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Fresh update on "north dakota" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"The southwest South Dakota and tomorrow morning it looks pretty much the same record lows mostly between Colorado Montana and South Dakota against 20s in year 30 but Texas gets in on it It looks like Midland supposed to get the 49 which approaches their record low for Sunday There is a freeze warning issued for parts of North Dakota The U.S. Military packed up palettes of baby formula readying to fly them from Germany to Indiana as part of the Biden administration's new program operation fly formula The first shipment is set to take off tomorrow U.S. Air Force lieutenant colonel Benjamin taber Baby formulas probably a new one for.
If California Weather Was Like North Dakota, There'd Be Nobody Left
"But it's great to be here. I love California. Let me say this this way. I love parts of California. Well, I don't know. Let me say it differently. I love the people of Calvin. I love some of the people of California, but I have a whole theory on California, and it really is a test of how important is whether in your life. That really is the question, right? I mean, you wake up, I woke up very early this morning. And a morning in Southern California say, all right, 18% income tax, homelessness, vagrancy crime. All right, if this is the trade off, then so be it. It really is the great test of weather. Because I guarantee you if California was like Fargo North Dakota in the winter, there would be nobody left.
Biden Opts to Drain Oil Reserves
"Yeah, yeah, and now Steven, I do want to get to the energy issue because Biden is Biden is blaming everyone but himself. I mean, one third of the strategic oil reserve is going to be essentially released. It's been Trump filled that bad boy up, if you will. And now in this guy, a million barrels a day when we could drill here on federal lands if he would open it up. But it's Putin's fault. Well, well, put, you know, instead of taking out of the oil reserve, which is for national emergency, hey, why don't we drill for it? In Texas and Alaska, North Dakota West Virginia and even in California for goodness sakes. I mean, why don't we we were producing a million more barrels a day under Trump and I believe I really believe this, Carl, if Trump were president today, we'd be producing 15 million barrels a day, not 10 million barrels a day. Think about what that would mean to our economy, for jobs, for, you know, and what's really obscene about this and I use that word advisory, you know, we're now importing oil from Russia and helping fund their war machine.
John Zmirak Shares His Thoughts on Governor Kristi Noem
"Governor Christy nome of is it North Dakota? I think so. I think South Dakota, whatever. I think there are folks like her who, for some reason, there's a moment of truth and they go wobbly. I guess for her that was, I don't know, was it a year ago or so was a year ago? The fact is they're always wobbly and you see a glitch in the matrix and exposes them for what they always were. If you talk to South Dakota conservatives, they'll tell you, she is a Chamber of Commerce, rhino hack, who occasionally says things that rounds up the base and sound conservative. She's allowing vaccine mandates in her state. She refused to support a law protecting employees from vaccine mandates. And this is somebody you think of as a good guy. Governor Christy nome. And then you're telling me that, yeah, on some things maybe, but when the chips are down, let's just put it this way. She's no Marjorie Taylor green. Right. When the Chamber of Commerce snaps its fingers, she comes running up with a silver tracing. Yes, what can I help you? What would you like next? Did she care? But she has nice eyes and she might be a nice vice presidential now. No, but isn't it funny though, how we perceive people? And I'm saying this just because I want those who are listening to know that there are people out there, I mean, look, the worst example is is Mitch McConnell. I like Mitch McConnell. They will do some good things once in a while. Yes, they will. But you get the impression that they do those good things mainly so they can cling to power and do bad things.
NYC lawmakers pass bill giving noncitizens right to vote
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossio Rossio reporting reporting New New York York City City lawmakers lawmakers passed passed a a bill bill giving giving non non citizens citizens the the right right to to vote vote in in local local elections elections the the new new York York city city council council has has voted voted to to allow allow residents residents were were not not citizens citizens of of the the United United States States to to vote vote in in municipal municipal elections elections the the measure measure if if enacted enacted would would take take effect effect in in twenty twenty twenty twenty three three and and apply apply to to eight eight hundred hundred thousand thousand green green card card holders holders and and so so called called dreamers dreamers the the measure measure now now goes goes to to mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio who who has has said said he he would would not not veto veto it it non non citizens citizens of of New New York York City City would would not not be be able able to to vote vote for for president president or or members members of of Congress Congress in in federal federal races races or or to to vote vote in in state state elections elections for for governor governor judges judges or or legislators legislators more more than than a a dozen dozen communities communities across across the the United United states states already already allow allow noncitizens noncitizens to to cast cast ballots ballots in in local local elections elections last last year year Alabama Alabama Colorado Colorado and and Florida Florida adopted adopted rules rules that that would would preempt preempt noncitizen noncitizen voting voting rights rights Arizona Arizona and and North North Dakota Dakota already already had had non non citizen citizen voting voting prohibitions prohibitions on on the the books books hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi
Theodore Roosevelt Statue in NYC Covered Ahead of Move to North Dakota Museum
"This Teddy Roosevelt statue thing is just so infuriating. I was just reading about the other night I was, I don't know why when I heard they're literally covering up the statue like idiots like little like we're a bunch of little babies. We don't want your eyes to be exposed to the Teddy Roosevelt statue because of George Floyd. Okay. So they've got it all covered up now with tarps and scaffolding and they're going to relocate it to North Dakota. You know how big that statue is? You know how many well, look what we're in the middle of the prison fellowship campaign. You know how many Christmas presents and works good things that would do for people? The cost of relocating a statue like the Teddy Roosevelt statue from New York to what North Dakota all that just cost a couple $100, right? Whether you use UPS or FedEx. Morons. Every last one of them. And I was reading about I mean, Teddy Roosevelt's father of the U.S. Navy. I mean, he came from a wealthy family, but shorta had a and of course he's the cousin. He was the cousin of Franklin Franklin Delano
Virus surge worsens in Midwest as states expand boosters
"A surge in corona virus cases is worsening and parts of the Midwest in Michigan some schools are taking next week off for the thanksgiving holiday instead of just three days in Detroit the school district says it's switching to online learning on Fridays in December only thirty five percent of eligible residents in Detroit are fully vaccinated in Minnesota at the defense department is sending medical teams to two hospitals next week to immediately treat patients and help we're a health care workers cold weather states like New Hampshire North Dakota have seen a spike in cases one warmer weather state Arizona has more than ninety percent of inpatient hospital beds occupied about fifty nine percent of the population is fully vaccinated or about one hundred ninety five million Americans I bet Donahue
$7.5 Billion Tax Payer Dollars for Electric School Busses?
"Why are senators and congressmen that represent red states? That have massive oil and natural gas production, going along with the following. The infrastructure package will spend $7.5 billion for electrical vehicle charging stations, with which the administration says is critical to accelerating the use of electrical vehicles and to curb climate change. It would also be available for a $5 billion of purchase for electric school buses and hybrids, reducing reliance on school buses that run on diesel fuel. So, for the representatives from states like Pennsylvania, like Brian Fitzpatrick, or from West Virginia, like David McKinley, or from North Dakota, why is there a support of an agenda that will destroy the oil and natural gas production from the Marcellus shale? To the Balkan, isn't that a major job producer in your state? Modernizing the electric grid. By the way, this makes Pete Buttigieg, one of the most powerful people in Washington, D.C.. You are giving him a $1.2 trillion as the head of the Department of Transportation to allocate towards his green energy cronies as he sees it as he sees fit. Of $1.2 trillion of additional spending on top of the trillions of dollars we spend every single year on top of the stimulus packages we've passed in the last 12 months. Is that what we went and elected Republicans to go do?
State Attorney Generals Need to Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates
"The republican attorney general's would have united together not just wrote letters but if they would have said that if any vaccine mandate that would be instituted in their state would be met with investigations of whether or not waivers are being granted. So here's really what should have happened. You take a state rather red-state state. Let's just take south dakota because we talk about them a lot or how 'bout wyoming nebraska north dakota the attorney general should of told the population file as many religious exemptions of your employers as possible and if they are denied immediately appeal then to the north dakota attorney general's office and that employer could be investigated for violating religious privacy and medical privacy laws these employers would back down and they would grant all the religious liberty exemptions if they would have had the fear of the attorney general coming after them then they would have just backed off now many of the just dealt with this. We just got an email from somebody freedom. Charlie kirk dot com. This is charlie. I find failed religious exemption. I was then intimidated with five men that then have a woman employee literally five men in a room and ask her. Do you take advil. What kind of shampoo us in. What other medicine do you take. Incredible violation of medical privacy of five men asking a young woman. What her medication schedule is. Now could you imagine if five men were doing that. Say do you take birth control. What's your sexual history. I mean the the left would lose their mind but no it comes to a vaccine. All the five men in a room asked very intimate questions and i gave her some advice because they were trying to say what kind of shampoo us. What kind of do use advil or not because those could be against your religious beliefs. They're the ones who determine anyone's religious beliefs that they very well might violated state and federal statute of discriminating based on religion for not granting a religious exemption. And that's where the state attorney general's really need to start to step
How Joe Biden Is 'Flushing out the Pheasants' in the U.S. Military
"A pheasant. Hunter not a professional pheasant hunter. But i do enjoy pheasant hunting. I was actually pheasant hunting in south dakota last week. My goodness just feels a lot longer than that. And when i was in south dakota pheasant. Hunting and anyone who pheasant hunts knows this. There's a strategy called flushing where us dogs. I grew up with a german short haired pointer and you would send the dogs out in the fields and they'll work the fields they'll find the pheasant and they will provoke the pheasant to then leave the field fly in the air and then bang. You have a chance to shoot. The pheasant flushing out requires not just the identification but the provoking of the pheasant out of the field and up into the air. Now for those of you that know that shot pheasants you then call hens and roosters there some farms where if it flies at dies but hopefully you're not shooting hands and if it's a rooster hopefully you will shoot. Pheasant actually tastes pretty good in a soup but the strategy of flushing. Is this idea that you need to not just find the pheasant. You need to provoke it. Identify it spotted and then bang. You could take it out this very same strategy of flushing out. The pheasants is happening. Metaphorically of course in how joe biden is handling the federal vaccine mandate in the military. Joe biden wants to have people that are conservative. Strong willed independent thinkers identify and get flushed out of the military as if we were shooting pheasants in the field in central south or north dakota to be able to take them out
Federal appeals court to hear Missouri abortion law case
"In the latest abortion rights showdown a federal appeals court today will consider whether Missouri can implement a sweeping law aimed at limiting abortions the law would ban abortions at around eight weeks it also would prohibit abortions based on a diagnosis of down syndrome in June a panel from the eighth US circuit court of appeals upheld an injunction prohibiting Missouri from enforcing the provisions but the full circuit then decided to hear the case a ruling isn't expected for several weeks similar laws have been struck down in North Dakota and Iowa Planned Parenthood calls it another troubling signal in a long line of threats to reproductive freedom this case comes weeks after the Supreme Court allowed a Texas law that bans abortions once a heartbeat usually around six weeks can be detected I'm Julie Walker
Afghan Refugees Headed to 46 States
"People who've served afghanistan but none of them from your perspective Axios reports thirty-seven thousand. Afghan refugees are coming in your state of florida. You'll get a thousand mississippi. Getting ten north dakota getting forty-nine ohio's getting fifty five i put it out in. America has between three hundred four hundred thousand churches. We can absorb thirty-seven thousand. Afghans and people. Ask me well. What are they like. I actually don't know so. I thought i'd ask you. What do you think we'll find among our new americans. Well let me start by saying in my beloved state of florida. I'd be happy to get five thousand and these are hard working people and let me tell you something hugh we know in florida about people who flee persecution they were called cubans. They came here and built an extraordinary community in south florida. The community that cuban-americans help build this state in the sixty seventies eighties today or a vibrant part of it. I expect nothing less from the afghans. And let me tell you. It's not just what are afghans light. It's what are these afghan. Like in. So there i would say to you. Hey how much. Courage in true grit and determination. Does it take to put your two year old on your back. Grab your four year olds. Hand picture yourself in this situation. Fight your way through those crowds. Get through that airport and get a ride out and finally make it here. I want that person on my team and like the hunger games so they are in my long association with afghans. Warm charming friendly funny hard working is going to be nothing. But a plus up for this nation of immigrants. I would say let's take all the afghans we can get and i'll close hugh you and i are both young enough to remember the arrival of vietnamese american community. Hello california do you think that's been a plus up for the golden state i do.
Terry Tempest Williams on Her New Book "The Hour of Land"
"Terry tempest williams invites us to celebrate the land and the people. You'll meet at a variety of national parks across the united states in her book. The hour of land. She describes the park. She's visited as breathing spaces each with a unique personality that deserve our patronage our respect and our protection by the way our conversation was recorded before the global pandemic. Terry it's good to have you with us. Thank you read your book. The our land takes us not to the obvious parks but it takes us to some of the less famous parks. You chose about a dozen parks to introduce to us why these parks why not win at the grand and famous ones. Would you believe me if i told you that i saw this as a dinner party. You know my mother was a great hostess and she always said you know. Pick your dinner parties very carefully because who knows what will come out of them so you know here. We have fifty nine national parks in our country. How to choose a dozen. So i really did envision it as dinner party i knew who the heads of the table would be my mother park which would be grand teton national park. The other end of the table. I knew it would be canyon. Lands national park where we live closely to. I could count on them then. I thought all right who's gonna be on the other end of the table holding the space that are reliable and for me. It was a canadian national park in maine and teddy roosevelt national park. In north dakota. I had been to the many times and they were trustworthy. Then i thought okay. Who are the dream guests that i would want that. I don't know. But i know other people who do and we can bring them to the table and i thought of big bend national park. I thought of gates of the arctic national park and effigy mounds. And i thought those were my dream guests
Efforts Grow To Stamp Out Use of Parasite Drug for COVID-19
"Health experts around the country are still urging people not to take an animal anti worming drug for covert nineteen after more patients were hospitalized with toxicity the most recent reports of poisoning from the anti parasitic drug ivermectin we're in Missouri where a doctor at mercy hospital says several people suffered ill effects from taking the veterinary drug North Dakota health officials held a town hall on the internet to discourage the use of ivermectin and to tell people there are legitimate treatments for Kobe nineteen like monoclonal antibodies and ram desta beer people have been getting sick and animal supply stores are reporting shortages of ivermectin since some conservative talk show hosts and even some doctors promoted its use but there are studies being conducted in the U. S. and overseas to see if ivermectin might have any benefit in reducing the effects of cope with nineteen I'm Jackie Quinn
Cities Build Splash Pads to Cool off Residents
"With just a bit more than four thousand residents carro is the biggest city in tuscaloosa county. About one hundred miles north of detroit. There's a growing danger from heatwaves in the patchwork of rural communities like this one all across michigan in the state's largest local health department heat related pediatric emergency room visits. Have almost in just the last couple of years. Carro is landlocked surrounded by farms to the north and woods to the south. But today city manager matt lane is ready to get drenched. If you hear blood-curdling screams of just a freezing water touching my skin. That's not it's fine. Lean has traded in his shirt and tie for a swimsuit to try out. The city's new splash pad. He takes a deep breath and steps into the cold spray on a day. When the temperature is pushing ninety degrees he's headed for an oversized bucket about four feet tall. And almost as wide diameter perched on a tower of pipes and bound lane asks the kids playing here where to stand lane says this new public water feature is a way for kids to get out their energy on hot days. Shelly volmer says it's working. She's here with her daughter. And i can't get him to leave. They don't wanna go splash pads like this are popping up in some surprising places in small cities across the northern us. Burlington north dakota rothschild wisconsin and sars l. Minnesota have all recently installed splash pads that perfect summer to have our first year. Lashed has been really hot. Has we that at ninety quite a few days this year nikki sweeter organizes community engagement for sars l. She says those once ray or ninety degree days are more common now than she remembers in an odd twist. It's actually been so hot and dry this summer. That the new splash pad has had to
South Carolina Grad Assistant Coach Goes From Sideline to Starting QB
"This happened before but south carolina eastern illinois. South carolina's starting quarterback was assistant. Coach nolan grad assistant coach. He can do this by rule. He had a year left of eligibility last plate. Last spring for north dakota state he was trae. Lance is back up north dakota state team. What do you think sarah. Do you think this is okay. I love this. You gotta find someone where you can get someone. I also think that he's going to be under a lot of pressure to know the plays perfectly to get everything right. Got a coach in there. Hasn't been telling you how to do everything that you get in there and you can't do it yourself. We always say those who can't do teach well. Maybe in this case monica. I'm on this to it. Certainly beats having the guy that played quarterback in high school lessons. Really not his position at the collegiate level. I want to see what this precision looks like from his leadership position. Maybe south carolina found a loophole. You bring the guy in under the idea that he's going to be a grad assistant. You could work with them at a time. When you're not supposed to be practicing next thing you know. It could store where she went that way though. Someone felt that way. But i'm not surprised that you bill plachy. I love this like everybody else. Ucla has sixteen kids in graduate school in their team called. Football's become a place where people can come from all different areas all different forms all different types. This is tremendous
NBC News Poll: In Texas, Voters Are ‘In-Between [Extremes] on Abortion’
"The two thousand twenty texas exit poll abortion should be always legal. Eighteen percent somewhat legal thirty percent almost always illegal thirty percents so sixty one percent of texas voters agree with this new texas voter law that restricts abortion to six weeks every single legislature across the country including in this wonderful state of fargo. North dakota you bet you were here.
Republican Leaders Have Contempt for Their Own Voters
"We're like okay republican senators. We'll give you the republican senate go. Give us judges. That will defend our way of life against the metropolitan elite. That are going to try to crush us. And what you're seeing is places where we are right now in enid. Oklahoma north dakota jeez. I'm going there next week. Enid oklahoma where they don't like your way of life they want to destroy this. They wanna crush you. They call you the smelly walmart people and they do. You should hear the way your leaders talk about you. They have contempt for you on the federal level and on the state level. They want to try to turn oklahoma into nothing more than a producing colony for the rest of the country. And i want to be very clear. These people work for us. We put them there. And if they're not gonna follow these clear instructions than we have to start to resort to other means which is recalling these people primary in these people until you have republicans that you put in office actually defend the voters that put them there in the first
What Is Actually in the Infrastructure Bill?
"Let's talk about what's actually in the bill. It's two thousand seven hundred pages long. They read the whole bill. This infrastructure package is larger than the obama stimulus that almost every single one of these republicans said was too big so these republicans said obama's big spender. We don't like debts and deficits but then they go out of their way to go spend one point two trillion dollars by the way. That's you our children's and grandchildren's among this so let's what's in the bill. Let's go through five specifics. John salomon from just the news. Dot com has a great article on this. The bill includes a mandate for vehicle manufacturers to install drunk and impaired driving prevention technology as standard feature. Inside of the new vehicles might sound somewhat noncontroversial so basically the government can come in and turn off your car. if they think you're impaired. The legislation contains one hundred eighteen billion dollar bailout for the highway. Trust fund which is currently funded primarily through federal taxes on gas and diesel fuel. As the text of the bill does not specify a revenue source funds would just be transferred from the treasury treasury general fund to the highway trust fund. You do know that every single year as well we have infrastructure and transportation spending as part of the general fund of our budget senate. Republicans don't care about that senate. Republicans have decided to make buddha judge. The czar of a vehicle miles traveled tax. A pilot program will be created for a vehicle. Miles traveled tax which is a system for taxing drivers based on their annual vehicle. Mileage is hidden away in the bill. Section one three zero zero two titled the national motor vehicle per mile user fee. Pilot remember when pe- buddha judge flooded out that idea earlier this year during his confirmation process and republicans. Got very upset now again. I'm not an expert. But i do know that. North dakota has a fair amount of oil and natural gas. Do you think this will help oil. And natural gas exploration or hurt oil and natural gas exploration if you're taxing people driving by the mile
"north dakota" Discussed on OnEducation
"This week is dr matthew farber and assistant professor of technology and innovation and pedagogy at the university of northern colorado and founder of the gaming seal lab his researches at the intersection of game based learning and social and the motion learning. He studies affinity spaces of educators. Who use games in the classroom. And how they afford student agency while also teaching skills of empathy design thinking and systems thinking. He also works in youth initiatives around game design as a form of self expression. Thanks for joining us again. Matt of super appreciate that. You're here i was looking here. I was trying to find the previous outside and get gas when that was april of twenty. Eighteen was when we first had you on education. You must have been one of our. I guess i'm thinking one of the first episodes. So why don't you start with. How have you and your family been. And how has your transition because back then. I believe you were middle school teacher right correctly. That's see two thousand eighteen. I would have been here in colorado. Yes okay so what was that transition like though when you were as far as in the classroom to transitioning to being a professor even moving from the east coast to the mountain west. That's a really good question without like trying to be politically cordial to any listeners. Who are on the east coast. Yes big fans of the move out here to colorado. It's just an amazing state. We'll just say that. yes you know. Everybody's super nice except examples when you're driving on the highway you and you need to change lanes and you put on your directional people actually don't speed up two floors you off exit. So that's been a pleasant change shopping and other example you're at any store walmart target supermarket and you have one or two items you know and You're on a regular line. People people almost make you go in front of them. Go ahead go ahead. Yeah it was so that all those bits a little unnerving at first right mayo. what's going. We'll suspect yeah i can. I was from the east coast so it was like the running joke was like you know we're a witness relocation out here but now it's been great because like you know we could take get up for breakfast and go to rocky mountain national park and come back from lunch essentially So dramatic sisters and staycationing and three like outdoor culture. Here which is awesome and for the lockdown We were fortunate enough to be in a location. We were to stay safe and like door dash and all that and and car delivery but like were one of the few states. That got to seventy percent by july fourth for a vaccinations which goods so and then you know. University like many others online. I would say the. I guess if you're talking about moving from teaching middle school to teaching at the university level That was that was That was a little different. Because what i teach is. I teach masters student Know teachers basically master students and phd. Students but i also do teach undergraduates. Pre service teachers. And i teach that basically every semester. So it's really nice to imbue. We like you know. I know your style of teaching line. So if you that to teacher so they can do that in the field and it's always interesting. Will you work as speaker over zoom last semester. Your school so interesting to them like it out now. this is really true. This is what lots of teachers do. This sort of thing like they actually teach mike fast or they actually. This is real grades thing. I'm not just the looney or something you know. And there's a convincing right. There was a bit of convincing with that for some undergraduates. Until until the pandemic with my with my mom knows what google classroom ants right here like you know social emotional learning on the news right. Suddenly it's like way right in the forefront right so there's no doubt like why am i learning this or why this class because it was require course in content area classes. If you're a teacher why am i in this course. Well here's twine. Here are all these other forms of literacy right that you can learn that are enhanced with technology so I would say it was really exciting to To teach teachers. And i'm still teaching in the classroom aspects. Were interesting but i guess the most jarring for anybody who goes to academia is one of course a posture syndrome and two is all. It's remember to college is all that empty space during the day. It's not the class schedule of being a classroom teacher. Yes it's really different types of schedule. Full days off in the middle of the week. Sometimes i've the face to face. Teaching in the fall is a couple of hours a week but then again their service. There's all the committees sitting on The school the university and then all of course dissertation committees and then there's all the research and publication and suddenly all those side projects counted. Because i know you're involved a lot of these side projects you know. All those suddenly are be that counts at the university level. Oh i love that. I do all the side. It's like wow i can. I can write a book or i can do. Research about games. You know are all these things that already interests me and they count for my work. That became very exciting. But it's yeah. It's nice to have the free time i can go pick up my son from school or i can like you know. I can do random things sometimes during the day. If i need to but then again you're always on the clock out. It's always writing all the time you know and it's even worse than amplify chocolate by games and experiences. You know you can go to disneyland and like wow. This is really interesting. I can't stop thinking about this. So one of the things you just pointed out there and it might lead into what. I was kind of thinking of having to next. But you talked about the main thing being the moving from the classroom traditional classroom into professorship and academia being the.
"north dakota" Discussed on OnEducation
"I mean it is difficult to stay on it. What they are doing and the manipulations of the board and on these just. There's some scape. The skate parks themselves that they're using. It's just terrifying. How bad you could actually hurt yourself. Even the way that they bail and only slightly hurt themselves is is also very athletic and skill intensive so it was a little off putting. I genuinely was a little off putting seeing them wearing ear buds in an olympic sport but then i thought it was like who cares like the moment. Okay that's weird. But really who cares. And i think a lot of the people complaining about skateboarding like just stopped watching. 'cause they're to me. There's no world in which you watched someone skateboard and do at that level and go. How on earth did they make skateboard. Go in the air but there's nothing holding it. They're just they're on it and this is one in the air. I don't get it. it's magic it's beyond my capabilities. My dad is probably the. The quintessential old crotchety man. And he's not really old enough to be as crotchety as he is but he is and he'll listen to this. Tell me that he's offended by these comments. And i don't care and he said oh. Yeah okay so we actually watched it for a little bit. And i won't admit i was pretty impressed. See my old man can be impressed by its. Yeah it's just too cool. It's yes it's super cool and it again. That's kind of one of the great things. I think about the olympics themselves. I wasn't exactly what it'd be watching it or anything. I turned it on and there was some weird sport was adamant and we my wife and i love badminton and we're like look watch. These people play badminton. This is not. This is not your backyard badminton. This is insane Same thing with table tennis and just some of these other sports that it's just people have become these just amazing athletes in and are able to go at a display their skills every four years and my by youngest son especially has been fascinated with just all these strange jewish kennedy sports like like. We're trying to figure out okay. What are the rules here. Even the skateboarding. Thank you know where you have certain amount for your runs. You could do the trick parts you know whatever might be so superfund. I'm glad that it happened because it was canceled from last year. Obviously and then now it's on this year And of course people left. Watch the the main sports the gymnastics. I suppose basketball. I'm not sure maybe swimming. I'm not sure you know what she's wearing is kind of a big one in the summer. I feel like it's a big summer and gymnastics is always up there so i not huge into the olympics. I think it's fine. Whatever i don't stake in a stock in my my my patriotism. In how many medals we get and but i will say. See skateboarding on there. It was pretty cool. I'm yeah that's that's kick butt kicked. But so usually mike ni- i wanted to bring you into and i was thinking about this podcast itself. The john roberts was on a different podcast being interviewed for the ed tech bites. Podcast i was doing it in spanish and we were talking about obviously at tech and specifically this case about game based learning and micro but i was as as we were doing the interview. Posted avails like what is on education really about threads so there is a bunch of different stuff in one of the topics that usually are what are the sources of discussions. Usually is edgy twitter. Whether for the good or the bad for everything else in between you know as far as the thing goes and this week is is is no surprise. We're bringing in a few different topics in the first one was something that i know. We've talked about several times on the podcast. I think it was related to this teacher. That had this room. That was basically a harry potter. Themed room and it was like someone snapped their figured..
"north dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"Legislation That data privacy legislation though is outward from the state government. I again as i spoke about a while ago. Right internally within state government were already securing arcada. Ready categorizing Our data and making it usable by our agencies ir citizens so we already have that level of governments within the within the four walls of the state But i think that that that legislation around data privacy and how it can be leveraged. By is i i as i as i read the national review for example on around data privacy rights. It's it's beginning to coalesce even more and the inning. Two people are beginning to see the realities The bad of what can happen with data privacy if you read books like Weapons of mass destruction or human compatible. Right you can see kind of some of the bad things can happen if you don't have good governance transparency audibility and explain ability in place So i think that in my mind that technology is certainly certainly Morphine and becoming more usable. More pervasive more ambient if you will but also think that governance is going to going to have to assume that same same Audibility explain ability and transparency and become more ambient as well yeah. We reported that book. Weapons of mass destruction so we always encourage our listeners to to check out books definitely check that out and i am very excited for autonomous vehicles. So i'll have to keep an eye on. What north dakota is doing. So that i don't need to ever drive again. What dorming thank you so much for joining us today on this podcast absolutely. It's been my pleasure. I'm i'm I'm thrilled that. I got to brag about north dakota again. I came from saint louis. And i was actually one of those people who said sure. I'll move to north dakota. That sounds like fun So i think that we've got a great state. We're we're doing some amazing things here And i i say keep an eye out And keep watching. Because we're we're we're going to change the world. Yes definitely we know that you have a very technologically savvy governor as well so hopefully we'll get the chance to interview him one day so So again we want to thank you so much for listening to this podcast and dorman for being are very gracious guest. Who had a lot to say on the subject today. i'm listeners. If you've enjoyed listening to this podcast please make sure to rate us on. Itunes google spotify or your favorite podcast platform as always will post any articles in concepts discussed in the show notes including a link to the a in government panel that dorman participated on as well to linked to our machine learning life cycle event. Thanks for listening. And we'll catch you at the next podcast and that's a wrap for today to download this episode. Find additional episodes and transcripts. Subscribe to our newsletter. And more please visit our website at cognreznick dot com. Join the discussion between podcasts. On the ai today facebook group and make sure to join the cognreznick facebook page for updates on this and future podcasts. Also subscribe to our podcast in itunes. Google play elsewhere to get notified. A future episodes. Want to support this podcast and get your message out to our listeners. Then become a sponsor we offer significant benefits for today sponsors including promotion in the podcast and landing page an opportunity to be a guest on the today show for more information on sponsorship visit. The cog delivered a website and click on the podcast link. This sound recording and its contents is copyright by melinda. All rights reserved music by matsu graabo's as always. Thanks for listening to a today. Amateur at the next podcast..
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"And cognitive technology markets. How different are applying. Ai and emerging concepts and an machine learning long story short if you want to understand how a is being put into practice today and we're just heading. Please make sure to subscribe to the podcast. On your favorite podcast provider and listen to our hundreds of episodes. So we have a great guests for you here today and kathleen will introduce and welcome him here. Yes so today with us. Our guest is dorman basell. Who is the chief data officer for the state of north dakota so high doormen and thanks for joining us today. Kathleen ron thank you for the opportunity. Either to hang out with you guys for a little bit. Yeah we'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background. And your current role as the chief data officer for the state of north dakota. Sure sure well. Good morning everyone So my my background is You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else When i lived in saint louis you. It was kind of a requirement. You had to work for mcdonnell. Douglas which is now boeing corporation. So did that for it. But but then after a while Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the Consulting ranked says developer and they as a project manager is the data architect the solution architect and then finally got into a position of driving business intelligence and analytics for a couple of large international consulting firms where ran their north america. Big data and the i practice And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to Our customers which was private industry And had great teams Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer At first i really didn't want position Didn't like the idea of state government state government has has a bad connotation Of kind of a nine to five job And a people people who just weren't really motivated to To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly Who i interviewed with his his final comment to me was well. I can't pay what you make today. But are you wanna paycheck or do want to change the world. And i had never thought about life that way. Never tried to change the world and So i decided to take on this opportunity This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns Certainly certainly my presence Was a bit chaotic for the organization. Because i came in with a completely different agenda and completely different way of looking at the world through the eyes of the pillars that are assigned a line to me which application development and automation. And the second pillar is data analytics data science artificial intelligence and had some very different opinions about those things. And how we might move those forward So as i became involved with this role i became an. I had made an assumption that every state had a chief data officer come to find out there are only twenty seven of us out of fifty states So it's it's an interesting It's an interesting mix of of individuals who are chief data officers and getting to know them is. It has been a really amazing opportunity because they have such a very backgrounds and they bring such such different perspectives to cheap date officer role I like to joke and tell people that the last thing i focus on data which is obviously not true but but my real focus is really around cultural change within the city physician and what that means in the context of not not necessarily data. Because i have to executives are on my team who Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization. My my role is really focused around partnering with the cto or chief customer success officer and our chief information security officer around. How do we do. We changed the nature of how we use data. Let's make data usable As you can imagine in in state government As in as in any organization that i've i watched through in my thirty two thirty three years of of doing this kind of work I hear the same three things. My data quality is bad. I don't know where my data comes from on my business on excel spreadsheets That that mantra exists here We're slowly changing that. I think we do a better job than a lot of industries and and other groups that i've seen At corralling that at changing that culture and focus focusing people on actually being us data. We've got a ways to go but in the two and a half years since i've been here I think we've made some some great strides in the way. We're starting to us and think about data. Yeah that's really interesting because it's a little surprising. Only twenty seven of the fifty states have a chief data officer gets formally defined although it actually see officer role itself is fairly new so maybe not totally surprising. I'm wondering what percentage of fortune one thousand companies. I'm hoping it's much higher percentage but also people may not be aware that you know. North dakota has a pretty deep technology bench. I mean you have a governor there who who basically joined great plains and road that company gigantically and became chairman of the board last seen and lots of other companies. That's a pretty fairly interesting technology bench. And i think that's really really neat That we have technology roles that are that understand the role of technology and understand the nuances of data And i think that's fantastic and you actually shared some of those insights at an ai in government event that we ran last month december twenty twenty. Which is available if you go to a i in government dot com and you look for the past Episodes if you will the past sessions december We had a great panel of chief. Data officers of which doorman was part and he shared. You shared some really interesting insights into With your experiences as a chief data officer for the state of north dakota so for those maybe on the podcast that we want to encourage them to watch that that full panel or maybe provide a little bit of insight. You know maybe you could share some of those things that you shared with us if you can remember some of those great things about the experiences of of being. Ceo at the state.
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"north dakota" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Glad to be here. Behind the microphone, facilitating a conversation with a couple of great authors. Today we're also talking about the coal wind wind cold debate, which for some is becoming an all or nothing battle in North Dakota. Right now, that's that's not the North could away is it? I hope there's another way. So we're going to talk about that today as well. North cones for comprehensive energy solutions is a group that certainly advocates for when development but they're they're they're They're pro energy. So am I. I am On for all of the above. I really am. And I and I look at it from a very North Dakota perspective. By that, I mean What's best for North Dakota North Dakotans. Which energy resource is our best. In other words. The oil industry, which I think is Underappreciated in so many ways in our great state. I can't even tell you Maybe it will be a little more appreciated now. That the revenue The Golden Goose. Has been put in. But if the oil industry had A canvas and said, Just draw things exactly like you'd have them too. Be able to Employ.
"north dakota" Discussed on Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery
"Hello and welcome to. Let's talk a series of award winning podcast produced in brought to you by the Hazelton Betty Ford Foundation. Each podcast focuses on a topic related to addiction to alcohol and other drugs from prevention research treatment current events trends advocacy and of course recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs. I'm your host William Warriors and today our topic is personal stories public advocacy. I can't think of anyone who best represents this in our guest Catherine Burgum. Welcome Catherine thank you so much for having me here today. Well and as we as we are here at the Ford Center in February of Twenty Twenty. I want just recognize this moment. By giving you a medallion because yesterday was a big day for you. This is so cool. Thank you so much. How many numbers? So this is my eighteen. Sit My year eighteen of sobriety so my eighteenth sobriety birthday today yesterday. Actually so thank you. So much for this amazing medallion. I'm so grateful and that's thoughtful of you. Who team years ago. What what what. What was your bottom eighteen years ago. My bottom was you know not being able to look at myself in the Mirror. Complete loss of of self respect And I you know Decided I needed to make a change and And I was able to do that. Eighteen years ago and walk this path of recovery sobriety. I'm so grateful. How did you know that you have a problem? What what was that moment? That said I'm not doing this the right way. Well I could achieve almost any goal. I'd set for myself in my life but I could not stop drinking. You know no matter how many drunk episodes I would have or struggles or you know mornings Hong over I just. I just not stop drinking. And so that's how I knew. I knew I needed help. And I knew I needed to really make a change in my life And did you seek treatment or just walk into a recovery path? I went down a record both actually I. I did go to treatment but I also Went down the recovery path and found like minded people that I could take this journey with. And you've been on that journey for a long time but one of the fascinating dynamics of your recovery journey which. I'm sure you hadn't really anticipated back when you started at eighteen years ago. Was that Five years ago or so. Your husband was elected. The Governor of North Dakota. That's right that makes you diverse lady of North Dakota the First Lady of North Dakota and so there you are suddenly very public persona in the state of North Dakota and not long after that nationally but very quickly Catherine you recognize the unique opportunity you had to have the public platform and a personal experience and to combine that personal story with public advocacy. Talk about that for our audience. Well early on in my time as first lady Spent time trying to decide you know what would I do? What could I be really passionate about and you know? It didn't take me long like a hot second to decide you. You know because of my own recovery. I you know this was the path I needed to go down especially related to eliminating the stigma of addiction. And you know what I heard you speak a few months before that and you said the best way to eliminate the stigma of addiction is to just talk about very simple solution and I basically took up that idea and made it part of my platform. And that's what I'm doing and so early in my time first lady. I did an interview with the newspaper and You know they just wanted to get to know the first lady and five minutes for the interview. I told my husband. I was going to talk about my recovery which I had not done really publicly for fifteen years at that point. And how did that go that day? When you sat down with the reporter and really revealed the essence of who you are How did that go? It was a huge weight. Lifted off my shoulders. Yes you know because I have a disease you know I figured out. I have a brain disease and I shouldn't have to carry this burden on my shoulders of keeping keeping silent about it. You know but the stigma is what kept me there for most of my recovery and kept me from seeking treatment And getting help for over twenty years so It was such a huge relief to really be able to talk about it and You know my husband was super supportive. Rooney Talk Oh yeah. He's he's very supportive and he believes that the more we talk about it to more. We're able to eliminate the
"north dakota" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"North Dakota broadcasters association and the station another great day of high school sports in the Fargo Moorhead area as the Moorhead spuds advance to the section eight for a play off of the seventy five seventy two win over the Brainerd warriors and while they will take on buffalo high school down at sea cloud tech one step closer to the section eight for a championship game maple Grove awaits the winner of Rogers in St Michael Albertville in the other half of the bracket excuse me now to clear some confusion there was an upset in the first round of the EDC tournament so we'll go through the games as they go from top to bottom the number one seed Fargo Davies eagles rolled to a ninety seven seventy five win over Fargo north while devils lake the force he took out west Fargo seventy two sixty four so on Thursday Fargo north will open the days of playing away against west Fargo at two PM at the shack in the other half of the bracket west Fargo Sheyenne cruised to a win over Fargo south ninety to fifty three so they advance and they will play the Shanley deacons to pull the upset in the first round sixty took out the number three seed so those two teams will match up in the other semi final in the other consolation bracket game Fargo south will take on Grand Forks Red River that game will be at three forty five sold the winner's bracket looks like this on Thursday Fargo Davies advances take on devils lake in a good match up there at five thirty in the winter there will have to qualify for the state tournament and looked to be the eats ECT a number one seed if they cannot keep advancing west Fargo Sheyenne will face the Stanley deacons at seven fifteen in the late game on Thursday with the winner that can obviously qualifying for the state tournament but don't worry for the two teams that lose on Thursday evening they still have a state qualifier game against the winners of those first two games Fargo north west Fargo winner will take on the loser of Cheyenne and Stanley for one state qualifier berth in Fargo shop south in Grand Forks Red River winner will take on the loser of Fargo Davies and devils lake so a lot of great bass on that side I know that a big game James McCarty I have covered a lot of that recently and it's been a lot of fun but our Thursday evening game looks like it's going to be Norman county east slash U. N. that hindered all as they hope park host part Christian in a section six eighty game I believe I could be mistaken on the sections but that's what I think N. buffalo obviously closed out Elk River so stay tuned on Thursday for that game so that's all we have tonight let's Spencer Jost the gift himself has anything to add we've got another great game on Thursday so check this out game time will be at seven PM I believe and thanks for joining us here on M. eleven hundred the flag for tonight's broadcast.
"north dakota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In North Dakota what a radio in his or her I mean I'm Gerry McNamara eight six six ninety right I we go to Greg in Indianapolis Greg welcome you're about ready to welcome to the show hi thanks for having me Hey I was just a email I did support the press not reliable and all that but you know it looks a little fishy that if he so innocent everything so perfect hall and everything why would you just so say Hey yeah Mister Bolton Mr Mulvaney everybody whoever they want talk to take these documents there might just go clear my need to clear my name I mean that'll make him look guilty actually said that but not so well because the house because the Democrats created the rules in the house that's why I said over the weekend in the Senate he wants a trial in the Senate he's willing to go walk right but here's a great all right great all right by the way right but by the way by the way I don't believe you voted for trump by them I believe you started out this is what with that statement as most people do but the fat and I and I know you didn't I know you're not a conservative because what you're saying is he looks guilty if he doesn't voluntary allowed voluntarily allow everybody to testify right and that that allow Adam Schiff to control everything right that that that doesn't come from somebody who believes in due process right number one the prosecution has to come up with the evidence what you're saying is they can be on a fishing trip and trump has to cooperate completely I know every fishing trip that they do right after they just went through a two and a half your fishing trip what the president did cooperate and allow everybody to testify and still you have them stating and the person who was the lead investigator stating that you still colluded with the Russians to hack or change the outcome of the election yeah what you should be saying is if Adam Schiff really believes the president is guilty he should go to the proper channels to make sure that this thing is on the up and up yeah and have no fear of going to court to force Bolton or anyone else.
"north dakota" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"North Dakota he is turning on Gerry McNamara eight six six nine the right I let's go to Dave in Tennessee about the Mahler testimony yesterday Dave welcome you're in but I'm ready to welcome to the show high Hey thanks for ever made just wanna make a point here I think one of the Democrats favorite points they're going to be talking about tomorrow and all week is is when ship to ship kept asking well can president trump be indicted for X. Y. and Z. I think three things after he's president and more each time quickly wrist replied yes yes very calm yes all right in my mind went straight to all he is saying yes to is the fact that he can be indicted for anything after he I took the post yes I do I took that as a hypothetical and to back up the back up that I took it as a hypothetical he has never convinced anybody that there's obstruct while he's convinced Democrats but they did you know I convincing but there is no evidence of obstruction of justice so you know he is so I that's why I took it as a hypothetical from him because it sounded like a hypothetical so yeah I would I wasn't directly asked do you recommend that he be indicted all right what do you think yeah exactly and and believe me you've got to parse every single word in it but because if you're talk if you're talking about this in a in a legal sense which again what they're trying to say I don't peach man is not a legal process of the political process but to get there what they're trying to say is a Donald Trump committed a criminal act that is you know that's when you get into the legal terms here which is why the Republicans seem to spend a lot of time for example on collusion versus conspiracy and all that because it seems as if Mahler is trying to not never get two specific but just to generally put out that on brawl that trump might have committed a criminal act but we're not going to get into the discussion the minutia of the legalese of whether he did or not well you can't do that as a prosecutor that's ridiculous either either the evidence was there the evidence is yeah one thing I would would have wished a Republican gonna Aston as a follow up is good Bill Clinton be indicted for X. Y. or Z. eight yes because he's no longer president I'm well Obama I don't well you first have to ask the question are we talking about can this per as you said earlier thank you you know would you indict this president after words are you talking in a hypothetical and of course that was that was never asked thanks so much appreciated eight six six ninety right I we go to Daryn in New Mexico Derren welcome your and read I radio welcome to the show high Derren Hey are you don it's great show as always thanks yeah I just wanted to I just wanted to bring up but I think it's a really good point it was noted on how old Mullard contradicted himself okay and then there was plenty of times that he alluded to that was not within this purview right well you know I if you were a call way back when it when all this started before Mahler was even appointed as special prosecutor it so much Republicans run the Senate Democrats also wondering whether there was collusion and now I remember that day we kept saying they were going to appoint a special prosecutor and he was gonna be unencumbered to go where ever criminality that let him and actually shows with manic or that he did that yes and so I don't understand how he keeps alluding to not within his purview when it was well reported well throughout the media that he was not gonna have any hang ups in any direction that he where he was going to have a wide range of variety to go anywhere that he saw a bit where criminality which was coming up on his investigation right and that was a member there you know yeah well yeah because that was part of the edict that he was given by the the the justice department that he was to look for collusion from the trump campaign and any possible crimes that came as a result of that investigation so yeah we were we remember it the fact that he says like I said the fact that he did because you're referring I'm sure to that last audio card where he said will that happen before me and we didn't go back we did with manta for I just sat there and looked and this relates directly to the this relates to directly to the allegation of collusion which everything came from the dossier and that's why we've cited for the last year if he doesn't go down the road of the dossier if he doesn't do that then you know he's this was a political investigation and not a criminal justice investigation exactly innocent at all click to kill your that he says it was selected its purview although he was allowed to go in and slated to go anywhere they wanted to and then now that he has done this testimony tied in what was he the the pace of the investigation I want to really run by these Democrats behind that they didn't they didn't take out any of the criminality that was going on yeah absolutely just out of time eight six six ninety right I it's time for your national forecast monsoon moisture will produce a marginal threat for flash flooding in the four corners region over the next several days we have gradual keep.
"north dakota" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Accent. It's I mean, it's I think it's countries. No, you're right. New York comes into forty fourth. What about North Dakota? Where does that lend you just trying to number nine calling out top? I'll give you. I'll give you. Yes. I'll give you the top ten number. Ten is Brazilian Portuguese. Number nine, south US avai roll tide number eight Spanish number seven. French number six Scottish. Accent. What it's I mean. It's I think it's countries all know, New York comes into forty fourth. What about North Dakota? Where does that lend you just?.
"north dakota" Discussed on Bunny Ears
"I shot a Coyote before. Yes. Why? Because it's in pest because it's terrible is gonna eat someone's cat if I don't shoot with what gun you saw Coyote with a gun fuck out of a gun in year. No, actually, well, you could tell listening. Yes. Yes. Well, I'm gonna go owner my lady friend, and she also has a like she's registered to conceal carry a like instantly like On. Kay. She can't. She can't. Yeah. She could carry a gun concealed in California. You walk through the door right now. They have names and everything the guns do. Yes, mazing. Yeah. No. She actually owns AR fifteen it's like ill m sixty kind of thing again. I'll yet it's guys like date night blast them. Not yet. Actually, we haven't gone shooting. You know, what I'm going to make a note of that? But yet, I do know my way around guns. I'm not it's funny. When she first started telling me about that usually all good owner, and I couldn't going really LeBron. You are my tone, these ones betraying the reason I said that the reason I was like in Canada. Nobody's a gun owner. We don't like when I grew up in high school. I saw eleven there was there was none of none of my friends. Glad glad to learn to live on campus. Amazing. My friends parents had had guns. Whereas here, you know, probably half and half or. Yeah. I mean, I think it depends. I mean, I think there might be this like we're consensus with Canadian like you to thing that Americans, like, alone, guns, or whatever. Like, no, she's actually kind of an exception. But that kind of thing. She's a single lady right living in a big town. I don't begrudge her for owning a gun got. That's why wouldn't you telling me like, really? Then all of a sudden, I was like my tones portraying me, I understand why you're why you've got you made that life choice kind of thing. I it's I've gone hunting before. Not with her uncle's from North Dakota, North Dakota. And that's why I've like you because look you can do deer hunting and pheasant hunting all kind of stuff and they have seasons. Right. Coyote Kayo season all year round because nobody fucking Leixoes thing. Those things are the rat of the planes. They're pests they kill your cattle. Look you've been one hundred thousand dollars on this conversation 'cause I just posted something on like ring the ring. No, I don't ring is this thing where you get a little Cameron contacts you on your phone like if a rings you the camera goes office passes in front of the camera, whatever. Okay. And it was also the ring community where you can tell your neighbors about suspicious things in the neighborhood someone posted about a Coyote in and I was all the Coyote alone. Great those those those things will eat your cat will eat your cat. Fuck with your dog. They'll go since you're. Pests their pets. I had no problem like shooting that Fugger also crooked wrecked. Shot say, I he didn't I right in the heart. It was two hundred yards out gorgeous. This. It was in North Dakota, North Dakota, North Dakota and thing is we don't have to. Usually asked for permission. If you're gonna hunt on somebody's property, it's my uncle already had asked everybody in his entire town. Do you mind if you're someone and Coyote problems, so you're allowed to gun and he's going to kill Liz, listen, all of a sudden, you're sitting in your living. You're here. A shot. It's all that's berry berry, shootings and coyotes. Always there with his nephews there shooting coyotes. But he she told me a story once where he said he was hunting at night and isn't hundred ninety more because of this. And so he was trying to like, you know. Full moon, turn to that kind of hunting. And he heard he could see it in front of him. And you heard how behind him then he heard a howl on the other side. And next thing, you know, he is surrounded by coyotes. They're hunting him all of a sudden. And now he actually hit a pull at a sidearm. A true story. This is a true story and he had to like.
"north dakota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"In North Dakota. It's Red Eye Radio. Eight six six ninety redeye he is Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. So I'm I'm happy that joy Behar was honest that, you know, we'll smear anybody because the goal is to the reason we jump to conclusions is because we don't like Trump, right? We want to get Trump out of office desperate to get him out of office desperate to get him out of office. So anything goes alley. We knew that. But at least she's saying, that's the point. Yeah. I mean, because when we say, we'll get criticized once in a while, we'll say, no Democrats say that's that you know, say that's a secretly in. You know, we've said that you know, when when the late Ed Schultz said that and that goes back way before Trump was even in office. Right. Whatever you gotta do do it. And we know that a significant portion of Democrats and liberals and those in the media believe the same thing. They've said it. Joy Behar set it. You know, and the media keeps getting burned, but they don't care. They don't care. Tomorrow's a new day. Actually, the next story is the next story. I mean, you know, an hour later they're on something else. They could burned. They don't care. Getting burned on on Cohen. How many times on Cohen alone? Well, two or three they don't care because they're not journalists. Right. They're not after the truth. They admitted their activists. Right..
"north dakota" Discussed on WJR 760
"North Dakota. It's Red Eye Radio. Eight six six ninety redeye he is her curly, and I'm Gary McNamara. So I'm I'm happy that joy Behar was honest. Yeah. That, you know, we'll smear anybody because the goal is to the reason we jump to conclusions is because we don't like Trump, right? We want to get Trump out of office desperate to get him out of office desperate to get him out of office. So anything goes now, we we knew that. But at least she's saying it, that's the point. Yeah. I mean because when we say, we'll get criticized once in a while, we'll say no Democrats say that's that say that's secretly in. You know, we've said that you know, when when the late add Schultz said that an echoes back way before Trump was even in office. Right. Whatever you gotta do do it. And we know that significant portion of Democrats and liberals and those in the media believe the same thing. They've set it. Joy Behar set it. You know, and the media keeps getting burned, but they don't care. They don't care. Tomorrow's a new day. Actually, the next story is the next story. I mean, you know, an hour later there on something else. They get burnt. They don't care. In burned on on Cohen. How many times on Cohen alone? Well, two or three they don't care because they're not journalists. Right. They're not after the truth. They admitted their activists. Right. You know, we talked.
"north dakota" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"North Dakota. Radio. He's Eric Harley and I'm Gary McNamara. Eight six six ninety redeye just very quickly because we're talking about how you know, the let the demonization of Trump, and and all this, and I just happened to come by Matthew wall Walters article in the week, the the nation's longest running liberal publication. Let me just read the first part of it here various commentators in publications including some of the week dot com. Ready declared Donald Trump the worst president in American history. This seems to be need to be wrong headed and not just because I've certain is giving about the idea of presidential rankings. But I can say without hesitation that Trump is not only far from our worst president but much better a much better one than both of his immediate presence predecessors, low both Obama, and George W Bush Bush getting, you know, the all the wars and everything else in from isn't headed in that direction. And Obama goes look, it was just we stated it was ObamaCare, but that was a stopgap, and it actually just was a giveaway to the insurance companies says a liberal as a as a liberal saying, it's ridiculous. And he talks about Trump on trade, Saint Trump's got it. Exactly right in really the way that the Democratic Party is always looked at trade that we should have tariffs. We should have restrictions. We need to get out of this globalist. Ben talal. And it's exactly what we have said that Trump in many ways has appealed to what the traditional liberal would've liked that. They hate him so much that he's the worst president ever. And it's interesting to see in the world's longest running liberal publication the week. They're saying that Trump is a better president that Obama and Bush war, right?.
"north dakota" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Available in North Dakota. Eight six six ninety redeye you know, the one thing when when Romney yesterday attempting to defend himself saying that the country is more divided than ever ever under under Trump tests, as you said in needs to be made clear again that reason is not because of Trump. No, Trump was elected because that divide existed and one side of that divide believed that their political party was not fighting hard enough for their interests end of story that Trump is a result of a divided nation. Not the cause of the divided nation. We are divided because we have. Extreme differences in philosophy with the other side as to how to run the country and how the country should be run. Right. And that's where Romney is dead wrong. And there's nothing wrong about being a divided nation. Saint a divided nation is Ron now. It's reality. Well, when you look at it too. If if you're gonna lay down like a Romney would do and then just play nice. What happens well policies like sanctuary state policies policies that have in that same state that say you can spend a year in jail for using the wrong pronoun, those types of policies become the norm because you start saying things like, well, we need to consider people's feelings and be nice. No, we need to tell the truth. Think matters. It's the only thing that matters a ton of people don't wanna hear the truth. No, they don't. And when you don't wanna hear the truth, and some people want the truth, you're going to have a divided nation that you're going to have a divided society because of that. And there's nothing wrong with a divided society. Why it's the reality of human nature. Right. They're all over the planet, by the way. Yeah..