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"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

09:47 min | 8 months ago

"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"It is not available on at least audible and Joe Carter soon would be there first but that be awesome I'm not out yet because he has aids he put nominal story that guy I mean I I listen to it I think he was on blend back one day and he was kind of going over his life story old man good gravy I can't even I could not even Llyod Benedek what's on your mind you need to be aware that this push to eliminate local law enforcement is part of their plan to try to bring in and a limit employment federal law enforcement and different levels of martial law so I think we just need to be aware of that we need to really stand for maintaining our local law enforcement because they would like to have federal authority over all of this and yeah well filled the void with someone world police force thinking and she's she's she's true this is true that there's a lot of that going on the one what the stats don't bear out that there is systemic racism and and though police department state these days quite simply don't I mean if if anyone has a gripe it's like it's white it's white men because they are killed more stop more manhandled more then then any of the other minority it's not a real thing and is that the folder of a push to be bonded based on a up on leashes world view that is insanity it is absolute insanity and I'm sorry I didn't mean to go off on a rant Leah is is there anything else you wanna add to that no but we just need to have our weather's a bonus that that we need to stand firmly against this and we know their game and we're not going to submit to federal law okay thank you live with that perspective I mean and and I agree with her I will provide you all horrible would be manned how horrible I can't even imagine I can't even imagine I I mean yeah it did take awhile many apple I can't even get on take it in I I can't I can't I mean I think come like the purge comes to mind the movie seriously seriously but the landscape from New York comes to mind what's going on right now with writing in the looting and that that's what happened when cops take a step back you do not want that in your neighborhood I mean you don't want to get out of there seriously Hey Chris did how you doing good morning guys good morning o'ryan it's a crazy one you know I I grew up it had some problems when I was a kid I stole a car and drove to California from Fargo here that's good because I thought man I do remember I made another couple of crimes couple felonies but you know what I grew out of it and I realize that the police force are very valuable they they they they keep people safe they keep people's property safe and and and we've got to realize that that we can't do without the police in any community amen amen I mean the fact that it's in a big talk Cortese's office download water is dry sandy thing where men women I mean if we live in a crazy crazy time I mean yeah when you're speeding down the road you feels like come on your heart jumped a little bit you know like all man but you know why those lights came on you were doing something wrong it's like when my kid is dead in there you know what the the jar of open and he's just going to town on it when he hears my footsteps behind it yeah you should be worried well we're just going to digress for two seconds I let my son my truck over the weekend so I get it back and there was a black on black crime and it was a black on black violence because him and his U. N. B. bodies busted out one of my windows normally here but if they put that duct tape over it so I guess that was that that was a good thing I all community come to you and admit and tell you what happened no no no no no okay point the guy with you know who that guy wouldn't notice that duct tape across the length of five metres well I beat up thank you lord anyway I digress I just talking about you know what would you do something wrong expects the repercussions and that's all I'm saying so you're saying we might have a criminal problem not really a racial problem there you go on that a criminal ET people shot in a forty eight hour span in one suburb in one city in America that's the problem more policing not less I would go for that ball about J. style what's on your mind following a talk about crimes too and there's all these you know we we all know what's happening is terrible to watch these protesters and all I see in Minneapolis the other night on WCCO when I was over the lakes country they they want people to store donating money now to fix the damage well I'm not going one I hope not yeah I know and so I hope it is in the reason our taxes on our ten forties or anything but I want to talk away crime will be here in North Dakota were pretty red state pretty conservative but we got a group in our state trying to take over and they're doing a pretty good job we got congressman Rick bankrupting bills mark and he's got his boss the other home schoolers whatever you want to call in and guy named Richard Hendricks whose runs a lot of people's campaigns but they brought a guy out of Virginia a few years ago when we drove cheering him he was teaching school play devil's lake and he ran against Kirsten bay slowly down here one of the Republican convention and later we found out insurance fraud felony well bill the Democrats will read not up here in our candidate right and then we got that will garner W. beat Belgian Republican convention and all we misdemeanors and stuff it India superior was window peeping into girls us yeah he was window peeping into the girls dorm so he had to resign and they'll have to run then is the independent state government one seat you never want to lose the Democrats as your secretary of state because we saw it happen the norm Coleman in Minnesota all right we saw what happened cemex alley down there and Martha McSally down in Arizona she won twenty four thousand votes but two days later the Democrats wrote in twenty six thousand ballots really only voted for the Democrat person running for the Senate so Martha McSally lost well now we got a treasurer race in North Dakota and angle Rick Becker you bring another guy in with the record he's got Dan Johnson from valley city is of that he's got a he's pro life but he couldn't pay his taxes in all in Pennsylvania so if he wins that up tomorrow and beats the guy from Fargo over there are real stringent grandson will have another felony another spelling on you for the Republican Party soul man Charles little thirty two pages Charles W. run against Kirsten Baesler all three seventy Bucks on my life dot com to get his background and the Delaware Ohio Minnesota television coercion doesn't pay his taxes stocking broke restraining orders and he wants to be our department of education and beat Kirsten based work well I don't know Rick Becker I think you should just do your congressman job open Bismarck there and then quit bringing guys out of prison to run for public office because we're gonna lose all these North Dakota state's Phyllis but you know what a good point that Bob is that is that that's just a lesson and just to say you know if you if your voter you have to do your research right you have to dig further than the headline you just have to that's just a great point Bob I appreciate your point of view thanks for calling in now I don't know what that all was about well just a bit there's a lot of people with you know yes I don't know Dan Johnston Johnston and he is an awesome guy he's a great and I'm I'm I'm not stomping for Dan Johnston but I just the folks that hurt that I want you to know that he is not a criminal absolutely not salt of the earth guy I got it and I can't I can't discount the stand back and let someone smeared his name like that did not say anything he he is a dress does tax issues or whatever the guy was referring to but he is a bet he's a family man he is pro life he's one hundred percent solid it is solid salt of the earth North Dakota you couldn't ask for better treasurer and I'm I digress I'm going.

Joe Carter
"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

10:24 min | 11 months ago

"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Suited for superintendent Daimler well this is a fact standardized testing in anyway I'm not sure when they were scheduled thank you again great question so the window first North Dakota state assessments opens this week and so we have been on communicating with the U. S. department of ed and the U. S. department of ads position is they will work with states who will then work with school districts on an individual basis so we have put out information about that on our website in the case of a of a long term closure we will certainly work with our school districts and our U. S. department head to meet the state assessment requirements okay I see no other questions again I want to thank everybody that is here today and has a message going out to St Ann or code again part of what makes North Dakota great is the people that we have in our state that know how to respond and persevere through challenges it's been here since before our state was founded this is an unusual situation because of the tremendous amount of uncertainty we know what to do in a flood we know what to do we know what to do with a blizzard we know what to do with the drought because we've maybe been through before this is new territory for us as we head in to trying to deal with us the a global pandemic and when and how it might reach the state of North Dakota and and and what levels and what scale when it does it hit it has arrived at least in a small scale but when it does arrive you know how do we manage best manage it so again I want to just thank everybody for their the the support the prayers of the the ideas the communication and we we do have an opportunity to really come together hi yeah as in communities in in in in in in as families we have an opportunity to come out of this stronger than we did before and so again if the people are wondering what to do when they're isolating at home I would say never been a better time to be home isolating I mean with the available online resources that are available take a master class read a book start exercising eat healthier I mean this is it you know this is an opportunity for people to reboot in ways when maybe some of the complexity that we just day to day today have been charging through goes a lot of our lives and for those people that are in the middle of managing this crisis like a some of us up here are I would just recommend it for people to to honestly take a look at this and see how this could be a positive for them to get a reset or rebuild relationships you know write a letter to thank that person that you never had time to write and tell them how grateful you are for what the the impact you made your life but there's an opportunity for us to to really take this and not turn this into something positive in his superintendent based lawyer said as adults sometimes we think about the impact to the amount of fear that's running around in the new behaviors with the up over a hundred thousand K. twelve students in those over forty five close to forty five thousand kids in child care how we message this to them in making sure that they understand that their risk from this from this is actually less than the actual flu is important for us to make sure that we're not you know creating concern trauma and fear in the children of our state it because we have a responsibility to them to message accurately to them as well and so with that let's all keep working towards a state of calm let's all spend every minute we have to plan smartly let's get this spike a lower to make sure that our health care providers can take care of our elderly in those most in need and let's come through this better than any other state in any other country I know of anybody can it can be North Dakota let's go do it thank you you've been listening to governor Doug Burgum along with superintendent Kirsten Baesler from Bismarck North Dakota farmers help putting on a press conference tonight letting us know that there are changes coming to K. through twelve education statewide schools will be closed for one week this is not an indefinite closing as of this time is just for one week North Dakota schools were set to be off on Thursday and Friday I anyway for a long weekend and that we're adding three days to that the reason that they're going just one week they hope to get better data through this week and that will allow them to if needed make better plans long term Burgum said there are one hundred ten thousand students in school every single day he says there's new information from the CDC more restrictive on big gatherings fifty or more and these actions today they are just trying to do what they can to slow down the pace of the spread the department of public instruction is having a conference call at eight fifteen tonight with all the superintendents questions around school to Trish and special education many things obviously to be figured out and there's also going to be a nine o'clock a dial into that with medical providers across the state Burgum said there are even fake maps out there circulating by foreign nationals to spread fear Kirsten Baesler said she's working at a food distribution plan for kids who may not get meals at home these actions do not apply to daycare or pre kindergarten as they are not run through the school's Bergen says the decision of the Minnesota made earlier today did not affect their decision and he finished by saying we know what to do in a flooded a blizzard this is a little harder to get our hands around but it's a great opportunity to reset relationships regain that balance if we've got a little more time on our hands and eyes to make sure we're not spreading trauma and fear with our kids their risk is less with the flu then it is the rest is less with this than it is with the flu Scott I'm seeing a lot of comments coming in to the newsroom here and also on the Facebook feed from that the department health put out I think the overwhelming consensus that I am seeing is people think it's a smart response it's not an overreaction it's let's take a week or so to figure some things out and make ourselves a planned but certainly if you take a look at the trend here it would be really surprised I think the school is gonna be going on a week from tomorrow in North Dakota I think that's fair but I'd also say I think it it is when those things right now we should they're trying to predict a gas I you know well I says how it's going to be it is all this is not normal we don't know a lot about this virus you know a lot of these things are happening first line first and then we don't point teams in this country I mean I did that you know it's it's very very rare you know somebody might travel to you know the rainforest or something and come back and they'll be calling him I'm talking to this degree never so I'm I'm kind of you know committed to just saying it is what it is much I hate that term and you got to trust the people are are getting ahead of this and again at the if I would give any advice err on the side of caution rather than under reacting because at this point you know I think were were deep enough in this with the so many tentacles of the end of the day to day life of America being touch that that we just got to ride it out and that we we can't predict what's gonna happen five days now I think the people making decisions tonight don't even know what life is going to look like a couple day remember a week ago we were talking about man I hope this doesn't change March madness the basketball tournament and now here we are seven days later we're talking about no gatherings over fifty across the state of the United States it's our across the country it's amazing how things have changed so fast and it feels like there's this tidal wave of a growing emotional let's be safe which is great but it is definitely change the way we live our lives no question about that meanwhile the death count from corona virus is abysmally small compared to every other health ailments in the country right now right it is very very small back half of the number is from a nursing home in Washington state one half of the deaths in the entire country from one place in Washington state a a nursing home now is that going to go up of course is it going to go up more than the flu has I in the past more than H. one in one in the Obama years early in the nine there was ten thousand thirteen thousand deaths depending on who you believe in the United States and the three hundred to four hundred thousand nationwide I'm sorry worldwide from the from the swine flu does anybody remember school being closed for the swine flu does anybody remember it March madness being close this one flew you know and and and and you can say well then why are we overreacting I don't know that we are I think we're trying to do is save lives and the and and recognized in the places where there hasn't been actions taken things of spike to the point of tested and in some cases broken the health care system we don't want that to happen here so keep the erring on the side of caution as far as I'm concerned we have certainly set a new bar for how we react to health concerns in our country your rights got twelve thousand five hundred sixty nine that was a deaf girl from swine flu we are nowhere near that right now it feels like Armageddon right now so we're certainly sending us setting up a new playbook for how these things are handled in the future yeah absolutely and don't forget that you know to the extent this particular no of coronavirus swine flu is a is the problem this year the number one as the climate gets warmer it takes out the flu including this one we believe and and and also if you look around the world the warmer climates do not have as much of a problem as the colder climates do that they'll have a virus by this time I'm sorry backs that's a nation by this time next year to take on the virus and dental plans are being implemented to be able to move that out as fast as possible make a huge difference as with many flus okay I find a new vaccination and and the people protect themselves we have salute Lee all right now with that we're gonna return you to regular programming here at this time to repeat the events of the day Moorhead schools announced earlier today that they will be closing effective immediately adding Monday and Tuesday to a governor Wallace had suggested closing on Wednesday for a two week period so they can kind of do a reset there and figure out how to set up online learning the attention coming from the governor's office for Minnesota was that online learning would be the method of teaching and learning for the foreseeable future that's the Minnesota side and then in Moorhead they said we're gonna go Monday and Tuesday as well North Dakota a different story a more conservative you again will be a different situation only one positive test as opposed to thirty five in Minnesota in North Dakota there's going to be a one week break from school classes will be canceled buildings will be closed no activities no programs of any kind for one week and most of.

Daimler superintendent North Dakota
"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:54 min | 11 months ago

"kirsten baesler" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Don't mess with the teacher it happened when Joe Biden was revving up his supporters in Los Angeles a protester with a light dear re dis sign then another were both grab and hustled off stage with some help from the candidate's wife Jill Biden image of her grabbing and body blocking the second protesters winning raves on social media don't mess with Jill Biden some have posted some of more seriously said it's time for secret service protection for the former vice president Steve case and CBS news Republicans went ahead with an auction of bottles of wine signed by state superintendent Kirsten Baesler just days after she was arrested on suspicion of DUI you why it was part of the Lincoln day dinner that for years has included a wine auction as a fundraiser for candidates eleven bottles of wine label based lowers bulldog red and base layers honor roll white were auctioned off Coulter CBS news CBS news right follow us on Twitter at CBS radio night from the kitchen table in New York City hi Rachel ray and this is rage on the radio even sure is hard shell tacos we are sorry chorizo well that first ticket out of here in the drippings one large first one's face I added some garlic to the pan now we're going to leave these stories drop that back in welcome this recipe and more food stamps to ratio dot com from the kitchen table in New York City Rachel right this is CBS news radio the first.

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