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"idaho montana" Discussed on RADCast Outdoors
"See, this is just loaded with good tips on hunting. So if people are still listening, they're like, man, I learned a lot today. I didn't know I could use my trucking poles for a bipod. But I mean, you have them with you. There's lots of great things. I mean, you look at what you have with you and how do you use it? I mean, that's just the basic principle when you're out hunting, just like a great rest is your pack. You know, if you got your pack, throw it on the ground, lay down and make a good shot. Adapt and overcome. That's just what the adventure is about for sure. But I think it's really cool that we did a Speedgoat episode. I also call them Prairie Rockets because I think that's a pretty cool name. There's some non-endearing names out there, we're not going to perpetuate those. Most people can have those names, but Prairie Rocket, Speedgoat, you know, those are cool. And once again, like I said, I was up there at Ten Sleep Brewery, drinking their Speedgoat Golden Ale, which it's my number one beer. Any beer drinkers out there, stop in Ten Sleep and get you one. But yeah, that's where I was at when I found out about this job out here and changed my life, changed my wife and son's life too. Are you going back? To Ten Sleep? No. To Tennessee? To visit, right? To visit. Lisa says no. Yeah. Lisa says no. Well, we're happy to have you in Miami. You should go visit, but I tell people that Tennessee's got my heart, but Wyoming's got my soul. Yeah. I love it out here. It's just fantastic. Another reason you can't leave is Lisa loves my dog, Molly, and so we can't do that. That is true. That would be bad. That is true. Well, John, it's been great having you on, man, and hopefully people will be inspired to go check out Pronghorn. I mean, they are one of the coolest animals on the planet. Yeah. I mean, I tell any non-resident, or any residents in Wyoming, they grew up hunting them just like you, right? Any non-resident listening, start doing a little bit of research, start putting in for preference points. You can get a good area with four or five Pronghorn preference points with a lot of public land. I say start putting in for it, start doing a little bit of research, and you won't have to be worried about coming home empty-handed. You'll be successful on this hunt, and it'll be a good time. It's not stressful. The weather's not terrible, unless you decide to go on opening day when the wind is awful like we did. But we didn't know. It's just inexperience. Well, you can find antelope from Oregon to Dakotas, all the way down to New Mexico, Arizona, all the way up to Montana. Definitely if you're not- There's lots of options. I would say Wyoming has the most by far, and I don't know. There's just something special about this state and hunting them here. That's something special about hunting this state, period. Me and my buddy Chris talked about going to a coos deer in Arizona or something like that. I'm like, man, Chris, we live in the place that everybody that calls themselves a hunter in the world knows Wyoming for hunting, right? They want to hunt here. Right, David? Wouldn't you say that's true? When I had to move down from Alaska, which is probably a close second, we looked at three states and I'll say what they are, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and Wyoming won out, and I'm 100% glad. We've been here right at a decade now, next year, 11 years now.Alaska might still have my heart a little bit, just a little bit. Wyoming's got my soul. It's a unique place, and it's not for everybody. I'll say that. It wouldn't be for everybody, but me and my family really feel at home here. We really do. Wow, and you're a great part of the community, so I'm glad you're here too, and we got to go fishing again at some point. Let's go. I mean, let's go this afternoon. I got a good hint on some brown trout on caddisflies. We'll probably go get them right here at dark. You want to go catch a 20-inch brown before dark? I like catching 20-inch browns anytime. You know that though. I know you do. All right, guys. Well, we'll come back again with another episode of Ragcast Outdoors. If you want to go back, you can listen to John's first episode. It's a little ways back, and we talked about Boyston State Park and a whole bunch of other stuff, but thanks again for listening. Again, we've got listeners all over the country and even outside this country, so thanks for listening. Thanks again for listening to the Ragcast Outdoors podcast. We hope that you've enjoyed the show. If so, please go to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you're listening to this podcast and subscribe, share, and give us a five-star rating, which really helps other people find the show. 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"idaho montana" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Saying they are considering leaving the University Seattle poll Times Suffolk had residents who said they are considering leaving the Emerald City blaming rising housing costs and public safety concerns mainly for that stance renters were more likely than homeowners a to move out consider of the area two -thirds of respondents are not considering leaving Seattle with Wall Street riding three a -day skit and concerns mounting about the interest rate picture the new week will be an interesting one for investors the week will bring fresh data on consumer and wholesale price inflation plus an update on consumer sentiment and the market will soon then start getting second -quarter earnings reports to scrutinize that's your money now I'm Jim chesco Northwest News Radio this is a Northwest News Radio morning rewind with Brian in Calvert and Manda Factor. Is your tap water safe to drink? Well a study out this week says there's a good chance it's not let's go to our Northwest News line ABC's Jim Ryan is with us once again tell us more Jim it's necessarily not something to worry about but it's something to think about at least if you look at the areas around the country to both urban areas and rural areas the EPA says that about half of all the drinking water in the country the the tap water is contaminated with so -called forever chemicals these are chemicals that in many cases they stopped producing years ago but which are called forever chemicals and they still find themselves in the the environment and a lot of times in our bodies something like 12 ,000 kinds of these chemicals they can cause some health issues in the long -term exposure and in large amounts certainly something the to thing think about how the officials say the best thing to do is to put a water filter on your home supply and the one one that includes a reverse osmosis system did they break it down by particular areas is it worse in some places than others? it is the Northeast has it particularly bad because industrialization began there the upper Midwest has has problems with this well because these forever chemicals were a byproduct of industrialization so where there are factories where there's runoff from factories you're going to find these sorts of chemicals the Pacific Northwest request is in pretty good shape Washington State has a few sites that are of concern but Idaho Montana Wyoming Nevada have none I guess that's a little bit a good news for us thanks Jim ABC's Jim Ryan this has been news a morning rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor on Northwest News Radio Northwest News Radio listen more no more a rare piece of American history is for up grabs it's a copy of the Declaration of Independence printed in July of 1776 it's going up for auction in Chicago with a starting bid of a million dollars only six copies of this version of this document still exists news radio traffic from the high -performance homes traffic center 7405 the off -ramp to Northeast 30th it looks like this stall or medical completely emergencies blocking that off -ramp tow is on the scene though so hopefully out of the way shortly but it looks like to you're Southeast backed up 8th Southbound 5 in Seattle still heavy from 85th to 520 and Southbound 5 still struggling a Smoky bit from Point all the way into Everett your next Northwest traffic report at 434 news radio 1000 FM 97 7 forecast from the Northwest crawl space services
"idaho montana" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"At Wimbledon two games to watch out for today American Jessica Pegula goes head -to with -head Ukrainian Lesia Terenka and then tomorrow Christopher Eubanks will be battling it out with Greece's Stefanos We can't wait to watch these matches lama has an ABC News at Wimbledon Your stock charts .com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 77 if you're trying to rein in your spending these days you have plenty of company 86 % of Americans say inflation has impacted their finances according to the annual Charles Schwab modern wealth survey the number is just about 90 % though among Seattleites nearly 60 % of Seattle residents reported spending more on food and groceries than they did at the beginning of 2022 while has said they are spending more on utilities like electricity water and garbage collection another new survey says millennials are apparently the worst offenders when it comes to lying on social media and in the workplace the new poll found more than one in ten Millennials saying they lie at least once a day compared to a mere 2 % of baby boomers the biggest areas of well fabricating things on job resumes and not surprisingly lying on social media to impress others that's your money now I'm Jim chesco Northwest News Radio this is a Northwest News Radio morning rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor is your tap water safe to drink a study out this week says there's there's a good chance it's not let's go to our Northwest News Line ABC's Jim Ryan is with us once again tell us more it's not necessarily something to sit and worry about but it's something to think about at least if you look at the areas around the country both urban areas and rural areas the EPA says that about half of all the water in the country the tap water is contaminated with so -called forever chemicals these are chemicals that in many cases they stopped producing years ago but which are called forever chemicals and they still find themselves in the environment and a lot of times in our bodies something like 12 ,000 kinds of these chemicals they can cause some health issues in the long -term exposure and in large amounts certainly something to think about how the officials say the best thing to do is to put a water filter on your home supply and one that includes a reverse osmosis system did they break it down by particular areas is it worse in some places others than it is the northeast has it particularly bad because industrialization began there the upper west has problems with this well because these forever chemicals were a byproduct of industrialization so where there are factories where there's runoff from factories you're gonna find these sorts of chemicals the Pacific Northwest is in pretty good shape Washington State has a few sites that are of concern but Idaho Montana and Wyoming Nevada have not I guess that's a little bit of good news for us thanks Jim ABC's Jim Ryan this has been Morning a News Rewind with Brian Calvert and Manda Factor on Northwest News Radio I'm Eric Heintz with another Northwest news extra if you can't make it to Major League Baseball's all -star game Tuesday at T -Mobile Park you still can share in the experience with play ballpark at Lumen Field it's filled with exhibits including the Ruth Babe bat that just sold for 1 .8 million dollars Major League Baseball's Jacqueline Segarra -Coto says it's unique because it's the first time they've done this in a football stadium she says planning started in 2019 in that each city is different we're looking at fans we're looking at families we're looking at kids we're looking at you know people who are older that enjoy the game that play the game that don't play the game it's really about what the fan experience is like the memories that you can create here you want to get a little workout in you can do that as well also she says there are opportunities several for kids to hit home runs or run the bases and meet favorite players we get to make lifetime memories we see those kids faces light up when they get to meet someone that they watch on TV and never thought they would get this play ball park is open from 10 a .m. to 8 p .m. this weekend and 10 a .m. to 6 p .m. Tuesday Monday and I'm Eric Heintz and this has been another Northwest News Extra news radio traffic from the high -performance homes traffic center once again no blockers getting in the way but we are looking at some heavy traffic southbound by through Marysville into Everett it looks like westbound highway 2 is still pretty heavy between index and Sultan a and westbound 90 heavy from plea LM to Snoqualmie pass and a lot of that is just weekend traffic coming back into town your next Northwest traffic reported 334 news radio 1000 FM 77 forecast from the
"idaho montana" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"South of Riverside ABC's Michelle Franzen. Emergency Astify calls as after deputies the located crash captured the plane. on The NTSB now in charge of finding out what went wrong. It is the second plane crash in the past week near the regional airport. On July 4th a small plane crashed shortly after takeoff killing one and injuring three others. The attorney and civil rights activist Ben Crump at a rally for family the of a Florida woman who was shot and killed by her white neighbor during an argument last month in front of her children. The neighbors charges include manslaughter. That crack in one of the beams of the rollercoaster at North Carolina's Carowinds amusement park was likely visible for a week up until they closed the ride a week ago says State Labor Department's investigation. Labor Commissioner Josh Dobson. Typically we do them in February. We had four contractors spend 8 to 10 hours out there on site in February and other than a few signage issues which they readily corrected. We didn't see any deficiencies focusing on repairing diplomatic relations between two economic superpowers while trying to protect American business interests. US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen continuing her four day trip to China. ABC's Britt Clennett in Beijing. Her most important meeting was today hammering out a working relationship with her new Chinese counterpart. That's Vice Premier Her He Li Fang in talks which both sides really want to be a kind of stabilizing force and her today with a rare reference to the Chinese spy balloon incident calling it a pity. Marking the 100th day of the war against the Russian invasion, Ukrainian President Zelensky praising his country's soldiers in a video from Black Sea Islands Snake Island, a symbol of Ukraine's resilience. You're listening to ABC News. Have you googled yourself lately? Are there negative posts from an ex -employee or from a former client? an Maybe outdated news article or sensitive personal information about your family. Search engines don't always it get right, but right or wrong, it's your reputation on the line. That's where Reputation Defender by Norton comes in. One of the most trusted names in online reputation repair. Reputation Defender has been fixing people's search results for over 15 years. Their cutting edge approaches help you to wipe away unwanted information in your search results. They also promote the good stuff so that it rises to the you top, put your best foot forward. Your good name is too valuable to leave to the whims of a Google algorithm. Take control with Reputation Defender. You can start by getting your free reputation report card at reputation defender .com or call 800 401 6681 to speak to an expert. That's 800 401 6681. Though health officials say your sense of getting this is small, they say take precautions. Use bug spray. ABC's Dave Packer. threat The of malaria here in the U .S. is growing. Florida health officials have reported two new cases of locally acquired malaria in Sarasota County. Two weeks ago, four other people in Florida and one in Texas were found to have the mosquito borne illness. Now we learn of this big buildup, but nothing about what exactly they were expecting. China has sent 13 aircraft and six vessels around Taiwan as the U .S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen was visiting Beijing. Taiwan said its land -based missile systems were prepared to respond. ABC's Lama Hassan. A solar storm forecast for Thursday is expected to give sky gazers in 17 American states a chance to glimpse the northern lights. The colorful sky show happens when solar wind hits the atmosphere. Some of the states are Alaska, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, meeting ahead of a summit on protecting the Amazon rainforest, Brazil's and Colombia's presidents. This will no longer be just the stuff of comic books, animated cartoons and movies, says ABC's Jim Ryan. Flying cars are a step closer to reality. The FAA has granted a California company permission to test fly its model in a public demonstration. Alla Feronautics hopes to have the car on the market by late 2025 a $300 with ,000 price tag. This is ABC News. Solving mysteries is hard. Streaming them isn't. We need to know what happens. There's someone else pulling the strings here. This month, get in touch with your inner detective and stream the best selection of British mysteries during Mystery Month on BritBox. That is interesting. Watch entire series of fan favorites, including the newest seasons of Luther, Silent Witness, Father Brown, Vera, and more. My lips are sealed. No one does mystery
"idaho montana" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
".7 your information station with Manda Factor and Brian Calvert sponsored by ApolloPlumbing .com. It's 5 46. Frank Lindsay's at the editor's desk. Brian has the day off on this Friday. The US will be harming Ukraine with cluster bombs. The Pentagon is scheduled to announce today that President Biden has approved Ukraine's request for the weapons. The provision will bypass a US law prohibiting the production, use or transfer of cluster munitions, which are banned most by countries in the world. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is defending American industry during her trip to China. China. Yellen spoke in Beijing today and said she's been particularly troubled by punitive actions that have been taken against US firms in recent months, like China's use of expanded subsidies for state owned enterprises and barriers to market access for foreign firms. Is your tap water safe to drink? Well, a study out this week says there's a good chance it's not. Let's go to our Northwest Newsline ABC's Jim Ryan is with us once again. Tell us more, Jim. It's not necessarily something to worry about, but it's something to think about, at least if you look at the areas country, around the both urban areas and rural areas. The EPA says that about half of all the drinking water in the country, the tap water is contaminated with so -called forever chemicals. These are chemicals that in many cases they stopped producing years ago, but which are called forever chemicals and they still find themselves in the environment and a lot of times in our bodies. Something like 12 ,000 kinds of these chemicals, they can cause some health issues in the long -term exposure and in large amounts. Certainly something to think about how the officials say the best thing to do is to put a water filter on your home supply and that one includes a reverse osmosis system. Did they break it down by particular areas? Is it worse in some places than others? It is. The Northeast has it particularly bad because industrialization began there. The upper has Midwest problems with this as well because these forever chemicals were a byproduct of industrialization. So where there are factories, where there's runoff from factories, you're going to find these sorts of chemicals. The Pacific Northwest is in pretty good shape. Washington State has a few sites that are of concern, but Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Nevada have none. I guess that's a little bit of good news for us. Thanks, Jim. The ABC's Jim Jackson. It's now 5 48. Other things were following this morning. A man was shot at an Everett 7 11 this morning. Snohomish The County Sheriff's Office says it happened outside the store along 148th Street southwest. He was apparently trying to stop stop before shop shoplifters. The man was shot in the leg expected to survive. The four suspects took off off in in a car which was later found crashed. One person was arrested, but police are still looking for the other three. the car. The man The who man made who a bomb threat on a plane headed to SeaTac Airport Wednesday claims he did it to avoid being killed by a drug are telling 38 year old Brandon Scott handed a flight attendant a note saying he would detonate a bomb unless the the plane rerouted to another city. The plane was diverted to Spokane where Scott was detained and the bomb squad searched the plane for explosives. Nothing was found on board. Scott told investigators a cartel is targeting him man. He wanted to avoid landing in Seattle and that he hoped to be arrested. He said he didn't of think contacting of law enforcement at the airport to help him instead of faking a bomb threat. He's now charged with with false information and hoaxes. KOMO four's Molly Shen. Federal prosecutors are filing charges against against a Kirkland man found with 20 ,000 fentanyl pills and other drugs in his car in the parking lot of Cleveland Seattle's High School. 42 year old Anthony Vallela is facing possession of a controlled substance with intent to distribute charges. Documents show SPD found him passed out in his car in the parking lot on June 12th. Officers found a gallon size bag of meth in the front seat while searching the vehicle. They found fentanyl pills, fentanyl powder and and $17 ,000 in cash. Police found cocaine, meth and more fentanyl at his home. If convicted, he faces at at least 10 years in prison but could get a life sentence. That's come all fours Mary nom the plane. Private wars continue after reports the plane. The man who was detained and the bomb squad searched the plane. The man The companies are accusing Metta of engaging in systematic, willful and unlawful misappropriation of Twitter's trade secrets and on other intellectual property. The company is also accused of hiring former Twitter workers with access to proprietary to station. the A new Wallet hub survey ranking the best and worst cities for recreation. Topping the list is Las Vegas. the Coming plane. The man who was detained and the bomb squad searched the plane. That's your money now. I'm Frank Miller, Northwest News Radio. video. And the latest jobs report just in this morning says employment rose by 209 ,000 jobs last month. That's less than expected and a big drop from May's 339 ,000 new jobs. The US Bureau of Labor and statistics also reports that the unemployment rate remains steady at 3 .6%. Wall Street futures this morning. Labor reported. Kind of quiet Dow up only about 16 points. S &P unchanged and NASDAQ futures up about 18 It's 551. 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"idaho montana" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Stay connected stay informed good Morning morning to you on this Monday as we get our workweek underway on this June 12th 2023 at 531 we have 56 degrees right now in downtown Seattle I'm Brian Calvert with you Manda off is this morning top of the news Cruz this hour trying to get a house fire under control in the city of Mahomesh and his como force Lee stole tells us one person is still missing it was just too dangerous for them to try and get inside there is a lot of mechanical equipment some furniture outside the house there's no easy access access to get inside so crews are fighting this fire defensively from the outside they're not able able to even get in the home and search for the person who is missing at this point if you know this area we're just across the street from from the Snohomish plant nursery most of the roof is gone yeah it's como como force lee stole we're looking at live pictures now courtesy of como four and that roof has disappeared to the hall looks it like looks the center of the house has collapsed the whole neighborhood is smoky and to add to make matters worse the closest fire hydrant was down the street so they had to actually bring water in closer to the fire put it in these giant tanks and that's how they actually fought the flames defensively no word yet on how that morning fire began a new national fire potential forecast gives our region one of the worst outlooks in the nation we get more on that from its updated fire report on June 1st noting every part of Washington accepting the southeastern tip state of the is at above normal fire potential from July through September that means a greater than the actual likelihood that significant wildfires will occur last week during a US Senate budget hearing Jeff Rupert with the Department of Interior told lawmakers they're in agreement with the outlook for western states portions of Alaska Oregon Washington Nevada Idaho Montana are predicted to have above normal significant wildfire potential over the next four months homeowners wanting some help in preparation can reach to out local conservation districts or the Department of Natural Resources you can schedule for someone to actually come out home to your for free and give you advice Carleen Johnson Northwest News Radio a labor dispute reportedly work Disrupting at the Port of Seattle the Pacific Maritime Association say it started Friday and has slowed work ever since the PMA says longshore and warehouse union members shut down cargo operations in Seattle by refusing to dispatch any longshore workers to container terminals port operations along the West Coast are critical to our national supply chain accounting for 12 % of the nation's gross domestic product Reuters is reporting the union insists the ports are open some 22 ,000 dock workers from West Coast ports have been without a contract since July Amazon is working behind the scenes to reduce the amount of cardboard and plastic it uses to deliver 10 million customer packages every day meantime pressure from environmentalists are increasing or is increasing we get the latest from Northwest News Radio's Corwin Haake environmentalists some of them Amazon shareholders long have taken the company to task for its shipping waste as when an item already in a cardboard box is placed inside another cardboard box or when items are shipped in un -recyclable plastic envelopes or with plastic air pillows Conrad McCarran spoke at the recent Amazon shareholders meeting our company provides only piecemeal disclosure about its use of plastic and has declined to commit to setting a specific plastic reduction goal Amazon says it already has dramatically reduced packaging the company points to a facility in Sumner Washington called the packaging innovation lab the Seattle Times reports about workers 20 run 100 tests a week on reduced or alternative packaging still shareholders like Karen are demanding the company set a goal and meet it if it wants to be an environmental leader it must commit a to significant reduction in its use of plastic Corwin Haake Northwest News Radio get right over to the high -performance homes traffic center and find out Northbound I -5 is going to be a busy commute beginning right around 320th in Federal Way and continuing with you to State Route 516 after that getting into downtown Seattle pretty much worry -free eastbound 512 has been a slow go between the mall and pioneer northbound 167 a little light scattered slowing at a crowd from 15th Street southwest to northwest and then look at a busy drive beginning just south of 180 at the 405 northbound 405 it's going to stay slow from the valley freeway to about northeast 30th still wide open southbound 405 southbound I -5 is looking pretty great as well westbound us2 that's beginning to get busier especially toward west the end of the trestle our next northwest traffic at 544 this report sponsored by Verizon my plan from Verizon puts you in control get
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
Levi & Jennie Lusko Explain How They Found Their Way to Montana
"So let me take you to a moment in your marriage. I think it was fairly early on when you had this crisis of vocation, maybe if I could call it that the vocation of location, your successful pastor, John Kelly. Yeah, Dr. Seuss, I've read a few of those. But then they were stripped away. Too soon. Too soon. But your pastor in California, you're thriving there. You're very successful. And you bump into somebody who says, hey, you might want to think about coming to Montana or Idaho. Montana, yeah. Yeah, we felt like California made sense for us. You know, all our lives, I actually grew up in Colorado, raised in New Mexico, Jenny from California. We ended up in Orange County. And we were just a mile away from the beach, you know, a couple thousand people in the church we were teaching at, it felt like it all roads had led to that moment. Season passes to Disneyland, you know. It's where God wanted you. It felt right, honestly. And at that point, there came this incredible, ridiculous idea. Go to Montana and start a church. Now, we're not ranchers, you know, I don't look like Kevin Costner. You know, I just don't, it doesn't, it didn't make sense to us. And yet we couldn't, you know, when you know God speaking to you and it almost irritates you because you just know he is and you almost wish you could pretend you didn't hear him. We felt like we needed to move to Montana and started church, which didn't make sense.
"idaho montana" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Bond market trading today NASDAQ up ten right now little changed up less than one tenth of 1% The S&P lower little change down one point now Down less than one tenth of 1% The Dow also lower less than one tenth to 1% The Dow down now by 7 points I'm Charlie Palmer That is a Bloomberg business flash Bloomberg opinion informed perspectives and expert data driven commentary on breaking news It is time now for Bloomberg opinion and welcome to steak homeless Justin Fox who has a terrific column ad California lost a million jobs and gained $342 billion It basically Justin takes the country state by state and sees how they did from the pandemic And it's somewhat surprising There was a big difference Yeah I mean I've been watching the jobs numbers pretty closely because they come out every month and they're pretty timely even the state data And that basically shows the coasts having a terrible time in the center of the country doing somewhat better This is the GDP data and personal income which the bureau of economic analysis puts out with a pretty big lag the second quarter numbers for the states came out over the last few weeks and at different times And yet it's like wow California by those measures had a has had a pretty good time of it over the past year and a half I'm looking at some urge everybody to go look at these because you see the maps You can really see if they're beautifully done California did rather well Washington did even better Yeah Washington had the fastest GDP growth California has had the fastest per capita personal income growth The other didn't do so New York didn't do so well on either one So yeah the idea that the new northeast has struggled that shows up by almost every metric Slow GDP growth Somewhat better on personal income and part of that is just because when there's a boom and personal income a lot of it tends to go to people who are already wealthy It doesn't include capital gains but it does include things like interest rent proprietors income And so the wealthy states which are heavily concentrated in the northeast did generally pretty well though Connecticut didn't and I mean at some level this is short term data it may not be all it's not super meaningful in that there's noise And if I looked at another next quarter it might be different but Connecticut did not do well at all by any measure But if you look at California and Washington particularly doing terribly well in New York now again this is the result of the pandemic How much that's tech I mean when you look drill down into where the gains in GDP have come from it's mostly in the West Coast It's the information sector which includes us here at Bloomberg but it's also it's Google It's Facebook It's Microsoft Not quite sure how the BEA splits up what Amazon does but some of it is purely purely information and not just retail And they have fossil fuels didn't do so well Right And that's why Texas does not do very well on the GDP or the personal income and that's simply because it was a tough time for oil which is changing now but that wouldn't have showed up in the data through the second quarter And the most of the states that have had a really terrible time of it on GDP are fossil fuel states like Wyoming Oklahoma Alaska Hawaii's had it worst of all tourism Yeah they got killed on the tourism There's no question about it But the jobs don't necessarily follow the money No and part of the reason is one of the phenomenon in some economists have been delving into this more deeply is what's happened in places like New York and San Francisco is basically almost all the people with good jobs who work there kept those jobs but they stop coming into work And so a lot of people with lower paid jobs who were servicing signing shoes driving cabs working in restaurants working on Broadway those people all lost their jobs And they weren't super high paying jobs so they don't have that as big an impact on GDP And also there was a ton of government response 27% of California's increase in personal income over the pandemic was from unemployment insurance where they've been pretty generous with it in California and we've been pretty generous overall nationally So these two things probably don't fit at all but I wonder if you took a look at the 2020 census and the migration how it would map onto this because certainly we've seen an egress from the northeast for example And an egress from California probably It's a little the 2020 census was supposed to reflect where people were permanently in April And so it probably wouldn't reflect a whole lot of the changes that have happened over the course of the pandemic The BEA in their population estimates for California has the population going down And that's one reason why per capita income went up because they were slightly fewer people although California was filmed near the top even without that But yeah the population shifts are more they're going to the mountain states like Utah Idaho Montana and to a lot of the south We didn't actually talk about Idaho and Utah but they do pretty well across the board here Yeah they're the two states that basically are growing by different on every measure Yeah Pretty extraordinary But one of the questions I had was if you're the governor of New York You're the governor of Connecticut One of these northeast states what do you do about this Or is this just larger factors than you can really do anything about I mean one thing that always pops up that is discussions is New York and Connecticut and New Jersey are among the highest tax states And there was a lot of talk that that was pushing especially with the changes in the 2017 tax law that it kind of punished high tax states that that was pushing even more higher income people out When you look at the actual the jobs data and then the migration data we don't really know yet but past migration data it's mostly not the high income people who've been leaving New York and California It's lower income people who can't afford a place to live And it seems like what's happening during the pandemic is even more of that that a lot of lower people income people just lost their jobs So that's a tough one I mean I think we'll see going forward I think clearly some of it is running your state a little more efficiently than New York does would probably be helpful But yeah there are other things going on Well as you point out getting people back into the office so they can support the food trucks and the shoe shine people like that seems terribly important Thank you.
"idaho montana" Discussed on 790 KABC
"33 39, Dan Manderson for Eric Curly and Gary McNamara. Such a weird segment over the weekend. On CNN. Now you apparently had the lawyer for as they like to label him the Q and on shaman. You know the guy with the horns and he was one of the ones who broke into the capital and his lawyer, a guy by the name of Al Watkins said this about his client. Jacob Chance Lee and his infatuation it would appear. With Donald Trump. She had a founders for Trump that was not unlike the first love a man may have for a girl or a girl for a man or a man for me and my first log. Always always maintains a tender and soft spot in the heart. Of the lover. So, yeah, That's just a little bizarre and again that is the attorney saying that his client Jacob Chancellor had this sort of weird infatuation for Donald Trump. Because, of course what they're trying to do. Is they are trying to absolve his client of any responsibility and blame everything on the former president. So of course, this being CNN. They had Barbara Comstock God, she was the guest. A former congresswoman, and she is yes, a Republican and very much of what sounds to me like an anti Trump. Republicans think we've still got to the bottom of it, because I think a lot of the people who need to be held responsible people like the White House who may very well as information comes out have been involved in this rally and egging on this kind of activity, and that's why I think it's so important that we get these phone records that we get these text records of people there who are engaged in that activity. And in the days before in the days following first people I'd focus on our people like Donald Trump Jr. Donald Trump, Mark Meadows. Yeah, in case you didn't know where the Democrats stand, or some of these anti Trump Republicans stand They want to see this January. 6th Commission do everything that could possibly to do to destroy the Republicans. So what they have now done the Democrats this January 6th commission. They have instructed various telecom companies to preserve a bunch of phone records related to January 6th. They want to go back. All the way to April 1st of 2020. All the way through January 6th through January 31st of 2021. So they want to go nine months beforehand. And so you know, this is going to be a drip drip drip of information, right? That's what they want to do. They're going to have this commission and they just like the Mueller investigation. Every day. There's going to be yet another story about how Donald Trump or Donald Trump Jr or Jim Jordan or any other You know, Trump aligned or affiliated Republican was out there trying to stir up this quote unquote insurrection. And so now, what they want to do is they want to go Calman through the records of everything they think or every person they think is involved and smeared the heck out of that particular Republican lawmaker. And it's all going to happen heading right into the midterm elections. You see, That's what this is all about. They're going after the communications of Jim Jordan and Kevin McCarthy. Looks like Donald Trump. Donald Trump Jr. No doubt and with they're looking for is just about any form of communication from these Republicans. Social media Again phone calls, text messages as well. And so just today, you've got this story out there about Kevin McCarthy. You know the House minority leader and how he is supposedly now threatening These tech companies who might give up that information to the January 6th panel or the committee, the texts and the phone records and such, the Guardian is now reporting. That, McCarthy said. This a Republican majority will not forget it Remarks that seemed to imply some future threat against the tech sector. So one of the things that I would say is, this whole thing is obviously political, and it's been hashed out time and again in media in both the House and the Senate when they tried to impeach President Trump. A second time, Adam Kinzinger. Of course, You all know that he is, um, supposedly Republican on this panel, and he wants to really go after the other Republicans. He was on CNN this weekend. Some of those people that signed that letter are the ones out there talking about things like, you know, blood shatter supportive of that, or, you know, flirting around with white nationalism. And so the question is, what is our party going to be? Are we going to be the party of opportunity and hope for the party of Anger division and truth has no place in it. Well, I would I would have to ask Adam Kinzinger. Okay, So can you name a Republican? That is quote unquote flirting around. With white nationalism. Because that's not what I'm seeing at all. This is exactly what we're going to be treated to in the months ahead. 866 90 red eye It's 866907 33 39. The tropical system that was providing rain showers for Florida and portions of the deep South on Thursday and Friday has moved offshore. We will see some lingering showers in the region, especially along the Gulf Coast. But that's associated with an entirely different system. And generally today most of the U. S is clear. The Midwest Northeast Mid Atlantic and most of the deep south all dry today. The southern central and northern Plains are clear, with the exception of the nation's Heartland, where a small amount of energy is moving through to produce some rain showers for portions of Kansas and Missouri. The desert, Southwest and California dry. But in the Pacific Northwest, a slow moving low pressure system along the Canadian border will provide some showers today for portions of Idaho, Montana and northern Wyoming. The nation's hot spot at 107 is likely to be Phoenix today. Your national forecast from Red Eye Radio I'm meteorologist John Trout..
"idaho montana" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Um, you know, he's got the momentum back. What is the message that Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer will take from this election? If let's just say it's close doesn't have to beat them, but just if it's close Unfortunately there they're not going to think that they should change course. But I do think that moderate Democrats in the House and Senate, including there was one house Democrat from Florida today. Who said I'm going against Pelosi. I can't vote for this 3.5. Trillion dollar thing, because I haven't been able to read the bill. I I think some moderate Democrats will be shaken that I recall was as close as it was in California, if it even if it loses, and they'll have second thoughts, the real issue that the Democratic leadership will say is, we just have to spend more money. Have the media allies crank out the propaganda even more? And we can pull it off even if we have the turkey of all turkeys running the state of governor because Democrats have no respect for Joe Biden, now after Afghanistan Even after this recall, win or lose, they have no respect for Newsome. They know he screwed up and this should never have happened on his watch that he suffered a recall, and I think his presidential ambitions have been torched as a result. Let's talk about the midterms because there's no way the Republicans are going to take back control of the House of Representatives unless they make gains in California. If this thing is close, and by close, I mean single digits, not double digits if it's an eight point win for New December of five point win for nuisance. That means a bunch of congressional districts that are currently controlled by Democrats would have gone for the recall and against Newsome, and that should put every single one of those members on notice. Katie Porter in Orange County will probably be one of them. Julia Brownley out in Ventura County, Another Maybe even up in northern California, Ami Bera and cost A and Garamendi in those districts that are really purple districts. That should make Nancy Pelosi nervous If she looks at the numbers in these individual districts, and I would imagine it's going to make some of these members nervous themselves Well, Larry Saboteur who runs the Crystal ball, which is probably the premier political forecasting, um, outlet in the country. He made an announcement today that the Republicans who strongly favored to win the House. More than a dozen seats. And so the nervousness you cite is absolutely present in democratic circles. I do think that this means we have to watch carefully. As conservatives the work of the redistricting Commission. We know it's not really independent. We know it's skewed. We know they're going to take racial and other considerations into their plans that they shouldn't But, uh, it does. There is a process by which they can be pressured if they can be shamed and E. Even though there's not going to be a gerrymander in California. I think this does put far more pressure on the dependent commission to come up with a redistricting plan. The Democrats will like Talk to me about ballot harvesting. That was certainly a factor in the last election. It certainly helped Democrats, particularly in any district that had a college or university there really run up the score. What do you see happening in a mostly vote by mail, Special election with ballot harvesting. Well, John, let's look at another electorate of about 40 million people equal to California. That's going to be voting this month. Canada is going to be voting on September 20th. Nationwide election in order to vote in Canada. You must show a government ID. Or two forms of ID that have your name and full address on it. California, of course, is the only state that makes it illegal for an election official to ask someone from their ID when they vote. In Canada. If you want to cast a nail in ballot you have to send in digitally or by fax or by photocopy evidence of your identification with your application for a ballot. It is completely different. In California. The ballot security is far greater. Now the Canadians are not known for their intolerance of minorities. They're not known for violating human rights. They're known as sort of Squishy Minnesota style, you know centers to liberals and Canada is certainly the way to the left of California even and it's public policy. Why is it that they do everything so differently in Canada? And in fact, why is it that all 47 European countries demand photo of government identification? When people vote? It's because they recognized the importance of election integrity, while California has done everything it can in the last 10 years. To create a system in which people can mess with it, manipulate the rules and do it behind the scenes where you'll never find out what really happened. There's no enforcement of elections in California. If you recall is really close. It may be possible that it was done through manipulation and ballot harvesting, and we'll never know about it and never be able to prove it. Here's what I don't understand about the argument that they make. I live in a city where I can't go to a neighborhood restaurant and have a scotch on the rocks and a patty melt unless my doctors listening that it's grilled chicken and an iced tea. But anyway, I can't go in and have dinner without having to prove that I took the vaccine and then also show a photo I d. Proving that the name on the vaccine card matches the name on my driver's license if they say it's outrageous to ask for someone to produce a photo ID to vote. Then why in the hell do I have to produce one and medical information to get a patty melt? I mean chicken. Because they Believe in cognitive dissonance, which is one thing is correct because we like it. And another thing is incorrect because we don't like it and it is astonishing. Now they always come up with one difference. They say Well, Voting is a constitutional right and you know it's so essential to our democracy and it's a basic civil right. So is getting married, gay or straight. But if you go down to Los Angeles City Hall and you want to be married, you have to bring proof of identification and has a photo on it in order to get a marriage license, so their entire argument is completely hollow on every score. How do you think Newsom is going to be after the election if he wins? Emboldened. You can already tell you the spring in his step. I think he's going to be leaving more to the left because the public employee unions will have contributed the largest chunk of his recall money. And they will now not only pull the strings, they will make him permanently attached to the strings. And what do you think it means for the other recall movements we have chasing Boudin up in San Francisco. There's a recall movement to knock out that George Soros installed D A. We have a George Soros installed D, a here in Los Angeles County and George Gascon. There's a recall movement to knock him out. We have at least three different members of the City Council who have recall petitions out on them. If the recall against Gavin Newsom fails, Does it take wind out of the sails and those other recalls No, I think voters are discerning enough to figure out that they're different issues. I don't think the public employees are going to come in quite as much as they did to save district attorneys in San Francisco, Los Angeles, because even they don't want to walk around streets that are completely filled with trash and where the crime rate is soaring. So I think those will be fought on those discrete issues. The most interesting recall that you didn't mention is The recall of freeze board members of the San Francisco school Board for keeping schools closed and also changing the admission standards for the elite high schools that funnel people. The University of California that have great talent, I believe That those recalls are going to be fascinating because of San Francisco recalls their school board members for keeping the school is closed. I think that will wake up other school boards all around the state. You know, it's interesting, so many people that I grew up with in California and we're friends with in California who were so frustrated with everything going on here, just finally packed up their stuff and moved And there's about five states and a lot of them move to Arizona and Nevada, Texas, Florida, Idaho, Montana. Those places and they vote in those states, and they're paying close attention to what's going on in California. It will be interesting to see if those voters have an impact on those local elections because their Senate seats in Nevada Senate seats in Arizona elections in all the House seats in.
Evacuations Expanded as Raging Wildfires Scorch West
"Temperatures are expected across the mountain west into Canada, with record highest possible through Monday in parts of Idaho, Montana, Utah and Wyoming. Forecasters at Spec. Daytime highs will be 30 degrees above average and could worsen the wildfires burning in the west. There are currently over 70 wildfires burning across 12 states. I'm
"idaho montana" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Cruz with caution next time on here and now Join us after farm for the story and much more. You get two hours of here And now today on KQED Public radio from 11 to 1 this afternoon, Hey area morning. Low clouds, fog and another day of some drizzle. Look for clouds along the coast Sunny inland. It's now 5 30. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly. Police in Haiti say they're still searching for five suspects in connection with the assassination of the country's president one week ago. Five included former Haitian senator identified as John Joel Joseph, an opponent of the political party of slain President Jovan Elmo is NPR's Jason Beaubien is importer Prince, where he says many questions remain about the deadly attack at the president's private residents. The big question is how did these killers you know whoever they were managed to get into the presidential residents kill him, and somehow none of the security were injured or killed in the incident. More than two dozen former Colombian soldiers are suspected of taking part in the assassination. Nearly all are in custody in Haiti. Cruz in a dozen states are battling large wildfires, mostly in the Western U. S. 60. Plus big fires are burning many in areas where afternoon temperatures in the nineties are expected again today. More than half the large fires are in Idaho, Montana and Arizona. Beverly Howdy show lives in Doyle, California, near western Nevada, where she says a wildfire destroyed her home. I totally lost. And no idea in this world driving it do now. Because I'm not a rich person. Can't just buy another house. This is NPR news from Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Brian Watts in Oakland Bay Area. Health officials continue to urge anyone who's not vaccinated against Covid 19 to get their shot as soon as possible. The Centers for Disease Control has listed the Bay Area. As an area of concern for new covid cases, mostly among people who are unvaccinated doctor. Dolly Doyle is medical director at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. She says the hospital is ready to deal with an uptick in its patient load, but it doesn't have to be this way when we have knowledge and data that says.
Are You Ready for Rolling Blackouts for Fire Weather Season?
"If you're in oregon. Washington california. Idaho montana nevada colorado wyoming arizona. Nevada already said nevada new mexico. Let's go into texas. Oklahoma north south dakota any of you guys and even further east. I'm talking to you. Because i honestly think that we this is going to be the season where we really see. Power companies reducing their liabilities by turning off power. When they're worried about a power line coming down to wind or storm lighting natural vegetation brush or crops on fire. So if you've got a couple forty eight hours of a heat storm. You know where you've got wind coming in it's dry storm and you're in the hundred degree range. Be careful you're probably gonna lose power so then you decide what you're going to do for your house because it could be one hundred degrees outside and tell you what food does not last long and refrigerator when it's one hundred degrees inside your house. It's just not that efficient. So you're gonna lose a lot of stuff. Are you ready with a generator. Are you ready to go someplace. Because we're not just talking one little area. You could have an entire metropolitan area get shut down on power so there's no going to a hotel star localized power outage this would be a large blackout event. So make sure that you have got extra water. Put away the. You've got all these things to make sure that you're ready to go in case of emergency. I think this is going to be one of those years. We're going to see that ramp up and see a lot more of this. They've sure been looking at it. Testing it along You know across the west coast. So i've got a generator that can run for days on end to run my house. It was Strong enough to run my air conditioning and refrigerators not so worried about the about the water heater and the lights. I can survive that in the summertime. Even though it would run that but i i i'd be pushing it by running the water heater and all that stuff with the a c at the same time. But you get my
"idaho montana" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast
"For the billy. Red state tour are now on sale for a number of the venues specifically my first dates. One in boise idaho and the other one in bozeman home saying that right montana the last state in the union that i've never been to and here's the deal. You know a lot of east coast comics like myself. We never travel these states. Unless we're doing some college or some shit but we usually don't come through here so it would be great if you guys gave me so wonderful stories to tell all my fucking hilarious comedian friends about where to go to play how montana you want the sensation that teen idol cessation joe. Fuck into rosa to grace big sky country within god damnit wrangler jeans. Get off the meth. Whatever you gotta fucking do come down to my job. Just buckle with you guys. I'm hoping not. I'm going to sell tickets out there. What it really is. And i'm nervous. That i'm not going to. Which is why. I'm already trying to get you guys into the fact that i'm going to spread rumors that you guys don't like east coast comics. Even though i'm hollywood sell out out here so anyways that's the deal. The billy red state tours come into a state near you make stops in idaho. Montana south dakota obscure places in colorado. I don't have the dates in front of me. Kansas oklahoma and el paso texas is where wraps up. And we'd love to see. I'm working on a bad ass t shirt that i'm going to be selling and selling only on the on the red red state tour and and that's it all right there you go. I'm done plug in the ship. So let's get onto this movie. That i wanted to see until i saw the rating and now it's fucking annoying. The shit outta me is You know the summer season you know. There's actually a wonderful movie coming up called the heat that certain someone might be. And if you watch the The trailer the heat starring sandra bullock and melissa mccarthy if you guys could hook me up and go buy a movie ticket to that one that would be tremendous and be something that i would enjoy. Shit is it any wonder why they don't have me. Do press for anything with a fork bred pit. I'm looking this up right now. Wars e what is the name of this fucking movie world. war z. Are there we go. Now here's a fucking movie. Here's a guy this fucking movie. That i wanted to see brad pitt. World war z. Ended the fucking world right. Does this shit the world as we know it will not exist in. I don't know how many days one of the great fucking lines the kind of line that makes me wanna get off my fucking couch. You know put on. My slippers put on a smoking jacket and go down to the local movie theatre and taking a picture and then in the end of it if they show everybody running for their fucking lives the end of the day of world world war z. What i don't even know what that is is world war one world war two. They said fuck all the numbers right through infinity. Fuck the entire alphabet all the way to the last letter world war z. I'm fucking i'm there. I got to see this shit and then in the end what do they do to me rated. Pg thirteen go fuck yourself all right and that's not a go. Fuck yourself to brad pitt or the director or anybody else that i'm trying not to burn a bridge with a fuck you to the conscience. Our movie in fact. I've heard that it was and they fucking took the knees out of it and they fuck in drag it down and depicts. Thirteen all right. I don't give a fuck who you are if the world is ending and you get chased by zombies. You're not running around going. Oh golly gee oh heck crime. And he's jiminy cricket and once every ten minutes you go oh shit you don't. Let's the end of the world was zombies from the beginning. Once they discover this zombies to the end of that movie where they hopefully solve the problem should be a bunch of people. Wait eight eighty. Five percent of the people go on and then the other fifty percent should be grabbing him by the shoulders. Going for all the itself right. That should be most of the dialogue in that movie. But now now i don't know i just set it that way now. It's pg thirteen. So what are they going to. What's going to happen and they're going to slowly have some metaphor for why we should not stop using fucking plastic water bottles. So they're going to weave that into the story line in the those funny. I actually tweeted. I have to admit that. I hang my head in shame but i did tweet and i do still consider myself man even saying that out loud. Say it again. bill. I tweeted. i said. Zombie movies are rated r. Hashtag world war z. Right most people agreed so. Of course this one count goes. I have to respectfully disagree. Said the success of The walking dead. That's what he said said the success of the walking dead fucking twitter hack insists like that. That's a great idea. I see that business model so me get this straight. I'm going to spend over fucking one hundred hundred fifty million dollars a my money. Make an zombie movie. And i'm gonna make it no more fucking crazier than what people can sit at home on their couch and watch. That's what the fuck you telling me that that right there. That's your business model that makes sense to you. Forget about all the who are going to steal the movie anyways just man. I'll just wait a few weeks. And then i'll watch it on fucking.
"idaho montana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"How could you keep you away. Let's give you a quick introduction. Henry just so people know who you are. What longtime broadcaster here in tampa bay area and you win. Did you get your first radio program. I programme involved in. Was the bud beck show. Which was two thousand three. Who thought he was going to come down and be the liberal rush limbaugh and he picked katherine harris. Says we don't have to go all the way back but anybody remembers the election of two thousand bush. V gore knows who katherine harris is. He decided he was going to launch it from the home of katherine harris and the only thing that he really launched was my chance to take over him in two thousand four did morning drive here several years. I got questions a liberal talker. Thought they were going to launch their show from katherine harris's house republican supporter. I don't get not from her house from her community where her house seat was. I see what you're saying. Yeah but the more you're amazing. The far fetched idea was that they were going to launch it from w are fourteen ninety. Am the thousand watt mega station on the manatee river. But anyway i do that. Took over did morning drive on this station. Fourteen ninety for about five years nineteen ninety-three right eighteen years old. His name is. Randall manages n. g. He's at camp ranch. A ranch a ranch brokeback mountain. Come out on rail. Maybe that well okay ninety. Three's now it was after ninety. Three hundred no if they were inspired or something. I think there's probably been more than one case of play in doctor at camps. I'm trying to decide if this ranches camp or not. I could see an eighteen year old being sent to camp. I mean you know. It's your last year of school or something like that something. Something ranch in idaho montana gets into this somehow but that's where the The event occurred seems strange. That montana encarcerated individual obama. Perhaps it's the montana well he he was seven years in prison and then he was required to register as a sex offender after that in two thousand and three is when the supreme court overturned all the state laws against a homosexual activity and until this week when a federal judge ruled that montana where he is now listed as a sex offender has no reason to require him to do that. Having this is quoting the judge having consensual intimate sexual contact with the person of the same sex does not render you a public safety threat. Idaho didn't have a law against against Sex between eighteen and sixteen year olds. Which i think is probably a bad thing. I mean generally if you if you can have a high school if you can go to jail for a high school senior jail for having sex with a high school junior. You've probably got a bad law. That's what i'm saying. Okay so sorta got the reverse from the way you said that but neglected clarified. Yes i think it's because we're in agreement. I think it's also bad for a law to say High school seniors have sex with high school freshman. I think if you're gonna put them in the same school put them in the same institution with each other. I get it. it's dicey but that's more of an argument. It's public school than anything else or at least the highschool arrangement. I think it's bad to put eighteen year olds..
New Idaho Law Calls For Killing 90% of State's Wolves
"Conservative lockers in. Idaho montana are going after wolves in those states New laws call for killing more than thousand wolves and paying people to shoot them to boise. State public radio's troy oppy. Says the laws passed despite objections from local wildlife managers twenty five years ago. Federal wildlife officials re introduced wolves to idaho. They did well enough that ten years ago the animal came off the endangered species list since then hunters have legally killed hundreds every year. Idaho's current wolf population is about fifteen hundred and that's way too many for state lawmakers. Dorothy moon you know when they are so fearless that they are now walking down the center of a dirt road. That means there's too many of them moon and many others don't like how some of the state's prized herds of elk have become smaller since wolves returned but biologists michael lucid formerly with idaho department of fish and game says big herds of elk don't necessarily indicate healthy ecosystems on points of having lows in the ecosystem is to have a reasonable number of them in Perform their roles as predators keeping elk other prey wild animals and doing things like reducing disease and colon older and weaker members of those hurts. Lucid helped write. Idaho's wolf management plan informed by studies showing positive ecological impacts from returning wolves to yellowstone national park and other locations but lawmakers have a different idea. What a reasonable number of wolves is idaho's new law calls for killing up to ninety percent of them again lawmaker. dorothy moon. who's central idaho. District includes wolves and some of their prime habitat. We've got to get this in check. And i'll do respect fish and game. They need this help. That help means giving wolf hunters the right to do things that are illegal. When pursuing other animals like using night vision goggles killing wolf pups in their dens and chasing wolves with motorized
"idaho montana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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Today was a good show. We'll just have it run tomorrow so get over it. 'cause we need to drive. Now we the show today with gary drive drive drive drive drive drive digordon oklahoma go mid faster. And then we'll do some interviews there. We'll tell you all about it. It's always an internet thing and we have a new fourth system v. It'd be able to get on the internet that we're installing when we're going because i did corbett last night and i haven't had enough bandwidth even be allowed me to upload the video so you get in town you got the five g and boom and it's up. You know you do that you know. Of course you gotta deal five vibe health crap. But it's i. I could see the internet's going to change everything and we're dr. Frank is moving to and other people are doing. And i mean i have the greatest comes star like so things are going to change. The what keeps people in the cities is just you know what your options and now that everything drone delivered and flying car i got internet and solar power that suck it. You know we're off. Which is what we have been planning for for this time in our life forever and it's going to happen because i freaking wilted into existence. You're welcome so when we come back in august we're going to we're going to you know this spending some time it's going to be era zona and we're going to be a lot of good quality. People have moved here. they've relocated. Come and like damn and arizona kicks but and it does. A lot of the other freedom oriented states. Like what south dakota new hampshire. pretty nice. You'll even in the winter. Idaho montana wyoming. I'm gonna have all those airzona got such a wide range of terrain that you can live in the lower desert upper forest in the mid climates and the verde valley. I mean it is awesome place to go as long as we keep it there as part of this culture thing that we keep talking about so. I'm glad to have these conversations. Go ahead and pick up where you left off what you wanna share. But i wanna get into the news of the day and you know the pollution going to invite biden come speak and i get my presidential trump news from dr franken. If i don't get it now. I have to wait another week. 'cause i don't look though ideas anyway. Let's finish up the thing with the with the balkanisation essentially we're talking about. What am i doing. I'm sharing a little bit with you. Guys you know it. It is interesting. I don't know if some of your strange feeling like your boy. This is gonna sound really geeky. But and i don't wanna seem so bigheaded but it's like i feel a little bit like linda. Hamilton from terminator two. Where like you know that the robots are about to take over like you know it's imminent and you're walking around and you know she's the shoes steady frustrated because you said if you have five million sunblock. You're going to have a really bad day and you're sitting there watching people you're spending money on this or that or just go and you're like i said the days of us trying to wake people up. Those days are over. I don't have time anymore. My whole life from educate people. Thanks and of course the people's chagrin or they will feel sorry for all. Thanks into this stuff. I'm sure most of the saudis in the field at eight and now at this point. I'm tired knock on doors on the titanic. You'll have a jacket that's a deal done. I feel i've done that for country but it is. It's still strange strange. Days hawking insurgents good place in. This is what. Bob says. Bob goes you know. I'm past the point. I've tried you. You wanna get your vaccine minivan. 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"idaho montana" Discussed on Catholic Alpha Radical
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"idaho montana" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Germany is known for several awesome things, including beer brats. And, of course, the autobahn. Abundis Autobahn, as it's known in Germany is really just a federal highway system there, but two visitors the allure of the autobahn is the speed limit or lack of one cars come topped 240 kilometers per hour during normal conditions on this famed freeway that's about 150 MPH. And now a California legislator is proposing a bill that could make the state home to what is being called the American Audubon. John Morlock, the Republican state senator from Orange County, introduced state Bill 3 19 in February of 2019 to relieve traffic congestion along Interstate five and state route 99. According to the proposed plan, both roadways would get new lanes, one north bound and one South bound. Drivers in the new lanes would not have to abide by a speed limit. Though the existing 65 MPH limit would remain in effect in the existing lanes. That's about 105 kilometers per hour. The idea also could provide an alternative to California's controversial, long delayed and possibly canceled high speed rail project. The proposal comes on the heels of California Governor Gavin Newsom's announcement that the bullet train as planned is too expensive at an estimated cost of $77 billion and would take too long to build. There are no official cost estimates for the autobahn bill. But in February, Senator Morlock told the Los Angeles Times it could cost about $3 billion. He also said the money would come from the States Cap and trade program, which requires companies to offset pollution by purchasing credits. Plans move forward, the American Audubon would be constructed along major freeways. But the Labaki area, which is about 80, Miles 129, kilometers north of Los Angeles, at the southern point, and Sacramento or Stockton at the northern end. That means theoretically, vehicles traveling north at 100 MPH in the unrestricted lane could make the trip from Sacramento to Lebec in about three hours. Currently that Dr takes over four hours well over depending on traffic. Aside from improving Dr Times for those along that route, the authors of the bill claim it would also help reduce congestion, which would in turn decrease greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles stuck idling. For that reason, the bill specifies that funding should come from California's Greenhouse Gas Reduction fund, which regularly supports transportation and transit projects that reduce pollution. Critics point out, however, that emissions go up at high speeds. So encouraging people to drive faster means there wouldn't be any net reduction in pollution. In fact, Bill Magovern, a spokesperson for the Coalition for Clean Air, told SF Gate that the net reduction in emissions theory is ridiculous. In addition to the pollution concerns, critics are also worried about the risks to drivers. Maureen Vogel, a spokeswoman for the National Safety Council, told USA Today that numerous studies demonstrate that when states raised speed limits, they can expect an increase in traffic fatalities. Statistics from the U. S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that in 2017 speeding was a factor in 26% of all traffic fatalities that accounts for nearly 10,000 deaths. Several states across the US have increased speed limits. For instance, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. Allow drivers to travel 80 MPH on certain highways and Texas allows 85 MPH along a specific stretch of state highway 1 30 that's up to about 137 kilometers per hour. However, the current maximum speed limit in California is still 70 MPH about 113 kilometers per hour, with some stretches along the proposed autobahn route a little bit lower. Californians shouldn't get too excited, though yet the bill has a long way before ever becoming law and may never get there. It passes the vote in the States, House and Senate. It must then be approved by Governor Newsome. For contrast, Germany's autobahn covers 7500 Miles. That's about 12,000 kilometers, and there are some sections with speed limits. New drivers in Germany are actually trained on the autobahn to learn how to handle the high speeds, and the country's licensing process is a lot more difficult, time consuming and expensive than it is in the United States. Of California's autobahn gets approved. This 300 some miles stretch of road might only be a start to a larger system. Today's episode was written by Suri's three with and produced by Tyler playing for my heart media and how Stuff works. More in this and lots of other topics. Visit our home planet howstuffworks dot com..
"idaho montana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Wisconsin. Senator ron johnson is in the group of senate. Republicans planning to challenge the certification of joe biden's presidential election. Victory are might moen reports. One political expert predicts it won't change the outcome but could harm democracy. Johnson and nearly a dozen other members of the senate have to fight the results when wednesday's vote takes place mat pareto of the ucla voting rights project says because the house has to vote as well. The plan isn't likely to succeed. They are attempting to use centuries-old loopholes to try to at least make one final stand and baretto thanks. It's fairly clear not enough senate. Republicans to make a difference will go along. He warns giving unfounded claims of voter fraud. Up platform could convince some people to never acknowledge the presidential election results and call the whole system into question for future votes. Senator johnson says his group is protecting the views of voters who don't think biden's victory is legitimate prior to these certification in congress trump sought a recount in wisconsin. But that and other legal challenges were unsuccessful. Overturning biden's win in the badger state the washington post reports. President trump urged fellow republican brand. Burger the georgia secretary of state to find enough votes to overturn his defeat. In an extraordinary one hour phone. Call saturday that legal scholars described as a flagrant abuse of power and a potential criminal at post obtained a recording of the conversation in which trump ultimately braided rosberg her. Try to flatter him. Beg you go back and then threatened him with criminal consequences. If the secretary of state refused to pursue trump's false claims at one point trump worn reference burger he was taking a big risk. public transit. ridership has plummeted to historic lows across the us but some cities are pushing to sustain public transit services and improve infrastructure for life after covid nineteen studies have found neighborhoods with higher numbers of essential workers as well as black and brown residents continue to rely on public transit during the pandemic and about eighty five percent of riders lack access to a car to keep transportation access equitable safe for residents charlotte mayor pro. Tem julianne seoul. Says cities will have to find new ways to pay for public transit. The sources of funding for revenue for transportation have been going away. It's been primarily the gas tax and that really has flattened out. it's even worse during cova. She says charlotte is considering increasing. Its sales tax along with leveraging state and federal funding to help pay for a ten year transportation plan. I'm nadia ramlan. Pms were they. third covid. nineteen wave looming. A new report identifies critical priorities for children's wellbeing in vermont mary. Sherman reports for soundbite source according to the annie e. casey foundation eleven percent of vermont families with children report. Not having enough to eat and ten percent say they have slightly or no confidence and their ability to make the next rent or mortgage payment on time while a second relief package was signed this week. Sarah teale with voices for vermont's children says the pandemic is far from over she notes that inequality grew during the ten years. It took to recover from the last recession. A decade is the majority of child's technical childhood. So we don't have time to wait another decade for this recession which is projected to be than the last to resolve itself. Report also indicates the precarious south of some vermont families. Five percent don't have health insurance and twenty two percent so they felt depressed or hopeless in recent weeks. Broken down by race. The report shows how current and historic policies have driven deep inequities families access to resources and sue pandemic began many state and federal policies have been enacted to prevent writers for being addicted but there's also an initiative for struggling homeowners with certain types of mortgages to avoid foreclosure the federal government has extended the period for homeowners with an fha back clone to qualify for referring or reducing their monthly payments. For up to six months that approval period runs now through february. The twenty eighth and mac zappia with minnesota commerce department says that deadline is important and an important distinction there between your application being submitted and approval so frankly any bar who is experiencing financial difficulties paying their mortgage related to covid should contact their mortgage servicer as soon as possible to review their options with them. Fairly are eric. Ticket off tells us idaho's governor brad little's workgroup to consider what to do about dwindling. Salmon numbers has wrapped up as conservation. Groups have neighboring states saints time for a regional approach. Brad vander who will head of columbia river keeper says the woman climate is making it difficult for salmon and steelhead to navigate the columbia and snake rivers. He says the fisher in a dire situation and this issue can't be solved by a single state. I think that's why there's so much effort going in among the states and the federal government and tribal nations and interested people who rely on care about salmon to come up with solutions. Tuber the governors of idaho montana oregon and washington signed an agreement to work together on recovery of salmon and steelhead in the region. Vander whoville says restoring salmon populations also as crucial for orcas in the northwest. This is by clifford. Thanks for start your week with public new service member list of supported on radio stations across the nation and online at public. Do service dot. Org is your local forecast from the heartland news feed weather center overnight. Some easy conditions across the region. That is a dense fog advisory in effect until noon on monday. Expect visibility across most of illinois lulu around twenty-six on your monday mostly cloudy skies patchy fog during the morning hours light wind during the morning hours with wind speeds as high as ten miles per hour in the afternoon highs in the mid forties. Monday night more of the same until the morning then becoming partly cloudy wind speeds around ten miles per hour with a low in the upper twenties. That's your full cost from the all weather center sleek and maybe the steelers weren't trying to show too much mason rudolph plan no big ben. Yeah that makes a lot of sense. Are everything else going on like the giants who were hoping to get into the postseason with a win over the cowboys but they needed some help from the eagles. And guess what. The eagles didn't help them out too much. They didn't do it. Man that team from washington. The washington football team is going to the postseason people seven and nine on the season. That's with the washington redskins are and they will be representing the nfc east. They do get into the post season packers they get it done emphatically over the chicago bears. put up thirty five points once again. They score tony points. Aaron rodgers looks great. The packers have home field advantage throughout the postseason. Good for them. Those are my green bay. Packers love you guys. Colts there in the postseason.
Only these states will get a colder than normal winter, NOAA predicts
"Government forecasters say, Don't expect much of a winter wallop this year, depending on where you live. I guess they are concerned, though, that the drought will continue. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, predicting that two thirds of the U. S should get AH, warmer than normal winter, with the only states forecast to get colder, the normal winter being Washington, northern Idaho, Montana, the Dakotas and northwestern Minnesota says the entire south from Southern California to North Carolina will get a dry winter. With weather. Weather hitting the northernmost states, meanwhile, says the rest of the nation will likely be closer to normal.
Northern lights will be visible in parts of Maine this weekend
"Scientists at no upset the northern whites will be visible this weekend in parts of the US were from the Michael the light show forecast for Saturday and Sunday is a result of geomagnetic storm activity the Northern Lights are a common sight for Americans in Alaska but over the Labor Day weekend the phenomenal brush down to the lower forty eight states including Idaho Montana north and South Dakota Minnesota Michigan Wisconsin and New York for mine and main the lights are visible around our planet's magnetic poles most commonly seen as a brilliant green the Aurora can also range from blue to paint the best time to see the Aurora is a couple hours before or after midnight with a clear dark sky creating the best
Could California Get an Autobahn?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Germany is known for several awesome things including veer brats. And of course, the autobahn bundles Audubon as it's known in Germany is really just if federal highway system there, but to visitors the allure of the autobahn is the speed limit or lack of one cars can top two hundred forty kilometers per hour during normal conditions on this famed freeway that's about one hundred fifty miles per hour. And now, a California legislator is proposing. A Bill that could make the state home to what is being called the American autobahn John Morlock, the Republican state Senator from Orange County introduced state Bill three nineteen in February of two thousand nineteen to relieve traffic congestion along interstate five and state route ninety nine according to the proposed plan both roadways would get new lanes. One northbound and one southbound drivers in the new lanes would not have to abide by a speed limit though, the existing sixty five miles per hour. Limit would remain in effect in the. The existing lanes that's about one hundred and five kilometers per hour. The idea also could provide an alternative California's controversial long-delayed and possibly canceled high speed rail project the proposal comes on the heels of California governor Gavin Newsom announcement that the bullet train as planned is too expensive at an estimated cost of seventy seven billion dollars and would take too long to build. There are no official cost estimates for the Audubon Bill, but in February Senator Morlock told the Los Angeles Times it could cost about three billion dollars. He also said the money would come from the states cap and trade program which requires companies to offset pollution by purchasing credits. If plans move forward the American auto Bahn would be constructed along major freeways with Bela Bach area, which is about eighty miles or one hundred twenty nine kilometers north of Los Angeles at the southern point in Sacramento or Stockton. At the northern end that means theoretically vehicles travelling north at one hundred miles per hour. In the unrestricted lane could make the trip from Sacramento. Tila Beck in about three hours coin that Dr takes over four hours well over depending on traffic. Aside from improving drive times for those along that route the authors of the Bill claim it would also help reduce congestion, which would in turn decrease greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles stuck idling for that reason. The Bill specifies that funding should come from California's greenhouse gas reduction fund which regularly supports transportation and transit projects that reduce pollution. Critics point out. However, the missions go up at high speeds, so encouraging people to drive faster means there wouldn't be any net reduction in pollution, in fact, Bill maga- Vern a spokesperson for the coalition for clean air told SF gate that the net reduction in emissions theory is ridiculous. In addition to the pollution, concerns. Critics are also worried about the risks. To drivers Maureen vocal a spokeswoman for the national safety council told USA today that numerous studies demonstrate that Wednesday's raised speed limits. They can expect an increase in traffic fatalities statistics from the US National Highway Traffic Safety Administration show that in two thousand seventeen speeding was a factor. In twenty six percent of all traffic fatalities that accounts for nearly ten thousand deaths. Several states across the US have increased speed limits. For instance, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and Wyoming allow drivers to travel eighty miles per hour on certain highways and Texas allows eighty-five miles per hour along a specific stretch of state highway one thirty that's up to about one hundred and thirty seven kilometers per hour. However, the current maximum speed limit in California is still seventy miles per hour about one hundred thirteen kilometers per hour. With some stretches along the proposed Audubon. Route a little bit lower. Californian's shouldn't get too excited. Though, yet the Bill has a long way before ever becoming law and may never get there. If it passes the vote in the states house and Senate it must then be approved by governor Newsom. For contrast Germany's autobahn covers seven thousand five hundred miles. That's about twelve thousand kilometers, and there are some sections with speed limits. New drivers in Germany are actually trained on the autobahn to learn how to handle the high speeds and the country's licensing process. A lot more difficult time consuming and expensive than it is in the United States if California's autobahn gets approved this three hundred some mile stretch of road might only be a start to a larger system. Today's episode was written by cherise three wit and produced by Tyler clang for I heart media, and how stuff works for more in this in lots of other topics. Visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com. Hebron stuff instead of an ad today. 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