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"minnesota city council" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Less mean spiritedness as well. Obviously I'm an immigration lawyer, So I'm always concerned about how you administration will affect my clients, both companies and individuals. Right? I think it My first reaction is just you know that there will be Decency respect for for the rule of law. Honor back in the White House. That was Houston immigration lawyer Jacob Monty. He's a conservative who switched parties to support President elect Biden. Today We're sharing highlights from our Across America reporting project. After such a turbulent year. We wanted to check back in with some of the people we've met. I want to end with 24 year old Nadia Mohammed. Last November, Nadia made history as the first Somali woman elected to the City Council and ST Louis Park, Minnesota. She took office in January. 2020 I literally I was comfortable for two minutes before covered, came out and joined the murder of the exploit happened and 2020 has just been very unforgiving. And so I think it really talented me right? So, like, usually when a new council member comes in, it's really pretty much mean on they're sophomores or, you know, tears. You know, people have been there the longest step, but it's kind of awkward when we see the consul don't even know What is going on will be. It's just Lewis thrown to, um to against the battle. Whatever without like, we were literally like figuring out things as they go along, and so like that possibility that that being able to drop something at the drop of a hat and disgusting that seems like that there's like no norms like there's new norms. Um, I guess there's nothing that was normal, you know, And so that's kind of like We were very relies on each other on our perspectives and what he had the brains to the conversation. It was very, very counted. That is their days were just pulled my hair and I'm like, Oh, my gosh. Like because, like you would have people like Livelihood, but he would be deciding people's livelihood. You know everything. We've seen a lot more important when you're deciding on taxes on housing on everything and you have to keep looking. Keep bringing up like this cold. Should we be doing well, who's being benefited and so like at the risk of answering that long? And so it was one hell of a year. I'm glad I'm glad I was there at the table speaking. I'm glad I was there, um, to be a deciding factor. What goes on in my community at a time like this. That was ST Louis Park, Minnesota City Council member Nadia Mohammed. She was the first Somali woman elected to that office. These interviews were produced by our across America producers Amanda Williams and James Morrison. And a big thanks to all of our across America partner stations. Kunc and northern Colorado. Houston Public Media W B. H M and Birmingham, Minnesota Public Radio K M U W in Wichita and Michigan Radio. Here all our across America coverage go to the 18 dot org's slash across America. Across America is funded in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting..

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KPCC

"You know, decency, the rule of law. Less drama. Less mean spiritedness as well. Obviously I'm an immigration lawyer, So I'm always concerned about how the new administration will affect my clients, both companies and individuals. But I think it My first reaction is just you know that there will be Decency, respect for the rule of law. Honor back in the White House. That was Houston immigration lawyer Jacob Monty. He's a conservative who switched parties to support President elect Biden. Today we're sharing highlights from our across America reporting project After such a turbulent year. We wanted to check back in with some of the people we've met. I want to end with 24 year old Nadia Mohammed. Last November, Nadia made history as the first Somali woman elected to the City Council and ST Louis Park, Minnesota. She took office in January. 2020 I literally I was comfortable for two minutes before Coleman came out and joined the murder of those deployed happened and 2020 has just been very unforgiving. And so I think it really talented me, right? So, like, usually when a new council member comes in really pregnant mean on, they're sophomores, or, you know, tears. You know, people have been dead long guys step, but it's kind of awkward when we have the consul Don't even know What is going on will be. It's just blue with browns to, um, to get the battle whatever with out like we were literally like figuring out things as they go along, and so like that flexibility that that being able to drop something at the drop of a hat and disgusting that seems like that there's like no alarms like there's new norms. Um, I guess there's nothing that was normal, you know, And so that's kind of like We were very relied on each other on our perspectives and what we have to bring it to the conversation. It was very, very counted. That is their days were just pulled my hair and I'm like, Oh, my gosh. Like because, like you would have people's like livelihood, But he would be describing people line because you know everything. You seem a lot more important when you're designing on taxes on how big on everything Okay, and you have to keep looking. Keep bringing up like was cool. We should really very well He's being benefited and so like at the risk of answering that long And so it was one hell of a year. I'm glad I'm glad I was there at the table speaking. I'm glad I was there. Um, toe be the deciding Factor IX what goes on in my community. At a time like this that was ST Louis Park, Minnesota City Council member Nadia Mohammed. She was the first Somali woman elected to that office. These interviews were produced by our across America producers Amanda Williams and James Morrison and a big thanks to all of our across America partner stations, Kunc and Northern Colorado. Houston.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It's Mandy Connell on K O A NEWS RADIO The Voice of Colorado. Welcome. Welcome. Welcome back to the show. Third hour, by the way. Steve Moore's Handle on Twitter is at Stephen Moore and that Steven, It's really Steph Moore. It's Stephen with a pH instead of a B. And Stephen Moore, and by the way, just watch the people that at him. Of your Twitter person. You know what I'm saying is some of the commentary is hilarious. I mean, you guys It's it's. It's so funny when people who don't even have a rudimentary understanding of economics, try to pretend like they D'oh. And it's just It's It's magic. It's magic. I got a couple stories on the block today that I want to bring your intention. We won't have the chops to kick around anymore, Dave. Nope. Chop is no more the Capital Hill. Tuck. Wait. What would a chop stand for? First was Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone when they were Chazz? What chops Sandra here, remember, It was so impactful than I can't even I don't even remember. What it stood for, but it is no more. Because the mayor of Seattle sent the cops in to clean the whole joint out Now I knew that this was going to happen this way because last weekend protesters showed up outside her health. Oh, yeah. Just goes to show Dave You can stand there and say all the nice things you want, but they're coming for you just the same. What? What does that stand for? Angie? Capitol Hill. Organized protest. Ah, yeah. Okay. Smart. Yeah. It is no more chop has been shopped. It's over. Unlike our homeless encampment outside Capitol Hill, By the way, Dave, did you make it downtown this weekend? No, I didn't. You know what? I have a point with downtown's healthcare next week, and I'm going to go early enough to where I can swoop around Capitol Hill, My friend Amy sent me a picture. Good. We'll get calls yesterday from a gentleman who was there and said it was her horrible. It is third world country like downtown Denver right now. So you know, I think that's one of the reasons that the mayor is adopting this sanctioned homeless camp thing. They just want to move him out of the way and then try to figure out what to do with him. You know, which is just sad. So if you're thinking of taking a vacation and going out and seeing the chop Ah, sorry, you Mr Window. My favorite was the interview that I saw with guys like you know what The chopper is not just not just the location. It's a movement. We started a movement and we're going to change everything. And I'm like, I'm sorry. Did you miss occupy Wall Street because that went nowhere fast. Anyway. Yeah. I don't need to be smug. But when your entire platform is ripping apart every norm, you could get your hands on your going nowhere for these air anarchists, you know, pure and simple. That's all they are. I just want to say this and I don't care if I make young people mad If you're running around using abolish the police hashtag, I just can't with you because you're too dumb for me to even have a conversation with I understand wanting police reform. I absolutely am 100% behind any programme that can help law enforcement agencies working away that can establish trust. With with minority communities. I am all about that 100%. Abolishing the police is a stupid, nonsensical statement. Let's face it, Mandy, the vast vast majority of Americans think this is nuts. Yes. And it The reason that all this comes to the surface is one reason and one reason only. That's what the media covers. If there were three nutcases doing something crazy, it'll be on national news and we get the impression this is all over the country, but it's not. Media needs to take some responsibility and put things in context. The problem that I have with that statement, Dave is that I have friends on Facebook who are young people who live here who went to se the award of protest this weekend, and they're hash tagging, abolish the police. It's an infantile way to look at life. I'm sorry. It's it's It's so juvenile and child like that. It's It's almost embarrassing truthfully, because, but the media embraces it. And Dave, I don't know you probably didn't see this. I've still been following the Minnesota City Council because I'm very fascinated to see what they do. So they voted to defund the police and then They hired private security for the council. Think about that for a Spanish. Of course, they're going to abolish the police. But they're going to make sure they're going to use taxpayer dollars to make sure they are protected. Just not you. You don't mean hypocrisy is present in this. I'm just going out there for you, Dave. You can call it whatever you want. I'm just telling it like I see it. That's all. And it's sad because I still think a lot of good can come out of this movement. But it's getting angrier and nastier as people are acquiescing more as more people are saying, yes, I want to learn more. I want to be a better human being and make sure that other people are treated equally. It's like the angrier and nastier people are getting. I had a story. I didn't put it on the block today because I just found it very upsetting. There was a group of white Catholic people praying around a statue. They? They were praying for calm in their city. They had kind of use. That is they're marking point. We're going to be the statue. They were praying for the protesters. They were praying they were doing what people who pray do they were praying. And a bunch of black lives matter. People came up and attacked them physically attacked him. And I thought to myself Are you tryingto win me over. Because that's not going to do it..

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:03 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Surveil trump officials in Rosen's dean said he had the information he would never have given approval for the FISA warrant thus throwing McCabe under the bus McCabe is fighting back are we having fun yet while defending the rioters I've noticed the media is ignoring slain black police officer going to talk about that speaking of which does diversity on the police force really matter when it comes to the public perception of whether not the police are going to be fair does it really matter Candace Owens says George Floyd did not deserve to die but he's no black martyr and she posted a monologue on Facebook last time I looked at had over four million viewers what's going to look at what Martin Luther king said in nineteen fifty seven about the progress he felt had been made in the previous ten years from fifty seven to sixty seven and the reason for that is because in those days we're talking about legitimate issues of deprivation of civil rights legitimate issues of police brutality legitimate issues of an out of control FBI that was engaging and wire tapping him okay by the way authorized by Bobby Kennedy that lion of civil rights yeah he authorized the wiretap of him okay during that period of time blacks were not allowed to vote or if they were allowed to vote they had to jump through all sorts of hoops pay poll taxes grandfather clauses given literacy text test that others aren't weren't given obviously the operation of basic human rights I couldn't shop where you want to shop couldn't go into a theater and say we want to sit couldn't turn the bus we wanted to couldn't get hired about how qualified you work could buy house about how much money you had so forth and so forth that's why there was a civil rights movement that's where people fought some died some were put in jail some were brutalized some were doused with water hoses some had dogs act on them in the sixties or the freedom riders again on buses integrated groups of people got on buses in order to challenge the Jim crow laws of the states at great risk to their own lives now some of this we talked about last week week before last but I spent a lot of time watching the young people on the streets many of them were young demanding equal justice demanding rights chanting he can't breathe you can't read referring to what onlookers said about George Floyd as he slowly died as the officer had his knee on his neck what I'm also hearing our people I presume in good faith saying this kind of thing keeps on happening or there's an epidemic of this war their systemic problems for and very very rarely if ever did the so called journalists push back and say what is your hard evidence for this this is a helluva accusation or making many of these police departments have majority people of color that is the case with the LAPD that's the case with the NYPD in the case of the LAPD from nineteen ninety to two thousand two they were back to back black police chief in fact there was a police chief during the OJ Simpson case Willie Williams and because of all the accusations that the police were mishandling evidence were otherwise trying to conspire to frame innocent man he did a departmental review to find out if anybody has done anything said anything planted in you haven't done anything was filed in the evidence inappropriate kept any evidence and so forth could find nothing in a report I made it public the city LAPD did absolutely nothing wrong with the connection with the OJ Simpson case absolutely nothing no body cared those blacks without OJ Simpson was innocent and that was like eighty percent at one time still thought that before the report after report it didn't matter and in the case of Los Angeles Los Angeles is not any majority minority group but it's roughly forty percent Hispanic but thirty percent white hello nine percent black the rest Asian South Pacific the police department quote looks like Los Angeles nearly half of the NYPD officers are Hispanic about thirty percent of white but nine percent are black the restaurant Asian Pacific Islander it can't be more diverse and steal cars were set on fire as a result of what happened to George Floyd instill their protests in the street and still the mayor is now taking a hundred million to two hundred and fifty million out of the police budget and combining that with another hundred million in putting it together for programs for the black community especially mental health programs for young black men because they have to deal with the stigma of being feared by people who don't even know you I suggest the money be redirected for mental health program for white people feel so guilty about slavery and Jim crow they lost our minds do you really think it's helpful to spend less money on law enforcement this is absolutely nuts and the Minnesota city council has voted to defund the police department Gillon Omar is a member of Congress in their district I'm.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"So much for joining us Colin Powell says he's going to vote for Joe Biden and he tore into president Donald Trump S. former vice president Dick Cheney once said I thought general Powell left the Republican Party sometime ago so why we care how Democrats intend to support Democrats is beyond me but that made some news senator Lindsey Graham says he's going to compel Andrew McCabe to testify is sure as the sun rises and sets I will you might recall that Rosen stain through the cave under the bus and said McCabe with held a lot of information from him when they sought those warrants to surveil trump officials and Rosenstein said heavy heavy information he would never have given approval for the FISA warrant thus throwing McCabe under the bus McCabe is fighting back are we having fun yet while defending the rioters I've noticed the media is ignoring slain black police officer going to talk about that speaking of which does diversity on the police force really matter when it comes to the public perception of whether not the police are going to be fair does it really matter Candace Owens says George Floyd did not deserve to die but he's no black martyr and she posted a monologue on Facebook last time I looked at had over four million viewers we're also going to look at what Martin Luther king said in nineteen fifty seven about the progress he felt had been made in the previous ten years from fifty seven to sixty seven and the reason for that is because in those days we're talking about legitimate issues of the provision of civil rights legitimate issues of police brutality legitimate issues of an out of control FBI that was engaging in wire tapping him okay by the way authorized by Bobby Kennedy that line of civil rights yeah he authorized the wiretap of him okay during that period of time blacks were not allowed to vote or if they were allowed to vote they had to jump through all sorts of hoops pay poll taxes grandfather clauses given literacy text test that others aren't weren't given obviously the operation of basic human rights couldn't shop where you want to shop couldn't go into a theater and say we want to see it couldn't turn the bus we wanted to couldn't get hired about how qualified you work could buy house about how much money you have and so forth and so forth that's why there was a civil rights movement that's why people fought some died some were put in jail some were brutalized some were doused with water hoses and had dogs act on them in the sixties there were the freedom riders account buses integrated groups of people got on buses in order to challenge the Jim crow laws of the states at great risk to their own lives now some of this we talked about last week week before last but I spent a lot of time watching the young people on the streets many of them were young demanding equal justice demanding rights chanting he can't breathe you can't read referring to what onlookers said about George Floyd as he slowly died as the officer had his knee on his neck what I'm also hearing our people I presume in good faith saying this kind of thing keeps on happening or there's an epidemic of this war their systemic problems for and very very rarely if ever did the so called journalists push back and say what is your hard evidence for this this is a helluva accusation or making many of these police departments have majority people of color that is the case with the LAPD that's the case with the NYPD in the case of the LAPD from nineteen ninety to two thousand two they were back to back black police chief in fact there was a police chief during the OJ Simpson case Willie Williams and because of all the accusations that the police were mishandling evidence were otherwise trying to conspire to frame innocent man he did a departmental review to find out if anybody has done anything said anything planted it haven't done anything was filed in the evidence inappropriate kept any evidence and so forth could find nothing in a report and made it public the city LAPD did absolutely nothing wrong with the connection with the OJ Simpson case absolutely nothing no body care those blacks without OJ Simpson was innocent and that was like eighty percent at one time still thought that before the report after report it didn't matter and in the case of Los Angeles lost is that there's not any majority minority group but it's roughly forty percent Hispanic but thirty percent white hello nine percent black the rest Asian South Pacific the police department quote looks like Los Angeles nearly half of the NYPD officers are Hispanic about thirty percent of white but nine percent are black the restaurant Asian Pacific Islander it can't be more diverse and steal cars were set on fire as a result of what happened to George Floyd and steal their protests in the street and still the mayor is now taking a hundred million to two hundred and fifty million out of the police budget and combining that with another hundred million in putting it together for programs for the black community especially mental health programs for young black men because they have to deal with the stigma of being feared by people who don't even know you I suggest the money be redirected for mental health program for white people feel so guilty about slavery and Jim crow they lost our minds do you really think it's helpful to spend less money on law enforcement this is absolutely nuts and the Minnesota city council has voted to defund the police department Ilan Omar is a member of Congress in their district I'm saying not only do we need but we need the Minneapolis police department.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Deputies responded to a nine one one call this is the same place for their training defined the police route one thirty the afternoon after colors dispatches van had guns and bomb making devices inside when deputies arrived they saw the van ride off so the deputies followed as the band went down the driveway that grows home the deputies were ambushed by gunfire and explosive after getting out of the vehicle that's why I was shot was hit by gunfire and later died at the hospital noted that he was wounded by gunfire shrapnel struck by vehicle as the suspect fled Carrillo try to car to car Jack a vehicle one was wounded while being arrested same town where they have a chance and online growth for quote D. find the police yeah there you go Minnesota city council members announce a veto proof majority in the Minneapolis police department they just put out a statement decades of police reform efforts have proved that the Minneapolis police department cannot be reformed it will never be accountable for its actions we are here today to begin the process of ending the Minneapolis police department creating a new transformative model for cultivating safety in Minneapolis three we recognize that we do we don't have all the answers about what a police free future looks bright but our committee does we're committing to engaging with every well and committee member in the city of Minneapolis over the next year to identify what.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Of the in custody death of George Florida Minneapolis Minnesota city council resolved to make some major changes in the area of public safety several Minneapolis city council members have now banded together saying they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and create a more community oriented system the president of the Minneapolis city council tweeted quote yes we are going to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a transformative new model a public safety boxes Matt Finn the council also voted to ban the police from using choke holds on criminal suspects seventy five years after V. E. day president trump is ordering the Pentagon to cut the number of US troops stationed in Germany over thirty four thousand are currently assigned there that number would be reduced by more than nine thousand America is listening to fox news now W. O. A. I'd local news San Antonio police department is investigating one of its officers who like to controversy meme on Facebook the meme shows a truck with the caption reading quote just got back from downtown didn't see any protesters on quote insinuating the truck ran over protesters the unnamed officer is being investigated by SAPD internal affairs some shocking economic news today when it comes to unemployment numbers it was expected that the number would dip lower thanks to the corona virus but there was a surprise two and a half million jobs gained Vance again with the Texas public policy foundation says the numbers prove that if you reopen the economy you don't need another stimulus to the people go back to work the less taxpayer money is going to be needed to read only to face for because there's just more opportunity for people to force in the private sector a storm that's brewing in the Gulf of Mexico is headed for Louisiana this weekend but parts of Texas will get soaked as well governor Greg Abbott says they're tracking the storm as it moves north there is the possibility of that as it goes across the hot waters of the Gulf coast did it could turn into a hurricane Texas state is looking into racism allegations against men's basketball head coach Danny Casper athletic director Dr Larry teis is the allegations made by former point guard Jaylen she'd are deeply troubling being taken seriously she made the allegations on Twitter last night saying Castries racially insensitive remarks and threatened to deport a player he kept messing up she's comments were backed up by former teammate Alex peacock three Austin city council members are calling for the resignation of the police chief due to protest injuries councilmembers great concern Jimmy Flannigan along with Delia Garza told chief Brian Manley he needed to step down to help the city heal two people suffered head injuries this past week after being struck in the head by bean bag rounds I'm Erik like him W..

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"The queue in the aftermath of the in custody death of George Florida Minneapolis Minnesota city council resolved to make some major changes in the area of public safety several Minneapolis city council members have now banded together saying they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and create a more community oriented system the president of the Minneapolis city council tweeted quote yes we are going to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a transformative new model of public safety vox's Matt Finn the council also voted to ban the police from using choke holds on criminal suspects seventy five years after V. E. day president trump is ordering the Pentagon to cut the number of U. S. troops stationed in Germany over thirty four thousand are currently assigned there that number would be reduced by more than nine thousand Americans is listening to fox news welcome back to the regular one show if you're just joining us we're talking about my news special report the long term financial impact of code nineteen and what it means for you you can read my special report for free right now just call triple eight plane wreck or downloaded at rice dolman dot com in this segment I want to talk to you about the impact that code nineteen is having on the economy when we closed all those nonessential businesses and.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"News on here in the queue in the aftermath of the in custody death of George Florida Minneapolis Minnesota city council resolved to make some major changes in the area of public safety several Minneapolis city council members have now banded together saying they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and create a more community oriented system the president of the Minneapolis city council tweeted quote yes we are going to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a transformative new model a public safety boxes Matt Finn the council also voted to ban the police from using choke holds on criminal suspects seventy five years after V. E. day president trump is ordering the Pentagon to cut the number of US troops stationed in Germany over thirty four thousand are currently assigned there that number would be reduced by more than nine thousand America is listening to fox news W. O. A. I'd local news some shocking economic news today when it comes to unemployment numbers it was expected that the number would dip lower thanks to the corona virus but there was a surprise two and a half million jobs gained vans again with the Texas public policy foundation says this good economic news is thanks to states like Texas which took a proactive approach to re opening the economy to be interesting later this month when we get a break down of where the jobs are treated my guess is it's mainly going to be in the state of open what you're primarily red the red states three Austin city council members are calling for the resignation of the police chief due to protest injuries councilmembers great concern Jimmy Flannigan along with Delia Garza told chief Brian Manley he needed to step down to help the city heal two people suffered head injuries this past week after being struck in the head by bean bag rounds mainly promise to change department policy when Israel's would be used I'm Erik like come.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Twenty twenty twenty twenty twenty election we need a moderate candidates beat out front we've got to be very smart about running this election it is with election I will never to vote for him in twenty twenty to twenty twenty presidential election year news on terror in the queue in the aftermath of the in custody death of George Florida Minneapolis Minnesota city council resolved to make some major changes in the area of public safety several Minneapolis city council members have now banded together saying they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and create a more community oriented system the president of the Minneapolis city council tweeted quote yes we are going to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a transformative new model a public safety boxes Matt Finn the council also voted to ban the police from using choke holds on criminal suspects seventy five years after V. E. day president trump is ordering the Pentagon to cut the number of U. S. troops stationed in Germany over thirty four thousand are currently assigned there that number would be reduced by more than nine thousand Americans she's listening to fox news every time it rains and rain pennies from heaven don't you know news from Hades from heaven and we are back this is money matters with Kendall Wright then of course I am your host Ken Marantz thank you aspen and you know a a listener of the show emailed me and said who sings that song that we just heard and that's actually Frank Sinatra Ole blue eyes in case you didn't recognize that voice in my opinion the greatest singer who has ever walked the earth it he has a tonality to his voice that is just just makes you feel good anyway we are back this is money matters I am your host can race and this is the show we talk about everything and anything in the world of retirement planning and we are I am senior retirement planner and founder of retirement planners of America and we are a firm that specializes in retirement planning so we work primarily with people who are over fifty who are retired retiring soon so that's you would love to meet to see if we can help you this show is designed for you our website we try to put everything on there.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Use on terror in the queue in the aftermath of the in custody death of George Florida Minneapolis Minnesota city council resolved to make some major changes in the area of public safety several Minneapolis city council members have now banded together saying they will work to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and create a more community oriented system the president of the Minneapolis city council tweeted quote yes we are going to dismantle the Minneapolis police department and replace it with a transformative new model a public safety boxes Matt Finn the council also voted to ban the police from using choke holds on criminal suspects seventy five years after V. E. day president trump is ordering the Pentagon to cut the number of US troops stationed in Germany over thirty four thousand are currently assigned there that number would be reduced by more than nine thousand America is listening to fox news W. O. A. I'd local news San Antonio police department is investigating one of its officers who like to controversy meme on Facebook the meme shows a truck with the caption reading quote just got back from downtown didn't see any protesters on quote insinuating the truck ran over protesters the unnamed officer is being investigated by SAPD internal affairs some shocking economic news today when it comes to unemployment numbers it was expected that the number would dip lower thanks to the corona virus but there was a surprise two and a half million jobs gained Vance again with the Texas public policy foundation says the numbers prove that if you reopen the economy you don't need another stimulus to the people go back to work the less taxpayer money is going to be needed to read only to face for because there's just more opportunity for people to force.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

06:10 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on PRI's The World

"World Service W. Gbh appear I n. p. R. X.. I think Islam hates us. That's what president trump said when he was running for office since then he's been accused of stoking taking anti Islam sentiment. Many aren't buying into trump's rhetoric. In fact Muslim American candidates across the country are celebrating wins at the polls this week for city councils school boards and state senates a few in traditionally Republican areas but the candidates often pay a price. The world's Rupa Shenoy has more local can and beat national. That's via Khalid learned this week. You know you don't win elections on on the Internet. You win them at the doors. twenty-three-year-old Khalid quit facebook at one point during the campaign for a seat on the city council of Lewiston Maine because she was getting so many hate-filled messages someone even posted her home address address. I even saw one. That said I will shoot you. One that said you should be stoned. It was overwhelming for her. Even Khalid's used to challenges. She came to Lewiston with her family when she was seven along with thousands of other refugees from Somalia and they helped revive the dyeing mill town lewiston became a diverse spot in an overwhelmingly whelming Lee white state. It's experienced some tension and racism but called says she grew up feeling welcomed. I am an example. That Lewis is such a progressive city because she says the people who attacked her online are not the voters she met. During months of door knocking the negative have comments in the trolls. Were not from Louis than some may be from Maine but the majority were across the country from Mississippi to to Alabama she won with seventy percent of the vote and will be the youngest member of Lewiston City Council and its first Somali. American as crazy honest should not be this hard trying to serve the city. You love the council. On American Islamic Relations says across the country thirty four Muslim candidates won on local elections out of more than eighty who ran. It's part of a trend that began with last year's election with more diverse candidates choosing to run for office. This weakest Molly American woman one seat on the Saint Louis Park Minnesota City Council in Virginia and Indian American College Administrator who came to the. US As a child was was elected to the state Senate from district. That's been Republican for decades. It was sort of a test to see the ways in which the community might respond to a candidate such as myself Gazelle Hashmi says her bid for office was in part a response to the rise in hate crimes across the country. I knew that we have to speak up and start representing ourselves. We have to become visible. She says she had her fair. Share of trolls and hateful messages but the hush money ended up helping turn. Her whole state blew giving Democrats a majority in the state legislature. Even though hush me says the demographics of her district haven't changed changed in the past few years. It's still majority white minority African American so that has not changed. But I believe perceptions have changed in other words the the constituents got to know her which might sound overly simple. But it's what abroad amish experienced to. She's the daughter of Libyan immigrants. Who I WANNA see on the Fairfax Virginia School Board and some people honestly couldn't get past the hijab? You had people who would ask where you from. Several people would come up well. Are you in Islamic. OMIC person like it's been weird to have humanizing myself to be a part of our strategy conversation as a campaign team. I mean I've been trying to focus on policy. I'm trying to focus on voter voter outreach. And we have to actually have conversations about well how do we make more relatable humid to these people. Because there are so many misconceptions that will come before that but those are the conversations. Muslim Americans have to have says Salaam Al-Marayati who's president of the Muslim Public Affairs Council. I think this is is a moment for American Muslims to declare their independence from whatever's happening in the Middle East that we do not look to the Middle East as reference transfer Islam that we see within ourselves with a slam means and therefore creating that independent American Muslim identity. Where at that cusp us of defining who we are for our fellow Americans but Imam Omar Souleyman says this is just the beginning of the challenges? These Muslim American elected did officials will face Solan was trolled an attack after delivering a Muslim prayer in front of the Texas state legislature. They're going to want to be judged by the the weight of their platform by the virtue of their work and not by the perceptions of identity. And I think it's frustrating when they feel like they constantly awesome have to operate as either somebody feel good story or somebody's villain at least now future candidates know that it's possible to endure the hate and get a local community not to ignore those who want to weigh in from across the country says Sophia Khalid of the Lewiston Maine City Council message for them is to continue to You know knocking your doors in to not pay attention because you don't have time to worry about what someone across the country saying about you. Who is a distraction? Is All about distraction and inciting fear in you know and if he give into it. Khalid says you're letting them win before the votes are even accounted for the world I'm Rupa Shenoy. Protests in Chile began early last month after a price hike in bus and subway fares went into effect but those protests protests have grown into something a lot. Bigger today Chile's president. Sebastian Pinera announced new security measures and penalties for vandalism. At least twenty people have been killed in violence over the past two weeks United Nations. Investigators along with Amnesty International are looking into hundreds of allegations of abuse by security forces. The protests are expected to continue in the south of Chile in the city of Toco. Another striking scene was playing out. The.

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

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07:26 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Beltre nine eleven was only six seventeen time Jeffries and don prior warning to you all I get the video of Gregorio Kosor he's on the tide of don show Facebook fan that really really got to me what what got to I I just he really enraged me while he really did that he just really showed his true colors right there we knew him but he really put him all pulled out so I think there are some people may I may just not be tuning in well that what he it bit made very very clear there's a bottom line our city council has no intentions of making this homeless issue any better at all they will talk about what we need they they will talk and talk and talk but they have no intention of changing this all they have intention of doing is making it worse and that's become very clear and he just confirm that he just he just absolutely put his stamp on that he argued for the rights for the homeless people to pee and take a dump in public yeah he did he he he he's he's saying that should be allowed he was so passive aggressive there so defensive and absolutely to ME it was very clear he does not care about your concerns about what's going on not a bit wow not a bit it is six eighteen here all the time to don show while let's give him the business how about this with a look at your money here's business reporter Mike Connor have to climb back some of their losses in the previous session stocks are now on track to end the week with a gain investors will as something other than the lingering U. S. China trade war to think about today the economic calendar will bring new reports on weekly jobless claims which are expected to rise by about six thousand also a second reading on second quarter real GDP which is expected to post a slight decline and the latest reading on pending home sales for July it's expected date lost ground after two months of games Best Buy dollar general and dell or among companies relation their quarterly results today and the Star Wars theme park opens today at Disney's Hollywood studios in Florida the fourteen acre galaxies edge is Disney's largest ever single theme land expansion if you it sure is a longer stride ever at a Disney park and includes the first Disneyland restaurant to serve alcohol that sounds fun right there taking the kids to Disney land and you know Drake in some some baby eight absolutely while you're walking around in on a roller coaster now losing your cooking there you go listen also the world of business on the first of a kind report on mandatory paid sick leave policies it shows there could be some serious negative consequences for business owners we kind of knew this and kind of predictive this it might yeah the report from Trinity university economics department says forced paid sick leave it actually harms the employer employee relationship the employers products and services and local economy it just doesn't work out always get fired they get a reduction in our yeah it doesn't benefit the employee in the long run it puts a you know some put some hoops and hurdles in the way the business on we're already doing this Dallas Austin and San Antonio all want mandatory mandated paid sick leave what his his soul pet resentment from the business owner yeah that's what held as far as what the the employee is now potentially costing him yeah the fact that he has to her employee might not be good for business now while also well in regards to your money your finances in the world business central health board managers they have now approved a new tax rate for the next fiscal year this is the other taxing dist one of the many taxing entities that you face every day central health that is the hospital district right it helps basically your tax dollars help foot the bill for indigent of folks out there that just can't afford you know healthcare and the central health says the six point nine percent rate increase will bring in nearly an additional two hundred and fifty million dollars in property tax revenue each year and we used to pay for indigent and low health a low income health care Travis county in fact it actually pays for folks from other counties to just get here and then we the people of Travis county will foot the bill the increase will be a little more than twenty three dollars annually on your bill yeah that's right and you might think that's sad big deal we can plug that just got out of the other stuff to it you might feel it yeah one Austin city council members getting a lot of angry emails about the homeless issue Jason baskets he's getting tons of emails tons of phone calls from folks who are concerned about the ongoing homeless crisis but they're also concerned about the five G. wireless service in the city the problem is Jason baskets he is on the Austin Minnesota city council he wishes he could help but he he just he just it's just it's me it's not it is we'll house he he's he's got his own own issues little with little above his pay very wish you all the luck in the world down there in Austin Texas Jensen basket on to being those Bacardi online looking for his name started body Hey are also the world business have you heard about the story about the sabotage scooters found on rainy street downtown yeah the Austin transportation part is urging riders to remember thoroughly to thoroughly inspect the scooters before you get on them yeah if you love him or hate him doc was electric scooters are easy to find what you're looking for one around town caveat offenders found the scooters being sabotaged on the rainy street area for some reason downtown and it's putting a lot of writers at risk the investigation not started one of you are reached out to us saying that he had seen someone moving scooters from the front of the rainy street condominium project in the notice the brake lines on those scooters were cut no no no no yeah the defenders investigated and saw exactly what the tipster described a man moving scooters and the brake lines on those scooters cut like with a pair of scissors not cool that's all I don't know about you man that but that sounds like that sounds like a an act of domestic terrorism well it could result in people dying so I guess yeah so he will have there there's no question that's I'm just serious criminal behavior that there may actually that could be the reason that's easily that's up there justice that's up there in the same category as the rock throwers yeah never the rock crusher on certain people are back among the upper lower deck of course this would be in the same kind of vein I would think they found a a pile of the sabotage scooters right outside the Mulago luxury condominiums there at fifty four rainy streets austenite John green he uses a scooter to get around he says it was a you know he he says he's seen several you know what the brake lines cut yeah you know that is said obviously the the the potential results or were or could be devastating you do really put a lot of trust in these things don't you I haven't written one but you do put a lot of trust in him sister just laying there on the street and you just grab one and and you're apt get something going come out first better check him out stay with us we got tech news straight ahead Facebook is strengthening its political ad rules ahead of the twenty twenty presidential election in a few years ago I made a prediction that some day the Austin city council will make Congress Avenue from the capitol south to the river and pedestrian only yes and it's starting to happen lying straight ahead right after tech news right here on news radio K. 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09:43 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Three. That's our toll free number. We're we're an hour number. Two the first hour went so fast. That's what's good about this show. It's never the same twice we always bring in new and different stories and we always entertain calls from viewers viewers from listeners who can bring up and viewers unfortunate enough to be watching any of the Webcam webcams. That's the thing people do like to watch us and I don't understand why but they do you can watch us on twitch you can watch us on Youtube and and you can join in become part of the show that way <hes> there's all sorts of ways to do that first of all the US in studios myself Chris Silver Dave and Johnson and we we have been talking about all of course it's. We're all over the book <hes> we've I started off talking about lime disease and Congress actually asking the Pentagon listen guys. Have you ever experiments. It's an with this and accidentally released lime disease. Is that how we got it and they put that in a defense authorization bill <hes> we then we talked a lot about ticks and lots of things that the government from it has done that you may not think they've done but they have <hes> things that are very well documented like the Federal Reserve and <hes> f._D._r.. Actually seizing Americans personal gold that occurred in the nineteen nineteen thirty silver Dave is very familiar with these things because you've got a history of of met in your own silver coins and I think that's really cool. I remember one year pork fest. I offered a premium for what I was selling. If have you would pay me in silver coins from your foundry. What do we call this a meant a meant okay yeah so was there's all sorts of little tidbits about money that most people have no idea about what we did WANNA get into was the story out of Minnesota? Minnesota City Council reinstates the pledge of allegiance after widespread backlash now now we discussed this the other night on the show when it was I think it was intern I on Saturday night <hes> them deciding that there really wasn't a need to say the pledge of allegiance in the words of one of the town council look if somebody's coming in to complain about their their sidewalk I don't see why they have to pledge allegiance to the country to do that and that got into a discussion of the history of the pledge of allegiance and how it was written by an avowed Socialist Francis Bellamy I invite you to research Francis Bellamy and find out the true history of the pledge of allegiance definitely didn't write anything for the Nazis Whoa that because he was born in nineteen fifty five so that would have been very difficult he did he did sell a lot of flags because of the pledge of allegiance that was part of his angle and the second thing was the advancement none of socialism..

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on WTMJ 620

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13:12 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"News on so many levels there are currently and Gerry McNamara on red eye radio and good morning welcome to this Wednesday wasn't sure if it was over a line yes it is the Minnesota city council a Minnesota excuse me not be Minnesota in Minnesota city council on Monday reportedly agreed to reinstate the pledge of allegiance at meetings weeks after the group's sparked a widespread in high reaching backlash by removing the pledges recital officials for Saint Louis park unanimously voted to reinstate the pledge okay I have concluded that I made a mistake and I'm sorry and I'm asking for forgiveness St city council member Steve how often said of the meeting according to a local TV station the city council which is in controversy real democratic representative a lot of Mars fifth congressional district rated an up for on June and a June seventeenth unanimous vote which amended the rules to cut the pledge from the start of each session the change came as part of an effort to survey more diverse community it up is this still within the United States councilmember tam Branson during the June meeting we concluded that in order to create a more welcoming environment to a diverse community we are going to forego saying the pledge of allegiance before every meeting the change soon sparked protest in criticism from people opposing the decision and then eventually made it all the way up to president trump the pledge of allegiance to our great country in Saint Louis park Minnesota is under siege from tweeted this is why I'm going to win the great state of Minnesota in the twenty twenty election people are sick and tired of this stupidity of disloyalty to our wonderful USA by the way that's an example of a tweet which you can defend why because it was all inclusive and gave all the information that was necessary to justify your remark right very good great yes so that and that was back on the on June eleventh trump had not commented since the pledge was reinstated but other things going on since Monday a few thanks at Monday's meeting the city council members spoke about the toll the decision and the reaction to it had taken on their mental health and productivity wait wait a minute we were very we're victims we're victims of our own decision yeah all right well you got to be a victim of something every day right I love this and made many accounts a woman who propose your original measure remain defiant even as she reversed her vote I do not and will not stand for that but you're going to vote for it yeah of course I'm sorry this is wrong you supported with the vote yep legalized it there does it matter what legalize what pot get man among I'm telling you right now by the we cannot let this happen what your vote yay do you have it okay but I'm not liking it when she's going to go out and pick it herself you know I just I I wondered about this he hear this from a from NPR by Brian got me to store and I just started thinking about it because something we've talked about before the number of cases of children entering the foster care system due to parental drug use has more than doubled since two thousand well according to research published this week researchers analyzed data from the adoption and foster care analysis and reporting system a federally mandated data collection system that includes information on children in foster care in the United States they looked at nearly five million instances of children entering foster care between two thousand and two thousand seventeen and analyze how many times foster children removed from their homes to the parents drug use each year a lot of the work out there on the opioid epidemic has focused on mortality in overdoses and how it affects adults said the the instructor at the health care policy and research at Cornell medicine it's less known how the epidemic might spill over to children and sometimes and that's something that we're trying to shed light on yeah yeah I wonder how many of those were permanent removal from the home temporary removal from the home and and how many of those you know with back to home where the knowing what I know about the foster care system I I fostered of my youngest into we adopted her and so we went through the process of of training and and and becoming very intimate with it at least the the state of Texas and foster care here still in Dallas County the the county we sit and right now there is there's just a a a massive massive problem in C. P. S. has their hands more than full I mean it's it's just a it really is epidemic in terms of children who all right now need guardians and they're in their lives but I do wonder ultimately you and I talked about I mean it worse society that every day we're looking for this new way to get high too you know whatever it is engage and and whatever activity your drug use in this case and it's just sad because it does affect those children those those parents cannot be guardians cannot be what they need to be for those children an associate professor of social work April dirks at mount mercy university in cedar rapids Iowa says the findings correspond with what she's seen as a child welfare worker in the Midwest where parents drug use and the state's response to it has torn many families apart I say it's a crisis at this point of all the entries log during the time period nearly one point two million foster kids have parental drug use as a primary cause wow over this period the researchers saw the steady rise in the number of proportion of removals due to parental drug use for about fifteen percent in two thousand to thirty six percent in twenty seventeen during this period other reasons for removal such as neglect or abuse decline and I just wonder you know when it when it when you look for example and we you know we talked about legalizing marijuana right right and and whether that you know what I mean what's the reason is it just two people go straight from just doing nothing to opioids or as it were they could but I think are are the gateway drugs to bring you there what is what is a research show on it every time I bring it up people some others no gateway drugs in well you got to start somewhere you wind up at that particular you want at that particular point it's interesting because I I know somebody this week was a little older than I was shocked to find out died of a heroin overdose shocked to find out and see the person in a while then I know somebody who works in in the business and they have posted yesterday they were shocked that somebody who'd been clean for a while that that was a client of theirs yeah ended up dying in and I know that when I lived up for example I lived in Portland Oregon I mean it was amazing the number of of of of one day on my show conservative talk radio show in Portland Oregon there was a a suicide and these two people hung themselves they they took the last shot her one I think they were I don't they were husband wife but I believe they were engaged to be married and they ran through everything for their heroin addiction then when they finally just had enough for one more bag is shot they did it and then went to a bridge over a river and hung themselves and hung there for a long time because the right it took the rescue workers a long time to get them off this particular bridge I never forget on that show I did a three hour show asking if anybody you know if you were a former addict my lines were lit the whole show yeah right it was unbelievable we were we were shocked by the response of how many and that was heroin back that so we always have really come to the forefront as we know since that point but when you look at and was the was a Denver who was it was Denver or the state that legalized mushrooms therefore they are intended to do that right right right they did they were attached to the next movie and that so that's it so as you keep expanding from to pot to this to the as you keep expanded out right and at that point how super diss problem get well and then you know you look at this when it comes to a foster parenting or or children being removed from their homes removed from their parents at because of drug abuse and it's interesting here because they say that the the the primary the incidence of of abuse and neglect have dropped but at some point in in terms of the removal of the home from the home how the the child protective services has to make the decision that that child is in danger so the drug use in and of itself becomes a type of neglect they're not they're not capable of you know if it's if it's the worst case scenario I think her one or something else where the child was just not being fed not being sent to school not being you know taking care of the well for that child is doesn't matter whether it's legal or illegal no no no yeah I got it exactly exactly and so there are a number of things that go into that decision and it is a process and so I I do wonder I wonder as a society again is looking for more and more ways to to get high to feel numb or whatever you want to say what that'll timid the fact is that as you you know push for legalization then you have as a society greater responsibilities to protect those to make sure that there are no victims of where we hear this victimless it's a victimless crime or victimless behavior and the fact of the matter is that is rare if you have no children and and you want to you want to partake then and it's legal then that's something that you can decide on but the fact of the matter is and I'm not just focusing on on pot but we get into the audible situation where without standardization of dosages and everything else especially when you're getting into chocolates cookies dummies and and lolly pops and drinks and anything and everything it becomes a greater risk to does that art children more specifically that either know what's in that that cookie or that dummy or they don't and I think that's that is the danger that something that that is likely going to be focused on and in the coming years eight six six ninety eight right I.

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"minnesota city council" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

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10:05 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Three seven three three an interesting show tonight. We've got some great stories to cover but that doesn't mean we're going to spend the whole time covering or stories. That's kind of silly. This show uh-huh is about open phone lines which means you can call in with any topic you like and we'd love to discuss it with you now. Please remember we are on a bunch of radio. Stations and radio stations. Get really angry area. We throw out the curse words and stuff like that so keep it clean but we'd love to engage in a conversation with you and by we I mean myself Chris <hes> Ian and nobody nobody the artist formerly emily known as rich Paul. It's true it is but one thing is just not gonna fly. Apparently in a Minnesota City Council meeting in that is the threat of my God listen to this. They want to do away with the pledge of allegiance now he mean Nice. I mean this is this is I mean George. Washington used to begin meetings with a pledge. I'm pretty sure wrong. The pledge was developed during the Cold War by a guy named Bellamy who was a socialist and the Cold War going on late eighteen hundreds a little earlier than that but not much actual back that far yeah late eighteen hundreds oh no dear was during the Cold War. They added the words under God right yeah. That's what it was. You're right it does go back further because my parents do the pledge but are answers and they did and when they did the edge did they properly did the correct they had all the students do the Bellamy we salute right now which was also the Romans which was also the Nazi salute so if you go out and Google say eighteen or nineteen twenties children pledge of allegiance agents salute you'll see a bunch of American children raising their hands saying. It looks like they're saying hi and that is that's the Bellamy salute to describe it F._D._r.. Our was actually a big fan of socialism in general as an economic arrangement now he wasn't fond of the of the <hes> of fat of the other fascist states but <hes> had you know his new deal was basically fascism. It was big labor big government and big business hammering out what was going to happen to the rest of us and <hes> the the moves towards progressivism the moves toward socialism really did began in the eighteen eighties eighteen ninety s you know it was the extension of the Progressive Movement and you know you've got <hes> famous leaders like Woodrow Wilson now very progressive aggressive <hes> Teddy Roosevelt wait what I couldn't have been right when I said that I just said a Republican and talked about progressivism. I am correct Teddy Roosevelt even after he didn't get the nomination nation he started the Progressive Party. A Progressive Party knows the Bull Moose Party. <hes> this was a progressive we would not have the modern movement had it not been for Republicans and Democrats and it's a it's a hard pill to swallow. I know people get a little upset when they hear that yes Teddy Roosevelt now big time. What Year did Teddy Roosevelt leave office? I want to say an nineteen o eight but I'm probably probably wrong on that. Okay so we'RE GONNA would've would've been directly before Woodrow Wilson think there. I think <hes> we had somebody else in there but my mind is foggy. I'M GONNA explain folks why my mind is foggy apparently alley somewhere in my travels I encountered a tick ticks. Carry this wonderful disease. I love it key lime pie disease only some ticks off some some ticks. I had to find the very special tick the just in that one that had this disease so apparently I've been diagnosed with lyme disease and it's messing with my vision and it's messing with my balance and you said you had nine out of ten nine out of ten symptoms. Yes less on the physical side more on on the <hes> mental. Are you trying to collect the whole set collectible okay. It's been interesting. I've had some noticeable difficulty with focus vision and then my you know it. It just becomes very difficult to get through the day at work and you know when I went in yesterday.

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10:05 min | 2 years ago

"minnesota city council" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Three seven three three an interesting show tonight. We've got some great stories to cover but that doesn't mean we're going to spend the whole time covering or stories. That's kind of silly. This show uh-huh is about open phone lines which means you can call in with any topic you like and we'd love to discuss it with you now. Please remember we are on a bunch of radio. Stations and radio stations. Get really angry area. We throw out the curse words and stuff like that so keep it clean but we'd love to engage in a conversation with you and by we I mean myself Chris <hes> Ian and nobody nobody the artist formerly emily known as rich Paul. It's true it is but one thing is just not gonna fly. Apparently in a Minnesota City Council meeting in that is the threat of my God listen to this. They want to do away with the pledge of allegiance now he mean Nice. I mean this is this is I mean George. Washington used to begin meetings with a pledge. I'm pretty sure wrong. The pledge was developed during the Cold War by a guy named Bellamy who was a socialist and the Cold War going on late eighteen hundreds a little earlier than that but not much actual back that far yeah late eighteen hundreds oh no dear was during the Cold War. They added the words under God right yeah. That's what it was. You're right it does go back further because my parents do the pledge but are answers and they did and when they did the edge did they properly did the correct they had all the students do the Bellamy we salute right now which was also the Romans which was also the Nazi salute so if you go out and Google say eighteen or nineteen twenties children pledge of allegiance agents salute you'll see a bunch of American children raising their hands saying. It looks like they're saying hi and that is that's the Bellamy salute to describe it F._D._r.. Our was actually a big fan of socialism in general as an economic arrangement now he wasn't fond of the of the <hes> of fat of the other fascist states but <hes> had you know his new deal was basically fascism. It was big labor big government and big business hammering out what was going to happen to the rest of us and <hes> the the moves towards progressivism the moves toward socialism really did began in the eighteen eighties eighteen ninety s you know it was the extension of the Progressive Movement and you know you've got <hes> famous leaders like Woodrow Wilson now very progressive aggressive <hes> Teddy Roosevelt wait what I couldn't have been right when I said that I just said a Republican and talked about progressivism. I am correct Teddy Roosevelt even after he didn't get the nomination nation he started the Progressive Party. A Progressive Party knows the Bull Moose Party. <hes> this was a progressive we would not have the modern movement had it not been for Republicans and Democrats and it's a it's a hard pill to swallow. I know people get a little upset when they hear that yes Teddy Roosevelt now big time. What Year did Teddy Roosevelt leave office? I want to say an nineteen o eight but I'm probably probably wrong on that. Okay so we'RE GONNA would've would've been directly before Woodrow Wilson think there. I think <hes> we had somebody else in there but my mind is foggy. I'M GONNA explain folks why my mind is foggy apparently alley somewhere in my travels I encountered a tick ticks. Carry this wonderful disease. I love it key lime pie disease only some ticks off some some ticks. I had to find the very special tick the just in that one that had this disease so apparently I've been diagnosed with lyme disease and it's messing with my vision and it's messing with my balance and you said you had nine out of ten nine out of ten symptoms. Yes less on the physical side more on on the <hes> mental. Are you trying to collect the whole set collectible okay. It's been interesting. I've had some noticeable difficulty with focus vision and then my you know it. It just becomes very difficult to get through the day at work and you know when I went in yesterday.

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