights

00:25 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"Today's 43 ruling says Governor Evers exceeded his authority by issuing the order this after Republicans in the Legislature voted to repeal the mask mandate on Lee to have the governor quickly reissue it. The court ruling that any public health emergency issued by the governor is valid for only 60 days. And can't be extended without legislative approval. Nearly 60 organizations, including groups representing hospitals, doctors and nurses opposed striking down the mask

Governor Evers Legislature LEE
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down governor's mask mandate

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court has knocked down the governor's mask mandate the court says this isn't a question of what's wise it's a question of what's lawful by one vote the court struck down democratic governor Tony Evers state wide mask mandate ruling that he exceeded his authority by issuing the order again and again the governor argued that he can do this because of the changing nature of the ongoing pandemic what happens now it'll be up to local government units to decide mask policies in their own areas nearly sixty organizations wanted to keep the statewide mask mandate in place they represented hospitals doctors nurses dentists EMTs firefighters schools and churches among others I'm ready to fall away

Tony Evers Wisconsin Supreme Court
Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

Mark and Melynda

00:17 sec | 7 months ago

Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes mask mandate

"Wisconsin Supreme Court strikes down Governor Tony Evers statewide mask mandate ruling for three he exceeded his authority and needs legislative approval to extend a public health emergency action for more than 60 days. The mass quarter first took effect in August, and the governor extended it four times. Since then, he's a Democrat. The court is controlled by

Governor Tony Evers Wisconsin Supreme Court
COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

Native America Calling

02:33 min | 7 months ago

COVID-19 highlights Alaska Native water and sanitation needs

"This is national native news. I'm antonio gonzales. The pandemic has highlighted. Water and sanitation needs in alaska. Native communities where lack of infrastructure has already had significant health impacts according to a health official alaska. Native tribal health consortium interim president. Valerie davidson testified. Virtually this week before. The senate committee on indian affairs on water infrastructure needs davidson says. Many families in rural communities do not have running water to help prevent the spread of covid nineteen constant hand washing and cleaning davidson says more than forty percent of alaska native homes lack running water. Many communities typically have a washer area building. It's one building that combines water-treatment laundromat twelve and showers at the entire community uses and what that means from a practical perspective is that Those communities hall their water from the washington area in a five gallon clean bucket and we hall are raw sewage from our home in a different five gallon bucket and unfortunately Our communities continued to be unserved simply because of the high construction costs among recommendations davidson. Says they desperately need at least one billion dollars for sanitation construction in future legislation and resources to preserve what infrastructure is already in place. Wisconsin governor. Tony evers has signed off on the ho chunk. Nations plans to build a casino just north of the illinois border danielle creating reports. Federal law gives governors the power to block or approve off reservation casinos. The tribes plans include one of the largest casinos in the state. Along with the convention center indoor waterpark and a three hundred room hotel. The complex is expected to create more than fifteen hundred permanent jobs and more than two thousand construction jobs. Ho chunk nation public relations officer ryan green. Dear says jobs are central focus as many tribal communities. Shut down their casinos for months last year due to cove in nineteen. This is gonna be the cornerstone of the economic recovery from the pandemic. the complex will be built in the city of beloit beloit city council president. Regina dunkin says the project has been a longtime coming and is a game changer. Fully in terms of jobs created shared revenues and increased arisen. The project now faces final approval from the department of interior once approved wisconsin's governor and the whole chunk nation would amend the tribes gaming compact to include revenues from the new casino. I'm daniel catering

Antonio Gonzales Alaska Davidson Valerie Davidson Senate Committee On Indian Aff Tony Evers Ho Chunk Ryan Green Washington Wisconsin Beloit City Council Illinois Regina Dunkin Beloit Department Of Interior Daniel Catering
This new York City Pharmacist Had Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to Spare. So He Hit the Road.

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:45 min | 7 months ago

This new York City Pharmacist Had Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to Spare. So He Hit the Road.

"With millions of americans clamoring to get their vaccine one pharmacist and brooklyn. New york found himself a unique position as reported by the new york times number. Kalou skar faced a problem this month. That seemed to defy logic. He struggled to find people to take the two hundred doses. He had on hand instead of waiting for them to come to the pharmacy. He would take his doses to them for more. We are so happy to welcome to the broadcast on loose. Kerr the pharmacist at the center of this story. He's based by the way at roissy pharmacy in the brownsville neighborhood of brooklyn How is it you you ended up with two hundred doses in your in your freezer. And and what did you end up doing. How did you get them into arms. Absolutely so we were pinched between two well intentioned rules about that ended up having a having a bad effect on us in one or two weeks in particular There's the rule that retail pharmacies at the time restricted to patients age. Sixty five and older. It was meant to create a place where seniors wouldn't have to compete with everyone else for vaccines and new york's user or loser role that providers need to use all vaccines in their inventory within seven days. Our risk gang removed from the program And between new mass vaccination site medgar evers college. That does absolutely excellent. Work and more farms is getting their hands on the vaccine. We were finding less and less patients to fill our appointment slots

Kalou Skar Roissy Pharmacy Brooklyn The New York Times New York Kerr Brownsville Medgar Evers College
In wake of Vernon Jordan's death, tributes from Georgia pour in for civil rights activist from Atlanta

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:58 sec | 8 months ago

In wake of Vernon Jordan's death, tributes from Georgia pour in for civil rights activist from Atlanta

"Morning. Stacey abrams tweeted this about vernon jordan. Who died last night morning. The passage of my friend the extraordinary for jordan he battled the demons of voter suppression on racial degradation winning more than he lost he brought others with him and left a map so so moore could find their way love to his family. Travel on with. God's grace burley ever is the widow of the assassinated civil rights leader. Medgar evers said today. Our nation has lost a hero vernon jordan the civil rights warrior presidential adviser former. Ceo of the united negro college fund former director of the national urban league was a close personal friend of my husband medgar of mine and of my children he medgar road through the back roads of mississippi investigating some of the most horrific violence against black mississippians when medgar was assassinated vernon came to offer comfort and support for our family

Vernon Jordan Stacey Abrams Grace Burley Medgar Medgar Evers Jordan Moore United Negro College Fund National Urban League Travel Mississippi Vernon
Trump's new PAC raises over $30 million

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

02:16 min | 8 months ago

Trump's new PAC raises over $30 million

"At the conservative. Political action conference in orlando over the weekend. Former president trump was clear. He will not start a new political party to make an end run around the grand old party. He drops strong hints. Though that he might like to run for president again there was interest. Also in rhonda. Santa's the governor of florida and the governor of south dakota kristi noem and trump is still very good at raising money. Marketplace's kimberly adams has that former. President trump never stopped raising money. I he pulled in cash from donors to fight his election loss and since then trump launched a leadership pac that raised over thirty million dollars in just a matter of months. Carl evers hellstrom monitors money in politics for open secrets dot org and he says politicians and groups who align themselves with trump are benefiting as well. The republican party is increasingly. Reliant on trump. actually raise money. so we've seen some. Corporate interests are not as interested in donating to them after the capital riot. Trump's supporters on the other hand still seem game to donate to the president and his allies. There were even rumors after the election. He might start a third political party and what he's done is actually a lot more interesting. Jennifer here. wig political sociologist at suny stony brook. He said okay. I have this kind of asset which is my a fundraising prowess and my donor or less than the ability to connect with people who maybe ordinarily wouldn't donate and so i'm going to use that and turn it into a formal organisation that the gop has to pay attention to and the republican party. Is we know that. President trump is still someone who was wildly popular and someone who was and is an effective fundraiser. Paris denard is a spokesperson for the republican national committee. We are optimistic. That he will continue to be the type of former president that engages in wants to help the rmc. A fundraise denied says trump has agreed to attend an r. n. c. donors event this spring in florida where republican leaders will be encouraging donors and the former president to support their efforts heading into the midterm elections in washington. I'm kimberly adams for marketplace

President Trump Donald Trump Kristi Noem Kimberly Adams Carl Evers Hellstrom Republican Party Rhonda Suny Stony Brook Orlando South Dakota Santa Florida Paris Denard Jennifer Republican National Committee Washington
New York's 2 Largest Vaccine Sites to Date Open in Brooklyn, Queens

All Things Considered

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

New York's 2 Largest Vaccine Sites to Date Open in Brooklyn, Queens

"Carlson to new Mask. Covert vaccination sites in Brooklyn and Queens have opened with lines wrapping around the block Canarsie resident Canada, Johnson said it was a surprisingly quick process to get his first dose that Medicare Evers College in Crown Heights this morning. And is a 50 year old man with diabetes. Johnson said he had a simple reason for wanting the vaccine. I want to live. We just have to half a million mark. I don't want to be part of it. I mean, that's a lot of people. The other mass vaccination site is at York College in Jamaica, Queens. The sights are giving residents in neighboring ZIP codes priority for appointments through Saturday. That's to try to make sure that people of color who are disproportionately affected by the coronavirus

Canarsie Medicare Evers College Queens Johnson Carlson Crown Heights Brooklyn Canada Diabetes York College Jamaica
New York City gets 2 more vaccine megasites

Rush Limbaugh

00:15 sec | 8 months ago

New York City gets 2 more vaccine megasites

"To mega vaccination size opening today in New York City. There Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn and at your college in Queens. Here now is Governor Cuomo. This facility. Medgar Evers in Brooklyn, 21,000 vaccines per

Medgar Evers College Governor Cuomo New York City Brooklyn Queens Medgar Evers
Medgar Evers College, York College to open this week as New York COVID-19 vaccine sites

Curtis Sliwa

00:28 sec | 8 months ago

Medgar Evers College, York College to open this week as New York COVID-19 vaccine sites

"June. Two new Corona virus vaccine Mega sites are opening this week in the city Governor Cuomo toward one of them this morning at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn. The other site is that your college in Queens, these communities have a priority for appointments. Both vaccine sites open Wednesday thanks to lower covert positivity rates, a number of coronavirus restrictions are being eased

Medgar Evers College Cuomo Brooklyn Queens
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And concluded, quote, strong and effective, extemporaneous rhetoric cannot be nicely channeled into purely dulcet phrases. Advocate must be free to stimulate his audience with spontaneous and emotional appeals for unity and action in a common cause. When such appeals do not incite lawless action, they must be regarded as protected speech. Ever resort, Evers was actually inciting people. To commit violence, or at least he threatened violence against those who wouldn't take partners boycott. The Supreme Court found that this was a mere rhetorical flourish that you can't always use the dulcet tones of Tony Evers. You have to use the impassioned language of Charles Evers in order to get your point across. And this sort of passion in political speech is, of course, protected. Unless, he said to a crowd. There were a group of people who are refusing to follow his boycott of white businesses, which is totally not racist. Because reasons Unless, he said, there are the people who are refusing to take part in this boycott. Go beat the hell out of them right now. That would be incitement to violence, saying We need to make sure that those who take part in our boy or don't take part in our boycott, they feel the consequences of their action that's protected speech. This is why Democrats understand that if they don't try trump in the Senate, which again is unconstitutional, there's no court in the world that could possibly even support criminal charges against him because what Trump said.

Tony Evers Charles Evers Trump Supreme Court Senate
"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"When I first read Governor Evers initial Statement. I just stick my head. Guys, This isn't helpful. This is this is insightful. My initial statement was asking for calm on all five. I was asking for people to allow justice. Our system the chance to work to provide the type of justice that we all want to give the facts to find out exactly what happened. I just feel story for Just about everybody involved. Step for the riders, except for those who have incited all this, But you know, people come up and start protecting their property. Then get caught up in this stuff. I mean, the parents of people just it's just a tragedy. Piled on top of tragedy. And why do we have these tragedies Because elect officials across the country have not stepped up the plate and have not maintained or know that, in fact, they had both a TTE, least in the case of Tony Evers and Mandela Barnes, they encouraged Dis Order they encourage disorder. People protecting their property have been accused of being vigilantes, people protecting their homes accused of being vigilantes. That isn't what a vigilante is Someone practicing home defense. Personal defense under the law, and the Constitution are not vigilantes, vigilantes or people who decide they're going to make up the law because they're not happy with the way the law is, and then they go out to execute it. That's not What people who are protecting businesses in Kenosha. We're doing that what the mob was doing, though they don't like the law. They decided to take the law into their own hands, and they have decided that they're mob justice in the form of burning buildings, looted businesses and people beaten within an inch of their lives is the way it's going to be. Now, that's there, there a mob, But they sure come closer to vigilante than the folks protecting businesses in Kenosha again when, when the elected officials don't protect Streets when they don't accept their responsibility and make sure that they provide the overwhelming manpower to keep peace When you have Mob rules trying to take over. What do those elected officials expect ordinary citizens are going.

Kenosha Governor Evers Tony Evers Mandela Barnes
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"That spirit of independence is so alive and well and we happen to have a president in the Oval Office commander-in-chief who represents that rugged ask kicking American spirit so yes there are forces that are against that. Which is why. I'M COMING TO WISCONSIN ON JUNE THIRD. And by the way. Let's tell him where he's going to be. Ted nugent is going to be an Rangel Wisconsin. That's Marathon County June third at the Cubans e Expo Center. I've got a link that I can. I will post. I posted a couple of days ago. You can sign up. There is a limit to the number of people who can come. But it's a free event and you gotta come to take because all the things that you're identifying that is the essence of quality of life that entrepreneurial spirit that again I'm going to repeat the most important battlecry of all work ethic that you that you earn your own way and you go to bed. At make gratified that you made a positive difference that is still alive and well world the nugent family. It's alive and well in my neighbors here in Texas. And my good friends Michigan back in real Michigan which is not represented by the governor And it's alive and well in Wisconsin. I got blood brothers. All across the state of Wisconsin working hard playing her teachers and cops and hardware store operators and hunters and fishermen and trappers and real conservationists that salt of the earth positive force is so alive and well in this country. But the reason I'm coming to Wisconsin is because that great God family country Constitution Independent Spirit. They don't vote. Vicky. It's the liberalism and socialism and communism which is all the same. That isn't the real curse in America. The number one suicidal cross Gerson America is apathy. They don't focus now some. Do I do in a bunch of my friends do. But as a as a voting force for God's family country hunting rights gun rights student all that controversial stuff. The percentage wise they literally bend over and let the socialist make decisions for their future. Their sons in their grandkids. So that's what we're talking about. Hunt Vote Dot. Org your cat. You're right because it is a problem. And you've got all of these central Wisconsin hunters. You've got northern Wisconsin hunters you know. We're losing hunters. We're actually losing them in Wisconsin. We're losing him across America and and you wonder when you're angry the guy in Madison. Who's sitting in the in the east wing right now and you're cursing that guy out. Did you show up the last time you had an opportunity to make your voice heard and and it takes me off to. It's been a problem for a long time. Here think I can catch late that frustration and downright anger of the apathy in the disconnected. I just think an American. That doesn't vote here. We are still celebrating Memorial Day. Where Heroes Warriors absolute.

Wisconsin Ted nugent America nugent family Constitution Independent Spiri commander-in-chief president Expo Center Oval Office Gerson America Michigan Texas Rangel Vicky Hunt Madison
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Neighbors and family and friends might need without the guaranteed entrenched waste of the government that spirit of independence is so live and well, and we happen to have a president in the oval. Office commander-in-chief who represents that rugged? Ask kicking American spirit so yes, there are forces that are against. Against that, which is why I'm coming to Wisconsin on June third, and by the way, let's tell him where he's going to be Ted. Nugent is going to be an rangel. Wisconsin. That's Marathon County June third at the Cubans. E Expo Center I've got a link that I can. I will post. I posted a couple of days ago. You can sign up. There is a limit to the number of people who can come, but it's a free event. And you gotta come to take because all the things that you're identifying that is the essence of quality of life that entrepreneurial spirit that again I'm going to repeat the most important battlecry of all work ethic that you that you earn your own way, and you go to bed at make gratified that you made a positive difference that is still alive and well world the nugent family it's alive, and well in my neighbors here in Texas and my good friends Michigan. Michigan back in Real Michigan, which is not represented by the governor and it's alive, and well in Wisconsin I got blood brothers all across the state of Wisconsin working hard playing her teachers and cops and hardware store operators and hunters and fishermen and trappers and real conservationists that salt of the earth positive force is so alive and well in this country, but the reason I'm coming to Wisconsin is because that great God family country constitution independent spirit they don't. Vote Vicky. It's. The liberalism and socialism and Communism, which is all the same. That isn't the real curse in America, the number, one suicidal cross Gerson. America is apathy. They don't focus now. Some do I do in a bunch of my friends do, but as a as a voting force for God's family country hunting rights gun rights student all that controversial stuff. The percentage wise. They literally bend over and let the socialist make decisions for their future. Their sons in their grandkids. So that's what we're talking about. Hunt Vote Dot. Org. Your cat, you're right because it is a problem and you've got all of these central Wisconsin hunters. You've got northern Wisconsin hunters. You know we're losing hunters. We're actually losing them in Wisconsin. We're losing him across America and and you wonder when you're angry. The guy in Madison who's sitting in the in the east wing right now and you're cursing. That guy out did you show up the last time you had an opportunity to make your voice heard, and and it takes me off to. It's been a problem for a long time here. Think I can catch late that frustration and. Downright anger. Of the apathy in the disconnected I just think an American. That doesn't vote here. We are still celebrating Memorial Day. Where Heroes Warriors, absolute.

Wisconsin America Nugent commander-in-chief Michigan president E Expo Center Ted Texas Vicky Madison Hunt
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"What's coming up on the program? Well crossing my fingers that we're going to be able to pull this off Ted nugent going to be making an appearance in Marathon County next week. And he's going to join me on the program. He's with a group called Hunter Nation. And they have launched an effort called hunt the vote. So we'll be checking in with Ted nugent crossing my fingers. It's been a long time. Since I've been able to have. Ted nugent on the program. I figure what I'm going to do is just kind of put my feet up here in the studio. PUNK A couple of quarters into Ted. Let him rip. Usually the best the best game plan. For Ted, nugent he is, he's not shy this fellow. So we're GONNA BE, checking in with Mr nugent coming up, also the Department of Workforce Development claims they're doing everything they can to processes. Unemployment claims they're just six hundred thousand plus. Not processed, but they're doing everything they can. They extended the hours from seven thirty to three thirty. Now it's. Seven, thirty, two five. Yes. To to whole extra hours, and that was only after they were the Department of Workforce Development Levers Administration were beaten stupid. With embarrassment. In the last week, so for all of the of the beatings. that. Talk Radio is giving the Administration Matt kittle and Empower Wisconsin was giving administration. The macgyver institute was giving the administration. Two hours were added. And somewhere around sixty more employees. So. You six hundred seventy thousand people who are still waiting. You should have your wait time cut by. Maybe. A day or two? It's only gonNA be a month. To wait instead of a month and a day all right, but anyway more on that because the administration's blaming. Scott, Walker for his face plant as he, shutdown. Wisconsin's economy without a plan. So that's coming up on the program I don't know how many of you happen to catch this news. A freedom of information actress Federal Freedom of Information Act request was sent to Governor Jay Inslee in Washington state. and. Governor, inslee dragged his feet. Didn't WANNA comply with a request ultimately though the request was was met. And what we learned from Washington State and this obviously begs the question across the country. What we learned in Washington state or that. Numbers of covid nineteen. Cases resulting in death. included. People who were shot by gang bangers? And died. But also happened test positive for covid nineteen. People who were killed in drunk driving crashes? Who Died? Also tested positive for covid nineteen. In fact thirteen percent? Of Washington State's. Covert nineteen deaths. have absolutely nothing to do with cove nineteen. More on that coming up on the program as well. Let's see what else we had police departments to there. Forever, shame. Shutting Down Church services this weekend. Particularly, embarrassing example of that came from the city of Chicago. A- Baptist church barricaded the doors. To to attempt to hold a service. When Chicago police came Boston in. They were not the only church in the country. There were others but. Police departments. Guys have job to do, and it's not an easy job particularly in a city like Chicago but. If someone's telling you to go shakedown some baptists. Hallelujah Fest Saint. Just say no. Say. We've got other things to do other problems to solve. The ten bodies that dropped in Chicago and Memorial Day weekend setting a new memorial day record for the city I gotta take a quick break all right hopefully, ted. Nugent will join.

Ted nugent Washington State Department of Workforce Develo Chicago Wisconsin Governor Jay Inslee Marathon County Hunter Nation Department of Workforce Develo Matt kittle A- Baptist church Washington state. Walker Scott Boston
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"THAT COMMERCIAL? Break this one from Joel. Not only are you not allowed to visit? Your loved one. While in hospice, there are many assisted living facilities were not allowing hospice nurses and aides in unless the person is very close to death, chaplains or social workers, either so really. What's use of hospice right now here? Is David? Thank you for all you do. Our Father passed away on March ninth. Not of the virus. He was ninety six year old World War Two veteran as a large family. He had seven children. We've not been able to gather as A. A family to mourn his passing, no funeral was allowed. His wake was limited to ten people in the funeral home at the time, which meant as a family, we still could not be together. We gathered small group of the family's spread out at Union Grove for his burial and had a twenty one gun salute. We know we are not the only ones feeling loss and confusion at this time, but we're happy that our father who fought major battles in Europe for this country is now in heaven with mom and not able to see this great country. Lose itself. And then here is I'm a flip at one of the freighter clinics, not going to say the name of this person. Obviously my hours along with everyone else's have been cut in half now. A lot of employees are not even getting their unemployment. We're not sure on the unemployment side or the freighter side. Awful bottom is that came in to take the other half of my hours. Today told me she got thirteen weeks last. Thirteen hours last week is a single mom. Wow now. No unemployment, check. What's going on is ridiculous. There is no reason why we we all can't be wearing peas and see patients we get fitted for. All the time when it comes time to use them, we're not allowed. These stories. And you want interested. I am. It's not just about Cova nineteen confirmation numbers. It's not just about you know data on unemployment. It's not just about taught vague talk of problems in the economy and the potential for depression. Is a real people. Through your neighbors. Your kids your friends. That's who they are. They're the people who make that wonderful small town that you live in worth living in. This is the Vicki McKenna show..

Joel Vicki McKenna Union Grove Europe Cova David
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Just three more. That just came in. Was that commercial. Break this one from Joel. Not only are you not allowed to visit your loved one. While in hospice there are many assisted. Living facilities were not allowing hospice nurses and aides in unless the person is very close to death. No chaplains or social workers. Either so really. What's use of hospice right now? Here is David thank you for all you do. Our Father passed away on March ninth. Not of the virus. He was ninety six year old World War Two veteran as a large family. He had seven children. We've not been able to gather as a family to mourn. His passing. No funeral was allowed. His wake was limited to ten people in the funeral home at the time which meant as a family. We still could not be together. We gathered small group of the family's spread out at Union Grove for his burial. And how to twenty one gun salute. We know we are not the only ones feeling loss and confusion at this time. But we're happy that our father who fought major battles in Europe for this country is now in heaven with mom and not able to see this great country lose itself and then here is. I'm a flip at one of the freighter clinics. Not Going to say the name of this person. Obviously my hours along with everyone else's have been cut in half now. A lot of employees are not even getting their unemployment. We're not sure on the unemployment side or the freighter side. Awful bottom is that came in to take the other. Half of my hours today told me. She got thirteen weeks last thirteen hours. Last week is a single mom. Wow now no unemployment check. What's going on is ridiculous. There is no reason why we we all can't be wearing peas and see patients we get fitted for all the time when it comes time to use them. We're not allowed these stories and you want interested I am. It's not just about Cova. Nineteen confirmation numbers. It's not just about you know data on unemployment. It's not just about taught. Vague talk of problems in the economy and the potential for depression is a real people through your neighbors. Your kids your friends. That's who they are. They're the people who make that wonderful small town that you live in worth living in. This is the Vicki McKenna show..

Joel Vicki McKenna depression Union Grove Europe Cova David
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

12:49 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Up the phone book. Flip the pages and just start dialing for dollars to get stories of the impact on this. We'll be right back well. No sight hearing Wisconsin unless the legislature does something. Unless somebody can sue this governor into submission. We're just going to sit around and wait until quote health experts. Make the call. And whether we can open up Wisconsin's economy last. I checked health. Experts have no idea about economics and health experts not the health experts. That are out there telling people like me when I was talking to a couple of them over the weekend of these protests that it's high time for us to set Wisconsin free. It's GonNa share some stories that I heard over the weekend regarding the impact of this shutdown and I don't know why the media the mainstream press the statewide mainstream press the Journal Sentinel Hey Journal Sentinel feel free to contact me. I will get you in contact with ways to to access these people. I'm about to share with you. Why why is the media not camped out and out front and And asking medical professionals. Why hospitals are empty. Why aren't you doing that? Why aren't you over at the at the field hospitals that aren't actually servicing any critically? Ill people and they're not necessary because all of the other hospitals in the state of Wisconsin have abundant beds and ventilators. Why aren't you doing that story? Why aren't you doing this story on the problem? With Corona virus in Wisconsin being one maximum two areas in the state and the rest of the state having to essentially live on life support and government Dole. Because Milwaukee can't seem to get attacked together. Why aren't you doing those stories? Me Just share a couple of these. This is Richard from Edgerton Wisconsin. My nephew died alone at U. W. Because they stopped all visitors. I have two injections and other health. Saving Appointments Canceled Myself. I have a tooth that needs work to help whole dentures in place but cannot get the care due to the governor shutdown in two weeks myself employment business. We'll go out of business. Here's Brent from Rothschild Wisconsin. My mom needs to have worked on an a heart valve. That's being postponed. Because of the shutdown it's unknown at this time when she will be able to have this done her condition Causes Water Retention Eighth. Eb high blood pressure in her lungs and causes her to be out of breath just from walking one room to the next in her home. By the way Brent it also puts her at high risk for corona virus. Not Having these problems addressed here shelley and need surgery on my elbow but can't get it right now so I was given a brace to try. I wake up one to everyone to three hours all night. Long with hurting shooting pain in my arm from my elbow to my hand. I can't have surgery done because it's considered elective. Need to sleep well to stay as healthy as possible to keep away the virus. But I can't sleep at all because my elbow and arm hurts so much. It's frustrating not to be able to go to the doctor and get someone to take care of this. My husband works for the clinic. We go to. But it's been furloughed because they can't do elective surgeries. Here is an from Franklin. My mom is in assisted living facility. I haven't been able to see her. Since March since March twelfth. Her health is deteriorating in my my family has to take the word of the facility. She's being cared for. I'm afraid that she will die before we can see her again or she won't remember who we are by the time we get to see her. I know people have worse situations than mine but I don't want her life to end this way here. Is I have severe atomic dermatitis. It's never responded well to creams or steroids. My skin blisters cracks and Burns because of governor. Ige Order have not been able to get my phototherapy treatment. My doctor had me increase the usage of prescription creams. But it's not controlling my symptoms. My skin feels like it's burning or itching constantly. I was down to one treatment a week. Once I'm able to get the phototherapy again hopefully soon. I'll have to have it three times a week and that puts me at higher risk for skin. Cancer here is Lisa from West in. My friend is dying hospice alone. Because I can't go and hug her and hold her hand. I don't have Kovic. She doesn't have covid. It's unreasonable to make her suffer this way. I watch her cry through a window. Governor Uber's Lettuce Comfort are sick and help those in trouble on like this my eardrum this is Dave and point at my eardrum ruptured on March seventh as a result of an ear infection. I'm still partially Daf is but I may. I am unable to see an ent doctor for further treatment as any treatment for this condition is considered. Elective here Sharon abroad head. I'm in self quarantine due to the delay in my scheduled surgeries because of the extended shutdown governor issued. I will be waiting for the removal of a large gallstone and my gallbladder along with needing a biopsy on a growth in my uterus. I'm scared to death waiting. These problems were found when I had an emergency appendectomy on February fourteenth. I had the surgery scheduled but they have been canceled until further notice goes on. Why are these stories filling the papers? Why aren't getting news? Alerts from television stations saying that they've got one of these people. They've interviewed for a story. Why is no one talking about this? Why is everybody assuming that the only answer to dealing with this virus is a total and complete shutdown and putting sad and suffering people in isolation and keeping them away from their loved ones doctors? Why has nobody in the media? Ask if this is the only way to do it. You know what you'd be able to doctors like this doctor who says let me share some data with you. Data is important and local. Data's even more important when it comes to making decisions guys. Marathon County as of two PM on April Sixteenth in Marathon County. There have been a grand total of confirmed cove at thousand nineteen cases in total to date. We are one of the main referral centers for a fourteen county region and most of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan Sixteen documented positive patients. The one person who Sitcom to and fifteen was an eighty five year old with many other medical problems sad. Yes very unfortunate but predictable in the hospital system where I work. We are currently averaging less than three admissions a week that have the corona virus and this is an assistant with over five hundred hospital beds. We have basically shut down our hospital system. And all its working parts for these few admissions. We are now starting to understand that the large majority of people that contract the coronavirus will well recover without ever knowing they were infected data released Friday by Stanford researchers looking at cases in California suggests that case would tell rates. They're likely range between point. One two point two percent similar to that of a bad case of seasonal flu rather than the initial models Jesse mortality of three to four percent the constant barrage of media reports certainly doesn't help to interpret the actual reality of what most of us are seeing on the ground especially here in central Wisconsin. Needless to say a one shoe fits all approach. This problem is inconsistent with what many of us in the medical community. See in think. We Are Not New York. We are not even Milwaukee. We're just Wausau Wisconsin. How are we not hearing these stories? Is it secret? Is the big secret that people can't get their medical care. Is that the big secret that all of these medical professionals are being furloughed. Is it a big secret? That hospital beds are going. Unfilled is the big secret that doctors doctors who are seeing patients do not consider this. The the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen is not a big secret that we're not supposed to have anybody able to processes information and make decisions for themselves whether or not it's time to open up their business. That is a big secret. I wonder because we're treating it like a secret. I saw a story. Today that Mark Zuckerberg is going to be shutting down any event pages that are planning protests against the shutdown because quote the event pages are spreading misinformation. Really because the event pages that I've been seeing are simply talking about people wanting their freedom back. Is that misinformation? I don't think it's misinformation Mr Zuckerberg and you're a zillionaire. So quite frankly I don't you have felt the impact like the rest of Wisconsin or Illinois or Indiana or Minnesota or Michigan or Iowa have fouled. Apparently it's a big secret. Don't WanNa let people organized a protest because to get information that there are a whole bunch of people who want to just simply go back to work and want to take responsibility for themselves and their own health is a secret that is not permitted to be consumed widely by the users of facebook. It's getting crazy the people who have us under lock and key like US under lock and key. The people who are making these decisions do not care that a man had to not lost the ability be with his nephew in hospice or lady. Can't see your best friend who's in hospice or somebody with a burst. Eardrum can't get surgery to correct the problem where somebody who's got a growth under uris isn't able to have that growth removed and biopsy for cancer. Apparently the quote health experts that we're relying on in Wisconsin. Don't think any of this is a big deal. Don't think the restaurant that can open that had to that had a family's life saving sunk into it never being able to recover the losses inflicted on it by government. Apparently nobody thinks that's a big deal. Apparently the media doesn't think that's a big deal. Tony apparently doesn't think it's a big deal Andrea Palm doesn't think it's a big deal and quite frankly I'm not sure Republican leadership in the state legislature. Thinks it's a big deal. It's it's astonishing. There are thousands of personal interest stories. That people would click all day on. Click. Were these stories. That are just not being done because apparently it's a secret to let anybody know these people exist before I close in this particular segment. Let me personally think Racine County sheriff? Christopher smiling who has announced he no longer intends to dispatch his sheriff's deputies to enforce Tony e either Corona Virus Rules until May twenty sixth. Thank you sheriffs mailing Sean County. Washington County Taylor County. Some sheriffs are starting to realize that this has gone too far that we have overstepped. Our government has overstepped the boundaries in forcing us into isolation and denying people access to doctors denying people accessed to access to companionship. Denying people access to their own citizenship. Thank you sure smelling and county for putting out a statement that says you know what that's up to the health department to enforce these rules because I'm not GonNa do it anymore. I'll be right back. This is the Vicki McKenna. Show.

Wisconsin Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Cancer Marathon County Washington County Taylor Count Racine County Michigan Edgerton Wisconsin Rothschild Wisconsin Brent Mark Zuckerberg heart valve Sean County US Water Retention shelley facebook Richard
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"My symptoms. My skin feels like it's burning or itching. Constantly I was down to one treatment a week once. I'm able to get the phototherapy again. Hopefully soon I'll have to have it three times a week, and that puts me at higher risk for Skin Cancer Here, is Lisa from West in. My friend is dying hospice alone because I can't. Go and hug her and hold her hand. I don't have Kovic. She doesn't have covid. It's unreasonable to make her suffer this way I watch her cry through a window governor. Uber's Lettuce Comfort are sick and help those in trouble. On like this, my eardrum, this is Dave and point at my eardrum ruptured on March seventh as a result of an ear infection I'm still partially DAF is a result, but I may I am unable to see an ent doctor for further treatment as any treatment for this condition is considered elective. Here Sharon abroad head I'm in self quarantine due to the delay in my scheduled surgeries because of the extended shutdown governor. Issued I will be waiting for the removal of a large gallstone and my gallbladder along with needing a biopsy on a growth in my uterus I'm scared to death waiting. These problems were found when I had an emergency appendectomy on February fourteenth. I had the surgery scheduled, but they have been canceled until further notice. Goes on. Why are these stories filling the papers? Why aren't getting? News alerts from television stations? Saying that they've got one of these people they've interviewed for a story. Why is no one talking about this? Why is everybody assuming that the only answer to dealing with this virus is a total and complete shutdown and putting sad and suffering people in isolation and keeping them away from their loved ones doctors. Why has nobody in the media? Ask if this is the only way to do it, you know what you'd be able to doctors like this doctor. Who says let me share some data with you. Data is important and local data's even more important when it comes to making decisions, guys Marathon County as of two PM on April sixteenth in Marathon County there have been a grand total of. Confirmed cove at nine cases in total to date, we are one of the main referral centers for a fourteen county region, and most of the upper. Peninsula of Michigan, Sixteen documented positive patients. The one person who Sitcom to and fifteen was an eighty five year old with many other medical problems. Sad, yes, very unfortunate, but predictable in the hospital system where I work, we are currently averaging less than three admissions a week that have the corona virus, and this is an assistant with over five hundred hospital beds. We have basically shut down our hospital system, and all its working parts for these few admissions. We are now starting to understand that the large majority of people that contract the coronavirus will well recover without ever knowing. They were infected data released Friday by Stanford researchers looking at cases in California suggests that case would tell rates they're likely range between point one two point, two percent similar to that of a bad case of seasonal flu, rather than the initial models Jesse mortality of. Of three to four percent, the constant barrage of media reports certainly doesn't help to interpret the actual reality of what most of us are seeing on the ground especially here in central Wisconsin needless to say a one shoe fits all approach. This problem is inconsistent with what many of us in the medical community see in think. We Are Not New York. We are not even Milwaukee. We're just Wausau Wisconsin. How are we not hearing these stories? Is it secret? Is there a big secret that people can't get their medical care? Is that the big secret that all of these medical professionals are being furloughed? Is it a big secret? That hospital beds are going? UNFILLED is the big secret that doctors doctors who are seeing patients do not consider this. The the Spanish flu pandemic of nineteen eighteen is not a big secret that we're not supposed to have anybody able to processes information and make decisions for themselves whether or not, it's time to open up their business. That is a big secret. I wonder. Because we're treating it like a secret, I saw a story today. That Mark Zuckerberg is going to be shutting down any event pages that are planning protests against the shutdown. Because quote, the event pages are spreading misinformation really because the event pages that I've been seeing are simply talking about people wanting their freedom back. Is that misinformation I? Don't think it's misinformation Mr Zuckerberg and you're a zillionaire so quite frankly i. don't you have felt the impact like the rest of Wisconsin, or Illinois, or Indiana or Minnesota or Michigan or Iowa have fouled. Apparently it's a big secret. Don't WanNA. Let people organized a protest because to get information that there are a whole bunch of people who want to just simply go back to work and want to take responsibility for themselves, and their own health is a secret that is not permitted to be consumed widely by the users of facebook. It's getting crazy. The people who have us under lock and key like us under lock and key. The people who are making these decisions do not care that a man had to. Not lost the ability be with his nephew in hospice or lady can't see your best friend who's in hospice or somebody with a burst? Eardrum can't get surgery to correct the problem where somebody who's got a growth under uris isn't able to have that growth removed and biopsy for cancer. Apparently the quote health experts that we're relying on in Wisconsin. Don't think any of this.

Wisconsin Marathon County Michigan Mark Zuckerberg facebook Lisa Kovic Milwaukee Sharon Dave Stanford California New York Jesse mortality Iowa Indiana Minnesota
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Back. And welcome back. Where is the me the media? On anything except? Pumping out positive tests, numbers and Deaths! Without actually talking about what the real denominator is of the numerator, but not the real denominated, because we don't know how many people have been exposed to over thousand. It's orders of magnitude larger than the people who've tested positive for it. Where's the media? Where's the media knocking on business doors trying to get hold of people who have? A week or two left before there completely destitute. Where's the media seeking out the stories? We'll tell you where the journal Sentinel was on Saturday. We're covering the Brookefield puck protests, which was quite large, given that it was a very ad kind of protest. They were there. And when they did their story. They decided to make some guy who had a confederate flag. A feature. Incentive walking up and saying hey. Tell us your story. How is this affected you? On their website, I didn't see the paper copy, but on their website they decided to makes one guy I of video of the entire protests I never even saw this one guy, but apparently he was there with a confederate flag, one of the featured pictures why? They wanted to suggest that the only people who are protesting governor governor efforts. Are Republicans, I, guess and then all Republicans are racist. Because one guy had a.

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Do them in other places if we follow the proper guidelines and we do things the right way we don't need the government the shutdown forever to be able to slowly stagger back in and do it in a way that protects the health and safety of ourselves. Our Families Internet looking at a story here Cnn business experts say it may be time for grocery stores to ban customers from coming inside. Are you kidding me? This is the they'll never let it go. Here's the thing this has become political. It has become political. This isn't about you know. Let can't we just sit down and talk to reasonable governor? Tony Eve irs and have him understand that. We are already passed the point of this so-called fourteen day decline. And it's time to start reopening Wisconsin. Because I it is now become abundantly. Clear that the people who control the power do not want to let go of the power and the press isn't interested in telling the real story they're not camped out in front of hospitals. And saying how come there's no one here? They're not interviewing people who can't get their medical appointments. They're not trying to find out the stories of those life savings wasted by government action to take away people's ability to live And support their families. They will not let this go until the economy is in such dire conditions. I believe that president trump wouldn't stand a snowball's chance in hell of getting reelected sorry situation in we need to demand. Is that people give us real plans from not just some deferred off Timeframe that you know when the Governor Iverson other governors last week announced times although we're one of the farthest back of any states out there they're even New York is talking about a sooner we opening. We are here in the state of Wisconsin. But the let's let's look at the facts. They keep talking about data. Let's look at the data. Let's look at the data right now. Look at it for the next week or two with look at what not. Just the president. The president last week and the vice-president rolled out a plan with the full support of Doctor. She with the full support of Dr Burks. It's amazing to me. How many in the media gravitate to what they say except when it appears as though it's in line with the president they laid out a reasonable plan of gallons and how to reopen America. Let's hold not only our governor but governors all across America and say. What is your plan to live up to that. What is your plan? You get to that point. You can't just be we're GONNA hide our head under the bed. Wait 'til Memorial Day. It's got to be. What are we going to do to safely and certainly prepare to reopen the economy? And what are the steps that we're gonNA take right now? The frustrating thing is whether you're a Democrat or Republican or somewhere in between. Nobody really knows what that plan is. And nobody knows we to May twenty six and if it doesn't just get push back until June or July after that that would be devastating again not just to the economy. It'd be devastating for the other healthy on this. We talked about that. People aren't getting access to healthcare providers for skywalker. Thank you for coming on the program today. Good to have you with to be well all right. Thank you very much already has been devastating. I'm going to share some of the stories that I heard over the weekend from people who aren't able to just go to the doctor aren't able to just flip the light switch on and go back to work we'll be right.

president Wisconsin Dr Burks New York Cnn America Tony Eve irs trump vice-president
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

07:44 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"My mind mother found out years ago. She had breast cancer thankfully, really early through a three D. Mammogram as opposed to a Tutti, she went right in right away got treated. has been healthy. I've ever. Ever since, but that only would have showed up when she went in right away for her scheduled exam. If she delayed it for a couple of months, it could have been far far worse. That's just one of the many programs problems we have. You're not I worry all across America. There's examples of people in government suspending commonsense. There's gotta be a logical way. We gotta lay out of plants. I've been saying this for weeks I. Right People read it in the. The Washington. Times I read about. How do we get the economy? We do it through a staggered process. We that I would tell people if you're upset if you're out whether you're protesting or not show people that you that we can go back. Where usually wear masks stay? A reasonable distance show people. This is the way that we ultimately real on Wisconsin and we can do. We're smart enough. We get this weekend. If you tell small businesses. Hey, we open they're. They're going to understand it as they want customers in their business. They're going to have to show that. It's safe and it's healthy, and it's clean and they can do that. We don't need the government dictate every term lay out the guidelines and lets small business owners again through a staggered process, reopen the economy and get back to not just the economy, but get back to treating people with things other than just crony buyers that will save their lives as well. And that's something else is that? The, there's actually a personal health impact because you can't go see doctors now. There is also the stress level impact of someone who doesn't know if they're going to ever be able to pay the bills again or ever be able to put back the pieces of their lives I talked to a lady who twenty five years ago with her friend. started a nail salon and I. I know nail salons aren't essential businesses right while it was essential to her because she pays her mortgage with that, nail, Salon and her friend pays the mortgage with the Nail Salon, so all of this idea of essential business versus non essential business. You've got small towns around Wisconsin that are ghost towns right now because all of the restaurants have shut down all the local mom and And pop shops have shut down. Many of them are never gonNA. Come back online, so the idea that will. This isn't essential business, but this isn't an essential business. Here's another impact that it has. It's essential for everybody by the way, and as you noticed how bad the economy is doing right now. Clearly, it's essential for the economy, the idea of the non essential businesses a nonsensical. Nonsensical term, but here's the other thing. Schools institutions being shut down or having a drastic impact on our dairy farms in our farms, generally so shutting things down as quote. Nonessential means Wisconsin agriculture is on bended knee, hoping to God. They're going to be able to hang on just long enough to survive before they have to euthanize cows, or or or do something like sell their land. Well you mentioned examples. Here's another one. I was talking checking people all the time, and when individuals telling me his spouse, owns a hair salon. Where everyone of the people that work, there have their own space, not not just a cubicle, literally their own room. They have an individual room. That's your business model. They at least it out from her. She owns the franchise. Every single one of these people's away from someone else i. said whether it's Today tomorrow. May I may twenty six whatever point it is the future obviously for her to bring customers in for people. She works with the bring customers in. She's going to have to prove to them that that safe, but let people like curd. Dude, let let's open the door to say. Yeah here. The things you need to do and then again that's why I stress. When people are making this point, don't feed into the attack from those who want more government who went more restrictions more regulation by going out, and you know not wearing a mask, and and being huddled together with a bunch of the people show how? How logical small businesses are going to operate when they reopened? They're gonNA. Make sure they're safe. They're gonNA. Make the case out there. So that customers coveted business we can do that. The best example I give is, we're already doing it when you go to the grocery store. People do these things right when you go to the drugstore. People do these things. If we can do them safely there, we can over time. Do them in other places. If we follow the proper guidelines and we do things the right way, we don't need the government, the shutdown forever to be able to slowly stagger back in and do. Do It in a way that protects the health and safety of ourselves. Our Families Internet looking at a story here CNN business. Experts say it may be time for grocery stores to ban customers from coming inside. Are you kidding me? This is the they'll never let it go. Here's the thing this has become political. It has become political. This isn't about you know. Let. Can't we just sit down and talk to reasonable Governor Tony Eve irs and have him understand that we are already passed the point of this so-called fourteen day decline, and it's time to start reopening Wisconsin. Because I it is now become abundantly. Abundantly clear that the people who control the power do not want to let go of the power, and the press isn't interested in telling the real story. They're not camped out in front of hospitals and saying how come there's no one here. They're not interviewing people who can't get their medical appointments. They're not trying to find out the stories of those life savings wasted by government action to take away people's ability to live and support their families. They will not let this go until the economy is in such dire conditions. I believe that president trump wouldn't stand a snowball's chance in hell of getting reelected. Sorry situation in we need to demand is that people give us real plans from not just some deferred off timeframe that you know when the? Governor Iverson other governors last week announced times. Although we're one of the farthest back in any states out there, they're even. Talking about a sooner we opening, we are here in the state of Wisconsin, but the let's let's look at the facts. They keep talking about data. Let's look at the data. Let's look at the data right now. Look at it for the next week or two with look at what not just the president, the president last week and the vice-president rolled out a plan. Plan with the full support of doctor, she with the full support of Dr Burks. It's amazing to me. How many in the media gravitate to what they say? Except when it appears as though it's in line with the president, they laid out a reasonable plan of gallons and how to reopen America. Let's hold not only our governor, but governors all across America. Say, what is your plan to live up to that? What is your plan? You get to that point you can't just be. We're GONNA. Hide our head under the bed. Wait 'til, Memorial Day. It's got to be what are we going to do to safely and certainly prepare to reopen the economy? And what are the steps that we're GONNA? Take right now. The frustrating thing is whether you're a Democrat or Republican or somewhere in between. Nobody really knows what that plan is and nobody knows we to May twenty six. And if it doesn't just get push-back. Until June or July after that that would be devastating again not just to the economy. It'd be devastating for the other healthy on this. We talked about that. People aren't getting access to healthcare providers for. Skywalker, thank you for coming on the program today. Good to have you. With to be well all right? Thank you very much already has been devastating. I'm going to share some of the stories. That I heard over the weekend. From people who aren't able to just go to the doctor aren't able to just flip the light switch on and go back to work. We'll be right.

Wisconsin president America Nail Salon Washington CNN Governor Iverson Salon Skywalker Dr Burks Tony Eve irs trump vice-president
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

12:08 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Out. It doesn't look like we actually have a way to say. Here's the date. We're going to open Wisconsin also on the program today I'm GonNa talk about those protests. There's a big one coming up on Friday. Don't ask me about the organizers of this this is really a citizens ad hoc protest and it is growing by leaps and bounds. So I don't know the organizers I'm hoping to be able to get one of them on the air to talk about it but suffice to say one PM on Friday and your your participation if you want governor everts to be more specific than he's been is going to be required in some capacity on Friday where a mask do whatever you want but unless we start saying you do what we say. You're not the king of us. We shows you to represent us so we'll get to that coming up on the program. I've got some personal and painful stories about the impact of the shutdown here in Wisconsin as we now are are fully through our fourth week of this. But let's start with Governor Scott Walker. I'm glad you're able to come on the program today. A lot of people have been saying governor. This wouldn't happen if Scott Walker governor. So don't WanNa we start there would you have. Would you have made these decisions? Similarly as governor everts has to lack down our state. He's not the only governor doing it. Well the missing. Yeah Vicki the missing ingredient all this is the why not just the what what I mean by. That is on the onset when when governor neighbors other governors across the country. But I talking about this. Remember was saying Up until days before he did the order or his administration the order that they weren't GonNa shut down then. Obviously a bit a shock when it came to legislative leaders who felt like they were told one thing and not the other but the bottom line is we need to be explaining. Not only here Wisconsin but across the country. Why were doing things in and what they will lead to. And that's been missing out here. I think the coronavirus is real. I treat it seriously tonette night. Where masks we stay within a distance of six feet or more from other people were doing all the right things out there? But there's no explanation with this latest order last week as to why may twenty six People understandably are growing restless because they don't understand why lay out the facts. Lay at the parameters you alluded to. I look at the Hospital Association data and they showed the beginning of April was when we had the high water mark in terms of new cases. We've had less than that. Simpson it. It absent flows a little bit but it it has never been Since the beginning of April as high as it was that first week we need to know. What's the game plan for? Not just reopening Wisconsin. But I. I've argued for weeks in my writings in the Washington Times. We need to stagger this. We could start with manufacturing in the traits we can ease into other areas. We can lay out real criteria. Small businesses can say. I can do all those things. I'll keep my customer safe. I'll keep my employees safe cow me what I need to do and I'll go out and do but saying we're not going to be open. Memorial Day is just not the right thing to do particularly without an explanation. I was up in Marathon County. They have sixteen cases six teen. Why is Marathon County? Shut down you know why is Wazzan? Mohsen knee shutdown. Why is Northern Wisconsin? Shutdown? Why is Central Wisconsin? Shut down you know if the if the problem is one portion of Milwaukee County Aka the city of Milwaukee. It's not even Madison Scott. I'm looking at. I'm looking at University of Wisconsin. Hospital data that has total confirmed cases. Now at three hundred seventeen in house meaning hospitalized eighteen in the whole region. That you w hospital services so all of Dane County and a little bit beyond eighteen people in the hospital so why I would even put Dane County then in a list of why is Dane County. Also consider to be to be locked down your tickets affirmative icky so it's not understandably people economy small business owners workers others frustrated but I would say even for the health standpoint obviously protecting the health and safety of our fellow citizens incredibly important. But we're getting at a point now where you're talking about. Not Opening up the state until Memorial Day weekend. What about all the doctor's Office? What about all the clinics? What about all the hospitals where people would normally going in to get routine checkups corn? Getting them now for weeks if not months at a time. What about the impact? That has an early detection for cancer and other ailments out there there is a health impact on keeping the state shutdown without any rational explanation for how to get back that goes beyond just dealing with the coronavirus virus sorts. It's not even just about the economy. It's about the health impact this has. There's got to be illogical plan. Unconcerned about coronavirus. No doubt about one to defeat coronavirus. I wanted to feed it here. Wisconsin across the country. But I also WanNa make sure we find a way to get the economy back going again that we're able to get back to life where we can keep you healthy and other regards and I want to make sure that here in Wisconsin across the nation. We're not seeing the kind of encroachment on civil liberties that we increasingly see. Whether it's shutting down people were coming in for goodness sakes to a drive-in For a church service or people who are out on a boat fishing somewhere in each instance whether or not doing anything to harm the health and safety of their neighbors out there and dig hand of the government seems to be growing greater and greater across the country. Those things you can't pick one. You gotTA addressed all three of economy and the civil liberties of America and it's not an you said. We have not done a rational analysis. And it's true again. Everybody needs to see Al. Find the map and put it up online for you. You need to see what the state of Wisconsin looks like. And look where the cases are. It's Milwaukee County. It isn't Kenosha as much as it's Milwaukee County. It isn't even if you go even further west. It isn't even Dane Kelly. It's Milwaukee County where the problem is target Milwaukee County. I but but at the same time Scott I just got an email from someone. Said took a drive through the freighter. It's a ghost town there. I got an email from somebody else who said that one of the family members one of his family members was just furloughed who works at Milwaukee Area Hospital. He didn't want to tell me which one we got. All across Johnson under reported stories. Some of the biggest layoffs are coming to healthcare professionals. Who aren't working directly in treating patients with the krona virus that it's defies logic at the press isn't picking up on this and again like I said the reason unless you're an emergency room where you're seeing Covid nineteen overwhelmingly. The other healthcare workers are back at home themselves. Either laid off or just sent home one way or the other and think about all the early detection. My mind mother Found out years ago she had breast cancer thankfully really early through a three D. Mammogram as opposed to a Tutti. She went right in right away. Got Treated Has Been Healthy. I've ever since. But that only would have showed up when she went in right away for her scheduled exam if she delayed it for a couple of months it could have been far far worse. That's just one of the many programs problems we have. You're not I worry. All across America there's examples of people in government suspending commonsense. There's gotta be a logical way. We gotta lay out of plants. I've been saying this for weeks. I right people read it in the Washington Times I read about. How do we get the economy we do it through a staggered process? We that I would tell people if you're upset if you're out whether you're protesting or not show people that you that we can go back recently. Where a masks stay a reasonable distance? Show people this is the way that we ultimately realized on Wisconsin. And we can do. We're smart enough. We get this weekend if you tell small businesses. Hey we open. They're going to understand it as they want customers in their business. They're going to have to show that it's safe and it's healthy and it's clean and they can do that we don't need the government dictate. Every term lay at the guidelines and lets small business owners again through a staggered process. Reopen the economy. And get back to not just the economy but get back to treating people with things other than just crony buyers. That will save their lives as well. And that's something else is that the there's actually a personal health impact because you can't go see doctors now. There is also the stress level impact of someone. Who doesn't know if they're going to ever be able to pay the bills again or ever be able to put back the pieces of their lives. I talked to a lady who twenty five years ago with her friend. started a nail salon and I know nail salons aren't essential businesses right while it was essential to her because she pays her mortgage with that Nail Salon and her friend pays the mortgage with the Nail Salon. So all of this idea of essential business versus non essential business. You've got small towns around Wisconsin. That are ghost towns right now because all of the restaurants have shut down all the local mom and pop shops. Have shut down. Many of them are never gonNA come back online. So the idea that will. This isn't essential business but this isn't an essential business. Here's another impact that it has. It's essential for everybody by the way and as you noticed how bad the economy is doing right now. Clearly it's essential for the economy the idea of the non essential businesses a nonsensical term. But here's the other thing. Schools institutions being shut down or having a drastic impact on our dairy farms in our farms generally so shutting things down as quote nonessential means Wisconsin. Agriculture is on bended knee. Hoping to God they're going to be able to hang on just long enough to survive before they have to euthanize cows or or or do something like sell their land. Well you mentioned examples. Here's another one. I was talking checking people all the time. And when individuals telling me his spouse Owns a hair salon where everyone of the people that work there have their own space? Not Not just a cubicle. Literally their own room. They have an individual room. That's your business model. They at least it out from her. She owns the franchise every single one of these people's away from someone else. I said whether it's today tomorrow. May I may twenty six whatever point it is the future obviously for her to bring customers in for people. She works with the bring customers in. She's going to have to prove to them that that safe but let people like Curd Dude. Let let's open the door to say. Yeah here the things you need to do and then again. That's why I stress when people are making this point don't feed into the attack from those who want more government who went more restrictions more regulation by going out and you know not wearing a mask and and being huddled together with a bunch of the people show people how logical small businesses are going to operate when they reopened. They'RE GONNA make sure they're safe. They'RE GONNA make the case out there so that customers coveted business. We can do that. The best example I give is. We're already doing it when you go to the grocery store people do these things when you go to the drugstore people do these things if we can do them safely there we can over time..

Wisconsin Milwaukee County Marathon County coronavirus governor everts Scott Walker Dane County the Washington Times Madison Scott WanNa America University of Wisconsin TA Dane Kelly Milwaukee Milwaukee Area Hospital Hospital Association Vicki
"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Out, it doesn't look like we actually have a way to say. Here's the date. We're going to open Wisconsin. Also on the program today I'm GonNa talk about those protests? There's a big one coming up on Friday. Don't ask me about the organizers of this. This is really a citizens, ad hoc protest, and it is growing by leaps and bounds, so I don't know the organizers. I'm hoping to be able to get one of them on the air to talk about it, but suffice to say one PM on Friday. And your your. Participation if you want governor everts to be more specific than he's been. is going to be required in some capacity on Friday. Where a mask do whatever you want. But unless we start saying. You do what we say you're not. The King of us. We shows you to represent us, so we'll get to that coming up on the program. I've got some personal and painful stories about the impact of the shutdown. Here in Wisconsin, as we now are are fully. Through our fourth week of this, but let's start with Governor Scott, Walker. I'm glad you're able to come on the program today. A lot of people have been saying governor. This wouldn't happen. If Scott Walker governor so don't WanNa we start there. Would you have? Would you have made these decisions? Similarly. As Governor Everts has. To lack down our state. He's not the only governor doing it. Well the missing Yeah Vicki the missing ingredient all this. Is the why not just the what what I mean by. That is on the onset when when governor and other governors across the country but I talking about this remember. was saying. up until days before he did the order or his administration the order that they weren't GonNa shut down then obviously a bit a shock. When it came to Legislative leaders who felt like they were told one thing, and not the other, but the bottom line is. We need to be explaining not only here Wisconsin mid across the country. Why were doing things in and what they will lead to, and that's been missing out here. I think the coronavirus is real I treat. It seriously tonette night where masks we stay within. A distance of six feet or more from other people were doing all the right things out there, but there's no explanation with this latest order last week as to. Why May Twenty Six people understandably are growing restless because they don't understand why lay out the facts? Lay at the parameters you alluded to I, look at the Hospital Association data, and they showed the beginning of April was when we had the high water mark in terms of new cases. We've had less than that Simpson. It it absent flows a little bit, but it. It has never been since the beginning of has high as it was that first week. We need to know what's the game plan for not just reopening Wisconsin, but I I've argued for weeks in my writings in the Washington times we need to stagger this. We could start with manufacturing in the traits. We can ease into other areas. We can lay out real criteria. Small businesses can say I can do all those things I'll keep my customer safe. I'll keep my employees safe. Cow Me What I. I need to do and I'll go out and do but saying we're not going to be open. Memorial Day is just not the right thing to do. Particularly without an explanation I was up in Marathon, county. They have sixteen cases six teen. Why is Marathon County? Shut Down? You know. Why is Wazzan Mohsen? KNEE SHUTDOWN! Why is northern Wisconsin shutdown? Why is Central Wisconsin? Shut Down? You know if the if the problem is one portion of Milwaukee County Aka the city of Milwaukee. It's not even Madison Scott. I'm looking at I'm looking at University of Wisconsin Hospital data that has total. Confirmed cases now at three hundred seventeen in house meaning hospitalized eighteen in the whole region that you w hospital services so all of Dane County and a little bit beyond eighteen people in the hospital so why? I would even put Dane County then in a list of. Why is Dane County also considered to be to be locked down? Your tickets affirmative ICKY, so it's not understandably people, economy, small business owners, workers, others frustrated, but I would say even the health standpoint, obviously protecting the health and safety of our fellow citizens incredibly important, but we're getting at a point now where you're talking about not opening up the state until memorial. Day weekend, what about all the doctor's office? What about all the clinics? What about all the hospitals where people would normally? Normally going in to get routine checkups corn getting them now for weeks, if not months at a time, what about the impact that has an early detection for cancer and other ailments out there there is a health impact on keeping the state shutdown without any rational explanation for how to get back. That goes beyond just dealing with the coronavirus sorts. It's not even just about the economy. It's about the health impact this. This has there's got to be illogical. Plan unconcerned about coronavirus, no doubt about one to defeat coronavirus I wanted to feed it here. Wisconsin across the country, but I also WANNA. Make sure we find a way to get the economy back going again that we're able to get back to life where we can keep you healthy and other regards and I want to make sure that here in Wisconsin across the nation we're. We're not seeing the kind of encroachment on civil liberties that we increasingly see whether it's shutting down. People were coming in for goodness sakes to a drive-in for a church service or people who are out on a boat fishing somewhere in each instance whether or not doing anything to harm the health and safety of their neighbors out there and dig hand of the government seems to be growing greater and greater. The country those things. You can't pick one you gotta addressed all three of. Economy and the civil liberties of America, and it's not an you said we have not done a rational analysis, and it's true again. Everybody needs to see Al. find the map and put it up online for you. You need to see what the state of Wisconsin looks like. And look where the cases are. It's Milwaukee County. It isn't. Kenosha as much as it's Milwaukee County. It isn't even if you go even further. West, it isn't even Dane. Kelly, it's Milwaukee County where the problem is target Milwaukee County I, but but at the same time Scott. I just got an email from someone. Said took a drive through the freighter. It's a ghost town there. I got an email from somebody else who said that one of the family members one of his family members was just furloughed. Who Works at Milwaukee, area? Didn't want to tell me which one we got. All Across Johnson Under reported stories, some of the biggest layoffs are coming to healthcare professionals who aren't working directly in treating patients with the krona virus that it's defies logic that the press isn't picking up on this. And, again like I said the reason unless you're an emergency room where you're seeing covid nineteen, overwhelmingly, the other healthcare workers are back at home themselves either laid off or just sent home, one way or the other, and think about all the early detection..

Wisconsin Milwaukee County Governor Scott governor everts Dane County Milwaukee University of Wisconsin Hospit Scott Walker Marathon County Dane Hospital Association WanNa Wazzan Mohsen Simpson Kenosha the Washington times cancer
"evers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:50 min | 2 years ago

"evers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"My guess is Williamson Evers bill Evers doctor bill Evers we're talking about a a ethnic studies proposal the state of California so is this in effect going into effect or does it still need some form of legislative approval quick question on that gonna be approved by the state board of education so there you would be voting in September okay now I'm in the article that you wrote it I just like to quote from this this some words here that I don't even understand that I'm fairly well read and maybe you can help us ethnic studies is described in the document as quote and please folks stay with me on this because there will be some parts here that I may mispronounce the inter disciplinary study of race ethnicity and in D. generally generally is that will help that would pronounce that ended in a at a indigent eighty with an emphasis on like it's like it's like indigenous indigent okay Eminem turned into now okay I I hate when announcer turned into verbs adverbs a turn to denounce an adjective that set you in me you and me to re think emphasis on experiences of people of color in the United States but that's not all quote it is the study of intersectional in ancestral roots colonialists T. hope I mispronounce that colonial a T. I I don't know how else to pronounce that I've never seen that will only Alavi coloni aliki okay has your money in a dignified world with many worlds fit for president future generations and here's a couple it is the X. disciplinary loving and critical that that should be cross disciplinary cross is a is a very very have a leans strains spellings okay moving spelling history eight X. S. T. O. R. Y. that's one word to make various political points okay so then it is the cross disciplinary loving and critical praxis of holistic humanity if that doesn't sound like mumble jumble from some sociologist I don't know what does and finally the documents fill with quoting you now fashionable academic jargon like push it positional maladies positional allegations analogies position Malachy's okay I wanted to use hi Britney these nip Hitler's what the hell is in the pamphlet apparent one is into sort of a enter make sure it's it's an American Indian word from an American Indian tribes and it means a kind of a mess and makes the point the point is a mixture and you could take off in in misogyny what and why I know what misogyny and what and what means so tell us what that so that's that's a combination of misogyny which means hatred of women and the law are which means black says his French so it means misogyny email it means the hatred of black women okay it includes faddish social science lingo like sis hetero hatchery archy that may make sense to radical university professors an activist but doesn't mean much to the regular folks who send their children to California's public schools eight point have we lost our collective or I should say have you folks in California lost your collective minds yes yes that's a good answer okay so but I'm still broadcasting am and they're still accepting comments internal August fifteenth but the real thing is that the state board of education should say these people went beyond the statutory rape request which was to create a model so that wall at the high quality ethnic studies would be in American California's classrooms by the way the people that wrote this consider it to be a model for all other states in the union of course of course that's all the way to California to sit for many other states in here your radio there were thirty eight so they have something to look forward to it gets better capitalism described as a form of power and oppression alongside patriarchy racism white supremacy and able US capitalism and capitalist appear as villains several times in the document now on politics you say this model curriculum similar left wing one proposed cause promises to wish for the African American experience from the pre colonial ancestral roots in Africa to the trans Atlantic slave trade and enslaved peoples uprisings in the antebellum south to the elements of hip hop and African cultural retention this is this is in high elementary school in high school or is what level examples in this curriculum are pretty much high school examples but there's nothing in the statute or anywhere else with those and say local districts couldn't have ethnic studies in the beginning right from the beginning thanks in elementary and middle but the hold on offer here are pretty much targeted toward high school right in and of course instead of talking about the biographies of if people like Martin Luther king and others on politics the model curriculum is severly left wing is that teachers are encouraged to cite the biographies of potentially significant figures I by the way potentially significant figures seems to me to be oxymoronic either a figure is significant or not hello I was a lot of Bradley chosen English and we're talking about he Angela Davis I don't know France fan I don't know I don't plan on is a psychologists and psychiatrists who wrote about revolutionary psychology so in his argument is and it's healthy for a country particularly a country that's been a colony go through very violent revolution because that way it will purge the colonial mentality and they'll have a re birth so we have not been a colony his famous book is called the record of and I'm sure he's writing that about America I I'm assuming Bobby Seale we all know Bobby Seale convicted cop killers Mumia Abu Jamal the guy who executed a cop in Philadelphia aside us your core students are I talk about the life of George Jackson are now more than ever Jackson while the prison became a revolutionary war if a black liberation of prison reform the Latino section people of significance include what are we can national is Oscar Lopez Rivera a member of a parliamentary a paramilitary group that carried out more than a hundred thirty bomb attacks and Lolita lebron I'm assuming Lolita lebron was not an actress or a single she was convicted of attempted murder in a group assault that would have five congressmen so she was with the group back in the nineteen fifties when they when that group attacked Congress right yeah this is this is garbage and and and this is where we are in in California is other any sane people left in in other than yourself in the state yes I I yeah I've gotten some emails from people and thank this is going overboard but I also have the French system the whole thing but we were older people would think this is just fine and this is what the students should be learning our idea I don't think it's a balanced or accurate account of ethnic groups in America or California it's revolutionary try it is what it is yeah yeah I mean all right also they have their pet takes on for example some prime mortgages which were what led to the nineteen two thousand seventeen in a recession and you know so their take on a new role something that the banks capitalists we're trying to do to poor people a bad thing you know he has some was a bad induced by government bureaucrats and politicians told the bank saying you a an offer Lewisham their mortgage requirements so it would be a liar loans no paper loans no well the the the the proponents of that that I know of is my friend former Massachusetts congressman Barney Frank there is no doubt he had a major role no question that and I don't think that that Barney to the best of my knowledge is some sort of right wing counter revolutionary knowing certainly a thoroughgoing liberal yeah so so as I as I look at all of this and I think to myself the figures in American history who are from minority communities we're going to study there these kids are going to be exposed to the lives and and I guess the hero the heroism of cop killers black Panthers and that is what people will but the children of California will be exposed to as opposed to hit historic figures in America you know who who fought against slavery who were involved in the abolitionist movement right on up through foo foo Dr Martin Luther king we talked about content I think they're I think they're doing at Martin Luther king mark he's you know put on the same level as Mumia self portrait which I think is rather strange George Jackson it's an old very very corner of perfect balance people and Anil told a fair minded story here exclude some over glorification of violence and of prison uprisings and things like that and it would have been a better regular but I mean there's an that they're there some the distal inserted behind him just to give you a sense of how strangest thing is it it condemns the Arabian nights with their remember you know the Disney version I meant to do those neighborhoods but of course is so famous book collection of folk tales content condemns them for being presenting a stereo types of Arabs but if they are Arabs folk tales and I just can't grasp the mentality it says aerobed entering artifacts are anti hero it is very rare in some other dimension the people writing this and if it doesn't serve some sort of revolutionary politics some sort of creating of activism and immobilizing students on campus to do things they don't want to pull your your final paragraph direct directly speaks to that the curriculum explicitly aims at encouraging students to become quote agents of change social justice organizes and advocates on quote in the sample unit teachers a direct to have students plan quote a direct action therefore he said in a die in a March a boycott strike well at least I guess they're not encouraging people to join in in T. fall so maybe that's maybe that's the next step I guess but my guest is bill Evers he is and an education they also they they pay their ethnic groups are national groups politically I mean we have many many more Vietnamese and California Vietnamese Americans than we do Arab Americans but they have a whole section on Arab Americans it's it's it's troubling that somebody thinks they can get away with imposing their son students and parents well I want to go to phone calls we gotta take a break if you'd like to comment on this and again I know some of you out there saying well this is the a radical and it's may perhaps academic and it's only a bunch of academics who are who are getting together in California no this is a curriculum which will be distributed throughout the California public school system high school middle schools this is dangerous stuff you're talking about indoctrinating individual students young people with propaganda in in you and if it happens in California it could happen here somehow some way this has to be stopped a weird we're doing our best tonight I'd love to hear your voice six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we'll be right back with doctor bill Evers of the Hoover Institution in an insane idea that is more than just insane it is it's scandalous it is it is treasonous I think it it teaches lessons which are tend to divide us as opposed to unite us and it is a it is a a a a an education plan which will do everything it can to to balkanized the United States of America and that is tragic coming back on right side nice.

bill Evers California Williamson Evers bill Evers