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California official: just say 'no' to family Thanksgiving

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 2 d ago

California official: just say 'no' to family Thanksgiving

"Some of the nation's governors and health officials are still trying to convince people to cancel their thanksgiving plans California state health secretary says it's not too late to just say no when it comes to family and friends wanting to visit on thanksgiving it's necessary to modify your pas our usual traditions so really stopped the surge this year Dr mark galli says hospitalizations statewide increased eighty one percent this month in Wisconsin governor Tony Evers says gatherings need to be only with family members who already live together none of us wants to be the one to unwittingly spread those viruses somebody we love will host the next super spreader event ended New York governor Andrew Cuomo says he won't see his eighty nine year old mother this thanksgiving and reminds residents to keep their gathering small end use face coverings wear a mask don't be a Turkey hi Jackie Quinn

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Wisconsin gov. declares new public health emergency amid overwhelmed hospitals

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:57 sec | 5 d ago

Wisconsin gov. declares new public health emergency amid overwhelmed hospitals

"Has declared a new public health emergency as a surgeon Cove in 19 cases overwhelms the state's hospital system. LaToya Dennis has details from member station W. W. M in Milwaukee, more than a third of hospitals across the state of Wisconsin are operating at peak capacity and are unable to admit new patients. That's coupled with the fact that hospitals are also dealing with staff shortages as workers are testing positive for the virus or having to quarantine due to exposure was Constance Democratic Governor Tony Evers is mandating that anyone age five or older wear a mask when in an enclosed area with anyone they do not to live with. An earlier mask mandate was set to expire over the weekend. The average number of new daily cases here now stands at more than 6000. That's double what it was a month ago for NPR News. I'm LaToya Dennis in Milwaukee.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

Vicki McKenna

00:45 sec | Last week

Wisconsin Supreme Court Hears Arguments In Challenge To Evers' Emergency Powers

"The Wisconsin Supreme Court is hearing oral arguments today in regards to Governor Tony Evers, statewide mask mandate box sixes and delicate area, explains Waukesha County resident Jared Fay. Vic. Filed a petition against the governor's power to issue the statewide mask mandate, according to the lawsuit Favorite argue state law prevents a governor from issuing more than one emergency order for the same pandemic. Governor, Evers declared the state wide mass mandate after he had declared a state of emergency and asked people to stay home. The Supreme Court is looking to answer two questions. Did Governor Evers violated state law when he declared a state of emergency and put those orders in place? And whether the orders are an unconstitutional legislative power used by the executive branch.

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Texas is the first state to reach 1 million virus cases

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Texas is the first state to reach 1 million virus cases

"Surge of Corona virus Infections is showing no signs of slowing here in the United States, and yesterday there was a record number of covert hospitalizations. The nation passed one million. You confirmed cases in just the 1st 10 days of November. Texas is the first state to hit one million cases. Overall, governors from both parties are taking action in Wisconsin would set new infection and death records. Yesterday, Democrat Tony Evers urged people to stay home. It's not safe to go out. It's not safe to have others over Iowa Republican Kim Reynolds is inching toward more stringent mass measures after holding out We just can't let our guard down. The wave of here is bigger and more widespread in the spring and summer surges, though experts say there are reasons to think the nation is better able to handle it this

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The Shocking Truth about the Nursing Shortage in the United States

Dennis Prager

00:38 sec | 3 weeks ago

The Shocking Truth about the Nursing Shortage in the United States

"Shortage causing concern is the pandemic continues into the winter months. Doris wanted Bernie Minute. With that story. As the Corona virus pandemic surges across the nation and infections and hospitalizations rise. Medical administrators are scrambling to find enough nursing help, especially in rural areas and and small hospitals. And health systems are turning to short term travel nurses to help fill in the gaps in Texas Governor Greg Abbott recently announced that he was sitting 75 nurses and respiratory therapist to El Paso to help handle the city surge. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers issued emergency orders, making it easier for nurses from elsewhere to practice in his state and for retired nurses to come back Bernie Bennett

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Virus pushes twin cities El Paso and Juarez to the brink

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Virus pushes twin cities El Paso and Juarez to the brink

"A key battleground state Wisconsin broke records Tuesday for the number of coronavirus cases and deaths Wisconsin's chief medical examiner Dr Ryan Westergaard says the previous records were set just about a week ago it's a nightmare scenario frankly that this could get quite a bit worse in the next several weeks or months before it gets better health secretary designate Andrea palm says significant action needs to be taken we all need to stay home do not interact with people that you do not live with several months ago the Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down governor Tony Evers formal stay at home order if people stay at home we can call it whatever I call it saving life Iverson is pleading with people in Wisconsin to voluntarily shelter in place I'm at Donahue

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Appeals court stays Wisconsin limits on gatherings

WGN Programming

00:20 sec | Last month

Appeals court stays Wisconsin limits on gatherings

"Appeals court has put a hold on Governor Tony Evers restrictions on indoor public gatherings. Evers administration issued the order October 6 limiting indoor public gatherings across the state to 25% of the buildings, capacity or 10. People in places without an occupancy limit. The tavern League of Wisconsin immediately challenged the order in court.

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Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

Encyclopedia Womannica

04:16 min | Last month

Politicians, Constance Baker Motley

"Hello from Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Britannica. Today's politicians but most of her life fighting for civil rights, she put her life at risk to change the course of American history, but she's often left out of history books. Let's talk about Constance Baker Motley. Constance Baker Motley was born on September fourteenth nineteen, forty one in new haven connecticut she was one of twelve children born to working class immigrant parents from the West indies. Constance. Was a bright child who grew up attending integrated schools and quickly fell in love with reading. She didn't learn much about black history in school. But what she did learn about civil rights leaders inspired her she decided she wanted to become a lawyer, but constance couldn't afford higher education. She took a job as a maid for a while before moving on to work for the National Youth Administration an organization focused on providing work an educational opportunities for young adults. Constance was giving a speech at a local community center one evening when her oratory skills impressed a wealthy white philanthropist. He, offered to pay for constants college tuition. So in nineteen, forty, one constance began attending college at Fisk University in Nashville. She later wrote that the train ride down to Tennessee was the first time she experienced overt racism and Jim Crow laws after being forced to ride in a broken down segregated train car, it was a perspective changing moment for constance two years into her attendance at Fisk Constance transferred to New York University and finished her bachelor's degree in economics. Then in nineteen, forty, four constance became the first black woman to be accepted to Columbia law school. After graduating from Columbia in nineteen, forty, six constants worked for the NWC peas legal staff under Thurgood. Marshall who later became a court justice over the course of her work at the N. double ACP constance assisted with almost sixty cases that ended up reaching the Supreme Court. She also personally argued ten supreme court cases and one nine. Constance is work integrated multiple southern state universities putting her toe-to-toe with racist governors determined to bar black students from schools. She also helped protect the right to peaceful protests and opened up parks for. Black. Americans. She did all that despite the sexism and racism personally experienced during her legal career. Some judges actually turned their backs on her and refused to hear her speak. But Constance didn't let others biopsies bar her from success. Her work made her a key player in the civil rights movement and she even occasionally represented Dr. Martin? Luther. King Junior. Constance was constantly in danger when she was working in the south racists threatened her life and the lives of other prominent figures in the black community constance was barred from staying in hotels. So she had to stay with local activists, but even that didn't make her feel completely safe her friend Mississippi civil rights leader Medgar. Evers. was murdered his own driveway. So in nineteen, sixty, five constance left her work in the south and moved back to New York City. Shortly thereafter, she became the first black woman to serve in the New York State Senate. She was also elected president of the borough of Manhattan which made her the first woman in that role. During her time as a politician constance focused on raising up under served communities in the city like Harlem and East Harlem in nineteen sixty, six president Lyndon Johnson appointed constance to the US. District Court in the southern district

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Judge puts Wisconsin capacity limit order back into effect

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:28 sec | Last month

Judge puts Wisconsin capacity limit order back into effect

"P in Wisconsin, The judge has now re imposed the governor's Corona virus rules. The ruling specifically allows Tony Evers to limit the number of people in bars, restaurants and other indoor places to 25% capacity, and that order was issued October 6th in the face of his state's surging corona virus cases. But a judge blocked the order eight days later after was challenged by a group arguing that it's Order is a de facto closure for those

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Wisconsin judge blocks governor's order limiting capacity

Rush Limbaugh

00:39 sec | Last month

Wisconsin judge blocks governor's order limiting capacity

"Capacity limits ordered by Wisconsin's governor in the fight against Corona virus are temporarily blocked as a court fight continues over that. Fox's Jeff Man also has this line. Sawyer County, Wisconsin judge has temporarily blocked an order from Democratic Governor Tony Evers that limited the number of people to 25% in bars, restaurants and other public places, including churches and polling places through November, 6th. A ruling that for the tavern League of Wisconsin Sue the state say the governor's orders amount to a de facto closure restrictions that Evers says help curb the spread of Corona virus. Eat Wisconsin that case back in court next

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Wisconsin Judge Upholds Governor's Statewide Mask Mandate

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:24 sec | Last month

Wisconsin Judge Upholds Governor's Statewide Mask Mandate

"A Saint Croix County Circuit Court judges did Naina request to block Governor Evers a statewide mask mandate. The lawsuit brought by the group Wisconsin Institute for Long Liberty claimed the mandate was unconstitutional. The judge ruled today that Evers did not overstepped his authority by issuing multiple emergency orders on the Corona virus. The judge also putting the responsibility on the legislature to overrule the governor. The ruling will be

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Field hospital at Wisconsin fairgrounds will open for virus patients

Dennis Prager

00:37 sec | Last month

Field hospital at Wisconsin fairgrounds will open for virus patients

"Wisconsin, ranking third this week nationwide and the number of new covert 19 cases per capita health officials worried about hospital capacity. Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announced the opening of a field hospital at the state Fair grounds, according to the state Department of Health Services on the 16% of over 11,000 Hospital beds are still available in the state governor, Evers said. We hope this day wouldn't come. But unfortunately, Wisconsin is in a much different, more dire place. Today, the number of hospitalized Kobe 19 patients in Wisconsin has grown to over 850. It's the highest during the pandemic for the state, according to the covert tracking project, with tests on several 100 additional impatient

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Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

Bob Sirott

00:32 sec | Last month

Wisconsin activates field hospital as COVID-19 hospitalizations hit a record high

"Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers announcing that next week, a new field hospital will open outside of Milwaukee to handle a surgeon covert 19 related hospitalizations. The state has hit a new daily high for hospitalizations. We obviously hoped this day wouldn't come. But unfortunately, Wisconsin is in a much different and more dire place today in our healthcare systems are being Overwhelming. The new field hospital will have 530 available beds. The governor is also asking Wisconsinites to remain at home as much as possible to stop the spread of the

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No charges against Wisconsin officer who fatally shot teen

John Howell

00:54 sec | Last month

No charges against Wisconsin officer who fatally shot teen

"Governor has called out the National Guard. This was he did this before. The prosecutor in Milwaukee County made his decision just a few minutes ago to not charge A Wisconsin police officer who shot a black teen to death outside a suburban Milwaukee mall in February. In Wauwatosa, the officer involved is also African American. His name is Joseph MENSA. And the family of the team that was killed. Alvin Cole says that MENSA has now shot three people to death in the last five years. But again, the Milwaukee County top prosecutor says That MENSA will not be charged in his death. So far, no reports of any unrest. But as I said, the Wisconsin governor Tony Evers, has called out the National Guard. In

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Wisconsin governor restricts public indoor gatherings

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:24 sec | Last month

Wisconsin governor restricts public indoor gatherings

"Of Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers is issuing a new order limiting the size of indoor public gatherings. Wisconsin has become AH hot spot for the Corona virus over the past month. At schools and colleges reopened and fatigue over mask wearing and social distancing mounts. The order issued today by the Democratic governor would cap public indoor gatherings, a 25% of a room or buildings capacity. The new order takes effect Friday.

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Wisconsin hits record for new coronavirus cases reported

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Wisconsin hits record for new coronavirus cases reported

"The state of Wisconsin skyrocketing to the top of the charts when it comes to new positive Koven cases, the D. H s reporting 2300 new cases on Tuesday, including 17 new deaths, Governor Evers says the pandemic is on the brink of becoming a full blown crisis right now, if not flowing dollars. It's picking up speed the 17 deaths Tuesday a single day high for

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Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

All Things Considered

06:01 min | 3 months ago

Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Mandela Barnes: Trump Will Use Every Opportunity To Divide People

"And I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington today, the governor and lieutenant governor of Wisconsin now President Trump to stay away from their state. So did the mayor of Kenosha, Wisconsin, who says the city needs time to heal, But the president showed up anyway. Trump's trip comes after days of unrest following the police shooting of a black man, Jacob Blake that left him hospitalized. It also comes after a white 17 year old Kyle Riton house with charged with six criminal counts, including first degree intentional homicide. Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes, a Democrat, joins us now Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me today. We're glad to have you. Governor Tony either sent a letter asking President Trump not to visit Kenosha. You've called for him to stay away as well. Do you see any potential benefit to having him? There may be a chance to meet and talk to him in a productive way. No, I do not because if a real leader would have proven that already, he would have given words Tio help console the people of this community of people of this state and the people of this nation because what happened in Kenosha? It's something that happens all too often in this country, and the president has offered no sort of resolve. You can look at the president's invective. You can look at the RNC, which tried to capitalize all such situations, which tried to politicize People who are crying out who are stepping up marching and demanding racial justice. And Donald Trump doesn't want to hear that He is going to use every opportunity that he can to divide the people of this state. A CZ. This is a critical state for his re election, and it's unfortunate because You know, these are realize that we're talking about Governor Evers called for a special session of the Legislature on Monday to address police reform. But Republicans didn't show up and that session lasted 30 seconds. To get any legislation through. You need Republican support. Do you have a plan for how to do that? Well, eyes unfortunate that you know, we could ask. What's our plan? When the Legislature and the Republicans in the Legislature don't get asked why they continue to ignore people, it took them forever to respond. A covert 19. They haven't responded to the health care crisis. They haven't responded to the dairy crisis that our family farmers are dealing with in this country. They haven't responded to gun violence prevention. They have responded to the client. Crisis, Every issue they continue to fail and ignore the people of this state. Kenosha is the latest city to deal with protests and sometimes counter protests that have turned violent governor ever sent in the national Guard as the protests were heating up, and some protesters said that having the guards there made unrest worse. Do you think the governor made the right decision by sending in the guards? So the governor sent in the guard's ate with controlling fires that were set. You know, this is all in the interest of safety because fires can get out of control. Fire touches the wrong thing. You have explosions that you can potentially have more loss of life. That was the purpose of the National Guard. I think what protesters were experiencing Was a heightened response from from law enforcement and the press conference that happened shortly after the young man who traveled to Wisconsin from Illinois to kill two people in our streets. The response was well, maybe if people weren't out past curfew, ignoring the fact that you're the shooter was also out past curfew. So to assign blame to that the victims that shows where we are in in terms of thought with some of the local law enforcement that's on the ground, and this is the reforming accountability that we're talking about. Whatever the reason, the guard was there, even if it was just to try to put out or prevent fires. It ends up being a law enforcement presence, the presence of authorities and this is the dilemma. I think for city and state leaders, how do you control what could become violent unrest? Without making people feel that the feds were storming in or with a guard is storming in. That's a really hard dilemma. Have you figured out the right balance of that? Is something that is a learning process. If I'm going to be completely honest, and and I I always I always promoted the fact that law enforcement should continuously Work to deescalate situations. Whether it is a or a personal interaction like the one with Jacob Blake and the three officers or whether we're talking larger scale events like protests and demonstrations. I think that you often see peaceful protest turned the other way when there is a heightened presence of what is perceived as authorities. So yeah, I do think there is there is a there is a problem. Because when people are protesting police, you know aggression with police overly aggressive police. The response cannot be over overly aggressive law enforcement. How to deal with violent unrest is becoming a major issue in the presidential campaign, and many Democrats who do not support President Trump worry that violent unrest helps him. That it lets him say the Democrats are weak on crime. What's your level of concern that you may be inadvertently helping President Trump's reelection efforts in that way? You know, I think that it's important for people to realize that again. The people who were killed. In Kenosha, where protesters they were killed by people who felt that they had a responsibility to help things to help matters to assist Now, like you mention Law enforcement are air National guards are there. They didn't eat health. Yet. These people are free to just walk the streets with long rifles, intimidating people. I think that is the important thing that people need to realize. Andi. I hope that folks to understand that Republicans continue to enable this sort of behavior this sort of behavior. That actually leads people did That's Wisconsin Lieutenant Governor Mandela. Barnes. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you.

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Trump visits Kenosha to back police after shooting

PBS NewsHour

04:00 min | 3 months ago

Trump visits Kenosha to back police after shooting

"Comparing police shootings to golfing and defending a trump supporter who allegedly killed two people. President Trump came to Kenosha, Wisconsin. The city is still reeling from the police shooting of Jacob Blake. President toward damages stemming from the unrest and met with law enforcement. We've seen tremendous violence, and we will put it out very, very quickly, if given the chance, and that's what this is all about. Yeah, I keep hearing about peaceful protests. I heared about everything. And then I come into an area like this. The town is burned down. Thie president's visit today spawned even more demonstrations and some confrontations between his supporters and black lives matter. Protestors. He did not meet with Jacob Leaks family. They say the 29 year old is paralyzed after Kenosha police officer shot him seven times in the back lakes uncle spoke this afternoon. Our nephew was shot seven times in the back. Nothing can justify that. He had no weapon. And he's paralyzed right now in the hospital. We don't have any words for the orange man. All I ask is that he keep his disrespect his foul language. Far away from our family thief shooting on August 23rd touch up a week of turmoil and almost daily protests. Many were peaceful gatherings, but some evening self fires Vandalism and looting for Democratic Governor Tony Evers sent in the National Guard. City officials estimate the cost of damage to city property so far at nearly $2 million, and today, Evers announced eight loans to assist local businesses. For his part, the president also pledged to provide millions of dollars for small businesses and law enforcement. Democrats across Wisconsin repeatedly requested the president not visit, saying he would only ignite tensions. This is Trump's America and the National Democratic Party released an ad today that echoed that President Trump for scenes of violence. His meeting with law enforcement today comes after he told Fox News last night that police officer's face high pressure situations. He then compared police shootings to golfing. They could do 10,000 great acts, which is what they do, and one bid or a Joker joker. They choke. In the meantime, he might have been going for a weapon and you know it was a whole big thing there, but they choke just like in a golf tournament Yesterday, President Trump also defended 17 year old Kyle Riton house. Charges, shooting three people and killing two last Tuesday during the protests. He was trying to get away from them. I guess it looks like he fell, and then they very violently attacked him. He was in very big trouble he would have been, he probably would have been killed, prosecutors say written how shot one person before protesters charged him. They try to take away his gun before he fired again. In that same interview, President Trump also encouraged a baseless conspiracy theory that powerful people in quote dark shadows were behind the protests. Wisconsin Democrats such as US Congressman Mark McCann, who represents Madison, condemned to the president's words. We don't want people Coming in from out of state with guns acting like vigilantes, thinking that they're running the streets. And yet that's exactly what Donald Trump is promoting, as he promotes his racial division Presidents. Comments are not the first time his appear to condone violence after a woman was killed, protesting against a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville in 2017, he said, this you also had people That were Very fine people on both sides and on the campaign trail in 2016, he said of a protester interrupting a rally like the punch him in the face back in Kenosha, the family of Jacob Blake but a community cleanup food drive in voter registration event at the site where he was shot. They're still calling for the officer who shot him to be charged

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"evers" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:25 min | 3 months 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.

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"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:33 min | 5 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"How are you going to help that young lad, or or the young lad who's just been accused of? Sexual assault. What are you going to say? Do you want a gun? Do you want any way to protect yourself or do you think that it would be best if an armed police officer went in I? Walk into of medicine again. What soliciting for him? Slap on the wrist and tell them with the. Devon Johnson, who's the guy who teed up the riots. He was the inspiration for the riots and Madison by the way the guy who started the riots. One marquand Clark was just arrested after shots were fired at a quote, peaceful protest that was taking place on the west side of the city. Madison Yeah, both of these guys by the way records as long as you are tall, Steve Spingola. New Our toll, man and nothing the the. Wrist. Diversion programs alternatives to incarceration midnight. Basketball BE S has been has been in place since the nineteen nineties, and it doesn't see a gun buyback done by. Twenty dollars naked, let go to North Korea's and get something. I just not believe that people actually thought if these. Gang bangers. They're going to be bling guns for twenty five dollars. I mean this is just you know. The fifty dollars best buy. Gift, Card. If you best buy with a fifty dollar card news in your rip off a thousand dollars worth of merchandise and I know. I don't know Steve. Thanks her. Thanks for coming on the program seeing. To have you all right, so the answered the question on what do you do is? Nobody has that answer? What do you do you want to know? Who could conjure this answer the state legislature. You want to know who else. We could get. We could get an opinion from our missing in action attorney. General Josh Call because you know. What had I been able to ask this question of Brad Schimmel? When he was the attorney general, he wouldn't have been able to answer me right off the bat, but he would have thought about it. He would've put a team on it. He would've gotten me an answer. He would have come on this program and he would have answered my questions about it. And he would have led the charge for clarity so that innocent people don't find themselves on trial for trying to protect their own lives. This is Vicki McKenna show. We Need A..

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"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:17 min | 5 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Here it is, it is, it is an important dilemma that we solve, and that's the problem because I'm telling you I have I have sought out advice from a former police chief from former Sheriff David Clarke multiple lawyers and a former DA in a former federal investigator, and now you and everyone's telling me the same thing the answer is. We don't know we don't know what to tell you to do in the event. That something like this happens to you and yet this is happening to be. This is why truckers don't want to go into some of these areas, because they don't want to be in a position where they have to make that decision either, and I just talked to the president of a trucking company yesterday. WHO said as much? I was killed. People just trust your instincts. I can't tell you how many times I've had victims of iron rob walk into a parking lot in upcoming Stephen, I saw sky standing over by the Bushes I. Probably should have back in the building, but I decided to try to get into Alycia. Why well you know, but if you don't know your instincts, medical series and there has enough people down. That are losing money at some point, they can put him up political pressure on the sheriff there. Your police chief up Madison Right now I really don't know what's going on the balanced, but you know at least in. The the the line in the sand seems to be when they try to take over. The streets expressway the arresting those people, but yesterday they let. Go one of the activists dome you know in the whatever, and after activist, eighty applies one of those jobs and. but they let him go with when they talk houseplants. Apparently I don't know exactly what the wants us to recant this before we can house, right. We can't arrest the people who are burning the houses down. But. You can't defend your house if you're. The House is the one that's about to be firebombed I mean..

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"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

04:54 min | 5 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Up a comment that I actually left on legal blog today. I'm seeking answers to this question. Honestly the reason. I'm putting putting this question out. There is because I don't think anybody's got an answer. This was on the Scott Greenfield blog. That is called hold on a second. I'll give you the name of this this guy's blog. He's a lawyer. He's got a fairly popular legal blog called simple justice and I, and this is the question I asked I said. What if you're surrounded by raving lunatics doing violence on behalf of Justice and your window is about to come in. Police are not likely to come to your rescue. Of course, everyone will call nine one one anyway and one of its me a five foot, three inch, middle, aged woman, who can't fight our weight of a paper bag, or a twenty-something mom and her kids or your grandpa driving grandma to the clinic. Must you wait for the first shot in Wisconsin? We have the castle doctrine which. Which helps protect me legally if I if someone tries to enter my vehicle when I'm in it, but that law protects me if I must use deadly force on the person trying to break in what is it if any protection do I have rolling forward in potentially injuring the other rabble standing in front of my car gunning. It does not appear to be covered under castle doctrine. So, what do you do? And at what point do I get to decide that you know the risk of the whatever that might be coming through? My window is too high. Steve SPINGOLA retired detective Milwaukee Police Department. There isn't a simple answer to this, is there? No there really, isn't it? Depends upon the perception of the. Individual the force. That's the honest. Person Back what would a reasonable person do and unfortunately right now that's kind of ask. You got armed protesters for the first time carrying guns, standing in front of people, causing property damage and people are in fear of their safety and their own lives, and they're starting to fight back and look what happened in Saint Louis they're actually considering charging homeowners, after this group of protesters broke down a gate and approach them I I believe they had a reasonable fear that they would be an exactly and by the way those homeowners Saint Louis. Many of you have probably seen that story or those pictures. Those homeowners simply arm themselves in held off the mob from entering their home, which was one of these historic homes that have been restored by them..

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"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

Vicki McKenna

05:31 min | 5 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"Where is Governor Ige? Where's it. Hurts herdsmen lately. He's not holding his little hostage video press conferences to talk about the the. existentialist fear. We should all have of covid nineteen now, izzy. Where'd he go? He doesn't want to comment on a potential felon. that. He is employing and hiding in his office who are legally recorded a phone call? He doesn't want to comment on the unrest and violence that has seized control of Madison and Milwaukee. He doesn't want to comment on the riots. That are breaking out in his State. He's joust. Nowhere to be found, and where's the Lesser Mandela are Lieutenant Governor? Where are you? Where are you to speak on behalf of the citizens of the State of Wisconsin who in some parts of the state are held hostage? By Little White Progressive Bolsheviks doing violence in the name of peace and justice. There the right kind of people. Doing the wrong kind of things, where are our democratic leaders? Nowhere to be found. Nobody's commenting on it. Nobody in the press is asking for comments. Now had governor Walker. Ben Governor had there been Republican mayors I know I'm laughing in control of Madison and Milwaukee. Don't you think that the media would have had microphones in their faces been burning down the phone lines and blowing up their inboxes with questions? What are you going to do about this? But that's not happening. It's as if. If it is violence, the exposure of which can embarrass or or hurt the left. Doesn't happen. We're going to recreate the narrative So, we're going to get into this more of this on the program today I'm also on the Scott Fitzgerald is going to join me on the program Senate. Majority leader Scott Fitzgerald. I don't think he has an answer of whereas the governor and the answer is obvious. He's hiding and he knows he can because the press won't force him. To actually lead the state of Wisconsin, but we're going to talk with Senator Fitzgerald about everything from the illegal recording two the governor's attempts in the past, and certainly we expect them in the future. Trying to make it easier to cheat in Wisconsin elections, but also on the program. Can we get an answer to the question? What do you do? If you are a citizen. That find yourself turning accidentally or must. Travel through a mob. What do you do if the mob surrounds your car? I talked about a story yesterday about a man pulling out of a madison parking lot down down Madison parking lot who was swarmed? He got lucky because police were starting their next shift and could help him. Most people don't get that lucky. There was a story. Many of you may have seen this. I thought the Washington Times of a man who. Turned inadvertently into a mob. And was shot. Gunned. It got out of there. And he is being accused of assault and attempted homicide by the mob. What do you do? When that's you. I'd like an answer to the question. I would like an answer from Tony Evers I would like an answer. From Mayor Tom Barrett I would like an answer from Mir Sasha Roads Conway. What do you do? What is the advice that the police chief in Milwaukee Alfonso Morales would give to people if they find themselves in this situation surrounded by a mob, a Ma that is acting in every way to give that person the idea that they are as violence coming. What do you do? What do you do? Acting police chief Vick, wall and Madison..

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Vicki McKenna

03:06 min | 6 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"And our children's future depends upon it. You know what this is kind of the way you take small bites the apple and realized everybody takes that bite then the apples right? The apple's done. You throw the core away. But everybody takes bite. The core is the recall in so i. do what we need though is. We need to have those third party groups, or some of those other people out there who know how to kind of pull big things together to to recognize that this is something that I think is doable now. Someone just emailed me and said well if we recall. Recall Tony vs that mean. We have Mandela Barnes the Lesser Mandela. Would he be governor? Know if we if we were successful in in recalling Tony Evers, it would tee up a special election. Tony ears would run against another candidate. That's what would happen. Let's go to Joe I think in Beaver Dam. Hard time seeing my screen. I think it's Joe Hi Joe. Just wondering though, and you just hit on. That point is who are we to put up against Tony? I gotTA TAKE! Let's just throw some names out all right. Let's throw some names out here David, Clarke Rebecca Klay. Fish Leah Vouk mayor. You know anybody else Geez I mean. We've got some people who are who are otherwise occupied right now, so we could. We probably could find Sean Duffy. Sean? Duffy is right now. Otherwise occupied. I think we could find a pretty dynamic person. In the event that we're successful and again, even if you're not successful, then you've you've your. Goal is to keep McKenna. O! I'll tell you what I. Tell You. What if nobody else wants the job and in people are successful in doing this then you know if everyone else takes a pass. I I I'll be your huckleberry. Governor, Vic. Thanks man I the call. I appreciate the call. There's a ton of dynamic conservatives tons. That and again remember I. Don't WanNa I. DON'T WANNA. Tell you. This is a sure thing, but it's not it's. It's not an insurmountable. Mountain. This isn't and I like to use this analogy that I created myself called. It's not roller skating backward up a mountain. That's not what it is. It is a difficult task that would require an enormous amount of enthusiasm from the Republicans, but. Are you enthusiastic? Do you see what's happening to your country? Do you see what's happening to your state? Do you see what is happening to American cities? Do you see what is potentially coming next? Milwaukee announced today that it was going to deny the Milwaukee Police Department dollars to purchase tear gas for crowd control at the DNC so presumably the city of Milwaukee wants to see occupation and Bernie Bros..

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Vicki McKenna

04:48 min | 7 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"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 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 mechanics show. Just three more that just came in. WAS.

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Vicki McKenna

02:24 min | 7 months 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..

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Vicki McKenna

04:03 min | 7 months ago

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"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.

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Vicki McKenna

02:23 min | 7 months 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..

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Vicki McKenna

05:46 min | 7 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Vicki McKenna

"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.

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Vicki McKenna

03:22 min | 7 months 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.

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Vicki McKenna

12:08 min | 7 months 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..

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Vicki McKenna

07:46 min | 7 months 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..

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"evers" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"evers" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"And Tony Evers of Wisconsin this on efforts to re open the economy in the region they say they're working close coordination to reopen the economy in a way that prioritizes workers health also president trump repairing torn veil and national guidelines on when and how the country will start to recover from the sharp economic pain of corona virus as he does so a bipartisan panel of lawmakers is urging him to heed the advice of public health experts W. W. J. news time for twenty one a choppy day on wall street's ultimately stocks ending higher today the Dow gaining thirty three points as we go in depth live in local with W. W. J. business editor Marie Feldman who says the news of new money crunches well is it good or bad here Marie that's not very good especially for the banks chase and they took a hit today after the SBA small business loan program ran out of money Comerica down over two dollars a share Huntington down about five fifty five cents both down seven percent Ford is down almost two percent today to four dollars ninety four cents a share General Motors fell three and a half percent now twenty eighty seven and fiat Chrysler lost five cents now it's seven dollars sixty eight cents Kelly services fell eighty eight cents a share that six and a half percent as more than five million people filed for jobless benefits last week two hundred and nineteen thousand of them right here in Michigan Jackie while many people are wondering how bad the jobless crisis is going to get Marie has it ever been this bad before if I'm thinking no no not like it is right now Jackie this time it's really different I think the number that really sticks out the most to me is that over the past ten years since the Great Recession we've managed to create twenty two million jobs in this country that's almost exactly how many we lost in just the past four weeks here in Michigan the highest total of what they call active jobless claims in the Great Recession was just over three hundred sixty three thousand that was in January of two thousand nine in just the last four weeks we've topped a million that's quite a number of the drop has never happened this fast before and that's what has a lot of people concerned to Jason yeah it's one thing to have no money coming in but it's another to have no money coming in and the bills keep rising up on your kitchen table I was going to play out Murray yeah well the financial community is not hitting the panic button yet but they are watching this closely they're very cautious very concerned we had news though this week that some mortgage lenders are tightening the requirements demanding a higher credit score of borrowers because they think that people are going to lose their jobs after they get a new mortgage or refinance there was also a warning from the auto finance industry this week there's concern that delinquencies and defaults are going to rise and now some banks.

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"evers" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

13:50 min | 1 year 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.

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"evers" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

02:28 min | 1 year ago

"evers" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon

"And when I do I think that I'm excited about what that will be on. So I'm also excited about dating. And this is who I wanna date. I like that man. Honesty, really is the answer to everything. Communication most of the time. No, I think it is. That's I I think we talked about this before. But like my big New Year's things are activity and honesty, but it's emotional honesty nut. I don't lie. My life a lot for those listening. Everyone's making their own little. I like that. Let's help another person in need. How about it? I'm interested. I'm interested Mexican food. Bring you back to that. All over your. You can't wash your hands peppers. That again was the worst moment and the best moment of my life. The text messages, I was sending people were worried Evers in your ear. Your faces peeling off I hate peppers. Never look at a jalapeno or anything of the family again love paupers well away. Away. Even speaking just send me all your peppers. Talkable anybody go to. My boyfriend wanted to plan a surprise party from birthday. So I found out that he's been texting what am I close friends about it? However, my friends showed me their messages, and they seem extremely flirty. He says that he misses her. And if she doesn't reply he continues messaging her with new topics, I'm not sure what to do. And if I should confront him about it. I know it's not cheating. But it doesn't seem like a normal conversation. A boyfriend should be having with his significant others best friend from checking on cheating. I don't like this from the gecko. I don't like this. Awesome. Be on the other hand. This guy's a player. I don't. Okay. So from the top have you ever dated someone that had abreast abreast friend? I've ever dated someone that had a best friend that you were also friends with. Yeah. For sure, but we're talking about actual friends. Or are we talking about like, I was interested in dating a friend of my girlfriend ancillary friends? Yeah. I mean, I think you have to be friends with your girlfriends friends..

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