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"kelo" Discussed on 5-4
"Foxconn is doing there. What many corporations do in this situation? Right yeah wield the possibility of an enormous investment and jobs above a municipality that is not in any position to realistically say no and you know they leverage that position to get what they want at the expense of the community and the risk is borne entirely by the community. Just like Pfizer backed out new. London Foxconn has dramatically scaled back. Its plans I think it's down to like a thousand jobs now And just just a fraction of what it was but they have wiped out residential development grand. There's no constitutional remedy for that because of this case. Yeah and so. It's not just small local governments. That get bulldozed here. Right like sometimes is happens in cooperation with big powerful city governments in the case of New York. That's happened multiple times actually There one is a billionaire developer. Bruce Ratner who came upon a Nice neighborhood in Brooklyn that had like a great subway. Stop with like a intersection of a bunch of different lines. And he really liked the look of it in the feel of it and was like man. I would love to build some high rise towers here in this rapidly gentrifying neighborhoods. That is being developed regardless. But he couldn't you know by people out and there was a railyard there and things like that so he bought the New Jersey Nets and then used used the idea of building an arena for the nets as a public use for the purpose of eminent domain to seize property build. The all classic moves. You you you can dangle the arena over their heads but I've done this. Many Times Right. He built his high rises around the Arena. He SOLD THE TEAM CAPS. The arena rights. So now he gets to charge rent to the team. He has to build his fucking high rises and the neighborhood is like wiped out. Bruce Ratner is an insane evil billionaire. Name everything on villain lay. Yeah the other examples Columbia just I think in her previous episode. We mentioned the idea of like universities being like Real Estate Hedge Funds Essentially and Columbia a I think. A great example of that in terms of just using eminent domain Either the threat of eminent domain to bully people into selling them Stuff or for the holdouts waiting till the entire neighborhood that they own eighty percent of gets completely rundown because it's all abandoned buildings then. Getting the entire neighborhood declared blighted because they're empty buildings are infested with roaches and rats and Shit And the people living there have no like access to laundry bats or anything because they bought the only laundromat and left it vacant And then using that to bully out the holdouts so that they can. You know develop a new campus up in West Harlem so of course like the people that Colombia's displacing are like you know minorities in working class people or or middle class people right. It's like I think one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuits over this owned a gas station or something like that. And you read the interviews with the with the residents holding out there and the the the laundromat example I gave was not abstract like there. Were people complaining that they no longer had access to laundry room. And that's again that's people renting or or who may be own a small apartment in who've lived there for years who just cannot live there anymore as a practical matter and we're being forced out by a big powerful you know eleven billion dollar endowed university Serves mainly the the rich right right and they're using a justification that's like the whole idea of public. Use is the sort of implication that this'll be beneficial for the community as if these people aren't part of it and if the idea that like visor or Fox or Columbia fucking university can dangle this over any residents head whenever they want what they want and that that end goal in their mind is actually fostering like the growth of the community rather than just like their own private goals. It's ridiculous yeah. I don't believe New York ever passed a law in the wake of Kilo. But I'm not sure Nazis don't think all this seems to have happened. It's you just figure out little ways around. It is like logo politicians. I mean Bloomberg. My recollection is was very much behind. Ratner's project with the nets. And you know it's like yeah well. Can you like when that much? Money starts accumulating behind something. You know our will follow right and there's only so much you can do. Especially when the only people standing in the way here are going to be homeowners that very very rarely have any means people always talk about the benefits of Union unionization and the employer employee context. But I always think about how useful would be for municipalities across the country to just fucking band together and agree not to offer tax breaks to the Saigon psychotic companies. Yes that's so smart. Jesus Christ if you could just have an agreement that you won't do it like we are one of those cities that won't do it. Eventually the benefit would completely dissipate Ray And they would be forced to actually pay. Yes but No city councilman Again just a step. Above the school board no city councilman is ready to tread that ground. Why don't you run Peter for zero? Board? I'm going to so I think that kind of our last thought here is a retrospective of sorts. On what the fuck happened the Liberals here yeah? Why fucker are the Liberals doing this? In this case I think it's just this trust in institutions including corporations but like a ten year old gets this which is like what interest is a corporation have in the economic development of these community members? None at all like. That's not the goal of what they're doing. I've been thinking about this because we been bouncing around like what were the liberals actually thinking here and there hasn't been we haven't come up with anything satisfying frankly the only thing. I can really think is that for someone like Ginsburg or Stevens. Maybe the fact that the conservative ecosphere was going nuts about this on the other side made them feel like this had to be the correct position. Right there's like a negative partisanship. Yeah well look. I don't really know about this but if Kato is like the filing lengthy briefs and like writing like teary op-eds about it. Then surely we've got to be on the opposite side. I think that must be part of it. Psychologically but I really think yeah. It's just this trust in the government's ability to economic planning age in the sort of Bullshit. Formalistic precedent heavy decontextualize analysis. That is just like the exact thing that conservatives Do consistently and when they're at their weakest like someone like Ginsburg notorious for Starting her opinions with the context rather than legal rules yet And just she's quiet here. It's it's bizarre to me. Yeah no I do think it's A. It's almost a painfully naive. Trust in government at any level on any subject right like SORTA suffused this like. Oh of course. The city council has an economic development plan in. Who are we to question that? Who the fuck are you? You were the Supreme Court right who you are. Yes exactly worth noting too. I think that in his autobiography John Paul Stevens. He doesn't say it explicitly not strongly but says like this opinion is kind of fucked up and I kinda regret the way I wrote this He says that it was in his opinion. The most unpopular Opinion that he wrote in his career as a Supreme Court justice like thirty years or something like that and although he says that he still stands by the results that was reached the holding. He says that his use of precedent was incorrect. That that makes me more upset. It's the complete opposite. The use of precedent is completely irrelevant and hands. That's like that's so fucking liberal. It is like Oh sorry. We use the wrong rules. Yeah exactly and also a precedent was the like literally not exaggerating. I don't think the entire basis for the opinion so to say you got the precedent wrong but the holding rights rents almost meaningless in. Iran's right on the flip side of this though is that when we we've been praising the conservative position here to some degree they aren't so skeptical of government institutions when it comes to like national security and Immigration and Hap some application of that skepticism that the kilo to those cases would be beneficial for them and I think that sort of underlines the fundamental point here which is yet another example in this case neither side is really consistently applying a judicial philosophy of any coherence. Right here's the Liberals doing what we say that the Conservatives do often rigidly applying precedent without any real inspection of the context. Because that's what gets them to the conclusion that I think they were instinctively. Bias toward right and on the flip side you have the conservatives opposing it applying principles that they would otherwise disregard. The bottom line is that you don't need to look hard at their reasons because they're fake you can take a step back and think like what actually matters here to me what is holding in this case imply what might result from it on the ground presidentially however you. WanNa view it. You can take a step back and dismiss the ostensible reasons provided by these incredibly powerful hacks. Yeah I mean honestly it's very reductive but eight of the nine boats can be explained by like I really trust the government For four girls and I really think property rights matter for the four conservatives and he's just Kennedy. Who's like what the fuck is he doing wandering off into the wilderness with somebody check on? Anthony? Yeah you know. We've touched on him with citizens united and his concurrence. Here's another great example. The most important thing to remember about Kennedy is that I don't mean this to be just an insult. He's just not that smart he's just not that sharp yes. Obviously he's sharp in some ways. I'm not sitting here telling you that these fancy degrees mean absolutely nothing or whatever. He's smart in some ways that you're probably not but he is fundamentally in many important ways not the sharpest fucking tack. You don't need to look that much more. Doing legit be that. He's been like Oh. That neighborhood would look really nice with a conference center that the day will come. We do an entire episode on Anthony. Kennedy I mean he's really is like the supreme court's like goofy uncle such a Weirdo and he held this Court under his yoke for twenty five years years believable..
"kelo" Discussed on 5-4
"It. Kinda throws it in at the end is like if states want to pass laws that are sort of like more limiting than this rule that we're giving you from the Federal Constitution. Then you can do that if you want. But it's not exactly. The type thanked haunt that we have batted conservatives for in the wonderful inversion. Yeah Yeah. They're just like well look. This might sound crazy but you know if they want to change it Get both houses in the states in the state legislature together or whatever they need to pass a law and it's like I don't think that that's a serious approach to Analyzing Constitutional Authority. Yeah because you're not taking into account built like major power imbalance right like think about Suzanne Kilo and will Amina Dairy. You know what I mean like our. What are they gonNA do like okay? Well we're going to lobby the state legislator about this because Pfizer is knocking on doors city. Right it doesn't make realistic sense. Ended ignores the history on the ground. Which is that eminent domain. Being used to take away the homes and businesses of people of lesser means to give them to entities and people of greater means is very common and as a result yeah I don't think we've talked about amicus. Briefing on the PODCAST. But amicus briefs are friends of the court briefs and it's just If you ever see a Supreme Court case that you're interested in and you can write a brief and be like. Hey I have some thoughts on this too and a lot of you know. A lot of major Lobbying groups etcetera file their briefs and In this case you see all the sort of libertarian. Usuals right Kato and And all their friends filed briefs in support of the petitioners but so does the N. W. C. P. The end and. I think a couple other civil rights organizations supporting her case on the basis that these laws disproportionately impact minorities in the impoverished. Not Coming strictly from like this property. Rights sort of Viewpoint that someone like the Cato Institute is going to have but staying like look the way this actually plays out is discriminatory and kind of fucking awful and the opinion doesn't really tackle it with any seriousness at all. I'm not even sure that it really tackles it. Aiding and I sort of would love to see a town just condemning wealthy neighborhoods like. Hey we're GONNA wipe out these mcmansions and just handed over to right. We're going to be an actual good use of the takings. Clause repeated wipe out some shitty development handed. Michio couple mill and be like all right. We're building section eight housing here right. Never going to happen. Turn Golf Club into a public park. That would yeah right. Right never happened. Can you imagine a scenario like Roberts accuses himself? Because he's a member of the from is also a member of the club does not recuse himself optic skies fair and impartial. I can't do it and Thomas is like fuck it. Let's do it and then it goes eight. Oh Thomas Clarence Thomas writes Sandra Day O'Connor writes the primary descent here but Clarence Thomas rights and more aggressive descent. Doing all his usual things which is like in this case sort of not wrong. It's the most I've ever agreed with him. On one of his like abolish this entire line of precedents sort of descents and he starts with long tangents on textual interpretation. And it's just my numbing. And then eventually he gets to the meat of it in my mind in his very last section which is essentially an endorsement of the position outlined by the NWC P where he says quote allowing the government to take property solely for the public purposes is bad enough but extending the concept of public purpose to encompass any economically beneficial goal guarantees that these losses will fall disproportionately on poor communities. Those communities are not only systematically less likely to put their lands to the highest and best social use but are also the least politically powerful and quote spot on the whole the Senate could have been that Yeah it's a viewpoint that Clarence Thomas will completely ignore and dismiss in every other case correct ever finds its way to his desk. That sort of an exaggeration but he obviously find the sort of This sort of thing very unconvincing and other circumstances still unequivocally right here and Kennedy and the Liberals Ignore all of this and just pretend it's not happening and we're GonNa talk a little bit later about why we think the Liberals did this but in my mind it's mostly baffling it's mostly just to wrap your head around I do want to say I remember thinking in Law School. That Thomas's dissent was strong but some early stuff is like things that like. I think I was impressed with Moscow but with a little bit of age immaturity. I just shocked that like anybody finds it an interesting or persuasive argument at all like what the dictionary said. The meaning of the word use was in seventeen eighty or the Latin. Etymology of the word uses. Do we really need a page in the Supreme Court on that rate. I think it makes it so obvious that like this shit is all really fake like fake. Because that's not like this. Is the Supreme Court deciding major decisions landmark decisions that will affect thousands if not millions of people? You know what I mean like state laws for decades to come all of this and they're like What does the dictionary say fucking answer? Also Thomas doesn't know shit about what the CAN Latin Edna Tamala means to the point. He can like make these fine distinctions. Write about it and I always imagine Suzanne Kilo herself like read. Someone's like hey this dissent really agrees with you. And she's just like reading through the first year shitting me so connected and so the that's the first issue is like. How is this a fucking public use writing the terms become so bastardized that it appears to be meaningless to the court here but there's another issue and if you dig a little deeper it's related? It's that the public use in question. Here is economic development rate which is a vague and almost meaningless term that without some level of real scrutiny by the court is basically just handing municipalities free rein to seize repurpose property at their whim. Right what's economical development? What is economic growth? Even right? I mean it's these. Things are arbitrary to a degree where any municipality or state commend manipulate them to their ends and the dissents basically says we should probably just eliminate this as a legitimate reason for taking under the Fifth Amendment. I think that's right. I might be the one of the few times where I'm just like Sandra Day O'Connor on the head I write. I like her descent here. Maybe just like a little bit more than Thomas is. Just because I feel like it's short and sweet. It's tight it's pretty succinct. And does she calls out. It's what we've said. A few times the Conservatives on the court have been willing to do for decades and the liberals just aren't like she calls out. What is sort of facially obvious and ridiculous about Stevens? Majority opinion and fun fact. Did you guys know this about Sandra Day? O'connor she went to Stanford Law and she was part of the graduating class of nineteen fifty two which was the only loss loss in history that produced two Supreme Court justices. Do you know who else fifty two. I don't know it was William Rehnquist. I was GONNA say could be really thought he was young William Rehnquist Graduated first in the class and our girl. Sandy graduated. Second Damn they have beaten by Rehnquist. What a fucking Moron can you? Can you imagine being a woman and law school in Nineteen fifty two Stanford and then graduating seconds? And then it's fucking Bill Rehnquist winds up being your ship out of the shadow urine. Yes yeah that's gotta be Rough Sandra Day O'Connor you know. I agree with her very little by think. Probably worth noting that to rise out of the nineteen forties and fifties to prominence as a woman and as an attorney insanely accomplished person. Probably you're just a tough fucking nails. I had to guess yeah. I think that's absolutely right. But I think there's also probably something to be said about the conservatism to like. Oh hell no doubt I mean. There's that helped her get to the level that she had helped her helped Clarence Thomas rate no question that she's insanely talented But certainly being a woman and a conservative was something that she was able to leverage. I may not knowingly or not intentionally but was able to where she is yeah she had a couple other points in dissent that I think are worth discussing like the court talks about how the town went through all this trouble coming up with a plan right right in new London. Development Corporation had an economic development plan and like the Supreme Court puts a lot of weight on this fucking little towns corporation Plan and it's like well. Look we got a defer on. This descent. Has Some questions about that and I think we also have some questions about that. 'cause it's really are questions are a little more pointed like core defer to the City Council of New London Connecticut Court like how much deference to these people really deserve. Yeah like Kennedy's like look. If there's any evidence of untoward influenced by like private parties on the city council like that should be considered and EH. Forget if it was if it was O'Connor or Thomas who is like you'd have to be a fucking idiot to like to be able to avoid like of course influenced by Pfizer's fucking proudly guy that they meet with from Pfizer. Who Walks in and is like? Hey wouldn't you know here's our pitch for that. Guy Is the most powerful person that city councilman has ever met his life right. It's like twenty thousand people at about the year two thousand and Pfizer is saying like three hundred fifty million dollar facility. We're going to build it in your backyard. Like what are they supposed to do? Of course they're gonNA like a private eye with like a Telephoto Lens. Taking picks of Lake City councilman taking a briefcase in a dark alley. Or whatever right like the influences out in the open like it's obvious it's ridiculous and that's why there needs to be some substantive against the ability of you know some city Some random politicians and some city to just seize property of the poorest citizens rate. There needs to be something somewhere. Like ideally accord that can just hop in and say hey Taking a look at this. Maybe you should be. You know. We're GONNA apply this somewhat more rigid standard and not. Just give you every benefit of the doubt since you were a obviously in the pocket of this.
"kelo" Discussed on 5-4
"Welcome to five to four. Where we dissect and analyze the supreme court cases that have left America cracked and barren like hot sunlight. Beaming DOWN ON. A drought stricken plane. I am Peter. Twitter's the law boy and I am here with Michael. Everybody and ran high. Today's episode is Kilo versus the city of New London. Case about eminent domain. The right of the government to seize private property. We received some criticism in our podcast reviews for being quote a bunch of libs millennial leftists proliferating quote politically biased tripe and we take this criticism very seriously. And that's why this episode. We are taking on a case where the liberals were in the majority. We also want to know other of US have described us as immature using. Gratuitous Profanity sanctimonious lacking respect for the practice of law. We will not be making any changes to address those concerns so in this case for liberals and Anthony Kennedy held that the city of New London. Connecticut could seize private property including the homes of plaintiff Suzanne Kilo and several others and turn it over to a private developer in the name of fostering economic development. And this is a showcase for hypocrisy from both the Liberals and the Conservatives on the court I think the liberals adopted the sort of narrow and formalistic interpretation of the Constitution that we usually criticize the conservatives for and the conservative descent goes with sort of context and policy driven rationale that they themselves usually reject as improper. Yeah and at the end of the day. Though we have two handed the conservatives here they were in the right and this decision gave a green light to local governments to seize property where predominantly poor people live and work and turn control over to wealthy private developers or private companies who have no meaningful obligation to do anything with the land so we walk us through the background here. What's going on in New London Connecticut? Yeah so the city of New London. Connecticut had fallen on some harder economic times back in the late nineties so the population keeps going down. People are moving away from New London and the city's tax base is therefore decreasing and the city leaders are looking around and saying okay. We really need a boon in economic development so enter a little mom and pop shop called Pfizer. The Pharmaceutical Company back in nineteen ninety eight begins construction of a major new research facility in new London and specifically There's a neighborhood in new London called Fort Trumbull and that's where the new Pfizer facility is being built so in response to Pfizer Showing interest in having a brand new three hundred and fifty million dollar facility there in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood. The city of New London re activates this old private entity. It's a nonprofit. That's run by the city. It's called the new London Development Corporation and they charged the new London development cooperation with developing the Fort Trumbull neighborhood and designing and implementing a plan for new economic activity that would coincide with the Pfizer plant development so that Development Corporation created a development plan for the Fort Trumbull neighborhood. It was a big plan. Includes Lake a Resort Hotel Conference Center a State Park New plans for building a museum eighty to one hundred new residences plus like a bunch of office and retail space. So in the year two thousand. The city of New London approved the development plan and authorized the Development Corporation to acquire the necessary land in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood to start developing all the businesses so development corporation turned around and the offered to purchase all one hundred fifteen lots that were in the Fort Trumbull neighborhood and those lots are both commercial lots and residential lots but when the Development Corporation offered to purchase all of the lots owners of fifteen of the properties. Refuse to sell. Now it's nine owners that become the petitioners here and the lead plaintiff is Suzette Kilo to Suzanne. Kilo is a working class person interviewers. Reporters mentioned that. She works two jobs She had lived there since. Nineteen ninety-seven another petitioner for example Named will mean a dairy. She was born in the house in nineteen eighteen. The House actually lives in in Fort Trumbull. She was born in that house and still lived there for her. Entire life was bitten had like lived there for years. Their kids next door did roots yet. You know these are lower class working class families and individuals. They had roots multiple generations. Like in and around this neighborhood on their properties they owned for decades. And so the petitioners here like the WanNa keep your damn homes you know. They're saying that the government can't just take their property and First of all handed over to a private corporation and second of all handed over to that private corporation just for a promise to in the future economic improvement pretty much the same reaction. I think anyone would have the government just like knocking on your door one day and being like right you gotta leave. We're here to build a hot enough. You heard about this but we have to help Pfizer out. He hadn't heard of a little company called Pfizer. They want your backyard. Some little like you know podunk city council men who have like Boehner's over the idea that their town is going to become this economic hub. Yeah You well. We'll talk about this in a bit later but like you know. The city council is the lowest form of government right. I can't think of anything lower Throwing rocks at Lake scoreboard. Wow there you go I take it back. School board is the lowest form of government but right above that city council. So yeah I mean they. They're facing off with these homeowners and on their side is one of the biggest corporations in the world. Yes yes so. The legal issue here is about the takings clause of the Fifth Amendment which states that quote private property shall not be taken for public use without just compensation and so the question here is what is public use mean. Does it mean that you can just take suzette kilos house and handed over to some developer and say that it's for economic development or is it more limited than that public use historically had been interpreted to be equivalent to public purpose doesn't need to be public use like a park right. It's a little broader than that. It's like for the purpose of helping the public but not necessarily accessible to the whole public for example and the court holds that this is fine because the city had a comprehensive development plan and they seize the property pursuant to that plan. And you know they. The city had decided that the area was in need of rejuvenation and the courts should defer to them on that point and the they go on and on about how it's totally consistent with precedents and all that sort of stuff That we'RE NOT GONNA get too deep into because it's it's pretty right right correct anyway. Yeah Yeah and we'll get into that too. I think when we talk about the amish descent but the the gist of this year is what is public. Use mean under the takings clause and does it apply to a situation where they're just seizing private property and handing it over to some other private entity and the courts saying well. Look Yeah. Sure it's being handed to a private entity but it's for a public purpose right but like the new development something that will be available for anyone to use right. It's an office complex and some rain. Nothing else and if that's a public purpose then what's the private purpose right and I think the fundamental problem with the majority here if that's public then what could private purpose possibly look like. I using the reasoning of the court. There's nothing really stopping the government from just seizing a poor person's home and giving it to a rich person on the grounds that they have the resources to do better with it they can make it more aesthetically pleasing. They could start a business there. Whatever it's it's like making gentrification like a legitimate government and that justifies taking people's property right the sense right originally like the taking clause started it's like building railroads you know it's building highways. It's things that like. The government wants to do that. You can't build the railroad if the house is there. Sort of thing Anti extent that there wouldn't be like direct public ship in. If there's private ownership like a railroad they would become carriers where the public would have general access to their to them anyway so faint. The contrast between that. And what's going on here is is very obvious. You know you don't have to be trained in legal rhetoric or whatever understand the difference between building the railroad and building of an office. Park and judge always talk about limiting principles. What is the limiting principle this reasoning and there just isn't one and what I mean by limiting principle is what prevents you from going down that slippery slope of just taking a poor person's home handing it to a rich person or a rich company because they're gonNA gusty it up right and nothing? The majority says really makes it clear that that can't happen in fact. I think if you take the reasoning to its natural conclusion that can happen. Yeah absolutely yeah I think so and I think Justice John Paul Stevens. He's the one who's writing for the majority here. Really the only thing he says.
Iowa, Attorney and Us discussed on Julian Lee
"From the caldecott newscenter by michael williams police north west iowa are investigating the death of an infant in estherville officials said friday that eleven month old jasmin rodriquez sebastian died wednesday at a sioux falls hospital two days after she was taken there for undisclosed reasons to police the county attorney's office the department of human services and the iowa division of criminal investigation are investigating ellsworth air force b one bs or not flying right now us air force global strike command is not at the b one bomber freda from one of the planes made an emergency landing in texas general robin rand ordered the safety stand down thursday the f says a safety investigation after the made money magazine landing found a problem with ejection seat components that caused a standdown standing allen keller dot com dues a pair of apparent celebrity suicides is renewing attention to minnesota's cashstrapped suicide hotline which is on track to close a suicides in the state have been rising crisis connections had hoped for one million dollars to stay afloat but the money was a casualty of a budget dispute in the legislature this year between majority republicans and democratic governor mark dayton nine black former and current university of minnesota football players are suing the school saying their rights violated in a sexual misconduct investigation the lawsuit friday sense from schools investigation into an alleged gang rape of a female student in twenty sixteen no criminal charges were filed but several students were expelled or suspended the lawsuit says the school turned in the nine black plaintiffs into scapegoats university says it will vigorously defend itself water conservation is going to be a hot topic during.
What to expect at WWDC 2018
"And the phone lines are open of course one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four is the way to join us i'd love to hear from you this weekend once again that phone number is one triple eight eight to five fifty to fifty four before we go back to all of your phone calls have interesting items across my desk i of which is mark your calendars on monday the angels will be rejoicing because it's the w w dc yes you ready for it s the big worldwide developers conference in san jose and from apple you some new software announcements can require new hardware which in turn means more money for the company and less money for your pockets because when apple upgrades the operating systems that power the iphone and the ipad the mac the apple watch apple tv people get all excited about anything apple says but they say one of the big deals this year something that they're calling digital life is in this you can see exactly how much of your life that you're wasted playing candy crush facebook instagram snapchat email texting mush more it's going to be in the settings app in iowa's twelve but most of ww dc is really devoted to making you wanna buy more apple products and this year they're going to really show of a are augmented reality as we're it imposes three d images on your view of the world on your iphone on your ipad they have a new software kids call the air kit two point oh and they are expected to announce some a are games that allow you to play against each other in the same virtual environment as they get ready to launch their official air headset which is planned for twenty twenty otherwise some of the upgrades are going to be more muted minor new features for susie notifications tracking the snow's stock market making video calls sending animal jeez those are those virtual cartoons mac hardware probably not too much of it because last year apple ungraded upgraded nearly its entire mac line and they are looking at refreshing the macbook pro and twelve inch mac book as well as the macbook air with some new intel chips we're going to be looking at maybe some new apple watches with a slightly edge to edge screen and the home pod actually is gonna get stereo and.
Flu twice as deadly in Iowa this season
"Center i'm michael williams a measure on water and infrastructure has passed committee oversight part of the bill funds a monitoring system on the missouri river to prevent a flood like what happened in two thousand eleven according to senator mike rounds what this is is this would actually give us more data on the planes snowpack the amount of water in the soil so we have not just the the mountain snow pack that we'd be able to measure but also the plane snowpack the bill also includes bank stabilization on parts of the river iowa health officials say the flu kill more than twice as many residents this year this past winter as the year before the iowa department of public health reported friday that twitter and seventy people in iowa died from the flu in the season starting last fall that compares to one hundred thirty three flu deaths over the same period of time a year earlier the receiver of the nineteen nursing homes formerly run by skyline healthcare says that have stabilized their operation black hills receiver llc issued a news release which notes it's stable physician efforts black hill says employees are being paid on time their healthcare benefits are secure and residents are receiving good care one of the nineteen facilities is in sioux falls covington healthcare center todd kello dot com news south dakota tourism.
Two top FBI officials who worked with Comey leave the bureau, report says
"And the ad council to people involved in the events surrounding the russia investigation as well as other recent controversies of the fbi of left the bureau lisa page served as a legal advisor to both james comey and his deputy andrew mccabe and was also a member of special counsel robert muller's team until justice department investigators uncovered text messages between her and top fbi agent peter struck which were highly critical vin presidential candidate donald trump jim baker is the other top official whose left the bureau baker was one of jim commes closest aides and served as the fbi's top lawyer he was reassigned late last year after the justice department investigated him for allegedly leaking classified information to a reporter about the socalled trump dossier garrett tenny demonstrators and russia protested the impending inauguration vladimir putin's fourth presidential term protest took place in moscow and petersburg and several other key russian cities and towns the atmosphere was heated with demonstrators shouting shame and waving anti corruption placards this moscow protests wasn't authorized by the government police in riot gear were quick to crack down and cleared the demonstrators in a matter of hours hundreds of activists were arrested around the country sometimes with force amongst those detained was opposition leader aleksei nevada who organized rallies in london kitty logan fox news new york city mayor rudy giuliani suggesting three americans being held in north korea will soon be released there is a good chance that three on time hostages in north korea will be released over the next several days i pray i pray that that happens but that didn't happen accidentally giuliani speaking of the iran freedom convention for democracy and human rights in washington dc.
Hawaii residents on Big Island under threat of lava, earthquakes and gas
"Dell's yesterday the president addressed the nra convention in dallas he blamed the strict gun laws in france or one of the terrorist attacks in paris they took their time and them down one by one come over here come over here the nra convention continues today with protests in the city from people supporting and opposing stricter gun laws almost two thousand people on a wise big island had been evacuated the eruption of the killer way of volcano continues to generate earthquakes and spread sulfur gas several earthquakes have been happening on the big island over the past week and in the days before friday afternoons magnitude six point nine the us geological survey measured to earthquakes above magnitude five wendy stovall deputy scientists in charge of yellowstone volcano observatory with the us gs says there are presently two eruptions going on kilowatt there's a lovely that's at the summit and a big crater and then there's this fissure eruption down in them that rift zone is where residents have been evacuated from leila's states and some surrounding areas some of the residents thursday reported seeing fissures in the ground where lava was coming out jessica rosenthal fox news.
Former NFL star Colin Kaepernick kneeling protests earn Amnesty International honour
"Stomach cramps jill nato fox news amnesty international honoring former nfl quarterback colin kaepernick today in amsterdam with its two thousand eighteen embassador of conscience award for his peaceful protests against racial inequality cabernet now famous for taking a knee during the national anthem while playing for the forty niners in two thousand sixteen is a form of protest paul stevens fox news radio it's your stomach again subway has all new.
South Dakota e-commerce sale tax fight reaches U.S. Supreme Court
"Of the area interstate ninety two reverend city and interstate twenty nine hundred north dakota line are closed this winter storm is on us humans it's even tougher on newborn calves south dakota eggs secretary mike jaspers obviously what the storm that everybody is hearing about the knowing about this definitely brutal on these little baby calves that are everywhere across the countryside gestures farms thirty miles west of sioux falls regional airport is closed until seven o'clock tonight because of the blizzard manager down alert says runways will not be safe visibility is really a concern and and even if we weren't closing the visibility would be so poor that no flights to be operating anyway nobody's more frustrated than littler he was planning to head on to san diego this morning south dakota attorney general marty jackley welby before the us supreme court on tuesday he will be doing the state's case for imposing sales taxes and out of state online retailers he says the cases about main street south dakota we're fighting for mainstream businesses we're fighting to give those main street businesses that even playing field jacqueline is hoping the court releases an.
14-year-old boy charged following alleged threat at Sioux Falls school
"News center i'm standing allen in light of the threat of fourteen year old boy made on social media against memorial middle school school officials say parents need to be sioux falls since superintendent james on social media the parents really need to work with their children and talk to him about the fact that what they put out there is not a joke and it can ever be taken as a job those things it'd be taken very seriously by the school district by the community police say a number of parents and students didn't notify them of the threat no matter where you live agriculture drives business terry's remember they convention and visitors bureau says it has an effect on super bowls all of us and one of those ways is people deciding okay maybe i can cut back by not staying overnight or not taking that extra little leisure trip and that affects business in towns like sioux falls and all around the country maybe they don't stay overnight schmidt says some of the people that various trade shows so far falls and rapid city have people driving home each day rather than staying overnight governor do guys signed his last bill peer friday this is my last bill as governor and i must say it's been a great learning experience and a wonderful privilege to serve as governor and participate with the legislature in in making or repealing laws with the end of the legislative session on my day he will go back to the executive branch duties or what he calls the final sprint to the end from hawk producers in iowa to apple growers in washington state and rimac winemakers in california farmers are expressing deep disappointment over being put in the middle of a potential trade war with china by the president and many of them helped elect after president trump announced plans to impose tariffs on products including chinese steel china responded friday was a slap tariffs on a variety of us products including park wine apples ethanol and stainless steel pipe from the color dot com news center i'm staying ally the news never stops kello news talk one zero seven point nine the news.
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"The light snow has ended by the clouds will hang around it will be a partly to mostly cloudy day and it will be cold are afternoon high just eight above within our 3s five fifteen miles an hour tomorrow saturday mostly sunny not much warmer a high of eleven with a light west breeze sunday sunny warming to twenty two from the storm sarah kelo antid i'm meteorologist jay throwback the world comes actually pretty fast we'll help you make sense have it all shadow newstalk 1320 1079 and kelocom two no and yes move path bruce rabin hello yeah the whereas you're listening to coast to coast am with george noory hey come aboard and joined the coast insiders club it's a great club it's.
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"The clouds will hang around it will be a partly to mostly cloudy day and it will be cold are afternoon high just eight above within our 3s fired fifteen miles an hour tomorrow saturday mostly sunny now much warmer a high of eleven were the light west breeze sunday sunny warming to twenty two from the storm sarah kelo antid i'm meteorologist j tobin if it matters to you you'll hear it on kelo all day every day kelo newstalk 1320 1079 emme because as a species we arab biological success story we have gone lowering but now the rdr nestle many pizzas that cannot support more people even experts at one one happens was he could game 4 5 billion fix seven back to match more than half off of the world population ib julie by night and the the numbers in life if these forces would continue dipped would mean of the side of the nation i am than forced there is no greater threat the thing that includes in greens in the global june engineering programs short of nuclear catastrophe the very distribution process as being in the are so many piloting the weather crops ticky over the the food production for controlling the food production in military application to talk about the style on the brink of a moment diseases for which we had roku on check speculation words will overtake sleep less than sixteen the cecil his his tu wien nbn gordon i propose end on odds street.
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"Kelo news time is 80 three from the kelocom news center i'm nick hill two inmates at the many hahad county jail nearly died this week from opioid overdoses county sheriff mike mill stead says nor can was quickly administered within minutes both of these individuals came back from the brink of death the drugs were somehow smuggled into the jail mills stead says since a fatal dose can be no bigger than a couple of grains of salt it's tough stopping at one hundred percent mark rousseau kelocom news a plan to raise the tobacco tax to help tech schools was snuffed out in house committee in pierre today jim hood with the south dakota retailers spoke against the tax hike this type of attacks tax increase would cause more black market activity android more busy mrs sir two surrounding staged sponsor mark mickelson says the tobacco hike would have helped make tech school tuition more competitive with surrounding states a south dakota house panel has approved a bill that would require ballot measure campaigns that accept money from outside south dakota to put a disclaimer on their advertisements how state affairs committee tuesday voted to advance the bill to the chamber's floor campaigns that accept funds from outside the state would have to include the disclaimer on communications such as brochures billboards and broadcast advertisements it would read paid for in part with out of state money todd up kelo dot com news printed flyers in the whittier neighborhood asking if owners want to sell their homes for cash have disturbed at least one elderly resident judy on north french private it was a scam not maybe come out the flyer asked you to call if you're interested so we called wayne wayne says he is with a group of investors who buy houses for cash for rental properties they distribute hundreds of flyers a week if you don't like the flyer just burn it up pieces from the kelocom new center i'm nick kill the new rooms never stops kelo newstalk 1320 1079 clouds continue to move in our overnight low six and we could see a few light snow flurries but the real snow comes in tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night weather advisory posted two to five inches what we're expecting this area general reedus give or take around sioux falls a high on thursday of twenty with the light east reads firm storms sarah catalan tv i'm meteorologist jaderow bag having trouble receiving.
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"1079 in fronting these horrible dangers we know that weakness is the surest path to conflict and unmatched power is the surest means to our true and great defense for this reason i am asking congress to end the dangerous defensive question and fullyfunded our great military president trump last night if his state of the union speech see thirty seven mostly clear 24 you're a kelo want to get your reaction to the president's state of the union address last night four lines are open three three six 1320 is our number three three six 1320 one eight hundred two two eight forty four thirty five anything last night that the president said that's that's that stood out most teen you what was it three three six 1320 one eight hundred two two eight forty four thirty five at the president touch them a lot of things on the a and i thought i i he's a little nervous to me remind wrong about that he seemed a little nervous to me um the he's usually a little bit more affable than i thought he came across last night i dunno of maybe his people were telling him to be serious is certainly was i thought last night reaching out two of the democrats to work with him on the issue but he made it very very clear on this issue of the dreamers and the that that the border wall is going to be a part of that fact he have four points that he made as as part of that daca deal president said uh there were four points the first being the dreamers and eat at ashley of twelveyear process them for them to become citizens um so uh it it it would be would actually be lengthy press and he made it and he said um they're going to have to you know b lawabiding and want to be citizens and an mp brit that so it's not just the just because you're here uh you get it and our fifth.
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"Partly cloudy skies with areas of fog for the overnight fall the twenty five degrees for olovo south wednesday ten to fifteen miles per hour the becoming mostly sunny during the day with a high temperature of forty five south west wind of 10 to 20 kinda saturday a little cooler for the passage of a cold front of a high temperature 37 with partly cloudy sky when a couple and like doppler stormcenter comps goblins if it matters to you you'll hear it on kelo all day every day kelo newstalk 1320 1079 hmm police say a little ellen hello little alone annan rumbles city of angels near the pacific ocean good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world arm george noory and welcome to coast to coast am next hour investigative reporter luna molten all georgia's followed by conversations with lens asked here's what's happening sad story in oregon like most eightyearold little boys liam flanagan which used to getting a few scrapes and bruises here and there nothing major so the second greater took a tumble off his bike on the driveway of his family's farm and pilot rock oregon had suffered at large gash on the thigh teed it in panic what his mom rushed him to the emergency room where he was given seven stitches the doctor slapped a bandaid giana m gave his mother's some follow up instructions and flanagan was on his way home the mother assumed a little boy would be just fine but within days flanagan's pain seem to get worse she gave him some tylenol to try to ease the pain but he continued to a cancer precaution she decided.
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"The suit falls in the shot an area will cease heavy to moderate snowfall movin from the south as temperatures dipped to near twenty six foreign overnight low with breezy north wind the twenty to thirty miles per but gusts could well over forty miles per hour and the blowing snow will likely continue through the monday morning hours but monday afternoon the snow looks to move out of here ira twenty eight for the kellyanne lot deppler beach new stormcenter nine meterologist brian smith kelo let's talk 1320 1079 are you the perfect target for hackers are you i mean you might be wondering of course i'm too smart for that well in this week's commando on demand podcasts we actually talk about how hackers are now using our emotions got a little clip from the podcast we can come to a situation where i was late 20s where they tried to use commission they pulled off and help i believe for more line sharing on facebook and then try just get my parents were now in their 80s to try to get them to give money to get him out of prison in dominican republic shabonov thing so here's a situation where the problem with teams was not only welcome down the sherry that they do that can be used to create a scam to get someone else so i would really encourage you to listen to this week's commando ondemand podcast as well as share it out and in case you're not already getting our commando ondemand pug is is is not the kim commandos show by the way uh those are available for kids but members commando ondemand packets are absolutely free it over to commando dot com slash podcast you're going to learn a slew of new things or if you're on i two are.
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"That's two seven five thirty one eighty one for bros ross re america on the more just rose for short south phillips avenue downtown's who falls we're good friends me good food the overnight hours here in the suit falls in the area will be clearer where could see a few clouds try to move in from the west temperatures will fall to near twenty six for an overnight low south when that 5 to 10 miles per hour for the rest of your sunny we're going to keep seeing clouds increasing throughout the dates were looked at mostly cloudy skies in the afternoon i will be near fifty four with south when the 10 to 20 critical and locked up three she stormcenter grant smith point you want to feel plugged into the community and keep in amman kelo newstalk 1320 1079 and kelocom our new aiming renewing lorde these days brandin cooks i guess we know this oh neil young journeys another and his driver behind the curtain who nneed the mm.
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"And a very good morning to you a everybody welcome to the chance my name's rich larsen and we are live here on kelo 1320 a m 1079 news stock and ladies and gentlemen deriving down the road boy the foot hard going hired big time hair is keen on the now i here your live keno thalji here's gold nearing what's wrong with that okay as long as we're good i bet you at introduced me already i daytoday joshi already i'm just now here annually anybody who can't oh my gosh we got a party going on there good morning gene all houria i am doing pant they get those a pleasure to be and of course eupol van being on the air on the camps and morita jackson you're going to jackson y k her go thing it i don't think they want to hear that this morning so yes my co host ginosar on his way to jackson tell everybody in the world what you're going to jackson four gino all of really cool especially at my age you don't expect something like that i'm not going to mention what my age is however uh mp record label or which is owned by default some from my megadeath signed us and uh he's opening a new coffee shop in jackson and if you are in jackson and can hear a spike i'll add or other you can but we are going to be there shortly and the wrong fuel ban we'll be performing this morning what a wakeup that'll be out megadeath coffee shop that copies about that i love it i love it my gosh all of that sounds pretty exciting my wish you are here right with me in the studio but i'm glad you take a few minutes to be on the phone here this morning and be with us here at the chant we have a beautiful morning sun's out this morning looks like this weather staying away we always start our little show off talking about the weather and isn't that canonized we haven't had any of that white stuff yet yet oh yeah and i'm not looking forward to that my matter of fact i'm i'd like to keep this year sunshine and or do what is it uh uh twenty nine degrees kills more like forty i guess i'm getting acclimated area go there you go.
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"The arthritic foot and the diabetic foot stop if it my feet east arrowhead parkway and across from pima states on south minnesota avenue sue falls a few clouds now drifting into kelo land our morning low about forty three degrees at during the day today the big story is the wins under partly cloudy skies above the northwest with twenty to thirty five miles an hour and a cooler day a high of only fifty four tomorrow a couple of snow flurries possible there all morning it'll be breezy poli high of thirty nine from the storm center i'm meteorologist j drawback were the only race that matters he's no race for a better informed public kelo newstalk 1320 1079 and kelocom oh god yeah yeah the ground zero the numbers scott the aaa you should killing.
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"It matters to you you'll hear it on kelo all day every day kelo newstalk 1320 1079 i think assange has become a cut near listing opportunist who does the bidding of a dictator emigrate great legislator selfpromotion is a terrible thing but clearly somebody has to do it but will not get the job done and i'm not going to blame myself i'll be honest they are not getting the cia because i'm not happy about it and a lot of people are happy about it wholly in oh list well revolution sean information on more goldens tires final news roundup and information overload hour two fear the world we have organized and led the three quarters of a century to abandon the ideals we of advance around the glow to refuse the obligations of international leadership and our duty to remain the last best hope of earth for the sake of some halfbaked furry ish nationalism cooked up by people who would rather find scapegoats and shaath problems he says unpatriotic as attachment to any other tired dogma of the past that americans consigned to the edge chee dash heap of history no idea what has happened though jeff senator john mccain news roundup information overload hour eight hundred nine for one sean if you wanna be a part of the program we've been talking at length on how donald trump is totally almost singlehandedly now dismantling obama's imperial presidency and the latest on the iranian deal and the latest on the healthcare deal last week as the two biggest examples donald trump and none of 'course regard steve bannon saying that what's happening with what happened in alabama is just the beginning declaring war on the establishment rhino republican party that has yet to get anything done mitch mcconnell was literally ground zero in this battle unnerves fight joining us now a senator rand paul lewis very instrumental in getting the press president to pay attention to those 1974 law that exempted corporations that had businesses and different states it allowed these businesses to buy their health care across state lines and basically it was a cooperative and they warn subject to the burden of state law nor of the subject to the burdens of the aca obamacare rules regulate shen's and now people can form their own cooperations associations and they have the ability to have the same benefits that the corporations do that means the.
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"To you by kelo and billion automotive clouds of in streaming into the area all night from the west and south and we could have some sprinkles or some drizzle here now only this morning but this afternoon as well shitting amounts much maybe couple of tens of an inch of rainfall otherwise other cloudy skies today's high sixty four little better chance of rain tomorrow we'll have a cloudy fifty nine from the storm sarah kelo antid i'm meteorologist j troll that pows this for a foursome limbaugh hannity levin and savage fourcolored four reasons calloway's getting this sue empire talking kelo newstalk 1320 1079 massachusetts good good good i want to touch base with you on a a couple things i to make some clarifications first of all an empty forty or an empty forty bravo shoots of thirty caliber round uh or 300 way and that's going to be a larger showcasing 955 fixes are the twotothree that were depicted in the photograph um i also on a to make mention of our caller called in and talk to both the the bell how has clipped the hold the brass together mother michelle so the browns now the shells get eject it out one side and the the clips for the bell projected up the opposite side in khanna sit right there while you were the shooter is located so you probably wouldn't be able to see those clips and the photo uh do they would be in a different orientation on the shelves plus why was closer to wear the guns were doing the firing than men near here so that's what i'm saying absolutely and uh in in respect to four of the the actual gunman the blood and everything another little volver enough photo and if if my gun experience which is extensive i worked for a gun manufacturer and i've had a lot of training and i am a law enforcement officer massachusetts i uh i know that that that the probably a thirty eight caliber or possibly even a nine millimeter revolver most likely a thirty eight special now if someone shoots himself in the head with a thirty eight it's not uncommon for the for the project stay in the skull and not exactly come out um usually 38 special kind of and install powerful loud but it is anaemic in terms of other looked.
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"You by kelo and billion automotive there's one man on this earth who really truly gets it now what's going on in this country ladies and gentleman is the democrat party is destroying it fits destroying the rule of law all pretending it supports there were local it's destroying freespeech while pretending it supports free speak it's destroying the constitution while waiving the constitution around i tell you this over and over and over again they stand for the opposite of what they say mark live weeknights five to wait kelo newstalk 1320 1079 let's get this of halls i chris disagrees with me he's in atlanta news talk wsb what's up chris how are you glad you called dortha i'm good how are you sir i'm door gray a burger the united states does not call romir son a bitch air what what what would you what would you do sean if you're sean how and were sent homebuyers school because he chose to call another kid who show knack banda for the national lasko of a bitch how would you discipline am or whatever you're sean told you hurt the predator the united states call grow mandate there and i know you've never kirsten your home your perfect grind your your your your your no i'm out are you would disciplined you're going to give me an answer i'm gonna answer your question he ready all what if somebody's pit in the eye of a member of the military and a uniform say in an airport i'm asking you acquired mansarray honor answering your question now follow long watched the bouncing ball listened closely i'm answering a question what if somebody sees of a guy in uniform and an airport and spits in his face is that guy is son bitch if very honorable bid for spitting somebody crate yes absolutely year a he'd react who that currently happening now okay now i'm going to answer your question i'm glad you i'm glad you answer that way because for those people that did fight for this country and those people that are free she all that fought under that flag and they see people politicizing the anthem politicizing the flu lag and not honoring the men who fought bled and.