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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"All going to need to get away here by Wednesday morning when the wind chill may dip to fifty below coldest air in twenty three years. There is some good news to that's coming up after Laura's news now, it's mostly cloudy. Twelve degrees at five zero three and the hour's top story is our weather. Governor Tim walls says he will leave it up to school districts to call off classes because of the dangerously cold temperatures coming and that no edict will come from his office. Many Minnesota school districts are canceling classes, Tuesday and Wednesday. Joe Gothard is superintendent of Saint Paul public schools, which has called off classes through Wednesday. Now temperatures can be a little bit more are little bit more predictable than total snowfalls. So we know that Wednesday appears to be the coldest right now. But we have deconstructs about tomorrow and a Minneapolis Ditto. According to superintendent at graph in a Facebook message to parents our highest priority. When making these decisions is always the safety of our students and staff, even though governor walls is not pre previous Minnesota governor. I have called off school statewide due to the weather. Mark Dayton, did it in two thousand fourteen in Governor Arne Carlson, did it three times in the nineteen ninety s. Well, it was a snow day today for many local school kids in Saint Paul's Highland Park that mental little sledding fine. This is a new sled, and he got it from Safeta snow emergencies also going into effect in both Minneapolis and Saint Paul tonight. Make sure you take care of those cars. So you're not having to deal with that when the temperature plunges tomorrow a Bill to allow recreational marijuana sales in Minnesota is being introduced in the house and Senate today, the Bill would allow adults twenty one and older to possess grow and by limited amounts of recreational marijuana in a process, regulated by the state Republican Senate majority leader, Paul gazelle ca says legalizing pot is not a priority. And he doesn't expect it to pass this year. Big news regarding longtime, Minnesota Bank, T CF. It's merging with chemical financial in Detroit where? The new combined company's headquarters will be Minneapolis is expected to keep what officials are calling a significant operation center. The new institution will have more than five hundred branches in nine states. As the dangerous cold moves into the metro crews are scrambling to prep the course for this weekend's cross country ski festival in Minneapolis today. Crews are turning the preparations of the city of lakes l-o-p-a-t-e festival. Like it starts.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"I think we're going to be very very close to groundhog day nineteen Ninety-six I wouldn't be shocked to see a thirty below in the suburbs Wednesday morning. That is dangerous that is serious. That's right. Even for core. Minnesotans dressed properly. Ricksen Wilmer wants to jump in here. Rick. It's gonna get cold. Back in ninety four and ninety six when Governor Arne Carlson decided to shut down the state. Yup. And I found out that I was probably more of a daycare provider. A teacher by the comments the parents made they were very upset at that time because inconvenience them. Yeah. Yeah. They had what are we going to do with the kids? What are they going to go? How you know? Everybody was working two jobs. Probably you know with mom and dad, both working it all of a sudden, boom. The announcement came out. And what are they gonna do it? It is a bit of a hardship. I gotta be honest when you're especially when your kids are little you gotta call into your boss and just say, I can't come in the kids are home. Do you want? Do you want your kids to keep all their fingers and toes? No. I mean saw you gotta pick your poison wise choices. Nobody wants them to be in danger. Of course. But it I mean, I could see it both ways. I see it. From the paranoid sitting convenience life is ending convenience. Yes. Yes. It is. And out in the rural areas where the snow is blowing and drifting and you get a bus stuck. And for some reason, you can't get started in the and back in those days. They didn't heat worth a darn anyway. It's not like they are now everything, you know. You're you're talking twenty some years ago and conditions work as good as far as being able to notify others. If there's an emergency that worked the cell phone. That's drew. Hey, so it was a good deal that Arne Carlson closed our school and teachers were allowed to come in and work. So that we didn't have to make up extra days in that a Rick that was I just look this up that was January eighteenth nineteen Ninety-four and the air, and it was a statewide all Minnesota public schools were closed by Governor Arne Carlson here in the metro was twenty six below at nine AM with a wind chill of forty eight below. That's the new wind chill formula. I think it will be one or two degrees colder than that here Wednesday morning. So again, we'll see what governor walls does what the local schools do. But again, you got her on the side of caution. I know it's an inconvenience for parents, losing your fingers and your toes is also a bigger inconvenience without a shadow the Dalai we have. Or you can't pick your nose or at your life. Go thanks for the call. Thanks for being a teacher for our kids. We need great teachers out there like Rick. It is also three twenty one. I will revisit whether I promise every hour of the show coming up before twenty coming up at five o'clock again. Well, it's a big story today. No. It's a big story. We can't ignore it. I am. So looking forward to spring. I went to the boat show yesterday. And it was so nice to sing the pontoons just made me happy. It's like we're gonna get through this. We're gonna come out the other side, and it's going to be fine. That's right. That's right. It's minnesota. Don't get hurt. We don't we don't get earthquakes volcanoes all glad when we get back Howard Schultz. Starbucks chief president Schultz. Let's talk after the break all your dead. Thirty four million American smoke..

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"August, July and September. So we want to hear from you the best Minnesota month. You can see the full bracket. Add Corey Hezbollah on Twitter. January twelfth seed it's not survive in that first round. That's fair. I don't think you could argue that is twelve is fair for January. If if you'd put February and the twelfth to I don't know that you could argue that. But I do think your point is very well taken that it's really DB ginning of the that winter just log that does he said the climb up the mountain the whole ring the good thing about February's. There's only twenty eight days twenty nine every four every four years. Leap year thing. Also saw a tweet from Dave Berggren who used to work with him at Evan. He said have we gotten soft when I was a kid would we've even cancelled on a day. Like today, I was actually wondering how many districts are are wishing they didn't cancel because at least where I'm out in the where I'm at in east metro, you know, predictions were five to nine inches. I don't know when I got up to plough at this morning. It was probably three to four was around five five thirty in the morning, and it was really tapering off at that point. It's basically done now. I don't know Hank. I mean, not only getting soft. But I'm wondering if maybe like, you said, the the early announcement the fact that we're sending out tweets and texts and putting it on websites the night before I wonder how many districts are thinking two hours late actually would have been just fine. Yeah. They certainly plan. You know, they look ahead and look at the forecast and say, okay, this is what we're expecting. And and obviously the goal is to keep everyone safe. You know, you you just don't want kids going into school and teachers and counselors and coaches, and you don't want everybody going into school. If it's if it's unsafe. Yeah. And the hard part, especially this week is going to be the next two three days. How many districts how many schools are going to have to close because of the cold that's expected tomorrow, and and specifically Wednesday into Thursday, you're you you could be certainly. Looking at a lot of schools missing almost the whole week now. And so I mean, that's that's that's something. They have to plan for maybe if you have to tack on days at the end of the year or skip a teacher workshop day or something like that. And the shake up the schedule. I'm sure is not an easy thing when it comes to district and figuring out bussing and all that stuff. Yeah. I mean, Governor Arne Carlson cancelled it because in the nineties because of those cold temperatures, and I think governor Dayton did too and twenty fourteen, but yeah, when we were kids, you know, when it gets cold enough, cancel it. And that was what ninety six second ninety six when we hit sixty below Arnie was our guy you are guy growing up in that time. Yeah. All right. A a Minnesota based company is.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:16 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Eleven ten on this Friday. We're working our way to the weekend where it's gonna be a cold weekend. Maybe stay inside. Maybe watch the Ted Bundy tapes, a Netflix will get to that in about ten minutes here. Let's look serious. One thing to just take into the weekend is think about is always helped me, so hopefully, they can help you to hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny. Lots of times, we wonder why is that? Why is that in front of us? Why is that hardship? Why is that why is that setback right there? But remember the road is is filled with twists and turns and bumps and we just keep going. It's about the journey. Well this weekend and into next week. It's going to be cold. And we're asking you this morning. We've got the text line open. We've had calls coming in. But what's too cold for you? What are some of your cold memories? And and another one too. How do you prepare for the cold? Yeah. How do you prepare? You buy extra food. So you don't have to go outside. Just kinda hang in during the weekend. Well, yeah. How do you prepare? Put air in your tires full think a gas to whole tank of gas, I filled up two days ago knowing this was coming. But I I had an old car Saturn few years back. We finally finally got rid of it. But I I'm pretty sure every year. I had it in. My I must be six seven years. I had at least one flat tire during the winter every single year. I don't know what it was about the car. It was different tires different wheels. But I've I've taken Finally I finally learned the lesson whereas this morning, I got up and myself, my car, my wife's car, I got up and just checked all the tires put Aaron every single tire just to hopefully, make sure we don't have it because I've had enough of changing tires when it's ten below. Did you just say you drive a dodge Stratos, I did not say that. I drive a dodge Stratos. No, that's not me. Farrell's first breakouts. Innocent. So we saw some great. I love the tweets that are coming in at us to Ed Corry Hezbollah Pat Kessler, WBZ CEO. He he pointed out this morning that it's colder here than it is on Mars Mars, whose the whose the weather caller from ours. You know, like we have weather spotters here in Minnesota Marvin the Martian, right? It's gotta be. Two degrees above zero here on the red planet, and it's much warmer than it is here. And the memes to I I I'll never get sick of the shining memes with Jack nNcholas Jack Nicholson. Was he at the game last night the wolves beat the Lakers was he at the game. I don't sure if he was I'll have to look at that. Yeah. I liked it. They the wolves had a great. I'm going on a tangent. Here. The wolves had a great had a great tweet about showing flip giving Jack a hug courtside when he was with the wolves. And I guess Jack would get annoyed because flip was always up and running around on the sideline and Jack told him one time. Hey, I paid big money for these seats, and I can't see anything with you. And they would ever since they kind of went back and forth and had a good relationship. So that was pretty fun. The wolves tweeted that out and the wolves one they're back to five hundred. Ryan Saunders doing a great job with that team and energy about him. Okay. Anyway, back to the subject here. It's just some of my favorite cold memories. Whereas a kid. Specifically. I just remember the Governor Arne Carlson calling off school for the whole state. Remember where we cheered nothing better than when Arne did it. He was our guy. He was in our corner. He wasn't. He was in the kids me was in our corner. Ninety four ninety six and ninety seventy one time every all three of those every year one time every year ninety four ninety six and ninety seven. I remember one in particular. Yes. My my brother, and I we did the the Wednesday night religion class, you know, big big for kids. Yeah. And so we it was Thursday was projected of the cold day. So we went to the class at the church school a river was and mom picked us up at eight o'clock. And she broke the news to us on the way home. Just so you guys know the governor says there won't be. Oh, the best night after night average, stay up a little later on us at school. I wasn't a school night. Now ED's a mountain dew. Exactly. Just get nuts. Some texts coming in minus forty we would snowmobile when I live north of th for revolves heading for a weekend and the lake fishing right now, you're from Minnesota. Let's embrace it came to Minnesota in one thousand nine hundred ninety one my first ever snowfall was October thirty first Halloween that it's note here every day. But no, I learned. These are great. Corey I was in college in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven, and it was forty below in Duluth. I had to go out and start my car every two hours colleges at that time did not close, John savage. John, probably in savage. Yeah. I remember having to plug my car in at night. You know, you're out there. The plug the car in. I I also remember going to college concordia college in Moorhead the Yale of the midwest. I remember having. I how did I end up with a a morning class as a as a senior? I had I not learned who does that. How really we talking seemed early. Then it was like, eight o'clock. Okay. So, but you've got to be there at eight. Oh, yeah. It'd be there at eight I had some eight o'clock classes of the college student. That's not an easy turnaround. No and. So I remember parking 'cause we lived off campus at this time parking in having to walk across campus. I mean in court, he's not big. So I can only imagine at the U or something like that. But Fargo Moorhead is windy, and it's colder than it is here. And so I remember walking across campus being like why on earth, and this was like, you know, the semester started in January. So why on earth? Did I pick a morning class? Are you kidding me? But the wind just whipping and cold and. I remember snowmobiling as a kid to getting really really cold. I see I don't know what happened to me either. Maybe you maybe you are like this to out there. But I was tougher. I think as a kid, oh, we all were just didn't didn't care loved to be outside. And now when it gets when it gets to be around this temperature, I I'm not real pleased. No. When it's you know, even like yesterday, I went out there for a long period of time. But it was windy, and it was called. Okay. There's a little bit too cold. But now as we're talking in it's you know, three below out there. And and it's only gonna get worse. That's too cold. For me. We've got the poll going up here on Twitter. Let me check in with that. It's been a little while. But we asked you how cold is too cold. And it's kind kinda slow here. Okay. There coz. How cold is too cold? Twenty percent said anything under twenty five six percents at eleven to twenty four degrees. Twenty two percent said zero to ten forty seven percent said below zero. So that's that's almost seventy percent. That's ten degrees or below. That's probably where I fall. Eleven to eleven and over. That's fine. That's fine. But once you get below, and especially the the wind chill is the worst part though, you add on a wind chill to all of this. And then it's just it's just brutal. You can have zero degree day or even below zero for sons out the wind is calm. It's not bad. But even seven miles an hour, ten miles an hour wind if it's below zero or even ten above you feel that that's what you feel. And that's that's what I can't take the pain and the wind on the face. There's nothing worse than you're right. As kids. We were I skied all the time as a kid, a friend who's, you know, my parents were had friends, and they had a son who I hung out with. And the dad was a ski instructor at after Alps, maybe the mamas rubber. But we'd go out there literally almost every Saturday for years when I was kid, you know, ski all day, and we must have had some days that were young ten degrees. Zero degrees. Maybe a little below zero. Whatever it was I don't remember ever once complaining that I was too cold. No, maybe award of dealing with the hand warmers or something like that. But all day out there me, and my buddy just racing down the hills as fast, we can hop it on that charity get up as quick as we could. So we can do it again and the booger smashed on your face. Oh, yeah. Matter not everywhere. Ripping down your Jackie. Yes. No problem at all Corey the one text referred to October thirty first nineteen Ninety-one Wilmer received thirty one inches of snow within a twenty four hour period. Very strange for that time, period Lee. Yeah. I remember that Halloween too. Up next. So what are you going to do in this cold weather? We got a couple of ideas a new series just dropped on. 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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Elect him walls and his Lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan are opening their transition office here at the state capital taking questions from reporters about variety of topics including working with divided government. The Minnesota Senate is controlled by Republicans. The Minnesota house now controlled by Democrats people want government to function may want it to deal with the things that impact their daily lives, and they're pretty much done with the drama wall says transportation, healthcare and tax conformity will be at the top of the list of things to do when he gets started next year in Saint Paul Susie Jones WCC oh more details today on a south Minneapolis gas station shooting in broad daylight Twenty-seven-year-old. Ronnie Jackson is now charged with second degree murder for the Tuesday afternoon killing at the speedway station on twenty fifth in Bloomington avenue, south according to the criminal complaint Jackson and his girlfriend became upset when they came out of the speedway defined their SUV. I was blocked at the gas pump by two other vehicles. Investigators say they began yelling at the man whose car was in front of there's the situation escalated after Jackson was able to move his SUV video shows the man, then throwing rocks at Jackson's car. That's when police say Jackson held a gun out of the window and shot the man once in the head the victim's name has not been released. A former camp counselor is sentence in federal court for producing and possessing child pornography thirty nine year old Scott Francis. Forty at one point worked as a camp director for circle ranch and long Perry Minnesota he's been convicted of assaulting two underage girls from the camp and filming the encounter with an iphone. Minnesota US attorney Erica McDonald, call for a serial predator and says production of chop pornography is becoming a real problem with the development of digital technology. There's been a significant explosion of the production of child pornography, and I don't have to tell you a long lasting impact that has on the individual victims as well signing on Wednesday during sentencing both victims gave statements as well. As a number. Of other victims detailing years of sexual misconduct by forty-eight against underage girls. He received a twenty five year prison sentence sorrow in the state of hockey word today of the death of Bob negligee junior the founding owner of the Minnesota wild in the late nineteen ninety s teamed up with Saint Paul mayor norm Coleman, and then Governor Arne Carlson to return the NHL to Minnesota while team president Matt mak- says navy helped write a wrong when the north stars moved to Dallas in one thousand nine hundred three it means so much to to have hockey back. And and the impact that Bob made in the navy family made in committing to this, and and bringing our sport back to us again, it it's it's gonna leave a legacy that we're all going to be grateful for for a long time Naegler who sold awhile to Craig Leopold in two thousand eight died of.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Top story governor elect him wall. Starting the process of transition regulations. Minnesota governor elect him walls and his Lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan are opening their transition office here at the state capital taking questions from reporters about a variety of topics including working with a divided government. The Minnesota Senate is controlled by Republicans. The Minnesota house now controlled by Democrats people want government to function they wanted to deal with the things that impact their daily lives, and they're pretty much done with the drop. Wall says transportation, healthcare and tax conformity will be at the top of the list of things to do when he get started next year in Saint Paul Susie Jones WC oh ordeals details today on a south Minneapolis gas station shooting in broad daylight Twenty-seven-year-old. Ronnie Jackson is now charged with second degree murder for the Tuesday afternoon killing at the speedway gas station on twenty fifth in Bloomington avenue, south according to the criminal complaint Jackson and his girlfriend became upset when they came out of their speedway gas. -ation to find their SUV was blocked in at the gas pump by two of the vehicles. Investigators said he began yelling at the man whose car was in front of bears the situation escalated after Jackson was able to move his SUV video shows demand thin throwing rocks at Jackson's car. And that's when police say Jackson held a gun out of his window and shot the man once in the head the victim's name has not been released. A former camp counselor is sentenced in federal court for producing and possessing child pornography thirty nine Scott Francis. Fortier at one point worked as a camp director for circle are ranch in long prairie Minnesota. He had been convicted of assaulting two teenagers girls from the camp and filming the encounter with an iphone. Minnesota's US attorney. Erica McDonald called forty-eight. A serial predator says production of the child pornography is becoming a real problem with the development of digital technology has been a significant explosion, the production talk Nagasaki, and I don't have to tell you a long lasting impact that has on the individual victims as well. Citing during four ta sentencing both victims can't gave statements as well as a number of other victims detail and years of sexual misconduct by forty against underage girls. He received a twenty five year prison sentence Sarah in the state of hockey word today of the death of Bob niggly junior the founding owner of the Minnesota wild in late nineteen ninety s niggly teamed up with the Saint Paul mayor norm Coleman, and then Governor Arne Carlson to return the NHL to Minnesota while team president Matt Macau maker says niggly helped write a wrong when the north stars moved to Dallas in nineteen Ninety-three. It means so much to to have hockey back. And and the impact that Bob made in the family made in committing to this, and and bringing our sport back to us again, it it's it's gonna leave a legacy that we're all going to be grateful for for a long time Nagel who sold to Craig Leopold in two thousand eight died of complications from cancer..

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Factory. And the hour's top story. Governor elect Tim walls is starting the process of transition regulations. Minnesota governor elect him walls and his Lieutenant governor Peggy Flanagan are opening their transition office here at the state capital taking questions from reporters about variety of topics including working with a divided government. The Minnesota Senate is controlled by Republicans. The Minnesota house now controlled by Democrats people want government to function they wanted to deal with the things that impact their daily lives, and they're pretty much done with the drop. Wall says transportation, healthcare and tax conformity will be at the top of the list of things to do when he gets started next year in Saint Paul Susie Jones WCC oh in well house. Democrats meet tonight to elect leadership former minority leader, Melissa Hartman is expected to become house speaker most of us have no doubt already turned on our furnaces with this cold, weather, that's moved in and state health. Experts say it's a good time to remind folks about the dangers of carbon monoxide poisoning, Dan transfer is with the. States indoor air program at the department of health, but we want people to be aware of this health hazard in their homes and make sure they have working CO alarms and install operate maintain their combustion appliances and equipment properly, and perhaps consider having an annual checkup tune-up done on their furnace and possibly their water heaters. Some other reminders never run a car in an enclosed space and never run gasoline or propane heater or grill inside your home or garage longtime, Bloomington based class ring and yearbook company. Justin's has been sold to an investment firm for one point three billion dollars, the L A based buyer platinum equity owns several hotels in the twin cities already Justin's is also known as the maker of Super Bowl rings sorrow in the state of hockey word today of the death of Bob negligee junior the founding owner of the Minnesota wild in the late nineteen ninety s teamed with then Saint Paul mayor norm Coleman, and then Governor Arne Carlson to return the NHL to Minnesota wild team. President Matt make us. Says negligee helped write a wrong when the north stars moved to Dallas in nineteen Ninety-three. It means so much to to have hockey back. And and the impact that Bob made in the family made in committing to this, and and bringing our sport back to us again, it it's it's gonna leave a legacy that we're all going to be grateful for for a long time Nagla who sold the wild Craig Leopold in two thousand eight died of complications from cancer. He was seventy eight years old. Well, winter has arrived early allowing skiers and snowboarders to get out already. Amy freshman is owner at wild mountain in Taylors falls, which is opening for the second time this season at four o'clock tomorrow. She says they plan on being one hundred percent open by thanksgiving weekend. We're having right now, we look to be on track to have gosh, I would say five to ten runs open the weekend before thanksgiving. And even with a woman transit stays cool at night. We're going to be in great shape. So you should be able to buy. This weekend come out and enjoy at least one chairlift and will continue to add more as the weather. Stays cold wild mountain opened on October twenty first the fourth earliest opening.

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"governor arne" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"We're headed to fifty nine this afternoon. Ten fifty four proponents of a plan to legalize adult use of recreational marijuana in New Jersey have seen to proposed deadlines for legislative actions. Come and go. So when does something get done ws, David Madden takes a look governor. Phil Murphy and leaders in the legislature wanted to act by the end of September that got pushed back to the end of October. Now, it's the end of the year. Maybe although Senate president Steve Sweeney insist without these deadlines the debate could drag out well in the next year. I've been very clear that we don't have green with the governor yet, we're close. I would think we're very close by. I think we're gonna need the governor to sign off on the Bill. It doesn't get done if the two houses in the Governor Arne agreement what seems to be an issue is getting enough votes to get a Bill to Murphy who was on record supporting legalization concerns center on taxes to be levied on legal. We'd how to set up and regulate the business end to things and what to do with minor criminal violations of the current law beef at Madden k y. W NewsRadio at ten fifty five. It's money. News on KYW with Courtney Donohoe Bloomberg stocks finding some swagger in its step this morning. Investors are looking ahead to the Tober jobs report at this Friday, the final piece of jobs data before the November midterms may show. Hiring improved with payrolls rising by one hundred nine hundred thousand then berry resources will purchase Houston based oil and gas producer Penn. Virginia for about one point two billion dollars. Tad acreage in the eagle shale play in Texas Mercedes-Benz USA's under investigation by safety regulators who say it's failed several times to notify owners and the government of recalls within a federally mandated sixty day window, Mercedes insists it makes every effort to conduct such operations in a timely manner. And pop patrol is most watched television show for preschoolers this year. According to Nielsen, Nickelodeon, parent, Viacom estimates. The show has generated about seven billion dollars in global retail. Sales Papa troll took the greatest share of licensed merchandise sales from kids under five. Topping the NFL and frozen with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Courtney Donohoe updating those numbers from Wall Street now the Dow's up two hundred seventy three points, the NASDAQ up eighty six S and P five hundred adding thirty eight points. Remember when you couldn't order a ride.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Welcome back. Mike, Maxine NWC CEO middays. We just heard from Governor Arne Carlson, we are awaiting President Donald Trump to address the situation. You just heard the latest on a man arrested in connection with suspected package bombs has where he seeing now at least on CNN and hearing from CBS has a criminal history. He has a Florida address. He has no ties to New York where many of these have been sent fifty six years old. And there is a van that has been covered. We're told there Trump stickers on the back of it Trump for president stickers or something in support of him. The van is is now on a tow truck, and they are bringing that I'm sure into the police headquarters David diagnosed by whoever does that. But President Trump is waiting. We're awaiting word from him. He will address the entire thing. Then at one thirty today. The department of Justice will do their debriefing we will carry that live in its entirety. Coming up at one thirty today. So we will have a cover between locally in our sources at CBS throughout the day. Next up we expect to hear from the president states. Donald Trump who has been obviously briefed on this situation. And when he does take the podium, we will cut to that live and bring you much of a big day in WC radio today. Chad Hartman, noon to three Jordan Danny green yesterday is as bopping around the twin cities. He's had a wonderful show started with Rocco ball deli. Kick the press conference live. And then that the last hour when she had Keith Ellison. Former girlfriend in studio was just really good radio. Good radio throughout and. It was it was a it was a fun. Listen in that it was informed. But it also kind of kept getting the edge of the seats throughout and to get to know. Rocco ball deli and to get that in that last hour to to hear Ellison's former girlfriend give her side of the story and your attorney. It was good radio. And it will be again today. What movie can you not afford to miss this weekend? Tim Lammers will join Jordana with his weekly picks. And don't forget tonight. We've got the timber wolves playing the Milwaukee Bucks. Take a break comeback WC CO middays MicMac sitting in LA, you must find it. Even hard to keep up with Kardashians. Now, I wake up and I need about Kris Jenner on cognac questions. What's going on? Is he okay?.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:03 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Rossini Rajkumar back. You're winding it down with the big heavy hitter in our community, and I have to tell you a little backstory, and how this segment this guest came about a couple of weeks ago. I was chatting with former Governor Arne Carlson on the show, and he's always very colorful. And I as a former reporter and current talk show host always love talking with him. He's kind of a talk show host dream. Well, it's an even bigger dream when someone is listening and they call late. Let us know they'd love to come in respond to some of the things governor Carlson claimed about the university of Minnesota. And that person was the PR folk four the chair of the university of Minnesota border regions, David McMillan Sonal first before introduce him to say, Hello. I want to play a little sound from former Governor Arne Carlson from September twelfth. I think the first thing I would do is defined. What is our expectation of a new press? What are our goals and objectives? Then can we place in enforce a system that provides for oversight and accountability right now our system, basically is there's legislators appoint their allies and friends to the border regions. There is virtually no oversight or any public hearings where the public is a whole income to the legislature and make commentary on the university of Minnesota and its performance. David McMillan, the chair of the board of regents is right here with me in studio. David thanks for coming in. Thank you. Machine. It's a privilege in an honor to be here. Yeah. It's great to have you in studio. My first time interviewing you on the air. And I've got to say, you know, it takes a lot. It doesn't always happen. I always love reaction to guests and content. I have on the air to care enough about what you heard that governor Carlson said to have your folks reach out to me and really wanting to come on. And of course, I welcome it. What was it about that September twelfth conversation that got to you? It sounds like well, there's a there's a couple elements of that. And I want to be respectful and certainly positive in my tone. I'm wondering if perhaps the gov- maybe didn't have the context that the around our search process, and I want to be sure that I provide that to to all Minnesotans soul. Let me start with the presidential search process. He had he had some comments as well about the region selection process if you'd like we can visit about that. That's a little different kettle of fish. But most importantly, the board is embarking and has embarked upon probably the most important work that that aboard in any organization, but certainly at the state's land grant research university does in that is to choose a successor for president keilor who's been an excellent and tremendously successful president. And this is the theme. I want want listeners in you to appreciate we are. We are. We are overcommitted and doubly committed to making sure that this is a transparent process with tremendous public input. And I'm not sure the governor was aware, and we may not have had it on our website at the time. I think that was three weeks ago that we launched just last week an unprecedented degree of around the state public opportunities for comment, for instance, crooks in Duluth Morris, both banks of the twin cities campus Saint Paul all those places had four five or six listening sessions aimed at students staff, the general public faculty. Everybody with an interest in this university had opportunity in the search committee has many of them could make the region's on it and Abdul Omari, who's a very very talented chair of that organisation. The search committee all attended those and they're capturing all that input to date. So my my reaction is this Rossini that is that we think we are really working hard to get public input. And I hope to governor appreciates that I hope listeners appreciate that. In addition to those physical public listening sessions, we have an ongoing twenty four seven opportunity on our website to put in comments specific or general. We have the search the search charges out there for the public to comment on. And we also have what the committee is going to do next now is take all that input. They've already gathered what shows up on the website bring net all back together. And then synthesize that into what should the position profile for president Taylor successor? Look like. And we appreciate his input. But we're doing everything we can to be transparent and open to public input. I'm talking with David McMillan. He is chair of university of Minnesota board regions. He's in studio right now, you can talk with him directly. Give us a call six five one eight six six nine eight nine nine two to six and I will say full disclosure. I am a university of Minnesota law school graduate. I do care who becomes the president. But even if you're not an alum, it does seem like you should care. This is one of the biggest employers in the state of Minnesota and around the globe. Minnesota has going on six hundred thousand alumni around the globe. We're in the middle. David of a very contentious nomination process for the United States Supreme court, only one hundred senators and initially twenty one senators later today voting at twelve thirty this is that is a job application. Before judge Cavanaugh. This is a job application process for someone out there who wants to be the next president of the United of university of Minnesota. How do you approach it? I mean because you have to do some things in private most things hopefully can be done openly and transparently what do you want to see in the next president of the u-? Well, that's a great question. And thanks for your commitment to serve.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Rossini Rajkumar with you. And we are talking with former Governor Arne Carlson, we're talking about why he believes we should have more public town halls where people can communicate with candidates, get answers media should be facilitating that visual and that discussion to a much better extent. And we're happy to take your calls. If a couple of minutes, I'm not sure if we're going to be able to get to it because we have a lot of text, and I have questions for governor crossing. So one person is saying this governor Debussy CEO and NPR when sports shows aren't dominating us. Do a great job of covering the basis. I would call this segment at townhall meeting. Love the love the ex gov in all caps. No. I think this session is great. I wish we had more of them. But I'm talking about public meetings where we can sit and talk directly to members of the border regions members of the legislature the governor. The president of the you all the various players because we have a lot of very large decisions before us. And I don't think we're we're we're being terribly. Well, informed. I'm deeply deeply concerned about the quality of a water up north and the willingness to simply put them in tremendous jeopardy. For some jobs without a healthy discussion on what kind of impact will have on health, and is their technology available that actually can clean water. I'm told there isn't. But this listener is saying this governor tell the governor are will March with him in all caps. Freshwater matters. You were recently interviewed by twin cities business magazine. I read the whole interview and you said right now Minnesota is living on the good deeds and the success of our past. What did you mean by that I meant to totality of what really built our state was the following one. I think the Star Tribune with the the coast family was magnificent and they were alternately dismissed because they didn't make enough money for the paper they focused too much on the community. Good. But they were marvelous both political parties were challenged to give us your best and your brightest into a large extent. They did precisely. That we had a citizen's league that every single week sat down forming committees between CEO's of companies, labor leaders and political leaders and starting to fashion public policy. It was out of those groups for instance, that came our whole concept of metropolitan governance, much of our environmental law, much of our human rights laws all generated from those kinds of discussions. I'd like us to begin to realize that if we're a community we have to physically come together we have to physically exchange ideas, we have to physically participate. We have lost much of that. And so that's the purpose of why I'm on the show today. One of the things I'd like to promote is legislation called sunshine legislation that guarantees every citizen the right to know how when where and why their money is being spent right now those. Big decisions are basically fairly dark. So I want to ask you this. I know that we and I'm so glad you're sharing those things. I hope a lot of legislators are listening and other officials and candidates before we went to break, you talked about how you've written the paper written some other media organizations, and I know that you are concerned about government funding of pro sports, and how that squeezing the ability to fund other things. So can you give us your take on that in our remaining minutes with you? Go right ahead. Well, yeah. I mean, what happened when your take your response you? We're going to tell us what was the outcome when you wrote. Football stadium has been kept in the dark. You haven't seen one single article that accurately lays out how much money was put in by the state how much by the city and how much by Sigi wealth. I've tried to do my best to glean the numbers. I can't one find any money at all from Ziggy wealth. I mean, none his so-called contribution all came from the public a tax on seats or naming rights, etc. He generated his contribution from the public the rest of it all came via the taxpayers six hundred and twenty plus million dollars to those of us living in Minneapolis and over six hundred million dollars. I'm the state side. But we can't get any kind of the legislature refuses to hold an oversight hearing on the subject. The city council refuses to hold a hearing on the subject, and we're not getting it from the media. And this is something specifically you have written to the Star Tribune it by written. I've written endless blogs. I've worked with a former retired president of the city council. Paul Astro Astro is now suing the city and has won the first round of a lawsuit. Relative to the whole common. Spark. And by the way in both deals when the state deal went through push very hard. By governor Dayton, several months afterwards. He expressed surprise. Several months after mayor Rybeck. Push the package through the city of Minneapolis. He expressed surprise, which means these packages were rushed through. People really do the the the policymakers involved really did not know what they were doing. And the result is they refused to hold any kind of public hearings to allow the public to know what happened. Whereas when we built the the baseball stadium. Hennepin county did a wonderful job of being open giving you all the figures laying it out to the public. But the, but the football stadium has been kept in complete darkness. And now we in Minneapolis are confronted with a tax increase to deal in part with the homeless problem, and I fully agree with that. But we spent hundreds and hundreds of millions of dollars to make a multimillionaire, a billionaire. All right. Well, you've you've packed who subtle? I don't think you're ever going to be accused of being subtle governor Carlson, but that's one thing. I will say for sure so much better. If we'd be honest with ourselves and just hold more and more public hearings and building more and more truthfulness and accountability. And one thing that I would like is for people when they are consuming. Various news from various outlets is to be more discerning, right? If something seems fishy look into that factor. Quite fully agree. I think you're absolutely right now vibrancy is a quality that we need an America. And if we want to get more people to vote we have to figure out strategies that get them engaged. And I think a lot of people have given up because they feel what can I do my heavens? If a governor can't get an answer the question from a legislator. How am I going to get an answer? Speaking of that one person is wondering who is governor Carlson supporting in this year's governor's race. Well. To break that news right here. Well, no, I'm I'm I'm gonna vote for for perfect Tim walls. But I I would say I'm disappointed in the fact that he advocated an income tax without first figuring out strategies that could allow us to trim our budget and eliminate in normal amount of excess spending. I would like him to be a little more prudent on the financial side. But he's he's a good person. And I intend to support him Governor Arne Carlson. Wow. So much we covered with you today. And thank you for sticking around longer than we had planned. Thank you invite me back. Yeah. Oh, I will believe me. You're you're in the cell phone, my friend. Thank you for having the show. I mean that well done. Well, thank you. And you good luck. We'll talk with you again. Okay. Well, what what an hour. It has been when you spend the majority of it with Governor Arne Carlson, and thank you to all of you who shared your comments either by phone or by text a couple of other things one person saying agreed with the media. Bashing stories are just not covered. I just need to break that down. And I'm never going to be a sympathy for the media because well, not only because I'm a member of it. I have no trouble criticizing the media. I love being a talk show host because I can share opinions. And sometimes that means criticizing my face criticizing media, which was at one time. It was a reporter. I am disappointed with where things have gone, but it I don't want you to blame your local reporter sometimes it is his or her fault. But sometimes it is the way structures of the ownership groups of the different media entities are and thing there aren't a lot of resources. So it really does mean you as the consumer of. Media of news needs to be more discerning needs to challenge your reporters. Your local reporter, your national reporter all of them. I mean, they're all on Twitter Facebook, you can Email them right at the bottom of their stories in my recommendation is when you disagree or find a factual error in a reporter story and you find their Email you find a phone number. Call them directly asked them what they meant what your quarrel is. And try to clear it up if you don't get recourse there. And you're an answer that you're satisfied with then maybe go to management, but the bottom line is we as consumers of the news need to be more discerning. All right. We are going to take a break..

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Back to mid day. WC? Eight three new stock life Olson in today. Mike max is gonna be in tomorrow and Friday in this time slot. And if you wanna get backs going just talked to him about traffic parking meters and construction that'll do it. I share his views on that. And we'll talk to mayor Carter, but some of those issues because you're texting in at eight one eight seven, and I really appreciate your feedback. One text. I wanna address though, because maybe you're not listening anymore. But saying that we've become WBZ has become a metro station. Goodbye. You will find no greater advocate at this station. Then I on the topic of covering the entire state. In fact, the people on the floor above you will tell you that we've talked about it for years, so covering the whole state is one of those things that I believe strongly in. It's one of the reasons why we are out at farm fast. It's one of the reasons why were looking at doing statewide debates including a greater Minnesota debate in the governor's race. So no that I do believe in covering the whole state. But today seems to be little metro Centric. And I really appreciate your feedback Boyce Olsen here coming up. A big lawsuit in Minneapolis about the park in front of US Bank stadium. Now, I know if you come from greater Minnesota for Vikings gamer t swift concert, you might spend some time there who paid for it. How much of the Vikings paying and what do we have there? So we're gonna talk about the lawsuit with the next steps. Are there could the Vikings deal change there? What do taxpayers need to know? Because transparency is one of the things we need to do to build trust. So all right. Joining us now, former Minneapolis councilmember, Paul Ostrow, Paul thanks for joining us. Good morning place. It's a real pleasure to be with you, Paul you. And I have known each other a long time you used to serve on the Minneapolis city council. But even though you don't serve there anymore. You've really kind of become one of the kind of watchdogs on taxpayer dollars. Give us a little background on the Commons park. How it was paid for who paid for it and the arrangements and what we know. Thank you so much place. And I liked your comment about transparency and trust. Because really that's the heart of this issue back in twenty thirteen. There was an agreement reached at which sixty two million dollars of city bonds were issued in those paid for a parking ramp now known as mills fleet farm ramp. And also for the park now known as the comments those two elements were actually required as part of the Vikings stadium Bill, however because of the maneuver that was done to fund these in the fashion they were. The cost of those was transferred from the Minnesota Vikings where it should have been frankly to the Minneapolis taxpayers. And that's the reason I initially got involved in this case you and a gentleman by the name of John Hayden have sued the city of Minneapolis the Minneapolis park board, Minnesota sports facilities commission. Minnesota Vikings football and the football stadium entities. And when you started to get involved in how the Vikings pay for this is this different than just saying, look this is another public subsidy. Or are there some legitimate kind of governance charter issues? Yes. I for some reason I lost you for a minute there. I hope I have you back. But yes, there were a number of issues that were raised in litigation. At the end of the day the court now twice as ruled that the park known as the comments has to be run by the Minneapolis park and recreation board and cannot be maintained operated or funded by the Minneapolis city council, that's the number of legal issue. But the broader issue is that the heart does not serve the public interest there far too many restrictions on it. What are some of the structure what what are some of those restrictions all that don't serve the public? Well, the the biggest one is that there are requirements in the use agreement. Frankly, no one ever voted on which is a whole other issue. But use agreement gives the Vikings rent free use of of this public park for fifty years. But the odds of that get put some very significant limits on requiring Jerry long notice periods restrictions on what can be built on the park that has made it virtually impossible to have any major events on the Commons. It has discouraged the possibility of a restaurant that could be run by the part four on the site. This could be a self-financing public park. If this use agreement was renegotiated in the public interest was protected. Rather than simply the Vikings tryst. So you've been on both sides of this city councillor. And now on this side as a citizen. What do you think the reaction, and what do, you know, your former colleagues on the city council say about the use agreement and renegotiating it? Well, this is a very very interesting point. Because the fact is that you can't get a single official to support this use agreement. The current Malay. Wait, wait. So even people who voted on it don't support it. Well, it's a great great question because they're never even wasn't vote on this specific use agreement. In fact, may right back said they use agreement was not what he intended. They use agreement was executed in February of two thousand fourteen. And there was never a council action that expressly approved the terms of that use agreement. So there's all sorts of issues here in terms of accountability transparency. The city council itself on two separate occasions absent action at the urging of myself and governor Carlson to explore renegotiating the agreement. However, the council is never had a briefing session on this. The reports had only one in the city attorney is continuing to defend the current use agreement one that every elected official has said is this is bad for the public as you go into this mediation. How many parties are going to be at the table? What's your hopeful outcome, and how much pressure do you think the Vikings are gonna lean on the city to defend their right to continue to use the park rent free. Well, Vikings have already taken the position that because of the covenant that actually didn't even involve the public. It was from Ryan development to the Vikings. I wanna get lost details. But they've taken the position that that. They have a legally binding restrictive covenant on this public park, which they can enforce which allows them to use it for nothing for fifty years. I disagree with them on that. I I would hope that they would is corporate citizens come forward and try to address this this issue. The mediation will only succeed if the park board members to council members and the mayor are engaged because the only way to resolve this issue is to turn over the governance of the comments to the Minneapolis park and recreation board the park and recreation board in two thousand fourteen twice specifically said that it was rejecting this is a part of the park system because of this use agreement. Because of the use agreement resulted in this Matt even qualifying as a public park violating all of their policies. That's the solution that I hope and come from mediation. But it's going to require some political leadership that so far we have not seen that our guest is Paul Ostrow. Former city councilmember Minneapolis. Now. He's a plaintiff in the lawsuit against the city against the Minnesota. Vikings about the use of Commons park. Paul. We have one text. And I think you covered this at the beginning. But it was the city that originally issued the bonds to fund this, right? That is correct. Okay. All right. I just wanted to clarify that for the listener. So just a quick point on the part of the original lawsuit in two thousand thirteen was to block the issuance of those bonds, and unfortunately, the court ruled that that was premature lawsuit. But even the issuance of the bonds is part of our litigation because the use of city council. Proceeds to back those bonds is really an unlawful expense. These court set got it in the end could this cost taxpayers more? Or do you think the likelihood is that the deal gets better for the taxpayers? It's all up to the the mayor the council members the park board. Commissioners at this point stepping up and doing what they have not yet done, which is protect the public interest. That may result in litigation with the Vikings San of metro in the Minnesota sports facilities authority, but at least in my view, that's what we elect officials to do to protect the public person the public interest. This is a very big issue. There's a lot of money in this. And it was advertised as as a crown jewel it's worth fighting for. So that would be my appeal to the elected officials, and the folks that are listening in in one thing, I do want to get in waste because I know our time probably be limited Governor Arne Carlson, and I and the government has been a great partner on these issues. We are launching what we are calling sunshine Minnesota. And we encourage people to message us on Facebook for those that don't know each name. I e r. Are any my last name was easy to find? Yup. Message us on Facebook because at the end of the day, sunshine. Minnesota is about make sure that people know Hollywood money's being spent why it's being spent by into really advocate for much more transparency in terms of of how some of these public projects are being financed last quick question. Paul. What is the current mayor thing because we've had three mayors in this time. Well, I it's extremely frustrating. Because in my view, the council park board have refused to indicate in this issue. Got it. They have simply relied on their attorneys to speak for them. And again there attorneys were you at the hearing. You would see the city and park board attorneys were agreeing one hundred percent with the attorneys are the Minnesota Vikings shocking in that. So so they need to direct their city attorney to take a position in this lawsuit. That's in the public interest in not in the private interest. Got it all Astro. Thanks for joining us. It's been a pleasure voice. Thank thanks.

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Thirty. Seventh, governor of. The state of? Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson good morning governor hey good morning. How you doing I didn't take your way from your breakfast? Of ludicrous did I Oh boy. Do I miss that ludicrous I will say that's the best Levesque I've. Ever, had I. Will tell you? That oh gosh there is no such thing as the. Best defense Get that may have been an oxymoron your And now that I wanted to get your thoughts on the gubernatorial race, here and just kind of out of curiosity if you're Tim walls on ask you what, your strategy would be an often football games you'll ask somebody, what the, quarterback strategies for the other teams but you're you're. Personally would, have great inside. Of the sole for example your Tim? Walz what is your approach? To, being governor how do you get elected well I think he's already outlined it and it's been very successful and that is to sell the notion of. One Minnesota that we're, not a divided state we're actually unified state and the purpose of government is to bring all parts of parcels of Minnesota together. And function as one he's already done that what? Do, you think Jeff Johnson strategy should, be well Jeff is really announced his strategy and that is to basically take a a fairly understandable hard right line approach from and. Can I don't think you're, gonna see any changes from the primary into the general normally, our discussion, would be how do they move to the center. I don't, think that's going. To happen I think both of them? Have been very clear in? The, primaries as to where they are at where they're going and I don't think they gonna change is campaigning any different now than when you were campaign. There's no comparison this, whole social media what what's really happened to American and possibly the the globe is that a political systems cannot keep up with. Technology and it's a very very scary proposition because? It, allows for the dissemination of falsehoods, to have standing with truth it's a it's a serious crisis and we're kind of ignoring it Does, voting security concern you at all Very much so, we already. Had, several, attacks in. Georgia I believe yeah very. Very much so very much so, governor if you're if you were running what would your. Message be to the, state of Minnesota? 'cause you're in tune does what's happening I would. Go with the one one St. theme it's inexcusable for governor and a legislature one not to be able to work together and to not to be able to put together an agenda that. Really benefits the totality of the state the issues today in terms, of. The rural metro divide are really no Different than they were twenty thirty forty years ago and we had governors and legislatures worked together we've had. Divided government and it worked what we're going through today is not acceptable Let me change quickly while, I got? You. But, we're in the church now for new. President of the university of Minnesota you have great passion for that institution your thoughts on what, direction they should go any. Suggestions yeah I I really feel very strongly about that I think over moral all has been a big sign and it says. Minnesotans need not apply and? That's really quite offensive I'd like to see? The public have an opportunity, to, participate in open hearings relative to one from a academic and management. Perspective where has the university been where is it and where is it going. And then on that basis really very publicly tried to create a public committee to make some recommendations one is to the type of skill sets we need in the. Next president what kinds of codes of conduct. We're going to impose on that president. And three then get down to the specifics I remember when I was governor the list came down I think. There were four or five people aren't we researched them and there were three or four of them were wholly unacceptable And, I kept praying that they would pick Mark you'd? Up thank heavens that happened but he was really the. Only good name on that list is a selection. Process okay by. Your standards or do you think, it needs to be. Reformed so it's not open and it's not okay. At all it's an inside the way it's going right now it's totally inside You and I as as taxpayers? We have the opportunity to pay the Bill but we. Do not have the opportunity to have input into. What's going on And while, the end of the year I know they? Hope, to, get her. Down they get three border regions leading, in fact one that you worked within the legislature Steve, spigham I believe is on that final yes yes you're right but it's still a very closed process and. That's why I'm, pushing very, hard for sunshine laws and that is the right of the. Public to know how when where. Why it's money is being spent. The university is you know has been under very critical attack for the past five years, the legislative, auditor recoup professors. Myself I've been been included in that. Then that, criticism, and at, no time we've been allowed, to have one single public hearing none house our. Football team it'll be at best, the transition year I mean you you know as well as. I do you go to go in with two, rookie quarterbacks you can't expect to beat Wisconsin, but we might be better than than than projected right now I think we're Projected for next to last in the western division, I think, we're stronger than. That I mean you got some unknown. Teams out there, like Iowa, I just don't know how, good Iowa's Wisconsin is gonna be good and Nebraska. Is on the rise but I, think Minnesota can compete with the rest so basketball team going. To be okay Well I've always thought there probably one guard short. I they they never got that. Fifth guard but I I if if Washington really comes through at point guard I think they're going. To be an excellent team they can have one of the best. Front court and not only the. Big ten but. I think. In the country. The, potential on the front court side is really good, they're very solid at small forward it's just a. Point guard position that makes me nervous golden, that I think they're a good team? I, will let, you, get back to the. Duties of your day always good to hear your voice never enough time my pleasure thanks so. Much his our former governor of Minnesota Governor Arne Carlson WC show his thoughts on the upcoming campaign for governor it is a traffic and weather. Right now Susan car standi by. How is, it well right now Dave we have an accident..

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"governor arne" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"You go on and on and on with the lies of the Obama administration didn't never challenged on any of it. Can she guarantee okay? I mean, it's it's ludicrous what they're going through right now. And again, here we are once again, defending President Trump. Which I, I'm not really predisposed to necessarily even do right, but they're so ridiculous. By the way. Last night, big election in Vermont, historic election, Vermont, I think we have. We have. This was the candidate that won she. She won the democratic primary and she was having an interview shortly before I think we do have this, right? Yeah. So she she, this was a few days ago, so it was before the election, and here's a, here's a look at the candidate who won the democrat nomination, Las Vegas facing really big issues facing rural America, most of modest role. So what we're saying is flights to the city, an aging demographic, it increasing rates of poverty. So if it look like platform, it's about economic development. It's about moving to improve living to improve Medicare for all system. For healthcare, it's accelerating climate change. Insuring every child receives a quality public education to fuel the. History campaigning. Let's put it this way. This isn't the hardest thing I've ever done. You know, when you struggle your whole life with this whole life with gender issues and transition on December second, two thousand fifteen. My goal was to was to be honest with children. I was sure I was gonna lose my job and I was the lose everything I work for. But the truth was more important for my job because they didn't really know I three wonderful children. They didn't really know who I wasn't. I didn't wanna go to the grave without telling. Well, for welcome with open arms. The fact that I'm sitting here today with clearly clearly the front runner in the Democratic Party is pretty amazing honored. I don't feel weighed on it because because. Guangxu transition and you become your unexcelled. Everything looks pretty. I'll just say pretty easy. Using often a lifelong democrat. You voted for the Republican incumbent in two thousand sixteen, would it be a misconception for people to associate being transgender with having a progressive worldview? Me just tell you something that you labels use them inside people. So I don't, you know, if you look at my platform, it's pretty darn progressive, but I would never call myself anything, you know? So there's, there's labels that we use. I call everything even called Republicans. I voted for a Republican governor. That doesn't mean I'm a Republican. If you one, would you feel a duty to act the national or even global voice on transgender issues? Well, let me tell you what Mark. He's told me almost four years ago now she's the head of the national National Center for transferring quality that was preparing transition. I said, what's the best thing I can do for the LGBT community? She said, be successful, so I will be successful as Governor Arne again, you have to say, she's absolutely beautiful, absolutely beautiful. You know, you have to say it Chris room. I wonder how absolutely. Probably the right now. His probably trying to get a date with right now. Absolutely. Beautiful. What are those beautiful women I've ever seen treat for the blaze TV audience. Absolutely. Beautiful. So she is now the nominee for the Democrats in celebrate it. You have to be proud of her. You have to celebrate it with a cake and celebratory transgendered cake. What's a such would be transgender? It's a, it's a cake that's pink on the inside and blue on the outside. I think that's the official transgender cake. Because I want to slice of that. Yeah, cake, sure. I knew what you were talking about a new, your cake like here. Yeah, no, I knew it. We were talking about a cake. What else would you be talking him..

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"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"President and via the public on the Star Tribune column. Sometime in April I think, it was twenty sixteen a column calling, for for the dismissal? Of president killer and outlining the rationale behind it nobody responded the border regions was. Asked time and time again to conduct, a public hearing to this date they've never done that they refuse. The true the matter is the departure of Keller putting aside all of the negativity gives the, university in the legislature and. Opportunity to start a new one as a public policy we the public should be entitled to know the full cost of, his quote retirement is I read the paper he's gonna get full salary for one year sabbatical why. Does it administrator get her to get a sabbatical To another year where he's going. To, quote fundraise and again I believe at full salary and then a full professorship at the university of Minnesota. We don't know how many courses he's going to, teach how many hours a week or at what salary It would be my hope that the border regions representing the public interest, would fully disclose each and every part of this financial transaction I believe it comes out to. About one and a half million dollars in addition to that his pension his pension is instantly more generous than that given to anybody else in. Public, service former governor, is entitled to know what they're paying for that should not, be wrapped in secrecy the other, part is we have a pending lawsuit against the university and against president Keller for the handling of the football players were accused right well several of them apparently we're not. Even near, the scene of the so-called crime and there is a lawsuit pending my guess is. That the university rather than go through the process of, deposition where they would have to tell under oath What they knew and, when they knew we'll probably settled at once again the public will be stuck we should know. Precisely what the terms of that settlement ours is former Governor Arne Carlson with direct and pointed criticism of Eric keilor's stepping down for the u.. Of, m. as president. But his army just pointed out he will be a part, of the administration still for multiple, years if you can put the Mark Anderson story aside in it's an enormous store we can hear your passion on it How would you valley? Keller for the other aspects of his duties very poorly I. Worked with president Utah I'm. Familiar with him I thought he had a vision for the, state of Minnesota for the role of the, university of. Minnesota and he was very public about his. Concerns, and where he wanted to take the university with president Taylor. Has been secretive it's been from an administrative perspective is every time there's a problem God knows there are plenty of problems the first reaction is what do I, do to protect myself not. To handle the crisis in a truthful and open fashion. And so it's been secretive professors have been trying to get information and they have to and the process is incredibly slow and, very very tedious so there's been. A real lack of openness no I think it's been been at. Appalling administration and that does and I and a lot of the responsibility rests. With the legislature because the legislature refuse Uses to open to public hearings and to allow critics like me. To appear behind the podium and ask. Questions because the legislature, appoints the board of regents and from, where I sit the reasons serves the president not vice versa..

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"governor arne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The car for the employees and the inmate this working with them so that's quite special so if you don't blown to work to go to screwed this is not the place the for you if you could make it again would there be anything could change we don't of workshops in the unity the must there have not so much to do aslaun there are still depressed if they have problems in this person they have it on unit eight every match will have something to do all day that's my philosophy i have this hume that security is hidden hereon away i can't see what you'd expect it's the most important security hair is what recall dynamic security all over the prisoners the officers altogether were they inmates work together we the eu together with them for morning until evening and that is one of the keys to noise low rates the reoffenders the prison god's have a close relationship with all the inmates lynn is one of the prison god's it held in israel lastplace work and big part of our job is to be with the inmates the are part of an all the activities run prison so we spent a lot of time talking actually fred now you're going to check out to sell there is a big mark in the world here are angry guy because he here to have you heard any prisoners start a fight here and what have you done them yeah we have some accident you don't carry new guns any weapons of any kind nothing but i'm i was not scared and more scared of the behalf of the inmate because i also think now you lose your place at school or work and now we have to move u n everything you have to start all over again if feel for the guy you appear to put a lot of yourself into your work you care a lot about the inmates yeah but i also care about the system i don't want to release a guy who's an idiot or now and this more governor arne nilsson created a haven for rehabilitation on an island off the norwegian coast where the rate of reoffenders is just sixteen percent a finger if it wasn't a briton the norwegian government can rendered of for for her leave and you can go fishing there's bench you can sit and watch the.

"governor arne" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"governor arne" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Is the stephanie mills show walking to it 26 minutes after the hour three two three four six eight 1135 i believe charlie purses on the ground in alabama and that believe so we will talk to him in just a couple of minutes jody hamilton live in studio on yes people are having reactions this morning to donald trump basically saying that senator gillaibrand would have import donations i can't wait for the press for the press briefing today swat wells of this vile is his ugly manno virtue blumenthal is on the no senate committees however she committees ailing this is as you know sexists attacklinked and strong we stand by our colleague there um this is not okay nothing nothing's been okay but this is a blatant attack on her yeah because she is obviously one of cory booker also bernie sanders had called for him to resign it i mean i i don't know joy come down on the whole el franken thing but great if you haven't read it i mentioned this yesterday because our fantastic station owner in minneapolis we have a lot of listeners in minnesota and i gotta tell you there pissed yeah you know they voted for al franken they would like due process but he's the former we so many people are talking about it because he's the former rebel republican governor arne carlson and he wrote a piece called injustice for all uh and he just you know he made a lot of great points that he was it's a whole story about how he was unjustly accused of something when he was a kid and he just road i'm deeply troubled by the resignation of al franken in the complete absence of anything resembling due process now report surfacing lien tweeting infant franken's prime accuser may have been coached by roger stone a major trump operator since there was no vetting we only her her story but there's been no explanation as to why she attended a u s o event in two thousand nine honoring frank and it was captured on tape joking around with him this is three years after she claims to have been traumatized by franken she continued in two thousand eleven with a tweet containing a photo of her and frank and together this is.

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