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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Is the big show. And it's clean water Wednesday on the big show. On, Kirkwood community colleges campus today in our hostess Scott earned the Dean of the Agriculture School here. A Nice enough to host us for Expo last year and let us come back. So first of all, thank Scott for Lennon's back on campus it's always a pleasure to host. The big show here Kirkwood absolutely, and we love being here. Of course, means alarm. It's like old home week coming back here and where it all began. You guys do some great work as we've been talking about with our friends at the National Association the corn growers. Association practical farmers in the Soil Health Partnership here all designed around improving water quality and really here in the perfect location to do it. Because you're sort of on the edge of the urban area, the benefits and can show what the rural folks are doing to help. Yeah. That blend of of the urban rural population here for we're right on the edge cedar rapids. We've got some perfect opportunities to showcase modern agriculture production. You know we we believe in in PR, protecting our our water and soil resources there my team folks here have partnered with. Organizations such as Iowa corn growers. In the National Health Partnership there to enhance our curriculum curriculum showcase in a farming practices, and in protecting our environment at the same time, and that work is partially responsible for being named the top ex school in the country here. Right and we're very proud of that to be one of the top community colleges in the nation here. we have strong faculty. That deliver an excellent curriculum were preparing that future generation of workforce to go out and agriculture absolutely in one of those excellent faculty that you're talking about his shushing the the the head dude when it comes to grammy the The all knowing plant scientist I guess Thanks for the kind words but when you go through the last couple of years of wet and wind. All bets are off on trying to predict what these crops are going to do, and that's about right but presents learning opportunity tolstoy. Absolutely. That's the Nice thing about working here at Kirkwood is even when Mother Nature kind of deals us. A unique situation it does give us a unique learning opportunity. We're able to talk to students about dealing with situations whether that's too much water wind drought etcetera. So what'd you learn this year with your soil health partnership trials you know you know I think Travis probably talked about it a little bit You know the the benefit of having those cover crops that windstorm really seem to play some benefits We noticed there Steph went better standard building, some of those spots where we had cover crops and I think better yield. As. Well, when you go back and look at the date and really start tearing it apart. But at least you know from the first trip that field we definitely saw benefit from it. So now, what Lisa was talking about understanding that the next steps role is that we all have to embrace you guys have obviously embraced the role in terms of caring for the environment absolutely saly helping to improve water quality and music means that we'll have to end the conversation there for now, but it's been great to be here today guys. Thanks again. Jesse Nickens Scott the Dean College Becker Culture here at Kirkwood community college make thanks to Leeson. And Dustin and all the folks here at Kirkwood for hosting us on a clean water Wednesday. Water and I was starts here wherever you are and we all have a role to play today Lynn County on the big show..

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"In Cyril rise is the main one. It's It's has good flexibility and ease of management. Some. Guys do go into two or three way mix including oats and radishes rapeseed and clover for various reasons. But you know a lot of guys started off with civil rights. It's easy easy to work with. Lisa. Lisa cubic with the soil health partnership it doesn't have to be the whole farm and it doesn't have to be forty species. Right? You can say ten acres. Out Crazy twelve way mixed I know. About them and those are great. They do some great things. But to get started try one species tribe maybe to try something we find that the average seed cost is only fifteen dollars breaker. So, it's affordable and There are many different options to get involved. We'll talk some more here with the Scott Josh Hosa Kirkwood coming up clean water and. Starts here and today here's at Kirkwood community college forty, five three big things you need to know now brought to you by the I beam association funded by the sledding checkoff. Understanding, the numbers from three. USDA agencies to. Calculate. Corn Soybean, and we'd each calculation is slightly different and used for unique purpose according to University of Illinois Air Economist Rather Gary Schnittke Mass was the first and they're charged with coming up with. information relative to production in the United States and they do calculate the yields have done. So for a very long time. Yeah and he says, they're a little different method. Oh, than the essay and the RMA as they all perform different functions. Cooler wetter winter at least here in the north. That's the latest prediction from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration releasing their US winter outlook. Now, they also indicated that whether impacts from an ongoing La Nina could be important when it comes to the winter weather here in Iowa. Clean Water and starts here today. Here's Kirkwood community college with our friends at the National Corridors Association Corn Growers Association soil, Health Partnership and practical farmers viable focusing in part on the value and importance of cover crops over six seventeen, hundred acres here. In the state we've seen all sorts of different things but year over year were really wanting to look at how that's changing. Helping us, better understand the role that we all have to play better embrace the role that we have to play in order to continue making progress on improving water quality twenty, seven those are three big things you need to know make every acre of soybeans your most productive benefit from objective third party insights of Iowa Soybean Association Research Center for Farming Innovation funded by the soybean checkoff get started at ace beans.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Thirty six big show like my go to the big show. Hey, being brought to you by the gang near it hurts real estate services, farmland, auction brokerage, and evaluations. Big. Thank you to hurts real estate services as we continue our candidate profiles here on the show Nathan Fisher here again on the bill as we continue our series of candidate profiles, introducing you to the candidates for the House and Senate here in Iowa, joining me today is second district destroyed candidate Rita Heart. She is from Charles City Iowa and spent twenty years in education. Now, running for the House of Representatives. Thank you for joining me today. How are you doing I? Am Great and it's great to be here. Today Nathan thanks so much and we're happy to have you to start your tell me about your background in agriculture. I'm a lifelong farmer. I've been on the farm nearly my entire life I grew up on a dairy farm outside of Charles City Iowa and we had. A. Typical farming operation I think back in those days where we we raised seventy head of dairy cows and then we also raised dogs and feeder cattle and We had corn and soybeans, of course, and a lot of Hay ground, a lot of pasture grounded. So I had a great growing up years having responsibility and learning how to work hard and then I left there and got my teaching degree and came to Eastern Iowa ended up in eastern because I did. My student teaching in Clinton and met my husband here and I started teaching in rural schools. I taught for over twenty years into small rural schools upon I got married and we started a farm here in Nineteen eighty-six south of the little town of wheat land on raised our five children here while I taught and we farmed to end a now I'm happy to be running for Congress here representing district to which is a rural district that I. Look Forward to representing. The role of the EPA in regards to farming in agriculture here in the state of Iowa I think the EPA needs to conduct its mission of protecting the environment. But in order to do that, we have to have a very close relationship with farmers I. I was very fortunate I think that my dad was a conservationist long before his time we were one of the first farms in our area there in our neighborhood to put in terraces he was he served on the Soil Conservation Board he was a county supervisor and he was. Always, talking about out soil health and about what we can't do to you know leave our farm better for the next generation, and that's what the role is of the EPA is to help us get there and so So we've got to to me Um have farmers at the helm because we still you know farmers have to be financially successful, but we have a desire to make sure that we are doing the things bet improve the soil that clean up the water that we have an opportunity to sequester carbon and so. Again the EPA has to follow its mission and the only way that we're going to get that mission accomplished as if farmers are at the at the lead in those kinds of conversations another one of the the big issues here in the state of Iowa in in this election here is talking about the availability of row broadband. You have especially in twenty twenty telecommuting telehealth where we're doing zoom interview right now what would your? What would your ideas be or expanding broadband to get all of? Iowa. Connect. So important and it's kind of frustrating that aren't further along on that than we are. So you I know that there's some work being done right now on the data on the maps to make sure that we know where where we still have work to do. But it's clear that we've got lots of gaps as a teacher myself I recognize what a what a struggle it is right now when we've got schools that are shut down some, some are doing hybrid learning so we're doing all online. Learning certainly got to be a priority that every student have this has the same access and opportunity that any other student has. It's also really important for our small businesses, and as we know here in rural Iowa, the small businesses who are against struggling right now are small towns are really struggling to survive and the backbone of that is a small businesses and small businesses can be much more successful in the mar access they have to high speed broadband also in our farmers, of course, have to have. Access if they're gonNA use this use the technology that's available to us. It has to be available in every farm that we that we work on and so that's not only important today for the farmers that are out there right now who are struggling to have broadband where they need it. But if we're going to bring in young farmers which we need to and I hope we are GonNa take steps to do more things so that there's possibilities for easier possibilities for our young people to. Stay involved in farming the future here is dependent upon the technology. A one final question here for you what can we do What policies do you think we can enact to help ensure that we have adequate healthcare across all of Rural Iowa here in district two we have a pretty elderly population and we also have a good rural hospital system, but it's under duress. It was under duress before the pandemic and It's only made the pandemic is only made that more challenging, and so we've got to take some steps to to A. To address the challenges that role hospitals are facing. One of those is our Medicare reimbursement rate that we have to work harder to get that Medicare reimbursement rate up to keep these rural hospitals going on we certainly can't go backwards and so we've got to make sure that we've got an accessible affordable a system for all of us because we like living out here in rural Iowa and and we can't do that if we can't be healthy having was rural hospitals close by mixed such different. So we've got make that a priority. Thank you again for. Joining us that is Democratic candidate for the Second Congressional district here in Iowa read a heart. Thank you so much for joining us today making a great pleasure. Thank you. The pleasure is all mine Johnson. We'll be back with US tomorrow. She'll be sitting down with the Republican candidate for the Second District Marionette Miller makes for now I'm Nathan Fisher on the big show. All right wonderful job there with the candidate profile not only read a heart but here the past week or so Nathan. Fisher filling a CNN in helping us be informed before we. Go cast our ballots here in a couple of weeks clean water start hearing eighty Peterson of the big show from Kirkwood community college today as a clean water and I was starts in Linn County, wherever you are we all have a role to play Dustin Rutgers. Your National Guards Association in the Soil Health Partnership bringing you impart with the Iowa Corn Growers, association and Practical Farmers in Iowa, the clean water Wednesday broadcast today, obviously Justin. We've heard a lot about the value of cover crops seen firsthand through trials here at Kirkwood through trials in the area. and so that needs to expand. That's an effort that we need to take upon ourselves. What's a good way or a couple of ways to get started and get involved? Yeah. Absolutely. A part of our program as we were connected surveys with a lot of our growers to see what they're doing, what's working for them. What doesn't work for them how to apply how they like to apply their cover crops in seattle goes and we did a good cup report this past year where we've we learn a lot. No forty three, forty, seven percent of our farmers are using a just a single species to get started.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"And predicting yields throughout the year for crops like corn soybean and wheat according to University of Illinois, Extension Economist, Gary, Schnittke Mass, who's the first and they're charged with up with. Information relative to production in the United? States, and they do calculate the yields and have done. So for a very long time, but he says, those calculations are slightly different than say an RMA which also releases numbers throughout the Year of course, FSA uses the RMA yields as a base but adjust legislative intent when developing different payment models. Cooler and wetter. That is the prediction for winter the latest one at least from the National OC Oceanic and atmospheric administration at least four north. They're expecting a dry warm winter down in the South forecasters at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's climate prediction center are also closely monitoring persistent drought through the winter months ahead currently large areas of the drought extend over the western half of the US parts of the northeast also experiencing drought and near record low stream flows. What have been average conditions are most likely across the northern tier of the US extending from the Pacific northwest across the northern plains, the Great Lakes and into the Ohio Valley. Clean Water and I start here today here's in. Linn County Kirkwood. Community College with our friends at the National Quarter Always Association, the Soil Health Partnership. The practical farmers of Iowa talking about the benefits of cover crops and the results measuring the results impacting water quality here at Kirkwood over six seventeen, hundred acres here in the state we've seen all sorts of different things but year over year were really wanting to look at how that's changing. What we can learn and how we can do a better which lisa cubic with the National Corn Growers Association. So health partnerships says his one of the benefits partnering with the Community College here Kirkwood. We'll talk more about this. Of course in you could see a little bit of live video coming up on social media at big farm. As we continue eleven forty seven in those are big things you need to know make every acre of soybeans, your most productive benefit from objective third party insights of Iowa Soybean Associations Research Center for farming innovation funded by the soybean checkoff get started at a subway beans dot com. We're going out in the field coming up here..

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Not applicable to payback your transactions. Other fees may apply shop safe with paypal. Love thirty, six year on the big show clock. By one of the big show, we are celebrating clean water Wednesday also whistles Wednesday, and we'll be checking in with the whistles folks big thing whistles they sponsor our boots on the ground eyeballs out in the field is we're harvesting through this great state of Iowa. They're one of our sponsors for our harvest reports as well. So thanks to whistles being brought you by ag West Commodities Market, partner, more information at go egg west, DOT COM, go avs, west dot com. We've got to run going soybeans again today. Here's what's fueling that run more good news on exports had a sale. Come up one, hundred, thirty, five, thousand metric tons to unknown destination that usually translates into China however, it's unknown right now. But the good news is another sale to talk about also word out of South America that planting is slow there. In fact, a six year low with planting progress, and that is putting some pop into this US soybean and corn market. We'll talk more markets coming up right now though we need to check in with. Andy Peterson. Who has got his waiters on and he is about calf deep and clean water today right out here on the campus of Kirkwood Community College Number One AG program in the country name that couple of years ago my alma mater as well and clean water and I was starts here. It's a clean water. Wednesday today here's in Linn County with our friends at the soil health partnership practical farmers of Iowa in the national corn. Growers Association. Dustin Brooker is here with the soil health partnership and We're talking today dustin primarily about cover crops. You've done some extensive research and we continue to learn how useful they are in terms of cleaning up the water in the state and. yeah. The cover crop programs that we work with unfilled trials here in Iowa and across the Midwest Sixteen States we are looking to improve the water quality coming out of fields You know our cover crops, we try to increase organic matter, improve infiltration store water in the soil there especially in these these drought conditions like we've had this year in the in Iowa on the Upper Midwest making our firms more resilient to the extreme weather. Well, now, somebody may say, okay, drought that means less rain is falling. That means water quality should be less of a challenge, but we're seeing benefits to cover crops even in these drought situations. Right cover crops do a good job of holding the the moisture in place there during these weather conditions We have more time for the the cash cop to to all that water and put the good news. All right. Hand microphone over to Lisa. Cubic with the National Association, the Soil Health Partnership so we're here at Kirkwood daily. So what are we? What are you doing with Josh in the folks here? So here at Kirkwood we are in the fourth year of our trial on on the Kirkwood farm we have a strip trial that we're looking at a cover crop versus a no cover crop. So really trying to compare those two different systems of what's happening when we add a cover crop to field, what what kind of changes are we seeing in the soil and the crops and and just really overall on that farm and hand the microphone over to Josh Haynick Course. Good friend of the big show he's hosted us a few times before. big shot here league grandma's I guess on the Kirkwood. Farm and you guys are always trying to be on the cutting edge. You stay awake at night. That's what keeps you up trying to figure out how we can do better. In this case, it sounds like a water quality and you're making a big difference. Yeah L. here at Kirkwood always trying to pay attention to what are some of the hot button issues and topics in agriculture, and then trying to implement different practices that we can expose the next generation of agriculture to hear. Kirkwood. So, if we can get them out into trials and partner with the great folks. So health partnership and different people in the industry to help develop programs. Then expose students to you know it just reads more educated group of farmers as we move forward and gives them a lot to think about absolutely. So what what have you learned in these trials that you've engaged in? Well, it's been kind of interesting pulling the soil tests. You know look at the increases in organic matter and water holding capacity has really been an interesting thing. For us to look at from from the data standpoint what's been fun working with students out there seeing just the challenges involved with different practices planting into, you know no till and you know versus till ground cover crops and just all the different adjustments that you have to make furniture completely different system. So great talking points and create educational experience well, and that's that's another advantage here is not only are you doing the research and we're seeing the benefits water quality wise. But you're also teaching the next generation of farmers how to do this as well. Yeah, you know one big talking for always have is there's no one right way to farm but there's a lot of different things a farmer producer has to think about and so exposing students to all those different options, all the different things that decisions that they're going to have to make over their career. I think it's a great learning opportunity for them to see those here and interact with. Those ideas here at college, but also being in an urban area. Then there's a I would imagine it direct connection to our urban friends enabled the being able to see what those what those practices, how those practices benefit them in terms of what comes out of their tap. Absolutely as a community college, we are the Communities College and we have had you know you know students as. Well as people from you know the urban environment, you know city leaders You know different folks out here talking about water quality issues you know Cedar. Rapids has done Cedar. Rapids has done a lot of work with the middle Cedar River, project in terms of water quality, and those are great conversations that were able to have not only their students, but you know local leaders as well. Yeah and I actually talked to Mary Beth here yesterday and invited her out today We'll see if she's able to make it the coordinator for the city of Cedar Rapids, which is pretty cool with the initiatives that they're engaged in but I have to ask you a question a couple of years ago when Bob and I were here you let bob playing around with the combine simulate CA-. Still working properly after that, not all is it still working? We've added a sprayer simulator that. Also moves and Rockwood go forth too. So we have we have played around with that a little bit too. So we can get you on that as well. Okay well the the combine simulators survive Bob I. Guess. The sprayer simulator that'll be. Thanks Josh. Josh Nick with the Kirkwood Community College. We'll talk more here with him and with our friends and National Association and this Lille Health Partnership clean water and I was starts here. We all have a role to play, and here we're playing that role in Linn County today at Kirkwood Community College on the big show. I could be all over that simulator. Rain feeling because you know a lot of times. Had a drive in my feel. You know, I mean I I want to become one with the land. And? The feel that seat rocking at what show shall we say the Rolling Hills? Of Madison County you've got a lot of experience that right you bet where the we're the home of the four row corn planner because any more than that we get stuck in the side Hill. So Hey. Speaking of speaking of a of water quality and clean water the folks that can measure a lot of the practices and tell us how they're doing and what we're producing out. There is the Iowa Soybean Association they bring you Andy's. Three big things we need to know and they're supported by the soybean checkoff. Understanding the differences in the numbers from USDA, each calculation is slightly different from the three agencies calculating.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"All of the highlights of the big show our podcast go to iheartradio dot com search they'll big Joe. Number Twenty three on the big show good. Soil health means clean water andy back with US clean water and I was starts here. Today here is at Kirkwood community college with our friends at the soil health partnership in the National Corn Growers, Association and Wade Kansas with us. He's a grower around the Al GonNa Area Wade Wish you could be here with us today but look forward to. Hearing about what all you're doing with with soil health improving soil health, and that's that's benefiting your operation. So welcome big show Wade. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. So tell us a little bit about what you're doing in conjunction with the soil health partnership here on on your farm and so far what benefits you've seen Dan I and family for that matter Kinda got involved in. Looking at some different practices having some focus on water quality several years ago we actually put in a pond. A system and Kinda started there saw some some interesting. Opportunities with that really liked what it was doing just based on both the fact that it was cleaning water but also provided some pretty pretty good wildlife habitat as well on then I had the opportunity When they started this little health partnership, I believe in two thousand, fourteen or fifteen to become a part of that and. My Dad and I were interested in in cover crops That's that's what we were looking at really one to try to maintain the soil minimize the amount of so lost three road, and we do a fair amount of tillage. and. We are fairly heavy continuous corn. So we wanted to look into some opportunities that would would maybe minimize soil loss, but but allows us to stick with some of the practices that we had. So we we began looking at cover crops. Going into standing corn. What we learned was is it's not as easy as one would think. So what we found is the further north you go especially when we get there off talked to farmers north of there as well. We're getting crop getting a cover crop established can be difficult going into standing corn was such a short growing season so We looked at several different ways we use airplanes. We've used a high clearance, cedars We tend to have our best luck with High Clearance Cedars this year we had use an airplane because we're we we do a lot of this we have windstorm and go through tipped it over so we couldn't drive through. So those are the types of learnings that we've seen coming out of as getting establishment we've also. Looked at doing strip till this year, we're going to try a little more strict till on the farm. and. We're probably GONNA look at both corn on corn strip till as well as rotated just to to figure out what what we can do with that I think there's a lot of opportunity. With the Strip till. So if you can't get a cover crop established I I do like what that I do like the concept of till in northern Iowa think did it does minimize the loss of soil? You still have those filtration you still have the ability for that residue to filter water. So those are that's something else we're going to look at I'd say, overall. What we've learned is is covered crops do provide good cover when they establish we we like we like what they do. When we can get them up That would be the only thing is we always tend to fight as establishment if we can get out there early. Or we can time that seating around the road rainfall. That's when we tend to see our best our best establishment. You know some of the issues we've ran into our our In a next of the following spring we tend to see them take off if they if they start growing, they started doing the next spring and so we have to. Come up with some different we control programs to get them under control, but but overall. We're going to continue looking at them We've gone to a little more rotation so I think we're GONNA start looking at him within the rotation we know we can get to stablest on on soybean stubble and. You know maybe start looking at that and going into a more. No. Till situation with coronets the reason I'd like to incorporate strip tilling all this. But I think you know the benefits that we've seen we when when we good establishment, we do see a reduction in soil erosion you can see that driving in the wintertime. Looking at the white snow compared to the black snow where we where we ran a river. So We do like that. We want to definitely keep that up. From water quality perspective. We haven't necessarily taken direct measurements on that but based on what we've seen you know with some of the work we've done with the. Area that we have. We do all it. If you can maintain some type of cover you can keep it green. As long as possible you you are going to improve water quality and minimize those things like nitrogen and phosphorus in the water. How many acres does your Krepon. Drain Way. It's right right around twelve fifty mile. So that's pretty substantial. Yes so There's everything everything right there does flow in there you can see. You can see the creeks that move through there. So we've we've had really good luck with it. Being, an avid pheasant hunter, we also enjoyed that as well. So. Sure You do it all again I take it if given the opportunity definitely. So I've I've had I've actually farmers elsewhere the. Goal Nast and I will always recommend it. They have the opportunity to do it. Well sounds like great stuff weighed. We'll let you get back to farm and harvest in here today and. Hopefully, get together next time talking about clean water in Iowa. Thanks for all of your efforts here with us on the big show. All right. Thanks very much. Go wait can't grower in northwestern. Iowa. Around algona talking about the work that he's done with the soil health partnership clean water starts here. Here's wherever you are. We all have a role to play and obviously weight is adopted.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

08:30 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Lebanon Sabah and on the big show clock, we're standing underneath the big show clocked day. Rub Her hands together trying to keep warm going to break up a couple pieces of furniture ethic stern little fire here if we can get some heat moving across the Hawkeye state today by Gwen. Here the big show and we are doing some clean water Wednesday celebration today friends really check in with Andy in just a moment now as far as whether yes, we are below normal temperature wise and our days high should we hit fifty degrees is still about five six, seven degrees below normal going to be back to more normal temperatures tomorrow and then it looks Like back into the deep freeze for the end of the week. So we'll keep you posted as to whether developments and harvest is moving along and we are celebrating once again, another clean water Wednesday this time and he's gone back to school. He's on the campus there with the folks at Kirkwood Andy What's going on? Yeah they let me on campus Bob and everything at least so far maybe it's date and the proper authorities don't know I'm here and we'll hopefully get this done and out of here before they find now it's great to be back on the campus of community college today my Alma Mater Two thousand and three Kirkwood Graduate Alumni Council. Member for nine years the to serve there, and certainly missed being here this spring with Josh and Scott and the guys during planting in celebration of our celebration of success that didn't happen at generally MC. So great to be here today clean water in Iowa starts here today here's in Linn. County and on the campus of Kirkwood community college with our friends soil health partnership national corridors. Association Dustin Brooker is sitting here with us in Washington Hall first of all, thanks for putting this together for us today. Thanks for having us it's a it's not gonNA be out here with the team and spend our message about we're all about. So tell us more about the sale health partnership in the work you do which the guys here Kirkman right. So we're we're this Flex Sustainability Program of the national. Association we're about nine field managers covering sixteen states. We represent about two hundred farmers with their on farm field trials and we we we'd like to. Preach the soil health practices and combination of practice and we try to get to understand what's going on and what can help them in their in their fields. Soil health better. Soil health leads to better environmental stewardship meaning the water lisa cubic. The that comes out of our taps is cleaner than it's ever been and that's a good thing. Right Oh for sure. For sure and there's a lot of things that go into that A lot of our research is based on cover crops and looking at different reduced tillage practices but it also includes all edgefield practices, wetlands and everything like that. That farmers are are putting in here in the state of Iowa. So according to that research, didn't what if you works? So. We actually have six years of year-over-year data on A number of our farms We've got twenty seven trials here in Iowa of those trials twenty three of them, our cover crop trials. So we're looking pretty heavily on cover crops Covering over six, seventeen, hundred acres here in the state we've seen all sorts of different things but year-over-year were really wanting to look at how that's changing long-term and W-. We can I suppose Dustin continue to. Benefit the soils but also we're doing better than we ever have before and we can measure that now that you're talking about, we have ways to prove that we want to continue to do even better than that. Right we're we're doing on our farm field trials do So health measurements and soil sampling That's the way we can measure some of the the things you don't usually see like A. Look, in a Solo Ganic, matter infiltrations, water holding capacity especially you like this in Iowa whereas the bit drier Those are all beneficial to our to our water functioning in our soil or healthy soils So that's a big part of our of our operations to see if those these new techniques that we're using are trying on different parts of the the whole Stacey, what works, and what doesn't, and how can we can help our farmers improve their so health. Absolutely, improve water quality here in Linn County for the City Cedar Rapids Kirkwood Community College Some Partnership Fund partnerships that we can talk about that are that are going on there. But the bottom line is we all have a role to play clean water search wherever you are and today that is on Kirkwood community college campus with some innovative things that are going on Josh. We'll talk to him coming up here but he he stays awake late at night trying to figure out what these new and exciting trials are GONNA be in the next best thing in order to hear about environmental sustainability. So that's what we're doing here. Bob On the campus of Kirkwood community. College, Clean, water, Wednesday clean water, and I start hearing today here's in. Linn County on the big show. You Bet it is. We need to check in with. Andy again three big things you need to know. Well different calculations as we learn about these USDA reports there three agencies the calculate the yields in each one according to University of Illinois economist Gary Schnittke is just a little bit different who's the first and they're charged with coming up with. Information relative to production in the United States and they do calculate yields and have done. So for a very long time. Yeah. But he says they're formula is a little bit different than say FFA and are a which does lead to some confusion when the government issues reports and a final yield number. Whether Outlook Cooler in the north warmer in the south expected dry warm winter in the south. But Cooler and wetter here in the North according to the National Oceanic and atmospheric. Administration they released their US winter outlook indicating weather impacts from an ongoing on Nina forecasters at the climate prediction center closely monitoring persistent drought during the winter months ahead. But also seeing for the north any wetter condition developing. Clean water starts here today. Here's in Linn County on the campus of Kirkwood Community College with our friends in the national corn growers. In the soil health partnership where Lisa Cubic says, they've really been doing research on planting cover crops which has expanded across the Staverton. Seventeen hundred acres here in the state we've seen all sorts of different things but year-over-year were really wanting to look at how that's changing absolutely into improving water quality, of course, across the state and how we can take the next step. One of the things that they're partnering with Kirkwood on we'll hear more today throughout the course of the big show. It's eleven fifteen. Those are the three big things you need to know. Why we need to find out right now what's going on weather? Wise. Take a look at that European. Forecast because at a sweet country, we'd it's been dragging these markets higher along with other factors as well. We're on an upward trend again today whether during the big show right now, being brought to you by the coalition to support Iowa's farmers they are the folks with questions about the livestock industry here in the state, you may be citing in a new barn you may be. Going to bring a someone back into the farm thinking one of your kids maybe coming back on the farm good way to get them started a lot of as livestock or you want to put some trees up or just maybe a have a conversation with neighbors around there. Let them know what's going on in your Livestock Operation Coalition. Sport. was farmers are the ones to call. They can help you out in all of those things plus a lot more. right now nate what's going on in we'd country in Europe. Yeah. Most of Europe is finding good conditions for their developing winter grains due to some recent showers. It's been raining there for quite a bit over last couple of weeks seeing rain today widespread from the UK on East tour about Poland and also some scattered showers throughout southern Europe and incl- in. Ukraine has seen some recent showers as well here especially over the last weekend and then across into southern Russia. On. Monday. helping benefits some of their crop especially after they've had mostly dry conditions for most of the summer weather on the big show brought to you by the coal to support farmers Bob Win here for the coalition support Iowa's farmers. The coalition provides their services at no cost and.

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The Big Show

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Nine, one. All, I'm fifty five on the big show clock by one of the big show here clouds across a lot of Iowa cooler temperatures things warming up the over the next couple of days. It looks like young Andrew's going to be in the field tomorrow. Well, talking to some folks who are doing some in the field practices anyway Andy as we continue with Clean Water Wednesdays here on the big show well absolutely, and I'm super excited head back out to my Alma Mater Bob Kirkwood Community College of course in Cedar rapids where some may say it all started or some may say that You know maybe it maybe it got delayed I don't know depending on which classes I went to or didn't go to I. Suppose back in the day and hopefully those stories kind of just stay hidden in the quiet but that as it may, it'll be great to see Josh in the gang Scott over at Kirkwood community college tomorrow with our friends at the soil health partnership with the National Corn Growers Association and the Practical Farmers Violent course you and I bob had a lot of fun over there a couple years ago with their Columbine simulator that they've got going on. Yeah You actually got to drive that baby for well I, use the roskill air courts and saying drive for a little bit. Sit there in the seat and run the controls didn't. Big Deal they love the way their. Offerings training to our future agricultural folks. Now, they had some damage didn't they during the duration windstorm? Is that all fixed now Well. We'll get an update on that they did have some damage to some different facilities and In fact, I believe the facility where we held ag Expo. Last year was without part of its roof as a result of the wind and. I'm sure that the crops and the plots and and some other facilities took some damage too. So that's another reason why I want to get out into talk to those folks and see their see their cleanup efforts and and how it's going and You know one of the things, Brian and Ken, the coalition have Reminded reminded us of throughout this whole cleanup process Bob is that actually does provide a bit of an opportunity maybe to improve upon things or. Rethink some things in endurance during rebuilding. So one knowing the kind of innovative leadership that's Gotten Josh Gang provide out there at Kirkwood i. kind of wonder if maybe they have a couple of things up their sleeve that we might be able to hear about for the first time tomorrow. So be and should be good time on the big show at Kirkwood in Cedar Rapids Tomorrow Yeah. No we look. Forward to that another clean water, Wednesday, clean water and I was starts here no matter where you are it starts where that happens to be. So no matter where your ad could be in the seat of your combine could be tractor could be in your shop could be standing your kitchen wherever you are clean water in Iowa starts right there. We're GONNA talk more about that big show coming up. Tomorrow. Also coming up here just a little bit. We're going to be getting some boots on the ground and eyeballs out in the field as we continue to roll harvest along here on the big show..

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"Well coming up on eleven here on the big show block by win the big show with you today who has Mike just said what a difference a day makes We are still looking at some snow on rooftops but Wow. And yesterday was quite a surprise why well we're GONNA be talking more weather ahead some cropping weather coming up. Also, we continue our candidate profiles will be profiling randy fiend strip today he is running against a JD scholten bay brought. You're right now by the practical farmers of Iowa the section segment of the big show brought to you by practical farmers of Iowa and Andy is going to be on the road tomorrow. With clean water Wednesday practical farmers of Iowa. Young. Andrew have joined us on clean water Wednesday. In the past they have been talking about usage of cover crops and I believe that's going to be kind of topic. A for tomorrow was well, absolutely with our friends at Kirkwood Community College, of course, I'm proud.

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

The Big Show

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on The Big Show

"You'll. Oh, six on the big show fly by one of the big show from the Iowa. State fairgrounds today. On behalf of the Iowa Farm Bureau No, you're not talking hearing from farm bureau far. There are no visitors here on the fairgrounds, but we do have some exhibitors today. How about that? WE'RE GONNA be talking to some young folks who are exhibiting at the Iowa state here about to the big show from the Great Iowa State Fair grounds. This is the State Fair special edition. Again will be here for the next three days this week and three days the next week and three days after that how about that? So over the next three weeks will be here nine days courtesy of the Iowa Farm Bureau Big Thank you to those folks and I mentioned that were highlighting young folks showing livestock we have to. Folks from the Iowa Ffa, we have Bronson Forsyth from Charles City to grab onto that microphone. Say hello to us. In foresight. Iowa, fade, vice president, and from Charleston, Iowa and what are you doing the Great Iowa State Fair Today What What's The FFA folks doing today? Yeah. So ever since I could possibly walk when I was really little my family has always at the state fair every single year. So showing up this year with just trailers. Tour S or no people visiting it's very different experience on by this week, the state officers got the opportunity to come help our shows and help out with possibly anything we can. So everything can run smoothly now you're showing as well. Yes I am and I have heard although I don't have confirmation to this, but I have heard that FFA could be sitting a new record with numbers of exhibitors in the Hog Barn this year. Yeah I heard that as well. I heard that on swine numbers and swine Exhibitor Numbers are actually. Staying the same we're actually going up and I think that's that's a really cool opportunity for the swine industry I. Think it's a really cool thing that everybody's trying to get involved in trying to. Try something new or skin involved, but I love the opportunity. Well, we have a young lady who's been working with us Lydia Johnson. She's showing this today as well, but she's going to be talking to some of the folks who are actually showing. So we'll check in with those as well. Nathan Fisher is with us here on grounds at the Great Iowa state, fair as well. Hey, I, want to. Tell you guys about something and maybe you already know about this maybe you don't. But. The. Tractor Yard here used to have. During the fair you know eighty ninety, maybe even a hundred tractors on display and there's there's no tractors on display this year but we'd like to have folks have chance to look at them. and. So what we're asking to do is you FAA members who have worked hard with the folks titan tire because you know these tighten tires are the tractor ride tire and if. You have been working on a project. We'd like to see it. So you send that to either the WHO radio or the W MT Radio Website and you can upload a picture, and then we're going to take a look at them and maybe do something fun with the young folks pictures but we'd sure like to see these finished tractor projects so you. Get on the line there and and email those to us or you can just upload them. I guess directly onto the website we'll talk more about that coming up hey I also with us along with Bronson was is Carson brinks Carson worry from hello my name is Carson Bronx I'm currently serving the northeast district vice president and I am from the small town of Austin Iowa So what what's going on with in northeast Iowa crop-wise tell me about it. We've had a lot of rain lately, but it looks like we're GonNa have a really good yield this year, and we're really excited to see how it all turns out. Are you showing here at the fair I am not. So what what do you? What do you do? What's the officer team kind of doing here? Well, we're looking forward to just being there to help out the members of the exhibitors we're doing our best to help get people checked in smoothly while maintaining social distancing guidelines were also doing our best to help around the shells and wherever we're needed. To tell everybody that Carson here has an FFA facemask on how'd you come across that? We order a few of these through the association have been given them out to. different FA members and facilitators at are different events across the state. Now y'all are wearing some pretty smart looking checked shirts. I think their their their classic Are GonNa Classics Ffa on there, and you said that was one of one of the ones you had to pick out. And the checked one out. Where you're looking pretty sharp here. The back on the farm? What do you do there? What what tell me a little bit about your farm background? Well, on my family farm, we raise about five hundred head of beef cattle. We finish them along with a small farrowing operation we have around three hundred and fifty thousand with around six, thousand, six year. So are you are you not showing candle? Nope I'm just down here for the experience How officers? Now where are you going to school at I will be attending Kirkwood community college this fall. We're at. Cedar rapids in Cedar Rapids Okay because we were just stopped in Monticello Kirkwood's got a building there Monticello. As well so you may see it around what are you studying there automotive technologies. What do you hope to do when you get done besides get a high paying job? Well, I'm actually hoping to go back home and work in a shop for a few years but then the end goal is though hopefully come back to take over the family farm son of a gun carson I didn't ask you grab on that microphone. I didn't ask you where you'RE GONNA just we're you at school. I'M GONNA go to Iowa State and Major Nag Business Oh what year are you? Going to be a freshman this upcoming year. Oh so have you moved? Are you gonNa live on campus I am actually Have you moved in yet. I'm I haven't I think I'm about to move in about a week and a half or so how about that? Well, thank you for stop by and say hello to us. We're GONNA VISIT WITH MORE OF OUR FFA officer team coming up right now though By the way, broadcasting special edition of the Iowa State. Fair we are being brought to you by the Iowa Farm Bureau and we need to find out the three big things. Andy we need to know. Sign up for the corona. Virus Food Assistance. Program, through USDA, in fact, it slowed recently and deputy secretary of Agriculture. See since key says they're a long way from distributing the full sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and trying to figure out why. He net at that to see you know what are the reasons that you know right now we're six point, eight, billion dollars that have been paid out. Now he says he has talked to several producers who have finally gotten the bins cleaned out in running the final numbers, but they know the need is out there and the demand will continue. Expanding drought across the state of Iowa, the new drought monitor the product from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and USDA comes out on Thursday mornings, and it shows now that nearly eighty percent of the state of Iowa is in some sort of drought including nine counties in West Central Iowa. That the where the drought has worsened, that is now D. three extreme drought in the heart of an area that's been without rainfall for much of.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:07 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Thanks for hanging out on this Monday addition of the show busy night I want to get to the calls in just a moment stay put because I've got a lot to say and I ran in here from the other studios I mean I was in the other studios and introducing made saying come on the music I'm like are you kidding me our itself from a little out of breath that is what you're hearing alright look I ask you this question I would you put your listening ears on listen if you're right now in your car listening to the radio turn on the radio seen on your mobile device turn it up turn the volume up because I'm gonna ask you a serious question I want you to weigh in on this calls on hold you can weigh in on this as well do you think that white supremacy is the biggest threat to America or do you think that the laughs attack on Christianity is the biggest threat to America think about that one for a moment seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is that your way into the conversation seven zero two two five seven five three nine six think about this for a moment do you really think it's everything else that they're trying to make you believe or really isn't the attack on patriotism and values and the nuclear family I mean if you're a male and you're a macho guy they tried to label you toxic masculinity they want you to be a metrosexual have you ever noticed that now on TV like if you're watching a sitcom the dad is a do this the mom is the smart one she has all the answers to everything the dads Justin eighty at the you know what drives the the car into the garage door blows up the barbecue or I mean have you noticed there's been the shift and that's why I need to ask you this because look and I'll will college professor declared that he was the anti for and the other thank god he was removed but they found on his Facebook digital footprint saying that he wanted to kill Christians shocking violent posts about killing Christians that is name was a professor Jeff Quinn's men at Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids Iowa he admitted he's part of anti for they removed him but friends are we not seen that there is an attack on Christianity there's an attack on values this is not a religious show but let's just be intellectually honest the majority of America identifies as Christian and I'm not going to apologize for making that comment because that's a fact with a capital what you want to say it's not you see someone has to have the guts to say those very things someone has to have the guts to ask that's fundamental question so when I hear about white supremacy rising and I hear about you know this rising no one's talking about evil rising talking about that I mean my goodness you even have Pete Buttigieg basically stating that he just you know could imagine god would be a Republican well I'll tell you mayor but is Jake how would god not be tied into a conservative thinking in some capacity because of course god's not political I mean it's just stupid to basically even bring that up in the conversation but you know mayor Pete Buttigieg everybody's forgotten about basically is trying to be relevant and he's trying to do that with religion but let's think about it for a moment god I'm sure is not in favor of abortion in the ninth month wouldn't you agree so the left says some horrendous things home rendus things they attack groups but if you say anything back you're a hater if you're a Christian and you say anything back you just basically our old religious and that Bible is just for retail don't put that on me and I mean the truth of the matter is if that was the case why are their bibles in every hotel room in America think about that for a moment why why just think about that for a moment what why is there I mean why for so long did we swear on a Bible actually be you know for for an oath to be administered why do you see the ten commandments in federal building buildings my god have you ever been down to the halls of the Supreme Court think about that for a moment look at the scripture Moses no friends here's the deal the left has lost her mind they're trying to basically say there's no moral compass anymore I mean my gosh you have I mean you've got to hear this clip yourself you've got a here this clip yourself so that you can see the outrageous you can hear for yourself the outrageous things that those on the left really say and you know what they believe it if we can run clip number four trump is as destructive a person in this century as Hitler Stalin and Mao were in the last century he may be responsible for many more million deaths than they were did you hear that did you hear that lunacy and if you're a Democrat how do you how do you defend he basically said that he's like Stalin Hitler Mao and will probably be responsible for millions of more deaths how in the hell does someone get taken seriously but I guess Hey it's CNN and why not because it's Brian Stelter who is a Bozo himself so you tell me who has the hatred and the rhetoric but the media is quiet the media is absolutely quiet just like this other gassed that was on NBC MSNBC saying Democrats must burn down conservatives with no survivors I've seen in figure Luthuli of course aha yeah I mean are you kidding me if a Republican said that about Democrats if the president went on national TV and said that the Republicans must burn down the Democrats with no survivors what do you think would happen so let me ask you this friends in a moving a phone lines again in a promise of go to the other calls he asked his friends where do you think the biggest attack is in our country do you think it's patriotism do you think it's values what's the biggest threat that you see that you're not hearing anybody talk about the biggest threat that you see in your neighborhoods in your communities in your church in your life in your city or town your state because I can guarantee this is certainly not a white supremacy on the rise are the white supremacists yes are they a bunch of races bone heads yes but I'm gonna tell you this there are racists in every culture in every ethnicity but to basically continue to scream that is asinine thinking what do you say about this friends what are your thoughts on the seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is how you win the program let's jump now into our busy calls we've got day even your up next was Steve Sanchez what's on your mind yes free are you know the meaning to call you about this for some time and you you brought up five Nashville on mine for a long time and I think the attack is all Christianity only give your real quick example of what I've experienced sure you can hear me okay I can hear you absolutely okay great I I spend but nine once you're on the road every night I I stay in a hotel since nineteen eighty three I read the Gideon's Bible before I go to bed it's it's like sleeping pill you read the Bible your sleep like a baby you know a lot of people know that well about the last two years Obama's administration I think you major hotel chains over certain hours motion there's no Bible in the room I've never seen that before I go downstairs and I actually did the front desk I don't have a bottle in her room she Sir what we don't have bottles to earn more your actual warrant or you're gonna have to call corporate and she I ran into this many times and I honestly think that the administration had something to do with that but a lot of bibles pulldown hotels because of so many hotels name brand hotels I'm not naming names there were no Bob and this was an attack I think you know I'm glad you said that because I really believe I appreciate you called it I really believe there is an attack on Christianity does some people say oh there he goes with this religious stuff again how's that religious Christianity is a group just like the L. G. B. T. as a group just like your jeep was a group just like black lives matters a group just like satanism is an evil group but for some reason when you speak on Christianity people on the last flip out and I ask myself why are you that embarrassed of your moral compass that is a problem for you I mean because I just read where the Palestinian authority basically vowed that millions of fighters will enter the gates of Jerusalem saying dean will not stop no matter what wares representative to leave he's always throwing Israel under the bus where she had on this I would like her to make a comment on this very topic isn't that dangerous rhetoric isn't that divisive behavior shouldn't that give you areas of concern think about that for a moment radical Islam although not popular to talk about has not gone away do not think for a moment we don't have sleeper cells in this country how long ago was barely a year ago and I believe it was New Mexico where we uncovered that training camp are you going to try to tell me there are not other training camps in this country why haven't they struck yet again Steve I believe they're scared to death of this president even though our representative to leave says that the president is just afraid of women of color even though we had women of color in Congress for decades okay I don't know what makes them so special that you know that from some freedom them because they're women of color well we've had women of color and men of color in Washington DC for a hell of a long time that's ridiculousness that's using the woman card that's using the race card to try to get their agenda forward that's who they are can't you see they look like radical activists more than they do congresswoman I mean I'm looking at right now can't you see have you heard what.

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:01 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Of the show busy night I want to get to the calls in just a moment stay put because I've got a lot to say and I raining here from the other studios I mean I was in the other studios and introducing made saying come on the music I'm like are you kidding me all right so I'm a little out of breath that is what you're hearing alright look I ask you this question I would you put your listening ears on the list. if you're right now in your car listening to the radio turn on the radio. seen on your mobile device turn it up turn the volume up. because I'm gonna ask you a serious question I want you to weigh in on this. calls on hold you can weigh in on this as well. do you think. that white supremacy. is the biggest threat to America. or do you think that the laughs attack on Christianity. is the biggest threat to America. think about that one for a moment seven zero two two five seven five three nine six. is how you way into the conversation seven zero two two five seven five three nine six think about this for a moment. do you really think it's everything else that they're trying to make you believe or really isn't the attack on patriotism and values and the nuclear family I mean if you're a male and you're a macho guy they tried to label you toxic masculinity. they want you to be a metrosexual. have you ever noticed that now on TV like if you're watching a sitcom the dad is a do this the mom is the smart one she has all the answers to everything the dads Justin eighty at the you know what drives the the car into the garage door blows up the barbecue or I mean have you noticed there's been the shift and that's why I need to ask you this because look and I'll will college professor declared that he was the anti for. and they are thank god he was removed but they found on his Facebook digital footprint saying that he wanted to kill Christians shocking violent posts about killing Christians that is name was a professor Jeff Quinn's men at Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids Iowa he admitted he's part of anti for they removed him but friends are we not seen that there is an attack on Christianity there's an attack on values this is not a religious show but let's just be intellectually honest the majority of America identifies as Christian and I'm not going to apologize for making that comment because that's a fact with a capital. what you want to say it's not. you see someone has to have the guts. to say those very things someone has to have the guts to ask that's fundamental question. so when I hear about white supremacy rising and I hear about you know this rising no one's talking about evil rising. talking about that I mean my goodness you even have Pete Buttigieg basically stating that he just you know would imagine god would be a Republican. well I'll tell you mayor but is Jake. how. would god not be. tied into a conservative thinking in some capacity because of course god's not political I mean it's just stupid to basically even bring that up in the conversation but you know mayor Pete Buttigieg everybody's forgotten about basically is trying to be relevant and he's trying to do that with religion. but let's think about it for a moment. god I'm sure is not in favor of abortion in the ninth month. wouldn't you agree. so the left says some horrendous things home rendus things. they attack groups. but if you say anything back you're a hater if you're a Christian and you say anything back you just basically our old religious and that Bible is just retails don't put that on me and I mean the truth of the matter is if that was the case why are their bibles in every hotel room in America think about that for a moment why why just think about that for a moment what why is there I mean why for so long did we swear on a Bible. actually be it you know for for an oath to be administered why do you see the ten commandments in federal building buildings my god have you ever been down to the halls of the Supreme Court. think about that for a moment look at the scripture Moses. no friends here's the deal. the left has lost her mind they're trying to basically say there's no moral compass anymore I mean my gosh you have I mean you've got to hear this clip yourself you've got a here this clip yourself so that you can see the outrageous you can hear for yourself the outrageous things that those on the left really say and you know what they believe it if we can run clip number four. trump is as destructive a person in this century as Hitler Stalin and Mao were in the last century he may be responsible for many more million deaths than they were did you hear that did you hear that lunacy and if you're a Democrat how do you how do you defend. he basically said that he's like Stalin Hitler Mao and will probably be responsible for millions of more deaths how in the hell does someone get taken seriously but I guess Hey it's CNN and why not because it's Brian Stelter who is a Bozo himself. so you tell me who has the hatred and the rhetoric. but the media is quiet the media is absolutely quiet just like this other gas that was on NBC MSNBC saying Democrats must burn down conservatives with no survivors I've seen in figure Luthuli of course aha yeah I mean are you kidding me if a Republican said that about Democrats if the president went on national TV and said that the Republicans must burn down the Democrats with no survivors. what do you think would happen. so let me ask you this friends in a moving a phone lines again then I promise I'll go to the other calls. he asked his friends. where do you think the biggest attack is in our country. do you think it's patriotism. do you think it's values. it's the biggest threat that you see. you're not hearing anybody talk about the biggest threat that you see in your neighborhoods in your communities in your church in your life in your city or town your state. because I can guarantee this is certainly not white supremacy on the rise or the white supremacists yes are they a bunch of races bone heads yes but I'm gonna tell you this there are racists in every culture in every ethnicity but to basically continue to scream that is asinine thinking what do you say about this friends what are your thoughts on the seven zero two two five seven five three nine six is how you win the program let's jump now into our busy calls we've got day even your up next was Steve Sanchez what's on your mind. yes free. are you know the meaning to call you about this for some time and you you brought up viable so that's built on mine for long time. and I think he attacked his all Christianity only give your real quick example of what I've experienced. she can hear me okay I can hear you absolutely okay great I I spend but nine once you're on the road every night I I stay in a hotel. since nineteen eighty three. I read the Gideon's Bible before I go to bed it's it's like sleeping pill you read the Bible you sleep like a baby you know a lot of people know that. well about the last two years Obama's administration I mean she major hotel change over certain hours motion there's no vital in the room I've never seen that before I go downstairs and I actually did the front desk I don't have a bottle in her room she Sir what we don't have bottles to earn more your actual warrant or you're gonna have to call corporate and she I ran into this. many times and I honestly think that the administration had something to do with that but a lot of bondage pull down her chills because of so many hotels name brand hotels I'm not naming names there were no Bob. and this was an attack I think you know I'm glad you said that because I really believe I appreciate you called it I really believe there is an attack on Christianity some people say well there he goes with this religious stuff again how's that religious Christianity is a group just like the L. G. B. T. as a group just like anti preserve group just like black lives matters a group just like satanism is an evil group. but for some reason when you speak on Christianity people on the last slip out and I ask myself why. are you that embarrassed of your moral compass but it's a problem for you I mean because I just read where the Palestinian authority basically vowed that millions of fighters will enter the gates of Jerusalem saying. dean will not stop no matter what wares representative to leave. he's always throwing Israel under the bus where she had on this I would like her to make a comment on this very topic. isn't that dangerous rhetoric. isn't that divisive behavior. shouldn't that give you areas of concern. think about that for a moment. radical Islam. although not popular to talk about. has not gone away. do not think for a moment we don't have sleeper cells in this country how long ago was barely a year ago and I believe it was New Mexico where we uncovered that training camp. are you going to try to tell me there are not other training camps in this country. why haven't they struck yet again Steve I believe they're scared to death of this president even though our representative to leave says that the president is just afraid of women of color even though we had women of color in Congress for decades okay I don't know what makes them so special that you know that strips of freedom them because the women of color well we've had women of color and men of color in Washington DC for a hell of a long time that's ridiculousness that's using the woman card that's using the race card to try to get their agenda forward that's who they are can't you see the look like radical activists more than they do congresswoman I.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"A moment. do you really think it's everything else that they're trying to make you believe or really isn't the attack on patriotism and values and the nuclear family I mean if you're a male and you're a macho guy they tried to label you toxic masculinity. they want you to be in metro sexual. have you ever noticed that now on TV like if you're watching a sitcom the dad is a do this the mom is the smart one she has all the answers to everything the dads Justin eighty at the you know what drives the the car into the garage door blows up the barbecue or I mean have you noticed there's been the shift and that's why I need to ask you this because look and I'll will college professor declared that he was the anti for. and thank god he was removed but they found on his Facebook digital footprint saying that he wanted to kill Christians shocking violent posts about killing Christians that his name was professor Jeff Quinn's men at Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids Iowa he admitted he's part of anti for they removed him but friends are we not seen that there is an attack on Christianity there's an attack on values this is not a religious show but let's just be intellectually honest the majority of America identifies as Christian and I'm not going to apologize for making that comment because that's a fact with a capital. what you want to say it's not. you see someone has to have the guts. to say those very things someone has to have the guts to ask that's fundamental question. so when I hear about white supremacy rising and I hear about you know this rising no one's talking about evil rising. talking about that I mean my goodness you even have Pete Buttigieg basically stating that he just you know would imagine god would be a Republican. well I'll tell you mayor but is Jake. how. would god not be. tied into a conservative thinking in some capacity because of course god's not political I mean it's just stupid to basically even bring that up in the conversation but you know mayor Pete Buttigieg everybody's forgotten about basically is trying to be relevant and he's trying to do that with religion. but let's think about it for a moment. god I'm sure is not in favor of abortion in the ninth month. wouldn't you agree. so the left says some horrendous things home rendus things. they attack groups. but if you say anything back you're a hater if you're a Christian and you say anything back you just basically our old religious and that was just for retail don't put that on me and I mean the truth of the matter is if that was the case why are their bibles in every hotel room in America think about that for a moment why why just think about that for a moment what what is there I mean why for so long did we swear on a Bible. actually be it you know for for an oath to be administered why do you see the ten commandments in federal building buildings my god have you ever been down to the halls of the Supreme Court. think about that for a moment look at the scripture Moses. no friends here's the deal. the left has lost her mind they're trying to basically say there's no moral compass anymore. I mean my gosh you have I mean you've got to hear this clip yourself you've got a here this clip yourself so that you can see the outrageous you can hear for yourself the outrageous things that those on the left really say and you know what they believe it if we can run clip number four. trump is as destructive a person in this century as Hitler Stalin and Mao were in the last century he may be responsible for many more million deaths than they were did you hear that did you hear that lunacy and if you're a Democrat.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:41 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Five six leading the crusade against Carly Gerry McNamara on red eye radio is off it's you and me are I don't want to get to to this audio cut senator Lindsey Graham on fox news on on Tuesday morning has been talked about much but it's it's it's coming up a possible peace deal with the the the Taliban Afghanistan would it end the occupation of Afghanistan that's something that the president has talked about and here was Lindsey Graham on fox and friends yesterday meanwhile is fitted over Afghanistan a September first it looks as though the nine round of talks is supposed to produce a peace agreement with Afghanistan which eventually very soon all our troops come out the Taliban already have half the country they've been working on a deal with the Taliban I guess to give it all back what's your greatest concern because many people listening said I'm done with that war we've been doing it for nineteen years what is Lindsey Graham say is at stake right well number one the you may be tired of fighting radical Islam but they're not tired of fighting you you might get a peace deal with the Taliban the presence put a hurting on the Taliban they have about thirty percent of the country twenty percent of the public agrees with them in Afghanistan eighty percent do not want to go back to the good old days of the Taliban were you kill women's soccer stadiums were sport and young girls cannot ever go to school so you might in the war with the Taliban but the al queda is alive and well in Afghanistan ISIS is stronger today than they've ever been in in Afghanistan they will hit us if we leave so I'm telling the president I applaud you for trying to lower the cost you've done a good job of putting hurting on the Taliban which can't trust the Taliban to take care bye system now queda there's no substitute for American forces in Afghanistan to protect the American homeland from radical Islam they'll be another nine eleven if we pull the plug if you don't believe me ask the generals in the intelligence community how many so there you go you know it it's something to be said the longest time we in America we get sick and tired and we said look the worst been going on forever I yeah I have to understand your enemy you have to understand the conclusions that that we came to bipartisan in the nine eleven commission you know when you go back to the nine eleven commission the results are came out of it Eric and I were working together we just had just started working together or maybe just a couple of years when that eventually came out when they talked about was that the intelligence has to be better the intelligence has to be better the intelligence has to be better and that's what the media was focused on and we may note of that and said we'll doesn't matter with your intelligence is great you have the best intelligence in the world if you won't act on it you can accomplish anything and that's where the nine eleven commission they talked about the fact that we should have considered preemptive strikes I'll try to well that would have been completely and totally unacceptable but the point wise in the nine eleven commission was that they were were at war with us and we really weren't at war with them we're playing with them we weren't at war with them and so we were going to stop them and it's a cycle that we go through in this country where we get tired of fighting wars we expect that a war will have a beginning a middle and then an end and it should take a particular period of time and then we hear it all the time the US troops should be back where they belong at home the reality is you don't have troops to be at home that's just the hard truth you have troops in order to fight wars abroad so you don't fight them on your own soil but again it's where we exist as a nation we get tired we expect that if we get tired well then they must be tired of it and the one thing you need to do is you need to always understand who your enemy is and what drives your enemy and look at history and if we don't learn from history as they say we're doomed to repeat it again so in this case I agree with Lindsey Graham and I bet you the majority the country disagrees and believes we should be out of Afghanistan completely I don't and we're not will it be a nine eleven I don't know what it will be but we will you know if if we're out of that area hi you will have ISIS al Qaeda it will all grow it's already grown isis is is is growing again as they talk about it's an it's a never you may have to fight the war forever look nobody is stadium well what made you know some people on the left are well you know something we've had cops for a long enough time you know isn't it time that we got rid of the cops come on the cops have been around for over two hundred and forty years we've had enough of the cops we don't need the cops any longer the card should just go away we're getting we're getting tired of of in the budget of pain the cops well we know there's always going to be crime no matter what we do in a free society there's going to be for crime when people are free hi and we live in the kind of society that we that we do well then people are going to commit crimes it's just the reality of human nature you have to understand the human nature of different cultures and and you know what they are willing to do and what their culture is about and radical Islam is not going to die it's not gonna die anywhere in the near future and so yeah will it eventually will admit yeah but you'll always have some type of terrorist group out there it may morph into something else in a hundred years who knows it might not be as long but that's not my concern to figure out or try to predict the future I just look at what history shows us and what we're dealing with right now and so will be interesting to see where the president goes on this but when you look at history and you look at radical Islam and you sit there and say okay well it'll just stay over well if we said that to me how ridiculous would that be well okay we fought long enough and they're not they're going to come over here again let's just leave them alone and if they if we leave them alone they'll leave us alone well you know something the problem is actually been the United States for arresting them and it's all trump's fault ISIS wouldn't be bad nobody would be bad if prompted exists trump is making them all bad and therefore since trump is making them all bad if we just leave and the trump influences in there then they're going to leave us alone excuse my language but I really I you know I saw like an **** talking like that Donna seriously but there are people that actually think that way but it is in got it isn't going to go away in other news here hang on because I have this on I have this on my phone just this just goes back to the hold the the whole story The New York Times store the other day about the allies of of trump are going to go after members of the media are going to try to find bad things and members of the media that attacked them and you know they talk about the one editor of the of the New York times and you know the the tweets being exposed is totally anti semitic tweets where can I were laughing earlier on the show when he was here we're saying well wait a minute mean everybody does that everybody attacks the opposition and if you have a media to look even media that continued to perpetuate a live for two and a half years but the president committed treason and these are some of these suppose and quote most respected journalist in the entire world and they just kept the lie going and so the other side is that okay let's find the truth about you what's going your history and see the racist tweets or the anti semitic tweets that you'll put out before the twenty year history and see what the emails that you had before New York times article in say they're gonna lie a bottom so we're gonna dig up bad dirt on you well that's the reality of where we live today all the other thing was I I had mentioned earlier about Joe Walsh is running against the president one of his excuses was what god put on forty thousand tweets of course you're gonna get involved in go a little bit overboard at times my account after you is it that's a given but this story I I thought was interesting and bring this to the to the forefront because a college professor in Iowa who declared his support for the far left and T. for movement and came under fire for social media post in which he expressed a desire to hit president trump with the bat resigned from his post yesterday Jeff Klansmen and English professor at Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids resigned Tuesday the school said in a statement and accepted his resignation and has an instructor who will teach his one course this semester the decision to name a new instructor for Klinsmann's course was based on securing a safe learning environment for students and staff not on the professor's politics or his right to express his own views the statement said a local TV station which found numerous posts believe written by the professor bolt on his personal page and on and I what and T. four page ask the professor last week about his social media activity he told the local ABC affiliate KCRG TV quote I affirm that I am and T. fun he stood behind his comments some comments were inflammatory to evangelical Christians and he said that he was willing to apologize to questions offended by them the alert reported that in one post Klinsmann showed a poem containing the words kill them all and bury them deep in the ground but is this a Metallica album here to which she added to the comment it's not pretty and I'm not proud but seen what Christians are doing to this country and its people fills me with rage and a desire to exact revenge wow in a July twenty seven tweet president trump what considerations being given to declaring anti for the gutless radical left whacked jobs to go around.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Leading the crusade against Carly and giving back to Maryland on red eye radio in the summer is off it's you and me are I don't want to get to to this audio cut senator Lindsey Graham on fox news on on Tuesday morning has been talked about much but it's it's it's coming up a possible peace deal with the the the Taliban Afghanistan would it end the occupation of Afghanistan that's something that the president has talked about and here was Lindsey Graham on fox and friends yesterday meanwhile is fitted over Afghanistan a September first it looks as though the nine round of talks is supposed to produce a peace agreement with Afghanistan which eventually very soon all our troops come out the Taliban already have half the country they're working on a deal with the Taliban I guess to give it all back what's your greatest concern because many people listening so I'm done with that war we've been doing it for nineteen years what is Lindsey Graham say is at stake right well number one the you may be tired of fighting radical Islam but they're not tired of fighting you you might get a peace deal with the Taliban the presence put a hurting on the Taliban they have about thirty percent of the country twenty percent of the public agrees with them in Afghanistan eighty percent do not want to go back to the good old days of the Taliban were you kill women's soccer stadiums for sport and young girls cannot ever go to school so you might in the war with the Taliban but the al queda is alive and well in Afghanistan ISIS is stronger today than they've ever been in in Afghanistan they will hit us if we leave so I'm telling the president I applaud you for trying to lower the cost you've done a good job of putting hurting on the Taliban but you can't trust the Taliban to take care bye system now Keita there's no substitute for American forces in Afghanistan to protect the American homeland from radical Islam they'll be another nine eleven if we pull the plug if you don't believe me ask the generals in the intelligence community how many so there you go you know it it's something to be said the longest time we in America we get sick and tired and we said look the war's been going on forever I yet have to understand your enemy you have to understand the conclusions that that we came to bipartisan in the nine eleven commission you know when you go back to the nine eleven a commission in the results of came out of it Eric and I were working together we just had just started working together or maybe just a couple of years and that eventually came out what they talked about was that the intelligence has to be better the intelligence has to be better the intelligence has to be better and that's what the media was focused on and we made note of that and said well doesn't matter with your intelligence is great you have the best intelligence in the world if you won't act on it you can accomplish anything and that's where the nine eleven commission they talked about the fact that we should have considered preemptive strikes I don't kinda well that would have been completely and totally unacceptable but the point was in the nine eleven commission was that they were were at war with us and we really weren't at war with them we're playing with them we weren't at war with them and so we were going to stop them and it's a cycle that we go through in this country where we get tired of fighting wars we expect that a war will have a beginning a middle and an end and it should take a particular period of time and then we hear it all the time the US troops should be back where they belong at home the reality is you don't have troops to be at home that's just the hard truth you have troops in order to fight wars abroad so you don't fight them on your own soil but again it's where we exist as a nation we get tired we expect that if we get tired well then they must be tired of it and the one thing you need to do is you need to always understand who your enemy is and what drives your enemy and look at history and if we don't learn from history as they say we're doomed to repeat it again so in this case I agree with Lindsey Graham and I bet you the majority of the country disagrees and believes we should be out of Afghanistan completely I don't and you know will it be a nine eleven I don't know what it will be but we will you know if if we're out of that area hi you will have ISIS al Qaeda the tech it will all grow it's already grown isis is is is growing again as they talk about it's an it's a never you may have to fight the war forever look nobody is stadium well what made some people on the left are well you know something we've had cops for a long enough time you know isn't it time that we got rid of the cops come the cops have been around for over two hundred and forty years we've had enough for the cops we don't need the cops any longer the card should just go away we're getting we're getting tired of of in the budget of pain the cops well we know there's always going to be crime no matter what we do in a free society there's going to be for crime when people are free hi and we live in the kind of society that we that we do well then people are going to commit crimes it's just the reality of human nature you have to understand the human nature of different cultures and and you know what they are willing to do and what their culture is about and radical Islam is not going to die it's not gonna die anywhere in the near future and so yeah will it eventually will admit yeah but you'll always have some type of terrorist group out there it may morph into something else in a hundred years who knows it might not be as long but that's not my concern to figure out or try to predict the future I just look at what history shows us and what we're dealing with right now and so will be interesting to see where the president goes on this but when you look at history and you look at radical Islam and you sit there and say okay well it'll just stay over well if we said that'd be how ridiculous would that be okay we fought long enough and they're not they're going to come over here again well let's just leave them alone and if they if we leave them alone they'll leave us alone well you know something the problem is actually been the United States harassing them and it's all trump's fault ISIS wouldn't be bad nobody would be bad if prompted exists trump is making them all bad and therefore since trump is making them all bad if we just leave and the trump influences in there then they're going to leave us alone excuse my language but I really I you know I sound like an **** talking like that Donna seriously there are people that actually think that way but it is in got it isn't going to go away in other news here hang on because I had the sun I have this on my phone just this just goes back to the hold the the whole story The New York Times store the other day about the allies of of trump are going to go after members of the media I'm gonna try to find bad things and members of the media that attack them and you know they talk about the one editor of the of the New York times and you know the the tweets being exposed is totally anti semitic tweets Regis where Eric and I were laughing earlier on the show when he was here we're saying well wait a minute mean everybody does that everybody attacks the opposition and if you have a media go look even media that continued to perpetuate a live for two and a half years but the president committed treason and these are some of these suppose it quote most respected journalist in the entire world and they just kept the lie going and so the other side is that okay let's find the truth about you what's going your history and see the racist tweets or the anti semitic tweets that you'll put out before the twenty year history and see what the emails that you had before New York times article didn't say they were gonna lie a bottom so we're gonna dig up bad dirt on you well that's the reality of where we live today all the other thing was I I had mentioned earlier about Joe Walsh is running against the president one of his excuses was what I put on forty thousand tweets of course you're gonna get involved in the little bit overboard at times when you don't after you as if that's a given but this story I I thought was interesting and bring this to the the forefront because a college professor in Iowa who declared his support for the far left and T. for movement and came under fire for social media post in which he expressed a desire to hit president trump with the bat resigned from his post yesterday Jeff Klansmen an English professor at Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids resigned Tuesday the school said in a statement and accepted his resignation and has an instructor who will teach his one course this semester the decision to name a new instructor for Klinsmann's course was based on securing a safe learning environment for students and staff not on the professor's politics or his right to express his own views the statement said a local TV station which found numerous posts believe written by the professor both on his personal page and on and I what and T. five page ask the professor last week about his social media activity he told the local ABC affiliate KCRG TV quote I affirm that I am and T. fun he stood behind his comments some comments were inflammatory to evangelical Christians and he said that he was willing to apologize to Christians offended by them the outlet reported that in one post Klinsmann showed a poem containing the words kill them all and bury them deep in the ground but is this a Metallica album here to which he added to the comment it's not pretty and I'm not proud but seen what Christians are doing to this country and its people fills me with rage and a desire to exact revenge wow in a July twenty seven tweet president trump what considerations being given to declare an anti for the gutless radical left whack jobs to go around hitting only non fighters of people over the heads with baseball bats a major organization of terror along with MS thirteen and others would make it easier for police to do their jobs.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Minutes after the hour with but it's got the news with recommending terrible as a return to the days of the second and then there's this has world which are the rights to make monopoly of the board game of come out with their own monopoly socialism game and obviously this is a pro capitalist said the three of us log line is by the cold winning for the capitalist or winning by the capitals winning is for capitalism's or so this this is a up a parity on social is on the left is the way they're they're in and and a poor Frank that the you would have a game of mocking socialism a history professor at Rutgers Nick could pour a label the board game mean spirited and woefully ill informed and the course Ted Cruz jump to the defense of the toy making dried up through the company came under fire a call why is sold lefty academic so of fear pointing out the manifesto orders of socialism cruiser they all have of that as well addition are you as as are addition of these Germany addition or we get a university edition you can add to the magic mercy of mud logic money tree rather than give everything freed anybody who wants a nobody works studies renovates and everybody gets a day and the the again I think this would be a great gift for any millennial of their of the monopoly the socialism addition winning is for capitalism I think I love the token several of the organs are used to get the football in the race car and the dog and when you play monopoly of the tokens now or a typewriter an old time phone a pocket watch a phonograph eight two televisions all because obviously socials missile incredibly updated bullet rules you know they're they're gonna you know they don't like criticism and they don't like the you know any kind of a push back or what have you particularly if you're a professor you know in an older respects we we have some nice profession that we like here in Baltimore Dr Richard that she's right but there are a lot of them out there on our college campuses the day that the bill say outlandish things and if you count of them for you criticize them all home why gosh you know it's like in York committed a mortal sin yeah I think we have one answer for if I were of what to do with story has one here I found it don't know professors a college professor in Iowa Billy to clear his support for NT four after coming under fire for inflammatory social media posts that include the desire to bash president trump with a baseball bat Jeff Klinsmann adjunct English professor of nearly ten years are Kirkwood community college in cedar rapids US quote I affirm that I am and T. for I used to be on his comments on his personal pages cities willing to apologize to the Christians offended by them but he did so I affirm that I am anti for seeing what evangelical Christians are doing to this country was people fills me with rage and a desire to exact revenge they talk about attacking trump quote yeah I know how I'd like the clock with the bad and then radical of these the the the was George I'm I'm sure he's going to get a nice little secret service was a but I think the president needs to declare anti for domestic terrorist organization and that way that'll help universities weed themselves out of this riffraff molded saying that a good while and also the drug cartels right.

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"kirkwood community college" Discussed on Geek News Central

Geek News Central

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"kirkwood community college" Discussed on Geek News Central

"Which would have contained is so a drone a highpowered cameras system mounted on an airplane that proponents in a and opponents both described as a dvr for real life he will get drink third to square mile area the cameras oprah much in terms of close up details depends on the altitude but do allow h c distract people's will over several hour period so as they were looking to get something on board and have eyes in the sky and basically be ah on drone patrol down in miami in the public uh doesn't like that so they've it they've had to withdraw and pull back but you know were militarising police department's this is happening all over the country police departments are you know we already know that they've in though the geared up a tactical vehicles there swat teams are now a look like paramilitary more than a swat team in it's it's it's a whole new game in delta in our since nine eleven yelled that's been living tire in a progression here so now they wanna put surveillance planes in the skies over us citizens um uh i don't know at at at at don't think alike get too much myself either so a good on the miami public to uh to get out there in and uh and get the shutdown in the speech ah sweet given it kirkwood community college in cedar rapids iowa the president said that his upcoming infrastructure plan will include expanding broadband internet access in rural areas the yes no i'm big on wanting to promote a basically folks enroll merrick had to be able to get highspeed internet.

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