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"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Under the willow river water protectors say construction crews appear to puncture an aquifer discharging drilling mud and chemicals into the river. This is unknown a la- duke and the national abby activist and executive director of honor. The earth rivers belong to the fish belong to the animals. Move to the people in the don't belong to protect if completed and bridges line three pipeline would account for carbon emissions equivalent to fifteen new coal fired power plants. Us troops and diplomatic workers in iraq in syria came under fire and at least three separate drone and rocket attacks over twenty four hour period. One attack targeted the. Us embassy in baghdad's green zone separate assault rockets fired at iraqi airbase in western iraq left to us troops injured wednesday. They were the latest attacks and us forces since late. June when president biden ordered airstrikes in syria and iraq targeting an iranian backed militia the inter american commission on human rights says colombian authorities used excessive and disproportionate force to quell massive mobilizations. Against the right wing. Government of colombian president devan duquet since the protests began over eighty people have died many at the hands of police and paramilitary forces commissioner antonia. Yuda hola called on columbia wednesday to make structural changes to milita to its militarized police force. Can we feel the commission. Found that repeated instances in different regions of the country that the state's response to protests mischaracterized as an excessive and disproportionate use of force. In many cases the action included lethal force. The inter american commission received serious complains the discriminate use of firearms against protesters and from people who aren't participating in the protests. Back in the united states the newly formed atlanta. Homeless union has been protesting all week outside atlanta city hall earlier this week. Police violently removed their encampment and arrested at least six people..

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"la duke" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

06:01 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs

"What we're chuckling about right but really like it. It becomes this really stark contrast between livelihood if you will or lifeways on the one hand versus leisure. Yeah i mean they wanna they wanna come out in the summer to their second home and set up their lawn chairs and drink beer and build a bonfire and do whatever they do you know versus indigenous people having access to wild rice which is really really important to initial culture right. I mean the irony of calling. Johnny appleseed those is interesting. Like a johnny appleseed went around implant those seeds to claim that land that was about land claims and so. Here's this guy. Going around in and actually reclaiming the land for itself right like n. Four few food security. I mean y- here. We are equating food security with property value and leisure. There's something really problematic here. I think what you're getting at putting some of this together right is that there is like this deep clashed where you have all these liberal environmental values but when it comes right down to it they don't want to say okay. Well we need the land to go back to more of a Wilder state for lack of a better term. What's the right term that i don't know it needs to go back to a more of indigenous state. Let's say right and that means that you're you know lake front. A playtime is gonna be decreased. It's not gonna be the same kind of playtime. You're not gonna get the same kind of leisure value from your home. So i think there's a there's a real tension here in again like a reckoning where the land is is coming back and People have to decide how they want to live with that in the way the story is really interesting right. He he James whitton is saying. This is my indigenous right. I don't have to ask. This is guaranteed under our treaty. This is guaranteed in our relationship with the government of canada. This is what we get to do. I was going to say to you. Know i think one of the fundamental disconnects is that settler culture understands quote unquote native americans or aboriginal people as a race and wants to slot assault into this kind of multicultural spectrum. Within the nation state. They really have a hard time. Understanding how a particular land or water escape or relative like wild rice is central to indigenous peoples people hood and without that ongoing relationship those people and their survival or actually Threat it just doesn't link up with their kind of racialized understanding of of different groups within these settler state. So and it's because it's an it's also really inconvenient. It's inconvenient when we say. Our people hood is predicated on an ongoing relationship with particular land and water skips because that really messes with their whole private property in land control regime. So it's not only. I think they don't get it. They have no incentive to get it. I think to. i'm also reminded of that expression. Perhaps you're familiar with it. You don't were you eat. And the version. I'm thinking of here. Is the one that settlers seem to have a lot of confusion over at least these cottages. You don't grow and harvest where you eat there. Used to those things being separate functions right. Don't you just go to the store to get a bag of wild rice. Yeah or or you also raise and kill animals that you don't have any relationship to that you don't consider relatives you know. They're they're used to consuming the bodies of plants and animals that are not worthy of consideration for indigenous people. In a lot of other people who i will use a cliche here live closer to the land or at least that intention. It's a much more complicated spaced. Occupies so yeah. I think there's all kinds of binary separations that are at the heart of settler. Not getting it to be fair. One issue that occurred to me where the dispute may be Where the cottagers may have. A point is the method by which the rice is harvested as mentioned. He uses an air boat. One of those things you usually see in the florida everglades the quiet ride motorized and far. Be it from me to questions such methods and probably are from the cottagers but in any case That that winona la duke article you i shared with you. It talks about how long standing way of course was to go by canoe to harvest a much less noisy method if you will but something tells me even if he said okay. I'll just use a canoe. The complaints would not abate much. If at all well. I wonder if you use a canoe. Which is lovely beautiful. It's just beautiful right. It's a beautiful sound and feel and you would probably need a lot more people in a lot more time. Which means they'd have all these annoying natives swarming all over. You know harvesting the rice. Like be i would assume you know i kinda be interested to know what that would look like. I think that would be beautiful. But i doubt it. Cottagers wanted necessarily see that. Either man you know we haven't set here is prophet right so if this was on the west coast people make money off salmon who aren't indigeneous. In fact there's most of the fisheries is controlled by non native people so there's already like a huge Settler colonial capitalists prerogative to protect the salmon. Fishery in this case. I i would imagine. There's not a bunch of wild rice harvesters who are making a lot of money off of it. Who would be able to counter the cottagers voice. And i find that really interesting because it just shows you how how much prophets factors into what matters in the broader public discourse.

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Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

Native America Calling

01:47 min | 3 months ago

Enbridge Wins Minnesota Court Ruling on Oil Pipeline Permit

"The minnesota court of appeals has up held approvals of permits for the line. Three oil pipeline. The move is seen as a win. For enbridge energy the company behind the project but indigenous groups and their allies. Fighting construction are not backing down mike. Mohan reports in a two one decision. The court said state regulators acted properly when giving their consent align three which is being built to replace an aging oil pipeline that runs across northern minnesota winona. La duke is one of the leading tribal advocates speaking out against lying three. She says the state including governor at him walls has let them down. I am so dismayed by. The court of appeals and we will stand in resistance with thousands of others. This summer is young. She says the ruling will result in more people arrested or heard with opposition surfacing along the construction route last week. Protestors held their largest gathering yet resulting in arrests after people locked themselves to equipment. Meanwhile the duke says they're pleading with a biden administration to intervene canada-based end bridge says lion three creates thousands of jobs that high degrees of safety are being applied to construction and maintenance installation of line. Three is nearly sixty percent complete and the court noted its presence while troublesome too many groups and tribal members is less of an environmental risk than the current line. But luke says it's a direct threat to natural resources. Tribes rely on watersheds are now subject to bridges aggression and destruction. Even if this decision is appealed to the minnesota supreme court opponents. Worry that would take a long time before a ruling is issued. They say that's why they want. President joe biden to take action with construction moving forward now. is mike moen

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"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

"The national native news. Megan camera imprint. Tony gonzales nineteen people have died at tribal jails overseen by the federal government since twenty sixteen. That's according to a new investigation from npr and the mountain west news bureau. It uncovered a pattern of mismanagement and neglect the mountain west news bureaus nate heggie reports. The investigation found the guards at several detention centers violated federal policy that requires regular checks on inmates and the provision of proper medical. Care in one instance. A twenty two year old man died in a holding cell. His body wasn't discovered for nearly three hours. And unlike other federal correctional facilities the investigation revealed that bureau of indian affairs jails do not require nurses or doctors brandy. Tom have a tribal advocate. Member of the choctaw nation says the federal government has known about these problems for years but has done very little about it and that decision has gotten people killed the interior department says it plans to launch a review of the jails for national native news. I'm nate heggie. Following indigenous led protests earlier. This week over the line three pipeline in minnesota a group of native american contractors calling for an end to those actions the star tribune reports six contractor sent a letter to minnesota tribal leaders criticizing the protests for disrupting work damaging property and threatening employees. They noted the protesters quote intentionally. Create a false narrative that there is no native american support for this project and the economic impacts and opportunities brings to our people. Thousands of protesters marched near the mississippi river headwaters last weekend an occupied a pump station construction site. They also locked themselves to equipment and blocked a road and bridge. Which is building the pipeline. Set it evacuated forty four employees ten of those worked for gordon. Construction company based on the white earth reservation owner. Matt gordon is one of the signatories to the letter. The star tribune reports the white earth. Red lake in milwaukee bands have opposed the end bridge pipeline but the fond elec band of lake superior chippewa dropped. Its opposition and made a deal with n. bridge to allow the new line. Three on its land. The leech lake band of way supported the new pipeline to get an older line three removed from its land. According to a report and bridge filed with the minnesota public utilities commission. The company has spent two hundred million dollars on contracts related to the project with tribal businesses in minnesota and twenty two million dollars on wages to indigenous workers in the state but white earth band member. Winona la duke. Who leads the group. Honor the earth accused of using native people as a smokescreen to destroy the environment chief. Leonard crow dog the silicon jude lakota leader who helped revitalize native american religion was a leader for indigenous rights died on june sixth. At the rosebud reservation in south dakota he was seventy eight native news. Online reports came from a line of lakota medicine man and was educated by his parents and elders in the rosebud sioux tribe. He.

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"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cancel. Winona we're going to break so go ahead winona winona go ahead okay. We're going to go to break. We're gonna come back to winona la duke longtime indigenous leader. Who's been organizing for years to block the bridge. Line three pipeline. She lives and works on the white reservations. Stay with us. Aw plant little to town head.

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:02 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cancel. Winona we're going to break so go ahead winona winona go ahead okay. We're going to go to break. We're gonna come back to winona la duke longtime indigenous leader. Who's been organizing for years to block the bridge. Line three pipeline. She lives and works on the white reservations. Stay with us off. Plant ohio to town f..

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cancel. Winona we're going to break so go ahead winona winona go ahead okay. We're going to go to break. We're gonna come back to winona la duke longtime indigenous leader. Who's been organizing for years to block the bridge. Line three pipeline. She lives and works on the white reservations. Stay with us off. Plant little to town head on.

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

01:57 min | 3 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Cancel. Winona we're going to break so go ahead winona winona go ahead okay. We're going to go to break. We're gonna come back to winona la duke longtime indigenous leader. Who's been organizing for years to block the bridge. Line three pipeline. She lives and works on the white reservations. Stay with us plant little. I town a on.

"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

04:59 min | 6 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

"This is national native news antonio gonzalez one of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust. I've seen people standing on the side of the road the arrested for unlawful assembly. More than once in it seems rather difficult to wrestling on the side of the road which is public right of way for an unlawful. Since i've been told by officers to go back to private property which is here. I don't have to go to private property. Public citizen music public lands the line. Three pipeline replacement project is on track to be completed by the end of summer the project if completed would transport seven hundred and sixty thousand barrels of tar sands oil each day from alberta canada to superior wisconsin. Protesters hope they can stop the completion of the pipeline. They're calling on. President biden to cancel the permit. Whether he does or doesn't they're out here putting their bodies on the line to physically prevent construction for national native news reporting from minnesota. I'm lindsey weber secretary of the interior deb holland on thursday announced the creation of a new missing and murdered unit. For american indian and alaska. Native people it will provide resources and leadership to address missing and murdered cases in indian country according to a press release from the interior department. There are more than one thousand missing and more than two thousand murdered. Indigenous person cases reported across the us the unit will review unsolved cases and begin work with tribes in federal agencies in a statement hall and vowed commitment to tribal communities to help with investigations and to leverage all resources available the confederated salish and kootenai tribes. The us attorney's office four montana and the fbi announced thursday. The completion of community response plan to address missing and murdered people. It's part of a pilot project which was launched in december through federal initiative. To address 'em. Mvp a working group developed the plan which included tribal federal state law enforcement and community members officials. Say it's the first such tribal response plan in the country. I tony.

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The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

Native America Calling

01:50 min | 6 months ago

The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.

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"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

01:50 min | 6 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Native America Calling

"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.

Tanya abed winona la duke antonio gonzalez december thursday last year lindsey weber seventy eight miles two hundred lakes first alberta canada alaska more than two thousand northern minnesota more than one thousand each day Twenty one six separate charges east lake minnesota thirty eight day
"la duke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:25 min | 10 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"We have some good news. The indictments against russell brixton in the district of maryland were dismissed with prejudice meaning. They can never be refiled. This is especially good. Because those indictments contain the only charge ever made that ross engaged murder-for-hire this was a serious allegation roles. Outbreak denies it was never prosecuted or wrote on by jury but was trumpeted by the federal government. And the media. As if it were proven fact. The maryland court held these indictments for almost five years poisoning. Ross case leaving him under a cloud of unproven allegations as explained in ross's appeal to the supreme court the fact that the judge used these allegations together. All say draconian sentence of life without parole violated his sixth amendment right to a jury. Trial judges are required to issue sentences based on convictions. Decided by a jury not unproven. Allegations never even charged at trial. 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Tammy patrick of the group. Democracy fund says there are different kinds of audits for different purposes. But any of them can be helpful if you wanted to know if the poll workers made an error what kind of audit would you think about doing reconciliation audit if you want to know if the machine or machines counted or worked directly quite often. It's a hand count on it and if you wanna know like was the correct winner called that's where the risk limiting audit comes into play under a law that went into effect last year. Arkansas state officials have sixty. Days to begin auditing general election results in at least four counties to complete the audit the state board of election commissioners will select the polling sites early voting locations and vote centers to be audited. I'm nadia ramlogan biden razor thin election. Victory over trump in wisconsin is now official. These state certified results that include a partial recount a select counties and on monday. The governor signed the certification. Mike brown is with the progressive group. A better wisconsin together. Our local election officials would minister our elections deserve an enormous amount of credit and people who helped the polls And the people who helped with accounting is cnn reports now that dr scott atlas a highly controversial member of the white house's corona virus taskforce has resigned cedeno says a special government employees atlas had one thirty day window in which he could serve and that window was technically going to end at the close of this week. Construction could begin very soon to replace a major pipeline in northern minnesota state. Regulators gave final permanent approval monday despite strong opposition from tribal leaders and environmental groups. Canadian firm and bridge energy says it's line. Three pipeline is in dire need of a safer replacement and for years has sought approval from the state and closely watched process. Monday's action from the minnesota pollution control agency puts the project on the ramp toward breaking ground. Winona la duke. Native american activist with the group. Honor the earth says apart from the environmental harm. Construction will start in areas where residents are vulnerable. The covid forty two hundred workers that are coming in largely from out of state into northern communities that have very few health facilities last week to launch requested that another state agency stay its approval while a legal challenge. Plays out in an appeals court. I mike mohan. This is us pretty soon. You may be able to get recreational marijuana delivered to your doorstep massachusetts on monday. The state cannabis control commission approved changes to adult use laws that will allow for two new kinds of licenses to deliver marijuana grant. Smith ellis with the massachusetts cannabis reform coalition says. The licenses will be available in two weeks in about one hundred sixty towns including boston. These adult used deliveries can only occur in towns that already allow adult us retail sales for that specifically often to delivery and fees adult. You still cannot occur in towns with an insult us band. I'm suzanne potter me tom. Us house is scheduled to vote this week. On the act that would effectively legalize marijuana on the federal level. By taking it off the list of controlled substances. I always see more first visitors to food. Banks during the economic fallout from the pandemic annual food drive involving wall hunters aims to expand. Its reach for twenty years. The iowa department of resources has spirited the program. Joe wilkinson is with the iowa. Wildlife federation each donor and recipient kind of work out their own deal so to speak at the end result is that donor is able to a drop off a deer and the recipient try benefit at no charge and lay in a whole lot of meals for them. The walleye federation joined the effort this year to recruit more hunters to take part in the deer exchange. Finally are eric. Lattice tells us that scientists have warned that time is running out to change course to avoid the worst impacts of climate change but esther sosa who's with the environmental defense actually fund says too often the focus seems to be on saving story polar bears and are melting icebergs. The group's new poll finds colorado's latino residents communities located disproportionately in the shadows of refineries and coal fired power plants support policies to reduce pollution by switching to clean energy sources healthy quality of life or harm the port. Latino voters understand the connection between eighteen environment and their health. The poll says across the political divide more than ninety percent of colorado. Latino voters want drinking water to be protected from contamination and eighty two percent one environmental protections reinstated that were rolled back under the trump administration while the administration took steps to prevent job loss in the fossil fuel sector nearly eight and ten. Latino voters want the next president and congress to jump start the post covid economy through long term investments in clean energy including wind and solar latinos. Earning less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Who lost jobs. Due to the coronavirus pandemic are more likely.

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"la duke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:23 min | 10 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"More restrictions. And more pushback. I'm pam out fox. News and unrelenting surge of corona virus cases has local and state governments more action in new york indoor gatherings in areas designated as orange zones or limited to ten people. Staten island councilman. Joe borelli tells fox and friends. He had eleven people at his home on thanksgiving. It's my house. It's my rules and while many state governors and even the federal government have made examples and giving recommendations on how to reduce spread governor. Cuomo decided to make a hard and fast rule and then threatened people that he was going to enforce it tomorrow. A three week stay at home. Order takes effect in los angeles county california and a two week paws starts in rhode island churches mosques and synagogues in france or opening their doors again to worshippers but only thirty or allowed in at one time. Some houses of worship say they plan to defy that limit back to the. Us with a virus is causing a serious cash. Crunch governors and lawmakers in many states are moving as fast as they can to dole out unspent federal pandemic relief money to small business owners the unemployed renters and others whose livelihoods have been upended by the widening covid nineteen outbreak with talks. Stalled in dc on another federal relief package any remaining cash from this past spring's heroes act is in high demand. Fox's paul stevens an armed standoff is underway in southern minnesota police in albert lea say an officer and two other men were shot and wounded early this morning after police responded to a report of fireworks or gunshots. A swat team was activated. Nearby residents were evacuated to a nearby church. The officer who was hit in the chest was able to drive himself to a hospital where he was treated and released. America's listening to fox news across the country. the need is real for another corona virus. Relief bill but congress appears no closer to acting. We need to have targeted stimulus. The restaurant industry. I think that's the one industry that there's bipartisan agreement. That there is a desperate. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network man. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the new service gasped some of the first twenty twenty two as president. Donald trump continues to insist that the presidential election was marred by what he calls. Massive voter fraud resulted in a win. For president elect joe biden more states had counties or implementing election only procedures. Experts say audits are a crucial element of election oversight but the general public may not be familiar with the process. Tammy patrick of the group. Democracy fund says there are different kinds of audits for different purposes. But any of them can be helpful if you wanted to know if the poll workers made an error what kind of audit would you think about doing a reconciliation audit if you wanted to know if the machine or machines counted or worked directly quite often. It's a hand count off and if you wanna know like was the correct winner called. That's where the risk limiting audit comes into play under a law that went into effect last year. Arkansas state officials have sixty days to begin. Auditing general election results. In at least four counties to complete the audit the state board of election commissioners will select the polling sites early voting locations and vote centers to be audited. I'm nadia ramleh gone. Joe biden's razor thin election over trump in wisconsin is now official. The state certified results that included a partial recount select counties and on monday. The governor signed this her vacation. Mike brown is with the progressive group. A better wisconsin together. Our local election officials who administer our elections deserve an enormous amount of credit and the people who helped the polls And the people who helped with accounting his cnn reports now that dr scott atlas a highly controversial member of the white house's corona virus task force has resigned cnn notes as a special government employees atlas had a one hundred and thirty day window at which he could serve and that window was technically going to end at the close of this week. Construction could begin very soon to replace a major pipeline in northern minnesota state. Regulators gave final permit approval monday despite strong opposition from tribal leaders and environmental groups. Canadian firm and bridge energy says it's line. Three pipeline is in dire need of a safer replacement and for years sought approval from the state in a closely watched process. Monday's action from the minnesota pollution control agency puts the project on the ramp toward breaking ground. Winona la duke. A native american activist with the group. Honor the earth says apart from the environmental harm. Construction will start in areas where residents are vulnerable. The covid forty two hundred workers that are coming largely from out of state into northern communities. Have very few health health facilities last week to try requested that another state agency stay its approval while legal challenge. Plays out in an appeals court. I'm mike mohan. This is us pretty soon. You may be only get recreational marijuana delivered to your doorstep in massachusetts on monday. The state cannabis control commission approved changes to adult use laws that will allow for two new kinds of licenses to deliver marijuana grant. Smith ellis with the massachusetts cannabis reform coalition says. The licenses will be available in two weeks. In about one hundred sixty towns including boston be don't use deliveries can only occur in town that already allow adult us retail sales for that specifically off into delivery and fees adult. You still cannot occur in towns with an adult use band. Suzanne potter meantime tom. Us house is scheduled to vote this week. On the more act that would effectively legalize marijuana on the federal level. It off the list of controlled substances. I always war first time. Visitors to food banks during the economic fallout from the pandemic an annual food drive volley wall game hunters aims to expand. Its reach for twenty years. The iowa department of natural resources has spirited the program. joe. Wilkinson is with the iowa. While i fight ration- each donor and recipient kind of work out their own deal so to speak at the end result is that Donor disabled to drop off deer and the recipient guest to try benefit at no charge and lay in a whole lot of meals for them. The iowa wildlife federation joined the effort. There's you to recruit more hunters to take part in the deer exchange. Finally are eric gladys tells us that scientists have warned that time is running out to change course to avoid the worst impacts of climate change. But esther sosa. Who's with the environmental defense fund says too often. The focus seems to be on saving starving polar bears and on melting icebergs. The group's new poll finds colorado's latino residents communities located disproportionately in the shadows of refineries and coal fired power plants support policies to reduce pollution by switching to clean energy sources. He will help him. Quality of life or harm report found a new standard connections between eighteen environment and their health. The pulses across the political divide more than ninety percent of colorado. Latino voters want drinking water to be protected from contamination an eighty two percent one environmental protections reinstated that were rolled back under the trump administration while the administration took steps to prevent job loss in the fossil fuel sector nearly eight and ten. Latino voters want the next president and congress to jump start the post cove economy through long term investments in clean energy including wind and solar latinos. Earning less than fifty thousand dollars a year. Who lost jobs. Due to the coronavirus pandemic are more likely.

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"la duke" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

The Kitchen Sisters Present

07:13 min | 11 months ago

"la duke" Discussed on The Kitchen Sisters Present

"Get out there cast that ballot. No matter who you are no matter how you vote it's not government by sixty five percent of the people after all it's about all of us weighing in and being heard, make a plan, bring a friend and vote. Name didn't mugging attack me gangway get them Augustine. Gum DNA sequence iggo. McCoy Indo Damn. winona indigene. Thank you for the honor of introducing myself to my name is when on the Little Duke I'm from the bear clan Mississippi beyond I'm here on the whiter reservation in northern Minnesota I wanNA thank you for the honor of being considered as a vice presidential candidate accept this honor. As become from community that has been historically disenfranchised politically and economically from this United States. But we also come from a community that we believe in the future to make a society that is based on making decisions considering the impact on the seventh generation from now. I believe that together we can make that possible and I. Thank you for the opportunity of joining you in that process. That was when Luke in Nineteen ninety-six accepting the vice presidential nomination on the Green Party ticket with Ralph Nader. Winona do has been on our radar for a long time. We visited her in two thousand four on the white earth reservation in Minnesota for our hidden kitchen story harvest on big rice, Lake. Winona is a food activist, a writer and environmentalist. She's the founder of the White Earth Land Recovery Project and the Executive Director of honor. The Earth. Most. Recently, she was a leader at standing rock fighting the Dakota access pipeline. She's tireless. A visionary A fighter. And she's in it for the long haul. Today, the kitchen sisters present winona Duke first born daughter. Double Mike here. Is, David Nelson and Nikki, Silva of the kitchen sisters, we are in Minnesota to see winona La Duke. On September twenty first two, thousand four for the rising moon story for hidden kitchens me one non. Search you had for breakfast this? What did I? You know that was for the from with Kim, the skipping of the initial breakfast and then from there. But then I made yesterday we tried the wild rice and Maple Syrup cake, which I actually thought was quite good. So, this is like the new thing because I'm never was good at fluffy cakes. You know when you go wild rice and Maple Syrup, you're just like totally in the heavy cake department, and so you don't have to wear on it was great and so we had a big feast today. You probably have some of the email that cake but I had to make test run yesterday because you don't want to try the new recipe out for the feast and. Have it be like the failure. winona cabin is on the reservation thirty miles from the nearest town. It's wet green boggy and beautiful the headwaters of the Mississippi with forests of pine and Maple and not many people. A, small patch of wild rice grows in the lake in front of winona place. It hasn't always been there. Some of the neighbors say it followed her when she came back by neighbors are commenting on it. They said, how did that Rice all get here and you know they got here because of the ducks I didn't do it. The ducks front, the Rice Winona. The Duke is a force to be reckoned with. There's a poster on the wall of her study that shows around horseback. It was part of her campaign for the vice presidency on the Green Party ticket with Ralph Nader during his first bid for the presidency. I'm not someone who's necessarily inclined to run for office. You've got gotTa really feel compelled are really worried about the country to run for office and I'm kind of worried about it. Well, it was the best part about running for vice president. It was just all these people you know it's amazing thing but people really wanted democracy that works they wanna feel like they could vote for someone they believe in. They WanNa feel like they could believe in something but you hear these politicians talking you'll feel passionate about them. It's sad. I. Really Think this is the richest most powerful country in the world and we ought to get it together. There should be something that we would believe him. So you go to these rallies you go some place and people were just come crying that they finally felt like that there was something they believed in people bring you their daughters. you don't know how many times I go out and they still do people bring me their daughters and say we want them to grow up and be like you. You know that's like the best thing what are you seated to girls from their mothers bring them after telling listen to their MOMS study hard and eat their vegetables like things because I have a lot of kids. Then I say you know think hard about things don't take everything for granted. You know think critically and think with compassion to you know it's easy to be critical but not have compassion for that person whose opinion I might disagree with you have to think about why think? Born in. Los. Angeles and raised in Oregon known moved to wider, which is her father's reservation after she graduated from Harvard in Nineteen Eighty two. When she first arrived, she worked as the principal of the reservations high school seven years. Later, she started the nonprofit white earth, land recovery, project dedicated to restoring local economy and food systems and preserving wild rice longtime ago we started on the eastern seaboard those people there are related to us the WOMP annoyed Aba, Nacchio's and the Lenny Ave we call them our old people because we came from them we are instructed by some prophets to move west were told if we did not move West parish, which is pretty much true. Anybody who lived on the eastern seaboard almost gone. Now we followed a shell in the sky and our migration store we traveled by canoe. Through those water west get to where we are here we were told to go to the place where the food grows upon the water. And that was wild rice. And a lot of ways defines what it is to be initially ave. Our jubilee people because we're the ones who have that rice, we have forty seven lakes. This is a beautiful land here. You know we have a call this the medicine chest that will raise. It's all as prairie here, and there was great stands of pine the headwaters of the Mississippi is on this was efficient. So as the headwaters of the Red River goes to the north, this is like both ecosystems to the. South to the north, and then you have all these lakes you know. So you have a really beautiful land here and we have a really interesting ojibway community got three different bands that that we settled here came into this reservation. We have a lot of you know our culture here and our culture is not American. We're would you boys? You know now as the wild rice season and it is really defines being way..

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The New American Library

After The Fact

05:35 min | 1 year ago

The New American Library

"When was the last time you went to the library? Was It for a book a movie? Even a toy. Was it for an exercise class, or maybe it's one of the few places where you're able to access the Internet. For the future trusts I'm Dan La Duke, and this is after the fact. Libraries aren't just about books anymore and haven't been for a long time. But. They've always been about the democratization of information. Thanks to Benjamin Franklin it was about this time of year on July. First 1731 that Franklin created the first free lending library in Philadelphia it signaled a real change in the world that America, not yet its own country. Was a place where information could be available to everyone turns out. That concept has become a cherished one. The Pew Research Center reports that seventy eight percent of Americans say public libraries provide information, and here's the key part information that is trustworthy and reliable. That's no small thing in this digital information age when many people are also saying they have trouble. Sorting fact from fiction sounds like something we're talking about and celebrating and joining us to do just that is Carla Hayden the Librarian of Congress the fourteenth person and the first woman and African American to serve in that role. So Carla Hayden Welcome. It's a delight to talk to you. Thank you. This is a great time to talk about libraries this time of year this podcast likes to talk about the importance of certain American institutions and how they've made our country great. We are right around the fourth of July. That's whenever we want is sort of paying attention to the Declaration of independence, and that's an important thing, but there's another another big American holiday that people may not realize on July first back in seventeen, thirty one when Ben Franklin created the first library in this country beckoned those days. What was the stated goal of a library? And how how if any way is it different? Than the goals today. Benjamin Franklin if you remember was a bookseller and a lover of books, and that time books were very rare and very expensive, and they could only be obtained with great difficulty and so Ben, Franklin. Wanted to have a membership society, The Philadelphia Library Company and he started the idea of lending library and it was in this time. They weren't a nation yet, but it was starting and the idea that. Information and ideas should be free and not clasp out. So that library was created not scholars, the rich one class, but for people who could not afford to have their own, and as time in the decades progressed I mean. The other founding fathers Thomas. Jefferson, being one of them recognize the need for the institution that you now head the library of Congress. It's IT'S A. It's the biggest in the world for for for one thing. Why was there this decision back then to create a library of Congress and National Library sorts in eighteen, Fifteen The British destroy the US capital and there were about twelve hundred. Legal books near for Congress and I've been told, and even shown the fireplace in the capital where the British actually use some of those books, those initial books to start that fire, and at that time Thomas Jefferson the great collector books at the largest personal collection of books in the country at that time. Had retired to Monticello, and he offered to sell his collection to the country to start the library of Congress, and it included the Koran. It was a universal collection. The idea that Congress needed more than just legal books soon said there is no subject to which member of Congress may not have occasion to refer the democratization of information was The whole democracy notion was pretty new in the world in those days. How important is the free flow of information in libraries? ROLE IN OUR DEMOCRACY? Libraries have been almost bastions of equal opportunity to information. The idea that anyone could have access to books. And what more importantly was contained in them was the great equalizer in unifier in many ways now there were difficulties in this country as you could imagine in the Jim Crow South. On there was the segregation of public libraries like public facilities, and that was something that even carried over into some of the northern. A states that had as they call them colored branches. Actually were designated, but that idea. Of A library, being a place as librarians like to say, books could battle it out on the shelves. You put. A book about one thing there and the possibly opposing idea book that describes in another idea. Right next to it and let the public decide.

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The Broadband GapWhos Not Online in America Today?

After The Fact

06:53 min | 1 year ago

The Broadband GapWhos Not Online in America Today?

"Uh-huh connections don't just sort of fly through the air given how we operate and how we are so frequently connected to the Internet. Those of us who live in communities that have strong connections. We sort of take that for granted. You don't have to think about the time of day that you're getting online whether or not you need to kick someone else off in order to finish your homework for communities that either have slow connections or no connections. That's a normal part of life that's Katherine dewitt who manages Pews Broadband Research Initiative broadband is one of the main ways that Americans access the Internet. And sometimes maybe take for granted. Welcome to after the fact for the Pew Charitable Trusts. I am Dan La- Duke and we hope you're well during these days at home. Due to the corona virus pandemic many of us can read the news. Maybe join a virtual exercise class. Watch an endless number of movies all because we're connected to the Internet. We may not always think about how essential that connection is but millions of Americans without reliable connections. Think about it all the time and that brings us to our data point for this episode. Twenty one million. There are twenty one million Americans who don't have access to broadband Internet according to the Federal Communications Commission. And depending on your definition of connectivity that number could even be higher I spoke to Katherine Dewitt about the challenges for those who live on the wrong side of the digital gap. Catherine welcome who should say we're speaking to each other over broadband Internet right now and that you study broadband connectivity gaps and how we can expand access for communities around the country the twenty one million. That's our data point on the low side right. The Federal Communications Commission estimates that at least twenty one million Americans don't have access to the Internet across the country but including those for Microsoft put that number as high as one hundred and sixty two million. Let's define what broadband means for people? I mean a lot of people access the Internet only through phones. So could you sort of lay out? What broadband at its best is supposed to look like in do for people the Federal Communications defined broadband as high speed reliable internet at speeds of twenty five megabits per second download and three megabits per second upload? You can get those connections via fiber wireless satellite DSL or cable okay. That's a lot of technocrats. Speak but what you do need to know about your connection. Is that that speed that number that we talk about matters and it matters as it relates to public funding for broadband and of course we measure. Someone's connection the FCC says that for one user on one device you can make do with just about anything including streaming videos from services with that speed. That's up to twenty five megabits per second but as soon as you start adding other users or you have multiple users on multiple devices trying to send e-mail while someone else's surfing the Internet while someone else is trying to watch an instructional video. Your needs for speed drastically increase. What do we know about like geographically where these Pockets OF PEOPLE ARE. Who Don't have service. I mean for might be somewhere. Where populations disperse is it. Generally that is all over based on the FCC's data twenty one million of unconnected Americans. That's overwhelmingly effects rural populations. But we know both through our research and Through anecdotal evidence this problem affects communities of all types of all locations all across the country that means urban communities it means suburban Communities Immune to rural and remote communities some of those communities of those types that I just listed have excellent connections and there are many urban communities who have very high speed Internet But they are communities of both types that either have slow internet or they have no Internet connection at all. When we say that people don't have access are in trying to come up with these numbers is that because the fiber or the cable Doesn't run to their residents or does it also include folks who just can't afford it. 'cause it's not not cheap. Each month can accidents. Don't just fly through the air given how we operate and how we are so frequently connected to the Internet. Those of us who live in communities that have strong connections. We sort of take that for granted but for those communities who don't have the connections right now that can be for several reasons and it's complicated not just because we're talking about the geographic diversity of where can activity is lacking or talking about multiple policy areas that deal with multiple levels of government. But perhaps more importantly were talking about infrastructure and the Internet is a very physical network. It may be that It's just too expensive to connect to some of these rural communities that have low population density just doesn't make for a good business case for for profit companies in other cases it is because Folks can't afford the connection. It's too expensive. It's outside of their monthly budget. But I think what's interesting about? This current situation is how we are really seeing that relevance piece play out because our community centers are closed our schools our libraries are places where people can access the services that they need every day. Well now they can't go to those places. People used to rely on public libraries or fast food Restaurants down the street from their homes further Internet access with those spots not available. What are the temporary solutions? That are are coming forth. Well we're seeing things like Wi fi on buses and those buses parked in a school and library parking lot so folks can drive up and get online if they need to We're seeing libraries in schools. Also run out. Hotspots and laptops were also seeing to the federal government responds so typically those schools and libraries that have received FCC funding are not allowed to have those wireless networks on Outside of operating hours but the Federal Communications Commission in late March adjusted the restrictions for when those networks are accessible the state of Washington. Right now is thinking of setting F- They're calling them dry flies. So you drive up To a mobile hotspot and you hang out in your car for as long as you need to be there and then you keep on going and the next person uses it there. Bandaids There needed BANDAIDS. They're necessary for the situation that we're in right now and it speaks to the need for solutions that way folks don't have to rely on these backup options at their libraries or schools or community centers in order to get online and for kids. You know in order to simply do their homework.

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"la duke" Discussed on After The Fact

After The Fact

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"la duke" Discussed on After The Fact

"This new normal getting news from a variety of sources. Some of them with a partisan point of view others offering free content can come at a cost second. Tier providers might follow only a single topic as opposed to the broad local news. A resident may have depended on from a local newspaper the result less civic engagement and negative consequences for democratic institutions according to Jay Jennings. He's a research fellow at the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas. He and Co author Meghan Rubio examined. The impact of local newspaper declines on mayoral elections in the United States and published their findings in the urban fair's review communities suffer when newspapers are in decline We found specifically that when newspapers are cutting staff and when they are in decline when they are not as active as they were in the past that is associated with Some political consequences in specifically we see These consequences are lower competition in mayoral races and also lower turnout to lower engagement with the elections in general so fewer people want to run and Fewer people turn out to actually vote Let's let's talk about those one by one. What's Your Conclusions of about why fewer people are running one of the important roles that newspapers provide for communities is to tell them what local government is actually doing and how they're doing their job and so we think that it really highlights the opportunity for potential challengers Win The newspapers can cover and say look here. Are the ways where. This mayor is. Not Doing as good of a job as he could. Or if you don't know what local governments doing for community. Why would you want to be a part of? It makes a lot of sense so And that also then translates into turnout. Because I guess the corollary is if people aren't reading about it they don't know what to vote about that's right. A lot of these elections are taking place at off cycle elections And so if you don't know to turn out in a Tuesday in May for your local election you don't know what's going on. You're not following the mayoral race. You're not following what's going on government. Why would you turn out to vote in these? A lot of these races. Have Pretty Low. Turn Out Even compared to what we would see in in Congress or definitely for the presidency really wanted to talk to people on the ground about how they thought these things were connected and what their experience has been like covering local government until we specifically reached out to people who'd either covered local government or were signing people to cover local government. And what we've been told is that as the staffing cuts of happened. They're able to go to less and less meetings. We have seen this notion of the citizen. Journalist and social media does make anyone a publisher But what's what's the downside to that that that you see. The downside is twofold one. There is a advantage to having a trained professional who works kind of journalistic standards the person knowing how to be a good writer but also knowing what kind of the rules about privacy and how you cite sources all the things that are the go into what you learn about being a journalist. I think are important that the second thing is is I think a lot of this isn't journalists are coming into this with an agenda and so they are kind of their own little interest group. And so they're doing this because they're interested in a certain topic not because that they are like have this journalistic drive typically. This is also one of those things where you don't know what you don't know right. I mean if no one's going to the meetings And and you know. The city council decides to vote every vote themselves a raise. The no one's going to know that stuff happens doesn't it does. And there's some examples of this and encryption has a particularly hard thing to study because you don't know the corruption stories that haven't been uncovered right so until a newspaper reporter or you know someone uncovers that corruption is happening. The you don't know when it's happening what's going to happen next. You get you get a sense from your report that you think that this decline might start feeding upon itself a little bit knowing what's going to happen next is difficult. I think on one hand what you see when you talk to these people in these communities is that. They're really doing more with less and they're really being innovative and working hard and trying to find solutions to cover local government as best they can they always talk about. How important is the editor especially say that this is like something they have to prioritize? They'll talk about democracy. They'll talk talk about their role so on one hand you WanNa be hopeful that they will kind of figure out this new model on and there will be ways that they can kind of promote democracy and really returned to their watchdog role in in some way on the other hand. You see the economics of it. You see the way. The decline is just kind of like gutted. These papers from newsrooms. They used to have forty two now. Having like six people do forty people's jobs like how are they supposed to cover the same amount of things with such a gut at newsroom as local newspapers search for a new business model? That's both profitable and sustainable. They're seeing mixed results in some places the model collapses and the result is a news desert a place with little or no local news coverage will travel to waycross Georgia which is one of those places to see firsthand the impacts from the loss of local news the effect on the local area population was immediate panic in the streets. But it was. What are we going to do? It's like this is our newspaper. What do you mean our newspapers go? Who took our newspaper away from us. Of course some local papers are finding a model that works for them in the third and final installment in this series. We'll be looking at the Berkshire Eagle in Massachusetts where a small group of local investors stepped in to save their paper between those two extremes. There are still hundreds of local papers fighting to survive trying to serve their communities and their subscribers. We'd like to hear about your local paper. Email us at podcast at pewtrust dot. Org Or tweet US at pewtrusts. We'll see you next week as we report from waycross for the Pew Charitable Trusts. I'm Dan La- Duke and this is after the fact after the fact is produced by the Pew Charitable Trusts..

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"la duke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"la duke" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Three of LeBron Jimmy d and all veteran, minimum guys or option three LeBron kyri or Jimmy and all the young guys. Stay. So those are the three absence. Let me grab the Duke in LA Duke, go. What are you got down on that? I'm we'll go with option number three and reason why said, because LeBron career already proved that they can win together. And if they can do it with their team that they had in Cleveland they can definitely do it with the young guys. But I wanna dress the killing statement about the other team man, I don't care who they get up over there. They're never going to win a champion don't. They need to be talking about that. Other team is putting removed him out of LA. You know, I mean they just leave the team. Maybe we shouldn't back the San Diego or I don't know. But yeah, I'm going option. Number three. I know the Brian curry had a little issues, but they already pulled championships. I mean championship together and, you know, I'm pretty sure anybody can agree with that. They can do it with team. They had in Cleveland. They can do what the young guys with the Brian eight that's, that's the if if if you know the I don't even like Jimmy Butler. So he's not even talking about, but you can go with option. Number three. Thank you. Robert Casillas tweets, Max's wrong about Leonard in the clippers because the clips have to go through the west to get to the finals Oreo junkies. This Max's, a hater and he was a hater even when he was doing radio here in LA, crying laughing emoji. The one thing about your option one, they're right in the vets like good vets. I think you said great vets, it's hard. Everybody's going to be trying to get the vets that are considered to be good or great Davis will O'Brien soon be easier to track guys. Well, that's, that's the question is right. So in the case of the warriors, if you're if you're having limited amount of money. Yeah. How many teams are there, you know, Houston? Okay. See, now I get I, I will always say that the Lakers the most attractive destination because I live here. Right. And I get that. But that's that's all I'm saying. It's might be traded. You bet. Last russillo, russillo. Ryen russillo is gonna join us next. We're back in four minutes. Sit down a show you on ESPN LA my Trudeau hanging out with us today. Ryen russillo going to join us here in just a second. Don't forget hang out with us on Thursday, draft night, rock, and brews, in Redondo beach corner of PCH Palos Verdes boulevard, Mason.

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"la duke" Discussed on After The Fact

After The Fact

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"la duke" Discussed on After The Fact

"If there's one word that describes what's happening with today's American family. It's delay. Couples are delaying when they get married women are waiting to have children. And as it turns out, as people get older, they're delaying retirement. Two thirds of Americans say they expect to work past age, sixty five, the reason why concerns that they won't have enough money to live comfortably. In fact, the Pew Research Center found that forty six percent of American adults are worried. They won't have enough money saved to retire for the future trust. I'm Dan la- Duke and forty six percent is our data point for this episode of after the fact, our fourth and final installment in our series on today's American families. So we know that Americans are working longer than they have previously. So since the nineteen eighties labor force participation has increased for those who are fifty five and older. I'm it's leveling off at around forty percent of this order group. And according to the Federal Reserve only twenty two percent of American workers say, they will stop working oughta gather in retirement, and according to our survey. Nearly two-thirds workers said they were likely to work past a sixty five that's John, Scott. He directs the retirement savings project at the pew charitable trusts. We also know that a lot of Americans are concerned about their retirement security, some people enjoy the work that they do, but in our own survey of workers, the majority felt they would be forced to do so out of financial susidy and this was most prevalent among women. And low to moderate income respondents who said they felt it would need to work in retirement. Like Sharon Cutler, who seventy one and needs to work to support herself and her husband, Steve, we caught up with her at their home in Chicago amid a bunch of moving boxes packing up because, we're, we're in Chicago now but you're going to be moving to Florida soon to Florida where Florida them town. Okay. Which is where New Yorkers douse. That's right. Right. But I, I will be the only one in the development of seventy five hundred condos not retired. I don't really think it'll be that bad. But I will be working she and Steve raised their kids in New York, and we're looking forward to retirement life, had been good has some money in the Bank had a beautiful home on Long Island, and was with the man of my dreams dined, and wined all that great stuff and good friends, and then things changed we overspent, and we did a lot of extravagant things we didn't save as much as we should have the Cutler's have been in Chicago to be close to family. But the move to Florida is meant to reduce their cost of living there. Part of a new generation of retirees in America, some of the first to actually be retiring, and having to rely on their own savings, rather than traditional pensions were moving from a system where we use the term defined benefit pension plan or tradition. Pension plan where the employer basically made all the decisions they decided how much they put in how to invest the funds in the plan and really all the worker, had to do was claim their benefit when they retired typically at age sixty five we removing to the system of defined contribution retirement savings plans sometimes call four one K plans or individual retirement accounts. The key point is.

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"la duke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:50 min | 2 years ago

"la duke" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Attention on a mass shooting was August first nineteen sixty six and it was covered live university of Texas in Austin, and there were data tower that house their administration building and. Charles j Whitman twenty four at the time he was a student. He got to the top of the tower, and he started shooting at people killed sixteen and later on. It was discovered that one of his closest confidants his scoutmaster friend was a priest named the Reverend Joseph g Luke. Well, Reverend LA Duke is on the list of forty priests credibly accused of abusing children in the archdiocese of Galveston Houston that was just released a few weeks ago. And Luke is dead. I believe the Joe Scott co is a riverside city riverside City College. Professor she has written a book. And. Had interview will not interviewed but had had researched the connections between the Duke. And the killer. Charles Whitman, even before the Duke was released name the name was released on this list. Apparently, there was a pretty close relationship between the two. And of course, that begs the question was that part of what drove this man to climb up that tower and shoot all those people that day in nineteen sixty six have may have had nothing to do with. It may have a lot to do with it. Let's talk to Joe Scott co about her book a'research Joe, thanks for coming on with us. Thank you so much for having me. Awesome. When does the book came out came out in April two thousand eighteen so it's just about a year old now? So it was before the Reverend LA Duke was on the list of priests who had done the abuse. Yeah. It was before the Pennsylvania story broke, you know, the grand jury was it was before before the McCarrick scandal certainly way after Boston. Of course, you know. But yeah. What did you know about Luke then as far as abusing children nothing? There was no there was no credible accusation with of him that was in the public view. And of course, we're putting credible accusation in quotes, of course. And public view is really important that was visible to me or to anybody else either as a Catholic priest or as a scoutmaster which was another area where he was involved Catholic scouting as you know, is a big deal especially in the mid twentieth century. So there was there was nothing. But yeah. But you were able to at least back then find out that there was a relationship between the Duke and Whitman then. Yeah. I mean, it kind of intrigued me since it was post Boston. I when when I saw since I was a Catholic in my upbringing, and everything I I one of the first things I saw when I started kind of working on something that I thought was going to be a different project was this FBI statement because the FBI interviewed fatherly Duke in Alaska, which was like, what's he doing in Alaska, and they just had their shooting in Texas. And I just kind of puzzled me, but I drew attention to will you know, he had a relationship with this. And he was friends with them. And and what was that all about? And so I just kind of thought when once they figured out that he was dead. I thought, you know, the red flags in his story are almost too cliche. You know? So I really tried to approach it with a kind of skepticism as I built the time line, and then looked under this rock, and that rock and talk to this person and found this record and so forth. You know, what accumulated were many many red flags and still go through some of the red flags describe what? What the relationship may have been. Okay. So so one of the things first of all is that I had to understand what those red flags were. So one of the first things we see in stories of problem pres or criminal pres is a lot of geographical movement. So that's one thing. So, you know, the Duke was born in Waterbury, Connecticut, he went to college in Massachusetts. And then he went to college Ottawa, and then he moves down to lake worth with his parents when he first enter seminary in Baltimore, and he lives kind of down in around the around the block from where the Whitman family lives and Charles Whitman is there with his abusive father is two younger brothers and his mother who is a devout Catholic. And who is also the primary target of abuse in the home. So you can kind of see there's a whole red flag just around him as being a possible target. But in any case in terms of Luke stories, specifically what I discovered was that some time right around the time that he makes acquaintance with Whitman. He appears to be jetted or rejected or someone gets in his way about become. A priest when he's has first seminary in Baltimore. And this is considered one of the first kind of red flags researchers have discovered if somebody moves from one seminary to another it's not like, they're, you know, a dentist student, and they just keep moving to colleges and they're gonna bootstrap their way to be a dentist. If somebody wants to be a priest at hard in their disregarding, and they're kind of finagling their way, that's a really bad sign because of the privileges and the the access that that's going to go to get you. So what happens is that his primary contact with Whitman is a ten month period where he's between seminaries when he's he's out of the Baltimore seminary where he I went and he's trying to find another place to go. And and that's when he navigates somehow transferred to the seminary in report, Texas, do we know why it got bounced out of the Baltimore seminary secret files. No, that's above my pay grade. So so the thing that's really important that all researchers who studied he's kind of cases. Learn is that the secret files is not like a joke. In fact, if he read the grand jury report. Pennsylvania. It's a real term. It really means for bishops is or I only depending upon how many you happen to have. There's no freedom of information act for those types of records. So that's why litigation is necessary or a rate as has happened in in Galveston Houston. The the went in and raided and they took all of these historical files before they released the list. So so you what you have to do is you have to work backwards and look at actual cases actual reporting an actual research on predatory priests to see what some of these things what would be the reasons why someone would be rejected from seminary, and it would be things like mental illness or pedophilia or sometimes a homosexual orientation that has been less probably in recent years. So, you know, there there are a few options, but someone being rejected from from seminary would not be a good sign. And if they really were determined to to to be a priest the fact that they would, you know, try so hard to do that. That's not I think I think to the secular ear that sounds like. Wow. They really wanted to do it. So. It's not the same thing in the pre. How how old is the killer? Charles Whitman at the time that he gets to know the priest Joseph nine and ten years old. Oh, jeez. All right. And he's gotta can you hang on abuse. And a mother who is a devout Catholic pieces are falling into place here. Pretty strong. We're talking to Joe Scott coast. She's a riverside City College professor, and she wrote a book a while back. We're talking to her about, but it's got new relevance. The book is mass a sniper a father and a priest at what is the connection between. A Reverend Joseph Duke was on a list of forty priests in Texas diocese, credibly accused of abusing children since nineteen fifty and a man by the name of Charles Whitman. You don't know that name? He went on a shooting rampage in nineteen sixty six he was the Texas tower shooter one of the first mass shooters that got so much widespread coverage and he killed at least sixteen people. Well, we're going to talk more in depth because apparently he runs into this priest when he's nine or ten years old, and that's that's a tough age. And as John just mentioned he came from a bad home more coming up. John and Ken KFI. Debra Mark.

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"la duke" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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"la duke" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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