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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:11 min | 2 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KTRH

"Leah grieves we may have a potential second related person of interest at large in the community but we would encourage the public to remain calm and if you see something say something it's the second terrorist attack on a navy base in the United States since December the car sped through a gate which triggered vehicle barriers to deploy the driver got out of the car and began shooting a security guard wearing a bullet proof vest was injured but has since been released from the hospital at the Pentagon Jennifer Griffin fox news Harris County is extending the stay home work safe order through June tenth even as governor Greg Abbott continues to open up the state at a news conference today county judge Lina Hidalgo says her new order does not conflicts with the governor's order as far as Harris County is concerned we are following the governor's recommendations that is our duty to do that we are working to ensure that within those recommendations we give ourselves a chance at success you can only order asks people to stay at home or work from home if necessary coronavirus air restrictions in Texas are over governor Abbott announcing today that people traveling to Texas from California Connecticut New York New Jersey and Washington state are no longer subject to two week quarantine measures also covered people coming in from Atlanta Chicago Detroit and Miami at least ninety one drug convictions expected to be overturned because of cricket Houston cop Gerald goings he's one of two HPD cops and died in the deadly Harding street rate from last year first county DA came Aug says goings name is all over the search warrant used to arrest these individuals for giving all those individuals the presumption or the or the benefit of the doubt that Gerald points testimony was false and that no conviction should stand based on false testimony going faces charges of felony murder and tampering with government records in the deaths of tennis title in Regina Nicholas who were killed in a shootout with police in January twenty nineteen eighty R. H. news time eight oh three president trump is back at the White House this evening after a special tour today during a Ford plant west of Detroit and the Lansing Michigan carrying.

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Dying of whiteness during the coronavirus pandemic

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

09:41 min | 3 months ago

Dying of whiteness during the coronavirus pandemic

"I'm Jonathan Kaye part. Welcome to Cape Up. Jonathan Metzler back sooner than I expected because of the Corona virus pandemic in his book dying of Whiteness. How the politics of racial resentment is killing. America's heartland Nestle the director of Vanderbilt University Center for medicine. Health and society put a human face on the opposition to many policies that would save lives and livelihood a warning of the lengths to which the white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. Listen to mental. Explain why those anti stay at home protests in state capitals Egged on by the president that historical pattern and why the politics racial resentment is a deflection. That works right now. Jonathan Metzel. Thank you very much for coming back to the PODCAST. It's great to be back. I you were just on the podcast a couple of months ago and I try not to go back to Previous guests sooner than say six months but the situation that we're in right now with the with covert nineteen sort of demanded that you come back. We had on Reverend William Barber talking about the racial disparities that we've now been forced to reckon with with the corona virus. And you sent me a message. Reminding me that everything that you wrote about in Europe antastic book dying of Whiteness is playing out in this corona virus and the covert nineteen pandemic. Talk about that well. The book I wrote Diana Whiteness was was really. I mean I who knew at the time but what I was talking about in. That book was about the ways in which there were kind of undercurrents of white racial resentment that shaped Attitudes among politicians and certain white voters particularly in mid in America. That am caused them to what you would think. Vote against their own biological self interests and so the story. I told him that book was a story. About how for example and working class and lower income white voters rejected the affordable. Care Act. Which would have helped them a lot because they thought that immigrants and minorities were gaming the system and I looked at The rise of guns as symbols of kind of white self protection. And you know that was. That was a a book that I thought was kind of how to beginning a middle and an end it was kind of a warning of the lengths to which when white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors in corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. I mean everything from in you know. It seems like the best possible for many red states would be to expand Medicaid if people health and transferred this moment of dire need and you would think people would be rallying to get Medicaid. It would help them. Not just medically would help them. Financially not incur bankruptcies pay less for medications but instead trump has been actively actively not expanding Medicaid and and people have been supporting him and the same thing with guns are the the gun story as is eight hundred percent rise in gun sales in some states in in in conjunction with this idea And and so kind of across the board this idea and and of course brought to bear most recently by these protests are across across many red states where people are literally out there saying and we we want to support trump even if it costs us in our family members and our communities days and months and years of our lives and and the racial currents are just. I mean just absolutely unavoidable. Okay so let's let's start with the with those protests because as I watched the video coming from Lansing Michigan and other places and people is openly. Define what we all knew when they were protesting to be true that the corona virus is spread. If you are not socially distancing if you're not wearing a mask if you're shaking hands if you have any kind of physical contact and these votes were acting in total defiance of everything of everything we know up the is it. Are they being irrational in what they're doing or are they being rational in that support for Donald Trump and resentment of and racial resentment are enough for them to ignore science? Well I think there are a couple of things that are important to keep in mind about this process. I just always make clear when I talk about them. That those protests are not all all white Americans. They're not all trump supporters. That's a kind of vote very vocal very threatening fringe group. That has gotten a lot of validation from from trump and a lot of funding from the Devos family and other places and so in a way. Because we're all stuck at home. It's hard to see that there are a lot of people in red states who are terrified of what those protests represent Democrats and Republicans and so first of all. I think it's unfortunate just given the way we're all many of us at at home right now and it looks like that's every Republican out there and that's not the case that being said I try to avoid saying that anything is irrational You know I think would my research. I came to realize that there are there are deep and ideology said that makes sense to people and I think this idea of government. Overreach this idea that Social PROGRAMS ARE GONNA benefit immigrants and minorities and and at the expense of of white people. do these ideas are very very ingrained and I think that also when you when you combine that with a moment of real despair this I this moment of you know not just a more the risk of mortality but also this fear of you know real real economic trauma that people back on their deepest their deepest fears. We've seen that you know the rise of Nazi Germany on down that people when they're who've been there the most desperate it's not like they become the most centrist They they become the most terrified. And so it. At a moment like this people fall back on extreme ideologies. It's not like everybody's GonNa come to the middle and I think trump has been very artful at manipulating those anxieties and shifting blame race. That I think are very dangerous but it's not I. It's not irrational. If it's based in a particular reading of reality and and also Lib reality for a lot of people you know one of the big stories to come out of out of the corona virus coverage is the the health disparities disparities in impact that overwhelmingly the victims of Corona virus have been Americans and other people of color particularly African Americans. What role do you think that plays in the mindset of people who might be looking in saying you know that's affecting them and so therefore I don't need to be concerned about this? Well I think certainly that's been framing an edge of course true right in other words. Many of the people who died in this early phase are emigrants of members of minority groups. People who have to either have to go to work In in conditions are live in areas. Where there's a lot of density I certainly think that that led to a feeling of kind of white and bits ability especially in the people. I've been interviewing people in this idea that oh no. This won't be because this is kind of black and Brown problem. I certainly think fueled part of the feeling of invincibility surrounding mess But it'll be interesting to see. I mean I think there are two caveats that narrative of I is that I guarantee you. A lot of these deaths in rural white America are being under reported. Just because there's not great data gathering and so I do think there's a lot of despair in in rural areas that we're not hearing about and and I think the other point is because of these protests and particularly when these red states start opening up if if they do which seems insane. We're GONNA see a lot of of working class white very sick and dying and so it'll be interesting to see what happens to that narrative when it really starts to hit home for people

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:36 min | 4 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Lansing Michigan test the stay home stay safe executive order by the governor this is going to happen all over the country my prediction keeps all six states in the U. S. northeast took the first tentative step toward re opening their economies by forming a regional panel to first develop a strategy for the gradual lifting of restrictions saying death stand sheen the corona virus pandemic the announcement of the panel to include economic and health officials from each state as well as the chief of staff of all six governors came after the president insisted that any decision on restarting the economy was his to make in the states of course don't agree with that the states in New York New Jersey Connecticut with the total population of thirty two million will join with neighboring Delaware Pennsylvania and Rhode Island and coordinating their efforts to re open their economies more than a hundred south Koreans who fully recovered from corona virus have now tested positive for a second time as that country eyes an easing of social distancing rolls the killer virus has reactivated in a total of a hundred and sixteen patients with forty eight of them in the nation's coronavirus epicenter in that country sars may have originated in mammals likely a bat given that its overall molecular structure closely remember we was resembles other viruses found in these animals researchers about discovered six additional corona viruses in these baths not good but let's check in with doctor Gerrie Ridenhour author of pandemic and get his latest on the situation Gerry some states are saying they seem to be seeing the downturn what are you hearing this girl because what's going on they're saying well if the curve is starting to flatten there's no scientific papers out there that says that when a curve flattens this is going to disappear and be all gone this is basically thrown bare in all its own some salmon to the bare spots it's all the same into the bears what do you think what's your what's your gut tell you my god as well first off we just had our first case in in town of Adam which we only have a population of six thousand and my fear is now is that the the death rate and cases will spike up and down sooner or later it'll get so bad they'll be no police no fire one of martial law read zombies out there they'll be no taxes for the government so little towns in and cut and counties will go bankrupt and intermittent electrical power no cell phones no jobs and no health insurance some countries are going to disappear completely for your I know this is crazy you know over the weekend that the governor of Louisiana was really concerned kind of reversing him himself because they at seven hundred eighty nine deaths in Louisiana history wasn't concerned about that coronavirus deaths when he failed to say he is in that state already according to the CDC they have twenty nine hundred deaths from the seasonal flu why isn't anybody can join this comparison Gerry the reason is that the school is a sacred cow now because they've tried to get vaccines multiple vaccines against the flu nothing has worked so it's just swept under the carpet all right Gerry right now our author of the book pandemic but I gotta tell you folks something is gonna happen and happen pretty soon because people are at a breaking point right now and it's unfortunate it's unfortunate for those people who are getting this virus and it's very unfortunate for the people who don't have the virus who were really just stuck at home they're not working they're running out of money it's a very tense situation I don't have to tell you this you already feel that but my my guess is is that sooner than later they're gonna have to open up things in the United States or we really have a problem saying we need you in the White House senator Bernie Sanders says and doors Joe Biden for president less than a week after suspending his own campaign for the Democratic Party nomination well last week we were blessed with the pink full moon it was gorgeous what else is going on Dr sky what do you have for this week well I Georgia hello everybody we begin with space.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on WJR 760

"And it doesn't send a good afternoon everybody and welcome these Lansing Michigan where the presence and I got a home game today it's Michigan state it's Ohio state it's the final regular season game this season and this is one of those games were other records the rankings really don't mean a lot because this is a championship day for Michigan state it's kind of a winner take all sort of thing and that's exactly where we are is a win today against the Buckeyes would give Michigan state its third straight big ten regular season title will team here that coach Tom is on time you know I say you want to play late in the season and have it mean something why you got a Russia yeah you really do you know any time you can play for a championship and allows them to put yourself in a position to be successful and I got to finish the job you know and I thought my team earlier this week that you know the middle of the year we weren't finishing that's what will also close games the end of the year we started finishing now we have to make the ultimate finish that's when the game here well senior day and you have four players and I thought maybe we just take a moment and talk about the for now start off with a counter Georgia fifty seniors graduate he's working on his master's yeah and now he's been unbelievable kit for the program you know hasn't played as much as but he'd like I'd like but he earned a scholarship part way through is second year had that for a couple years and he's he's deserved everything he's got he's been a great student he's been a great creek kiddies but a great teammate and he's been an unbelievable scope team player and at our place that means a lot you know somebody's got to show you what the other team does and Connor has done that to an elite level his mother's a volleyball coach here I think that helped because he understands what it's like to be a coach and he's been very helpful to me well the great player Josh Langford he gave me great minutes and then there was heartbreak for him because he just couldn't get healthy now it's year and a half of it and nobody so worse than he did but I was second on that list because he last going to last year's averages sixteen seventeen points when he really went down and you know those summer he had I thought he was going to be dynamite this year thirty year best two way player many can score he can defend it he had the most experience he started every game since you've been here but it didn't work out and you know he's not totally done yet we're gonna go through senior day so that he and his family can enjoy it but he may have some options open yet and some could be to come back here's something to be go to the NBA and so he heals up well and then there's this guy named Kaspars talking about a guy that is always seems to be healing up but if he's given you a good minutes and he's been hurt a lot but seems like he's good now he said the best month and a half probably and his life you know he really got hurt after he committed suicide as a junior in high school and said some of the most bizarre injuries there's two or three times including last year in Michigan game I thought he was done forever he more or less said he was done right on the floor and we keep battling back perseverance as it all I heard he's got five six hundred people coming up from his hometown with him wanting his brother and the other with a unique a cool thing for his family but Carl arms is definitely part of the factor today and he is becoming an integral part of our offense and defense he brings five years of experience we can keep you healthy I think it helps a lot down the stretch of five hundred people time came up from for sales of high there are many people laughed no there's not you know I I think they closed everything including this seven eleven there but you know they leave the doors open nobody rips people off and those kind of town slugger mountain and then your your fifth senior what a special guy Cassius Winston being gone on about him but you know he's also graduate is also working on his master's and he's also one about every word you can is trying to get a third straight championship yeah it's amazing what he's done for the program especially through some trying times and we all know the situation would cash in what he's gone through but I tell you what now he's done an incredible job of figuring out how to win you know zero to win this sophomore year he figured out how to get us to the final fours junior year and it's just been a trying year because of all these plans through and yet to his credit he's finding a way right now to put us on his back can help guide us you know to another big ten championship which would be incredible considering what we went through well there's this phrase you use and you think it's really important and I want to ask you about it you say championship teams play for each other yeah I think that's very true I mean I think you hope all teams do but you don't win a championship unless everybody plays for each other today I'm asking all of our guys because you never know senior day FX's seniors differently it's going to be an emotional day for Cashin was other brothers here today and that's going to be hard on him is going to be an emotional day I think for for Kyle Kuzma through so many ups and downs you know so I'm asking those other players to play for those seniors because emotional days could mean you played great emotional days meaning you don't place good I'm hoping for the first but I am not prepared for both in making sure that other guys understand that they have a responsibility to well today it's Michelle Santos thing lasted final regular season game to your game number thirty one on the schedule back with more of the time as a pregame show in a moment right here on the sprint network that's vero beach there are doors to open and steps to be taken there are chapters waiting to be written there are simple things that.

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Former Michigan State gymnastics coach convicted of lying to police in case linked to Nassar

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 6 months ago

Former Michigan State gymnastics coach convicted of lying to police in case linked to Nassar

"And a former college gymnastics coach has been found guilty in a case tied to sexual abuse by sports doctor Larry Nasser a jury of twelve in Lansing Michigan deliberated for about three hours before returning with guilty verdicts Friday against former Michigan State University gymnastics coach Cappy click as the case tied to the Larry Nasser sexual abuse scandal the jury found clay just lied to police when she denied being told by two teen athletes of abuse by Nasser in nineteen ninety seven it would be nearly twenty years before Nasser

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A Shocking Scene Of Rebellion

The Topical

01:49 min | 6 months ago

A Shocking Scene Of Rebellion

"Shocking news out of Lansing Michigan Chicken today according to reports that have been trickling out. Many onlookers in the city. Were stunned after witnessing a young man in his twenties was so rebellious that he was actually walking down the street with his hair dyed blue. That's right blue. OPR's Marcy Hammond joins us now with more marcy. This is a big one. Yeah truly unbelievable Leslie. Can you give us a rundown of the scene that unfolded today in Lansing. Chaos is the only way to describe it honestly. Onlookers were shocked. At the daddy of the blue haired man and his defiance of the status as quo gawking driver's rear ended each other while other simply stopped and screamed take a listen craziest God societies collapsing. My wife run run while now. I think it's important to clarify Marseille. Blue is is not a natural human hair-color correct. Yes that's correct leslie. This was not the man's natural hair color but rather something he did to himself. Despite the normal conventions of how someone's hair should look my God. Were the police called. Yeah police and emergency crews were called to the scene but they admitted that even though the man was thumbing his nose at the powers that be. He wasn't actually committing a crime. I did speak with a few people. who had their comfortable realities put into question and for now? They're just hoping it never happens again. The second I saw him. I just knew. Society's rules apply to this person. I was terrified. I immediately crossing the street to get away. Knows what someone like that is capable of other other. Witnesses also reported a certain sexual magnetism to his rebelliousness. which has to make you wonder what else has happened to him? And other dark secrets mighty have certainly will I for one will will be going straight to church to consult my pastor the dark thoughts. This blue haired man is awakened thank you marcy. And for God's Sakes be careful out

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:20 min | 6 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on WTVN

"From east Lansing Michigan good evening I'm honored to be here and grateful that your tuning in I'm Gretchen with more of the forty ninth governor of the great state of Michigan tonight I'm at my daughter's sherry in Sydney's public school east Lansing high school we're here today with families and parents teachers and most importantly students I want to thank you all for coming but tonight I'm gonna talk to those of you who are watching at home I need a lot more than ten minutes to respond to what the president just said so instead of talking about what he is saying I'm going to highlight what Democrats are doing after all you can listen to what someone says but to know the truth watch what they do Michigan hers are no different from Americans everywhere we love our families and want a good life today and a better life tomorrow for our kids we work hard and we expect our government to work hard for us as well we have grit and value loyalty and we still refer the Detroit Lions we and all Americans might be wary of today's politics but we must stay engaged our country our democracy our future demand that we're capable of great things when we work together we cannot forget that despite the dishonesty and division of the last few years and that we heard tonight from the president of the United States to gather we have boundless potential and young Americans are proving that every day by taking action that's what I want to focus on tonight money Scott is thirteen years old and lives in Muskegon heights Michigan money street was covered in pot holes they were ankle deep and he got tired of waiting for them to get fixed so he grabbed a shovel and a bucket of dirt and filled them in himself during my campaign people told me to fix the damn roads because blown tires and broken windshields are down right dangerous and car repairs take money from went child care groceries and we the Democrats are doing something about it in Illinois governor JV Pritzker pass a multi billion dollar plan to rebuild their roads and bridges governor Phil Murphy is replacing lead pipes in New Jersey all across the country democratic leaders are rebuilding bridges fixing roads expanding broadband in cleaning up drinking water everyone in this country benefits when we invest in infrastructure congressional Democrats have presented proposals to keep us moving forward but president trump and the Republicans in the Senate are blocking the path when it comes to infrastructure money has tried to do more with a shovel and a pile of dirt and the Republicans in DC have with the oval office and the US Senate bullying people on Twitter doesn't fix bridges it burns them our energy should be used to solve problems and it's true for health care to for me for so many Americans hold dearest personal not political when I was thirty I became a member of the sandwich generation that means I was sandwiched between two generations of my own family for whom I was the primary care giver was holding down a new job caring for my newborn daughter as well as my mom at the end of her brain cancer battle I was up all night with the baby and during the day hi to fight my mom's insurance company when they wrongly denied her coverage for chemotherapy it was hard it exposed the harsh realities of our workplaces our healthcare system and our child care system and it changed me I lost patience for people who are just talk and no action was a state senator I work with the Republican governor and legislature to expand healthcare coverage to more than six hundred eighty thousand Michigan under the affordable Care Act today Democrats from Maine to Montana.

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Winston sets record, No. 15 Spartans top Wisconsin 67-55

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Winston sets record, No. 15 Spartans top Wisconsin 67-55

"Number fifteen Michigan state picks up their eighth straight over Wisconsin in a convincing sixty seven fifty five when I'm issue senior guard Cassius Winston with his forces holds the big ten and Spartan school record with eight hundred and seventeen the first is just that if that is a far outnumber the understand India you kind of creep toward the creek toward the creature you to kind of hit you like a I got a chance to do that the badgers trailed by fifteen at half I wish you scored the first four points of the second half Wisconsin with a thirteen or run to cut the lead down to six and then it was all Spartans as they go on a twenty four to six run to put the game away spends with four double figures led by Xavier Tolman with fifteen he also grabbed eleven rebounds Wisconsin state rivers led all scorers with nineteen Marty Martin is Lansing Michigan

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Winston-led No. 14 Michigan State tops No. 12 Michigan 87-69

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 7 months ago

Winston-led No. 14 Michigan State tops No. 12 Michigan 87-69

"Number fourteen Michigan state led from start to finish in the in state rivalry against number twelve Michigan winning eighty seven to sixty nine for their seventh straight win fourth in conference and fourth straight over the Wolverines Michigan was unable to stop Spartan senior guard catches Winston as he scored a career high thirty two along with nine assess that Carlos is where you know doing I can't how much the wind and things to start I have you know saying I was into my spot a real comfortable out there and ball feel good everything felt good so just you know plan at that pace plan MI paste us down home I said all night I miss you junior forward save your time and with the double double twenty points and eleven boards the Wolverines with four players in double figures led by senior center John Teske with fifteen Marty Martin east Lansing Michigan

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Rare black rhino born at Michigan zoo on Christmas

All Things Considered

03:49 min | 7 months ago

Rare black rhino born at Michigan zoo on Christmas

"It's a boy that's what an announcement from potter park zero in Lansing Michigan said on Tuesday this is a twelve year old black rhino topsy gave birth to a calf's on Christmas Eve not black rhinos are critically endangered and wildlife watchers see the calf's birth as an important success for conservationists I'm joined now by Amy Morris hall the executive director of the potter park zoological society and Pat fountain the zoo's animal care supervisor welcome to both of you thank you yeah thank you so much okay pad I want to start with you I understand that you made it to the zoo just in time to witness this birth can you just tell us what it was like it was very special this is once in a lifetime event not only for our zoo but for most people care for rentals get to see this maybe once in a lifetime we are very very excited I came into the barn just after the baby had hit the ground and mom was cleaning it up cell I got to witness it for about a minute after it was born or even as we said you know the black rhino it is critically endangered can you just tell us what that means to be critically endangered well there are less than five thousand black right now in the world there are only fifty in zoos that are accredited by the association of zoos and aquariums so it's pretty amazing that we were able to participate in the breeding program yeah and have a successful birth it's just unbelievable the way I understand it Pat breeding black rhinos in captivity is pretty heart rate like this isn't just some automatic thing obviously right the success rate for breeding backgrounds of captivity is pretty low there's only about two born in the US in ACA accredited zoos every year is he a association of zoos and aquariums and why is it so hard to breed black rhinos first of all it's very hard to find two compatible rhinos to know which two are gonna vied with each other he had both of our rentals are first time parents so the fact that they were able to get together and then successfully breed and carry the full term is a really big deal because neither one of them really knew exactly what they were doing it for I love it so they're both first time daters what's the courtship like between black rhinos in the wild they have a very particular courtship and we try to re create in the do the best we can SNES with our dad was in the wild he would walk around and you find some cool pro female in the take a nice big smell that would tell him how old ready the female is to reproduce so he let me go there's a girl around here I should finder he walked around and call her and okay and then what happens after the poop sniffing as he gets all excited the female kind of beat him up for a couple days and I'm not ready yet there's a lot of sparring it can be pretty intense at times Amy tell us what does the birth like this mean for the zoo's conservation efforts our people are passionate about rhino conservation and the success is evidence of how much they care and how hard they work it was really amazing and watching the courtship over the last several seasons I was pretty challenging to staff because as Pat mentioned Phineas took quite a beating okay so the baby has not yet been named rate is that correct correct okay but he is already a social media Darling I understand what's going on he's gone pretty crazy on social media so we're still making decisions about how we're going to do the naming but we will be making an announcement relatively soon I love it and is is there like a baby cama him so all of us not in Lansing Michigan can watch yeah we have a closed circuit camera going right now that I'm a DVR that records everything so we've been pulling all the videos often all the cute things he does and putting it on our

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Rare black rhino born at Michigan Zoo on Christmas Eve

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

Rare black rhino born at Michigan Zoo on Christmas Eve

"Black rhinos are an endangered species so it was with much joy that the potter park zoo in Lansing Michigan announced the birth of a baby boy right now there are only about five thousand black rhinos alive in the world while today about fifty are in the care of accredited zoos in the U. S. additionally only about two black rhinos cabs are born in human care each year the Daily News reports director Cynthia Waggoner saying the birth is a monumental moment that is the culmination of years of hard

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Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:49 sec | 7 months ago

Black Rhino Born At Michigan Zoo

"A Michigan zero is welcoming a rare holiday delivery W. D. E. T. is Quinn Klinefelter reports the masses are turning out to see the new baby boy black rhino is not exactly a Babe lying in a manger but it's close officials at the potter park is due in Lansing Michigan say a black rhino name dot C. delivered her first ever calf on Christmas Eve day black rhinos are endangered the total population dropped to under twenty five hundred by nineteen ninety five but has now come back to about twice that number officials say it's rare for a black rhino to give birth in captivity though zookeepers watch the birth through a video feed outside a bar and so dot C. under new baby boy could bond without being disturbed they say the public will have to wait until spring to meet the new right now when the weather is

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:04 min | 8 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Be yeah looking now for the commercial drivers story out of Lansing Michigan you've got twenty twenty new Michigan state police motor carrier officers that begin work this week following the graduation of the twenty fourth motor carrier officer recruit school this past Friday in east Lansing Michigan motor carrier officers are armed uniformed members of the Michigan state police who specialize in commercial vehicle enforcement enforcing traffic safety laws on commercial vehicles you also their duties include protecting the infrastructure through aggressive size and weight enforcement conducting commercial vehicle and driver inspections that contributing to homeland security efforts by enforcing the hazmat regulations governor Wittenberg dad says we're proud to welcome these new motor carrier officers to the ranks of the Michigan state police commercial vehicle enforcement division all right now let's see we've got officer Paul Brown the second was elected slash or raider by a spell the recruits and yeah received the team building award spoke on behalf of the graduating class in his address to the recruiters your mission is an important one I ask you take your responsibilities granted to you as a motor carrier officer seriously strive every day to be the best officer you can be so new commercial vehicle enforcement hitting the roads there in the state of Michigan just be aware all right other industry headlines had three children killed in a crash involving an eighteen Wheeler on I fifty five here in Madison County Mississippi Saturday evening now the survivors of the crash identified as a twenty seven year old take the land fair in fifty nine year old Angela pepper let's see the surviving adults and one surviving child suffered non life threatening injuries now the court into the highway patrol the eighteen Wheeler and a Nissan ultima were traveling northbound on the right lane when the eighteen Wheeler struck the back of the ultima sending it into a guard rail driver of the eighteen Wheeler not injured but yet three fatalities three children killed in that crash over the weekend and today today is the day the deadline if you're still using an automatic on board recording device anybody still.

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No. 10 Duke dominates No. 11 Michigan State, 87-75

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 8 months ago

No. 10 Duke dominates No. 11 Michigan State, 87-75

"Number ten Duke avenges their NC double a tournament loss from earlier this year to number eleven Michigan state by selling defeating the Spartans eighty seven seventy five the blue devils let for over thirty eight of the forty minutes led by as many as twenty two in out played I miss you in every facet of the game the blue devils capitalized on easy buckets being led by freshman center Vernon Carey as he puts twenty six and while grabbing eleven boards trade Jones also with the double double twenty points and twelve assists good ask someone how you see the game they got us man a lot more coming here tonight I think it meant a lot to us and have it be a first road game at Michigan state was led by Xavier Tillman with twenty Marty Martin is Lansing Michigan

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Dantonio says he plans to return as Michigan State coach

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 9 months ago

Dantonio says he plans to return as Michigan State coach

"Lansing Michigan state head football coach mark Dantonio says he intends to be the head coach of the Spartans when the two thousand twenty season begins next September when they take on northwestern I can't predict the future but my intentions are or to or to be the head football coach here and I've always said I live in the present though I've always said that there's certain things that you have control of and there's certain things you don't have control of so I can control everything but my intentions are there yeah it's been a rough year for Dantonio in Michigan state who find themselves just four and six this season meanwhile according to the latest college football playoff rankings hello she wore heiau state Clemson in Georgia are the top four teams this week on the outside looking in Alabama is number five Oregon is number six one final of no from college football last night eastern Michigan becomes bowl eligible the eagles defeating northern Illinois forty five to

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No. 3 Michigan State beats Charleston Southern 94-46

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

No. 3 Michigan State beats Charleston Southern 94-46

"Charleston southern me the first basket and then it was all number three Michigan state as they rolled to a ninety four to forty six win and one of the mainland games of the Maui invitational and she was unselfish as usual finishing with thirty one assists and thirty six made field goals and finished with fifty points in the paint the Spartans were led by junior forward save your children with a double double in a career high twenty one points to go with ten rebounds that's just one bass but when everybody gets a chance to to get on the court because it's got to work so hard every day to push us they beat us up a lot of times in practice so is really nice to give him a chance to get the game in and was a minute for minutes all of the players dressed for MS you got to play with twelve of them hitting the scoring column Charleston southern was led by sophomore guard Dontrelle Schuler with fifteen Marty Martin is Lansing Michigan

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"K. A. R. in east Lansing Michigan news of a deal that would end the month long strike quickly reach Lansing Michigan where two plants have been shut down by the walk out Steve Delaney as vice president of UAW local six SO two he says the union's National Council will meet on Thursday for now he says will still be picketing Intel we ratify the tentative agreement the union council could decide to send workers back to plants right away or delay until the deal has been ratified that might take ten days details have not been released but the deal reportedly includes pay hikes and the commitment to build some new vehicles in the U. S. for NPR news I'm Scott poll in east Lansing the Chicago teachers union says its members will go on strike Thursday after contract talks fell apart the main issues in the dispute include pay and class size you're listening to NPR news the US Supreme Court heard arguments on whether the state of Kansas can prosecute immigrants who use fake social security numbers to get a job a twenty seventeen Kansas Supreme Court ruling boarded the convictions of three restaurant workers signing in nineteen eighty six federal law preventing states from pursuing such cases state of Kansas appealed thing the lower court's ruling would undermine its ability to combat identity theft boxer Patrick day has died from head injuries he suffered in a fight last weekend and pierced on Goldman reports that day is the third fighters to die in the last three months Patrick days death was announced by his promoter Lou dibella in a statement to Bella said day junior middleweight done from the traumatic brain injury he suffered Saturday night in Chicago when Charles Conwell knocked him out in the tenth round of their title fight this week Conwell posted an emotional message on social media directed at day it said in part I replay the fight over and over in my head thinking why did it happen to you Conwell says he thought about quitting boxing but quote I know that's not what you want dibella says day didn't need the box but he chose it because it made him feel alive tabela says it's time for a call to action to make boxing safer in July two other pro boxers died in the same week Tom Goldman NPR news the FCC has approved the twenty six and a half billion dollar merger between sprint and T. mobile state attorneys general are contesting the deal saying that it's bad for consumers Wall Street stocks closed lower in trading Wednesday the Dow fell twenty two points the nasdaq.

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

SportsCenter AllNight

09:10 min | 11 months ago

NFL's Braylon Edwards tells all in new book

"Our next guest had a legendary career at Michigan he was outstanding receiver in the NFL he is the author of a new book in the title really does say it all doing it my way my outspoken life as a Michigan Wolverines NFL receiver and beyond it's a pleasure to welcome to this sporting life the one and only Braylon Edwards Braylon thank you for joining us. the long time it's been a long time since we spoke at an end and as you were dressed in the book Braylon when people think about you they don't just think about your talents as a receiver they don't think about the big games that AC title games or the rose bowls they think about the controversies what you you delve into them in this book why did you want to you know dredge all that stuff up. a lot of times people get attention as they tell their story or what exactly happened so one thing come out is more so with the perception is that the time and then it becomes a story and in all the years you know and that's what it is written in stone so it was a good time for me to be able to tell all the stories and under every story from do you eyes two incidents outside my clothes will arise and people works better there were other things at at playing in those situations but I just sold you know not saying anything but the media dictate that the media the media personnel for markings dictate a on one matter and I got quiet never said anything and those things never get a chance to you know get toggle plus a lot of good things happen to you know there's a lot of philanthropic endeavors that happened a lot happier off the field have a great there are a lot of other things to talk about you know depression bullying when I was a kid so it's a heck of a store and has a lot of things that we can put out there in the book speaking with Braylon Edwards the former Pro Bowl receiver the former Michigan Wolverines star he was the third overall pick in the two thousand five NFL draft by the Cleveland Browns it only your third season in the league Braylon you at twelve hundred eighty nine receiving yards right AT receptions are your pro bowler you had some other good years notably with the jets in twenty ten almost a thousand yards receiving but you're clear didn't go the way you hoped it would go eight and and although he lasted much longer than most last in the NFL you you you were someone who is thought of as a hall of fame talent. if their injuries there are other things that went on what was it like just being caught up in that maelstrom and and not being able to get every ounce of your talents to use every ounce the weight that you would have wished our records right you know a lot of times he says spray Kato where you go online for you were you drafted what can you play for I was not at the Cleveland Browns and United play with injuries and uncertainties and continue with. in your world organizational changes office according to head coach ownership ID with kids go to New York Jets have young quarterback was did it for us but there wasn't a lot of. Aaron it outside there were you going to have success then I had a knee injury San Fran I rushed back to the field to get out there because your Harbaugh's how could a person on and it was the first time I hadn't been in a stable situation you know I got that right is a one year deal there was no stability there was no next year there was no gas I was going to start so when I got hurt when I was starting to try to come back try to rise back needed never was the same a play for Seattle I still feel the nails in quarters on sat I'm way way too young at their target core those that travel more time with jet and two thousand thirteen and Lincoln totally with Michael in the preseason against the Jaguars. it is it was times that I mean I I I will smite curricula definitely connect them when I was a kid the one of those guys. got drafted in the end of the first round to the coat so to the you know to a team that won the cowboys Burgoon a play yard can do more to maybe just have a consistent office right you know it is clear that I had seventeen quarterbacks and and for that reason I remember I remember all those guys no no I mean it's hard to remember all of them but I remember that there were a lot of them yeah I mean it was the with Braylon Edwards and his new book is doing it my way my it's spoken life is a Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond really before we let you go it's great catching up after all these years but you've been out in the news a little bit recently you're talking about your alma mater talk about your former coach Jim Harbaugh and and the words you've used I think are light years behind that team in Columbus Ohio a lot Ohio state and it's it's everyone's entitled to their opinion and I would never discourage anyone from sharing their opinions especially someone with the standing that you have what makes you say that the other than the fact that Michigan's lost fourteen out of fifteen to Ohio state well for them and that's a great start but United in the in the space of the conversation that was more so long live. as they have the idea of a state trooper who over the last year he started without one which says look from trestle so first we'll start a minor. by my Dennis they're gonna have a quarterback that can run quarterbacks that can pass the ball sort thank you have athletes at the wide receiver position they could take the ball and taunted him call back and have a great run again and I have great uses if you look at the changes over the last eighteen years they all have the same I didn't you know how they're able to have success in order to be a national championship game you have to have the formula is you need a defense that can play and win games defense bill instead but you have to have a quarterback yeah arguably in highland conversation that definitely should be first team all conference and you have to have a running back that is potentially a second round us or in the hive in conversation apply when you look at certain things all have stayed in one of when you watch them play you see a team that you know has the potential to be there at the end of the year we watch Oklahoma we watch the cleanse Alabama Georgia where you are these things you see something bad okay this is this is even ten straight year with a Honda fit yet so you know that we watch miss again you have the same question each year by year who's going to be the quarterback who's going to run the ball on this game hasn't had that yeah all dirt like Lansing Michigan office is that lived in our rabbit I do not around and finished in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and before that you know who the other guy you know was listening at the wide receiver play make would like this guy's just it is with the the creme de la creme like he's the one I don't mean to talk about my is usually does our ideas right. nineteen ninety six so what's being said ideas on that that was going to take forty Janes national I mean by light years behind my house they get sick and they stay true lies we've been asking the same question of Michigan there's love the arms of our book let's go the radio because the rates right every year who's the quarterback the quarterback gonna be who's going to be an issue I can always between three guys it's never a guy would never moving the next season of their lives guys come back we're gonna build around him even this year's like say that is in that wires yeah this is what I said okay last year but even if your life is your McAfee gonna be you guys Joe Miller even twenty years ago when one of those guys was named Tom Brady couldn't get the job exactly or did you incident Brady is it US got left cooking the bouldering so it's always a question about the way I received right I have you so those are questions at the major institutions that away those are not the question so I did and that's what I mean by light years I know people eight years I would say in the way. that's what I mean the identity has not been there it's it's tough love for Braylon Edwards for his beloved Wolverines his new book is doing it my way my outspoken life and it is still outspokenness Michigan Wolverine NFL receiver and beyond Braylon as I said it's a pleasure catching up with you and congratulations with the book and a good luck with us on as many as possible so I like to tell the others to come on the show. thank you maybe I will we'll catch up with the recap in a round thanksgiving before those they I would love to do

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Communities repurpose retired coal plant sites

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 11 months ago

Communities repurpose retired coal plant sites

"Closing coal fire power plant is good for for the climate but it can be hard for the local community people lose jobs the city loses tax revenue and a huge building may be left sitting empty and I don't think people really understand understand how much it can impact the economy psychology the culture and the society within a coal plant community. Bill Schleicher a CEO of the Delta Institute a nonprofit profit that helps communities plan how to redevelop former coal plant sites. The process can entail costly environmental cleanup and it's not always easy to find a new use for the property. It's really tricky and I think there is no one answer but some communities have found success for example in Lansing Michigan and old. We'll power. Station is now the headquarters of a large insurance company. That's a major employer in the city in Baltimore. A retired plant now houses a Barnes and noble in hard rock cafe and facility in Chicago was redeveloped as a mixed use housing development and charter school but many retired coal plants still all sit vacant others have been demolished and the land left unused so there's a lot more to be done to help communities transition to a coal free future

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Charges dropped against 8 involved in Flint water crisis

NPR News Now

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Charges dropped against 8 involved in Flint water crisis

"From the Flint, Michigan water crisis are being dropped, but Michigan public radio, Shane of Roth reports that the state's new administration says its investigation of the crisis is being expanded the pending cases against eight state and Flint officials will be dismissed that includes cases against former chief medical executive, Dr Eden, wells an extra rector of the department of health and human services, Nick Lyon line was charged with involuntary manslaughter, but the charges could be refiled sin. New attorney general Dana Nessel took office. She's handed the investigation over to a special Flint, water prosecution team that team says it has concerns about the investigative approach and legal theories used by the prior administration. So they say they're executing new search warrants and reviewing millions of documents. In a statement attorney general Dana Nessel said she agreed with the move and quote Justice. Delayed is not always Justice denied for NPR news. I'm Shane a Roth in Lansing, Michigan. Own stock markets in Asia

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Psychologist and talked to my clients about disenfranchised grief with regards to this issue, grief, that is not openly acknowledged by society. It is less likely to be mourned in society, because it has been such a private issue. Dr Perret, can you reflect on the beginning of Elizabeth's comment where she said she had a miscarriage and then bore two children? How miscarriages tend to affect future pregnancies or does it vary? It absolutely varies for many patients. Miscarriages sporadic incidents, something that happened in is not a recurrent for some folks. It is something that that continues in. They lawn to have multiple miscarriages a lot of it depends on the reason for the miscarriage. Dr Williams talked a little bit about all of the things that have to go right in order for pregnancy to be successful. So if they are, for example, our structural abnormalities uterus, things like five Royds, or other kinds of abnormalities. Within the cavity or at the level of the cervix than those losses may absolutely have a recurrence. They may happen with subsequent, pregnancies. But if it's abnormal pregnancy, if it's something that happened earlier along than it is less likely that this will impact your ability to be pregnant or to get pregnant in the future. I'm glad you mentioned recurrence because Dr Williams, we got a voicemail from a listener about that. Very thing. Here's what Libby left in our inbox. My name is Libby, and I'm calling from east Lansing Michigan and I myself had suffered three miscarriages and gone on to have to help pregnancies and two healthy children. And what struck me most when I started to finally be able to talk about miscarriages with how many women have not only suffered a miscarriage, but have suffered recurring losses. And when you're pregnant, you'll often have a lonely and isolating experience to begin with, and let alone when you living with the fear. That you may not be able to even have kids or that you might have another miscarriage..

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on Knuckleheads with Quentin Richardson & Darius Miles

"Responsibly talk about like what you from. I got a best friend from Lansing Michigan from Lassie Michigan. But grew up ISE Louis, and we've been best for instance, like fifth grade, and I know like the different parts of Michigan. And like when you came who did you like look up that was somebody who is famous somebody that don't nobody knows probably somebody hood that you just saying, but just talk about more about what you from first of all my grandfather from saying Louis, ultimately Saint Louis any say. Louis riel where is kinda semi Saint Louis vase being small predominantly black. It's probably like ninety eight percent black like average house incomes like eighteen and twenty grand. So standpoint is very similarly. But like look people I looked up to growing up. I say my grandma she raise twelve kids include me, most of them in the projects, and they say money bought a house. You know, what I'm saying not came along she treated me, just like her her kids. So you know, I I would say hurt because back, Dan when a lot of people less us watching TV that you looked up to me most extreme guys that was hustling. If you. Rob away lose one of the people. I looked up to. But he was like he who. But he was more like a street like in and out. NBA? Can't we away those home? No me, but you know, unfortunate situation, but those kinda day. No like being right up the street from Chicago. Lot of dues come down there that was hustling traveled down there. And then there comes a lot of those game bags you by sloughs. I don't do like growing up. But it went too many people on a positive note that you saying it's more like who. I don't wanna be like I wanna be like on a been harbor, Michigan and come into depot. I was there for me that it was like I opening always been going to Chicago kid, but just being there in that in that school or just saying the different type of people, you know, they bag around they'd come from she'd like that all seeing was people like struggling people. No money. You know? Yeah. I know you're from southside e Saint Louis know. As a different environment people interact with each other interactive families and shit like those big I opener from NASA point, it was different for me too. When I got up knows like being exposed the college life, and you know, the different colors. You know, you know, we got up there. They they got a pale grandfather. Kinda struggling our and be struggling. You took the visit to the power of the schools. You took the visit to manage Michigan state. I said so you went to Michigan. That's it. Just choose the pause. Matt thing I just vibe with the players that was on the team at the time. It was shoe guys from New York that was there a couple of guys Milwaukee couple of guys from Chicago. They was kind of similar to me saying or similar background. You know, we just have phone was up there. And I was like I like these guys go here. They know Chicago right up the street. So I'm like, I go here. Do did, you know the history any history before you got the facts, my I had a guy from my neighbor actually play with Q no saying so I knew from that. And then just being like right up the street, you know, having WGN so as to play on WGN, so not no Mark Maguire. And all that Terry comments. I know the history where it stood up as for. So how how did you feel like you know, what I'm saying? I remember when you announced leaving school, and it was like he going to them BA news like people's like what it was kind of like is. He don't get pick. I remember genie hitting me because I was trying to figure out why. Oh, what's going on? And they was like man some people, you know, you hear what's going gang. But he's straight on like as far as NBA going to get, you know, pick whatever they would like, I don't know. So how how what what made you say?.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Welcome back to Menarini here in east Lansing, Michigan. Ohio State might number five in the country is at Penn State for para games this weekend. And the last night the buckeyes picked up an impressive four two one victory on the road by shooting. Penn State in their own building thirty three twenty five teams traded power play goals in the first a two-man advantage. Led to always use a second power play goal. Padded their lead to three two one with a goal. Midway through the second goal in the third led to a four to one final Ohio State right now up on top of Penn State by a five three score in their second game of the weekend. And that's after two periods of play Ohio State. First place in the big ten conference coming into today's game at seven three and three. Meanwhile, Penn State has fallen to fifth and they've lost three out of their last four goals while giving up sixteen goals against in the last four games. Number twelve ranked Notre Dame got back on the winning side last night going into Wisconsin and winning six two four. Notre Dame was badly shot in the game thirty seven to twenty four but the game was tied at three after two periods of play four goals within scored in the third period is Michael Graham got a power play goal at four twenty two for Notre Dame that end of the night for Wisconsin goaltender Lebedev and berry came in the finish. The way will Johnson and got a goal to tie the game at four mid period. Notre Dame about an even strength goal from Mike O'Leary in a really nice assist by Dylan mall quest. And they added an empty netter Notre Dame. Samsa three straight loss. They were on including two versus Minnesota last week Wisconsin, meanwhile has lost three straight say lost six two to to the eighteen team last weekend. They'll be at Minnesota next week. Michigan are idle this weekend, they'll be on home ice against Penn State Thursday at Ann Arbor and then Saturday of next weekend at Madison Square Garden as part of the annual big ten super Saturday event and the Minnesota golden gopher women in a battle the top two ranked teams in the country. Lost two to one Wisconsin Friday night ending a fourteen game win streak a season high thirty two hundred were on an last night. And they're playing a game right now.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

12:00 min | 1 year ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Thinking, I'm telling you ninety nine point two percent love it. And they want to hear it again. So we'll take that under advisement. It's always interesting because people will call polo Pablo Palko and those spell your name eighteen different ways. Yeah. They also miss here. My my lyrics sometimes like treated me that was incredible day. Oh Deo day. Oh daily day Deo. Come and send Beethoven home is what they said. Or maybe they were just terrific on what you were singing about. The song was be yelling his name wasn't. Yeah. I'm sure they knew that. Okay. You're welcome. What do it live? No, no. It's not data. N head on home. I'm talking telling people if you want me to. So there you go. We're just a little some some for you. We've got big news about Jeff Sessions. We've got a a cost of is now claiming that there's media censorship. Let me ask you something did was CNN banned from the White House. No. So it's just one guy. Yes. Yes. So CNN can still go. Yes. That is correct. But the guy that broke protocol had no manners trying to shut down the president had physically assaulted, a young female aid. He can't go. That's right. Are there rule? Let me ask you something. This is. One of those questions that I think people don't understand the institute here to give me a good one. I know you are. Does the first amendment mean? It's unfettered untethered. You can do anything you want. We'll know doesn't when it comes to the freedom of the press. What do you think that means? Oh, man. Well, you should be able to ask the president questions. We know Jerry leaving for forgetting the president. What is what is the the first amendment and the freedom of the press? Just just for you, a journalist you anchor mean what I've been doing for a long time. The forget the actual back and forth today with the president or even the White House. The what is the job what is that amendment restrict the government from stopping you from doing from telling the people what what you're doing? They need to know the story. Yes. I'll give you an example when I was in east Lansing Michigan for five years in east Lansing. You've got the MSU Spartans were heard on WGN Lansing every night. Love the station. Love this day. We got a bunch of stations in Michigan. The Spartans one year. And I believe it was nineteen ninety nine. Made it to I think the elite eight which is in the NCAA tournament. You got the Sweet Sixteen you've got the elite eight then you got the final four. Then you get the champion. I think they made it to the elite eight and then lost like Kentucky or somebody. And there was a riot in the streets of east Lansing, MAC avenue or boulevard. Advocates avenue. And they were burning a couch and people riding on horses and the girls had no shirts on and stuff was just it was just mayhem, right? So I go at two o'clock in the morning. And shooting some video, and Brian what am I photographers use out there shooting video, whatever and. Are there were forget the police were telling us you can't be here. And what do you think the answer was? Yes, I can be here. Oh, yes. We can you don't have the right as the government to tell us. We can't document this that we can't report on this that we keep take a picture of this that we can't do a story about this. It wasn't like it was happening inside of somebody's home. It was happening in the middle of the road. Yeah. Now, they have the right to restrict access. If there there's something going like, there's a bomb that could explode inside a car. You don't have to allow me journalist access to go next to the car because that obviously I'm putting life and limit risk. They don't have to let me go through a police barrier because there's an armed gunman. That's hold up in a house. I get that as well. But if they're a bunch of stupid drunk college kids who are half, naked drinking lighting, a couch on fire. I have the right to take video. I have the right to documented. I have the right to tell the story on my TV station, and my radio station, or whatever. I have that. Right. I've been to several. News conferences on many different topics. And when you go there's generally a gaggle of people, they actually call it a gaggle, and you've got reporters from all sorts of outlets. You've got people who want to get the story get it back for their deadline in the newspaper online or on the television radio, and whatever, and we already know that there is an inherent rule that you get to ask a question. And again like I said earlier possibly a follow up. You don't get the switch topics. You don't get to argue. Exactly. I had never carry in my in my history is a journalist, and I'm not in this position. But I have been. I never ever ever never ever. Decided that I was going to challenge the person questioning Jim Mukasa started that today by saying I'm going to challenge you on the caravan. He making that up. He said that he he did. Yes. Now, it is his job to ask questions that could be questions that are favorable to the president could be questions that might not come off his favorable. They could be skeptical questions. It's a journalist job to be skeptical and ask questions that has viewers or listeners or whatever might buy one here answers to. But I understand I'm going to challenge on the caravan in the president says, well, this is what it is. And the president even at one point which is kind of out of character for him says, well you and I have a disagreement on that. He says those words and the cost of keeps keeps on costing him. He doesn't stop. It doesn't slow down. It doesn't make sense. And then he says, look you're done sit down. Now, give give her the Mike and this young girls trying to get the Mike, and he does physically Porcher arm away. Stop her from getting the Mike that is the definition of assault any some guys snowflakes assault. No, I just know the definition, but even beyond that it was his time to sit down sit your ass down. Now. Now, it's somebody else's turn. This was never a news conference held for Jim Acosta. This was a news conference held for the American people by the president of the United States and as much as a cost it doesn't agree with this. The president is actually the important one in the room, and that Jim Acosta, not CNN. That's what bugs the chronic crap out of me because how many times have we seen were accosted becomes the story. Not the question he asked the president. It's he himself. He becomes the story now to me as a journalist that should never ever be. You're there to report what the president is say. Question. Here is the president dancer period. You should never become the story is the journalists. They are covering the president. And. You're absolutely one hundred percent, right. I could not agree with you more. And at some point either the bosses at CNN are going to have to learn what journalism is what the job is. And have a talk with him. Or the media is going to continue to be this this indoctrinating thought pushing machine, and we're just going to see another generation fall prey to it's very very strange to me art is eight eight eight nine four one eight eight nine four one seven two four seven. Rick has been unbelievably patient online one. Rick. What's going on? Hi. Hey, thank you. Joe? God bless you and your staff. Thanks, man. God bless President Trump and his administration. Yes, sir. God bless Katie Lockheed and Pablo cruise or decadence names, right? Yeah. That's very close. Very very close. As you talked about earlier about Minnesota Michigan. I think is lost her ever loving mind to our we've turned into a pretty much at this point, predominantly blue state. I know used to be a resident, and as you were just talking about what are your thoughts on that? And what can we do? Well, I gotta tell you something when you see Michigan go to President Trump nearly two years ago. And you see that Michigan understands the workers understand manufacturers gotta come back taxes. Have to go down. Regulation has to go down. When when you have a state that everybody thought was going to go blue go read and two years later when we're seeing the prosperity that was promised by President Trump two years later vote Debbie stabbing ought to stay there. When you had a great candidate and John James in a vote Whitmer in for God's sakes over over Schutte. I don't get it. I gotta be honest with you. I've got a house there. I love Michigan. We go all the time. I don't understand what's going on. I remember John Engler as the governor and a billion dollar surplus because he was doing the right things. He was saying the right things making the right moves why that state would go blue. I don't get. I truly don't understand it. How are you pay for these things? Obviously, it's going to be more taxes yogurt. Gretchen campaign thing was your sixty darn roads. Happy to taxes, and what about my crumbs that I've been getting here in the last year. The Democrats are gonna take them back. And by the way, she shootings platform wasn't gonna lower income tax in Michigan. He was the right guy. I don't understand I love Michigan. If you look at the state when it comes to politics, it's predominantly red. But the urban areas are certainly blue. I don't get wifi. The the red couldn't overtake the blue. They did it in the presidential election. It was a surprise. I get it. But if every one of those people that voted for President Trump would have voted the right way this yesterday, you'd have a Bill Schutte as the as the governor elect, and you'd have John James the Senator elect I don't understand what happened. I absolutely agree. You know, where we go from here. We'll see bro. And again when to keep a close eye on Rick. Thanks. I don't I don't get it. I don't understand how it is. Look, I get how it works. If you look at a United States map of red versus blue on on what the electorate looks like the country is I eighty five ninety percent read just by color code not by population. As you look at the color of the of the nation. It's predominantly read by far then you've got splotches in L A in New York in Detroit and Chicago that are blue and those tiny splotches of geography. Tiny parts and a map. Those are the places that are electing or not electing people every two years every four years. That's exactly what's going on. And the idea that these very small metropolises on the map. I mean, they're large when you're there. But these very small areas are voting that way, and controlling everything that's a problem. So I don't know what you do you have to change the message and let and by the way. Where was this? This Brexit did forty percent of black people in America yesterday vote read or Republican. I don't think so not even close Carey can you see if you can find a number on the black vote yesterday may not have it yet. But I guarantee you it wasn't forty percent for Republicans. And that's what caters Owens has been saying. And that's what plenty of other people have been saying it's forty percent approval for for for President Trump doesn't does not relate or par lay two votes in midterm elections. And so on they might line up to vote for President Trump also lined up and voted for a lot of pretty horrible candidate. So we'll have that we come back. Jeff Sessions is leaving got a lot going on this hour. Plenty of your phone calls too on the Joe pags show. Stay here..

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"Justin is in Lansing. Michigan. Justin. How are you? I'm doing good. How can I help good question about a public utility easement? So someone bought property next to us, and they built a house, and then we were asked to sign an easement agreement pay a whole dollar to get these new neighbours electric service. And so we really want to help them out. But we don't really want the wine on our property. And so I asked the company if they'd be willing to negotiate that dollar amount. They said, no, they would ask the neighbor until my question to you is would you ask the new neighbor to pay for access to the electric three of property? You don't want the line on your property. Not really what we do want to help the neighbors out. Okay. Gonna put it underground. We did ask about that. And they said it was going to be about five times more expensive to your problem. Not your problem. Right. So utilities problem. You wanna go across my land. Put it underground. Yeah. We did ask him in the neighbor. So that that'd be five times more expensive for them. I don't know five times. Right. So what what is five times to? I'm not sure they didn't give us a dollar amount. But just one dollar didn't feel like fair compensation for you so land early. So I was curious what you do. Well, I think the thing is this is not the dollar, and even if they give you ten thousand dollars. You don't really want the line there. Right. And so, you know, I'd rather rather than compensation rather than just put it on the ground, and we'll give you an easement underground. And we're going to give you an easement where you can't come back and dig up to the middle of something we're going to give you along the edge somewhere is that right? The other going along a property line or clipping across a corner or something right, right? Yeah. I mean, I want to be a good neighbor, but I don't necessarily want powerline in my backyard. Yeah. Exactly. So yeah, I'll be happy to let you come across. But it's just got to be underground because they don't wanna powerline in my backyard. It's not about the money is it. Not really I mean, we figured if if we were to ask for something we could put it towards the house or anything, we don't have any debt. But, but the thing is is you get this house someday, you're gonna Powell on your backyard. We would actually have to already existing eating to power. Yeah. Difference in two lines one line through the same space. It wouldn't be the same space. Really? It'd be created another easement those north and south versus he's in west. Okay. So it would you know, you're going to be surrounded by power lines. We don't want. Exactly. So. Yeah. Underground Underground. I won't be good neighbor powerline down on north south boundary. You know? Eleven and be happy to help you. Sorry. If it's inconvenience to you. But you know. No. Beauty of private property being main Powell backyard. So very our that I've Ramsey show in the books. We'll be back with you before you know, it in the meantime, remember there is ultimately only one way to financial peace, and that's the daily with the.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KNSS

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Dr. Larry Nassar, NPR and Yemen discussed on Morning Edition

Morning Edition

04:32 min | 2 years ago

Dr. Larry Nassar, NPR and Yemen discussed on Morning Edition

"The live from NPR news in Washington. I'm korva Coleman. The Labor Department says July's unemployment rate fell to three point nine percent at the same time. One hundred fifty, seven thousand jobs were created. The agency also revised upward job gains for prior months. Meanwhile, China's says it is poised to impose billions of dollars worth of new tariffs on American exports, NPR's or Berliner pass more. This is definitely an escalation of tit for tat at China. Now says it is prepared to impose tariffs on sixty billion dollars of US America of American goods. This only would follow if the Trump administration goes ahead with its threat to impose tariffs of perhaps as high as twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese goods. NPR's oria Berliner, former Michigan State University sports. Dr. Larry Nassar is appealing conditions of his sentencing hearing today. Day he's asking for a. Different judge than the one who sentenced him two decades in prison hundreds of women say he sexually. Assaulted them Michigan public radio's shayna Roth has more Larry Nassar sentencing hearing went on for seven days seven days in which more than one hundred women and young girls told the stories. Of how Nassar, abused them upon handing down. The. Sentence judge Rosemarie Aquilina said I'm just find yourself warranted Nassar's attorneys say comments like this show aqua Lena was biased. They say she should be. Taken off the. Case and a different judge should decide whether Nassar may be resentenced the state attorney general's office argues that Nassar got a fair hearing it. Says judge aqua Lena was allowed to be harsh and voice the. Communities quote moral outrage for NPR news I'm shayna Roth in Lansing Michigan the world held organization warns Yemen may be on the brink of. A major, new cholera epidemic Lisa Shlein reports from Geneva the WHO fears this new. Outbreak may be worse than previous ones because of the weakened condition of the population following more than three years of civil war Yemen. Has had two major waves of cholera epidemics in recent years. WHO expert pita Salama says a steady increase in cases over the past, weeks suggest Yemen may be on the cusp of a third wave he says people are at great risk of getting ill because they are. Severely malnourished what we're, likely to see is even Even higher death rates among the color of cases that do occur because people. Just don't have the physical resources to fight the disease any longer. WHO is, appealing to the warring parties to stop fighting for three days so, it, can begin an oral cholera. Vaccination campaign in northern Yemen, on. Saturday for NPR news I'm Lisa shine in Geneva on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average. Is up fifty two points. At twenty five. Thousand three hundred seventy nine the NASDAQ is down twelve at seventy seven ninety this is NPR from news I'm Tiffany Cam high local air. Regulators are issuing an air advisory today through Sunday warning that wins. Could push smoke from the Mendocino complex fire and Lake County into the bay area especially the north bay changing wind patterns will continue to. Be a, challenge for firefighters but meteorologist Jan null says the temperatures will come down. A little cubby conditions over the decks Dixie days are are. Not going to be as extremists we saw, about a week ago maybe it's go to ward back up again the the temperatures are going to be you know into the low. One hundred's dotted you the kid sort of raised so getting a bit of a. Respite meanwhile team from the national weather service and Cal fire have begun investigating the large firewall. Or fire tornado that ripped through a section. Of reading a week ago in the early stages of the massive car fire as science editor Daniel. Benton tells us they released some preliminary findings winds. Were in excess of one. Hundred forty three miles per hour when an out of control fire generated its own weather system last week torching neighborhoods and reading that's the equivalent of an f two tornado considered significant. On the scale used for. Tornadoes the winds were strong enough to crumple high-tension powerline. Towers uproot trees and tear, the roofs off homes the team will be issuing a full report But according to a Cal fire spokesman there is no estimate yet of when I'm Daniel Vinton KiKi Dee news there's..

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Seiji, Disney and San Jose California discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Seiji, Disney and San Jose California discussed on 24 Hour News

"Nationally green and pull courier tied the knot twilight actress got married in san jose california friday after a two year engagement and the couple exchanged vows they wrote themselves malls e had a moment during a performance in lansing michigan last night while thinking about her recent breakup with g eazy she was singing the song when she got a little teary eyed friend seiji easy and halsey were inseparable and super affectionate for the year they dated there were clear signs of trouble a week before their breakup at a recent concert superheroes from disney could have a one two punch at the box office this weekend and man and the wasp takes number one well incredible to makes box office history by becoming the first animated film to cross the five hundred million dollar mark in north america job watch the kids incredible to is expected to make thirty one million dollars in its fourth weekend breaking the domestic.

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Ed Donahue, Us and Senator Chris Martin Murphy discussed on 24 Hour News

24 Hour News

01:23 min | 2 years ago

Ed Donahue, Us and Senator Chris Martin Murphy discussed on 24 Hour News

"And more the selection is ridiculous border defense i'm ed donahue with an ap news minute what's happening is so sad is so sad and it can be taken care of quickly beautifully and we'll have safety president trump is digging in over the four separation of migrant children and parents at the us mexico border he said democrats are holding back a change in immigration law the democrats would sit down instead of obstructing we could have something done very quickly good for the children good for the country good for the world connecticut senator chris martin murphy a democrat says it's just wrong any of these families did nothing illegal here to seek asylum but even if they aren't there's no reason to separate these parents from from their children president trump says children are being used by some of the worst criminals on earth as a way to enter the country i'm ed donahue general motors is getting rid of three cadillac sedans and replacing them with two new ones over the next three and a half years the company will be getting rid of the ats compact c t midsize and x t s full size car gm says it's investing one hundred seventy five million into a factory in lansing michigan to make replacements for the c.

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Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting, officials say

NPR News Now

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Dallas police officer dies after Home Depot shooting, officials say

"Dangelo was a police officer in the nineteen seventies he's currently being held without bail npr's on jaffe one of two dallas police officer shot while trying to help arrest shoplifting suspect as dawn of his injuries kera stephanie quo has more royal santander was a three year veteran of the dallas police department he and officer crystal alameda had been called to help an off duty officer remove a man from a home depot store in the northern part of the city when shots were fired almeida and a store employee dented scott painter remained hospitalized in dallas visit he's police chief rene hall is thinking the community this morning with broken hearts we're asking that you've been to crate but the failing and the fam dallas police arrested the suspected shooter twenty nine year old armanda louise warez tuesday night following an hour's long man hunt and high speed chase it's not clear what prompted the shooting this comes nearly two years after five dollars area officers were killed in an ambush stephanie quo in dallas this is npr news more women are accusing a former michigan state university dean of sexual misconduct we him stamp has already charged with a felony and multiple misdemeanors shane unroll the michigan public radio reports on the latest allegations against him williams trample is larry nassar's old boss nassar is the msu sports doctor who sexually assaulted patients under the guise of medical treatment and prosecutors say strangles prior conduct is eerily similar to nassar's according to court documents strampe asked to women to be clinical skills models he performed intimate exams on them in front of students one woman says strangle told her later that the exams quote turned him on another said strampe made comments about her body strangle is already charged with using his position to get sexual favors from students prosecutors aren't charging strampe with any new crimes but they want the women to testify at an upcoming hearing for npr news i'm shayna roth in east lansing michigan a jury in delaware has begun to liberate.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

ESPN Pittsburgh

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on ESPN Pittsburgh

"This week lansing michigan nukes ordinary seat as women abused by longtime gymnastics trainer dr came forward to tell their stories much more than that later but first new england patriots are going to the afc title game this weekend their seventh consecutive trip to the conference championship game remarkable record perhaps matched in terms of boston consistent excellence by our next guest the great coms from the boston globe forty five years on the job at the globe dan shaughnessy where i want to talk to you about for the next few minutes it's what it is like to cover the greatest sports team released the greatest pro football team argued the greatest words team of the twentyfirst century a place which as an outsider any way which is where i am appears to be not only excellence in what they do but but joyless i hate to put it that way but joyless and certainly not a culture that is has encouraged any kind of cooperation with the media what what's at light covering those guys you're there's all kinds of the american worker what you do you pointed out some of them and i think that you're you're a little young but what you know myself growing up in new england to kind of model to this one was the new york yankees who we hate it you know they won every year they were great we didn't know if they were joyless or what they were of religious they just come in and kick the red sox every year and that was annoying and and we were jealous and and veering them and and it just was not a good time and that went on for a long long time in my youth the the.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In lansing michigan its during the weeklong sentencing hearing there she blasted him for preying on young girls like herself feeling like you have no power in place larry i have both power and voice and i am only beginning to just use them nurseries already been sentenced to sixty years for federal child porn charges he's going to be sentenced at the end of this hearing after pleading guilty to molestation charges carl stephens wbz newsradio 1030 thirty two years after teacher in space christa mcauliffe of new hampshire died in that horrific explosion of the shuttle challenger her lesson plans live on in space reaching students all around the globe wbz's lana jones was at framing ham stay today as they made the announcement from the international space station s redjo akaba will be went up to teach our astronauts will bring the call us science lessons to life rigi article that i over the next several months we working with the challenge of center to record several of chris does original lesson play as the she was going to do in space and we're looking forward to sharing that with educators and students around the world lance bush of the child your center would not say much about the lessons only that they've been in their library all these years there's five lesson plans i don't want to reveal to many of the hit the details of it we're going to film them uh and and make them available to the public as they come out we know that if few were the topics are bubbles in space and liquids in zero gravity in framing him landed jones wbz newsradio 1030 all right what is going on in washington we'd all like to know senator chuck schumer saying progress has been made but nothing concrete and a good deal of disagreements remained time is running out midnight tonight the minority leader matt one on one with the president at the white house ahead of this government shutdown at midnight abc's lana zak is at the capitol with more on this political olive branch in washington at this point the most likely hope.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on WRVA

"Is on the line in lansing michigan merry christmas debbie how are you god all developed this program you're doing and um years ago my my idea to salvage selfemployed and he certainly budgeted lie to preach but um i wanted to shoot a story about giving and a real simple moral probably 100 when i'm like eight years old he's gone now but so cry com when we were driving home that was christmastime and were sitting in the death of our secondhand car and it started to fleet in doorman ice and you know you couldn't couldn't see the side us wants a kind motorcycle with two kids lydon on his motorcycle which in today you never know he'd never be able to do that and i did to flick come i'm author and said the army can't allow this you know these poor kids so he motion been guy told them over could i live not far a lonely teach our children let me take them so there warming state can you come and get them to we did to can you do our health in isn't the only people they didn't cooking keep in her cut chocolate said they'll be cable dead came later all you know coq to the bone you know but he was so grateful it's you know it's a simple gesture joe biden a lesson i learned real clear clerking you know whatever music kendrick behind hold were you when that happens eight in what you.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Is listening and lansing michigan welcome to after hours very merry christmas claimed he loved the show thank you um i just want to just want to make one quick comment in that's that you know i wish the nfl would go to uh looking at replays of cesic regis uh hits these these dirty plays so that they could have checked the player mmediately from the game the way that they do with college football i know that you know college football those or for targeting in that type of thing but i just think that it would have a greater impact on getting these players to quite frankly play like mature professionals stop act like children out out the field some lee for the fact that you're you're playing a game at such a highspeed with such incredible intensity that part of it i know it's a fine line were you certainly expect that at times you know there there's going to be high emotion and were just talking about it with brady but the the kind of stuff that happens after the whistle blows that's the kind of stuff low tolerance for and i get it emotions are still running high put the fact that you've got guys who will then turn around and go after a guy or you know they don't stop when the whistle blows which is what their condition to do and there particularly going after eight of another opponent something that maybe they have a longstanding history that's the kind of stuff that bothers me that game is already risky and dangerous enough as it is to then turn around and go after a guy because you can't control your temper that's where i feel like the nfl needs to crackdown also the hits the head and i'll keep saying this even in the heat of battle in the heat of the moment you'll see you guys changing their trajectories you'll see guys pulling up like when a quarterback is running because they know he's about the slide sure you can't there cannot be any leeway for his the head they're just can't be not at the nfl series about clean them up oh yeah i mean you hear a complaint about the officiating and say oh well you know my frustration got the best of it well i i'm sorry the official is.

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"lansing michigan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"lansing michigan" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"And uh see if you want to stick around for another segment because i got it all it love to hide loot so let's go to julian east lansing michigan joy thanks for waiting how you doing joy hello sir uh i had never heard of us gentlemen the far let mr macular i thank you so much for your effort on behalf of uh a young person who has to live in this country a a long long time yet believe it say shoot patriotic effort and i believe it will be blessed by god it keeper said yes now without uh obstacle of course but i was wondering um once you get to thirty eight states if it needs to come back to the federal level yeah in run through congress at all that's a great question and by the way we have a great operation they're in michigan for definitely go to the website go to conventis taste dot com or see us action dot com and get involved uh it it does not have to go through congress or the president or the courtroom this is the beautiful thing about article five it was specifically designed by the founders to remedy the problem of a federal government that out of control so if you read the federal papers or are they talk about this and missiles actually i i don't want to cut you off shore a by i want you to hang on for just a second so we can give a detailed answer without having to cut back you off god mcclure as my guest and right now you're national forecast the more likely day for rain on the east coast and gulf state beaches his forza rose so the weekend beachgoers may get the day in before we see rain virginia beach partly cloudy 95 today jacksonville clear ninety seven from houston over to the tampa bay area though the rain chances increase through the day today but there is a greater chance of rain on those beaches tomorrow the west is blazing at one hundred seventeen today for phoenix the triple digits even extend not just into vegas set to hit 115 but we can add salt lake city and as far north as billings montana to the.

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