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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"De fund the state across the board. And what we're really talking about isn't isn't in making money. It's in In acquiring wealth so as as markets move further and further toward crypto currency normal people and a lot of people who are not well connected politically are the ones who are getting better access. What is the difference between making money and acquiring wealth. Well because making money means that you're you using their currency to do it doesn't mean just fiat currency that's why we have the term fiat currency. Earning bitcoin or bitcoin cash or whatever right but you might still be. You might still have the same amount of sa- of a particular crypto currency. But it's able to buy more and that makes you In inherently wealthier. Well that's just that's just because the demand for that currency has increased. But that's still okay. I mean yeah it's a. It's a shift of split the hair. Yeah it's it's a shift of arbitrary distinction that probably wasn't really worth getting into but people should absolutely get into cryptocurrency not to make money but because they believe in principle is. Is this an unfortunate reality. That most people don't they they don't care about defending the machine. Most people if these bombs were the falling un-american cities the war with iraq would have ended within a few weeks right but because they're not actually seeing the bombs their their lives aren't being affected by it outside of the inflation of the currency. They're able to just pretend like it's not happening well. And this is one of those invisible hand of the market phenomenon where yes people who don't get into this for ethical reasons are still are still serving to end the war machine. A lot of people i know are getting into just as a hedge against inflation. That's also a good reason to get into it because it doesn't matter if the demand for bitcoin increase that the usda has steadily becoming less valuable which it is by the way is by definition. Make sure cryptocurrencies valuables. That's being count sets not dollar signs. Kept more coming up from forecast. Two thousand twenty one. This is free talk. Live took a newly recruited search and rescue officer. Marshall hunter was resigned to a life of rescuing wayward space fears and derelict satellites. But when a billionaire couple goes missing his own ship is disabled during the rescue with communication satellites suddenly failing and lunar mineral shipments disappearing and transit. Necrosis max it's more than a coincidence and hunter must choose between salvation and sacrifice save his crewmates and their civilian charges frontier by patrick child's and being books dot com. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless. Free-market non-political currency. Bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping. The state stopped doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin and bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com after a devastating war. The alien visitors were driven back. And they're willing. human collaborators. Were left behind to face the music. When imaging anderson's ex lover's springs her from prison nathan foster and his fourteen year old nephew. Ben are test with bringing the pair to justice an easy enough job until they discover something is inside imaging and the fate of the planet hangs in the balance the family by koubri from bain. Books dot com. There are lots of ways to listen to free talk. Live or podcast has been around since podcast began and now the f. t. l. feed is loaded with content besides are full show archives. Did you know that we make it. Easy for you to customize your podcast subscriptions we have different feeds. One that includes only are full shows one with just the daily digest and our main feed. That includes everything. You decide what you listen to. It's quick and easy to customize your feeds at feeds dot freetalklive dot com. That's feeds dot freetalklive dot com the latest. You're listening to the heartland. Newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's public service doing newscast july the first twenty twenty one. I'm mike clifford veterans across the aisle concerned about what they call recent attacks on democracy by far right organizations on july fourth of far-right military led group called first amendment. Praetorian is holding what it calls a coalition to defend america event in palm beach. Dan barkov a former navy. Seal leeds veterans for leadership a super pac and we the veterans a nonprofit advocacy group for democratic values. That's launching on july fourth. They want to counteract the draw of far right groups to veterans who come home from service such as the oath keepers the extremist anti-government group. That played a major role in storming the us capitol. These extremist organizations are providing something to these veterans which is number one at a sense of belonging and number two kind of this camaraderie so our goal is to redefine patriotism and to compete but these organizations in their own communities he adds they aim to show veterans there are other ways to find that sense of belonging a homeland security bulletin obtained by a news raises concerns about extremist violence as covid restrictions. Ease and more. Mass gatherings occur. I'm lily bulky reporting she nbc and the washington post reports of the trump organization and alum weisselberg its longtime finance chief for indicted wednesday by a grand jury in manhattan. The post reports the segments against the organization and weisselberg will stay sealed until this afternoon if those reports are true weisselberg will be arraigned in front of a state judge later in the day and the trump organization also expected to be arraigned. Starting july fifteenth dealing a million kentucky kids and their families could get extra income support to federal child tax credit as part of the american rescue plan. Act congress increase this year's credit from two thousand dollars per child to thirty six hundred dollars for children younger than six years old and three thousand dollars for children between six and seventeen years old. Dustin pew with the kentucky center for economic policy explains that because the tax credit is not counted as income. Folks will continue to be eligible for public assistance benefits. He says that to receive the credit families will need to file a twenty twenty tax return even if they don't usually pay federal taxes didn't get a stimulus check recently or if you didn't file a tax return anytime recently. The irs has created an online portal where folks can go in and put their information and sign up for the tax credit improvements to the child tax credit. This year could reduce child poverty by forty percent nationwide. I'm nadia ramleh. Gone this is pms. You're struggling with your mortgage. You think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. 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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Am i thanking the right term socialism. They always talk about is defined as government control over the means of production. And i always thought that they would take control. And run it poorly. I never thought before the lockdown that they would take control and just not running just like whatever that's still control of the means of production because they took control of it. Nothing that. I can ask a socialist. Maybe i have control of my phone. Which means i can turn it off. It also means. I can do what i want with it but i can turn it off. And they took control of the means of production and put them to a grinding halt. So yeah there is a price at which you can get enough people to do your job. But you can't afford it right because you can't afford to jack up your prices so high to afford to hire those employees to do the job because whoever you're selling and kidney and up until october if you have any excuse whatsoever that's related to covid you just get paid for unemployment to sit at home. So why on earth would people want to work instead of sit at home if they get paid the same so you so. You are competing with the government on prices. You're always doing that because there's always government jobs that you could go to and sit there and do mostly nothing you have to show up but and yes that skews the market. But i don't know a lot of people act like they are entitled to have other peoples labor at a price that they feel like paying for it. And i feel like that's some of what's going on here. We are entitled to a market at which these corrections can be made and that we are not getting because they are printing this into oblivion and paying people to do nothing. Yeah they've the two trillion two trillion two point nine trillion another trillion. There's another thing up for like almost three trillion coming up. The inflation just means that the prices of most things will rise and that includes labor. They think they've sort of like you be i in a way with all. These people are getting paid. Nothing close to that they can and to get people to call out for. We're out of time. Thanks for tuning in tonight. We're live seven nights a week monday through friday. Thanks and peace having taken her father's throne cal has fallen out. With one of our best allies. And her brother nathaniel legend imperial philadelphia with a reckless planet. Uncle thomas armed with new powers. New allies aims to remove sara from her throne and for the world of living to survive and to gain the strings. She needs to find an impossible war. Serra unite them out. Builder kings to enact an agent right that will propel her beyond mortality servant daughter by. Dj butler is a newest entry in the dragon award. Winning which he wore series from books has been books dot com. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. Your helping the state stopped doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin at bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. Bitcoin dot com has launched a trading platform at local dump. Bitcoin dot com allowing you to buy or sell bitcoin cash dozens of payment methods. Like pay pal then mo bank deposit remittances or meeting in person with cash. There are no idea requirements to sign up for us the site and all communications between buyers and sellers are encrypted finally global trading platform. That respects your privacy visit local. Bitcoin dot com to get started trading. Bitcoin cash local dot. Bitcoin dot com. So you've heard all three hours of the latest episode of free talk live and you're still hungry for liberty oriented audio content. Did you know that we have another twenty. Four seven audio stream at l. aren dot. Fm the liberty radio network airs. The latest episodes of some of the best liberty oriented podcasts on the net around the clock in addition to record content. You'll also hear live shows like free. Talk live originating from our keene new hampshire studio so listen anytime at l. Rn dot fm. That's dot fm. Where the rubber meets the road. Actually i'm not even sure what that means. Hotlanta news feed radio network live at heart dot com this stream supported by advertisers and contributions. By you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram being public service newscast able the twenty third. Twenty twenty one. I'm mike clifford. He said it. For medicare and medicaid services says if texas won't medicaid waiver. It was granted in the final days of the trump administration it would need to reapply. The biden administration rescinded a ten year. Extension of what's known as texas's medicaid eleven fifteen transformation waiver arguing. All texans deserve a voice in the future of medicaid. The episcopal health foundation agrees with the decision. President and ceo elena marks says a waiver would have allowed texas to continue paying hospitals for the bills of uninsured patients. Marxist texans don't have real health coverage solutions because medicaid hasn't been expanded and that means that texas has the largest number and the largest percentage of uninsured people in the country. The more uninsured people. You have the more uncompensated care you have. I'm roz brown. It is estimated of tex was opted for expansion. The state could get five point. Six billion dollars in federal funding over two years. Assuming one million uninsured. People eligible for medicaid coverage. Sign up for the program. The us senate overwhelmingly approved legislation. Thursday aimed at strengthening federal efforts to address hate crimes directed at asian americans and that a sharp increase in discrimination and violence against asian communities in the us that for the new york times they report the bipartisan vote. Ninety four to one was the first legislative action. either chamber of congress has taken to bolster law enforcement's response to attacks on people of asian descent which have intensified during the coronavirus pandemic the times notes. The measure was sponsored by senator busy geraldo at would establish a position. At the justice department to expedite the agencies review of hate crimes and expand the channels to report them and washington. Lawmakers have approved funding for the washington family's tax credit more than a dozen years after it was initially passed era. Take off explains the program is modeled after the earned income tax credit at the federal level. And it will provide an estimated four hundred twenty thousand households tax rebates of between three hundred and twelve hundred dollars starting in twenty twenty three. The bill received near unanimous support. From legislators emily vinik with the washington state budget and policy center says coalition of groups has worked to push this policy to the forefront in recent years. A lot of reasons. But i don't think it can be overlooked. How old the pandemic really shed light on the deep inequities that already existed in our state fanatic says twenty nine other states have a state based tax credit program for low income workers but washington's is unique because it ensures that the people with the lowest income get the largest rebate nearly four dozen groups spanning a range of interests.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Changes court proceedings begin today in the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer charged. In the killing of george floyd images of extra security and throngs of media bring up an array of emotions phil black community nelia gear. After floyd's death sparked massive protests and civil unrest hill is with the worldwide outreach. Church for christ is located near the south minneapolis. Quarter were floyd was killed while we witness was a nine minute murder of a man in something aside to all of us broke and so you know trying to deal with that trauma over these last ten eleven months and then now having rehash reopen with the trial protest against police misconduct were held across the nation over the weekend in advance of the trial. Brock seder is with mass action against police brutality. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of the cases never even go to trial this hundreds of thousands of cases going back years that have never been prosecuted in many of these. Have you know. There's families represented these people who've passed to are still out here. Fighting demand justice. Mothers of children who died at the hands of police were among the speakers out. Saturday's boston protest a proposed amendment to pennsylvania state constitution that would create judicial districts for the election of appellate court. Judges won't be on the primary ballot in may but still could go to the voters this year. Hp thirty eight was put on hold after two republicans on the house. Judiciary committee voted against the measure. Supporters of the amendment claim it would increase regional diversity on the court by electing judges for more rural areas but opponents say it would undermine the separation of powers by politicizing judicial selection elizabeth randall with the aclu pennsylvania. Points out that judges don't have local constituents. The way other elected officials do it. We're going to have judges be elected. Then everybody should be able to weigh in on all of the people that sit on those courts because the ruling they make apply to all pennsylvania bill as it is currently written would need to pass both houses of the legislature by early september to be on the statewide ballot for the november election. I'm andrea sears. Reporting solar joe manchin democrat west. Virginia and longtime defender of the filibuster signaled he might nevertheless be open to filibuster reforms. Vox news reports. That could make it easier for democrats to advance their legislative agenda mansion. Told todd on meet the press. If you want to make filibustering a little bit more painful. Make them stand there and talk. I'm willing to take a look at anyway. We can't this is pm. Us states like iowa have lifted covid nineteen restrictions amid a gradual decline in case activity and promising news on vaccinations but new survey results say most older residents want businesses to keep safety in mind as they welcome back customers at a statewide survey from. Aarp iowa ninety five percent of respondents aged fifty and older said mask mandates make them feel somewhat or extremely safe brad anderson state director for aarp says he hopes the business community takes. That results very seriously masks are king in iowa in older islands do expect shopkeepers. restaurants in any anywhere indoor grocery stores to keep those mask mandates in place respondents also indicate strong support for other safety measures such as increasing outdoor dining rather than indoor the iowa department of public health says more than two hundred thousand iowans have now been fully vaccinated and case averages have declined as well as covert i. Mike mohan the wyoming game and fish department gearing up to put. Gps radio callers on about fifty mule deer in southwestern wyoming biologists hope the callers will provide new and robust data revealing deal gration activities including the risks to animals as herds encounter and cross interstate eighty and state highway one eighty nine bill rudd with the wyoming migration initiative says the study should give wildlife managers the tools they need to keep deer population strong and help make wyoming highway safer that helps us understand the risk that deer face as they crossed some of the highways in south west wyoming but also the risk that motorists face there are some twelve to fourteen thousand you into mule deer in southwest wyoming and parts of utah and in winter they travel in groups of between twenty to fifty dear. I'm eric gladys finally are nettie romblon tells us last year was the second wettest on record. For north carolina the north carolina coastal federations new plan shows new water-management technics like rain gardens and watershed restoration to absorb heavy rainfall and prevent dangerous flood conditions. Your own miller. An expert on flood preparedness with the pew charitable trusts says nature based solutions are both cost effective and practical and fast growing state like north carolina. These challenges are often compounded. By the fact that traditional development uses impervious surfaces like concrete and asphalt which prevents rain from soak into the soil. The american society of civil engineers include stormwater for the first time on its infrastructure report card. The nation received a d for stormwater management systems support for this reporting was provided by the pew charitable. This is mike clifford and thank you for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted supported. Her great radio stations across the nation and online at public new service dot. Org you're struggling with your mortgage you think about it all the time. What are we gonna do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit making home. Affordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know all know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash the right seat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meats and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something happy seventieth big eye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug. Come for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed to generation watch recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. You'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you by the usda hhs and the council. Here's a look at weather from the hop lands. Newsfeed weather center monday sunny with a high near sixty six south west wind up to fifteen miles per hour monday nights increasing cloud cover with like wind. Low around forty. Four tuesday mostly cloudy gradually becoming sunny high. Sixty six moderate wind gusts up to twenty five miles around. That's the latest weather chicago. More news and weather on our website at hotlines newsfeed.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Court proceedings begin today in the trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of george floyd in which is extra security and throngs of media bring up an array of emotions full by community yulia gear after floyd's death sparked massive protests and civil unrest. Pj hill is with the worldwide outreach. Church for christ. It's located near the south minneapolis. Quarter where floyd was killed. Well we witness was a nine minute murder of a man in something. All of us broke and so you know trying to deal with that trauma over these last. You know ten eleven months and then now having it rehash reopened with the trial. Protest against police misconduct were held across the nation over the weekend in advance of the trial. Brock seder is with mass action against police brutality. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of the cases never even go to trial this hundreds of thousands of cases going back years that have never been prosecuted in in many of these. Have you know. There's families representing the these people who've passed who are still out here. Fighting demand injustice. Mothers of children who died at the hands of police were among the speakers out. Saturday's boston protest a proposed amendment to pennsylvania state constitution that would create judicial districts for the election of appellate court. Judges won't be on. The primary bout in may but still could go to voters this year. Hp thirty eight was put on hold after two republicans on the house. Judiciary committee voted against the measure. Supporters of the amendment claim it would increase regional diversity on the court by electing judges for more rural areas but opponents say it would undermine the separation of powers by politicizing judicial selection elizabeth randall with the aclu of pennsylvania. Points out that judges don't have local constituents. The way other elected officials do it. We're going to have judges be elected. Then everybody should be able to weigh in on all of the people that sit on those courts because the ruling they make apply to all pennsylvania. The bill as it is currently written would need to pass both houses of legislature by early september to be on the statewide ballot for the november election. I'm envious sears. Reporting senator joe. Manchin democrat of west. Virginia and longtime defender of the filibuster signaled he might nevertheless be open to filibuster reforms. Vox news reports. I could make it easier for democrats to advance their legislative agenda mansion told. Chuck todd on meet the press. If you want to make filibustering a little bit more painful. Make them stand there and talk. I'm willing to take a look at any way. we can't. This is pm. Us states like iowa have lifted covid nineteen restrictions amid a gradual decline in case activity and promising news on vaccinations but new survey results say most older residents want businesses to keep safety in mind as they welcome back customers at a statewide survey from. Aarp iowa ninety five percent of respondents aged fifty and older said mask mandates make them feel somewhat or extremely safe brad anderson state director for aarp says he hopes the business community takes. That results very seriously masks are king in iowa. In older islands do expect Shopkeepers restaurants in any anywhere indoor grocery stores to keep those mask mandates in place respondents also indicate strong support for other safety measures such as increasing outdoor dining rather than indoor the iowa department of public health says more than two hundred thousand islands have now been fully vaccinated case. Averages have declined as well as covert hospitalizations. I mike mohan the wyoming game and fish department gearing up to put. Gps radio callers on about fifty mule deer in southwestern wyoming biologists hope the callers will provide new and robust data revealing deer migration activities including the risks to animals as herds encounter and cross interstate eighty and state highway one thousand nine bill rudd with the wyoming migration initiative says the studies should give life managers the tools they need to keep deer population strong and help make wyoming highway safer that helps us understand the risk The deer face as they crossed some of the highways and south west wyoming but also the risks that motorists face there are some twelve to fourteen thousand you into mule deer in southwest wyoming and parts of utah and in winter. They travel in groups of between twenty to fifty. Dear i'm eric. Gladys finally are nettie araba gone tells last year was the second wettest on record. For north carolina the north carolina coastal federation new plan shows new water management techniques like rain gardens and watershed restoration to absorb heavy rainfall and prevent dangerous flood. Conditions your own miller an expert on flood preparedness with the pew charitable trusts says nature based solutions are both cost effective and practical and then fast growing state like north carolina. These challenges are often compounded by the fact that traditional development uses impervious surfaces concrete and asphalt which prevents rain from soak into the soil. The american society of civil engineers include stormwater for the first time on its infrastructure report card. The nation received a d for storm water management systems support for this reporting was provided by the pew charitable trusts. This is mike clifford. Thank you for starting your week with public news. Service member and listener supported her great radio stations across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org you're struggling with your mortgage you think about it all the time. What are we going to do if we lose the house. It's time to stop thinking and start dialing call one eight eight eight nine nine five hope for free government program that offers expert one on one advice about your mortgage options. We've helped over a million homeowners and we want to help you call one. Eight eight eight nine nine five hope or visit makinghomeaffordable dot gov brought to you by the us treasury hud and the ad council. Did you know that birthday parties. Help build confidence in kids. Yeah did you know that giving kids less sugar before bedtime helps them sleep better. Oh totally did you know that friendly kids have more friends. Everybody knows that. Hey guys did you know that. Most people think they're using the right car seat for their kid but they're not. I didn't know that parents who really know it. All know for sure that their child is in the right car seat at the right age and size visit safercar dot gov slash therightseat to make sure your child is protected brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. Can you tell if these vegetables are being contaminated with bacteria that could cause paralysis. Listen you can't see it either. Use different cutting boards so that the bacteria in raw meat and seafood and their juices doesn't touch prep services for other foods like veggies. Raw food may contain bacteria that can make you very sick or worse. Roughly three thousand americans will die from food poisoning this year. But you can keep your family safer check your steps at foodsafety dot gov brought to you by the usda hhs and the ad council dear. Smokey bear for teaching us how to prevent wildfires. For seventy years. Outdoor lovers would like to say something. Happy seventy bigeye. Let's bring it in for a bear hug. Come for safety tips. Visit smokybear dot com brought to you by the us forest service your state forester and the ad council. Join me as i prepare. A collection of cherished family recipes passed through generation. What's recipes for disaster at foodsafety dot gov. you'll learn the right steps as maria. Does everything wrong brought to you. By the usda hhs and the ad council jolie whether from hop lands news feed weather center saturday mostly cloudy gradually becoming sunny high near fifty one saturday nights player with like wind. Low around thirty two sunday sunny with lightweight during the day with a high near sixty two mostly clear on sunday night with around thirty nine. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A bill advancing in the minnesota would establish a statewide paid family. Leave program are mike. Born reports is not the first time lawmakers have considered the idea but backers. Say the timing is right. Tell households of ended by the pandemic house file. Twelve hundred create a statewide fund for employers and their staff to pay into representing roughly two to three dollars a weekly earnings. The plan covers twelve weeks of partial wages for a worker dealing with a serious illness or caring for a newborn or another loved. One northfield city council member. Jessica petersen white says like many people. She's to make difficult choices. Juggling a young child her job because of the pandemic maternity leave lasted a little more than a week. And then i was working harder than ever before. It's makes your mental survive. Twenty twenty supporters say the fund would help working families deal with term effects of the crisis and could help reduce staff turnover but senate republicans site the concert. Small business owners and note that many employers offer their own plans. The bill also opposed by the minnesota chamber of commerce cleared a house committee this week while the minnesota house version is seeing some movement. It's unclear whether the companion bill in the senate will get hearing louis dejoy the battle postmaster. General said wednesday. He's not going anywhere as he faces. Withering criticism of his leadership of the us postal service and call for president. Joe biden to oust him that from politico testifying at a house oversight and reform committee meeting. Dejoy said he intended to be around a long time. Get used to me. He said politico notes to joys resolve may be put to the test. Soon as biden nominated three people to fill open seats on the board that determines he post pastors fate. Would that come see opportunity to get rid of dejoy an election. Washington's largest city and making elections better reflect the will of voters is getting some new funding born that from iraq ticket off the center for election. Science is making a seventy thousand dollar to seattle approves and four other groups around the country. Seattle approves wants to change the city's primary elections so that voters select all the candidates they support rather than just one logan hours ran for seattle city council and twenty nine thousand nine hundred. He saw voters struggle with crowded field of candidates and thanks approval. Voting would make the process easier. If there's two candidates that have similar views. They don't have to worry that their votes going to be split and book candidates will lose and so the net was that if the candidates that make it through tend to be favored or approved by war. Voters voting reform groups were also chosen in the san francisco bay area austin texas missouri and utah. This is p. ennis federal regulators have issued a preliminary permit now for a pumped. Hydropower project using water for blake powell but conservation groups say climate change could bake that plan unsustainable. The project would pump water from the lake. Drain it downhill to a generator and send the power to massive battery for storage. The twenty two hundred megawatt project would supply cities in arizona. California nevada over lines previously used by the retired navajo generating station but gary walkner with the group save. The colorado says falling water levels will make the colorado river basin. An unreliable source of water started to build billions down with the infrastructure in this lake in the system that is clearly in severe decline range way to try to generate a lot smarter faster easier ways generous then from stories hydro. The permit gives the developer daybreak power. The go ahead to negotiate for land use rights and finalized plans for the project but conservation groups say the three point. Six billion dollars would be better invested in solar and wind power projects mark. Richardson reporting new data. She's a big drop pissed over nine percent. In the number of indiana students apply for federal student aid this year. Experts say that could mean a big red flag for college enrollment. The national college attainment network cracks fast free applications for federal student aid morally. Keller is he networks director of technical assistance if the fasces are already running just under ten percent behind and faxes are very strong indicator about the likelihood to enroll in college. We may be getting set up for another significant drop in college. Enrollment this fall one speculations. Many students are holding off waiting to hear whether their preferred college will offer in person instruction next semester. And finally our lily bulky tells us a cohort of white people of means are transferred wealth to black lead food and land organizations across the nation as a form of reparations and restorative justice at the detroit black community food security network executive director maliki akini says the white woman from california called last year saying she wanted a sizeable portion of her inheritance to go to the organization. He akini recalls. She felt there was some lack of justice in how the money was acquired and she wanted to redirected community one of the fundamental reasons that black brown and indigenous community suffer. Food insecurity is because of dispossession of land. One of the things that gives the community. The ability to feed itself is having access to land to grow and produce food. According to recent data wait people ninety eight percent of farmland though many black americans have deep roots in farming. This story was produced original reporting from ruth. Terry for yes media. This is mike clifford for public new service member at listener supported and always online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotlanta newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny with moderate wind. Timely of fifty five tonight mostly cloudy with light wind and occasional gusts as high as twenty miles per hour low around twenty seven thursday partly sunny with a high near forty three. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland news feed dot com. Hey it was a that kidnapped that ball out and it is hands twice so under thirty left san diego state having trouble get it in. They got a call. Time out again are they. Are they calling foued. Are you watching this game. Cover high no. I think that they. I think they actually called a foul. Like i'm trying to figure it out without any knowledge of the volume or anything else going on here. I think they actually called a foul on n. Mounts and they did. And now san diego state shoot free throws so they never inbounded it they never even tried to inbound it. They fouled him as the guy was trying to pass it in. They followed the guy and they're at the line again and they hit the first free throw so free points you know what like this is crazy. Now they're up to sixty two sixty and just a great finish twenty seven seconds left very entrenched in this game. He hits the second free throw and now it's a.

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"We get more american off individual provider members of. Sei you seven. Seven five are negotiating their contract for the next two years. They don't want to be swept up in potential budget cuts during pandemic caregiver. Door pokey says estate contracts workers for certain hours but they often provide care around the clock especially if they're helping out a family member limited with the hours that do contract you for and sometimes the second job. You're not able to work out of the house because these clients that we take care of. They require that hands on. Lawmakers have pushed back because of the unusual budget year during the covid nineteen pandemic. The state is looking at three point. Three billion dollar shortfall through twenty twenty three according to a forecast from last year the workers contract expires at the end of june. This is p. us a key advocacy group for asian americans. Have minnesota hopes. The country is turning the corner on reducing hateful rhetoric towards community members but it says emerging plans need more detail and that diversity and government still is a big concern. Last week pesident. Joe biden signed a memorandum condemning and combating racism and xenophobia against asian americans and pacific islanders. The move directs. The justice department to enhance efforts on data collection and reporting of hate crimes and harassment nick core of minnesota's coalition of asian american leaders celebrities need to do a thorough breakdown when taking a closer look at the numbers because the agents american experience is so wide and diverse company. Everyone together within the asian american sort of like check box can be misleading times. Because they're encouraged to see biden condemn rhetoric such as china virus that former president donald trump used to describe cove in nineteen. I might mohan meantime. Many teachers in illinois are joining a national campaign. This week called black lives matter at school to raise awareness about structural racism in the us. It's often not included in the standard curriculum. They're advancing an agenda for schools from including more black and ethnic studies in the curriculum to hiring more black teachers. They also want to end zero tolerance discipline policies and fund more counselors and social workers than school. Police officers dr. Monique rudo smith is what the illinois federation of teachers race and racism lesson plans in black history month ideas not just during this week night just during this month good year round and not just in schools that served black students or that i one is of color. We need to ensure that curricula is really a mirror and also a window. Research shows black students who have at least one black teacher early in life in kindergarten through third grade are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college for public news service. I'm willie bulky. Finally mary sherman tells us state of the art tool is hoping researchers in indiana a small device known as a super gauge gathers data around the clock on water quality and the while bash river in new harmony. Knox county farmer ray. Mccormick explains the wabash a primary source of nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into the mississippi river and onto the gulf of mexico. The wabash is the biggest contributor as a percentage per acre to the gulf. High pox is the wabash river is very pristine and it's quite the asset for our state but the watershed that goes into the wall. Bash has been highly degraded the wabash river super gauge which cost several thousand dollars was installed with funding from the nature. Conservancy along with public and private partners. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public. News service member listener supported on great radio stations.

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"And onto the gulf of mexico. The wabash is the biggest contributor as a percentage parameter to the gulf. High pox is on the wabash river very pristine and it's quite the asset for our state but the watershed that goes into the wall. Bash has highly degraded the wabash river super gauge which cost several thousand dollars was installed with funding from the nature conservancy along with public and private partners. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted support. Her great radio stations across the nation and online at public news.

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"Loss of income. During the pandemic fifty one percent of colorado's of color have lost income since the beginning of the pandemic compared with thirty five percent of white colorado's hagar says additional federal assistance will be needed to meet the scale of the crisis but some members of congress have opposed passing additional. Relief package is citing concerns about rising national debt and uncertainty. That money will go to those most in need. I'm eric gladys that same poll found that hugger is now a top concern for almost one in four. Colorado households help is available online at o. Food finder dot. Org cnn reports. President biden is open to some negotiations on this one point nine trillion dollar covid nineteen relief package but not the six. Hundred billion dollar counterproposal announced by some republican senators. The white house is reported to be specifically open to considering scaling down checks for families making more than one hundred fifty thousand dollars per year but the administration is not considering cutting off months of unemployment insurance access or money going to schools at home caregivers for people with disabilities and older folks washington state a whole do the line at budget talks with the state we get more from eric titles individual provider members of. Sei you seven. Seven five are negotiating their contract for the next two years. They don't want to be swept up in potential budget cuts during the pandemic caregiver. Dora pokey says state contracts workers for certain hours but they often provide care around the clock. Especially they're helping out a family member limited with the hours do contract you for and sometimes the second job. You're not able to work out of the house because these clients that we take care of. They require that hands on. Lawmakers have pushed back because of the unusual budget year during the covid nineteen pandemic. The state is looking at three point. Three billion dollar shortfall through twenty twenty three according to a forecast from last year the workers contract expires at the end of june. This is a key advocacy group for asian americans. Have minnesota hopes a country is turning the corner on reducing hateful rhetoric towards community members but it says emerging plans need more detail and that diversity and government still is a big concern last week. President joe biden signed a memorandum condemning and combating racism and xenophobia against asian americans and pacific. Islanders the move directs the justice department to enhance efforts on data collection and reporting of hate crimes and harassment nick core of minnesota's coalition of asian american leaders authorities need to do a thorough breakdown when taking a closer look at the numbers because the american experiences so wide and diverse company. Everyone together within asian american sort of like check boxes can be misleading at times. Before they're encouraged to see biden condemn rhetoric such as china virus that former president. Donald trump used to describe covid nineteen. I might mohan meantime. Many teachers in illinois are joining a national campaign. This week called black lives matter at school to raise awareness about structural racism in the us. It's often not included in the standard curriculum. They're advancing agenda for schools from including more black and ethnic studies in the curriculum to hiring more black teachers. They also want to end. Zero tolerance disciplined policies and fund more and social workers rather than school. Police officers dr mo niekro smith is with the illinois federation of teachers curing race and racism. Lesson plans in black history history month ideas not just during this week not just during this month but year round and not just in schools that served black students or the first students of color. We need to ensure that curricula is really a mirror and a window. Research shows black students who have at least one black teacher early in life in kindergarten through third grade are more likely to graduate from high school and attend college for public news service. I'm willie bulky. Finally mary sherman tells us they. State of the art tool is helping researchers indiana a small device known as a super gauge gathers data around the clock on water quality and the wabash river in new harmony. Knox county farmer ray. Mccormick explains the wabash as a primary source of nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into the mississippi river and onto the gulf of mexico. Wabash is the biggest contributor as a percentage per acre to the golf hypoc is on the wall bash rivers very pristine and it's quite the asset for our state but the watershed that goes into the wall. Bash has been highly degraded river super gauge. Which cost several thousand dollars was installed with funding from the nature conservancy along with public and private partners. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted supported or not great.

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"I'm willie wilkie filing mary. Sherman tells us state of the art tool is helping researchers in indiana a small device known as a super gauge gathers data around the clock on water quality and the wabash river in new harmony. Knox county farmer. Ray mccormick explains the wabash is a primary source of nitrogen and phosphorus flowing into the mississippi river and onto the gulf of mexico. The wabash is the biggest contributor. As a percentage per acre to the gulf hypotheses on the wabash river is very pristine. And it's quite the asset for our state but the watershed that goes in. The wabash has been highly degraded the wabash river super gauge. Which cost several thousand dollars was installed with funding from the nature conservancy along with public and private partners. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public. News service member listener supported heard on great radio stations across the nation and online at public new service dot. Org from hop land use feet center. Breezy conditions are in store for us today. Rain and still often wind gusts as high as thirty miles. An hour tiny faulty there will be made on saturday. Nights with occasional gusts as high as thirty miles per hour. Low around thirty five. There will be arraigned early on sunday transitioning to arrange slash snow mix throughout mid morning and early afternoon turning into snow after four pm. Piney thirty four cloudy with moderate quitting from the northwest on sunday night. Low around twenty eight. That's the latest check out mornings and weather on our website. News sleep dot com when the price goes up all of a sudden right which is what happened to games right and it was on purpose. They bought this stock specifically to force it to go up in value. So as to make it so these hedge fund people who bought the stock at a lower price would have to pay it back much higher price. And that's the thing about Any kind of selling short so normal people don't usually do that it's It's very much an inside. Don't ever do that. How would you well. I mean you can actually sell a stock short through year broker but Most people don't because the the loss is potentially infinite. Yes and the game is finite whatever the price is. that's your maximum gain. So this article says the heavy hitters in traditional finance have been concerned about the recent stock market action fueled by readiness and a colossal number of retail investors. This week a goldman sachs executive warned that if these short-squeezes continue it could quote snowball through the entire market unquote moreover interactive brokers founder. Thomas petofi made similar comments this week saying these types of systemic risk can quote. Take down the entire system theoretically unquote now and this system is based on things. That shouldn't not that shouldn't be conceptually possible but that shouldn't be possible in practice there. It should not be practical to sell securities that you don't have because then what does that do to the demand for that security. No people know you need it and it's not a tangible item. It's not like somebody has to produce it to give it to you. That should if we had a market do what did this time exponentially increase the price. It should not be. I'm not saying it should be wouldn't be banned and then kept saying i don't think but it shouldn't be a thing that you can plausibly. Do right because it doesn't obey standard market practices which is just supply and demand right and the only reason it works is because they can shut down the stock market right whenever they're losing which is what they did last week right well and they also put a halt on the particular folks. Were using the robin hood app. They robinhood app itself. Put the caillebotte on using it to buy more of these stocks. I would not be surprised if they got a phone call from on high but nasdaq closed. Which i think the last time there is i think the last time there was an unscheduled stock market clue extent stock exchange. Closing was nine eleven. I like to refer to nasdaq as nad sack. Because it just sounds better you just flip a couple of letters around. It is pretty gross. The article continues twenty. Twenty one has been an interesting year so far and this week i read it forum called our slash wall street. Bits sparked a whole new hot topic for days ago news that bitcoin dot com reported on the stock market fiasco that started with short squeezing game stop shares but gm shares. Were not the only stocks that felt the push as wall street bets trends started leaking into a number of other types of shares for instance stocks from the russell three thousand index were targeted including tickers. Like okay gogo. amc x. Phys the social media. Craze even leaked into the crypto currency world. Pushing up coins like doj coin. An extra p has well estimates that the short seller's have lost seventy point eight seven billion dollars for short positions according to statistics six zero three two eight three six one six zero. Are you tired of governments. Murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is an alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You're helping the state stopped doing it. You have an incredible alternative of lable. Now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin. Bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. Divvy he's been a pretty good investment for free talk live. Their ad campaign started in september. Two thousand nineteen and from mid march to mid july. The values soared by ten times. It's not too late. 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"The. Us house of representatives is delivering the articles of impeachment against former president. Donald trump to the senate today trump is accused of inciting the riot at the capital january. The six to stop the certification of the election connected. Senator richard blumenthal says the trial in. The senate should begin within weeks arguing and indefinite delay. Serves no what they need. But very limited time to organize his defense by the country deserves a prompt trial. Many republicans have argued that trawls unnecessary because trump is already out of office. President joe biden is demanding. Quick action on hunger are andreas. Here's reports have. Many new yorkers or receiving snap and pandemic abt will be getting increases in their benefits an estimated twenty nine million adults in at least eight million children nationwide or experiencing food insecurity because of the pandemic on friday president joe biden signed an executive order directing the agriculture department to allow states to increase snap benefits to the lowest income recipients and to raise emergency benefits for families whose children would normally be getting free meals at school by fifteen percent fuel burg. Ceo of hunger. Free america says that should benefit at least three million new yorkers. This is a boldest biggest administrative staff fight hunger that any administration has taken really in the modern era. At least since the great society programs the white house says a fifteen percent increase in pandemic. Edt benefits could give a family of three about one hundred five dollars more by food over two months meantime in a few weeks. The usda ron farmers to family's food box program resume. We get perspective from kentucky. And nadia robbery gone anti-hunger advocates say. The situation is dire for families especially for children. Many of whom are remote learning and don't have access to regular school meals household. Food insecurity continues to soar statewide and some counties have reported up to thirty five to forty percent increases in need kentucky state director with. Save the children. Eliza taylor says rural communities in particular face several logistical challenges. The food boxes are delivered on semi tractor trailers. So getting those into these communities that are far off the beaten past is more and more difficult we really have to work and the go. She ate and make sure we have volunteers on the ground. Standing by to unload distribute them. She knows the program currently has a wait list. Save the children and ag tech company app harvest recently distributed hydroponic plant kits to sixteen hundred kids in eastern kentucky so they can try growing. Produce indoor's this p. s. senator bernie sanders the incoming chairman of the senate budget committee said sunday. Democrats would use a rare procedural tactic to pass major parts of covid nineteen package if republicans refuse to move measure. She had reporting sanders. Who used the move known as reconciliation soon as we possibly can to pass a package by fifty one votes in the senate rather than sixty if republicans don't move the discussion and a bill in montana would and same day registration and close late in person. Registration ruthie barbara is with ford montana and says it would be a boundary for many voters that would be arriving to that county elections office twice. And then of course many of us work full-time various jobs. So many full-time students business. People ranchers and parents single parents especially wisconsin residents have showed renewed interested in outdoor activities during the pandemic but conservation groups and some local governments say to keep public land's viable a key program needs to be renewed next month. Governor evers unveiled his proposed budget and nature advocates hope and includes reauthorization of the knows nelson stewardship program due to expire this summer the state fund was established in nineteen eighty nine by natural landscapes and administer grants for trail construction and other outdoor improvements. The nature conservancies met domain says it benefits residents all over wisconsin natural resources in their natural environments in the state are important whether they're in an urban setting or in a rural setting important to our economy is places where people get out hike ski last year. The dnr reported a surge in visitations to outdoor sites putting strain on operations and infrastructure advocates. Say that's why another ten years of funding is needed. It's unclear whether republican leaders would back the move fevers recommends it some have raised concerns about debt obligations tied to the program. I'm mike mohan. Finally eric kickoff reports public weigh-in this week on experimental nuclear reactor that could be coming to the idaho national laboratory. The us department of energy has released draft environmental impact statement for a new design known as a versatile nuclear reactor. The doe says it will be used to test nuclear energy. Innovations helping to push the sector forward but edwin lyman director of nuclear power safety with the union of concerned. Scientists believes its construction. Would pose risks for eastern idaho. People should ask questions about whether the deal. He has really done the accident analysis that it needs to and is being honest with the people about potential consequences of accents that reactor the versatile nuclear reactor is cooled by liquid sodium which lyman notes is highly potent reactors currently in operation in the. Us are cooled by water. This is mike clifford. Thanks for starting your week with public. Do servicemember listener supported and online at public. New service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hofland news. Feed weather center today at rain. Freezing rain and sleet with an occasional snow. Mix sleep will be heavy at times high near thirty six tonight. A forty percent chance of rain before eight later becoming mostly cloudy. Low around thirty two mostly cloudy skies on tuesday with light wind from the northwest high near thirty six. That's the latest weather chicago more news and weather on our website to top lamps news feed dot com happy monday liberty kitty cats and before we get into today's excellent debate. If i do say so myself. I think a really going to enjoy this. One between dave smith and eric brighi before we get into that many of you may have heard in fact. I'm sure many of you may have heard because it's one of my most downloaded interviews of the year. My interview with vin armani last year where he recommended one course advice for those who love liberty and that is to get your shit and go to get the f out of this country while things are going in the direction they're going. It's going to be very uncomfortable for political dissidents in the united states. And that's why. I want a highly highly highly recommend. You check out the ex pat money show an amazing resource from my friend. 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08:17 min | 2 years ago

"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The. Us house of representatives is delivering the articles of impeachment against former president. Donald trump to the senate. Today trump is accused of inciting the riot at the capital january the six to stop the certification of the election connecticut. Senator richard blumenthal says the trial in. The senate should begin within weeks arguing. An indefinite delay serves no one present. Nee need but very limited time to organize his defense but the country deserves a prompt trial. Many republicans have argued the trolleys unnecessary because trump is already out of office. President joe biden is demanding. Quick action on hunger are andrew. Sears reports have many new yorkers who are receiving snap and pandemic. Edt will beginning increases in their benefits. An estimated twenty nine million adults at least eight million children nationwide or experiencing food insecurity because of the pandemic on friday president joe biden signed an executive order directing the agriculture department to allow states to increase snap benefits to the lowest income recipients and to raise emergency benefits for families whose children would normally be getting free meals at school by fifteen percent tool berm. Ceo of free. America says that should benefit at least three million new yorkers biggest administrative staff to fight hunger than any administration has taken really in the modern era. At least since the great society programs the white house says the fifteen percent increase in pandemic. Edt benefits could give a family of three about one hundred five dollars more to buy food over two months meantime in a few weeks. The usda ron farmers to family's food box program resume we get perspective. Who kentucky and nadia robbery gone. Anti hunger advocates. Say the situation is dire for families especially for children. Many of whom are remote learning and don't have access to regular school meals household. Food insecurity continues to soar statewide and some counties have reported up to thirty five to forty percent increases in need kentucky state director with. Save the children. Eliza taylor says rural communities in particular face several logistical challenges. The boxers are delivered on semi tractor trailers of getting those into these communities that are far off. The beaten past is more and more difficult so we really have to work go. She ate and make sure we have volunteers on the ground. Standing by to unload and distribute them she notes the program currently has a wait list. Save the children and ag tech company harvest recently distributed hydroponic plant kits to sixteen hundred kids in eastern kentucky. So they can try growing produce indoors. This is p. ns sorta bernie sanders the incoming chairman of the senate budget committee said sunday. Democrats would use a rare procedural tactic to pass major parts of covid. Nineteen package if republicans refuse to move the measure. She'd had reporting sanders. Who used the move known as reconciliation as soon as we possibly can to pass a package by fifty one votes in the sarah than sixty if republicans don't move the legislation and bill. Montana would end same day. Registration and closed late in person registration. Ruthie barbara is with ford montana. Says it would be a boundary for many voters that would be driving to that county elections. I twice and then of course. Many of us work fulltime various jobs so many full-time students business. People ranchers and parents single parents especially wisconsin residents have showed renewed interest in outdoor activities during the pandemic but conservation groups and some local governments. Say to keep public land's viable a key program needs to be renewed next month. Governor iverson unveils proposed budget and nature advocates hope and includes reauthorization of the knows nelson stewardship program due to expire this summer the state fund was established in one thousand nine hundred nine to buy natural landscapes and administer grants for trail construction and other outdoor improvements. The nature conservancies matt domain says benefits residents all over wisconsin. Natural resources are natural environments in. The state are important whether they're in an urban setting or in a rural setting they're important to our economy is places where people get out hike ski last year. The dnr reported a surge in visitations to outdoor sites putting strain on operations and infrastructure advocates. Say that's why another ten years of funding is needed is unclear whether republican leaders would back the move fevers recommends it some raised concerns about debt obligations tied to the program. I'm mike mohan finally kicking off reports public. You win this week on experimental nuclear reactor. That could be coming to the idaho national laboratory. The us department of energy has released a draft environmental impact statement for a new design known as a versatile nuclear reactor the dot says. It will be used to test nuclear energy. Innovations helping to push the sector forward but edwin lyman director of nuclear power safety with the union of concerned. Scientists believes its construction. Would pose risks for eastern idaho. People should ask questions about whether the deal has really done. The accident analysis that needs to be honest with the people about the potential consequences of accidents. Reactor versatile nuclear reactor is cooled by liquid sodium. Which lyman not is highly potent reactors currently in operation in the. Us are cooled by water. This is mike clifford for starting your week with public do servicemember listers supported and online at public news service dot. Org here is a look at weather from the hofland newsfeed weather center today. Expect rain freezing. Rain and sleet with an occasional snow. Mix sleet will be heavy at times high near thirty six tonight. A forty percent chance of rain before eight pm later becoming mostly cloudy. Low around thirty two mostly cloudy skies on tuesday with light wind from the northwest high near thirty six. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website to top lines newsfeed dot com conference championship style. Nfl rewind here on sports overnight. America me and daughter from wow what a day. what a day. what a day. Not the type of day. I totally wanted to see but what one legend was going to be. Plan a guy that is going to be having an opportunity to be a legend. I shouldn't have whether or not. It was going to be aaron rodgers for tom brady. Playing patrick mahomes. Tom brady gets it done for the tampa. Bay buccaneers thirty one. Twenty six green bay. Packers patrick mahomes and the kansas city chiefs. Get it done over the bills. Thirty eight to twenty four couple. The big stories of the day may not even be the fact that those two teams one. It might be how they won. The green bay packers had an opportunity for down. Late in the ballgame to score a touchdown and they decide to kick a field goal. Not sure what. The thought process was at that moment in time. Knowing you need to score a touchdown feel does you. No good so the real question to me is what the heck was going on with matt lafleur and why in the hell did he not give the ball to the guy. Who's the best player on the field in aaron rodgers. And how in the hell do you put that on your defense to get a stop and maybe never get the ball back. And then patrick mahomes. Wow what a performance from that guy once again. Dudes going back to the super bowl. What what else can i say. Other than i hear the music. I gotta take a break. I'll do that. i'll come back. I'll wrap about the. Nfl rewind conference championship style. Right here sports. Over at america.

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08:12 min | 2 years ago

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"I saw think that it was rigged. Quite a difference between saying you think an election was rigged and quote yelling fire in a crowded theatre. Which of course is upset before has absolutely no legal standing. So this idea that saying that. Pennsylvania was rigged or that we were trying to steal the election. That's a lie and that you do not have the right. That is not protected speech. The second those tweets went up they should have been deleted. That's not the platforming someone. It's it's deleting lies that are yelling fire in a crowded theatre when there is none and there's a difference that is not protected speech. He can talk all day about what his favorite football team is or that. He's the greatest president in history of the world but no one republican democrat. Whatever has the right to say those kind of incendiary lies of course. They're incendiary lies only because he's on the side that argues that he is right that there was no infractions. Made a cetera. Meanwhile knowing for a fact how much voter fraud is possible and then it goes on nonstop and every election especially with mail in ballots. It would seem very legitimate to question whether or not there was indeed fraud. What he's saying. The election was rigged. Okay you saying that specific language buddy or just questioning in any way and how exactly because how is this equivalent to yelling fire in a crowded theatre saying election is rigged is questioning a state narrative with ample evidence to provide fodder for that question. It's not demanding. People go and violently overthrow a government. No one has called for that. It's not saying that somehow people are going to be strung up that you're inciting people to go after those on the voting commission and hang from the rafters. None of that is happening. You have vast social media censorship and platform four simply wondering aloud whether or not something shady happened. And you have this fuck telling me and you that that warrants being removed that you can't say ally but who knows what the truth is. The state lies to us all the time. Why do you. There's something called classified. It's so the state can lie to us and not tell us about it. Not tell us the full truth. Tell us an outright lie. There are beyond. I don't know millions of examples. Wikileaks troves alone. Provide hundreds of thousands of examples of the government lying to you in various ways. All of the people involved in that. i mean. fuck if we're using this basis for what. A rationale is for platform people. Shouldn't everyone in the entire government platform d- en masse because they live or that anybody the face of the earth government side more than anybody absolutely ridiculous and looking forward. If you can't question of say an election is rigged what happens when there's actually an election that was rigged. Oh that's right. The state now has given itself permission to silence you because you dared to question this election now. They don't want you to be able to question any election no matter how blatant and obvious the chicanery is the cheating is that they're robbing you of your decision to vote and for who you're voting for yet can't question it now. That's not protected speech. How convenient how. This is all coming together. Come more things. I'm going to wrap it up. I saw an article. That bill gates is now. America's largest farmland owner. Can you imagine. Just run with me for a minute. And i know. I've been doing a lot more. Conspiracy talked usually do but go with me for a minute on this. Bill gates is now famous for some reason. Despite the fact that he's not an epidemiologist or a biologist. He is a scientist just as much as bill. Nye the science guy is which means not at all. But bill gates is somehow sprung to the forefront not only of covid vaccine virus management but of course also is at the forefront of what we need to do it human civilization with the fact that he thinks global populations are too high and the trajectory is to i even though they're actually projected to tap out about ten million and then go back down by studies from experts in this field so bill gates talking about how the world's overpopulated at basically is called for a calling busy has called for endorsed in the past plans much like china to limit the number of children people can have and other platforms that followed similar thinking power. So it's a little concerning right. If bill gates is the largest owner of farmland the guy controlling the most amount of harvestable land to be the same guy that wants to call the population of the united states and the world seems a little a little too convenient right bill gates. Society's going to make food anymore guys. So i guess Thanos gonna snap happy. Add existence breadbasket empty. But of course because you know zillions. Libertarians we'll tell you because bill gates is a private unusual. He he's the right to star people cut off that food supply began doesn't mean he should but i thought that was a little cute. It also had me wondering while. I was walking doggies asthma. You're listening to the heart. Non newsfeed radio network lie at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook twitter and instagram. The public service during newscasts for january. Twenty second twenty twenty. I'm mike clifford. President joe biden made the keystone excel pipeline. One of his top priorities on his first day in office issued an executive order to revoke the controversial projects permit. We get more from eric ticket off. The pipeline aimed to deliver eight hundred thousand gallons per day of alberta tar sands through montana on its way to louisiana and texas. Bill whitehead is chairman of the cinnabon and sue rural water supply system in northeastern montana. He says it's been a long fought battle with many ups and downs. It was looking up every time. It looks like we may prevail but never Let your guard down the canada. Still want you to it out. You know as well as other corporate entities whitehead says he was concerned about the pipeline leaking because local water system was not designed to process tar sands. Tc energy the company behind keystone excel says. Biden's decision will result in the loss of thousands of jobs. The dakota access pipeline began operating in twenty seventeen on his first day in office biden also rejoin the paris climate agreement. Nbc news is reporting. That dr anthony fauci now feels free to speak honestly about covid. Nineteen dow four president. Donald trump is out of office in his first news. Briefing of president. Joe biden was sworn in thou- she said the new administration was committed to being completely transparent open and honest. Nbc news notes that the sharp break from me trump white house when fauci said he often felt there would be repercussions for speaking obviously about the pandemic they quote voucher. You're saying it was clear there were things said regarding things like hydroxychloroquine and other things like that. That really wasn't comfortable. Because they were not scientific facts. And some community health advocates say that covid nineteen vaccine is a big problem as distrust of.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"President joe biden made the keystone xl pipeline. One of his top priorities on his first day in office issuing an executive order to revoke the controversial projects permit we get more from eric ticket off the pipeline aimed to deliver eight hundred thousand gallons per day of alberta tar sands through montana on its way to louisiana and texas bill whitehead is chairman Via cinnabon and rural water supply system in northeastern montana. He says it's been a long fought battle with many ups and downs looking at different times. Looks like we may prevail but never let your guard down the still want you to point it out as well as other corporate entities. Whitehead says he was concerned about the pipeline leaking because the local water system was not designed to process tar sands. Tc energy the company behind keystone xl says bite. Decision will result in the loss of thousands of jobs. The dakota access pipeline began operating in two thousand seventeen on his first day in office by also rejoin the paris. Climate agreement and b. c. News is reporting that. Dr anthony fauci now feels free to speak honestly about covid. Nineteen now that former president. Donald trump is out of office in his first news. Briefing of president. Joe biden was sworn in foul. She said the new administration was committed to being completely transparent. Open and honest and bbc news notes that the sharp break from the trump white house when fauci said he often felt there would be repercussions for speaking obviously about the pandemic they quote found. You're saying it was clear there were things said regarding things like hydroxychloroquine and other things like that. That really wasn't comfortable because they were not him. Scientific facts and some community health advocates. Say that covid. Nineteen vaccine is as big a problem as distrust of the process in black communities. Black americans are receiving co vaccinations at dramatically lower rates than whites. According to kaiser health news and florida's vaccine tracking website shows fifty eight thousand five hundred and forty. Black people have received at least one dose compared to almost seven hundred and forty nine thousand whites mistrust rooted in structural. Racism is one cause of the low inoculation rates. But another is access. Says deborah austin. She's with reach up a group. That's launch a vigorous education campaigns and vaccine drives and so that's very because we educated people we've been able to fail the the mistrust and the discomfort and now they just can't get the vaccine. I'm jones as a thursday. Florida had distributed two and a half million doses of vaccines and administered about one point. Three million of them. This is pms as an estimated. Two hundred thirteen thousand families of pennsylvania faced possible eviction civil rights advocates say president biden's executive order extending the moratorium on. Evictions is a good start but congress could do more to protect tenants who fall behind on rent. Because of the pandemic the moratorium was set to expire at the end of this month on evictions from federally assisted or finance properties and on for closures on federally guaranteed mortgages but the executive order extended through the end of march in thomson with the aclu says it needs to be expanded to cover alternates and for the duration of the pandemic. We also need requirements. Put in place on landlord to make sure that they are not violating these important protections. He adds it. Congress needs to have emergency rental assistance in place before the moratorium is lifted some landlords have already challenged the constitutionality of the federal moratorium in court. I'm andrea sears. Reporting meantime the nation is turning point with a new push for you to eat some groups say change. Your food system is one crucial step. In addressing the divide executive director of the he'll food alliance novi and ghana says the combination of covid nineteen. The climate crisis and political unrest has illuminated the food systems vulnerability in times of crisis. And she explains that disinvestment from a geordie black neighborhoods lack of access to land in week labor laws have fueled inequities for many of our communities where most negatively impacted by the food systems. That's been the case for hundreds of years. Black into smith's and other people of color have come under attack and have been the ones who are most exploited within our food suspenseful at times. Kind of these devine's cannot be bridged. Without first dismantling policies that put profits over people in the environment. Mary sherman reporting. Finally diane tells us we won't learning during the pandemic has meant excessive screen time for kids and maryland. Healthcare group is raising awareness to prevent too much exposure to potentially damaging blue light the light emitted from digital devices can cause serious retinal damage in children with long term exposure. According to scott edmonds with united healthcare children's eyes are still developing and blue light enters. Their retinas than adults is in addition to taking breaks edmund. Suggest teaching kids to follow what he calls the twenty twenty role to protect their is re twenty minutes. You should look off into the distance. Something twenty feet or further for twenty seconds. Since the chance of you're going to get myopia gets you away from the blue light about sixty percent of teachers. Think blue light protection would improve. Student's attention span's this is mike clifford for public news. Service member listener supported heard on some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and allied that public new service dot. Org it is a little bit weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Sunny skies light wind high near forty nine tonight. Increasing cloud cover with shifting winds from west to northwest at about ten miles per nala often midnight. Low around twenty field. Friday partly sunny skies gradually turning sunny with light wind high near thirty. That's the latest twitter. Checkouts more news and weather on our website than newsfeed dot com. But whatever is on your mind and to that end. Let's go to the phones. We've got truth seeker. Calling in from utah truth seeker. You're on free talk live. Yeah just wanna call talk about kobe. In nineteen by question. I the thing is for any Cure to work for something where the pcr is being used to diagnose the disease. What does the cr stand lord. I'm sorry what what does stand for. I wasn't paulie chain reaction. I think that that that's everybody goes and gets whenever they get call. You get a six inch cue. Tips shoved up your nose. That's a pcr test correct So if you're using pcr to diagnose if someone has a disease you kind of need to know what. The false positive rate is to.

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"As joe biden assumes office. This week he'll appeal to a nation facing multiple crises. Mike mohan talk where there was concert. Professor who studies presidential speeches. And who says wednesday's inauguration could be a launching point for promoting a resilient democracy biden has tried to focus on unity and light of contentious election in which president donald trump issued discredited claims. About voter fraud that led to his supporters storming the capital along with polls indicating many republicans still not acknowledging biden's win the university wisconsin's alison press says biden could establish some healing by sticking with unity and restoring faith in democracy and not putting attention on himself folks person for democracy. She is not the definition of what our democracy is. She says that compares with trump's rhetoric one person being the focal point of government beyond the inauguration says biden's actions in this area could help cement some healing. She adds that he could also win over support by staying honest about the state of the pandemic the economic struggles facing many americans and the need for accountability related to the riots. Meantime cnn reports the dissolving of one of america's most enduring transfer of power rituals the outgoing president welcoming an incoming president on the steps of the north portico and then ride with them to the us capitol cnn notes. That it is just one of these snubs. Trump's are perpetrating as a leave washington instead of a president first lady. the biden's will be greeted. By the white house chief usher timothy harlow harlow turns out to be a two thousand seventeen higher from the trump international hotel in washington and will likely not stay on in the biden administration. The source said noting that a role of chief usher in all probability will be filled by someone more familiar with the incoming president and first lady annual report examining social economic and environmental impacts on the nation's health shows that have river jinyan suffering from mental distress increased dramatically between the years two thousand fourteen and twenty nineteen and. That's even before the pandemic the states. Twenty seven percent rise compares with just eleven percent nationally according to rondo randall with united healthcare. Which put out america's health rankings. She says that number measures people who said they felt down or depressed. Fourteen or more days edita. Last thirty she points out that folks likely have become even more troubled since covid nineteen hit last spring. We do know from other reports that race of suicide and rates of drug overdoses in twenty twenty. Were up so that is concerning. I expect to see that. Many major in this report will be affected by the pandemic particularly these socioeconomic measure. I'm diane bernard this is pianist. Legislators advocates and experts gathering today virtually to brainstorm solutions for the myriad threats facing connecticut's environment the twenty first annual environmental summit which coincides with the start of the new legislative session lori brown with the event sponsor the connecticut league of conservation voters says. Revamping the state's recycling program is a high priority. We now gone from being the state that started the bottle. Bill a landmark law to state. His recycling rate is under fifty percent. I'm suzanne potter and kentucky's felony theft threshold has remained unchanged for more than a decade. Critics say is contributing to a rise in incarceration the dollar amount of property damage or theft often determines whether or not a person is charged with a felony for decades kentucky's felony theft threshold was three hundred dollars in two thousand nine. Lawmakers bumped it up to five hundred criminal. Justice reform. Such as amanda hall with the aclu of kentucky says the state's felony theft laws haven't kept pace with inflation if you receive a theft charge and the merchandise is five hundred dollars over. You are charged with felony conviction in today's economy. That would mean a cell phone. Recent legislation sponsored by a group of republican lawmakers would increase the state's felony theft threshold to one thousand dollars haul adds that felony. Convictions can remain on a person's record for a lifetime and lead to barriers in housing employment and education people with felonies also are denied the right to vote. Felony thefts are expunge -able but under state law. A person can't supply for an expansion until at least five years after probation and parole. I'm not a overarm lagaan. Finally eric tikhonov tells us that. Many women in washington state are losing healthcare shortly after giving birth a crucial time in a mother's life senate bill fifty sixty eight would extend postpartum medicaid coverage from sixty days to one year the same measure was a victim of the pandemic in two thousand and twenty. It passed with nearly unanimous support in the house and senate but was vetoed by governor. Jay inslee because of budget concerns. Sam hats and bieler with the economic opportunity institute says the bill would help address. The maternal health crisis right now about ten thousand women are falling through the cracks because of income or or immigration restrictions washington state's maternal mortality review panel found thirty percent of all pregnancy related. Maternal deaths occur forty-three days to a year after birth. The bill has a public hearing in the senate committee on health and long-term care on wednesday about seven hundred women in the us die each year from pregnancy related conditions. This is mike clifford for public new service. We are member listener. Supported her odds of the nation's most interesting.

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That democrats are moving to impeach him believing it will make it easier to purge him from the party. Jim brewster will be sworn in as a state senator today. Any dispute over accounting ballots in allegany county the us fic- court for western. Pennsylvania ruled on tuesday that disputed votes in these states forty fifth senatorial district should be counted. Republicans lost challenges in state and federal courts to democrat boosters narrow victory in november but on january fifth senate republicans blocked brewster from taking the oath of office insisting on another federal court ruling. The gop wanted to toss out twenty three hundred mail in ballots that lacked a written date on the outer envelope but had been received on time. Mark steer who heads the pennsylvania budget and policy center says the court ruled the federal claims of brewster's opponent. Nicole zuccarelli failed on their merits. There's no federal issue that would stop counting those ballots. Which means that. Senator boosters been reelected and that he should take his see. I'm envious sears. Reporting statewide task force. Appointed by governor. Roy cooper has released a sweeping set of recommendations aimed at ending racism in the criminal. Justice system. black north carolinians are nearly six times as likely to be incarcerated as white residents twice as likely to be pulled over for a traffic stop and also more likely to be jailed before trial. Don blais grove of the group emancipate. Nc says the police response to last week's insurrection. At the us capitol underscores how black and brown people often are treated differently by law enforcement and the courts and the start difference that was put on display is precisely why we need our legislators to take seriously the concerns that black brown all over this country about the disparate treatment. The north carolina association of sheriff's recently released its own report on law enforcement professionalism. It calls for changes to officer education requirements training and certification. The report opposes many of the task force recommendations including removing school resource officers creating citizen review boards and allowing public access to officers disciplinary records. I'm nadia ramleh gone. This is p. ns. It may be a step toward economic recovery but it is not abridge in ohio based poet policy group says it welcomes new covid relief package but it's hardly enough policy matters. Ohio held an online forum yesterday. Tell ohioans better understand the benefits of the nine hundred billion dollar measure. The include the direct stimulus payment that nearly seventy percent of eligible americans already received also extends federal unemployment programs and reinstates a supplemental benefit until late july research directors schiller notes at three hundred dollars. A week it's half the amount the cares act provided hundreds of thousands of lost jobs in the state. And what's more. It's not a good time to be going out and trying to find a job. There's a pandemic out there so we need a lot more aid and we're gonna need it fast. This feel is really just a down payment. The incoming biden administration says passing a new relief. Package is an immediate priority. Mary sermon reporting. This story was produced in association with media in the public interest in funded in part by the george foundation. Colorado's community health centers or c. h. Cbs's are called are shifting gears to deliver covid nineteen vaccines that after the governor. Their yard police called on these safety. Net providers to deliver twenty percent of the state's vaccine supply for people ages. Seventy s over poly anderson with the colorado community health network says are uniquely positioned to serve some of the state's most at risk populations including hispanic latino and black communities. They're also more likely to have multiple chronic conditions as a result of living conditions adequate diet and other stressors and so all centers are really key to reaching deep into our state to ensure that those folks aren't left out of vaccination efforts anderson says she's hopeful that c. h. sees will be eligible tap funding from the latest relief. Package passed by congress. I'm eric gladys finally are eric. Take it off tells us with a new slate. Legislators and a new governor in conservation groups want to ensure protecting public lands is a top priority. The montana conservation voters has launched the montana push-back campaign to keep people informed whenever environmental issues are on the docket in the capital executive director. Whitney tani says the pandemic is changing the way montana and engage on issues adding that conservation isn't a controversial issue in the treasure state. All neither areas across the political spectrum pledged to support and defend montana's outdoors. Which means you're going to make sure that they went up to their promises because of covid. Nineteen people are able to participate in session remotely via video the legislative session through april. The montana pushback campaign will be sharing updates honest website. This is mike clifford. Four public news servicemember listener supported around some of the nation's most interesting radio stations and always online at public new service dot. Org it is with your latest weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Mostly sunny skies during the morning hours becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. Southwest winds between ten and fifteen miles per hour high around fifty tonight mostly cloudy skies in the evening hours clearing overnight. Low in the low to mid thirties. There are partly sunny skies during the morning hours for thursday. They to becoming mostly cloudy in the afternoon. There's a thirty percent chance of south west wind starting off at ten to fifteen miles per hour with gusts as high as twenty five miles per hour in the afternoon high in the mid to upper.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Crops and if they don't understand it and if they don't understand their role responsibility and helping to shape and cultivate our physical and built environment than they missed the whole idea of community and community centers and people centered work. I'm nadia ramlan. Finally are address tells us after use of weakening environmental regulations. A new report. Says there's hope restoring chesapeake bay but pennsylvania needs to meet its clean water commitments to twenty twenty state of the bay report shows. Four of thirteen key indicators bay health declined but most water quality measures showed some improvement of these six watersheds states pennsylvania is still the largest source of sediment and nutrient pollution flowing to the bay but according to shannon gordy pennsylvania executive director of the chesapeake bay foundation the federal epa approved estate plan. That is underfunded by three hundred twenty four million dollars a year and falls far short. Pollution reduction goals. We want to see them. Step up helping identify funding. Making sure that it's a priority for the states. She says the federal government could help by including money for agricultural and environmental infrastructure. in covid. relief plans. This is mike clifford for public. Do service member. A listener supported radio stations across the nation and online at public new servants dot. Org here's a look at weather from the heartland news feed weather center today. Dense fog in some areas within the region until ten them transitioning to mostly cloudy skies for the rest of the day high near forty tonight. Mostly cloudy skies some dense fog in select areas low near thirty expect. Cloudy skies fueled thursday with some windy conditions as high as ten to fifteen miles put. Kyle rounding mid-thirties. That's the latest from your weather center. You can find out more on the weather on our website at the newsfeed dot com. Its own now. Go get some dude you know. And everybody's like ed. Ed ed had you know it's you know it's we're at awkward time. I remember claire wolfe. Had a book called one hundred one things to do till the revolution and was like you know. Write your congressman. Don't write your congressman and we made it in there. We had golf gunners liberation. Front that mike. Duggar did libertarian friend. That had you know. The cell struck read the front nine in the back nine and you know and it was golf. Tees and his bandelier bullets head golf tees in it and we're having fun with it. Well he was miguel car. Terra mike. The mailman i mean he was a male deliver and then we had I did save second. Amendment is for everyone. We ran out of the same officer just having fun. Well are you a safe gunner or you unsafe legislator and that is going to we always we have the the domain special edition for it. We keep all the gun Issues are you still keeping Safe up the up to speed. Donna you can keep them safe site up to speed. So he's got that you know you go to safe gun. Owners dot org. I think and a second amendment is for everyone dot com dot org got a bunch of them but you go there and what do you see all of the gun control legislation of here. They come and just like we do vaccines. Vaccinations have that up on the love. Bus liberty tour. Were you making signs and stuff going on there and you know the vaccine education summit. We got stuff for that you know. We have the capability on frames. Phoenix have all these different pages. Domains go to so that we can put all this information for win. It happens when something go there. Do you want to know the back story. You want to get all the documents you when to look at all the studies we'll charge. You wanna look at all the people involved organization there it is you know so. It's really a tool. Not just for me but free for you and i on the resistance we are always. You know love and compassion. Just love him to death. You know he's got it you know it's all about the love you not violent but sometimes defensive violence is because you love someone you love your freedom you love your family. You love your children. L. some people love their country. You know i'm like i'm fight for country like say america make america great again. What the hell is that mean for. Forgotten country what does that mean. Well the whole point that. I'm trying to emphasize is that. There's a purpose promise of this country. It was the declaration said. Look we're just having this government thing for one thing is the defense of individual rights. I mean why else would you want it. I don't need another crown. Tell me what to do. I you know we just got from that. Well we do. We don't want to do that. We wanna you know be left alone. Leave me alone ism. Well we're going to do. Didn't they came in with this national structure. Bring all these states under one control a decade later. And said yeah. We can't really tax everybody for like supporting long-term wars and i go good. Then maybe we'll have them. They can't take over a people that you know done surrender. You know that was one thing you got to keep in mind. During the american revolution the british you'll sail into some city in sack he'd taken it's ours now. They take over philadelphia new york boston nagoya. And it's ours okay. Well we're out here and we're not giving up if nobody's in charge who surrenders they. That's why afghanistan is such a thing. We gotta have a collective national soccer team afghanistan or something so we can get somebody to surrender and all these villagers going. I don't know what you know. A buddha over nick valley said but i don't give a crap. I've surrendered and i got a rifle and a stinger. Missile leftover from back win. So what are you gonna do about it. So this is you know the mindset that i think we need to have. It is the rule outside of the city and outside of the city. Just because you live in the city doesn't mean you're you know part of the collective and there's so many layers of somebody's going to tell you what to do to the point that they're going to make you take a shot that will change your dna. I am i. I i know i got a vote something here. I vote with this this year. Caliber i am. I don't i don't know what else to do. I didn't when we went on the bus tour. Started from maine and you gotta go through new york new jersey and massachusetts and everything draconian gun laws. You get caught with anything of anything all we had just to have something at pump. Twelve gauge shotgun biden. Said i could have one. You know so. I'm going travelling. I i i get to have something right. I something something can have something. And then of course i get back here and then you know you get all resupplied and eber gone up so i feel more comfortable coming down arizona. I mean yeah. I got my. I'm good you know. I feel more.

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"mike clifford" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Learn from stories of climate change. I think it's really important to understand. How these impacts already playing out in in some of these communities because if it's not your community or if you're not aware of it there's a pretty good chance that you're going to be aware of it or see some of these impacts moving forward wagner's work along with other stories about climate change in the region made up a six part series called beyond the beach published this year by the raleigh news and observer. I'm nadia ramlogan. Meantime health group say florida's recommendations on covid vaccine priority should include people in prison as well as staff members. Governor ron. Disentis broke away from cdc recommendations when he ordered that people sixty five and older be next in line for co vaccinations. Instead of those seventy five and older he said has focused on seniors. Where the risk is greatest. Still university of north carolina researcher loren rubinstein with the kobe. Prison project says infection rates in prisons are four times higher and the death rate is three times higher than the general population prisons in florida and also in Many states across the country have been the epicenter of the covid nineteen pandemic And we've seen little ability for prison. Systems to mitigate large scale outbreaks travel gums. Finally our edwards. Here's tells us student. Community groups will rally outside president. Elect joe biden's philadelphia headquarters on monday to demand that he cancelled all federal student debt on his first day. In office organizers of the rally say philadelphia was instrumental in securing biden's victory at the polls now after months of unemployment brought on by the pandemic many have to choose between paying their debts or keeping a roof over their heads and food on the table. Lauren horner with the p a debt collective says canceling student debt would relieve some of the burden on people who have gone months without paychecks residents have much higher debt moves when average of over thirty seven thousand than many graduate than other major cities especially are black and brown borrowers biden back legislation. That would cancel the first ten thousand dollars of federal student loan debt. This is mike clifford. Four public news service servicemember listener supported radio stations across the.

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