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Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 2 d ago

Donald Trump, And Poor Judgement

"Does the kid come out and say some things that I agree with? Yeah, of course. He's not a dummy. He asks a little bit of a little bit charisma and he's like a broken clock. He's right twice a day. But when you talk about the sentiment of somebody like that, you're thrusting this ideology onto president Trump and the left is running away with it. Wait till they begin to come closer to the election. They're not going to say that Trump accidentally met with this guy. They already said, just like Trump said he didn't know who David duke was. They're saying he claimed he didn't know who Nick Fincher was, which Trump probably did not know who Nick Francis was, but it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter if he knew or not. I want us to understand that. It doesn't matter. It's the fact that your call with a racist. And you can say all you want, we believe it, but they're going to methodically just break away at the fabric of the rest of the people in the country. And it's going to make Trump look even more of a racist. You know, that's just like somebody meet with a pedophile. Well, I didn't know that. I didn't know that I don't know who's a big pedophile out there. Don't want to kill themselves. Jeffrey Epstein. Nobody cares that you were on an airplane with Jeffrey esteem and you didn't know who he was. You were on a plane with Jeffrey Epstein.

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Can Trump Get Out of His Own Way?

The Officer Tatum Show

02:14 min | 2 d ago

Can Trump Get Out of His Own Way?

"Listen, let me tell you this. I thought Donald Trump was a tremendous president. He was the best president in my lifetime. And I legitimately believe that they stole the election in 2020. I mean, I believe that they did it. Now, let me say this. It wouldn't even been sellable if Donald Trump would have had the same level of popularity or even a greater popularity in 2020 as he did in 2016. It started to fall off the cliff during COVID. Now, that may not have been his fault. I get that. They were dragging them his whole presidency in line and doing fake investigations. But COVID-19, they were able to manipulate that situation in the making Trump look bad. The economy was hurting all of the above. And when those things are perfect storm, a lot of people begin to turn on Donald Trump. And I honestly believe a lot of people did not vote for him. That if they had voted for him, no matter what they did in 2020, he was going to win no matter what. There was not enough cheating that they could have done. That could have stopped that landslide victory that Donald Trump would have had. But with that being said, you may not understand I may not understand why people can not look beyond the foolery to vote for policy. Because in my mind, it doesn't matter if he met with Nick Fuentes or not at the end of the day. I know that Trump may not have known who he was because he's not a very popular person. But also, I understand that Trump's policies are better than Democrats policies. And I'm willing to suck it up and that it's not, you know, he's not the perfect candidate, but he's better than the candidates that are running, and I think he can actually make this country better if he put the trash aside and just focus on being a president and policies. Donald Trump can kill it as the president of the United States of America. Our country will be renewed. If Donald Trump can separate the two and become the president of the United States of America. But if you can't have discernment, enough to avoid meeting with Kanye West alone, you are in trouble.

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Trump Facing Backlash After Dinner With Ye and White Nationalist

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | 2 d ago

Trump Facing Backlash After Dinner With Ye and White Nationalist

"Gotta talk about Kanye West, Milo, Nick Fuentes, and Donald Trump. These are gonna be harsh words. And I hope that people were listening with understand where I'm coming from. Donald Trump, for whatever reason, and I do not understand why. It appears to me that he's disconnected with reality. To a certain degree. Why would you meet with Kanye West and Nick Fuentes? Now, I know that he may not have known who Nick Fuentes was. But he know who Kanye West is. And it doesn't matter if Kanye West is your friend, you are running for a president. Kanye West has been blacklisted. Whether it's right, wrong or indifferent, it's irrelevant. You gotta play the game like a politician. You can't be in the same room while you're running for president with Kanye West. Why mister Tatum? Because the media has created a narrative that Kanye West is an anti semite, I don't believe it's true, but it doesn't matter what I believe. There's a narrative that have been said and unless it's absolutely vital that you meet with somebody who's so controversial at this moment in time, you should probably put that on the back burner. Why mister Tatum? Because Kanye brought Nick Fuentes. Now, some of you guys probably don't know who Nick Fuentes is. You probably should know. He is a legitimate racist person. I saw his videos where he's legitimately saying racist stuff.

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Cops investigating Idaho stabbings say stalker tips unproven

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Cops investigating Idaho stabbings say stalker tips unproven

"Investigators continued to run down leads in the fatal stabbings of four university of Idaho students, I Norman hall. Idaho authorities say they have no suspect or weapon more than a week after the November 13th killings, the students were killed in their sleep, police in the town of Moscow say hundreds of leads have been pursued. Detectives of an unable to verify that one of the victims may have been stalked, Stacey Chapin is the mother of victim Ethan Chapin. She says there's been an outpouring of support from around the country. You're outreach and kind words are profoundly touching. Please know we now consider all of you Friends. Lisa asked for public assistance. I Norman hall

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Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:32 min | Last week

Embrace Your Family This Holiday Season

"Love in the air, a lot of tears. I was in South Carolina for a funeral. Dear friend of mine who lost their son. To addiction, second family I know that has lost their child to addiction and it's awful. The scourge of addiction and despair, it's heartbreaking, and it's something that we've got to tackle. We've got to face this. We got to deal with it. I am inspired, though, by the love that I felt in that church yesterday, a beautiful funeral service and a lot of beautiful people lifting my friend's family up. They have a beautiful family, beautiful daughters. They're going to persevere. They're going to get through this, and they're going to have young field in their heart, always. And I just want to remind you to embrace your family, lean into the love of your family, be lifted and lifted up by the support and the love family is everything. And again, a lot of pain and hurt in the world right now. I'm thinking about those families of those four beautiful kids who were stabbed to death in Idaho. I'm thinking about the family, the families of all these police recruits in Whittier, California, imagine what you can't. You can't even begin to imagine what some of these families are experiencing, and it's so tough going into the holiday season. It's so difficult.

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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"idaho" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:24 min | Last week

"idaho" Discussed on KOMO

"News tonight autopsies are complete on the four students murdered at the university of Idaho, the coroner says some of the wounds may be defensive, but the results of that autopsy have not yet been made public. At this point there are no suspects, no leads and no murder weapon. Here's ABC's Alex stone. Investigators in Moscow Idaho are now going around a local businesses to see if anyone recently bought a fixed blade Rambo style knife, but it's not rare for people in western Idaho to own such a knife. Aaron Snell with Idaho state police says nobody has been ruled out as a suspect. We have an ongoing investigation with a lot of leads. Probably Easter now reprocessing the crime scene looking for more evidence and police won't say what to surviving roommates are telling them about what happened early Sunday morning. Alex stone ABC News. Back here in Seattle, the defendant in what prosecutors are calling a vicious sex trafficking case as pleaded not guilty 30 year old Winston Byrd is charged with human trafficking, promoting prostitution assault and drive by shooting, he's being held on a whopping $750,000 bail. Now, prosecutors say a 20 year old woman tried to escape Bert by jumping naked from a three third story window. She was rescued by a rideshare driver who then engaged the suspect in a gunfight. In Redmond and arrest in a murder case that's been called for ten years. Here's northwest news radio's Marina rockinger. After 11 years, Redmond police detectives have made an arrest in the disappearance of Laurel Sinclair, detective sergeant Jesse boulevard tells me the case started out as a missing person case that evolved into a no body homicide. What it took was kind of the dogged efforts of several of our detectives just putting together all the casework, writing warrants, getting the information and proven beyond a reasonable doubt that we had our suspect. 44 year old Mark Raymond frisbee, who was Sinclair's boyfriend, was arrested yesterday in Los Angeles and charged with second degree murder. Sinclair was last seen November 8th, 2011 year factoria mall in Bellevue. Her car was found later in a church parking lot near frisbee's apartment, extensive searches never recovered Sinclair in the case went cold. Detectors revived the case a year ago, and were able to gather enough evidence to charge frisbee. He is currently in jail awaiting extradition back to King County. Marina rockinger, northwest, news radio. In Tacoma, the police department's new crime plan looks oddly similar to one being used in Dallas, and it's not getting a lot of support from the rank and file. Northwest news radio's Jeff pozole explains. The city paid nearly a $100,000 for consultants from the University of Texas at San Antonio to develop the plan. But according to the news tribune, most of it was a rehash from a plan that they developed for Dallas. But the Dallas police department has about 3100 officers while Tacoma has just 118, though it's short about 40. We go where the data tells us to go. And we focus on the people that the data tells us to focus on. That's doctor Michael Smith of UTS a presenting the plan to the city council earlier this year. But Tacoma did not solicit bids to develop the crime plan. Instead relying on chief Avery Moore's endorsement. Laura used to work for the Dallas PD. Meanwhile, the police union says that Tacoma plan relies on cherry picking statistics to give the false impression that crime is down across the city. Jeff pozole and northwest news radio. In Seattle a new housing project unveiled today for the homeless as housing project specifically focusing on American Indian and Alaska native people. CBS health is investing more than $14 million as part of its commitment to advancing health equity. Conditions, including housing, can impact health outcomes by up to 80%. Doctor Rafael Gonzalez and Mesquite says stable housing can help people focus on their health. Conditions in the environments where people are born with learned workplace worship and aids tremendously affect health. The 5 story 120 unit building will be called sacred medicine house with onsite counseling healthcare and features tailored to native people. The community world where veterans can engage in that expectation of healing ceremonies like drumming, singing, storytelling, and talking circles, powerful drivers. In key county, one in four homeless people identify as American Indian native Alaskan or indigenous. And now from the what took so long file. Then Snoop Dogg. Snoop Dogg is launching a

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Convicted serial killer behind 2 beheadings once warned police a victim's 'head will be missing': reports

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Convicted serial killer behind 2 beheadings once warned police a victim's 'head will be missing': reports

"Hallucino are still searching for the killer or killers of four university students found dead over the weekend prompting others to leave campus despite police assurances that there was no imminent risk The victims one male three female all university of Idaho students were found Sunday in an off campus house Police say they were stabbed and call it an isolated targeted attack still many are scared Dino students Blaine echols We're going to support students in one of a manner they need to navigate through this If they need to return home we're going to support them So many students have left campus a candlelight vigil has to be rescheduled My heart breaks for the families and the Friends

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4 Idaho students likely killed with "edged weapon"; no suspects in custody

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 weeks ago

4 Idaho students likely killed with "edged weapon"; no suspects in custody

"Police say the four university of Idaho students murdered over the weekend were killed by a knife or other edged weapon Meanwhile they continue to look for suspects Police say no weapons have been located but they believe once the autopsy report comes back this week they will have a definitive answer to what was used to kill the for you of ice students at an off campus house They consider it an isolated targeted attack Moscow mayor art Becky was asked by K H Q TV if they were considering a crime of passion If you eliminate everything else that may have gone on it could be because there was no burglary There was no robbery There was no hostage taking There was no nothing just a

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Republicans Pick up House Seat in Deep Blue Oregon

The Officer Tatum Show

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

Republicans Pick up House Seat in Deep Blue Oregon

"And I just want to give credit to Lori Chavez the dreamer. I think that's how you say her name. Republican who flipped the organ seat in the House of Representatives, a Republican won the U.S. House seat in central Oregon on Sunday, according to The Associated Press defeating her democratic opponent, Jamie, skinner, and handing her party a crucial victory in his push to win the majority in the House. I want us to remember her name, Chavez, dreamer, she won a tough fall race flipping a Democrat stronghold in Oregon. We have to have to remember that we are making moves. We may not have saw the victory that we wanted, we may have got punched and knocked down in a fight in which we were going to dominate, but we have some victories here that we can work off of moving forward.

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University of Idaho Students Found Dead in Suspected Homicide

The Officer Tatum Show

01:18 min | 2 weeks ago

University of Idaho Students Found Dead in Suspected Homicide

"Breaking news. Four university of Idaho students are seen smiling in photos, hours before they were killed in off campus housing, police investigators say, this is a very bizarre situation. I was doing a little research on this right during the break. And there was four students, three girls, one boy, the three girls were in a sorority, it was alpha pi sorority, and the one guy was a boyfriend of one of the young ladies. And so four students were found dead. According to the police, it's unclear at the manner of death or the cause of death, but they are ruling or investigating this as a homicide. Now, I mean, put my police glasses on because this is very suspicious. However, some of the information could be slightly telling. When you have a circumstance situation where you have four people dead, the police officers are saying that they don't believe there's a threat to the public. Then that means that they believe that the person who killed them are probably in the house or they have no idea who killed them. When I say killed them in the person is in the house, meaning that one of the people who are dead may have been the suspect involved in the killing.

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Will McCain Republicans Support Trump>

The Officer Tatum Show

02:18 min | 2 weeks ago

Will McCain Republicans Support Trump>

"In the primary, Karen Taylor Robson, they raised $19 million for Karen Taylor robeson to go against Carrie Lake. 3 million was raised for Carrie Lake, 19 million was raged for Karen Taylor Rosen. Our current governor of the state of Arizona who won by over 300,000 votes endorsed Karen Taylor Rosen. There is a huge split of establishment Republicans and maga Republicans in the state of Arizona. Do not be food and do not be dismayed. Donald Trump and McCain got into a fight and it was never the same. McCain Republicans in the Arizona will never vote for Trump and they hate his guts. Whether you agree with it or not, that's the truth of the state of Arizona. Carrie Lake ended up winning, despite the Republican Party supporting Karen Taylor Rosen by giving her $19 million. Now, when Carrie Lake became the nominee, the current governor, governor Doug ducey, who won by 300,000 votes, he did not come out in support or endorse Carrie Lake at all. The question that we should be asking is how many Republicans that voted for Karen Taylor Rosen was upset just like our current governor followed suit of our current governor and did not support Carrie Lake financially or by voting for her. That is a number that's more concerning to me than any kind of nefarious behavior in the election. I want us to understand we can not talk out of both sides of our mouths. If we see clear evidence of election fraud, we need to address it. In the 2020 election, there was clear evidence of election fraud against president Donald Trump. I can't say the same down ballot, but Donald Trump, for sure, they cheated. I saw it. Now, the consequences of them cheating, I don't know what the results were. I predict that the cheating cost Donald Trump to lose. Some people may predict that the cheating was done, but it didn't cause I'm gonna lose. I disagree. However, when you look around the country, we have to stop crying about cheating unless there's unequivocal evidence and we have to start looking at what are we doing as a Republican Party? Are we united? Are we not united? Are we losing because we're not putting in the effort? We're not going out and knocking on doors. We're not helping with canvassing or are we losing from cheating? We have to make that determination and not cry every time we lose an election.

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Trump Disturbs Republican Unity

The Officer Tatum Show

01:12 min | 2 weeks ago

Trump Disturbs Republican Unity

"I have a critique when a man comes out and says that the vaccine was the single most greatest achievement accomplishment, at least one of the accomplishments in United States history. Simultaneously, people are losing their jobs, people are being harassed, bullied, kicked out of restaurants, unable to travel, unable to go see their families, literally the country's being pit against each other because of this vaccine. Yet Donald Trump comes out and says it's one of the greatest inventions because he had something to do with it. Of course I'm upset about that and of course I'm going to criticize him on that fact. Also, as of late, he came out in the middle of a midterm that's daunting to the Republican Party. It was not a landslide like we expected. You can't keep talking about everybody cheating. It was not a performance that we expected. This is a point in time where Republicans need to need to come together. Republicans need to revisit what's going on. We need to try to figure out a strategy to win in the future and also finish out with the candidates that are still on the board fighting for a win.

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Four University of Idaho students found dead in home near campus

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 weeks ago

Four University of Idaho students found dead in home near campus

"Police are investigating the deaths of four university of Idaho students as homicides officials say the four students were found Sunday afternoon in an off campus home near the school when police responded to reports of an unconscious person They're labeling the death as suspected homicides The department is giving little information and says the investigation is ongoing The university of Idaho says it canceled classes today out of respect for the students after the bodies were found the school had advised students to shelter in place until investigators determined there

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Mark Levin: Don't Assume Anything, Go out & Vote

Mark Levin

01:14 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin: Don't Assume Anything, Go out & Vote

"We have something they don't have Me on the radio Speaking to 14 and a half million people in every state in the country Every single state in the country So let's do it okay Don't assume you've won Don't assume it's a slaughter Don't assume your vote doesn't count in most cases it will count It's very very crucial That you do this And even though we'll be off the air after 9 p.m. Eastern Time there's crucial races that are going to be closing in Arizona and Colorado Iowa Louisiana and Minnesota and Nebraska New Mexico New York Wisconsin Wyoming 10 p.m. Idaho Montana Nevada Oregon Utah 11 p.m. California Washington state midnight Alaska Hawaii Alaska's key We want shabaka to win So it's very very important I have a few house races in the early closings that will be monitoring as well as some of the Senate races We've got a few in Virginia that are very close

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Everything on the Left Is Upside Down

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:53 min | 3 months ago

Everything on the Left Is Upside Down

"The world of the left is chaos. I don't know why some people like chaos, so my example is it's truly everything is upside down in the left world. We sexualize children, but we try to render adults innocent. Right. So they took away the swimsuit competition in the Miss America contest. Because it was too sexual. It was okay for my grandparents. Who deeply religious grandparents, a deeply religious America, was fined with the swimsuit competition. It's interesting. It is oh, it's very interesting. It's such an important point. It's the secular world that's uncomfortable with the adult sexuality. That is a really good point because I think that at least people my age have this conception that there was an older generation of Americans that were far more conservative, not just politically, but with regard to prudes. Yes, exactly that were prudes. And it's funny how that is actually kind of reversed. When I think of my religious orthodox Jewish parents watching the Miss America contest. And my father telling my mother, oh my God, look at miss Idaho, she gorges, and then my mother would say, oh, well, miss Wisconsin. I mean, they would actually, you know, discuss the women. Faithful to one another for 69 years. 69 years of marriage, orthodox Jews, watching the swimsuit competition. But their secular grandchildren, great grandchildren, oh no, we don't want ever women to be in a position of being seen sexually, but 5 year olds can have sexuality. This is what I mean. Everything on the left is upside down. Yes,

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Dinesh Examines Abortion Trigger Laws

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:41 min | 3 months ago

Dinesh Examines Abortion Trigger Laws

"The Supreme Court decision overturning roe versus wade, the so called Dobbs decision came out at the end of July, July 26th to be precise. And prior to that decision, a number of states had passed so called trigger laws and the trigger laws were restrictions on abortion that were unconstitutional at the time that they were passed. Why? Because roe versus wade was still in effect, and roe versus wade, in effect, allowed abortion on demand. So pretty much any law restricting abortion was knocked out was at the very least put on indefinite hold while the role precedent applied. But these states in a sense were prophetic and they thought, well, there may be a time when abortion restrictions by states are going to be allowed. Roe versus wade is going to be pushed out of the way and so they pass laws in case role is overruled. These new laws, so called would be triggered by that event and would go into effect. Well, they would go into effect 30 days following the Supreme Court decision. And since the Supreme Court decision was at the end of July and here we are toward the end of August, and so three states, Idaho, Tennessee and Texas, now have abortion laws that go into effect, well, yesterday, which is to say Thursday, and these are these are all fairly stringent laws banning abortion in those states with relatively with relatively few exceptions.

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Officials: Loud 'boom' heard in north Utah likely a meteor

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Officials: Loud 'boom' heard in north Utah likely a meteor

"A meteor might be the culprit for a loud boom in Utah I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Officials say a loud boom was heard across areas of northern Utah and was likely a meteor reports of the loud noise circulated on social media around 8 30 a.m. Saturday People posted that they heard the boom from Utah all the way to southern Idaho Utah governor Spencer Cox tweeted that his office confirmed it was not related to any seismic activity or Utah's military installations the national weather services Salt Lake City office tweeted that its lightning detection mapper likely picked up the meteors 12 flash Officials say that seems to be confirmed by witness video from Roy Utah south Salt Lake resident windy milling says she heard a loud deep booming sound followed by three to four seconds of rumbling I'm Lisa dwyer

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 Idaho Supreme Court won't block strict abortion bans

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Idaho Supreme Court won't block strict abortion bans

"An AP analysis of the Kansas abortion amendment vote finds a Supreme Court's decision overturning roe versus wade may have altered the dynamics of this year's midterm elections Last week voters in traditionally conservative Kansas rejected a ballot measure that would have allowed state lawmakers to tighten restrictions on abortion The margins against at nearly 20 percentage points stunned abortion opponents and gave hope to abortion rights activists in other states and Associated Press analysis found there was a high turnout among Democrats and independent voters who were galvanized to defeat the ballot measure about as many voters turned out as for the general election and about twice as many as during the previous 2018 midterms In 99 of a 105 counties support for the measure was more than ten percentage points lower when

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"idaho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:46 min | 6 months ago

"idaho" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And we will see NPR health correspondent rob Stein thanks for the update rob Yeah sure thing Rachel Authorities in northern Idaho are leaving open the possibility for more criminal charges against 31 white nationalists accused of planning to riot at a weekend pride festival Members of a group known as patriot front face misdemeanor charges of conspiracy to start a riot The region has a long history of domestic extremism and NPR's Kirk siegler reports many people are on edge The arrests were made a short distance from coeur d'alenes pride celebration after police got a tip that men were seen loading into a U haul truck wearing masks carrying shields and other riot gear Police later found at least one smoke grenade most of the men came from out of state and it's not clear if any had any connection to local far right groups who were protesting the pride festival at a news conference yesterday after all the patriot front men were released on bail Coeur d'Alene police chief Lee white said his department has since been getting death threats for doing its job Lee also had to beat back conspiracy theories that have been stoked online and on the streets of north Idaho as it's known locally where far right politics are widely embraced Let me be very clear here These were not law enforcement officers that we arrested These were members of the hate group patriot front He was not antifa in disguise nor were they FBI members in disguise And yet others in court Elaine see the arrests as a milestone Alicia Abbott with the progressive Idaho 97 project says her community is used to armed paramilitary activists showing up at local meetings and events to intimidate crowds To be honest what was really surprising for idahoans was the actual arrests themselves It is very rare We see law enforcement take action against white supremacy that has openly threatened violence two years ago when armed so called patriot groups descended on coeur d'alenes downtown during the nationwide George Floyd protests for several nights police were criticized for doing nothing This is the Idaho Panhandle after all home to the ruby ridge standoff in the 1990s a time when neo Nazis would parade down Coeur d'Alene Sherman avenue every 4th of July Now the region is a Beacon for white conservative activists moving from liberal cities several so called Christian nationalists hold elected office and openly tout their affiliation with anti government militias Gay rights activists meanwhile see history repeating itself here but there are pledging to not go back underground I think that these celebrations need to continue State representative John mccroskey is the first openly gay man elected to the Idaho legislature There are economic impacts to promoting hate filled messages What kind of communities do we want to have in Idaho You could see this economic anxiety playing out at yesterday's news conference in Coeur d'Alene a lakeside resort town mayor Jim Hammond took to the podium and insisted that his city respects and welcomes everyone We're not going back to the days of the area nations We are past that and we will do everything we can to make sure that we continue to stay past those kinds of problems Police and city leaders say the arrests of the patriot front men successfully prevented a riot or worse it's unclear whether there will be further charges in the ongoing investigation Kirk ziegler and PR news Boise.

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"idaho" Discussed on National Day Calendar

National Day Calendar

02:54 min | 7 months ago

"idaho" Discussed on National Day Calendar

"This episode is brought to you by boar's head. If you're looking for something delicious, look no further than boar's head pit craft turkey. It's slow roasted with real Mesquite wood chips to give it a real pit smoke flavor. And it's authentic dry rub made of paprika, brown sugar, and Mexican chilies gives it a bold taste you need to experience yourself. Boar's head. Compromise elsewhere, find pit craft turkey at your local boar's head retailer. Welcome to May 17th, 2022 in the national day calendar. Today we celebrate stunning stunts and sweet substitutions. This episode is brought to you by boar's head. If you're looking for something delicious, look no further than boar's head pit craft turkey. It's slow roasted with real Mesquite wood chips to give it a real pit smoke flavor. And it's authentic dry rub made of paprika, brown sugar, and Mexican chilies gives it a bold taste you need to experience yourself. Boar's head. Compromise elsewhere, find pit craft turkey at your local boar's head retailer. Shoshone falls in southern Idaho is known as the Niagara of the west, and boasts some pretty amazing views, but a little past the falls is one of the coolest attractions in the state. In 1974, evil knievel, the world's most famous stuntman, attempted to jump the falls. People around the world watched on TV as he launched off the ramp on a steam powered rocket that he called the X two sky cycle. Unfortunately, knievel didn't make it to the other side because the parachute deployed two soon and he crashed into the snake river. If you're in the area, check out the evil knievel jump site, and on national Idaho day, celebrate the gem state in all its glory. They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and in the case of cherry cobbler, that need was for a pudding. I'm talking about British settlers in the American colonies who were longing for a taste of their hometown favorite, suet pudding. The problem was a lack of ingredients and the rudimentary ovens, which most people had in the new world. But this episode of dessert impossible had a very happy ending. Clever baker's opted for stewed cherries instead of suet, and when topped with biscuit dough, the substitutions were quite delicious on national cherry cobbler day, celebrate the ingenious results of making do with what you have on hand. You can't have your pudding if you haven't had your meat. Listen, I don't want to put it. That's something that my dad used to feed birds. That's why I thought too. I don't want to live in a place where we're thinking we want the fat over the sweet cherries. All right, that's why we live in America, John. That's right. My manager. I'm Marlo Anderson. Thanks for joining us as we celebrate every day. Pass the sewage, please.

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"idaho" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"idaho" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Idaho Iowa or South Dakota I'm gonna be so mad when my mood elevators wear off It's the Stephanie Miller show Don't even think about turning the dial the Tom Hartman program is coming up next at 11 right here on T 8 20 Chicago's progressive talk Oh my God I'm so excited It's doctor Marty You called me mama a second ago Yeah No yo mama It's a phrase from Brooklyn Well because you're technically my doggy daddy you know what I'm saying You're my dog's you know dad technically Listen I did a health reset for COVID and because I think of my dogs as my kids I worry about their immunity Talk about why it's so good for them It mimics how they eat in the wild Exactly You know we have to watch out between the foods that have been out there commercially for so long that it considered premium or so many of them are based on cereal and meat byproducts and even though they may be considered premium they are not biologically appropriate and you hit it on the head It's what nature intended them to eat Meet with some vegetation Yeah Well if you've listened to my show Doc you know that I love to talk about poop So this is why I'm so excited for me But no I have a ten month old rescue great Pyrenees And he always tended to lose stool And I started using doctor Marty's food not that long ago And I was like I thought it was my imagination I'm like oh my God he has firm poops finally But that is another reason why they are intended to eat this kind of diet right This kind of raw meat There's a 190 million registered dogs of cats in the United States And the incidence of chronic disease and especially cancer has gone skyrocketed My mission is to reach.

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"idaho" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Idaho they're telling people be really careful. Please don't try to get in the accident because we can't handle any more patients in the ER or ICU. NBC's Alex Stone delves into what's happening there. And last week Kitty it was a big deal when Idaho's Republican governor came out and said, it is really bad that that Idaho's vaccination rate is too low among the lowest in the country. That cases are reaching a point of crisis in the state, and that that hospitals couldn't take it anymore. And he had just gone into an ICU or more Idahoans the ICU with covid 19 than ever before. The vast majority of them are unvaccinated Governor Brad Little. They're saying that the state was on the verge of doing something. It had never been done before. Activating crisis care. And today we are at that point, meaning that care for hospital patients will be allowed to be below what you or I would expect when you go into a hospital that yet in some cases way below. Idaho has never done this before. They are at a point that That they're reaching into history and activating crisis care something that a lot of doctors are saying they thought they would never have to do when they put the plans into place. We've reached a point in the pandemic. We have not been before. Now there are many points to crisis care. But the big headline being that I C u beds will go to the most likely to survive instead of the most severely ill Now, if hospital is limited that Doctors are going to have to say all right, this person needs immediate care. But we're not going to be able to save them most likely, So we're going to go with this other person who may not need it as badly but they're likely to survive and that they're going to need this care as well. It also means a conference rooms and classrooms are being used and allowed to be used as hospital rooms means if they have life saving equipment, just like the I C u beds that they can say all right, well, we don't have enough of it. So we're going to give it to the the person who is more likely to survive. And even still, the hospital systems are telling us they're having a hard time keeping.

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"idaho" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Infections in Idaho have skyrocketed, while the state's vaccination rate is among the lowest in the nation. More lights are coming back on in Louisiana, nine days after Hurricane Ida By late today, Cruz had restored power to some 700,000 customers out of 1.1 million who lost it? Meanwhile, President Biden surveyed storm damage in New York and New Jersey. We'll take a closer look after the news summary in Texas a Republican bill to overhaul state elections is now law despite protests that it will suppress minority turnout. GOP Governor Greg Abbott signed the measure today banning all night and drive through voting and limiting mail in balloting. He dismissed lawsuits already being filed. Would be astonished if a law like this was not challenged in court. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the Livia litigation phase, it will be upheld in a court of law because exactly what we've said. Abbott also defended a new law that bans most abortions. After six weeks of pregnancy. It took effect last week. The Supreme Court of Mexico ruled today that imposing criminal punishment for abortions is unconstitutional. The decision directly affects Coahuila state along the Texas border, but it also sets a precedent. 28 Mexican states now penalize abortion, while four allow it. In most circumstances, the plight of Syrian refugees is raising new alarms. Amnesty International report that Syrians who have returned home have been jailed, tortured and even killed by security forces. Group criticizes nations that claim it is safe for the refugees to go home and then pressured them to leave. Mass demonstrations unfolded today across Brazil in support of embattled President Yeah. Tear Bolsonaro in Brasilia, the capital debt, tens of thousands turned out with flags and banners. As Bolsonaro helicoptered in. He blasted judges for jailing some of his key supporters on charges of supporting violence, milk.

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"idaho" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

"Help the corona virus. Fill up those icu bets. That's next today. The united states reported two hundred twelve thousand nine hundred twenty four new cases of chroma virus five percent average increase in the last two weeks and today the united states reported one thousand nine hundred sixteen deaths from corner virus and eight percent average increase in the last two weeks. State of idaho. There are only four. Icu beds available tonight. Out of nearly four hundred yesterday. Republican governor of idaho brad little activated the guard to help hospitals with the kovin. Search my pillow idahoans yesterday evening. I toured nearly full. Icu and boise. What i saw was heartbreaking among the covert positive patients. All of them were unvaccinated. I wish everyone could have seen what i saw in the icu last night please choose to receive the vaccine now to support your fellow idahoans. Who need you. Idaho has vaccinated only thirty nine point three percent of the population in the last month. New cova cases in idaho increased by one hundred sixty four percent and covert hospitalizations increased by one hundred sixty six percent yesterday. Thirty two deaths from cova. Nineteen were reported in idaho the highest innate months joining us now is the minority leader of the idaho state house democratic state representative atlanta rebel. Thank you very much for joining us tonight. What has republican legislature. They're done to help the fight against coburn nineteen when not to help the fight against nineteen but as you noted in your intro. We are at the worst point of devices. We'd been out since code hit america. We have the highest playstation highest ice you occupancy rate there were basically no we're on the brink of implementing prices standards of care full-on rationing of health care and of the death panels that sarah palin britain were coming one day. They're here tonight out But what we're seeing. Our legislature do are gop dominated legislature. Wants us to come in for an emergency session. Not figured out how we can get resources to address the pandemic to pass a law banning our healthcare providers from requiring vaccines for the personnel. Right now we have various private employers prostate East doctors nurses and other vaccinated legislatures talking about coming back in to ban. Those axiom. requirements So to me the little stunning that we're looking at these numbers are including from this at the our top priority should be to remove vaccine incentives. What should idaho be doing now. Will certainly you know i'm. I'm grateful that our healthcare providers are taking the help of their patients seriously and ultimately. I think it's perogatives makes decisions. They make all kinds of decisions. They might require people to wear masks gloves. It's been a long standing practice with them to require Have other vaccines. So at the very least. I think we need to let healthcare experts to their business And we need to let communities do their business. There was also really push during session. I think we're gonna see again to ban to ban local governments from taking precautions and know our our governor elected never to do do a statewide mask mandate But i would like to see. Local governments have the freedom to do what they think is necessary for their communities. And there's really an potato the legislature to crack down on Anybody at any level of government that wants to take precautions. what happens if and possibly win all those. Icu beds are full. It's terrifying. I mean we're already seeing Right now they've put a freeze on all what they foot election procedures But those aren't necessarily very elective if you have chancer and you needed tumor removed. You can't have that procedure right now because those all been put on freeze to make room throughout the cove occasions. If it gets. I think it is very likely we're going to hit this as i said. We're gonna hit crisis standards of care put in standards where they're going to look at how old you are. And how many years of life. They think you have left and they're going to decide whether you care based on whether you meet those criteria to triage criteria. They have switzerland. They let you in for any care at all. So it's not just hitting the unvaccinated is gonna hit. People were in car. Crashes have strokes and heart attacks and other health problems on hosted represent of alana rebel. Thank you very much for joining us. Tonight thank you. We'll be right back with tonight's last word today. The white house announced that president biden world travel on friday louisiana where he will.

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"idaho" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

Plastic Surgeon

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Plastic Surgeon

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"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"Your market is shifting towards a balanced market or at least a less competitive one make sense. It does now three hundred. Not that many really. That's most people want gonna notice it but it. I remember when julie and i were coaching agents and it was around two thousand late really early two thousand and seven but really late two thousand six we head coaching clients in virtually every major market in the country. And i remember italy i We were comparing what our coaching clients experiences. Where specifically in san diego. Las vegas and certain parts in southern florida and what we're looking for and again we would coaching clients experiencing. What are they saying. Days in the market all these types of things. So we're on the front lines asking agents even way before like redskins using passed information right all these articles that are is be sharing content from you. They're all they're all looking in the past and they're throwing out guesses as to what the future is going to be because of the position that we were in because we coach agents we coach all you guys and we're on the front lines and the coaching industry. We're able to know what's going to happen based on what you're actually experiences are. Now what's happened. So why am i think around stuff right. what's so. Why am i telling this because what we saw back then in late two thousand six as we saw inventory build way more than this but we say so inventory build and then we saw it sell off and it went through that cycle maybe three times to the point where built and it didn't sell off and that's when i remember the new century or something that's when the first major subprime mortgage company failed that was in southern california so again hot market crazy market. Everyone and their brother is gonna buy ten houses. The was insane back then. Not like that now. If you've always wanted to try meditation but think to yourself. When would i have time. You should check out head space head. Space is your daily dose of mindfulness in.

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"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"This is just a real way for us to have an adventure obviously Celebrate what appears to be the end of real cova vid the pandemic stills lingers in some markets. I understand by the lead i tell you in. La they're masking again. Good thing. I have some in the car. Yeah exactly so yeah. That's what this is. All about and man is wonderful. I have to say it's wonderful to be back in the united states after being in puerto rico for basically two years straight puerto rico. But you know it was a isolated island there for a while. We'll how you can read science here. You don't have to okay you know. Put your spanish translator backwards. Translating bright you can talk to people without having to figure out how much okay. That's the end of their english. That's in spanish outcomes. The google app. I'm still in the back of my head thinking. How do i say that in spanish kind of deprogramming that for the next week or so so one of the things that we've been following is what's happening in obviously the real estate market's that's our primary concern here of course juliette. I can't stop doing here in boise. We're looking at realtor dot com. We try to avoid zillow but we are looking at realtor dot com and seeing what was for sale and again. There's and we talk to john awebber. Yesterday she's part of xp group She's a fantastic agency cells. I think she said eighty houses a year. Wonderful wonderful galleys. Here in the boise idaho area. Make sure you reach out to her and we talked yesterday her expanding her real estate team because she has too many leads. so definitely. If you're in the boise area. Reach out to john awebber. But we're talking with the market here on the market here. Even in boise which let's say. How do you describe boise. I think it's a heck. I don't know it does kind of remind us of like a mid western town out west sort of a normal Surrounded by mountains. It's like where were you. I grew up honestly mice. The mountains cornfields drive. But i mean this fall river. The old joke is if the world comes to an end you wanna be in a place like calm. Soho from or boise. Because then you still have another two or three years. That's that far behind. But i mean the truth. This is really it's nice. It is nice. It's cozy people are very friendly totally very outdoorsy. People are out doing stuff along the river. I didn't know that you could surf in a river. For example you can picture that by the way Not yet when i'm going to zoe couldn't believe it either so my first thought was okay so i get. I'm not a surfer. Obviously we're from ohio. But you know. I get surfing in the ocean. Wipe out you'd have hopefully a fairly good landing. I was thinking you surf in river and you wipe out. Aren't you nagging your head into some rocks. I honestly looked at those gentlemen trying to surf in that river. And i just sorta felt sorry for him. Yeah well at least. You're wearing helmets. So i'm still putting all that together from a guy's perspective. I'm telling you right now. The whole the whole game. There was to look cool. Look like a surfer girls. That's what that whole foods whole under a bridge and there's a little bit of whitewater and they're acting like they're surfing for about six inches. That was the whole scene. Yeah people told us about. Did you see the surfers on the river every servers. We're from puerto rico people. Let's see was nothing. We've seen people kite surf. We appreciate the effort because you know they are kind of far away from notion. Yeah for sure. I mean like i said. This reminds me of columbus ohio..

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"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real Estate Coaching Radio

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Real Estate Coaching Radio

"To one. And we're back in juliette is a today is july the nineteenth. Yes and we are in boise idaho. Yes for along the river meeting with lots of great friends and colleagues and coaching clients. It's been fantastic diseases and the the are will harass you. Well not even little if you call over six thousand miles. Probably in twenty states hardly little. That's what we're going to end up doing. And it's picking up momentum every state we go to there's more and more people reaching out wanting to meet with us and it's fantastic and for those of you are interested in doing so. We do have a map of where we're going to be and we're going to post it on instagram today. And if you guys want to message and communicate with us you can always text me at five one. Two seven five eight zero two zero six but the best way really is just messages through instagram. Because that's where we're going to be posting pictures and travel updates and all that good stuff. And that's tim and julie harris on instagram. So hashtag tim. And julie harris you'll find us easily and yes so that drive from from where we were to hear word we drive. Gardiner montana. Yeah is the kind of the south west corner right. Outside of yellowstone the original entrance to yellowstone. Which is kind of charming over. Here to boise. And we stopped at. Idaho falls along the way right and it was unbelievable. How many wild wild animals. I don't even know what you want to call them. The elks and the bears. And all these types of things that you see in yellowstone when you get off the beaten path and they're just pretty much right there. And i have to say the things that always amused me when i was. It was gardner. Right where they had to post signs telling people like to stay within a certain distance from these wild animals. When i put some of these pictures on instagram. I just found that unbelievably funny in a way. Because where in the world do you have to be coming from or a like told not to pet some like twenty foot tall thousand pound elma antlers. Exactly bigger than you do. I really need a sign telling me not to pet the damn thing. I know but we did. It was unbelievable. We were driving through town and there was this heard of elk that were just everywhere and i saw the distance. I think i mentioned this on our last show. I saw on the distances massive elk and we thought for sure will to be just a statute that whatever the bank or whatever putting her front lawn and it wasn't it was a male elk and it was just enormous and just all these tourists were maybe within six feet from the thing taking selfies and whatnot in the cop had to tell people to go away but the ultimate we didn't care he was used to look around he was an elk. Influence are probably. He liked it. But this is something. I have been asked to talk about our experiences. That are a little bit. I think surprising. And i'll tell you. Some experiences were having their surprising. Specifically hotels are extremely hard to find. Inflation is real. Things are super expensive at just what you hear about on the news and what you read about intellectualize about on the podcast like jillian idea to experience it. In real time is really quite astounding. And i'm going to mention this. You know over and over again because it's really important. You guys are paying attention to that. That for example hotels julie's booking your hotels usually two or three days in advance sometimes just a couple of days in advance. And even luke where we're going next after boise kennewick washington kennewick washington where lansing karen kenmore and in kennewick washington. Julia had a hard time finding a hotel room. And even there it was. It was surprising. And then after that..

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"idaho" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Here & Now

"Apac was spotted in this part of the valley. Recently miller's return to set up a wildlife camera and do a howling survey he climbs off trail sit still for over an hour and calls out to the wolves then he waits for a call back nothing today but when he does hear something. That's a good indication. Okay something's going on right here. He's gathering intel so he can direct sheep away from those trouble-spots that's not possible. In the herders he works with deploy air horns in flashing lights. Just making sound flashing lights to scare wolves away since the project started more than a decade ago. The number of sheep killed in the area is down. Only one wolf has been killed yet. The effort is an outlier in idaho. Because ranchers here preferred to use lethal methods and want to lower the wolf population now because of new legislation passed this year. That's easier there are more opportunities for hunting and trapping and private contractors can kill wolves on behalf of the state miller thinks the new rules could have implications for the wolf projects. Work he says moore wolf. Hunting will inevitably break up packs in without a cohesive unit. They might not be able to go after traditional prey instead opting for easier targets livestock. That theory has been supported but also challenged by research. Still the nonlethal work will continue this summer. One rancher who works with the wood river wolf project is cory peavy the sheet manager at flat top ranch in carry. Initially he was skeptical. I wasn't convinced that a few flashing lights and proverbially banging pots and pans was going to make any of difference using nonlethal methods takes time in coordination. Peavy says but it's been working Implement things that change if you move a up. Few move lights around something for them to fixate their curiosity on. It's enough to inspire caution in the wolves and he's trying other things on his own like a pilot study with a researcher who's monitoring if attaching flashing lights to his ships. Ears will deter predators. Making these changes is risky. He says for example the lights could stress sheep out in that could affect their growth. But he's willing to experiment for a larger good. I see the potential benefit as being worth it. So i take that risk. The wolf project reduces some of that risk because it pays for logan miller position and all the gear it gives to the sheep. Herders in nonlethal management recently got a big boost in each of the past two years wildlife services a government agency which often responds to rancher calls by killing wolves has received a one point four million dollar appropriation from the federal budget for nonlethal projects..

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"idaho" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:02 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Here & Now

"From npr and wb. You are don gonyea. I'm peter odell. This is here and now we're getting reaction to the department of justice watchdog report that lays out serious problems with the investigation against former usa gymnastics. Doctor larry nassar the doj inspector. General says f. b. i. Agents failed to respond with urgency to complaints that nassar had sexually abused more than one hundred and fifty athletes over the course of years and it said that senior. Fbi officials in the indianapolis field office lied to the inspector general about its investigation. Sr serving a one hundred and seventy five year prison sentence but now some us senators are calling for potential criminal charges for incompetence at the fbi joining us. Now is rachel den hollander. She's a former gymnast. And one of nassar's victims ritual. Thank you very much for speaking with us today. Thanks so much for having me on in looking back at your own experience with law enforcement in this case against leeriness or does this report surprise you at all. I wish i could say that. It does. But it really doesn't the reason. I chose to come forward so publicly. As a whistle blower was. Because i was confident that they're in fact had likely been botched investigations and likely outright corruption with law enforcement. As much as. I wish i could say this is a surprise. It's not. this is what survivors face all the time. We just finally got spotlight on this case it. Tell me if you could your own experience. Did you get the sense when you were speaking with investigators that they were taking you seriously so i was incredibly blessed to have a phenomenal investigator and msu pd andrea mumford and also a phenomenal prosecutor. In angie ida's but i out every survivor that i work with nasser survivors and otherwise. It's incredibly rare to be able to say that. And i think that's something. We have to grapple with culturally. Is that this report. What it what. It unveils here is not an anomaly. It really is the norm out of every two hundred. Thirty rapes reported to the police. Only about six results in criminal charges only about five resulting conviction and jail time and our conviction rates for non rape sexual assaults are even worse and what we see in his. Fbi report is just some of why we happens. Dynamics and why survivors don't feel safe to speak up. One of the things that the report said was that larry nassar continued working with young women and girls for a year after authorities were aware of the allegations against him and that more than seventy athletes. In that time were abused. How does that news hit you. It's horrifying it's evil. It's disgusting and it actually downplays the reality of what took place. It was actually closer to eighteen months before i came forward. What we need to be asking now is what we're not seeing. Why do you think through such an apparent lack of urgency at the fbi again. This is not unique. This is a story every survivor faces. We have a a situation in this country. Where law enforcement is often very poorly trained to even understand evidence and trauma what we have to realize is that it took six years and hundreds of victims and intense public pressure to be able to shine a light on the failure of law enforcement every single. Fbi officer who did not bother to launch a proper investigation who did not accurately report who colluded with usa. Gee all of those bad actors have moved on and there are no consequences while the survivors are left to pick up the pieces if we have seen this much in one case in one report after six years of pushing for answers. What's happening everywhere else that we're not seeing two survivors. Don't have that kind of help and support. And you're referring there to the special agent in charge of the indianapolis field office is j. abbott. The inspector general's report said that he made false statements to investigators and that he was seeking a job with the us olympic committee. During all of this so what does accountability at the fbi for these mistakes. Look like for you. What do you want it. Looks like punitive action. It looks like a recognition of the credible failure in a system that goes above and beyond the statement. That's been released that essentially as bad things happen. We don't want this to happen. This this report lays bare the failures and that essentially says but those failures don't matter enough to have this hard conversations to put real consequences in place. Rachel you mentioned those little girls the victims. Of course you're as well. And i wonder if the acknowledgement that there were serious errors in this investigation will help you and those other girls. Somehow he'll or does it. Just open up the wound even further. I am grateful for the recognition that we did get. I'm grateful for the doj's investigation if we're going to change what's happening in our culture of rape and abuse. That goes straight to the top of law enforcement. We have to start having serious discussions about how we have accountability and consequences for bad actors in law enforcement because they have all the power authority and none of the accountability. Rachel denhellender is a former gymnast and a whistle blower. That helped bring these sexual abuse by larry nassar to light. Rachel thank you so much. Thank you some extra. Money is on the way for parents with young children. Starting today parents. Who qualify will receive monthly payments of up to three hundred dollars per child. That's because of childcare. Tax credit that was expanded during the pandemic president biden says it will lead to a historic cut. In the child poverty rate joining us is dr lucy. Marsal a pediatrician at the boston. Medical center who co-founded the street cred tax help program. Welcome thank you so much for having me you work with people in need every day What are you hearing from them about..

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"idaho" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:21 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on KOMO

"Idaho to Everett, not far into the trip ban. It just came out of nowhere. Just white yelled, and then the car hit. The Oswald's car was hit by another, and somehow the impact had allowed. What likely was a very spooked dog to run from the car. The families, two year old border collie mix was gone. Needless to say, the Oswald's returned home. Without their tilling. Every night on, I'd come home and go. We're never seeing them again. We're just never seeing, you know he's long gone. They took to social media and put up flyers near the crash scene. And the effort got the attention of a local news outlet, which started posting about the accident and the lost dog and as the Oswald's and the rest of the world, we're about to find out. It's pretty amazing the impact of some of these social media streams, my grandma, She actually lives in Southern California. And she found the post that she sent that to me. And I told her Yeah, well trial for him. Travis Potter has a farm not far from the intersection where the Oswald had crashed days before where Tilly had run from, Um, I was just doing some chores around the farm. My brother calls me He's like, Honey, there's this dog over here in the sheep shoe. The sheep shoot. Zain Potter tells K H. Q. The sheep were getting scared like Running out here. Hard dogs are like freaking out. Then they spotted a young what appeared to be a border collie mix. And then came the realization. This dog must have been raised around sheep. After all, it seemed natural as it began to herd the flock. The potter boys went back to social media writing. You're not going to believe this, but we think that dog missing from the car accident is actually out in our field, herding the sheep. His human assures us that Tilly, who yes, was named after the former Gonzaga star Killian, Tilly. Is pretty handy with the ball just like his namesake. But Kelly has never been around sheep that either makes Tilea natural herder. Or, to be honest, the characteristics of Tilly's breed finally came out of his doggie DNA. Either way, Mike and Linda Oswald are pretty amazed by the good side of social media. You just don't realize how many people are out there and how many people You know, are looking at it. And we wouldn't having if it wasn't for social media like it and to a nightmare and perhaps the beginning of a new hobby to help keep Tilly busy. Brian Calvert colonias. What a happy ending. Happy.

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"idaho" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained

All Things - Unexplained

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on All Things - Unexplained

"Some much honesty that people just trust him. That's just the way he is. And hopefully they've. I've gained that from him but he It was when i was about four years old. He was called out to help on this call where this big foot was trained to shake a a mobile home office foundation and at the time a lot of the indians didn't have we're talking not even telephones you know and and most of them still cooked over a fire and and you know talking almost third world country but anyway. This big foot was trying to shake the house of the foundation and the people waited until the circled the house and run around the back and they ran out and jumped in the car and went down to the police station and the police send out two cars with policemen but by the time they got there the the big foot was gone but he had completely dismantled the pump house behind house so they found these great big footprints in the mud and they followed him down the canal towards where we lived and they ran into this big foot that was named behind a bush but it was head and shoulders above yellen at then but the indians disbelieve. If they're not actively hurting anything just back off and leave them alone so they did they just bhakta and after a little bit that bigfoot wondered off and and left the that area and i said so what happened to the family. actually actually heard.

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"idaho" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"idaho" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"So pretty pretty good sized Search and rescue operation going on and in addition tabby missing. His dog was missing to at this time. So there was mentioned that they were doing aerial thermal imaging but according to one of the searchers. The thermal imaging is difficult at best and can be greatly hampered by tree covered deep valleys gorges and canyons. So and i could see that like the heat signatures not being able to get through the canopy if it's have heavily heavy brushing yes so we always talk about you. Know the thermal imaging that a lot of aerial helicopters us in this is an instance where effective. It's probably more effective. In places. I would say like Joshua tree national park some something more flat open So okay moving. On october seventh so the search is still going on. He was reported missing on the twenty eighth. We're now on october seventh. The search continues the idaho. County sheriff's team has continued his search by ground for the past four days. Canine teams from the high country. Search search dogs began arriving and multiple teams were deployed throughout that location. The next few days after this so they actually were getting dog teams from several different states. So they got teams from montana. Wyoming washington in utah so pretty pretty cool to see that kind of coordination effort. You know it's what a week or two after. He went missing so fast forward to october fifteenth. Now and actually some good news happens. Todd's dog ruby. A black labrador. Retriever was found on the eastern slopes of seven devils mountain range according to a local news report from the time. So that is. That's pretty remarkable. The that is dog was found They said he. The dog was dehydrated but otherwise in good conditions so it. It's a searchers at the time said. They were puzzled by the location where the dog was found sense. Todd was last seen on the western side of the canyon and the dog was on the eastern side. And there's no way from what i research that you can get across the river in that area so I mean the dog somehow got over there. But it's just it stuck out to me when i was doing the research that the searchers were made a note to say that this was a puzzling discovery. One thing the searchers tried to do was they tried to get ruby to lead them back to todd but they had no success doing that so pretty smart idea to try. Yeah yeah you always hear stories of the dog trying to help out. But maybe the dog didn't didn't like or was like to disoriented or yeah. I mean i. I know from experience when i've gone Bird hunting in the past. The dog always knows the path back to the truck So was the dog moved by somebody. You know who knows. We'll get into theories on that so fast forward now to october nineteenth. This was the final day of the search for todd you know. They've searched for the better part of a month. And i think they were planning to end the search a little earlier but then they found his dog and got hopeful that it might lead to finding todd from comments that i read from people that lived in the area or work there. They speculated that the chance of todd surviving that long in the the devils canyon area was pretty slim at that point but You know like i said. His family remained hopeful at this time as an experienced outdoorsman that he would somehow find a way to survive and from what i read his wife did make some visits to the area to continue the search which is pretty communist families after the the official search engine ends families will continue to hit. The park can walk the trails and try to do whatever they can Sure i feel feel so helpless. Almost like in like almost like he's got to do something even if it's kinda perilous like it's just better than not doing anything at all so That was really the last bit of information we had for over a decade on this case in then there was a huge break in the case on april twenty. Sixth of twenty twenty so the idaho. County sheriff's office and the idaho. County were notified by hunter. Who found what he believed to be. The remains of a special above bernard creek so the hunter located other items in the area including pack containing camping equipment in a digital camera. So this Hunter reported this information and the law enforcement officials sent out eight personnel from the sheriff's office and they were taken by jet boats who the mouth of the bernard creek by kilgore adventures. They've then hiked approximately one mile in where they located at portion of human skull and other skeletal remains they also found hunting gear and a pack that hof landers wife positively identified as belonging to her husband officers. Were also able to recover photographs often. St card located in the pack which belonged to hof lander. The thirty said that everything found at the scene indicated that the remains were todd. So do they talk about what was on the cards cargo. They just said they were photographs. That belonged to hof lander in the in the official press. Release at there wasn't any other information On the pictures on the camera So now fast forward to actually just very recently january late january of twenty twenty one. The human remains found were actually officially identified as todd hof lander by the fbi and they used dna dna analysis. So you know very recently that he actually was identified as todd so that that's kind of where the timeline stops joe. And i i wrote down some of my my thoughts and questions about this case and then i also have some comments from some locals in the area to that we can kind of go through but so couple of my questions i have and you can. You can let me know. If i'm i mean idiot or or what but you know if he was this experienced i. My first thought right away was why. Why was he wearing jeans while hiking a rugged alpine area if those genes got wet or he fell into a any kind of moisture gets on them. They're going.

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"idaho" Discussed on Locations Unknown

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"idaho" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Hells canyon or walla whitman. National forest is located in his roughly six hundred fifteen thousand acres. It was established in nineteen seventy five by president gerald ford and sees just over half a million visitors per year that was of data as of two thousand and three. Yeah didn't really have a very good data on this area and it's part of the much larger national forest which is a couple of million square acres so it looks like a pretty cool area. I almost hate doing these because we see so many cool spots know about and then we see them and i just get mad that we can't go. Yeah just a little backstory the earliest residents of hills. Cannon was the nas- pierce tribe is this Close in as pierce wilderness. Where we've had one or two cases that we've actually covered that area I wanna say yes. But i know if we're wrong we will. We'll find out. I'm like ninety percent. Sure i i think it's one episode. Nez perce nez snus per person than maybe. The other one is pierce. I just remember the one where it was their film and tv show and there was a guy who is like a key grip. Yup that like just kinda just ran off and was in this area so okay we can move on from that hells canyon. Archeological district is a twelve thousand acre historic district that is listed in the us national register of historic places. There are many sites with pictographs in the largest of which are buffalo. Eddie with more than five hundred pictographs and pittsburgh's landing where nearly thirty boulders covered with them in eighteen o six three members of the lewis and clark expedition team entered the canyon region along the salmon river but turned back without going deeper into the canyon. Hells canyon is the deepest river gorge in north america at seven thousand nine hundred feet. Healthcare need is actually deeper than the grand canyon. So is it just small in size in just really aggressively deep. yes so obviously. The grand canyon is vast vast. But yeah hell's canyon is just. It's deeper so it's yeah. It's not as fast as if you saw the grand canyon. Oh in georgia. Just an update. I while you were talking just now. I looked up. How close hells canyon is to. It's called the nez. Pierce nez perce national forest. It's about i wanna say. Two hundred and seventy miles to like not related but the tribe was probably ear like encompass that area so they just named a lot of stuff after the tribe. The okay so heaven's gate lookout is high above hells canyon. Day is a place where you can see the state of washington. Montana and oregon. So that's pretty neat. See three different states from from the at height and just a fun fact. Did you know mike in idaho. It is illegal for a person to fish while riding the back of a camel. I i didn't know that joe. That's really strange. Loss campbell's aren't You know natural to idaho. But that's the bob's law. It's there's some guy named bob did something with the campbell and fishing. What we're just going to make this illegal so it doesn't happen again app. So the climate in the area coldest months as you can imagine her december and january with lows in the teens while the hottest months are july and august with temps in the low seventies. So it's a pretty temperate climate. Hey erik. Snowfall in the coldest months are about a foot of snow while rainfall in the summer between one and two inches a month. So you know looking at the climate you can definitely tell that it's it's kind of a drier area. Okay yeah yeah. I mean you know you know this experience some of the mountainous regions in colorado. Get a ton of you know in the winter and rain in the summer so it probably has something to do with being on the east side of the the mountains. I can't remember the range now. Yeah i know we mentioned rain shadow and we screwed something up and somebody got mad at us. I don't wanna talk about it. Because i'm not a climatologist or a weather person but i understand that the mountains do something with the atmosphere to which. Sometimes it doesn't rain as much there you go. I think that that's the way i'm gonna put it works for me. So other weather considerations You can get the flash floods frostbite in the winter. which is also hypothermia from being wet to be winter. Either i should. I should change that to say you can get hypothermia at night. If you're wet don't have the proper. Drying or heating lightning can always been issuing their top amount and When they do you get snow There are avalanche potentials. Yep so the terrain is steep and rugged with allegations going from about eight thousand feet to fifteen hundred feet above sea level Some peaks in the national force are near ten thousand feet. So you're not gonna have anything over ten thousand. It's not too high. You still get a little bit of that. Potential altitude sickness but not nearly as bad as if you're up in the fourteen Some of the animals in the area rocky mountain elk rocky mountain bighorn sheep mountain goats whitetail deer meal deer. There are timber. Wolves black bears cougars. Bobcats rattlesnakes wolverines and different types of falcons and eagles. So i'd say if any animal is going to be an issue you're you're in that the cats and the bears In the timber wolf area. And i'd say rattlesnakes to our would be an issue. Yeah actually reading some comments from locals on a forum where. I was doing some research on this case. They actually said rattlesnakes or some of the biggest concerns in this area so Is there like a big population rattlesnakes. More so than normal. They said they they've encountered lottery rattlesnakes in this wilderness area. So if you go hiking in this national forest or the canyon just be on the lookout for rattlesnakes. I'm i'm gonna make a hypothesis about this because we ran into this when we were in. Where were we again. Zion zion and the reason. Why is because it was raining so much and they said when it rains a lot. They'll actually come onto the path because the sun hits the pathan it's warmer. I wonder if you have rally snakes and a much colder climate. It's kinda the same thing. Where like everything so shaded and rugged where the path is actually the best place for like a warm blooded creature to be so they're encountering a more often. There's any snake experts listening. Let us know in the comments That's that's my hypothesis. I'm not saying that that's the reason. So don't yell at me. i'm guessing. Yeah i guess so..

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