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"governor jared polis" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Denver moving to Colorado second highest level of covid nineteen restrictions on Tuesday forcing most businesses is again the government picking winners losers to operate at a quarter of their capacity in an effort to curb the viruses spread and avoid overwhelming hospitals. Now you had Denver Mayor. Michael Hancock announcing the US state health department had asked the city to tighten its restrictions after weeks of climbing coronavirus cases and rising hospitalizations. So yeah, we've been talking about that Cova dial which I find just well, inordinately confusing. So I went to the private nineteen dials site. It's Kobe Nineteen Dot Colorado Dot Gov. In which we have those five levels. According to corresponding to I should say the metrics that we are seeing with a covert at one, thousand, nine hundred cases, and of course, the five levels are protect our neighbors safer level one safer level to safe a three and Of course, stay at home. All right. Larimer county at this point in time is at safer level one that is known as Cautious Weld County is. Safer. Level too concerned. But what does all that mean and what does all that mean for us those of us who run small businesses, those of us who want to frequent those small businesses talked yesterday about all the confusion that was coming down as a result of well conflicting information coming out of the Colorado Department of Public, health and environment. Particularly, when it came to gyms in counties under still under a level three, that safer at home and uh whether gyms could open, of course. The attendant. Yes I like many of you. I am or was prior to covid nineteen sweeping not only the world but the nation. I was a gym rat I mean, that was my primary outlet that was my form of stress relief by for the life of me I can't imagine working out wearing a mask and I've talked to so many of you who have had that same situation and that same take saying you know what? It's impossible to work out wearing a mask and if you've a way not around it, I'm not advocating that you break the rules particularly when it. Comes to businesses small businesses just scrambling to survive under these rather onerous a restrictions which seemed to be getting tighter across the state in many cases. Yes. Where you're mass because well, Governor Jared Polis has turned small businesses in to the mask police. It's up to them to ensure that you have your mask on or let's just say their futures are at risk. So once again I do advocate if you're going into small businesses, certainly wear that mask because. Now's not the time to put any additional pressure on the small businesses who are just struggling to survive, and indeed there I say thrive during a time of covid nineteen. So apparently now we know that gyms and counties under level three restrictions can now operate indoors at twenty five percent capacity or a twenty five people which ever is fewer but many say that some of the ongoing restrictions are. Well, rather Orwellian That's why I reached out. To Greeley Mayor. And Chief of safety insecurity at Greeley Evans. School district six relative to this story about Denver moving to the second highest level of Covid nineteen restrictions again. Forcing most businesses to operate a twenty five percent capacity this as mayor Michael Hancock says the resurgence of a virus as a failure by those who? Refuse to believe in science. What just mayor John Gates think about all this we'll check in with him at seven Oh five and will cover a host of other topics with them as well. Six, fifty, seven now thirteen ten F., K. A.. Patrick the whole show and Colin Coward run Northern Colorado's voice thirteen, ten KFI. K.. What we need more panic form relatives covid nineteen. Yes. Nineteen modeling data predicts the State of Colorado will exceed the April peak in hospitalizations within the next few months if we don't act quickly to mitigate the spread of the novel Corona Virus All right we'll check in with a really mayor John Gates in just a few K.. AAC. Really seven o'clock. Rogue Code now. Weekdays at four on northern Colorado's voice. Thirteen ten, KFI K..
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KOMO
"Attend and 40 minutes past the hour. I'm Eric, I. It's Come on. Ooh, come on news time. 9 11. I'm Jeff Pooja lay here in the middle of 20 Minutes of nonstop news. Here's a new warning for anyone looking for romance Online. That so called sweetheart you're chanting with could be trying to trick you into laundering stolen unemployment benefits. Most kind of Thompson explains how the scam works. Even David Maynard can't believe how he got sucked in like I got real them. That really bothers me. It bothers me that I let myself be used. In a nutshell. David was tricked by Internet scammers posing as women looking for love. When the person he thought was his sweetheart needed help. David says he was reluctant but gave in, she said her late father had a boat that was being sold in Florida. And she had a limit on her bank account for accepting X amount of dollars. He says she was very convincing and he wanted to help. I responded to her requests for routing number and account number for a bank account. And there was a deposit made. In the in the amount of about $6000, the cyber sweetheart had him transfer the money to a so called family member who was sharing the inheritance. But David was haunted by his deposit statement It had captive capital W. Capital, a And then some acronym, which was Washington State unemployment, insurance department or something of that nature. That's right. The money had been stolen by a fraudulent claim. Through the Washington state employment Security Department. David told me after that he also got money deposited from the employment Security Department in Pennsylvania. And that's when his bank froze his account and send the money back to Pennsylvania, including some of his own money. FBI agents in law enforcement say this appears to be offshore criminals. That are using love seeker's online who unwittingly are being used to launder money that has been stolen from states. That's Como's County. Thompson reporting people in Colorado with prior marijuana possession convictions or having their records wiped clean. Governor Jared Polis issued an executive order on Thursday absolving over 2700 people who were found guilty for having announced or less of the drug. In his statement, Paul is called the convictions absurd that being written up for smoking a joint in the 19 seventies would still negatively affect someone's future. Recreational marijuana was legalized in Colorado in 2014 and was the first state to do so. That's Brian Shook reporting Come on news time. 9 14. Let's get a check of traffic as we do it every 10 minutes on the force. Here's Karen. Well, good news in the time water area and earlier crash in a long term crash on South and I, five near Trosper Road has now been cleared out a few left lane. We're in the process of recovering. So you're going to be finding about a two mile back up into this area that ends just south of Highway one. No one so right now, we don't have any reported blocking problems. Still seeing some crowding on North bound 167 as you're approaching Jovita northen Eye five remains heavy in Seattle between I 90 in the convention center. Often on slowing nor found four or five from state route 169 into Newcastle is still a pinch of extra company traveling eastbound highway 18 years Tiger Mountain's summit Our next to Cho, Mo. Traffic up 9 24. And the forecast mostly sunny skies today, once the fog burns offline for highs in the mid seventies. Partly cloudy overnights in the fur.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"News continues. It's the 30th day of September knew this morning. Americans over 30 have been drinking more during the pandemic compared to this time last year. According to researchers reporting from the in the journal and Jam and Network Open. Overall frequency of consumption increased by about 14% from 2019 now that averages out to about one additional drinking a day per month by about 75% of adults. Consumers also reporting increases in the number of drinks. They had the number of heavy drinking days and the number of alcohol related problems over the last 30 days. Researchers say it is important to keep a close eye on it. Watch for whether it increases and whether or not there will be physical or mental health consequences. As a result, keep in eye on it. Alarmed by a spike in current virus infections and a few Orthodox Jewish neighborhoods in New York City officials will start issuing fines in those areas that people who refused to wear masks. Mayor Bill de Blasio said Tuesday he was sending teams Of hundreds of outreach workers and contact tracers to nine zip codes in the Brooklyn and Queens areas. Areas of greatest concern those nine zip codes. There'll be a lot more community outreach today, a lot more testing on the ground Testing centre is being set up in those communities. You'll see hundreds of tests and trace core members out of the communities. Hundreds of additional city agency personnel handing out masks for free, encouraging testing, getting people good information pushing back against misinformation. And today two additional enforcement measures immediately. One Anyone who is not wearing a face covering Will be offered one Will be reminded it is required. And anyone who refuses to wear a face covering will be told that if they don't put one on there will be fined. And anyone who still refuses will be fine. So that will happen aggressively. Clearly our goal, of course. Is to give everyone a free facemask and get them to where we don't want to find people if we have to, We will and that will be starting on a large scale today. Second Department of Health has ordered nonpublic schools and child care centers to close if they don't follow the commissioner's order on health safeguards. On the Democratic mayor, warning he could order further crackdowns, including the closing of non essential businesses and bands on gatherings if things don't improve The US recording 42,185 new infections and 914 virus related death Tuesday, according to Johns Hopkins University. So the nationwide totals now stand up. A 7.1 million cases, including 205,986 fatalities. Overall numbers are coming down. Former FDA commissioner Dr Scott got leave, telling CNBC patient outcomes are improving, but He expects the infection rate to spike as we head into the fall and winter. I think the model which shows above 400,000 deaths is probably wrong. I don't think we're going to get that high by the end of the year because I think we're doing a much better job of preserving life in the hospital, and we're going to see the case Fatality rate start to fall. I mean it is falling. We're going to start to measure that reduction. And as I said before, I think we've cut in hostile, more Italian half with innovations and care and the introduction of some better therapeutics, But I think that we're gonna have a lot more infection, probably heading into the fall in the winter. We could see a resurgence, an infection that dwarfs the other waves that we've had, and we will compensate with Mohr infection for what we're gaining in improvements and outcomes for patients. That's my fear. It least because as we head into the fall and winter, this the conditions are right to see. Continue more aggressive spread of this virus. We're heading indoors with kids back in school kids back in college campuses, work is trying to restart. People are becoming more complacent and tired of the restrictions. And so all those conditions are going to set up a fall in the winter. I think that that's gonna create a lot of risk you certainly seeing the rising infections right now, so we're taking an awful lot of infection to probably what's going to be the most dangerous season for this virus. Meanwhile, Colorado Governor Jared Polis is encouraging families to register students in online or in person schools as the states. He's a decline in enrollment during the pandemic. The governor said the declines based on anecdotal evidence, but it's widespread across the state with the greatest decrease among preschool. The third graders, other school districts across the US have reported similar trends. Texas officials say water samples taken earlier this year from a Houston area community didn't raise any concerns before the detection of a deadly microscopic parasite. The doctors think the microbes responsible for the death of a six year old boy. Residents of Lake Jackson likely to remain under orders to boil their water for some time as the city continues to purge That water supply We have to get.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Lies in her people. Democracy 2020, It's in your hands. Fox News America is watching. Repeated defiance by the secretary of state has a House committee now pushing to punish him. House Foreign Affairs Committee Chairman Elliot Angle says his panel will begin working on a resolution to hold the secretary of state in contempt of Congress. Engel says. Mike Pompeo has refused to comply with committee subpoenas about State Department political activity. A subpoena was issued last month is part of an investigation in the misuse of State Department re sources and accusations of leaks to undermine political rivals. Faxes Jared Halpern, secretary Pompeo calls the subpoenas politically motivated and without merit. A lawsuit aimed at overturning Colorado's mask mandate won't be heard by the state's highest court. Colorado House Republican lawmaker Patrick Neville and commentator Michelle Malkin's sued the state's governor over his order that people wear masks right now there's Rudy's argued the order was government overreach that violated the separation between the executive and legislative branches. They went straight to Colorado Supreme Court with this, hoping the case would be heard because of what they said was. The significance of the issues raised Governor Jared Polis, whose order says those over 10 must wear a mask indoors with some exceptions, Senator statement that he's glad the Supreme Court stands with the people of Colorado in their fight against the virus. Jessica Rosenthal Fox News Growing concerns at college towns across the country. The late nights in the wild parties were leading to lots of Corona virus cases. At the University of Missouri, for example, more than 300 students of tested positive and the positivity ray for the surrounding county is an alarming 44%. As a result, bars have been ordered to stop serving alcohol at nine PM and must close by 10. At the University of Alabama. More than 500 cases have been recorded on campus since the fall.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"From business owners partygoers Major Francis so Sons with the Fort Lauderdale Police Department, the city of Fort Lauderdale has been working nonstop to address complaints, especially when it comes to vacation. Reynolds that seems to be our biggest problem right now and the onset of young adults having these massive parties. We issued several citations over the weekend. In Colorado Governor Jared Polis is trying to get control of the bar scene. Too many young people drinking and close proximity issued a new 30 day order on drinking. Last call for alcohol will be 10 o'clock. People can stay out as long as they like. If you do want to get inebriated, please do it at home with just a few other people on, Don't let your judgment lapse. This is not the summer to party. It's the summer of no parties doesn't mean it's a lifetime of no parties. Don't worry. You're 22. Now you'll still be young. Next year, You'll be 23. We'll see if that works. In New Orleans there already discussing what to do about Mardi Gras next year. WWL TV reporter Erica Ferrando has more on that story. Carnival season starts in less than six months and as president of India, Me and Dan Kelly shows crews are moving forward with preparations were Roland Justus, If we're gonna have a normal model very current with current studios and Mardi Gras world is hopeful to see Mardi Gras 2021. If we can't do it safe Carnival It won't happen, but In my mind. I believe that if everyone is wearing a mask And if the people in the crowd you're wearing a mask, and there's a treatment out there, But I think there's a good opportunity that will be able to have carnival. But the city or state won't make an official call until it's clear what early 2021 will look like. But no love for school athletes here in Washington state. It was the decision everyone knew was coming. But hope would not. Most high school sports have been cancelled for fall that includes football, soccer and volleyball. And Chris Alban has Chris Elvan has more on this. Chris. Yeah, those air the latest sports to kind of suffer because of the pandemic, The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association really had no choice here. Considering the current state of the Corona virus. Under the governor's phased re opening plan, Football wasn't even going to be allowed until phase for in practice was set to begin in a couple of weeks. So that's just not gonna happen. W a board president Greg Whitmore. I don't think there's anyone in the board room that felt we could get the high risk Ward of football played this fall. Doesn't look like a state of cove it and everything else was going to allow us to do that. Football. Volleyball girls soccer Small boys soccer now pushed too early spring school years. Actually now goingto have four seasons instead of three with football and the others from the fall squeezed in between the basketball wrestling season and before the baseball and track season. The low risk, low contact sports of cross country swimming, golf and tennis. For those who do that, plus, those sports in the fall are still scheduled, but Whitmore says they're at risk as well. We've kept some low risk sports as options, and we know those air in great peril to a lot of things have to happen in our favor in order for those toe happen, And while the sports they're still alive on paper, W II executive director Mike Hoffman says there's no guarantee Your child's gonna have a chance to play because this is happening so incredibly fast. We want to make sure we're giving information for schools to plan but also make sure everybody understands that when you look at dates Those are those are definitely written in pencil and Dave. We've spoken about this before. Primarily when it comes to college athletics that football and basketball usually generates the revenue to keep all the other sports alive in college. It's very similar in high school. The money collected at games funds, a bunch of school programs and not just athletics football basketball, especially invaluable. So those of your revenue sports and so I know is the athletic director lend Reidsville. If we can't have football, we're going to struggle for a couple years to get Rs B budget back up. And so that means things like mock trial and, you know, homecoming stuff and all that kind of funding. They're going to find holes there A CZ? Well, then there's also a question of which counties are going to be able to play. Even if the schedule holds true. I mean, if one counties in phase three of the others and face too How's that all going to work out? No guidance yet on championships, either. Maybe we have more regionalized or sexualized championships. To allow more teams to play. And if this is a year where we give out five state valuable or 60 valuable for a championships, then then so be it. So the bottom line here is simple. A has a schedule. It's written in pencil could change tomorrow, and there are no guarantees of any sports this school year. But so right now, Winwood football start football would start in March March 7th on it would actually extend into what they would consider the baseball season. So the question is, What about two sport athletes? You don't really can't play more than one sport in the same season? Well, they would probably try to find a way to accommodate that, because in listening to the whole conversation last night, it was pretty clear that I want To find ways for these kids to get opportunities to do what it is that they love. It's just incredible pointing out for kids who won't take this seriously in college. That game film right, you'll completely Yeah, and there, you know, some kids air may consider going out of state to states where they are still playing. Football are still playing volleyball in the fall to try to get some tape off the coaches. It's It's a mess, but I don't know what else they were could really do about it. It is a 20 some.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on WTOP
"Governor Jared polis is warning not to forget we're still in the midst of a pandemic it's so important that we don't congregate in groups of hundreds of people with all fifty states now in some stage of re opening officials are gearing up for large crowds at beaches barbecues and in national parks this tiger is scrapping plans for trails near San Francisco probably avoided the over the weekend I stay away from up here on the weekends it gets very crowded president trump doesn't want the faithful to keep praying alone would open our churches again I think she DC is gonna put something out very soon we got open our churches people want to go in CBS news has confirmed to the CDC will release guidelines for re opening churches today there are big changes coming for high school kids hoping to get into colleges in California CBS's bill break off it is a seismic shift for one of the nation's largest university systems the UC board of regents has voted to eliminate the use of the SAT and ACT tests UC president Janet Apollo ten says there are correlations between those tests and the social economic level of students and also at times the ethnicity of those students the man who filmed the killing of a black jogger in Georgia on a cell phone has been charged with murder William Bryant's footage led to the arrest of the father and son seen chasing Ahmad armory and pulling the trigger W. J. A. acts T. V.'s Russell Colburn attorneys for the armory families in action news Jax a statement reading in part we call for Brian's arrest from the very beginning of this process his involvement in the murder of Mr armory was obvious to us to many around the country are very who was black died in February they make Michaels who are white were arrested two months later the Chinese government is proposing a controversial law to tamp down on the opposition in Hong Kong Asia correspondent rainy Inocencio the U. S. state department weighed in on Beijing's new intent saying any effort to impose national security legislation that doesn't reflect the will of the people of Hong Kong would be met with strong condemnation from the United States and the international community officials in central Michigan say it'll take days to size up the full scope of the damage from this week's flooding Sarah Schaefer lives in Kalamazoo they're standing water in the basement.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Oh he actually told police I go there as you know and the ski slopes are fantastic governor said. He is hopeful hopeful. That late season skiing can resume. Soom police praised Gardner's work and helping Colorado acquire sorely needed testing supplies and Gardner returned the compliment. Everybody was just so nice and civil yesterday. Saying the governor's done a good job and I appreciate that. Police didn't share anything at the White House. Said he hasn't already shared with media in Colorado much of the public portion of the meaning was taking up a by trump taking questions from reporters schools in Colorado again closed in person instruction for the year and during his exchange with reporters trump Very strongly indicated that he disagrees with that decision. Our country's got to get back he said it's got to get back as soon as possible. I don't consider the country coming back if the schools are closed trump also spoke out against all mail voting it's subject to tremendous corruption cheating Colorado. Which is at the vanguard as you're well aware of the all male voting trend is shown that well this is not true not necessarily the case the State Colorado ride widely regarded as one of the safest places in the country to vote. And how many times have we have this conversation with weld? County Clerk and recorder compass practices been touted by Republican and Democrats state election officials alike. Finally some consensus. It's also increased voter participation. So all in all a good good meeting between Governor Jared Polis president trump other officials at the White House yesterday seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten K OF K DOT COM. Weekly unemployment claims coming in at two point. Nine eight million. That brings the eight week. Total to thirty six and a half million filing those weekly unemployment claims that is twenty percent of the workforce. I will tell you what we're GONNA do. We're going to toss this one to Keith. Wineman presidential Wealth Management. See if he can find us any semblance of a silver lining here when he joins us this morning at seven. Thirty five seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi KFI ROBERTA'S TO UNC. Bears targeting game coverage lives thirteen ten. Kfi catch me. Dan Patrick and the DANETTES weekdays nine.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews
"Okay couple more headlines Colorado Governor Jared Polis slams the CDC for inaccurate reporting on covert death. This is going to happen. All across the amber waves surgical masks death totals are going to go down down down down down down. Why because they faked the death certificate. Why did he do that to get a bail out to make their situation? Seem that much more dire also to be able to tell their citizens at all the people that are dying in. This state aren't going to allow those to happen. And they were going to Colorado's Democratic Governor Jared Palmer says pushing back against data from the CDC disputing how the ages two counts death from covert nineteen according to the CDC anyone who tested positive to the corona bug during their time of debt is counted as over nineteen death. You might as well say everyone. Then Polish planes people want to know who died directly from Corona pug instead of those who happen to test positive after another cause of death folks. I don't have enough time to explain to your new listener. If you WANNA learn about this this is what is known as a CO morbidity now again here on the Mike Church show on a Crusade Shannon. We deal in facts. I don't need fake news and Innuendo to make the case here. What's a CO morbidity? Home fries is suffering from. Diabetes is probably morbidly obese and is already running the risk dying of heart disease or dying of heart attack or dying or something related to his diabetes. He gets the flu and then gets the test positive for the For the corona of covert Nineteen It's an upper respiratory infection. And because he's already week which is why it's called a CO morbidity. Because he's already week now he His body is unable to fight off. The FLU ARE CORONA FLOOR. Or whatever whatever it may be but it's a CO morbidity another where there's an underlying condition that already exist and he was already at risk or she was already at risk of dying from so. How many did they take off the curve in nineteen deaths in Colorado three hundred? That's just the first audit they'll be more. Here's another headline a federal judge overrules North Carolina's governors restrictions on worship. This is one of the cases. Chris Ferrara said on this show yesterday that he was waiting to get the results of this. Now puts the pressure on the court. That has father Robinson's case that Chris is taking for the exact same measure which is a federal judge overturned. North Carolina. Demon Crank Governor. Roy Cooper's order Saturday at the cap religious services at no more than ten people while businesses and other organization state. We'll have to accommodate up to fifty so in other words if you have fifty people on a home depot then you can have fifty people and our lady of the assumption in Raleigh North Carolina's one. That is saying that the reason he said that the reason he implemented that was because worship centers or work considered hotbeds. Because of all the touching that happens. That doesn't touching doesn't happen at Home Depot. Yeah no one's shakes hands at home depot. No one touches things on the Isles. No one touches say no one touches. Cape PADS no one gives within six feet you get into this red day kill US my goodness. Here's a restaurant in Maryland. Some kind of seafood join. I guess it's out on the harbour where you can go and eat there. If you're willing to sit or stand inside of a contraption that has an eight foot in circumference entered tube around you going to would they want to be able to do it programming monkeys? We're being program like monkeys to that because I want to get to that I know I printed out happens to me every day too many things in the pile of prep and I can't find what I'm actually looking for. There's a story and I guess I didn't say art decal at the American thinker. I didn't print it. I must have. It opened over here. Article anti-american think. They'll look there's in the chat room crusade channel Dot Com forward last chat. There is a pitch because people can pitch. Why All these idiots smiling this you had to wait in his career to stand in it. That's why just for the picture. They got free beer to stand. Well Okay I might have done it to all. Who was small batch? Biro Arctic Kale at the American thinker. Yesterday and apprentice. I wanted to go. I actually did see brother Andrea Marie so so it and had tagged me in and I went red and went okay Carol Baker I WANNA say is the author and she basically has a summary of all that estrangement here it is. Carol Brown Police State. Dry Run a huge success. There's article was so good that I thought was worthy of actually reading the whole thing we have become part of a mass scale human experiment in government control and it turned out the stripping away every freedom wasn't all that difficult under the guise of concerned for our health and well-being tyrants came out of the woodwork. Our Constitution our bill of rights and our lives are being destroyed as left solidifies and expand their oppressive powers by the by one of the things. And I'll keep talking about this here on the Mike Church show on the radio. Free Pandemic Stan. That is most disturbing about what has happened over. The last seventy five days is that the concept of states' rights has taken on a new far more powerful and far more menacing meeting and if you have elected a tin horn dictator tyrant as your governor and have a national emergency can be declared that they can declared a statewide emergency. Look at what they are able to do. Not Hard for me. To Envision Guillotine being manufactured in the same place where they made the The ventilator machines and shipped a little town squares all across America where there are deep blue tyrants in control where the executions the French revolution could begin a new. You're not a citizen. Did you wear your mask and public citizen? No I didn't offer his head. You name it. It's happening. She writes you. Tell me if what follows. Sounds like the United States or China. We've been told who can work. And who can't with language that separates US according to WHO is and who isn't essential as the Almighty states supersedes individual rights and the family unit. That's the most important part of Family Union. An assault on the family unit always comes back to the Family Satan and Basil Bob and my lock in the boys. War IS ON MANKIND. But they know where ultimately that particular rotten and moldy bread is buttered with rancid butter in the home. Mess up the family and you mess up the entire human race but about the war in the Persian Gulf doing in the Persian Gulf. My favorite part of that war. It's the first war we ever had. It was on every channel plus cable and the war. Got Good Ratings to. Didn't it got good ratings. Well WE LIKE WAR. We like war. We're a warlike people we like war because we're good at it you know why we're good at it because we get a lot of practice. This country's only two hundred years old already. We've had ten major wars. We average a major war every twenty years in this country. So we're good at it and it's a good thing we are. We're not very good at anything else anymore. Can't build abusive car can make a TV center VCR worth got. No steel industry left can educate our young people can't get healthcare to our old people a weekend bomb the sat of your country especially if your country is full of Brown people. We like that. That's our hobby. That's our new job in the world bombing Brown people Iraq Panama Grenada Libya. You got some Brown people in your country. Tell him to watch the shout. When's the last white people you remember we bombed? Can you remember the last white you remember any white people we've ever bomb the Germans? Those are the only ones and that's only because they were trying to cut in on our action they wanted to dominate. The world..
"governor jared polis" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Much of the public portion of the meeting was taking up a by trump taking questions from reporters schools in Colorado again closed for in person instruction for the year and during his exchange with reporters trump Very strongly indicated that he disagrees with that decision. Our country's got to get back he said it's got to get back as soon as possible. I don't consider the country coming back if the schools are closed trump also spoke out against all mail voting it's subject to tremendous corruption cheating Colorado. Which is at the vanguard. Well aware of the all-male voting trend is shown that well this is not true. Not necessarily the case the State Colorado ride widely regarded as one of the safest places in the country to vote. And how many times have we have this conversation with weld? County clerk and recorder. Cardi compass practices been touted by Republican and Democrats State. Election officials alike. Finally some consensus. It's also increased voter participation. So all in all a good good meeting between Governor Jared Polis president trump other officials at the White House yesterday seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi Thirteen ten K OF K DOT COM. Weekly unemployment claims coming in at two point. Nine eight million. That brings the eight week. Total to thirty six and a half million filing those weekly unemployment claims that is twenty percent of the workforce. I will tell you what we're GONNA do. We're going to toss this one to Keith. Wineman presidential Wealth Management. See if he can find us any semblance of a silver lining here when he joins us this morning at seven. Thirty five seven thirty now thirteen ten. Kfi KFI RUBBER TO UNC. Bears targeting game coverage lives thirteen ten. Kfi catch me. Dan Patrick and the DANETTES weekdays nine to noon on thirteen ten KFI K. All right got light yet coming your way this morning. Thirteen ten K. K. A thirteen ten. Kfi Dot com mornings with Gail live local. Fueled by Great Western Petroleum. Just bouncing off our conversation with Keith. Wineman presidential wealth management as we're talking about what the new normal will be for industries so hard hit by all of the implications and ramifications of covert nineteen talking about the cruise ship industry. Will you take a cruise in the future? What will that look like We'll cruise lines be operating at less than full capacity. I mean those boats are norm. So what is that going to look like for them? Came across this fascinating piece in ink talking about South West. Now we talked about what frontier did it was kind of a Hashtag epic fail selling that empty middle seed. I believe they After there was so much outcry that said they were basically profiteering over From a pandemic basically they reverse that. I'm not sure if they gave Those who had taken advantage of that opportunity to snap up that extra seat so that there was an empty seat there. I'm not sure if they actually refunded their money or not but boy. I'll tell you what the clap back on that came fast and furious but South West taking a very interesting approach to basically getting getting you interested in boarding a plane again. Something might poundage find. It rather counter intuitive to some extent because basically it seems as though southwest is just kind of going. Well Yeah. We're getting back to life and living pretending like nothing ever really happened. We'll get into that in just a few seven.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on The Takeout
"From Washington and welcome to debriefing the briefing summary of the daily White House. Corona virus taskforce briefing no briefing April thirtieth but still plenty of Kobe. Nineteen News federal guidelines expired midnight April thirtieth which means governors from now on will be in charge of the reopening of their economies process in accordance with general but not specific federal guidelines. President trump made news late April thirtieth Thursday by saying he is seen evidence that cove in one thousand nine hundred came from a lab within Wuhan China. He was asked about whether or not that was intentional. He said it was quote incompetence or a mistake. President was also asked by reporters today about Operation Warp speed which is a coordinated federal effort to engage multiple commercial labs across the country and a breakneck pursuit of a vaccine for Kobe. Nineteen not only its development but its production and its distribution millions upon millions of doses of as yet unachieved vaccine by January of next year the president told reporters he was not over promising in this pursuit. And then there was this. We have a judge of it. Honestly I am but I think probably more than anything. I'm George and I'm the one that gets blamed and I get blamed anyway. President also said he was not worried about maintenance of the American food supply adding not even a little bit. There was an executive order from the administration earlier this week. Declaring all those in the food supply chain dealing with protein meaning poultry meat and pork as essential part of the national infrastructure keeping them open with specific guidelines on worker. Safety President also appeared Thursday with Governor Phil Murphy of New Jersey Democrat who said in that state the Kobe. Nineteen deficit will be twenty billion to thirty billion and he said there will be a need for federal assistance. We talked about the issue of China generally with another voice in the American political conversation. Colorado Democratic Governor Jared Police the first question we posed was not only what is China's accountability. But how it might become something of a political issue as the campaign develops. I don't need to tell you China's already become a political football on this. Is it possible to discuss what China failed to do? And its unwillingness to live up international commitments without politicizing it. Yeah I think it's important to discuss what China failed to do. Along with United States failed to do your failed to do the World Health Organization failed to do. I don't think it's time to point fingers at one another. There's a lot of blame to go around and I think discussing the blame. The China deserves in the same context as the blame. The United States serves the World Health Organization deserves in Europe. Deserves is very appropriate. What from your vantage point governor did China FAIL TO DO Well there was looked like there are some short-term delays in reporting initially Perhaps a valley to acknowledge the seriousness abyss threat and again. That's the same thing. American leaders did the same thing. Many European leaders didn't so it's I think I don't think it stems from a new various place I think stems from human psychology. We liked denial. Humans loved denial. We like to deny that this is an enormous threat and Chinese leaders. Reacted away wasn't too different than Early comments by our own president in American leaders in many European leaders minimizing the threat and the danger and not taking the early actions needed to counter an ongoing conversation this quote in this country about covert nineteen is the availability of testing. And what states are doing to reach that. In Colorado governor policies set a new goal for that state by the end of the month of. May we discuss that with him? As well You set a goal for the end of May in Colorado eight thousand five hundred tests per day. Is that doable or do you think you might be able to accede that? I hope that we can exceed it. We have a number of suppliers. We've imported one hundred thousand task from South Korea successfully. We should be starting the month of May At about five thousand plus hopefully the month of May around eighty five hundred ten thousand per day as needed as needed We WanNa make sure. We're continuing to test ASEM dramatic folks. That are working in nursing homes to help keep the infection out as well as folks were symptomatic to see whether it's covert or the common cold or the flu you mentioned. South Korea. There was also reporting that the federal government had promised supplies by the beginning of this coming month. May I have you received those supplies? And why did you need to go to South Korea? yes this is the very first major supply job that's been promised from the federal government. I I don't think they're gonNA hit may I but I think that first week in May is what they told us. They've had calls with all fifty states. They've let us know what to expect during May Of course we can't count on it until we've seen it But we had to. Of course our own supply lines we innovation group. We brought in private sector leaders public sector leaders. And we've been able to purchase our own testing from South Korea communicate to the country. You be so kind governor. The Situation J. B. S. meets in Greeley. Yeah so We have a number of meat packing facilities in Colorado cargill JBC JV Lupino for dairy a GB exited major major outbreak I think we've already lost five workers. They're just just tragedy hundreds hundreds if not thousands of likely with Kobe. nineteen It had about two week closure We have provided community testing at a site about a mile from the plant. We've tested over a thousand people in Greeley earlier this week last week. So we're doing everything we can to make. Sure the workers safe and be that The plans for back online. 'cause we rely on our food supply nationally supportive of the president's executive order identifying this critical infrastructure and do you believe under the guidelines established that executive order worker. Safety will be carried out properly. Not Well we're still the legal language We hope to. There's nothing that stands in the way of me as governor taking the steps necessary to make sure the workforce is safe. The federal government is supplying a personal protection equipment mass to the workers. We've asked them and I discussed with the vice president additional testing So that we can do spot testing and removing NASON DRAMATIC. People who might be contagious. From that workforce treated like for instance the way we treat our nursing homes in our state. We don't have the additional capacity to take that on a state but for these plans of national and international significance. I think it's important. Federal Government. Step UP AND HELP US. Keep them online in a safe way. What has been the situation? Colorado in terms of foodbanks the necessity for them the lines and the ability to meet the. Yeah it's it's it's been challenging like it has elsewhere. I mean a lot of Colorado's are out of work. They're grateful for the twelve hundred dollars to federal government Sent everybody twenty four hundred per couple a lot of stores and other jobs or opening backup in the next few days stores are doing curbside. Delivery already But yeah there is a real need out there A real need for relief on the grocery side and they're frankly there's also members of our vulnerable population people in their seventies and eighties. Probably shouldn't be going to grocery stores right now if there's a safer way to get their food drive through environment whether it's commercial or nonprofit relief That's a better way to do that in terms of keeping our Colorado safe you've extended the EH sales tax deadline in Colorado. I want to ask you what your revenue projections are and what your opinion is about. The necessity of the federal government providing states some amount of aid to compensate for the crash in revenue. So they can deal with their immediate budget situation. We've allowed all filers to delay their payments without penalty offer income tax sales tax property tax for several months. Many of them are doing that. We know that this is a very tough time. But from a cash management perspective as well as from just their ability to even get with their accountant and figure out what they. Oh so we've tried to extend all those tax deadlines We don't know yet. Of course the brunt of what this will have in terms of economic impact our own state from the way. Our own budget cycle works. We'll have the budgetary Projections come out the second week in. May that will design a budget around. But we fully expect that that will likely have to be adjusted up or down during the year because We have very little degree of really hone in on exactly what that budget impact will be. How much confidence do you have? That Washington will sort this out equitably for the states. I spoke to Speaker Pelosi today. In regular touch with our representatives and senators. I speak to our federal allegation or at least every week We're very grateful for the first round of cares act and it looks like they're headed towards a second. Bipartisan deal that would provide additional relief or Some of the local entities in state. Tim these really incurring a lot of these expenses on the ground so we're very hopeful that in the month of May the National Governor's Association Republicans and Democrats will work with our Congress and the president to be able to get that done. You've provided a fiction protection for many Colorado's. How does that work does that? Extend just beyond your authority or is that simply something that you can achieve because the courts aren't open to process eviction procedures. Yeah it was essentially achieved defacto away. During the month of April because in practice are coarser very low priority around evictions there Functioning amenable level. They need to for certain criminal functions. But yeah for the month of April the month of May Colorado's not processing evictions and obviously that will resume but in the meantime There will not be penalties or interest for those late payments and. We don't want me to help Saito situation. Worse nor do we needed avert are limited judicial and law enforcement capacity to emissions during this two month period as some people may know Colorado and specifically Denver attracts healthcare patients from other states because of its reputation. How is your system holding up? Was it ever pushed against that? Red Light Blinking. That governor Cuomo talked about so much in New York. I'm sure it wasn't but what's your overall situation there. And do you have any ongoing concerns about a snap back of covert either this summer in the fall? So you know yes. We saw Russia Kobe patients and and whilst down a little bit still a Lotta Kobe patients. I was at Denver Health yesterday. One of our larger Denver hospitals part of what we saw also was a significant decline. The nine Cova patients. I don't think anybody really anticipated. That's dangerous in its own right. Means that people weren't going in for the chest pains for heart attacks for a potential cancer. I mean people were putting those things off that. That's not good. I think that happened more than we thought..
"governor jared polis" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA
"Local field of migrate Western Petroleum. Okay you tell me what? The heck is up with. Michigan Governor Gretchen. Whitmer is that her name Gretchen. Whitmer the totalitarian governor. Oh my goodness is she with her. Jacobean Cova nineteen restrictions the quintessential example of rate. Wait for it. Power CORRUPTS ABSOLUTE. Power corrupts absolutely well. Michiganders' mad as hell as they took to the streets yesterday and they're not gonNA take it anymore. Are we getting to the point? I was listening to judge Andrew Napolitano this morning on Fox and again I kept my powder dry on this Looking at the number of steps Question constitutionally questionable that many governors did take it on up to the feds have taken in an effort to slow the role flatten the curve when it comes to the spread of Kovic Nineteen and very early on her a lot of people yep in about Oh album time is for us to gather and come together and we need to just protest protests. I'm sorry it's all well and good. I suppose it has a place but it's just pretty much another means of complaining. When you agree I mean sure you get your attention for as long as the protests last but some calling very early on in this process for civil disobedience. I took a wait and see approach. Well I waited and I don't like what I'm seeing across this country particularly as a judge Andrew Napolitano was talking about. Oh this is good the governor of New Jersey. Sorry don't have his name off the top of my head Governor of New Jersey essentially saying that the bill of Rights is above his pay grade. Wait why te. He's had what because you have to remember. Governors cannot write the law they can only force the law and unfortunately when we look at that paradigm the narrative of what is essential and what is non essential by the way. Cherry Pie wrote a great piece complete Colorado page two on justice point. Is the government now picking winners and losers and as we. The sheep willfully give up our constitutional rights our liberties freedoms as judge. Andrew Napolitano said. Are we running the risk of giving them up for good nine seven three three thirteen? Ten eight seven seven three five three thirteen ten. No not calling for civil disobedience yet but if they keep cranking down on us well what other option will we eventually today? You don't WanNa get out today anyway. I mean actually. This is one of those days. You're probably happy to stay at home because the roads are mess throughout the entire state. Resolve that heavy snowfall. But not today maybe not tomorrow but well let me run. Through what Governor Jared Polis suggests that Our immediate future looks like all right. You had him outlining three phases. For how decisions will be made in terms of Well opening up the state once again. Here's what he had to say this piece. I pulled by SAP Tonette. Excuse me sound toback chick. I always mispronounce his name. Alex Bernez Jessica Semen out of the Denver Post Colorado. And so we'll have to get used to a new normal for many months to come. Will we ever see a return to that? Quintessential normal what. We took for granted the ways in which we interacted with each other. Well this forever change how we can net or not with one another for example something as simple as shaking hands. Will we ever shake hands again? What about the huggers? I know I was always a hug. Her I mean not an inappropriate kinda random hugger but I mean when I got to know somebody and how to certain comfort level with them them with me. Yeah we'd give each other very friendly hug and go about our business. So you got governor. Jared Polis just yesterday saying Yep. We're going to have to get used to this new normal for many months to come with the reopening of businesses and resumption of normal daily activities coming gradually and guess some social distancing remaining in place until there is a cure or a vaccine. Let me repeat some social distancing remaining in place until there is a cure for covert nineteen or a vaccine. Okay now wait a minute. Hold on here until there is a cure or vaccine for Cova. Nineteen that could take a year. I could take two years. Is that really what we're looking at in Colorado? Let that sink in just a moment. Remarks stood as the governor's most extensive comments yet on how Colorado will move forward from the peon. Denic pull us a set April twenty six a target date to lift the statewide. Stay at home order. Pretty ambitious goal admittedly several days ahead of the federal target at this news conference in which he said. Social distancing would remain in place until there is a cure or vaccine and rolled that in the reopening of businesses and resumption of normal daily activities. Now I get it. It needs to be a phased rollout right reopening not only a Colorado but indeed the entire nation. I mean we just don't flip the switch and hey everything's back to normal. It's not gonNA work that way. But until there's a cure or vaccine Irish isn't going to disappear go anytime soon. Yes we know that according to Governor Jerry Police. We need a way of life. That is sustainable. Sustainable psychologically economically and socially we know that staying at home. Isn't it's a horrific thing. We're social animals. True that governor outlined three phases. For how decisions will be made on reopening society at least in in Colorado phase one which is ongoing is the urgent the so-called urgent phase. It involves mandating people stay indoors which poem has pulled them pulling himself has described as Drako Nian with the goal of suppressing viruses growth and expanding testing tracing tracing. Are Americans going to be open to tracking and tracing welcome to your ever expanding surveillance society tracing healthcare capacity the states also using this time to conduct a constant benefit analysis of social distancing policies? In fact we should know. I think within the next five days or so how effective those social distance policies Distancing policies have actually been question for you because I've been talking to people on both sides of the aisle well all sides of the Aisle Republicans Democrats Independents Libertarians. The list goes on and on. If you were to grade Governor Jared Polis and take really try to step aside from the politics if you can but if you were to give Governor Jared Polis. A grade on how he has handled this cove nineteen outbreak in Colorado. What grade politics aside? What grade would you give him till you drop me a text this morning on thirteen ten? Kfi Tech's line. If I time just Texas K OF K A two three one nine nine six again. Three one nine nine six and then after that you can just text away to your Heart's delight. So what grade? Would you give a governor Jared Polis in terms of how he has handled the Stay at home. Shutdown essentially if most of the state and well all things covert nineteen. Lay To. Drop me a text. Three one nine nine six but we will get back to what Governor Jared Polis had to say yesterday as he outlined three phases for how decisions will be made on reopening the state this is President. Trump incidentally is expected to roll out a plan to once again open reopen the economy and get people back to work today this after he had a phone call with a number any number of stages of business leaders all weighing in with their suggestions on how to best accomplish that but expected to announce that today. So we'll keep our eyes open for that six.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on On The Media
"As our told me see that user A._l.. was being harassed by what seems like five or six different pro l._G._B._T._Q.. Christians accusing him of killing someone else on read it one in particular cler was very persistent over the course of two months made a new account every single day just to say hey this. Is Your daily reminder that user L. leads people to suicide. We had no idea what the heck this user was talking about. When these host I started showing up A._S._R.? Invited user l. into our discord chat so we could get to the bottom of this user A._l.. Says something he'd written on a different read at Forum years ago a short eulogy for a woman he'd met online online they'd become friends running a very fringe community where she shared videos of quote unquote ex gay testimonials which are stories of Christians and who claim that through conversion therapy or an alleged act of faith defeated these troublesome feelings. It's about being emotionally pure your and not having the Emotional Im- measurements with women knowing that when I'm starting to cross the line in my heart that's ask based on what I found in her old red posts user. Els Friend was open about suffering from bipolar disorder and the pain that God was judging her for her attraction action to women things got worse when she divorced her husband and she unfortunately <hes> committed suicide several years ago and when he saw the news he was noticeably noticeably shot doctrine in Weil and we really don't know much about it beyond that however some l._G._B._T._q.. Supporting users users noticed this and said well. Your philosophy drove this woman to suicide whether or not that's true will likely never know what we do. Know is that study after study Saudi have shown that not only just conversion therapy not work. It's deeply harmful to those who receive it l._G._B._T._Q.. Adolescence that experience conversion therapy or the rejection from their families and faith communities are eight times more likely to attempt suicide than those from accepting environments Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed and a bill Friday that makes Colorado the eighteenth state to ban gay conversion therapy for minors..
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KOMO
"Is protecting information. Grand jury information confidential information that he cannot release. That's technically true, but not the full picture attorney general William bar doesn't have the authority to release grand jury material. But Democrats in the House Judiciary committee want the Justice department to join them in seeking a court order to permit the disclosure to congress of the grand jury material ABC's, Karen Travers, the House Judiciary committee is voting today to hold the attorney general in contempt if the measure passes it goes to the full house doing in court today the eighteen year old male suspect in yesterday's school shooting in highlands ranch. Colorado the. Female teen also is in custody both are students at the science oriented public school. Governor Jared polis says society much must do much better. I think at this point Colorado are really heartbroken frustrated still shocked and frankly sick over a mass shooting occurring right here in Douglas county. One student killed eight others wounded if you are wondering what to call Britain's newest Royal an answer arrived today, the lad will be known as Archie Archie Harrison Mountbatten Windsor to be precise. The Duke and duchess of Sussex used Instagram to make the announcement opposed statement said this afternoon their Royal highnesses introduced her majesty the Queen to her eighth grade grandchild at Windsor Castle Prince Philip pan Megan's mother, we're also present at the special occasion ABC's Tom rivers in London. You're listening to ABC news. Stay.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Anybody can think by being Becky violence Gus and then fired this country that you've targets. Yeah. Mislead misleading us there have been no claims of responsibility. CBS news special report. I'm Gary Nunn. It's two thirty two. It was twenty years ago on Saturday that Columbine high school in Littleton, Colorado, the scene of gunfire to students opened fire killing twelve students and a teacher three days of events marked the anniversary honoring the victims and their families, Colorado. Governor Jared polis says the horror of that day is prompting changes and activists wanna thank those involved. Deep commitment to this mission to make the world a better place and recognize that henceforth April. Twentieth will always be known as the day service in the state of Colorado more than two thousand people attended that event. Meanwhile, the events at Columbine prompted a discussion of school safety in Culver city students at the town hall weren't even born until after Columbine, but it has shaped their lives. Think about it every day. It's something that's always lingering in my head student engineer laborious was among those worried about school violence. She said some of the preparations like active shooter drills traumatizing, and let students with questions about adults ability to respond. He always a student students. Like, my gonyea offered suggestions to Culver city unified recommending gun control and a commitment by parents to keep guns in the home. Locked up school board, president Kelly can't advocated training students to recognize their troubled Pierce. We have tons of evidence that social emotional interventions work in addition to peer support speakers also called for more access to professional mental health services to make sure a tragedy. Like Columbine doesn't happen again. Jim Rondo KNX, ten seventy NewsRadio riverside police found about forty thousand marijuana plants at an illegal grow operation. This after neighbors complained about the smell police say they got a warrant for the property on McAllister street near Cleveland avenue CVS twos. Nicole Comstock spoke to revive police are narcotics unit believe that. This is the largest one that that. We've ever in covered in within our.
Doves, heartbreak and hope on 20th anniversary of Columbine High massacre
"The community in suburban Denver marking the twentieth. Anniversary of the Columbine high school shooting standing strong at the gathered to remember the thirteen people killed that day CBS Lee, Frank Littleton. The current principal of this high school forever linked to the nineteen ninety nine massacre says Columbine is not just surviving. It's thriving as a symbol of resilience in hope one of the partially paralyzed survivors emotionally described his twenty year journey discovering the power of forgiveness. Colorado governor Jared polis spoke on this third day of events. I wanna thank those involved. Deep commitment to this mission to make the world a better place and recognize that henceforth April. Twentieth will always be known as a day of service in the state of Colorado, white doves were released the names of the victims were read in a ceremony at a park near the high school for more than two thousand people
"governor jared polis" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed
"Pat, gray. So Colorado has become the latest date and the first swing state to join a group pledging to elect presidents based on who wins the national popular vote trying desperately to navigate the electoral college. Yeah. And also trying to put their own citizens on the outs eleven other states and the district of Columbia have signed on to the national popular vote. Interstate compact. The end PV. I see which is so catchy. Just rolls right off the tongue the nip Vic died, the the the the the nip Vic it agreement that requires those states to select their presidential electors based on who wins the most individual votes nationwide, regardless of which candidate wins, the state is negatives. Yes, you're states vote house stupid. Governor Jared polis signed the Bill Friday bringing the state into the compact. It goes into effect only wants states with at least two hundred seventy electoral votes. The number needed to win the presidential election have signed on and Colorado brings the count now to a hundred eighty one they're less than a hundred away. I know I this at all. Two to seventy before. Now, they say to two hundred seventy before the twenty twenty election appears unlikely, but they had zero just a little while ago. Fatten Hon, this was fast my goodness because a couple years ago, and they some people talking about getting rid of college. It was just kind of in passing. But the Democrats are they're angry because in two thousand gore 2016. Yeah. And my goodness. Now, you've got that's a mainstream idea. You've got presidential candidates talking about this. Elizabeth Warren's ready to get rid of it. My gosh, they definitely have momentum. You're right that momentum with same sex marriage. And they got that done. They had momentum on marijuana. They've pretty much got that done that fights basically over. Now, something that you just I mean really believed impossible just to short time ago is really possible if not likely. People stand up for the constitution here. This is really dangerous stuff. Supporters say that concept would create a fairer basis for presidential elections by essentially going around the electoral college and creating system where each individual vote counts the same. It would also motivate potential voters in non swing states to come out to polls, they say, I don't see how when you know, your entire state's election may be voided by who wins the national vote. And so Democrats can now they don't have to focus on individual states for their voter fraud. They can just go anywhere. They just need to get that number higher anywhere. It again, if if the electoral college doesn't matter say goodbye to any campaigning in small states..
"governor jared polis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Over at townhall, Courtney O'Brien former attorney general Eric Holder has suggested to his fellow Democrats. One way to put their stamp on American history. Especially in light of Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell, President Trump's agenda historic span the supreme court. He made the far fetched proposal last week at Yale Law School and Columbia University. Now, I'm telling you. Both Kirsten gillibrand and Pete buddy. Geek, the mayor of south bend, Indiana have suggested they could support this. But a gig said he got the idea from the Yale Law journal, Yale Law journal, you idiot. Was tried in the nineteen early late. Mid nineteen thirty s late nineteen thirties. Let's see. But again, it's not one for political tradition. He also promoted abolishing the electoral college. So now holders behind Jill. Lebron is behind it. Because she's behind anything that she thinks will help her. Then we have this. From our friends at five thirty eight. Nathaniel wreckage. The national popular vote initiative seeks to set up an interstate compact that would effectively doing Enron around the electoral college without actually abolishing it because you see, ladies and gentlemen, they don't have the votes to amend the constitution. So they don't bother. Which require the lengthy laborious process of building broad bipartisan support to pass a constitutional amendment. The logic behind the compact is that the constitution already give states the power to award their electoral votes, how they see fit. So each state that signs on to the compact degrees to award its electoral votes to whomever wins the national popular vote not necessarily the candidate who wins that state. So a candidate can win your state. But the electors vote for the other candidate because the other candidate won the popular vote throughout the country. How do you how do you like that completely undermine state authority? There's just one catch. They write the agreement only goes into effect when the states who've joined or with a total of two hundred seventy electoral votes enough to deliver an automatic victory to the popular vote win a currently eleven states. Plus the district of Columbia representing one hundred and seventy two electoral votes have signed onto the compact, but Colorado, and it's nine electoral votes are our prime to join in the next few weeks. The state house and Senate recently passed the Bill and governor Jared polis has said he will sign it. That would bring the total number of signatories to thirteen and the electoral vote count up to one hundred and eighty one two thirds of the way to seventy. Now, the compact just needs to bring on enough new states to get eighty nine additional electoral votes, and it would radically change how the United States picks its president. So there's that radically changed the supreme court radically change how the United States president. Now, we also want to radically change how we create congressional districts and Eric Holder and others behind this clothing. Barack mill house Benito Obama. This is from Fox News from a few weeks back. Former President Barack Mel house Benita Obama. Nonprofits, nonprofit political organization is teaming up with his former attorney general holder to launch a campaign against gerrymandering. The all on the line campaign, which will also work to protect the Affordable Care Act reduced gun violence. Expand voting rights is part of a push in recent years by high profile Democrats took a tail the use of gerrymandering across the country. Now, why would they support this? Well, I'll tell you why. Because they go into court against the administration that says only citizens should be counted in the census why? So when you in portion the number of seats that each state gets in the house of representatives that that's only based on the numbers citizens. It's not based on citizens that can be based on any human being who's here, including legal aliens. That means that these dark blue states that are welcoming to illegal aliens, we'll have more congressional seats than those states that uphold immigration laws, enter not importing or welcoming illegal aliens. You said this is all an effort to truly destroy Representative government. This is all really an effort to destroyed crucial pieces of our constitutional order while you really have to laugh or cry. When you hear the Democrats talk about impeachment. When you hear the media give this voice when he talked about obstruction of Justice. When you hear Republicans aren't sure if the national emergencies hack should be employed in order to secure the border,.
"governor jared polis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Third governor Jared polis taking the oath of office today, we'll faithfully perform the duties office of governor of the office of governor upon which I am about to enter upon which I'm about to enter to the best of my ability the best of my ability. Congratulations. Governor police says he and his new administration is prepared to work. We are ready to roll up our sleeves and get to work to prepare to deliver real results to the people of Colorado in the coming days and months and years ahead. The governor says his mission is to make Colorado a place for all families to thrive today tomorrow and for generations to come President Trump will make his case for border security tonight in an Oval Office speech to the nation. White House counselor Kellyanne Conway says congress must understand the president believes border security is in the best interest of the country. I let congress off the hook yet again congress villas failed to do its job, including Republican and democratic led congress they failed their jobs on immigration for a very long time. You can hear the president's speech and the democratic response on KOA NewsRadio tonight at seven then joined Michael Brown for instant reaction, including your calls and texts. Former four employees of smoky hill high school or on administrative leave while police. Investigate whether students had a gun in a car off campus, the principal of smoky hill high school says no students were hurt. He sent an Email home to parents saying that administrators are cooperating with police and are waiting for their determination, the assistant principal athletic director, wrestling coach and assistant coach have been placed on leave nine news and KOA Broncos insider, Mike Klis says John Elway and the Broncos search committee are having more meetings today to discuss the two finalists for the head coaching job..