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"jim king" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

06:56 min | 4 months ago

"jim king" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Definitely supporting Liz Cheney. I am a Democrat and am liberal. But I feel like she is just someone who, you know, has strong ethics and has stood up against some terrible things that have happened over the past 5 years. Wyoming Republicans Mark Hanson and Danny remit see things differently. We got a lot of rhinos in there that we need to get out of. Liz Cheney's one. As far as I'm concerned, Liz Cheney's trader. Cheney says she knows what's in front of her. I think that there's no question that I'm the underdog in this race, certainly. Donald Trump won Wyoming with 70% of the vote in 2020, and roughly 69% of the state supported Cheney. But when Cheney started to attack Trump, the state party censured her. Trump then backed Cheyenne attorney Harriet hagerman, and she became the FrontRunner despite Cheney raising three times as much money. It's the most expensive house race in state history. University of Wyoming political scientist Jim king says hagman and Cheney are politically very similar, except on Trump, who Cheney voted to impeach. There is that one vote. And for now, we're participation in the house elect committee. That has obviously rankled some Republicans in Wyoming. Cheney had hoped to talk to more rank and file to explain to them why her time on the committee is important for democracy. She does tell people she still conservative has not changed her views on policy and will fight for the constitution. I've also been clear I'm not going to lie, I'm not going to tell people what they want to hear. But Cheney's time on the January 6th committee has allowed hagman to try and take advantage. Trump spoke in an event for her, and she's traveled the state telling people they need a Wyoming representative. Liz Cheney has not been representing Wyoming for a year and a half. The moment she made the decision to go to war with Donald Trump. That's really the only thing that she has been focusing on. Hagman says she grew up in Wyoming, something Cheney did not, and has spent her entire career as an attorney fighting against the federal government. The state Republican Party has made it clear that hagman is their choice, and she's also been endorsed by many House Republicans. Many of Cheney's donations have come from out of state. Her in state support from many longtime Republican politicians really doesn't have the impact at once did. Cheney says Republican politics is certainly changed. When you look at Wyoming in particular, the chairman of our state party is a member of the OT first. He was on the capital grounds on January 6th. There are photos of him walkie talkie in his hand that day. Then he went home and said that he thought we had a contemplate seceding from the union. Cheney says she would like the party to return to its values, and she plans to work on that, whether or not she gets reelected. Recent polls have her trailing by 20 points and also show that few voters are undecided. But Wyoming does have a significant number of right leaning independence, the Cheney is clearly targeting. The primary is August 16th. For NPR news, I'm bob back in Laramie. Research on Alzheimer's disease is at a crossroads, experimental drugs have been a disappointment so far. So researchers are trying to figure out what comes next. And Pierre John Hamilton has been attending the Alzheimer's association international conference in San Diego this week and he joins us now, hey John. Hey, why are these drugs that researchers were once optimistic about failing? These drugs are going after something called amyloid. It's the thing that forms the sticky plaques that tend to build up in the brains of people who have Alzheimer's. And some of the drugs have proved really good at removing these plaques, but they don't seem to prevent memory loss. So even the one anti amyloid drug that's approved by the FDA that's a drug called add you home, it still hasn't proved that it helps patients. And this morning, I heard details about yet another disappointing result. This was a study of people in Colombia who carry a gene that pretty much guarantees they will develop Alzheimer's at an early age. And they get an anti amyloid drug called chronic for 5 years or more. That's a long time. But it didn't work. The drug might have helped a little, but not enough to achieve statistical significance. There's also been some talk about research into these drugs that appears to be fraudulent. What's going on there? Yeah, so there was an investigative report in the journal science looking at studies involving this researcher from the university of Minnesota. Those studies suggested that one particular form of amyloid causes memory problems in rodents. But now it looks like data from those papers was altered. The report in science says this calls into question the whole idea that amyloid is important in Alzheimer's. But the scientists I've talked to here. They all disagree. You might expect that researchers who do amyloid research would see it that way. So I talked to somebody who is not at the meeting. His name is Carl harrop at the university of Pittsburgh. He's a longtime critic of what's known as the amyloid hypothesis, but he doesn't buy the idea that this one study led the field astray. Here's what he told me. That there was fraud, I think, is very clear that paper in science documents that very, very well. But the evidence in those papers was really tangential to the field. Yeah, so his point is that there are hundreds and hundreds of amyloid studies out there and no single piece of research can have that much influence. Well, if amyloid drugs are not the answer, what is? Well, people are looking at several possibilities that they talked about here. One is drugs that go after these tangles that appear inside of neurons of people with Alzheimer's. There are several drugs being tested that try to get rid of these tangles. Another option is drugs that target inflammation in the brain and other sign of Alzheimer's and today I heard from researchers who presented a study of a drug that helps brain cells metabolize sugar. It acts a bit like a diabetes drug, and there are some signs that this drug can actually slow down memory loss. Well, is there anything that people who might be concerned about developing Alzheimer's can do right now and they're not good drugs on the market to treat or prevent it? Exercise. There are now a whole lot of studies suggesting that people who exercise are less likely to develop Alzheimer's. And today, I heard about a new study that treated exercise as if it were a medicine. It's called the exert study. And it looked at about 400 people. These are sedentary people with mild cognitive impairment, which is the earliest stage of Alzheimer's. And they were all prescribed YMCA memberships and a personal trainer for a year. So typically, people with mild cognitive impairment get worse every year. But in this study, they didn't. And what's really interesting is that the benefit was not only for people who did aerobic exercise, but it also worked for people who just went and did stretching and flexibility exercises on a really regular basis. And PRS John Hamilton

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"jim king" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

Home Gadget Geeks

06:36 min | 5 months ago

"jim king" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks

"It's very much the same experience, except for those slight differences, the problem I have with it is, okay, you bought this thing and now they want, it just went up recently, $44 a month. Actually get the subscription. Now, you can certainly use the thing without that subscription, but then you're not getting all the benefit of it, and I think you, Jim, actually, signed up for just the app, which is an option also. For a while, right? I think I did it a couple of times actually when I enjoyed the times, it never translated to my workouts here at home. We had a stationary bike at work, not and not even close to peloton. But I would put my phone up on that had a little phone stand on it, and I would watch the workouts. And I'd get, I mean, I got some pretty good workouts in just using the app and I think that's 15, maybe 12, 15 a month to just subscribe to their workouts. Yeah, 12.99. You know, anyone that's ever said, I'm going to the gym to ride the stationary bike. It's very easy to sit there and do next to nothing. Just turn in the pedals. Taking in the view at the gym. So I find it very helpful to have the structure of their workouts and they've got a whole bunch of different kinds of workouts, but part of it is for me, it seems expensive at 44 because it's just me. I'm the only one riding the bike, and they do offer a lot of other things. You've got the treadmill stuff, I think there's weight training, there's yoga in there, and you can actually have the entire household with accounts. So, you know, if you've got three or four people in the household, then the 44 doesn't seem as expensive. But part of the reason I liked the peloton is that they give you pretty good riding metrics, which you wouldn't have gotten, but you may have seen them on some of the gym bikes. You know, heart rate monitor. So you'll get heart rate, they'll show you your current cadence, but the thing I really like is they actually show your power output. So what is that? What does that mean? Because I've heard this term lot, right? It's not like a lightbulb watts or what does that mean? I've never been able to figure that out. So they figure the wattage and I don't know if that aside from being a measurement, I don't know how interesting the calculation of it is, but it really relates to the gear that you're in. And the RPM, right? So you could be in a lower gear with a higher RPM and that would be functionally equivalent to a high gear low RPM, but in general, what do I have here for stats a beginning cyclist might be 75 to a hundred watts per hour. Our watts in a one hour period. So you're maintaining that 75 to a hundred. You know, they say a fit person, it'll be over 100. In the Tour de France, which I know you're watching, they'll put out about 400 watts per hour. For, you know, 5 or 6 hours in a row. Those guys are crazy. That is. I don't know what inspired me to watch Tour de France. But I guess I saw one of the extended highlights of it on YouTube. Maybe it was, I think it was day two. And I started watching it, and I just thought, you know, I've never watched an entire tour. This is going to be the year. I'm going to catch the you can't watch the full version. That's 5 hours. It's way too long. But I catch the 45 minute NBC extended highlights, I think, is what they call it. They have a highlights and then an extended highlights. And already, I saw what were 12 days in and I think already like I'm like, oh, this is kind of hooked. This is kind of interesting. It's kind of fun. I think them having the summaries at the end of the day, you know, they'll edit it down to, what do they have about a 5 minute version and then a 45 minute version? Yeah. The 5s are a little short, actually. I like that 45. You don't get any of the 5. You don't get any of the drama. Yesterday was quite the drama as the yellow shirt guy. He's the key to the leader, lost, lost his shirt. And to somebody else and there's a whole bunch of drama involved. No, to be clear, he's not just riding bare chested now. I think I just ripped the yellow shirt right off of him as he passed. Have you figured out the polka dot one yet, Jim? King of the mountain is the bokeh dot green. Sprint champion or sprint? White? Is that the overall point leader? No. No, the white is a new rider. So it's sort of like The Rookie shirt, The Rookie of the race so far. And something like that. Yeah, well, and John's asking, you know, whether I try to bike within a specific heart rate zone. So that is certainly a method of training that a lot of people use. I actually do more on the power training, so they sort of define 7 different power zones. Which will get you into certain heart rate ranges, you know, if you're in zone three zone four for a sustained time then you're probably at 80% heart rate range. So the higher zones in the power training are definitely going to push you to anaerobic levels. But I kind of prefer the power because it's a set measurement, right? I don't know about you, Jim, but

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"jim king" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:03 min | 8 months ago

"jim king" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"Member today. To get started with elite, click the link in the show notes. All right, in our second conversation, I sit down with Jim king. He's the executive vice president of Ramsey education, and we're going to talk about the relationship between leadership and generosity in ways that you can invest in your community. Here's our conversation. Jim, thanks so much for being on the podcast. Yeah, I'm excited. Thanks for having me. So I was just talking with Scott Harrison and I want to get your take on this. What in your mind is the relationship between leadership and generosity? Man, that's a great question. And Scott Harrison is doing phenomenal things with his charity. You know, the biggest thing I've seen with the relationship to leadership is it really enhances their leadership skills. As a leader, the more generous you are, the more compassionate the more empathy you're going to have towards your teams that you're leading that you're working with. And so it's a great way to not only give back to your team members, but to grow as a leader yourself. Yeah, and everyone wants to work alongside a compassionate generous leader. Absolutely. Right? Absolutely. And it's a character trait at the end of the day to be a generous person. Yes. And there's actions associated with that. So I want to talk about what you guys are doing over Ramsay education. As you lead that team, that is impacting communities around the nation. Obviously, Scott Harrison charity water global impact, but you're really you're zooming in into local communities all over the country, small towns, big cities. What are some of the ways that you guys do that? Man, we do it a lot of different ways, but the biggest way is we provide a curriculum to schools. And so in that curriculum, we weave generosity and giving all throughout the curriculum. It's really one of the pillars, one of the foundational principles that we teach. And so when a student is going through the curriculum, every chapter has got some component on giving and being generous, and so that they're learning that behavior that, hey, when I make money, when I'm out of high school, I'm starting to make some real dollars. I've got to make giving a part of my daily routine my weekly routine and my budgets. And so it just really helps what they learned that a young age because then they can start applying it when they become an adult. Oh, yeah. And we were talking before we got started about entre leadership clients and event attendees. They're always going, I wish my team members went through this kind of curriculum so they had a handle on money before I got a hand on them and now they're going, hey, dude, I don't know how to handle my money. And now I'm demanding raises and it's just not enough money and they're stressed out about it. Exactly. When they handle their money well, they come to work for you as a team member. Well, now they can focus on what you've hired them to do. They can focus on work because that money stress is not a big part of a big part of what they're carrying. And at the end of the day, if they can handle their money well and they can do what God's created them to do, that'd be the end of the world that's fantastic. Man. Yeah, that's a really cool mission, you guys are on. And it's working. 48% of the school's nationwide use our curriculum, which is incredible, and amazing, but clearly the work is not done yet. That means there's 52% out there who are not who don't have this curriculum. They may not have any kind of personal finance teaching in schools, millions of kids around the country that need this. What are the challenges in the education space in particular that's holding kids back from learning this stuff? Yeah, that's a great question. There's two main challenges. Two big challenges that we face working with schools. The first one is time and the second one is money. The time comes into play is because you have a fixed amount of time in a school day. You are in a school from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., whatever the time frame is. And if you want to put a course or a class into that channel, something else has to remove. They're not going to add an hour to the school day to teach personal finance or to teach anything else. And so it's always a challenge to get time allocated in the school day to teach the topic. The second thing that comes into play is funding money. Schools traditionally don't have a lot of money. And so they tend to be broke or have very low budgets. And so when they want to teach a personal finance course, if they get it approved and it's now in the channel to be taught, that's great. Well, now they have to go pick out a curriculum. And so when the budgets are tight as they are, funding is always an issue that we're dealing with, which is why we work with a lot of companies around the country to help us fund the curriculum for schools. Yeah, it's a really cool business model. You guys have developed. And being a business leader here at Ramsey and you're kind of beholden to the schools out there and what they're able to do. And so a really cool thing you've done is partner with local businesses and private donors who just say, you know what? I want to help my community get this curriculum because I think that's going to make my community better. Yes. That's really cool. Yeah, very much so. And the company's really like to do that because even in today's day and age, customers are looking at companies, their brand loyalty comes from, what are these people doing in their communities? What are these companies giving back? How are they giving back? How are they impacting their communities? And that's one thing as a customer, we look for. And so being able to tie those together and give companies the opportunity has been great. And I had the pleasure of hosting our newest high school curriculum and I had a blast doing it. And what makes it all worth it to me because I put a lot of time and effort into this project and into the scripts and videos to make them engaging for the teens watching. But I love seeing the impact. I love getting messages saying, hey, you make learning about money fun. And I love watching the personal finance curriculum. Do you have a particular story that impacted you that kind of keeps you going? It reminds you what the mission is all about. Yeah, we have so many stories..

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"jim king" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:46 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Other companies from United Airlines to CBS to Kraft. Heinz had already announced mandates on their own. But a recent poll by the Washington Post and ABC found seven in 10 unvaccinated employees would likely quit their job if their employer required them to be vaccinated. There is a lot to unpack with what was discussed yesterday regarding this vaccine mandated. I'll do that coming up here at 5 15 this little little logical questions you have to bring into the equation as well. But let's move on to number four. And this takes us to Grand Isle, Louisiana. This is the place that was hit by Hurricane Ida. It's a barrier island on the coast. People are slowly coming back to survey the damage from this hurricane. But there's unfortunately not a whole lot left for people to come back to. The cleanup is just beginning in Grand Isle for days. Flooded roads kept people from returning nearly two weeks since Ida hit Brennan, Young and her family are seeing the devastation for the first time. It was just it was a lot to take in right, so just even having what we have in my favorite place in the world, Young says her family will rebuild. But with nearly every home and business on the island damage, the small island town could soon become even smaller. Jim King has lived there for 16 years. He fears more people will leave the area then after Katrina. People don't have the money down. King's house is one of the few that still livable, but it will likely be weeks before he has electricity or running water. The day that hurricane hit they were doing an interview. One of the networks was doing an interview with the police chief of Grand Isle, and they were in the police headquarters They had about 13 or 14. People would kind of straggled in once the storm got really bad. They got the brunt of this. And this building. Thank goodness. It was extra fortified for these type of circumstances because they seem to always get them. But, he said, this is the first time I really don't think we're going to make it because there were already flood waters coming up to the windows and it went over the windows. Ultimately, they and they actually survived. Thank goodness but it was a It was really remarkable. Some of the videos that he took and we're able to get out of there before they lost connection to the outside world. Alright Then we move on to our number three story this. You remember this from 2017. It was all about time's up. It was all about men being put in their place. Well, time's up for the women's advocacy group called Time's Up, and the reason It has to do with the same thing that is dragging everything down in this country politics. The organization. Time's up has dissolved its advisory board, which included many Hollywood a list actors. Including Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Chastain as the organization undergoes an existential crisis. The advocacy group was formed at the height of the Me too movement but was harmed by its mishandling of the sexual harassment allegations against Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo after reports surfaced that shows the group collaborated with Cuomo's administration on how he should respond to allegations and blocked a statement supporting one of his accusers among those stepping down on the 71 member advisory board. System. Molano Amy Schumer. And Gretchen Carlson. They were a group of what you call Hollywood phone ease that it was all about their politics that had nothing to do with women's women's rights or anybody being sexually harassed. It was all about what their political beliefs were saying with the me too. Movement. That's why I've never given it. Any credibility is anything more than a distraction? It's nonsense. It always was. Then we move on to number two, a group of elementary school students who was with then President George W. Bush when he first heard about the 9 11 attacks back in 2000 and one. This is a little bit more about what those, uh, those kids actually are doing nowadays.

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"jim king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on KCRW

"But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle. At the very tip of southern Louisiana, A National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings of precaution. After the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned Started over again. King is 75 years old. He rode out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news At some point over the last 18 months. Each of us has probably thought about taking up some new past time. Some of us have even followed through. A gesture itself improvement or just a way not to go store crazy and couple times. Some of us have even taken up a musical instrument. Perhaps the piano Last fall, Bridget Shia took up the piano. A year later, she became the youngest winner of the prestigious elite International Music Competition, which grants the.

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"jim king" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on KCRW

"Cooking on a charcoal grill. But they still haven't had any contact with FEMA or other aid programs. They don't have insurance and anchor said she's not sure what to do. So we're looking forward for someone to, you know, come and help us out with some things and Hopefully, things go great for us. I heard this again and again hope as people start cleaning up and rebuilding, but also exhaustion and confusion. Did see FEMA centers and aid stations along the road as they drove. But the scale of this disaster is daunting, and a lot of these towns are really isolated. People told me. It's hard to get good information. There's still no power cell phone service is spotty. There's no Internet. There are mile long lines just to get gasoline. But help is arriving to dig out these towns in Holloway debris on Grand Isle At the very tip of southern Louisiana, A National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Baldwin said. He's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed a ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings. The precaution after the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned started over again. King is 75 years old. He wrote out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife, who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news.

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"jim king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Worst. They actually it's worse than Katrina hit here. As far as the water is concerned, we have some serious winds. He told me he found his house swamped by mud and muck thrown up by the storm. So, with that highway south of New Orleans blocked I back tracked and caught a ferry across the Mississippi River. The day was windless and the sun blistering on the far side of the river in this tiny little town called Phoenix. I met you Quan E Bank are working with her family hauling sofas and mattresses out of their house. Right now we're dealing with mold of flood. From the water from the roof, The floors being damaged and the walls off and everything falling apart is the last to recover from anchor said her family has enough food and water there cooking on a charcoal grill. But they still haven't had any contact with FEMA or other aid programs. They don't have insurance and anchor said she's not sure what to do. So we're looking forward for someone to come and help us out with some things and Hopefully, things go great for us. I heard this again and again hope as people start cleaning up and rebuilding, but also exhaustion and confusion. Did see FEMA centers and aid stations along the road as they drove. But the scale of this disaster is daunting, and a lot of these towns are really isolated. People told me. It's hard to get good information. There's still no power cell phone service is spotty. There's no Internet. There are mile long lines just to get gasoline. But help is arriving to dig out these towns and haul away debris on Grand Isle At the very tip of southern Louisiana National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Goldman said he's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed the ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings. The precaution after the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned started over again. King is 75 years old. He wrote out, Ida right here. Part of the house broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said his wife, who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida. King said she thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news Later on morning edition. Some parents in China are embracing the strategy known as chicken blood parenting to maximize their child's success in the future..

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"jim king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Floors being damaged and the walls off and everything falling apart is the last to recover from anchor said her family has enough food and water there cooking on the charcoal grill. They still haven't had any contact with FEMA or other aid programs. They don't have insurance and anchor said she's not sure what to do. So we're looking forward for someone to, you know, come and help us out with some things and Hopefully, things go great for us. I heard this again and again hope as people start cleaning up and rebuilding, but also exhaustion and confusion. Did see FEMA centers and aid stations along the road as they drove. But the scale of this disaster is daunting, and a lot of these towns are really isolated. People told me. It's hard to get good information. There's still no power cell phone service is spotty. There's no Internet. There are mile long lines just to get gasoline, but help is arriving to dig out these towns and Holloway debris. Grand Isle at the very tip of southern Louisiana National Guard bulldozer was clearing dunes of sand that IDA dropped on the main road. But here again, the scale of work ahead is hard to wrap your mind around. A lot of the houses on this barrier island are just gone sheered away. It makes you wonder. Where do you start? Where do you start jewels? Baldwin was checking on his vacation camp, which sits up high on pilings. Looking out from the deck, Baldwin said. He's not sure what will happen next to this town. I got to feel a lot of people won't be back. Some people that got totally destroyed. A couple miles down the road. I climbed a ladder to talk with Jim King his house to sits up high on pilings. The precaution after the last big storm. We moved down here three months before Katrina lost. Everything we owned Started over again. King is 75 years old. He rode out, Ida right here. Part of the House broke off while he was inside. You can't describe anything because all it was was wind and rain. You can't see nothing. I hear nothing but rain and wind, King said. His wife, who didn't want to talk with me went to a shelter during Ida King said She thinks he was crazy for staying. And when he saw how much destruction there was, he agreed with her. Now they've been told they might have to make do for a month without electricity, using their generator and camping out in their RV, King said. He really loves it here. But sometimes it's hard to remember why. Yeah, there's some good and some bad. Let me tell you what, And this, too, is the thing. People told me as they begin to rebuild one more time. They love life on this coast, but it's getting harder to sustain. Brian Mann NPR news.

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"jim king" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Sweden. And that was a man that was in a position to know practically everything that was going on around the world in advanced institute of advanced study so sitting across the table for next to him was g a clause nobel of the nobel family and he was with sam nielsen and then the next person down was gene key for himself. It was his office so we were in. The next person was lance organ who i had violated me to this because she gone to work for gene and then next to her was jim kane j jim king. It was the founder of the club of rome and then next to him was audio much laura. It was the edge. Japan operatives that was doing the Studies for population grows at the united nations. So it wasn't unusual group of people for me. It'd be because you don't get a chance to be a room with people like that all the time i think cost put together the meeting to see if we couldn't get some discussion going with these very different people. So the place where this gets to me and real fast is that gopi. Krishna was invited to address the united nations by the hopi indian chiefs and other indian chase all of whom referred to him as the red man from the east and so they were invited him to the united nations in all along the way the united says well. We're not gonna have any in the united states. Says we're not gonna have anybody like this talking about america's anything so this was the fourth the third time that this had happened to the hopi elders. They hit petitioned the united nations in nineteen forty seven nineteen sixty four and again in hundred eighty three. They had tried to see if they could get in to. The united nations has feet in at the in eighty three the united states. So said no. We're not gonna do that so the hopi said well. We're going to do it. Because our ancestors are prophecy demands to be told so they entered they or read the main lobby of the main building and they put. It was a standup affair from seven to nine o'clock. And you'll be. Krishna got up and gave a speech. The indians gave a speech. Two or three other people gave gave a speech now. This was at the united nations in the lobby of the main building..

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"jim king" Discussed on The Ortho Show

The Ortho Show

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on The Ortho Show

"Making them walk again. But we're saving them from the ravages of chronic disease which every other doctor in this country is trying to treat right. So we're the ones that get to affect disease in a meaningful way. Isn't that interesting. Yeah no that's great and what we do is such demonstrable healers right. We take these people that can't walk or injured. We can really make a difference in their lives quite rapidly and improve them to get back and what a difference from the oncological nursing that you were doing you know earlier in your career so it really sort of a flip of a switch is too wet wanted amazing sort of healer. You can become so quickly. So yeah i mean. I drank the kool aid early on love. Orthopedics always have. It's just been amazing. Career would never change or do anything different so you go to university chicago to get your your medical degree. And then you you huff off pittsburgh with freddie fu and if you want a second opinion for freddie food you just ask him again right. That's the old line that we've all heard. So you gotta have some great stories from university of pittsburgh your well. You know what. I went there to interview in the middle of winter. Like we do and it wasn't really high on my list but thank god that i. It was snowing it with a blizzard. The airports were shut down. I had to fly into another city and rent a car. But you know when thank god i did because when i got there. I found a place full of stories full of history. You know ferguson. Was there ferguson. One of the fathers of orthopedic surgery and university of pittsburgh has trained more chairman than any other program in the entire country including antonia chen whom you had on. We can talk about but i predict. She'll be a chairman someday and her current chairman. Jim king at harvard came out of pitt. And so what. An amazing opportunity to be in a place where performance than the expectation of leadership is in the fabric. But in that you get a lot of people with a lot a unique personalities who you know we tend to attract leaders there and so you can only imagine but you're right. Dr fu is a force to be reckoned with and it was not unusual for me as a faculty to get a phone call at five. Am with an instruction or a. Did you see this. Or what about this resident. But you know what for sure when you're getting a five. Am call from your chairman. You either you pay attention and be you know. You've got his attention because nobody else is talking to him. So it's a innocent mazing thing the other amazing thing. I think there's so many stories. Listen you're going to have to have me on for several days. Gets all these. But what was amazing to me to watch was when freddie started Really rethinking his acl procedures which has been real movement within orthopedic surgery right. Everybody was doing trans tibial..

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"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

"S news on the hour presented by indeed calm. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Super Bowl 55 is in the history books on so is Tom Brady. He scored his seventh Big game win, leading Tampa Bay to a 31 to 9 victory over the Chiefs and earning M V P for a record fifth time. CBS Sports Gym Dance and the Goat Ready Play Action in seven Theo team had a lot of confidence. We came together at the right time. I think we knew this was gonna happen. I didn't wake up playing our best 70 years. Grady 43 now left Kansas City's 25 year old QB, Patrick Mahomes and the dust and said, Yep, he'll be back next year. In a pre Super Bowl interview with CBS News, Norah O'Donnell, president Biden talked about getting kids. In the classroom. I think it's time for school through open safely safely. You have to have fewer people the classroom, you have to have ventilation systems that have been reworked. He says. The CDC will issue guidelines for safe re openings this week. Both Chicago and San Francisco have now reached preliminary agreements with teachers unions. The president will push ahead with his covert relief bill this week. He faces opposition from Republicans like Mississippi Senator Roger Wicker, who tells ABC the economic projections are you against something the size of a $1.9 trillion package that also anticipates A big tax hike, reports a House Democrats will unveil legislation that would provide $3600 per child to millions of Americans. Disappointing news from South Africa about AstraZeneca's Corona virus vaccine. The country has stopped giving people the shots after scientists found they were not protecting clinical trial volunteers from getting sick. The variant first detected in South Africa. A GOP lawmaker faces more backlash for breaking with party ranks. TBS is Tom Foti State Republican Party of Wyoming has voted to censure Congresswoman Liz Cheney for voting to impeach then President Donald Trump University of Wyoming political science professor Jim King. I don't think in the long run, this will prevent her from continuing, I still don't see her being defeated in the 2022 elections. Ex President Trump's second impeachment trial start It's this Tuesday in the U. S. Senate, Mr Trump impeached by the House for inciting the January 6th riot at the capital by a mob of this followers in northern India. 37 power plant workers are still trapped in a tunnel after part of a Himalayan glacier broke off instead of wall of water and debris rushing down a mountain. At least 18 people are dead 165 are missing. This is CBS News. Indeed, instant match searches through millions of resumes and indeed database to deliver candidates who fit your job description instantly more at indeed dot com slash credit. 503 It's Monday morning, the eighth of February mostly sunny for you today, but it will be a cold one highs only reaching 37. Thank. Good morning. I'm Joan Jones. And I'm John Doman. The top local stories we're following this hour. It was a Super Bowl, unlike any other with only a fraction of the fans in the stands. Some special people, including health care. He rose in U. S. Troops were still celebrated in person in Tampa Bay, and it included several D C officers who defended the Capitol during the capital riot. It was just over a month ago, D. C. Police officers joined Capitol police trying to stop the mob storming the Capitol. Guys were like grabbing gear off my vest and remember guys chanting like killing with his own gun. But last night, officer Mike, the known who suffered a mild heart attack after being beaten by rioters, and two of his Injured comrades were in a very different crown Super.

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"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

"Follow my conviction. I guess I know too, that in order to promote health if you got to be able to lead by example and make the tough call fans will receive Black Day and 95, Mass at the stadium, wall Healthcare workers will get a special white won the game and the halftime show with the weekend. Are meant to be a balance about respecting the cost of the pandemic. We'll also creating some joy. 7 33 in the Wyoming Republican Party is voted overwhelmingly to censure Congresswoman Elizabeth Cheney for voting to impeach President Trump for his role in the January 6th Ryan at the Capitol. Dr. Jim King is a professor of political science at the University of Wyoming. He says a lot of that is just bluster coming from party activists. He has a solid base in the state and to win elections. You certainly need more than just the party activists. We know either political party, the activist tend to be a little bit more out on the fringes. And Cheney Toe win has been getting substantial support from you know the moderates in and you know the middle ground in the state, and I assume she will still have that. I have to support in the future. Century document accused Cheney of voting to impeach even though the House did not offer President Trump of formal hearing or due process. Leadership in charge of securing Capitol Hill still have said almost nothing about the breach in the riots that occurred just over a month ago. Even today, many who work on Capitol Hill are scared after what happened in the lack of information they're getting is not helping several sources, including members of Congress staffers in people from government agencies, who often work on Capitol Hill with Congress. Have expressed concern that they were hearing about security issues related to Capitol Hill in the media before they are briefed about it on the hill. Some staffers and members we've spoken to say briefings are taking place, but not all of the stakeholders are being notified in a timely manner. Part of the problem is keeping the information about the threats close to the vest. Another part of the problem is many of those that may be at risk are not hearing about it. J J Green w T o P News 7 35 George Wallace Here we.

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"jim king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Make no mistake. He takes his Turk seriously. Cheapest insurance is the safe, Quiet field, a theory he's put into practice as he reaches his 55th Super Bowl, his first Super Bowl in 1967 at the Los Angeles Coliseum, his legendary field status, earning him the title of Sod God and meeting some halftime celebrities along the way, the likes of Paul McCartney and many others. His favorite lady Gaga was warned the best. So I say to NBC's with Johnson reporting. The search is on in Chick a pee for a missing boy 11 year old Aiden Blanchard last seen around noon yesterday near a boat ramp. Near Media Street along the chicken Be River, Massachusetts state police searching with an air wing, a drone and underwater unit and a canine team. Police in Chick a Pee and fire boats are also searching, and anyone with any information urged to call police. In chicken feet. And the search continues in the disappearance of two California toddlers and now they're adopted. Family is speaking out, denying accusations that they harmed those Children. Here's NBC's Ornshaw family of the adoptive father of two California City brothers who vanished four year old Orrin and three year old Orson speaking to ABC exclusively. I just know that they were really good parents as far as I was that served the family now saying they're being targeted by members of the public showing up outside their home. Not to support them, but to accuse them. They adopted the boys in 2019 the parents, saying they last saw them in their backyard late December before they vanished, its officials confirming they suspect foul play in the boy's disappearance, but have not named any suspects or persons of interest. Thus far, a New Hampshire man who admitted storming the U. S Capitol last month and Chugging back a bottle of wine. He found that a lawmaker's office now facing federal charges, according to a federal complaint, which was filed on Friday. Jason Riddle Facing several charges, including violent entry and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds and theft of government property. Riddle tells the King Sentinel newspaper he was unaware of the charges and says he'll turn himself in when contacted by law enforcement. The Wyoming Republican Party voting overwhelmingly to censure Congresswoman Liz Cheney for voting to impeach President Trump for his role in that January 6th riot at the Capitol. To Jim King is a professor of political science at the University of Wyoming. Outlining what this could mean for Cheney's future. This is a vote, and it certainly is riled the activists in the Republican Party, but I'm not sure that their displeasure will Continue on to the rest of the electorate. The center document accuses Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U. S House did not offer former President Trump a formal hearing or Due process, a Massachusetts lawmaker filing legislation to officially declare a state dinosaur WBC sherry Small tells us how thousands took part in the process. Massachusetts State representative Jack Lewis of Framingham was just trying to come up with a creative activity for his son's Cub Scout's den, something the kids could really get excited about well to spur their interest in paleontology. He settled on the dinosaurs and fossils project he been combined that with his work is a state long Maker and teamed up with the Museum of Science. With that it gained traction, the public invited to vote on social media to pick which dinosaur would represent Massachusetts and with more than 35,000 votes cast. The people have spoken. The winner is but Oka Saurus Holyoke insists, which means swift footed lizard of Holyoke first discovered near Mount Holyoke in 1910. The state dinosaur legislation has been filed in both the State House and Senate. Sherry Small WBZ Boston sneeze rate. You have family and friends of an FBI special agent shot dead in the line of duty along with a colleague this week, gathering yesterday in Florida for an emotional memorial service in her honor on emotional Memorial for special Agent Lord Schwarzenberger at Hard Rock Stadium. 43 year old wife and mother of two was fatally shot executing a federal search warrant for suspected child pornography. A true protector of those she loved.

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"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WTOP

"Follow my conviction. I guess I know too, that in order to promote health if you got to be able to lead by example and make the tough call, fans will receive Black Day and 95 past at the stadium, all health care workers will get a special White won the game and the halftime show with the weekend are meant to be a balance about respecting the cost of the pandemic will also creating some joy. Tampa Mayor Jean Castor's also recently instituted a mask mandate in high traffic outdoor areas around the city. The Wyoming Republican Party has voted overwhelmingly to censure Congresswoman Elizabeth Cheney for voting to impeach President Trump for his role in the January 6th Ryan at the Capitol. Dr Jim King's a professor of political science at the University of Wyoming, and he says it's all bluster coming from party activists. He has a solid base in the state and to win elections. You certainly need more than just the party activists. We know either political party, the activist tend to be a little bit more out on the fringes. And Cheney Toe win has been getting substantial support from you know the moderates in and you know the middle ground in the state, and I assume she will still have that. I have to support in the future. The center document accused Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U. S House didn't offer President Trump formal hearing or due process that a second impeachment of the president of the former president begins on Tuesday. CBS News correspondent Stacey Lynn has a preview. It's been a little over a month since a violent attack on the Capitol, which prompted the house to impeach the former president. For incitement of insurrection. The trialist set to begin opening statements from both sides will likely take a few days. Then we get a question and answer period. Mr Trump will not have to fi his legal team responding to that request, saying, No calling it a public relations stunt, and we probably won't see any witnesses called during this trial, just like in the last. As for how long On this trial will go on. That is still unclear. The first trial dragged on for weeks. This time around, both sides are in agreement. They want it to be quick. Stacey Lynn CBS News Capitol Hill leadership in charge of securing Capitol Hill, still have said almost nothing about the security breach in riots that occurred just over a month ago. And even today Many who work on Capitol Hill are scared after what happened in the lack of information they're getting isn't helping. Several sources, including members of Congress, staffers in people from government agencies, who often work on Capitol Hill, with Congress have expressed concern that they were hearing about security issues related to Capitol Hill. In the media before they were briefed about it on the hill. Some staffers and members we've spoken to say briefings are taking place, but not all of the stakeholders are being notified in a timely manner. Part of the problem is keeping the information about the threats close to the vest. Another part of the problem is many of those that may be at risk are not hearing about it. J J Green w T o P News It's 5 35. If you don't know PPC if you don't know s CEO, if you don't know O t t If you don't know, targeted display social media matters like development, mail marketing. You don't have to. All you need to know is 2060 digital. We can help you with the digital marketing your business needs but maybe doesn't understand or have time to execute. 2060 Digital is a Google premier partner. That may not mean a lot to you..

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Wyoming Republican Party censures Cheney over Trump impeachment vote

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Wyoming Republican Party censures Cheney over Trump impeachment vote

"The Wyoming Republican Party has voted overwhelmingly to censure Congresswoman Elizabeth Cheney for voting to impeach President Trump for his role in the January 6th Ryan at the Capitol. Dr Jim King's a professor of political science at the University of Wyoming, and he says it's all bluster coming from party activists. He has a solid base in the state and to win elections. You certainly need more than just the party activists. We know either political party, the activist tend to be a little bit more out on the fringes. And Cheney Toe win has been getting substantial support from you know the moderates in and you know the middle ground in the state, and I assume she will still have that. I have to support in the future. The center document accused Cheney of voting to impeach even though the U. S House didn't offer President Trump formal hearing or due process

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"jim king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"jim king" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In 1978 Leon Spinks has died of cancer. He was 67 turning to the Corona virus pandemic within 27 million infection cases now confirmed in the US The efforts to get more of US vaccinated have been spotty, but more vaccine distribution mega sites are being set up in California K P I. X TVs. Wilson Walker wasn't one slowly. But surely the state's effort to distribute vaccine is picking up speed, and much of the promise lies in these large sites. Direct distribution in large numbers, with no confusion about where the vaccine is going, or how much of it is getting used Wyoming Republican sensor Congresswoman Liz Cheney for voting to impeach Donald Trump. I don't think in the long run, this will prevent her from continuing I still don't see her being Defeated in the 2022 elections Professor Jim King. This is CBS News, Traffic and weather together. The Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes. It's three minutes after one o'clock and up on Route one. The Tobin Bridge good things slowing down a little bit on the Chelsea side as you're heading up heading over a heading to the other side of that structure yesterday. Just think, slowing down a little bit. We have a work zone through there. I don't have an anchor work through this overnight. It is causing some minor delays. Traveling right now, inside the Prudential Tunnel on the mass pike heading westbound work crew there, Elaine restriction and a short delay. Otherwise, downtown's looking pretty good traveling on the expressway from Boston, right down to Braintree. Doing pretty well. Once you get down south, you're in great shape on routes. 95 24 on Route three. Continue down to the cape of card. They only have a crash, still clearing on Route six. Heading eastbound little bit before Route 1 30. In the town of Sandwich. Watch out for it. It was affecting the westbound side as well. But that's all reopened. So traveling right now out to the Western, pretty good shape. Is this still a little slow on route 2 to 90 heading westbound through the north borrow area after an earlier issue out there that should be gone in the next few minutes traveling right now on Route three.

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"jim king" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jim king" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The president of the Petroleum Association of Wyoming, Pete over, Mueller is among them. Janey is the third ranking member of the House Republicans, which he says is critical as the Biden administration is unleashing policies harmful to the states, oil and gas industry members from Florida members of Ohio members from New York You do not care about Wyoming. They did not care about our industry here about the issues that we face on the day to day basis. I was caution that we remember that we have three people in Washington fighting for us, and we need them to be firing and also wonders. Despite all the rhetoric, University of Wyoming political scientist Jim King says it's unlikely that pushback will lead to a primary defeat for Chaney. As long as she continues to attend events and stays in contact with the state. She's got a wide network of supporters across the state, and she'll have the financial resource is that she needs and I'll add one more thing. She's got 18 months to show that she is still connect with Wyoming. It is rare that a single vote is detrimental to the career of a member of Congress. But there are many who want to prove that statement wrong. For NPR news. I'm Bob back in Laramie. Policy of separating migrant families at the border officially ended more than two years ago, but hundreds of families have yet to be reunited. What the new administration plans to do about that tomorrow on morning edition. You're listening to all things considered from.

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"jim king" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"jim king" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"What you got to pay for a hamburger hot dog, right phrase ballot. That's and that's no beverage or fries. That's just the burger right there. 26 minutes after seven. Celebrating birthdays this morning and Wdun brought to you by chicken salad Chick and Kessler. Tired alignment. Let's see who's on her birthday list for the day and let's see. We have a double list for you for today. And tomorrow today being January 15th who's celebrating? We have April Bynum on the list. We have Gayle Robinson, Linda Baldwin celebrate today. We also have Taylor Jim King. Gen. Taylor Jenkins. Jenkins is not a 22 word. Last name Somebody's got. It is a hyphenate Jen kins, Sailor Jenkins. We need to get these typed out. Anna Barton celebrates today. Gloria, who'll on the birthday list and Linda angle, also celebrating a birthday today, let's say a special happy birthday today to Gayle Robinson, who received good stuff there from our good friends at Kessler, Tire and alignment and birthdays for Saturday. We have none for the 16. So there you go. But we are celebrating a birthday on Monday. That is Martin Luther King Day. However, his actual birthday is today It was the state back in 1929 at Martin Luther King Jr was formed so certainly worth remembering, and we'll remember on Monday. Maybe you've got the day off. Hopefully, you do. Take a little time to celebrate 27 minutes after seven and Wdun start a brand new morning and little. I don't want to bring it down, but little sad news that we need to share with you this morning as.

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China’s Xi says Beijing wants trade deal, can ‘fight back’

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

China’s Xi says Beijing wants trade deal, can ‘fight back’

"She Jim king has told the visiting US business delegation the China holds a positive attitude toward the trade talks she said when necessary China will fight back but officials working actively to try to not have a trade war the latest flare up in trade tensions came off to president Donald Trump imposed punitive tariffs last year of billions of dollars worth of Chinese exports to the US wanting changes in Chinese trade and investment policies I'm Charles de Ledesma

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