18 Burst results for "Goodhew"

Why an Israeli Military Option Against Iran Is Possible

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Why an Israeli Military Option Against Iran Is Possible

"Good morning. michael how are you. I'm good goodhew. Good to be back with you as always thank you yesterday. Jake sullivan the national security adviser to the president. Who is your friend. Robert o'brien speaks very highly of a met with national security council chairman. Y'all who lot who. I do not knowing have not heard of before as the us. Israel's strategic consulting group and international interagency bilateral forum met to discuss iran. What do you think they talked about in the think. Actually that this group of american presidents and advisers would ever strike against iran in a meaningful way alongside of israel. Well let me put it. Let me couch it as hope. Okay i don't know what they talk about i. I hope they talked about That jake sullivan. Usa today highest relevant told his israeli counterpart at the united states and tends to go back to the talks with the launch and And maybe they're optimistic about getting the jcp. A renewed in which case united states x. y. And the to enhances real security which means understanding. That's the united states understands that. He's iran violate the agreement. If he ron Starts moving ahead to enrich iranian more. Create a warhead or to. Put that warhead on top of ballistic missiles. The united states you consider that a violation and we'll acts accordingly either by itself oversupply by supporting israeli acted but also capability United states has military capabilities. That israel does not have. I don't wanna surprise anybody who does not have strategic bombers And the united states could land lease sale some of these capabilities to israel in the sand. I think very profound message to iran. you know. Don't don't mess with us

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"goodhew" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"goodhew" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"Good morning doug ducey. How are you governor real goodhew. How are you good to hear your voice. I'm glad i'm not you. Because i honestly do not know what i would do with this number. I've read the letter that the are sent the president you signed. I have read the press releases. The numbers are astonishing. Would you review the letter that you sent the president biden. What you're asking for and why you were asking for it. Well this is beyond the border crisis. And of course people know arizona and taxes are border states but twenty six governors from across the country of signed on to this. Because it's really beyond just the border crisis. It's a catastrophe. And it's things like including a national security crisis because we don't know who's coming across our southern border. It's a public safety crisis. Because all of our states are experiencing a rise in crime and drugs. it's a it's a humanitarian crisis. You can see that just from the pictures and then of course we're told we have this public health crisis yet. When inconvenient at the border they bite administration avert its gaze from. What's actually happening there. And there's not testing or vaccination so governors together all republicans have stepped up and said to isn't biden that you need to act on this. It's the responsibility of the federal government. And we've requested a meeting with him within the next two weeks. We wanted to go to washington. Dc and bring back the policies of the previous administration that we're actually working at the border. Now governor ducey for the benefit of people new affiliates. That may not know you. You are like the most responsible guy ever when it comes to confronting a problem after the school shootings. You can convened experts. You brought in. Every.

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"goodhew" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

Twenty Thousand Hertz

06:51 min | 4 months ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Twenty Thousand Hertz

"When i was four or five i would go over to my grandparents house on weekends. I'd sit very close to the television practically with my ear to the speaker. I'd watched shows like spongebob rocket power. Rex solid goodhew. The only reason i watch them was because of the commercial. Your sanford venture a new lego dino island team up with johnny under study that those commercials where like a window into the site at world and now i can make my own magic mcmil. Legible pizza changes color. They'd tell me about the latest lunch. -able legacy or transformer and forms of the evil galvez. Ron what did how much it costs. And yes actual gene figure awful. Tv commercials where my version of window. Shopping besides the shows themselves made no sense to me. i knew that spongebob worked from crabs. That patrick wasn't very smart and squidward was an ill-tempered clarinet spongebob. But i didn't care. Because i couldn't understand what was happening half the time spongebob black. There wasn't much go. But what i didn't realize kid was that i was born a kind of a historic moment for blind people. When movies and television. I started using something called video description back when we first got going in the early nineties. There was probably one or two hours a week at most of described programming. It's an incredible story. And one which i only learned recently. We even had a telephone guide where you could call our special phone number and you would hear what was being broadcast with description that week and i heard it from bryan gould here at the national center for accessible media Okay well what are we doing other that. We're finally here. I just wanted to learn more about you. Video description. and why. Why would you wanna do such a thing of all the you could be doing what. What made you decide to do this. I have my Patented elevator sort of answer for you which will give you right now I graduated college. And i wanted to be a writer and i found a job where i could write and watch. Tv and get paid for it with a video describing essentially narrates the action on screen for people who are blind or have low vision this allows them to follow along with the story without seeing the screen. Another commonly used term for this is audio descriptions now back in the nineties. When brian took that job this was a pretty new concept. But over the next twenty. Five years brian would have a huge impact on the world of video description. And what really changed. Everything was when he worked on the descriptions for one of the biggest movies of all time. That's coming up after the break when you pay for job site. You should know what you're getting unfortunately with lots of these sites it's basically blackhawks. You pay to post a job and then just cross your fingers and hope that you get a good candidate. That's where indeed comes in indeed. Is the job site that makes hiring incredibly simple. 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"goodhew" Discussed on Sweet Truth

Sweet Truth

04:18 min | 4 months ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Sweet Truth

"But if there is one that i can encourage unto does god knows it. Oh drop the price list. So much going on in the world that you want to be the one that caused onto guide and i scott for help us get to be there for you because it wants to you once full. Who wants to you of one. Who doesn't want to sometimes gets four point where you have to stop playing the victim. Stop playing the victim so been the victim stopping. You've led the victim salon long. It's been so long. Know life gets to a point where you have to stop playing the victim and call upon god even though you're heading even though your side even though you're in penn- call upon that he wants to be therefore you he wants to heal you. He wants to hear your emotions hill. Your pin you your your your situation here you fiscal. I've heal your commodity. He wants to heal you. He wants to be there for you. He wants to come for you. He wants to love on you. He wants to surround you with his goodness with his faithful. Love wants all this things from. You'll only one but stunned in in between this good things that god wants to do for you and bless you with. Is you of stunned in in the way so icee get out of the way and lead gut help. You'll get out of the way and lead. Goodhew you get out of the way and let god be therefore you and and show you with his love and his pierce and his goodness let god lead god let god without business said for those willing to pray the repentance prayer with me please repeat after me for the gud in the name of jesus. Thank you for your son. Jesus craze a thank you that he died and rose just for me. I repent of ma. San intend to you. Father us sarin every aspect of my life over to you father. Ice arena every aspect of my heart over to you. Every habit accusted atrophied every private thought our custody down. Lord i surrender to you i am forever y'all's in private. I belong to you in public. I belong to you. Lead the aroma of my life send a swift smelling fragrance up to you lord automous steps father a chills. Save you for. There is no other god but can lead me astray from. You'll love father. Thank you of. Jesus christ washes me. Cleanses me cavs me and makes me whole father. I receive your son. Jesus christ as my lord and savior in jesus name amen amen. Amen found my hope that you will be blessed being courage. mb fearless..

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"goodhew" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

04:42 min | 4 months ago

"goodhew" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"goodhew" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

The Jose Morales Podcast

04:52 min | 9 months ago

"goodhew" Discussed on The Jose Morales Podcast

"My credit my credit excellent. Sometimes they won't accept four five five chances goodhew next one because they're going to want you to spend that money on their card. Yeah i mean that makes sense. That makes sense. 'cause i don't 'cause 'cause the because i want to get an account it's like thirteen thousand dollars and i don't want to pay all right because a lot of money but to get investment back into the business but i don't want to open a new credit card because i hate opening credit cards because it so i'm do that. Why did you hit it. Because i feel like it hurts your credit score to manage. Yes or no so. I think it hurts my credit a lot. Because they're looking at the available and what you spend so if you have five hundred dollars available and you know four hundred dollars. It looks horrible. Yeah if you have five thousand dollars available in two thousand. And that's a big thing every year. Always make sure i do the reapply for the annual to make sure i raise my credit so i make that gap because our house one thing i learned is you need to make that bigger so i always make sure i do that every exit. I need to do that this year. Thanks reminded me. Kelly coming over some heat kelly konno episode all experienced. Like what i. So i got into. I got into some really really really bad debt and could not to school that credit card. It okay so she told me it was school. At efforts we had this conversation. She said i had x. Amount of dollars in school at okay because we're talking about houses and then and like i don't even know it was forty. She says she had credit cards. What she said she. She said it was school house. Okay cool school dozen credit cards buying you a car you want you want to read. You want extra cheese on it. So that's the main reason..

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"goodhew" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"Ladies and gentleman Nah. So stars in schoolboys. Agree it's time to mull it over is businesses usual at the front and size but at the back, it's time to party like is nine, hundred, eighty, nine. The mullet has Dr Once described in the dictionary short at the front long at the back and ridiculous all over appears to be undergoing another Renaissance Sports Daza rocking at Miley Cyrus Jacob Laura de have dabbled in private school. Boy's on and off the playing fields and everybody in England at growing the mullet again, the closure, the Bob during lockdown as being cited as a factor. But some point to the school rebellion lear laws and a foam around the college student prides himself in his fiery ginger mullet as up magician. Every boy just starts out to grow malady said it's one of those rebellious things and I think it has. A, lot to do with the rules and regulations they put in private schools is ironic because at the time I think I was gonNA slightly different a not going to follow a conventional had cut that we radical as I can. But now everybody has one Paul Edmonds the award winning stylish secretly crafted. If you mullets adding that the style evolved from roots in the Early Nineteen, seventy, I think we have. The hounds back during the tug of war to be honest if you can hear them in the background, it has to be proportionate with a mallet. A lot of girls tend to lead the back blomgren have quite a wispy, quite soft layered look Australia's sports fans have been taken back by the number of mallets grown at the Aussie rules. Football matches. The blame credit goes to New Zealand rugby player Jack Goo-. Mind you could could be found the hand of frustrated partners. Parents of mullet whereas goodhew has shown US locks this week we had a good run together, but it's time for the mallet and I to part ways. Was it the right decision? As. For miley Cyrus she's taking a leaf out of her father, Billy Ray Cyrus book, and as an advocate influence and cut hair home and she said made me Lert Rod. Stewart. So in the Mallet I mean, what what can we? What can we really say about the the delicious maller so we have ladies fashion news here kitten hills give a stylish left to the flipflop. There has been a debate over wearing flip-flops beyond the beach. Now, the latest fashion version is barely even suited to sand flipflops over kissing hale that's a slightly. raised. Hill meow or kit flops as a known in Harper's bazaar hit the high street they come in nude white or black leather with a spindly little hill I, think that Butler remain need these kitten hills is like a flip for revolution similar to the Bra the Wonderbra the flipflop though I have to say still does rob an airtight an excessively Harry Toe. So the UK's enduring love the thatched roof that Stroll Laden Ruth is helping traditional.

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"goodhew" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tune in Google play in our eye Tampa Bay dot com were a little bit of a break here. There's eight or ten of them in the can there, you can check them out. Remember subscribe rate and review, if you subscribe, then everytime, we post new ones you get a little notification on your smartphone there. Then you'll know to go there and check them out going to be doing one of those with John here coming up as soon as I get an afternoon off and get by there to record some more looking forward to doing that, for sure. Again. My guess is captain John a rivers. I always want say kept John rivers from up the panhandle. It's okay. John, John, and I were doing some stuff together for our website. He was my panhandle report guy for years before he made the ventured out here with his bride. And now he guides here, 'cause Tampa Bay home. So that's pretty cool stuff. I love it up on all the nonsense going on. Reggie with with the raise of this Montreal thing do a horrible as that. I mean, seriously, dude, I was like, when I was Ronnie yesterday from Fisher report at four o'clock on DA, and I was just unlike you know what? Let's talk about something fun. That's like about fishing now that I heard the mayor talking, and he said, it's not gonna have I can't imagine it happening either. I think it's just all poppycock little, I think it's kinda ploy to it. Might be. He even said it was kind of insulting the fans. Yeah. It really is. I mean, I don't know how you'd pull that off with just logistically and the family situation. And then the tax situation, there's so many, you know, you can't build a stadium in Tampa. But you're gonna go one in Tampa and one in Montreal and make any pull that off. Yeah. So that's pretty brain dead. I don't know. Let's go to the phones here. Real quick. Check in with a good friend, Jim plastic Jimmy. How are you, brother? I can't complain my friend Goodhew voice what you got this morning. Your gifts name cap, John rivers. John, welcome John morning. First time maybe the second or third time since I've been listening to you disagree with you about something come home like that. I'm okay with that KOMO state of a while ago about Fisher with artificial. Yep. Would be to do it on a charter or just constantly. I gotta disagree. I think that the, the trick is what kept sell time if you want to catch fish with art officials lead your net at home. Don't take any bay, don't use any day. Just continue officials. Bell for over almost two years every single week and we never had any lie ever use of artificial, and we caught plenty plenty of fish, and then after Mel died I kind of made it a crusade to not use shiners anymore to grafter smoke with other officials. I think you remember the. I, I caught a hundred seventy during the summer fficials. So I think that it's just like if you put your mind to it and just make up your mind that you're not gonna news, any live, as you can catch all the fish, you want UCR officials because you teach yourself. I totally one hundred ten percent agree with you. I agree with your tactics to get to that level. That's the key is to spend time with artificial, which is also my favorite thing to do the here's the reality..

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"goodhew" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Morning. Phone lines open Hillsborough. Nine zero penelas four six one. They both end in nine three five to remember. You can also follow us live at Facebook slashed, real animals where we got the Facebook live feed up there as well. You can bring questions and comments. They're also it all answer them here later today. Let's let's try to jump through a couple of calls here. Let's check in with Steve south shore, angler Stevie. Boy, how are you? Captain's leasing Michael. I'm Edgeley superb this morning. Thank you very much. What's up? I had a granddaughter that just graduated from eighth grade yesterday. The Loomis Emily saw the that's scary scary. Do choose to. Bam. Boo sold. It miss Georgia just turned seventeen I believe it was juice, graduated her. She's just now officially senior in high school. He does it. No, no. It's all good. She officially got behind the wheel of a car. You know what's scary to me by saw that picture of tiger at Emily in? I remember because her in Georgia went to the same elementary school. Although, obviously Georgia's older little miss Emily would see me and take off running in the parking lot and run at me a job. And I would catch her, then I mean, she was just this little thing in way, nothing. Now, I look at them like she run me over. I mean grownup I'm like, what happened there? Man, snug gird. Snuggle class was the first one to start from the first grade. Yep. Yep. Twist, that's pretty strong stuff. It looks shorter school. Anyway, if people wanna see something if all you want to do is watch the CCA in action go down there to Williams park. Sometime if they're having one of their order piles, you know where they take always deposited putting around various bars out there. It's unbelievable. How fast they can make ten tons of Worcester's go away and go become place for the residents to go. Unbelievable how fast that happens. It's really good work that they do. Very nice. Steve, you bet kiddo. Thursday, June six team Ahonen south shore anglers team Honi on fiftieth, an atom. Oh, we'll have captains tie Colby and captain Darrow, pedestal. And they're going to be talking mangrove snapper, everybody wants to know what they can go out and catch to put some food on the table. It's time for sure, June. The full moon will be coming soon, and combat command Kabu. It'll be time for those fish to really turn on they've been crazy this year so far. So we're going to have Cubans from the Latin bistro, and we're going to have pizza from west your pizza. Thursday night. Seven pm team, Honi, there's no need to miss that, if you're looking to put something into boat. Michael Mike time is up. Thank you for yours. Lease it. Nice talking me this morning. Dear. Good. Good to hear from you. David itself showing goes they do a good job over there. Let's go back to the phones. Check in with a good friend captain, Jim plastic Jimmy. How are you, buddy? Mar mike. Onto you. I'm doing well I'm doing well. Everything good, Mike. I want to say give some love out to CCA for all they do what kind of on a different. No, I want to give them some blog for their selection of spokesperson. Capitalize is knowledgeable about a lot of different fishes and the different methods of fishing all over the state of Florida. You bet. She's take Hewlett well-spoken, she's very, very energetic about the tournament about CCA, and you can hear this ever voice, and on top of that, she's easy on the eyes. Could have gone better. Well, cats. So much. It's, it's such a pleasure, getting to know you, and we developed a friendship over a couple of years and just talking to you on the phone in the past, or just been been really enjoyable and thank you so much. You're quite welcome. Quogue open mic. Well, I would like to also get some love out to one of your callers emotional, Steve Hoffman. I've known for a couple of years now and last Sunday after the show went to my room and a leg exercise tried to get straight back in my legs. Not about an hour later. I called Steve and after thirty minutes on the phone with Steve going back to my room and device sizes again because it's such a good job of revitalizing and encouraging is about ovation. Speakers no doubt. Every time I think about the conversation with Steve, I'd do another set of exercises. Just trying to get my leg strong. Good people. Love you, buddy. Good stuff. Good stuff. Well, everybody fishing communities, type place, my friends, stay after Jim plastic goes Goodhew voice, buddy. I love it. I love all the people. I tell you all the time that the best people ever done in my life people in the fishing industry, all fishermen in general. Great, great fishermen in your family. Your son is the captain's great work, you know, every once in a while I hear somebody say, well, the apple didn't fall from the tree. I say help he has forgotten more about this. And he's still knows about fishing all over. No. He's a ankle. He's a very good chart academies, a better person than that's that says a lot because he's a good fisherman. So Jimmy good job job. She did on raising hell. Amen. Thanks. Have a good day. Bye, buddy, good stuff, right there. Let's get are safe boating tip of the week captain, Jim Fogel, Jimmy. How are you? I'm great. I'm great kept Mike. Emily could hear you guys morning. Expel, good morning. And if I did not go up and fish with cap Mario once in a while. I'd probably be upset that you're just letting more fish out up there. Go. That's you know the captain's up their love it. It gives them, you know, I, I can't tell you how many captains say to me, you know, I get people call me all the time asking me to take them read fishing for that star tag. The captain's promote the fact that they're like that. So. Yeah. 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"goodhew" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He spent possession of documents. How did he lied workplace with his with with work pot? I belong to the government. And how it eight often still village? It's important question Victorian Goodhew. Interesting question question, they're covered by the president records act. So if I were there, I would not be canceling into take him home. I don't know. Perhaps. I knows knows what's going on here. I I would defer to the toria whether whether they're covered by the act or not the president could still claim privilege on them. So I I don't think whether he he succeeds or not as another question, but the fact that the government records doesn't answer the question of whether they privileged, and I think the fact that bar works for the American people doesn't answer the question of whether congress has a right to the documents. I personally believe that executive privilege shouldn't apply if he congress. But if you have that you you have to have you for democratic presidents and Republican wanted it can't be a one way street Irvine listeners. We're talking about Nancy Pelosi's declaration that we're gonna constitutional crisis with Victoria, north law professor at Georgetown law and Cy precautious law professor at the university of Virginia. Couple quick comments from Margareta says until the judiciary fouls up with jail or impeachment. The showdown will continue Ryan. Says this administration thinks they are both the law and unless congress holds them accountable. The effectively are throw baron jail for while send the message that the law must be followed. Well, this is a fundraising period for public radio. For more information about how to support cake you go to dot org. And we're gonna go to another funds for the production of forum or provided by the members of kqed. Public radio the germanacos foundation and the generosity foundation. I this is Clinton San Jose. I love cake, you a D, And I'm happy to support it. But I really wanna put a message out there to everyone who works for a company that might have matching I work for a company and matching right now is double..

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"goodhew" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It hughhewitt dot com. Hope you are enjoying maybe week off or maybe last week off. And you're going back to work after Easter vacation. And maybe vacation begins for you this week. Whatever you're doing welcome. Let's take a few phone calls. Whether or not you agree with me the Muller investigations over Anna in Greenville, South Carolina. Good morning, Anna downs that. I you very much. Thank you. Withdraws because radio. In South Carolina that will show what you think about Muller. We gotta get to the point in a hurry, though. I think it's all seic. I am lacking. I am from Columbia South America in over party with the whole party. Is over the mouse up for voted that let his panic and minorities over everything is everyone's cemented into their votes. I think we can hold the election today if we knew their nominee was and I appreciate so much. You're listening on the podcast. Thank you, Ana Brenda in Louisville Kentucky. What do you think? Brandon one eight hundred five two one two three four is it over no. The Democrats from Hillary on down during like a rejected ex lover who cannot move on. I don't know about that. Do you think? So I think so even bad attention is better than no attention at all. Who someone like that? Who? Then their time with someone who cannot move on and accept this is the way it is. This is the way it is. That's that's what I believe is actually what's going on in the public and lagging indicator the very lagging indicator cable news, they don't understand. It's not a story and people don't watch cable news for non stories. I'm surprised that they're not wall to wall with three Lankan bombing. Who are these killers are there anywhere else or Americans their under attack who's been injured? What's it mean for the future Christians being persecuted in other places around the world? What's it mean for other religious minorities? They gotta move on. But they haven't thank you Brenda Kathy in Pennsylvania, Kathy is it over over good morning. Good morning. Thanks for taking my call. It's over the business coke. I don't watch anything with that information anymore. Turn it off because I'm tired of it. I wanna see congress do something that they were elected for. I'd like to see some judges nominated thus far. There's only been one circuit court nominee who has not previously been identified by Don Mcgann, and that's great nominees, but Pat sip Loney and the rest of the White House counsels off gotta get their act together and get some nominees up there because that's what Mitch McConnell's in the business of doing by the way when I come back after break them into play for you. Mitch McConnell's first campaign ad so glad to hear you agree with me. It's over Cleveland. Tom, tom. How are you my friend? Goodhew good morning morning plane, every Giuliani clip there. I said yesterday she gets very important pretty American people to here. And yes, I do think it's over and I wanna put this arrested move forward country. And I just can't believe if people could be so. So this led by media giddy. Ridiculous. I don't think anyone's been sled. Everyone is a combination of exhausted in board and disgusted and four hundred pages. They they absorb it on Thursday. They talked about on Friday on Saturday cook their pies in their cakes and on Sunday, they went to church and they prayed for the victims relaunch. And today we're wondering what is going to happen next and set molten is running for president. And that's twenty candidates. That's where the story is. That's what cable news ought to be doing the democratic race for president. I play various bits of it every day when we come back. I'll play some more. But I wanna get one more in Dennis in Winchester Virginia. Hello dennis. You're on the Hugh Hewitt Show. Got to be quick. How are you, sir? I'm great my my question is one visit congressman real out who they work for. You mean you and may why don't they leave? This look many of them have even some Democrat Nancy Pelosi is going to have a conference call today. Someone a leak, but the word is going to say we're not doing impeachment. What do you people? Crazy. We're not doing impeachment. And so then will that satisfy you when the speaker says we're done? No, we need to get rid of. Paid them for two.

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"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Located in the twin cities so benchmarking an additional support. I think overall helped bring greater awareness to our our leadership on the activities really affecting today's veterans and also are dual serving reserves and guards and quickly. What what advice would you give other companies if they were thinking about becoming yellow ribbon and coming under a nets control in under? She likes to she's tries to show. There's no better place to be provide us great leadership. And you're only gonna see your company greatly benefit from becoming a yellow ribbon company. So I'd encourage you to strongly consider joining very good, the general mills been busy at another great company. They've been yellow ribbon for years. They have been amazing partners. They help us with our mentorship with sharing their best practices with other companies hosting yellow company seminar, just can't speak enough for their wonderful partnership in the state and beyond. I always wonder who you're going to bring in next, but you're up to sixty six companies quickly get up to seventy well, we're working. We're we're working on it in general sharing. All these wonderful stories is only going to help us add more to our plate have more companies. Join our club. I'm fascinated. I'm anxious to see you're bringing in next. Thanks and Joel Taylor's. Thanks for joining us today in Minnesota, military radio, Tom. That was Joel stamp and Tyler leaper from general mills, Minnesota military radio. Joining me now is Robbie Robinson the Goodhew county veterans service officer and also the president of the Minnesota sociation county veterans service officers Robbie welcome back to the show. Well, thanks for having me..

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"goodhew" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KOMO

"News. One thousand FM ninety seven seven six thirty one right now and the KOMO morning news for Wednesday, the third of April. We have plenty of scattered showers around the region this morning, and it's fifty one degrees along with Gregg Hersholt, I'm MandA factor. Here are the top stories from the KOMO twenty four seven news center. We've been able to independently confirm reports I issued the Wall Street Journal that the pilots of an ill-fated. Ethiopian Airlines flight followed the procedure suggested by Boeing's emergency manual. Our source tells us the flight crew did as instructed in case of flight stabilization system known as m s had problems ABC aviation analyst, John Nance says he's not surprised and basically the responsibilities of airline. To provide. The it also includes realistic ability to punch. The automation to notify the jet at a court source told us that they wished to co-pilot had had more training, and that this incident may mean the industry might have to change its definition of what an average pilot means when the full report comes out it's still flu season man for Pierce county. Health officials say it's pretty bad right now. We'll get more live from komo's Carleen Johnson. Last week was deemed week twelve for the flu. And so far six hundred four Pierce county. Residents have been hospitalized with lab confirmed. Influenza this according to the Pierce county health department state epidemiologist got Linquist says this didn't turn out to be a late flu season. And the second wave was worse than the first certainly not the end of the flu season. So we'll have to wait till the end of the season to see if this compares to other years, but it is certainly below last year below that as far as flu deaths go in Pierce county. They've lost thirty one people to the flu median age of those who've died Seventy-three statewide one hundred thirty nine people have died of the flu this season. That's only one child the rest are adults. Carleen johnson. Komo news. A Bill that would require nurses to take uninterrupted meal and rest breaks and eliminate mandatory overtime goes before a state Senate committee today after already passing in the house in Goodhew with the university of Washington and Harborview told lawmakers the majority of the time, nurses, already have uninterrupted breaks in the mandate isn't necessarily we can do this. It's just gonna cost money. I'm not sitting here saying that our our employees, and our hospitals don't deserve. They pray break state absolutely do because we all benefit from that. But it's going to cost us money. Exceptions are carved out for emergency situations and win the employee's specific skill sets required to complete a procedure. But it prevents hospitals from handling staff shortages by requiring nurses to remain on call after their shifts have been completed coming up on the KOMO morning news. I'm Corwin Hake. Rain in Seattle of the purple kind. As MO pop opens an exhibit to the artist forever known as.

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"goodhew" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Shadow is that the same thing. Well. Well, anyway. The radio toll time radio. I've always Tom I feel like radio is so intimate. You know, because we're you're allowing us to come into your car, your your, you know, your kitchen wherever you are working, whatever. And it's such a such an honor to be here with you. So thank you so much. He is say I want to see that hope you on a long time. That's all I could say thank you, Tom. Call every night. Yes. Please. Dinner over the weekend at the house love to have you. Could you? I love good humor that was my favorite ice cream trucks. Yeah. Did love Goodhew. Remember, those I'm hungry now at seven thirty dinner. You didn't offer me your food. I offered you my crawler. Yes. There's my chicken in a ziplock bag that. And having a fridge and stove o'clock. You didn't want any part of that. I feel I feel like I'm just going to say a Russian weapon from from Putin. Hey, let's end with this. Okay. What Cory Booker has announced not only that he's running for president. But that he has a girlfriend. Yes. Who does that? Well, I think he just decided that he wanted to make a public because why people talking about it so announced did you, you know, because otherwise people will be naked little side comments and things like that. Just go out the ahead and the puppy out of it. I think it's good for him. He's got a girlfriend. He's got life and he's running for president of the United States. That's pretty cool. Yeah. It's on the on the hill where where I write for a Meteo reporter on the hill dot com is now the most popular story that we have is is that again this half. This is about entertainment. Well, what's cool entertaining? Is we're going to be back after talking to Rick Unger on seven ten W O R talks day. The Union's statement..

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"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:32 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Radio. I'm your host timelines have been joined in the studio today by Robbie Robinson. Who is the Goodhew county veterans service officer and the president of the Minnesota association county veterans service officers and Robbie we've talked about the fact that there's a county veterans service officer in every county in any issue that a veteran might have any questions any problems. Should they start with their county veterans service officer, you should be able to either take care of them or refer them to someone who can service officers are well-versed in all the VA programs even state programmes just last year in two thousand eighteen during there was over two billion dollars worth of? The benefits that came to the state of Minnesota are actually act that was fiscal year seventeen. I'm sorry. Is one that was the eighteen numbers. I don't have yet. But I do have with the state of Minnesota with the soldiers assistance program. We had veterans get they'll have three million or three million dollars worth of help states orders assistance program. And the folks that get that help have to be. The CVS oh has to recommend them for that for that service. So we've talked on and off over the past about the fact that even if the veteran out there doesn't need anything today might be worthwhile to stop by. And see his county veterans service officer bring in his DD to fourteen get registered. So in case, he needs some help in the future or in cases family needs some help in the future. You know, who he is? Or she is. And you have the records in there in the system that come on in the office. A lot of times. We'll have the veteran put there at eighty two fourteen on file what the county so just in case, maybe they have a fire or a flood or tornado or something that and they lose their their discharge papers. They're important. I mean, just like they told us when we're getting out of the service years ago. That's the most important piece of paper that you'll have because any benefits start with that even burial benefits. And if we got them on file in the family sprawling after a veteran passes away, we're able to get the records for the family or for the funeral home to make sure that the veteran gives us. Ervices even after they passed. So for our veterans out there, if you haven't metric veterans service officer gets you to fourteen call for appointment or stop in. And and if there if you're not located close enough to your county veterans service after you can go to the next county to. Yep. We will not turn veteran away. We we'll do what we've gotta do to make sure that veteran gets the initial help they need if we need to send them to their county because it's closer we'll do that. But we will take care of all veterans state because that's what we do. We talked to in the first segment about the fact that you work together with the Minnesota department of veterans affairs, you work with the veterans service organization commanders who get together in a in a group called the commanders task force any work with the Minneapolis VA healthcare system. But one of the things that's coming up now that we've turned the calendar, and it's a new year legislatures coming back in session commanders task force is working on some legislative priorities. And I understand this year. You're going to be a big part of what's called Veterans Day on the hill. Yep. This year is the Minnesota association accounting veteran service ulcers year to host the event we will be working with the commanders task force United veterans legislators council ourselves to put on the Veterans Day on the hill rally at the capitol on March the twentieth that'll be at one thirty in the afternoon earlier in the day about ten thirty in the morning to DAV is sponsoring a free. Plunged for veterans. And we look for all veterans in the state to come up. So that we can start making sure that our legislators know that we're out here, and we wanna keep our benefits. So this is a big combined effort between the county veterans service officers all of the veterans service organizations, especially at DAV, we're talking about them in a minute and the commanders task force which is made up of the the commanders from the nine federally certified a veteran service organizations such as American Legion VFW DAV purple hearts, if I keep going I'm gonna forget somebody to want to do that. But they all get together. And what they've been doing since they were elected last summer and last fall is getting together monthly and talking about legislative priorities. We've come up with certain areas that we're looking at trying to get bills introduced this year. They're four of them here like keeping surviving spouses in their homes, a program out there that the surviving spouse of a hundred percents service connected veteran, I can't stay in their home for eight years and get their property tax exclusion. But after eight years it goes away. So we're trying to make that permanent. If possible. I don't get a raise after eight years. So they they still need the help beyond that. Oh, yeah. We also want to ensure that the long term stability of service services for veterans across Minnesota's kept in place. We wanna increase the access to the outdoors for disabled veterans. We also want to ensure full funding for the Minnesota department of veterans affairs and the three new veterans homes that are planned to be built here in the state. And they've announced invasive some progress on that last year to to build three new veterans homes, but those aren't done yet. That's going to take a few years to get those opened up and hopefully that'll help with the waiting lists. Because there is a waiting list to get veterans into the hall. Oh, yeah. There's a waiting list at a lot of the homes here in the state. The only one that doesn't might be Hastings because of the type of home that is because Saddam celery. So these three new.

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"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:25 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Robbie Robinson who is the Goodhew county veterans service officer and also the president of the Minnesota association of county veterans service officers and Robbie is good to have you in studio this week. Yeah. It's good to be here. Again, not think I did the first time I ever recorded with you. We did it in studio and backhanded here today. It's nice to come up here. Every once in a while there we were hearing from you for about once a month for over the last year, and you renewed as president of the association for another year. So you'll have gone two years. And we'll look forward to talking to you. As we go forward. What I want to introduce you a little we got a little longer segment today. I want to our listeners learn so background from you understand that your started out in Georgia Air National Guard was a great or an airman for awhile. But then you went into the navy for over twenty years. Yep. By joining Georgia or national guards right out of high school. And how to Colonel pick me up when I was walking home from school one day. And so you are gonna join the guard, aren't you? So I guess I am so joined the Georgia national guard and surfer a couple of years and started looking around at what was going on in the world at the time. It ended up joining the navy. So I could see the world. Slogan wasn't a joined the navy sees world. But these days you can join the Minnesota national dare to see the world. We just talked to some red bull soldiers from Coit. And and they get they get around quite a bit now to. Oh, yeah. I mean, it's not just the weekends in two weeks a year anymore. So you served a good twenty years in the navy did a lot of things also earned your naval air crewman badge. And then when you're done before you were done, probably you met another lady in the navy and got married. My wife Wendy thirty five years ago at NASA, Jacksonville, Florida. We actually playing softball against each other. She was on the other squadrons team and the rest of history after that. But yeah, we've been together for thirty five years now. So, but addition to serving our military, I understand that you also served as mayor a cannon falls for a bit. Yeah. I served for ten years bureau. Cannon falls? And I just finished my ten years, and my political career is in the river Marano. So how long have you been a county veterans service officer service officer for about nine years? Now, I started out in Washington county and. Then what's the county service also retired since I do live in county? I applied for his position and moved to my county. So you're keeping an eye on things. But in addition to serving our country in the navy for twenty years now you've been serving as a county veterans service officer to help our veterans for almost nine years and stay at that for a while Raby. Yep. I'm you know, I was a chief petty officer in the United States navy and our job was to. Trainer junior officers and to take care of our troops. And this way the Fords me the opportunity to continue to take care of the troops. Who are all the veterans that come into my office? And it's the best job in the world. Ravi leaves? We're speaking with Robbie Robinson, the Goodhue county veterans service officer and also the president of the Minnesota association accounting veterans service officers on Minnesota military radio Robbie LeBron talking on enough for a year. Now about the fact that for anything veteran related anything related to their service,.

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"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Thirty. Welcome back to Minnesota military radio. I'm your host, Tom Lyons. We've been talking to Doug Anderson, the commandant of the Marine Corps league here in Minnesota in Doug. We've talked about your time in the Marine Corps and being on the USS midway that's out in San Diego and Marine Corps league, and you're detachments. And of course, we want all those rains that haven't signed up yet to come over. And join you one of the reasons that you that you want to build your numbers is because you're a member of what's a thing called the commanders task force. Yes. Which is made up of the veterans service organizations throughout Minnesota VFW American Legion DAV purple hearts, rain core league, there's nine of them. And what you do is you combine your numbers in terms of membership. So that you can go up to Capitol Hill and start working on it continue to work on legislation that help our veterans that is correct time. Yeah. And we we really as a task force. That's what we concentrate. Solely on is. What's good for our veterans in the state what help too they need? What legislation? Do we need to get past? It's better experience for me because I'm really not a political guy. But but Ripley in over for they can't have like, okay. This is how we're gonna this is how it's done. So we've had you guys on the show a few times, and you get the opportunity to meet with the other department commanders. Yes. And the president of the paralyzed veterans of Minnesota, and of course, years accommodate, but you get together once a month, and you talk about some priorities to help veterans and their families. Yeah. We try to keep our priorities down to four of them is what they really want us to concentrate on the big, you know, what for big issues are we going to go after this year during the legislative session, and it's kind of a back and forth as far as because there are some people on a task force that are very passionate about one thing. But the other members of the task force kind of like, okay? Well, yeah. Yeah. We appreciate that. You have this this passion for but really is at helping all the veterans in the state. So you try to prioritize and take the four best issues up to the capital. Yes. That's what we try to do every year and we've been covering for the last eight years in event that happens up at the capital's has called veterans on the hill. Yes. Veterans Day on the hill where you actually get to talk to legislature. All the features that come in. Now, cocktail you wanna really say, hey, you know, we'd like to get this these bills passed in. We have sponsors forum. That's kind of the biggest thing that I always try to do is try to find the sponsors for him. So it's January. We got a new governor. We've got new commissioners legislatures getting ready to come back into session and March twentieth. You're going to have Veterans Day on the hill Veterans Day on the hill for all you marines out there come on out. And last year we had a real big turn out. I think the DAV you've got some buses and brought people in from all over the state. Yeah. The DAV doesn't wonderful job with that. And it's just it's just not a drive up. Here. We have buses that are going out to get you come on. In is we want those veterans to their voice needs to be heard. They're up at dinner. And I know there's some information on the DAV website, DAV dot ORG and it's March twentieth. Veterans Day on the hill, all your marines out there, put on your red, marine shirts and caps, and so forth and get out there with the commandant and talk to your elected officials sense. Exactly, right. Come unarmed. Police. Oh, they don't allow any weapons on the hill. All they don't come ready to speak and shake hands and and be convincing right kits. Your voice be heard after something that you're passionate about. And you want your wants to know come on out. That's how you get hurt. As you've told me off the air you implied. This you want to see more marines over there than any other group that I would like to see a lot of marines out there, and you know, the boisterous marines know, how to yell brains know, how to talk loudly and get attention. So we usually know if there's a marine in the room, the you always know when there's a marine in the room, and there'll be a few navy guys that are used to haul in you fellas around air force people will be there to give you some top cover. Yeah. And of course, we'll put we'll surround you by soldiers. You can't get into much trouble. Yeah. Well, somebody's gotta do the dirty work Commodore. We just got a few seconds left. What do you have to say those marines that haven't joined the Marine Corps? Get a give us a call look at it. Look us up on Facebook with department of Minnesota on Facebook. That's already department of Minnesota Marine Corps league, Lucas up contact us with love the have you. We want you to get involved with us because the only way that you're gonna make a difference in this in this country. And then the state is if you get involved, and we hear your voice, welcome Madan. We all took an oath of office when we joined the military. Nobody's ever relieved us. So we still have a lot of work to do. And yes, you're also listening has not expired. Governor thanks for joining us today. Thank you, Tom. I really appreciate it. That was Doug Anderson, the communist commandant of the Marine Corps league here in Minnesota in Minnesota military radio. Joining me now is Robbie Robinson who is the Goodhew county veterans service officer and also the president of the Minnesota association county veterans service officers Robbie welcome back to Minnesota military radio. Thanks, tom. Happy new year. Robbie good to talk to you. And I just wanted to tease. The fact you're going to join us in the studio next week. So that we can do a long form discussion and kind of a year in review all the things that the better slowed association at county veterans service officers.

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"goodhew" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"goodhew" Discussed on Kickass News

"I wonder is it possible that the instant nature of media communication texting social media that they lend themselves to impulsive behaviors and might be rewiring us to have less self-control. I I'm not sure certainly the ability to strengthen self-control is something that varies from time to time and place in place. I'm not sure that social media lead to a general weakening of self-control across the board. I think the biggest weakening he took place in the sixties a really well for one thing that was the era in which it was actually, positively stated in the culture that self control was a bad thing that you got to you got to let it all hang out. You've got to release you inhibitions that if you too inhibited, you'll be neurotic, and uptight, and it will burst out in in in other ways that you got to be spontaneous. You've got to be free. Gotta do your own thing. So that was the cultural ethos, and you can see again above the popular music of the era in the the buttons and posters and slogans, but it also is an era in which violence went went through the roof. A lot of people don't realize that in the sixties the Burda rate increased by more than doubled ran and the rate of rape and assault, and it I think not coincidentally it was an era which self control was considered uptight and repressive. And then the worst thing you could be is a well behaved suburbanite bringing up your kids in a safe neighborhood yet to walk on the wild side. Well, people walked on the wild side. And there were a lot of rapes and murders. So now, you're the the violent crime rate plunged starting in the nineties, and it crept up a little bit in in fourteen and fifteen now, it seems to have leveled off and interesting by lot of other measures the younger generations, the Baleno and the generation after the else generation, Z origin. Seemed to be in some ways kind of uptight and repressed and really violent. Well, they less unprotected sex less teenage pregnancy, your car accidents, less violent crime, the the there are I think some panicky stories about how screwed up the the generation Z is certainly exaggerated. But when it comes to impulse control. It's really the baby boomers that are there the pathological generation. Really? Yeah. That is so fast baby boomers were a crime prone generation. Yeah. Much more. So than the the millennials or the the I Jin, and I think recently wrote an article where you actually blame the baby boomers for the whole snowflake. Well, we see now. Well, that's something. You've you've dealt with yourself over the past number of years here, political correctness and de platforming speakers and so forth. Indeed. And I think you know. There's blame to go around to cross the generations. But the thing is even if it's the maligned millennials who are deployed forming speakers, it's the baby boomer deans who are patting him on the head and say Goodhew, you're fighting for social Justice, and certainly the baby boomer's heyday, there was a lot. There was some D platform and my colleague e o Wilson of the book socio biology, people brought noisemakers to his lectures, they drown out someone doused with a picture of ice water at a scientific conference. Another of my Elat colleague, Richard Hearne Stein was d- platforms multiple times, and this was in the seventies. So it started with the baby boomers and all those protesters are now I've dean of student life. Interesting now one of your earlier books. I wanna say it was the stuff of thought you talked about how words take on meaning and lose meaning over time. It's strange. Say this I guess to a linguist, but is it possible that today's generation gives words too much power. You know, it's funny in in some ways in terms of the sensitivities around any kind of word for drug toward for racial minorities. And in the I'll just give an example of this kind of word magic, the idea that words themselves can can cast spells you're like kind of Brian you knock wood after you say something might is going to attempt the right eye and curses and prayers people generally do believe that words have causal power magical power. And it was the scientific revolution. That said words words, but an example, this is a real life example, there's an organization of artificial intelligence called the neural information processing society goes back to the eighties called nips. It's been around for a long time..

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