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Fresh update on "north dakota" discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"You get you have a few options with that second and you and i've talked about the running back side of things to if he's there if najji harasses there you and i both like him. That's an interesting one work with the patriots as a dance partner on. That's an interesting one to me. Let me ask you this ac. This far as as far as going to pro days in these quarterbacks and some of these top players do you have a list. Exactly of how of who. All george payton's pro days. Where did he go exactly. I do let me pull it up. Who rice here. So he he has been on the field field level for trae. Land and north dakota's stay. He's been to south carolina's pro day. Where of course. Jc horn was a guy. He got to see in person who did very well. He was penn state's where you have mica parson. He.
Fresh update on "north dakota" discussed on WBUR Programming
"Hiding information about a former officer and accusations of child sex abuse. We get reactions from Boston City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo on Capitol Hill. The pushes for massive spending bills, including infrastructure and gun control, no matter how long it takes. We're gonna get these past. Assistant Speaker Katherine Clark joins us and conversations about pandemic weight gain and body mass index have been painful for many, and they can be harmful Eating habits may have shifted exercise habits may have shifted. Bodies have changed because my body's changing response to stress and that's normal. But in our culture, we demonized that. How can we have a different conversation? Join us at 1 804 to 38255 Next on WB, you ours. Radio Boston. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying police in Minnesota are now confirming that they believe in officer accidentally discharged her gun and caused the death of a young African American man yesterday. Police chief Tim Gannon says it appears he officer had intended to deploy a Taser instead of her gun. When Don t right, attempted to flee a traffic stop. The officer's reaction was captured in this recording off police body camera. All right. Oh, The officer has been placed on administrative leave. Police say they'd stop to write for operating a vehicle with expired tags and having an air freshener dangling from the rearview mirror, which is illegal in Minnesota. Police say they were attempting to arrest right after the system flagged him for an outstanding warrant when he jumped back into his vehicle. The encounter prompted protests overnight in the city, already emotionally charged over a former police officers trial for the death of George Floyd last year. More than three million people a day are being given Cove in 19 vaccines in this country. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. Some states say they need more supplies, while other areas of the U. S have unfilled appointments. In Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking for extra doses of vaccine given the surgeon cases in her state yet in other areas of the country, such as Mississippi appointments are not filling up in some locations. Player. Hannon of the Association of Immunization Managers points to efforts around the country to reach out directly to people who may be hesitant, including going door to door and Alaska and in North Dakota having primary care doctors reach out to their patients. Hopefully, that is making a difference, but we're just kind of reaching that point where supply is ahead of demand In some areas, Some experts say 80% of the population needs to be protected to reach herd immunity. But currently only 22% of the total population in the U. S. Is fully vaccinated. Allison Aubrey NPR news After more than three months of lockdown, England continues to reopen today. Pubs with beer gardens included. Here's NPR's Frank Langfitt. Some pubs open their doors just after midnight here at the Carlton Tavern. Locals lined up before new Rob Smith works in I T and he lives nearby. I lived around here for about 40 years. This pub was where I had my first point very, very long time ago and Rob Hold real. I was supposed to be 18. Oh my, I mean, tiny bit younger. This pub's part of my history, and I'm so excited. It's open the game. The contents re opening was doubly celebratory, a real estate developer illegally knock down the historic pub in 2015. And in a rare victory for preservationists, local officials ordered rebuilt brick by brick. So these customers are drinking here for the first time in six years. Frank Langfitt NPR news Called in Tavern. London This is NPR news. This is 90.9. W B. You are my I'm Jack Left ers in Boston. Today's game between the Red Sox and twins in Minneapolis has been postponed. Twins say they made the decision not to play out of respect for Dante, right. He is the black man who was shot and killed by police yesterday afternoon in a Minneapolis suburb during a traffic stop. The killing has led to protests in the area. The twins say it is not in the best interest of fans. Players or the community to play baseball today. Boston City Council's issuing a subpoena for information from the Police Department about its response to accusations of child molestation against a former officer and police union president. Patrick Rose is charged with sexually abusing six Children. The Boston Globe reports. An internal investigation in 1995 found evidence that Rose broke the law after a previous molestation complaint. But he was Nonetheless still allowed to stay on the force. He denies wrongdoing. Campbell is the City Council is also calling for it an external investigation into the actions of the police department. What it calls a cover up of alleged crimes. Boston police, meantime, are asking anyone with information about the shooting death of a 73 year old Dorchester grandmother over the weekend to contact them. Lowest. Brown was sitting on her front porch Saturday when she was struck and killed by a stray bullet. State health officials say federal legislation will make even more people eligible for subsidized health insurance in Massachusetts, the head of the Massachusetts Health connector, Louise Gutierrez, says. Starting in July. People who are unemployed this year can access connector plans with no premium payments, he says. People.
Fresh update on "north dakota" discussed on Here and Now
"Of Michigan. Also, the prosecution in the Derrick Show Vin Trial wraps up today amid protests from another police involved shooting in a Minneapolis suburb and in writing his Oscar nominated score for Defied Blood's composer Terence Blanchard was inspired by the work of stars Delroy Lindo and Chadwick Boseman. For that I was watching the film and Kept sending myself writing the music for that. Don't blow that vibe don't blow the rhythm of that. The news is first. Live from NPR news. I'm Laxmi saying police in Minnesota are now confirming that they believe in officer accidentally discharged her gun and caused the death of a young African American man yesterday. Police chief Tim Gannon says it appears the officer had intended to deploy a Taser instead of her gun. When Don t right, attempted to flee a traffic stop. The officer's reaction was captured in this recording off police body camera. All right time. Whoa! The officer has been placed on administrative leave. Police say they'd stop to write for operating a vehicle with expired tags and having an air freshener dangling from the rearview mirror, which is illegal in Minnesota. Police say they were attempting to arrest right after the system flagged him for an outstanding warrant when he jumped back into his vehicle. The encounter prompted protests overnight in the city, already emotionally charged over a former police officers trial for the death of George Floyd last year. More than three million people a day are being given Cove in 19 vaccines in this country. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. Some states say they need more supplies, while other areas of the U. S have unfilled appointments. In Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking for extra doses of vaccine given the surgeon cases in her state yet in other areas of the country, such as Mississippi appointments are not filling up in some locations. Clear. Hannon of the Association of Immunization Managers points to efforts around the country to reach out directly to people who may be hesitant, including going door to door and Alaska and in North Dakota having primary care doctors reach out to their patients. Hopefully, that is making a difference, but we're just kind of reaching that point where supply is ahead of demand In some areas, Some experts say 80% of the population needs to be protected to reach herd immunity. But currently only 22% of the total population in the U. S. Is fully vaccinated. Allison Aubrey NPR news After more than three months of lockdown, England continues to reopen today. Pubs with beer gardens included. Here's NPR's Frank.
Fresh update on "north dakota" discussed on Here & Now
"Oh, The officer has been placed on administrative leave. Police say they'd stop to write for operating a vehicle with expired tags and having an air freshener dangling from the rearview mirror, which is illegal in Minnesota. Police say they were attempting to arrest right after the system flagged him for an outstanding warrant when he jumped back into his vehicle. The encounter prompted protests overnight in a city already emotionally charged over a former police officers trial for the death of George Floyd last year. More than three million people a day are being given Cove in 19 vaccines in this country. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports. Some states say they need more supplies, while other areas of the U. S have unfilled appointments. In this again Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking for extra doses of vaccine given the surgeon cases in her state. Yet in other areas of the country, such as Mississippi appointments are not filling up in some locations. Clear Hannon of the Association of Immunization Managers points to efforts around the country to reach out directly to people who may be hesitant, including going door to door and Alaska and in North Dakota having primary care doctors reach out to their patients. Hopefully, that is making a difference, but we're just kind of Reaching that point where supply is ahead of demand in some areas. Some experts say 80% of the population needs to be protected to reach herd immunity. But currently only 22% of the total population in the U. S is fully vaccinated. Allison Aubrey NPR NEWS After more than three months of lockdown, England continues to reopen today. Pubs with beer gardens included. Here's NPR's Frank Langfitt. Some pubs open their doors just after midnight here at the Carlton Tavern. Locals lined up before new Rob Smith.
Wildfire in Theodore Roosevelt National Park triples in size
"The North Dakota Forest Service says firefighters working to further contain a wildfire in Theodore Roosevelt National Park that tripled in size on Easter. Who's working through the night Sunday in an area of the park with the fire threatens the C C C
Why There Is A Change Coming To Your Local Weather Forecast
"There is a change coming to your local weather forecast next month. The data that it's based on will be updated that will make the warmer climate literally. The new normal here's npr's jennifer. Ludden weather forecasters work off a thirty year average and it gets updated every decade right now. What's normal for temperature and precipitation is based on nineteen eighty one to two thousand ten. That's why we've all gotten used to this. Well temperatures for your friday. We'll be running about ten degrees than normal seven degrees above average yesterday. Look into tomorrow above. Normal temperatures will the past decade. Was one of the hottest on record mike. Pilecki of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration says that will show up in the new averages called climate normals. They'll drop the eighties and wrap in the twenty tens. It was a very substantial upward trend in temperatures especially along the west coast of south and along the east coast. He says there were exceptions. Oh you can go to fargo north dakota. That would be a place where it's actually cooled a little bit if that's your interest especially in the springtime but the fastest warming places. We'll see a real bump up in their averages. Amber sellin is chief. Meteorologist at abc fifteen phoenix. Where she says last summer was incredibly hot. We set a record of fifty three days at one hundred. Ten degrees or hotter. The previous record was thirty three days so it wasn't even close what's more she says. In the entire past decade phoenix did not said a single record for low temperature now oddly after the update in may some really hot days or nights could become officially cooler than the new normal plans to take more time to explain all this. We're going to have to remind people especially this year. Hey if we're at one fifteen. That is five degrees above the average but remember this average has changed. This average is not what it used to
Voice of the Bison Jeff Culhane Speaks Highly of Trey Lance
"Hank, who is the voice of the Bison, North Dakota State Web trade, played Is with us and glad to have him. Jeff. Thanks for coming on. How are you? Hey, Mark, I'm great. Appreciate you guys reaching out and it's a pleasure of Sakia really appreciate being on the show. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, we're excited to have you. I think you know the average football fan. Is maybe still just starting the process of getting to know Trey, Lance and 40 Niner fans. You know if it don't Jeff, it's only been 45 days a year since they've realized Oh, wait a minute. We're in this Derby, so so tell everybody about Trey Lance. Well, I'll tell you what. Trey Lance is one of the more impressive young men that I've had a chance to cover and get to know and be around. It comes from a great family. In fact it father Carlton spent a short period of time I believe in training camp with the San Francisco 40 Niners after his college career was over at Southwest Minnesota State and Marshall, Minnesota. So there's a little bit of A brief connect there even though Carlton did not spend a ton of time in the organization. But Trey, you know the conversation about training. Lance is going to come back to his Experience that's going to come back to playing at the FCS level Mark, but I think what what stands out to me is one He checks all the boxes physically, and I've had the The opportunity to be around college football programs like the Brassica in West Virginia and cover power five in the Big 12 in the Big 10 and as he seen a C C And Trey. Lance has all the physical tools you need to succeed in the National Football League. But more importantly, mark He's a great young man. He's
"north dakota" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Ron. Why can't you just turn down the volume on your computer up. i can't hear you. It's one volume. My computer is one volume. Okay so i turn the volume. I turn down you about that. Road rage is unnecessary ron off. Everyone's email yeah. We don't know tardelli. It's everyone everyone you got me run. The people love you and forgive us because our timing was bad there and you were into serious talk and forgive us because we were fooling around. Tell the people admonish them correctly because our timing was bad there and we couldn't pull out after we started. Exc run you need to do this. Because parents taking their children to take pictures with animals inside the cage. It's disturbing it is disturbing is not only disturbing is so dangerous. They are so lucky that elephant then finger paint with his guts on the floor. Okay that elephant came over to investigate was alarmed but had had been given more time to think before the guy ran out. It could have really been tragic and then we would be talking about. Oh my god. I can't believe deals attack. This guy that elephant needs to be put down the and then it turns to be the elephants the bat the bat. Okay we got this. We can't we can't allow for human stupidity to you know 'cause such animosity towards wildlife because that's an ends up happening what ends up happening. We got in as the platform that we have here on this artist programs may people understand and i think people do understand because the comments i get an email from the listen. This this program are just now. I never had one comment come to me. That says oh this is stupid. You you're rollin. Everything has been god. Thank you for saying what you say. Thank you for doing this so you don't want. I'm really proud of listeners. At his broken they've done a great job in helping to you. Know spread the word about. What's the right thing to do and understand. We gotta learn to live with wildlife not fight against it also one of the things that we are very grateful for around here. Is that during this time that we have been floating around in the pirate ship and we should have resolution here at some point not too far away because this is winding down and where tired of paddling around here but during this time you guys. The audience has reached out again and again or looked for places where they can reach out to just support the show in a way that is actually financial and our only charity. So far is ron macgill's giant endowment which went from a small endowment to after you know some vigorous giving is now a large indefinite and one of the things that i wanted to i slice the slice picking it up three like supporting the jokes like supporting your endowment by throwing money at its erotic at central. It's wonderful and it helps the animals. But the reason that ron the reason we do this with. Ron is because he is someone who genuinely gives to the animals and most of the money in the endowment all of the money in the dom it goes directly to the animals not bureaucracy. Not anything else. But one of the things that i was talking to him about off. Air stu gods bring this on air and ask your thought. Because he's feeling a little uncomfortable about ron mcgill. Takes great pictures in the wild. And i think you should sell them as prince. He's like a professional photographer. He's very good at it and think in order to help raise more money for the endowment that people should have his artwork but he fights me on it. He doesn't want to do it. He doesn't want to to sell his art and i think he could make a good amount of money for his down if he did. Well perhaps they have some sort of meaning to him that he hasn't represented us or the audience. I do think it's a good idea what you're suggesting to him but there has to be a reason. Ron doesn't wanna do. it's young guys. i'm just. I'm not a good business person. I don't i don't deal with business. I am so overwhelmed by the amount of donations. I received listened. I cannot believe. I mean like it's been every state in the country except one including alaska and hawaii canada portugal around. I mean literally tens of thousands of dollars in committee past couple months and has been overwhelming And i've i'm answering every single one of those folks personally. I mean there's even a couple of macgill's couple people may mcgill. I couldn't believe it. So it's been overwhelming to me. Those people going straight into the endowment goodness of their heart. I just i. I feel like when i started selling stumping becomes a business and emmy for me. Money is the great caro- money starts making things fun and i have. I have a huge chip on my shoulder about. I would rather give a photograph away as somebody who i know really really wanted it then to sell so i don't i just don't feel good. I don't know i'm not good at that. I'm sorry i'm just not good at. I really appreciate your help and stuff. And i'm discussing announced yell at you. Everybody wants to yell at you right now. I liked lon-wrong. I'd like i i mean i like one name. The state of the state. Listen here north dakota. he's too good to go. But i'm not you north dakota. You should be ashamed of yourself for being cheap. North dakota and for not having the animals north dakota use stanton center. North dakota is now at war with the dan. Lebatardshow wins yes. Somebody needs to rise. Somebody needs to rise up and protect the name of north dakota as the only state in the union that sheep and doesn't care about the animals. They had a rough winter. They might be having issues. Just van please. Thank your south whereas south dakota show now yes. That's right. We ride for south dakota nortel. I want to go. Let's let's start really sorry known for north dakota berry you. Are you known for anything. North dakota other than snow. We are going to war with north dakota for not for being cheaper and not caring about the animals. North dakota all right. Let's take a minute for our friends over at ziprecruiter. Good news for die hard. Mlb fans you will be allowed to attend games this season when you sit in pods with your group. Sporting arenas are the only places that are slowly returning back to normal..
"north dakota" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You can't put a price tag on that kind of stuff. Tom terrific the metropolitans. What do you have for. Ron mcgill So far this year over four hundred thirty manatees of died off the coast of florida went. What's going on in the oceans right. Now run well. It depends roy pants. A lot of them have been boats owed strikes. Boat strikes have increased exports essentially. It sounds like you're beating a dead horse here but the fact of the matter is we gotta make people understand these manatee no zone. You gotta be awake. You gotta be very conscious of these these animals. They're gentle giants the very slow swimmers. They're always at the surface and the majority of those manatees have been killed by owed strikes. We also had a couple of really cold. Streaks kolstad combat manatees a very very susceptible to coal so That also you know causing death penalties penalties but listen. It's an flew. A lot of the numbers have increased over the years. Sometimes you have a die off you have. A red tide may have different things going on. Will we need to pay attention to. And i don't want to get into all of politics. This guy's climate change climate change and with climate change. You're going to see subspecies that suffer a lot subspecies actually benefit from so it depends on what you're looking ron. How angry did the video of the father who took his child into the elephant cage. How angry did that make you. You know stugatz. I nonstop in. And then i got called by every news needy may comments out of that. I don't know what else same bottom line is. I guess you just can't fix stupid Us zoos to make people understand that these animals are not. They're not the thing that you see a cartoon We don't go in there and play with these. Are wild outs is an old saying that says you can take an animal out of the wild. You can't take the wild out of the animals and these people first of all the guy finished two year old kid. What is what is he. Okay and people say well. You didn't have better barrier sees. You can't have people going in there this guy you know. You cannot make a foolproof against people. You guys doing this thing again. You're doing it again with the emails. I'm talking about speech serious here. And my thing is ringing off the hook like a ding dong bell. Because you still. Oh god i. I don't know whether this is going to okay. I really don't know this. This is serious with this elephant. Guys animals in zoos domesticated animals the not pet animals. As a matter of fact many times they are more dangerous than their wild counterparts. Because they lost.
Agency reverses Trump-era oil rights ruling snubbing tribes
"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting the interior department reverses a trumpet royal rights ruling the Biden administration has withdrawn a trump administration opinion that would have stripped the mineral rights from the North Dakota tribal nation a memorandum posted Friday by the U. S. department of interior withdraws a twenty twenty opinion that concluded the state of North Dakota is legal owner of submerged plants beneath the Missouri river where it flows through the fort bristled reservation the new opinion favors the man Dan hidup set your record nations the mineral rights could be worth an estimated one hundred million dollars in unpaid royalties and future payments from oil drilling beneath the river hi Mike Crossey up
Gas prices escalate, what to expect in the coming months
"It's been ugly lately and in particular. I paid attention because poorly timed. I made a prediction a couple of months ago. That gas prices at least in the immediate future. We're going down. And they did the opposite and as many of us have experienced around the country gas prices have continued to escalate and there are three factors at work right now. That are pinching your wallet. I we're driving more. I saw federal driving data recently. Because well i guess they have nothing to do in my life that i looked at how it it bottomed out april of last year driving stayed substantially depressed and then as soon as the vaccines were announced the amount that people were travelling the trips. They were taking all that steadily increased so demand for gasoline has risen. Second we have been a massive energy producer of in the united states from the canadian border to the mexican border in this swath from north dakota to texas and a lot of exploration and drilling and production all ground to a halt. When if you remember during the pandemic there was a brief period. People were having to pay people to take oil from them because the world was so awash in it. So people shut down their production and exploration. This didn't just happen in the united states had happened elsewhere. And then you throw in that o pack plus the evil putin russians are manipulating supplies. Right now in the world to try to push prices up so we've got these three factors all affecting your my wallet. The good news is that as the price of oil has risen per barrel quite a bit up. Fifty percent the oil producers in the united states are out an active again and the amount of activity going on is rising weekly. We are going to generate significantly more oil every week. It's already started and we will continue to do so so our ability to depend on ourselves for the lion's share of energy we need in until the pandemic being a net energy exporter instead of importer that that sleeping giant is waking backup. So we're going to feel pain at the pump for a number of months and then by sometime in the summer historically july fourth is the point at which prices top and start coming back down and this year may actually matchup with historical and said the pain. You can measure months rather than a likely long-term higher pricing trend.
Carson Wentz Says Goodbye To Philadelphia Eagles, Welcomes Fresh Start With Indianapolis Colts
"Carson. Wentz officially introduced as a colts. Now that we're day into the new league year and went hoping for world. Class makeover in indy with frank reich. Who made a big bet on wins putting his career on the line bringing the quarterback. They were an excellent match before the colts. Well built around wins. So here's what went said today about his fresh start. You know you gotta just be intentional. One by one build those relationships and like you said respect is earned not giving so. I look forward to earning a lot of guys respect and You know i i. I'm confident that that will happen. Go trike. I'll never forget when i was working out in fargo north dakota before the draft. It was an instant that we just had this connection on how we see the game and how he challenge each other and ultimately make each other better super excited about getting to work with him again. Because i have the utmost respect for the man that he is also. The coach. study is as well guys here with you for the next hour as well as schefty didn't orlowski. Marcus spears matt miller will join us for a little draft talk later but let's get back to what we just heard from. Carson wentz introduced today. Dan alaska simply is this. How does he move. Forward was carson wentz's success this year. We'll start off the field. There are more questions than answers about him right now. So how is it going to turn the bad of last year into the good this year. What did you learn when it comes to relationships. How are you going to be better at relationships. How are you going to be better at leadership. How are you going to be better at handling the adversity off the field. I mean he just talked about earning the respect of his teammates and in the locker room. Think about this. He can go into that locker right now. This is what i would do if i was him. Sit down with those new coach teammates. How did philip rivers do it. Filled came from a different team and he came down year. What did he do. Endeared himself to you guys how did he earned your respect. What's what's stuff that that clicked with you guys because the reality is you don't have to sit here and say that you've got to be somebody or not. You can still be the genuine authentic person that you are but the reality is you should be ever changing. You should be ever-growing. And i liked the fact that he said. I've got to be intentional because the truth is this when september comes. No one cares about your excuses. Excuses or explanations you've got to figure out in the next five months in the midst of unique off season again how to earn. How do prove to your teammates that you're the guy proved to your teammates that you will take over this locker room and become part of it. That's his biggest challenge and once he realizes that off the field is equally if not more important on the field. That's when he can start to rebuild his career. Yeah no doubt. I think self awareness as well like the indianapolis colts need carson wentz to come and fix them as a football team he needs to. They need him to come. Add to what they already have going already building. And there's a amount of pressure on carson winston. He never felt in philly because of the situation. And he walks into. And they are frank reich as well like frank reich has attached is job to carson wentz internally him around and making him the quarterback that that can get team to where they think they can go but india set. They have a good offense around. Obviously they make moves at tackle. They have a good running back. Good receivers a defense that at the top level of the nfl last year. so carson winston is not coming into a bad situation this is a rehab for carson wins. This is not a rehab for the indianapolis colts. He needs to be aware aware of that as well. And look i wish and hope that carson wentz turns this thing around and has a lot of success. I'm just going to sit back and see how he handles the pressure. Because now you're on a playoff team. You're around got dairies. Linda put it out there right here to win. Don't care about what you have to say don't care about your past that these that transpired pencil tired about if you're going to come play for the indianapolis colts come to win. So there's a lot on the line of course a wins but there's also a lot on the line for the indianapolis colts football team as far as where they wanna go and a hell of a lot of framed right for sticking his neck out there to say i'm the guy that can get the carson that we saw in twenty seventeen. And if he is. The indianapolis colts are absolutely a legit super bowl contender.
How Emotional Awareness Turned Self-Doubt into Self-Acceptance
"Gail murray. Thanks for joining me. I appreciate it. Yeah i'm mixed fighting. Thank you so as i've been asking all of my guests in the past couple of months. Are you staying healthy. Yes i am. I'm very lucky to be in an area. That is very important with their mouths. And everything. And i'm already doing something new. Which is. I'm trying to gluten free diet so that's helping me feel a little better. So that's really. That's a really good thing so excellent. Excellent is easy to find food. That is at our. It's funny i was just talking to somebody about an hour and a half ago and they went and got sushi in. They couldn't have the soya sauce because it has gluten in it which one of the things. I've only been doing this for a few days. It's very new to me. And one of the things i've found out is there's gluten in things that you wouldn't even think about. I mean you think about pasta and brad and all those kind of things but you have to check labels on everything and so there. There's certain sections of the grocery store so that's really helpful but it's definitely not cheap so that's something i'm getting used to but the good thing is it's not an allergic things it's just an intolerance and so if it does happen if i do have a little bit of it it's not the end of the world but i'm just trying to be a little bit healthier so right right good for you give credit i. I don't do a great job of eating healthy. I used to and i got really lazy. And so that's so. Be it right back to it again. Maybe so arial. Gail marie you have come to me because you reached out as a couple of other guests have done as well and said you know. I'd love to tell my story. I have a story that i think others would benefit from and as i was telling you before we hit record. I love stories like that right. I love speaking with people who truly are passionate about their story and want to share it with others. So thank you so much for doing this. I really do appreciate it so tell me before we jump into you know where you come from and how you got to where you are now give me sort of the reader's digest version of your story so And sort of a minute or less. Where did you come from. where are you now. and then let's go back and fill in the gaps spray. Yeah so thank you. I'm really excited to be here. Really excited to share my story So short i grew up in a very conservative christian household and that has affected me in ways that i think a lot of people don't think about unless they think back or they really ruminate on that and Growing up and getting away from that has made me think differently about things like faith and sexuality and who i am as a person and so it's changed me in ways that has really affected me and the people around me and so i've been able to kind of open my mind's more and be able to really share who i am and who i wanna be so Just being able to look back at how. I was raised but also know that even though that might not be a bad thing i was in an environment that was not great for my mental health. Earlier for Some other things but being able to really grow apart from that in my own personal way to share show that i'm not less of a person for not being a part of that anymore. It's good for you. Thank so it. Sounds like i could be wrong. But that you you may have gone through your own Counseling experiences over the years to come to some insights. So you know this. You may know but what goes on in our earliest childhood from birth right up until today all of that informs our beliefs our values our morals in the way we emotionally experienced the world including our relationships in our jobs in our parenting so i would love to go back to those earliest memories and understand your understanding of that. So how do you suppose so. So tell me a little bit about your family growing up. I had two parents mom and dad. I have two younger brothers on the oldest child the middle brother. He was adopted when he was really young. She a different race than the rest of my family. So that you know caused a lot of interesting things. When i was growing up and then you know we were. I would say middle class upper middle class. We never had to worry about. You know where our next meal was coming from. We we brother is african american. And where did you grow up. What part of the country. I grew up in missouri. So i was born in north dakota but i was mostly in missouri for most of my growing up years and so you know we had a family dynamic where it was very. You know Do your best you know. We got to do activities. We wanted to do like. I was really into theater so they released supported me in that which was really great by brothers. Were really into sports. I tried softball but that was a one time thing. That didn't go very well and they had us go to church every single sunday. And i think that that we can get into that in a little bit but that was big A big thing of my growing up. That i don't look positively on but i think besides that they were very good at making sure that we could do the activities. We want to do that. We were supported in school that if we know had any issues that we could come to them so those were most of the earliest memories that i had spending time with my family going on vacations doing activities that i like to do
Wyoming Governor to lift mask mandate March 16
"Mandate and open for business. 100% Wyoming Republican governor Mark Gordon says the order will be lifted March 16th in a statement, he said success and distributing vaccines and falling case numbers led to his decision. It will also end capacity restrictions on restaurants and bars, gyms and movie fears. While many priority groups are now eligible for vaccines, Children or not, they will still have to wear masks at school. Governor Gordon says he will ask people to assume personal responsibility as they venture out in public. Wyoming joints Texas, Iowa, Mississippi, Montana and North Dakota. In recently lifting mandates. Gurnal Scott Fox News
144 cities could lose metropolitan area status
"100 and 50 metropolitan areas in the U. S could lose their status under a new proposed change. 70 years, a Metropolitan Statistical area is any area with 50,000 people at its core. But a committee of Representatives from federal statistical agencies has recommended to the office of Management and Budget that baseline be double toe 100,000 people. If that happens, it would meet 144 cities like Bismarck, North Dakota. Corvallis, Oregon. Sheboygan, Wisconsin would become micro politics statistical areas. The groups who made the recommendation said. It's just for statistical purposes. But leaders in those areas are concerned about the impact changes could have on federal funding.
Interview With Shane Balkowitsch
"Well hello everyone and welcome to another podcast from frames magazine my name is scott olsen and today we are going old school and we are going deep into a really really wonderful type of photography. That's not practice very much anymore and really frankly when you see it. It's going to knock your socks off. We're talking with shane belkevich. Shane happens to live just a couple hours. West of me out here on the great plains of north america up north dakota chain that afternoon. How's everything out in the middle part of the state. good scott. thanks for having me on. We've got a little snow last night. Which was a very welcomed. Got a little snow over here. It's cold it's january is imagine about winner on the american that should be asked should be. You're absolutely right shane. You are just absolutely mesmerizing with the work. You're doing you do wet plate colin on photography. You do when one of the earliest styles of photography and admit you know. When i first heard about it i thought why in the world would anyone want to go through that amount of work for an image that i can do in my mirrorless. Dsl are very quickly. And then i realized how wrong. I was can't do that image and i certainly can't come up with a product that you've come up with so first question for people that that are familiar with the process. What is wet plate photography. What is the whole call it on process. Yeah so a wet plate clothing. Photography's invented by frederick scott archer in. He started working on about eighteen. Forty eight we believe in eighteen fifty one. He came out with a journal article in a scientific journal and presented it to the world. So what we're doing. I'm sure many of your listeners. Know about daguerreotype process which was invented by the declare. The frenchman About ten years. Before what plaguing frederick scott archer wanted to improve on that and This is what he came up with and the final product. And what your comment about why. You can't capture wet played in a modern a digital camera. Is that this is completely analog and the final images the images that i make. I an amber typist. That means i make my photographs on glass specifically for me black glass and these images are made out a pure silver on glass. And what's about silver silver does not degrade so these images that i have Have made over the last eight years of made a three eight hundred of them all by ten most most eight by ten black last amber types of they'll be here thousand years from now broken which which is not something you can save for princeton pigments in paintings and other things like that so the these are very archival images and i. it's just a very very romantic process. i was never photographer before. A two thousand twelve took my first exposure on october. Fourth never owned a camera. And i just find myself chasing this this historic process. It is really really interesting and we need to tell people that there is a movie out. There is called belkevich b. a. l. k. o. w. i t. s. c. h. on video. It's on amazon. Prime it is a documentary about you and your work and folks. You need to go there. You need to watch this film if you are in the any kind of photography. You need to do this but shane one of the things. That really intrigued me. Watching the film is that most of us that are in the photography files were making digital files. Or you know. We're coming up even if we're still dealing with old thirty five millimeter film or that kind of stuff Medium format film. You know we come up with a negative but then you know actual print is a temporary thing. You much more like a sculptor are making an object's this glass plate and it's not revisable you can't go back and tweak the highlights you can't go back and ask grain if you want. What is the appeal of making that object versus a kind of idea. We have to understand most web play. Cloudy and artists There was one here in bismarck. North dakota orlando scott gough. When he he was known for capturing the first ever photograph of sitting. Bull here bismarck. In the in this process that i practice and i i happen to capture ernie lapointe the great grandson. The city hundred thirty five years later in the same town in the same process but goth would have made a negative like you had said he would make a glass of so instead of putting his images onto black glass which you cannot contact with. He would have used clear glass. Clear glass as you insinuated. You can make multiple copies and you can enter. The final product in that scenario is a print. Because you want to be able to sell you know apprentice shayna print scott where wants to print you can make as many prints of these want is your business and it. Did you know good to have a one off plate because you and you know when you're talking about eighteen fifty one is no way of duplicate and they didn't have scanners and we couldn't do anything like that so you know. I think there's something very special about the the fact that these images are one offs and they can never be duplicated in they can never be replicated. When i make one of these images. I've for instance. I've dropped an image once and tried to go five minutes later. Ten minutes later tried to make this image with the same sitter the same camera. The same lenses saint chemistry. And i can never get back to that so if you look at this romantically. I'm not actually taking snapshots people actually making ten second movies. I'm still life movies. Because my exposures in my natural studio that i built here in bismarck. It's called nostalgic glassware plate studio the first one in in the country bill of the ground up and over a hundred years. I'm making ten second exposure. So there's heartbeats and there's blood flowing through the person there's a couple. Maybe a blinker to and what. I really love about this is. Maybe there's a thought so. I'm capturing thought on that piece of glass pure silver. That'll be here on.
Would you let your face be your passport?
"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story hillary. Beaumont is a freelance investigative reporter based in toronto. Hello hillary hey are you doing. I'm doing well. I'm a little creeped out. About the next time i traveled. Thanks to this piece. No problem just happy to make you aware will listen. Let's start with the actual process. You had your irises scanned as part of reporting this. What is that like. tell me about it. yeah i thought it was. It would be really interesting to go into a jail in texas as part of this story because there was a sheriff there. this guy named omar lucio who had been lake pretty open about the fact that he was using this iris scanner in his jail. His jail is very close to the texas mexico border and this iris scanner was helping basically deport people at the us border And i wanted to go inside the jail and see what this was like. I went in saw how they were using it in jail. They were scanning inmates in an not telling them what this technology was. I volunteer to use it as well as essentially like a little camera. You get your is scanned. It checks your is against database and tells you who the person is and if they have a criminal history and i'm assuming years came up negative. They came up negative. Yes do you know what happened to the scan after you were done well for my is deleted it but for inmates in the jail they keep them indefinitely they basically ended up in government database that is shared with law enforcement agencies across the us like the fbi and also immigration and customs enforcement and essentially they they allow agencies to deport people more quickly or identify people who are not using their real names. And that's really how it works. Is there anything in. we're going to get beyond This one texas jail this one technology In just a second but is there anything preventing that jail or any other place That does this from giving those to anyone else like i. I understand it being used in a law enforcement context though we can certainly debate that. But i mean how private is it wants. Your eyes are out there. Yeah i mean for a lot of these technologies whether it's in a jail context or when you're crossing an international border. What i think people should know is that you're you're in a space of reduced privacy expectation. So it's really hard to say no to these technologies than once your irises or your face or any. Biometric identification is scanned. It can be indefinitely stored in a database an shared with all of these different agencies. Know whether or not you're a criminal. Can you explain a little bit about What a place with a reduced expectation of privacy is an and what does that let the government do yeah So spaces of reduced privacy expectation include borders prisons detention facilities and essentially these areas. Where legally you cannot retain your rights to privacy as well as you wouldn't other context so One example is a back in twenty sixteen. I believe i was flying from toronto pearson. To north dakota and to to report on the standing rock protest and i was flagged for secondary screening and The actually confiscated my phone only about ten minutes But it made me nervous hell You know. I had a pass password on my phone of course but it just made me lake feel so violated that they could take my phone like that even just for a few minutes. I was wondering like things were rushing through my head of like. What are they gonna do with my phone. How long are i going to be kept here. What's going on. And this is just an example of what you can and can't do at borders like you. You have a really hard time retaining your privacy your data your phone in these spaces because what are you supposed to do under those circumstances
Republicans Push Back On Historic Nomination Of Deb Haaland For Interior Secretary
"And Natural Resource is committee today held confirmation hearings for New Mexico representative Deb Holland to be the next secretary of interior. A confirmation would be historic. She would be the first Native American Cabinet member in the nation's history. Her nomination by President Biden has also been criticized by oil State Republicans because of her stated opposition issues such as to fracking in the Dakota access pipeline. Ecuadorian reports from Fresno. The history being made by Deb Holland's nomination was hailed by all on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee, even those who are skeptical of her policy views The special nature of the moment was evident as the New Mexico congresswoman introduced herself to the committee and the nation. I spent summers in the Sita, or small village on Laguna Pueblo, the location of my grandparent's traditional home. It was there that I learned about my culture from my grandmother by watching her cook and by participating in traditional feast days and ceremonies, it was in the cornfields with my grandfather, where I learned the importance of water. And protecting our resource is where I gained a deep respect for the Earth Committee chair, Joe Manchin outlined the immensity of the task. The Interior Department manages 500 million acres of land. 1/5 of the entire country. The 70,000 employees oversee Parks Monuments Wildlife refuge because dams, reservoirs and canals. It also supervisors mineral resource lands that produced 20% of the nation's energy. Citing previous statements Deb Holland had made about fossil fuel production. Wyoming Senator John Barrasso, the committee's ranking member, set the theme which Republican members came back to repeatedly. Oil production in federal lands and oil pipelines, especially the Dakota access pipeline. By signing an executive order to ban all new oil coal gas leases on federal lands. The president is taking a sledgehammer to Western states economies. Ban on federal leasing could result in 33,000 workers losing their jobs in Wyoming. Representative Hollins home state of Wyoming, 62,000 workers stand to lose their jobs. Holland also faced questions over her appearance at protests of the Dakota access pipeline in North Dakota before she was elected to Congress in 2018. Holland said she went there in solidarity with Native American tribes and other water protectors, who felt they were not consulted adequately before the multi state pipeline was approved. President Joe Biden has sense next the project. Conservative
Apple wins victory as North Dakota votes down bill that would regulate app stores
"The epic fortnight fight and north dakota against apple and google has failed. I told you yesterday of legislation up for a vote in the peace garden state submitted by a lobbyist who works for epic games and the coalition for fairness. Whatever they said didn't work this time. The legislation was rejected eleven to thirty six. According to a piece from apple insider had it succeeded would have basically broken the ios app store and put hurt on the google. Play store allowing in a purchase schemes. Besides those run by google and apple and apple's case forcing iphone open to app stores besides apple zone why dwell on what might have been because it may come back around the cording to the piece the new york times reports that lawmakers and georgia and arizona or considering nearly identical legislation a state representative in massachusetts said he was considering introducing a similar bill and app store and legislation is also being pushed in wisconsin and minnesota
This newspaper chain pivoted to digital subscriptions, and it's working
"The last fifteen years not been kind to the local news industry with thousands of newspapers either reducing staff or closing down entirely but not all newspapers have been affected equally and some of the hardest hit chains were owned by hedge funds and private equity firms that had no actual interest in investing in journalism. Family owned newspaper. Seemed to have fared better. And that seems to be the case for form. Communications a chain of newspapers and other media outlets situated in the mid west a few years ago. The company's newspapers rolled out a digital subscription model and so far it seems to be performing above expectations. I recently interviewed stephanie. Shorter forums chief digital marketing officer about the gargantuan amount of work that went into this pivot and what strategies resulted in the most success before we jump into the view. I wanna talk about a recent article published on my newsletter. I went deep on the company called blocks group. It started out. As a cryptocurrency events company before launching a thriving podcast network that generates millions of dollars in revenue both founders walk me through how grew the business and their plans to build a crypto focus news organization. There's only one way to read analysis like this and it's by subscribing to my substance newsletter. Go to simon's dot sub stack dot com that simon owen stott sub stacked dot com or. Just google the word. Simon owens and newsletter. Okay onto my interview with stephanie. Hey stephanie thanks for joining us. Yeah thanks so much for having me simon. So you work for immediate chain called forum communications Tell me a little bit about that. Like where is it. What kind of media properties doesn't own. And how long has it been around cell phone. Communications is a family owned media company. We've been around since eighteen seventy eight Were actually located in the upper midwest. So we have properties in north dakota south dakota wisconsin and minnesota Our headquarters is in fargo. North dakota And we have twenty plus print and digital news brands all throughout the midwest as some broadcast and commercial print divisions as well and that's completely family owned as opposed to you know somebody's larger chains that are owned by private equity like this is like a longtime family owned newspaper oil. It's not just newspapers but mainly a newspaper chain. That's exactly right. It's a sixth generation family on media company. So it's been owned or operated by family all throughout its ownership so you were brought in as its first chief digital marketing officer correct like why did they build that role for you. Yeah that's correct so a while. Back a bunch of executives were sitting around a table and really talking about what the future of the company looked like and They knew that they needed to create a digital subscription model. But they weren't exactly sure where to begin and so brought in a consultant who used to work at the new york times and she came in and started to give some advice and she said well first off Where's your marketing department. And they all sort of looked around the room at each other and they said well we don't have one and she's like well that's step one so They followed her advice and they posted a role for chief digital marketing officer. And that's gonna wear my role came to be. And what was your background like you. Didn't you didn't work newspapers before. Did you know this was completely new for me. So i previously worked in the healthcare benefits space. But i was in marketing. Their i was. Vp of marketing for local healthcare benefits company and Really just took a leap of faith after meeting with the the people at the form. Communications office And really loved what i heard about what they wanted to do. And decided to really switch gears with my career and it was really great decision and and basically kind of you know the even though you weren't in media this was about like kind of product tising and and selling something directly to consumers so it's sort of like fit within. Still within your purview. Of of what you knew about right exactly so my previous role Prior to coming to form communications was all about selling a product to consumers and so This really isn't all that different. The the product has changed And what i really like about it. Is i find it a little bit more mission driven a little bit more purposeful and can really get behind the the why of what we're doing and Yeah that's always really appealed to me. Tell me about your first few months in the role. How did you get the lay of the land and begin building strategy for the expansion into the digital subscriptions so i would say the first few months was really like drinking out of a firehose as they say it was being thrown into a lot of new things that i didn't know a whole lot about And so i was really guided by. Just what i did know to be true. Which is everything about how to market something to consumers and the the biggest challenge there is we had previously been giving our content away for free online and now we were heading to this model where we weren't going to be doing that anymore. And so the biggest thing to figure out was how can you move from giving away your content for free to starting to ask people to pay for that content and we decided that the biggest the biggest strategy there is. We need to invest in content. And we need to invest in our products. And so that's what we did. And media's is kind of like a really weird industry that's not like a lot of other industries in the sense that like the people who are building the cord core product. Which is the editorial or kind of weirdly separated from the business side in different ways and they're all kinds of different ethics rules in different stuff like that like. Did you feel like you need to educated on like how media company works as opposed to like pure consumer products company. I did there. There was a little bit a friction at i. Just you know with some of the decisions that you have to make about for instance what you put behind the pay wall. No one when there's an extreme community safety story how do you handle that. From an ethical standpoint you want people to be able to access that kind of content and so a big part of the early days. My role was sitting down with people in the newsroom. Inter division and just understanding how they operate and what decisions they have to make and then how does the pay wall change any of that if if it does so. What are some of the major hurdles that a legacy newspaper chain has to consider that a like a brand new digital site. Like my the one that i run like doesn't have to think about like you had to figure out how to take these princip scrubbers in these legacy systems and and combine them with a paywall which is from a logistical standpoint. That's pretty difficult to do right. It is quite difficult in fact I would say the most challenging piece of all was just the technology component of everything so we had like you said legacy systems and then we needed to integrate that with all of these other systems that were newer so that the email platform the paywall platform obviously and so many other pieces and when we were grappling with all of that we actually secured help from another consultant. Who used to work at nasa. He's really bright. Guy really has a good hand on technology and he helped us draw out. This integration map. And he's drawing all these lines from one platform to another and it just looks like this giant messy web on a sheet of paper and he looks up at all of us and he says this is complicated and you know if the guy from nasa complicated it's complicated and so that was by far the most challenging part and it's never ending. I mean every time we had a new system integration and that's the part that really a keeps us up at night sometimes and did you have to overhaul the whole website or was there just like a way to just put some key. Take some kind of membership or subscription platform and just put it over the website. I wouldn't say we had to overhaul the website but we made the decision that we wanted to because again we were going from this state of giving away our content for free to suddenly asking people to pay for a product that we weren't previously asking them to pay for and so we wanted to make sure that we are improving that product and improving the discover ability of the content. That people wanted And so we decided to before even beginning to implement the paywall. Create a plan for redesigning all of our network of news sites that sort of step one and then from there. We felt good about launching that paywall on top of them and so prior to launching. I'm guessing that you were kind of projecting convey conversion rates like how. How quickly did you hope to acquire new digital subscribers to where it would make up a significant part of your business at least prior to launching. We really didn't know what exactly to expect. you know. we had talked to others in the space and they they had shared stories of pretty decent growth in the first few months but pretty low expectations overall. Just as you grapple with all the challenges of implementing a new model like this and so we just sort of set an arbitrary goal of ten thousand digital subscribers in the first year It wasn't really super scientific. We just felt like that seemed like a reasonable goal for our entire network of sites and then we wound up tripling that in the first year and so we who either really underestimated our goal or we really Did surprisingly well for what we set out to do. But i'm gonna hope it's the second one. Yeah so ten thousand subscribers across twenty different newspapers Seems like a reasonable goal. That you
Energy prices jump as millions left without power in Texas
"Where records are falling is millions are without power due to a freak winter storm. Our officials have imposed rolling blackouts across Texas as demand for energy surges the strain on the power greatest threatening the entire region at least 14 states from the same grid from Texas to North Dakota. Power officials are warning of possible blackouts in those states. The biggest oil refineries in the country also shut down to conserve power. Experts say Rising gas prices are likely to follow that is a B C's
Man sentenced after trying to kill woman aboard Royal Caribbean cruise out of Galveston
"A north dakota man will spend time in federal prison for trying to strangle the woman. He was dating on board a cruise ship. Hector bronco was sentenced to three years in federal prison for the two thousand eighteen attack aboard royal caribbeans liberty of the seas cruise ship blanco admitted in his play that he tried to strangle the woman in their cruise ship cabin but she was able to escape at that point in their journey. The ship was about forty five miles off the coast of galveston texas in the gulf of mexico. The fbi special agent in charge who investigated the crime said during the sentencing that broncos violent actions turned dream vacation into a dreadful nightmare for the
Who is QB2 in 2021 NFL Draft?
"It would have been fully justified and with that we welcome you back as always live from the seaport district appear seventeen brought to you by chase. I green this get up and we have a huge our coming your wine. It starts with this. It's a quarterback sneak mc shays make board is in and wait till you see the first four picks. He's with us live to break down off the top. Then wait a minute. What did russell say. Is he talking about getting sri. Didn't from seattle the wild ride in. Nfl history continues. And then we'll tell you how the shawn watson saga plays out and what it will mean for every team in the nfl. All that and more as we get out with you when this hour which starts right now with todd mcshay post super bowl mock draft. It's available right now on espn plus all it. It's fascinating a number one. That's no big surprise. He's got trevor lawrence going number one to urban meyer and the jaguars. But here's where it gets interesting. He also has quarterbacks going to three and four at two he has the jets taking. Byu's zack wilson who has been rising up. Everybody's draft what he has been be talk of the nfl draft process so far at three overall. He's projecting trade the panthers moving up from eight to take north dakota state's train lance to be their quarterback of the future which leaves ohio states justin field sitting there. Four and mcshea has the falcons taking him fields the second highest total qbr in college football season and then jones sliding down a little bit later to make five quarterbacks in the first round in there he is the man with the mic board. It is mcshea and it's awesome. Let's start with this todd. We all understand. Trevor lawrence going number one. Nothing even to discuss. How firmly planted in. Your mind is zack. Wilson right now as the number two quarterback in this draft. I think very firmly. The first thing i do when the season is over and a govan studied the top quarterbacks. Because i know that's what we're going to talk about for the majority of this process leading up to the draft and after lawrence. There's a little bit of a gap and then at zack wilson. And then there's a gap between gods trey lance from north dakota state and justin feels from ohio state. So i think he is clearly the number two quarterback in this class. The question becomes greenie. Is that the jets taking two or the jets gonna move out and allow a team like a carolina to that number two spot to take him. And that all depends on the domino's in terms of the veteran quarterbacks right now where does shawn watson wind up carson wentz. We know is going to get moved to chicago indianapolis. I think joe douglas. The general manager is kind of waiting. And seeing some of these other quarterbacks go and he's fielding phone calls he's not aggressively making calls but fielding calls to see maybe if they can move sam darnold and if they do exactly since the pick for the jets at number two and if not as i said i think the jets will move outta to and wilson will still wind up being that number number two overall pick in this class. I grew the. I've been saying for a while. I agree with you completely. He'll be number two. The question is who winds up making the peck. Then the other part of this is. I'm old enough to remember a time when we wondered if justin fields might supplant trevor lawrence as the number one draft now all of a sudden these the fourth quarterback off the board. How did that happen. You go back. And study games against indiana northwestern. And then the college football playoff national championship game against alabama. He completed around fifty two percent of throws with five interceptions. Those games in my opinion. You look at it physically. He's big. he's sturdy strong who mobile. He's got a big arm all the traits that you look for. But he likes to see his receivers. Come open and get stuck on that. I read very frequently. So you compare him with trae. Lance and i have identical grades on the to train. Lance didn't play the level of competition. Didn't play as many games as is justin fields but i think he processes the game a little quicker in terms of going from his first into a second and third and seeing the entire field. So it won't surprise me if it feels is third quarterback off the board. But i think they're kind of bunched together in that third tier of quarterbacks behind lawrence wilson and then the other two and then i want to ask you about the guy that you currently have fifth because i'm a regular listener of the first draft podcast and so i'm listening the other day to you and field. Yates and mel kiper talking about what was going on at the senior bowl and everyone is raving about matt jones. Your buddy mel had max jones moving this thing and i believe he has him sort of. I believe he hasn't projected higher than you have in projected. What do you see for mack. Jones as this process goes on the fifth quarterback in the first round. Well i think what's going to happen. He's matt jones is going to benefit from the fact that these four quarterbacks are gonna come off the board quickly and it's probably going to be cut because of trades moving up. I have matt jones going number twelve overall right now in a i had chicago moving up to twelve in san francisco. Moving back to twenty we have to see where carson wentz go. It does go to
Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue
"This is national native news. Tonia gonzales tribes and environmental organizations lost a legal battle to stop construction of the line. Three pipeline in northern minnesota. But their attorney says there are still some good options in the fight against the pipeline as melinda to whose reports monet naismith is a staff attorney with earthjustice. She is representing the red lake band of chippewas. The white earth band of ojibway the indigenous rights group honor the earth and the sierra club. In fighting the three hundred forty mile pipeline tributary third. The minnesota court of appeals rejected the request for a preliminary injunction to stop work on it and bridge. The canadian company building line three claims it is exempt from needing a new presidential permit to cross the us. Canadian border because the pipeline is considered a replacement project and it secured that permit decades ago. However naismith says it's an entirely new pipeline along an entirely new route so it really is a new project. In any case she said the us president can resend the permit at will like president biden. Just did for the keystone excel tar sands pipeline. A second option is to get the army corps of engineers to resend several permits. She argues the core granted illegally last november under the clean water act which allowed construction to start but the law is very clear that before issuing a permit under the clean water act and an evaluation under the national environmental policy act or niba that the army corps needed to look at the risk of spills from the pipeline and needed to look at how that risk of spills would affect local tribes and tribal resources and they did neither here in the line. Three earthjustice filed a lawsuit in federal district court in washington. Dc last december seeking to get the permits overturned naismith also filed for a preliminary injunction which would allow her clients to have their day in court. Melinda to who's national native news members of indigenous groups demonstrated outside the tampa bay. Buccaneers that stadium in florida sunday as football fans headed in for the super bowl. They held change the name signs calling on the visiting kansas city team to end. Its use of native names and is a leash. Norris with the group. Florida indigenous rights and equality says much of the day was spent educating the public about indigenous people. Rethought we have to at least go stand and educate and make a statement that it's not okay to objectify and dehumanize indigenous people of our land inc. we're building awareness for sure and It's i think it's just interaction at a time so we've had a couple of positive interactions and then some that are not so positive but i think at any any type of interaction is a step in the right direction to create a shift and as soon as you turn the light on and bring awareness to something People have to think about it even if they don't want to and they're mad about it they still have to think about it so i think for that. We are building awareness in harboring is an education to this area on this issue members from the group not in our honor based in the kansas city area traveled to tampa to join the demonstration. Planes were also rented which flu around tampa over the weekend. With change the name banners the standing rock youth council is hosting a run to call on president biden to shut down the dakota access pipeline young people from the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux nations. Plan to run to the site of the no dapple resistance counts for years ago in north dakota. The run to the cannonball river is scheduled to begin on tuesday. I'm antonio
"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..
"north dakota" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion
"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 <hes>. So my my background is <hes>. You know went to college. Got a degree in computer science mathematics and then when often like everyone else <hes>. 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 <hes>. Got got involved in consulting and worked my way up through the <hes>. 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 <hes>. And the great ride. A thoroughly enjoyed all of the things we did. I think we added a lot of value to <hes>. Our customers which <hes> was private industry <hes>. And had great teams <hes>. Had a strong onshore team strong offshore kimes and delivered a lot of value. But i think two years ago <hes>. Over two years ago. When i applied for this position as the chief data officer <hes>. At first i really didn't want position <hes>. Didn't like the idea of state government state government <hes> has has a bad connotation <hes>. Of kind of a nine to five job <hes>. And a people people who just weren't really motivated to <hes>. To move the world change the world and my boss who i interviewed my off. Now the cio. Sean reilly <hes>. 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 <hes>. So i decided to take on this opportunity <hes>. This was the first chief data officer position for the state of north dakota so there were a lot of unknowns <hes>. Certainly certainly my presence <hes>. 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 <hes> 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 <hes>. So as i became involved with this role <hes>. 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 <hes>. So it's it's an interesting <hes>. 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 <hes>. 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 <hes> 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 <hes>. Are just are just brilliant at running the operations and managing the two pillars within my organization.
"north dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Okay so today's topic. As i mentioned earlier is on eugene butler aka midnight rider. Now i think that was the main reason why the story because i love that the nickname yes and what it has to do with is is ridiculous as hell but i was like because the t. one of one of the sources i found The title of the article was called the strange tale of the midnight rider. I was like ooh that sounds cool. That's that also called the great plains butcher not as cool the name but whatever you know they have eugene butcher. The butcher butler sounds like what material and am sure at some point. I won't make really crappy movie about him though just much if you've already exist true so in the early nineteen. Hundreds residents near the tiny town of niagara in the new state of north dakota began to hear strange noises in the night. The sound of galloping hooves punctuated the quiet countryside. It was farmer. Eugene butler again. Who armor eugene farm. Eugene like that. Jane who had recently started riding his horses late at night yelling at the top of his lungs. It was strange behavior from a man who was known to be a wealthy successful if somewhat reclusive farmer yet but you go by farm yelling hollering. I'm won't get you at a slingshot or something. If you're going late at night yellen yellen on your horses. Yeah only two reasons you that you're this horseman to your paul revere. Otherwise you don't do that. No don't come nowhere near my house. Nope niagara is a peaceful form town of about fifty or so residents and is located on highway. Two on the westernmost stretch of grand forks. County the highway to just number two just number two. How forty five b. Or something. Like that nope. The townsfolk folks had no idea that in the coming years. The story of eugene butler would get much much stranger eugene. There was born in eighteen. Forty nine one of three sons born to ephraim and rebecca butler. I'm loving these named male school. Names from ephraim. After you know. He's just like a rough gruff farmer. Take no cracker driving some bitch. Caputo is he was of english descent with his family. Having roots in braintree england. Braintree is awareness. Damn name for a little town braintree. Sounds like a company town name you to give it up to the english. He came from a prosperous family and moved to grand forks county in eighteen eighty with a number of others from new york state jealous. Why lived in eighteen eighty. Oh man i would. I've always said i've been born in the wrong century. I should have been an old west guy. Yeah no soap. No showers out there right right making food. Somebody lip off doc holliday. That you've been al officer Actually no probably been lull. Allow me i would. I would love to been like rooster cogburn federal marshal. Yeah territory marshall or something like that you would have joined the rougher more of a bad guy. I'm not a murderer. But i i like to go. After bad people you would have been like a one of the regulator been regular full. He picked out three quarters of a section of land near larimore and started farming in eighteen. Eighty two he rapidly improved the land and built a substantial home and he was by all accounts. A moderately well-fixed farmer. Spite of the fact that he had made many friends he continued live alone on the farm. Doing all the work about the house. He maintained on his own never married and lived as a recluse avoiding contact with neighbors and only going out for business purposes to nearby larimore north dakota to hire farmhands to maintain his form during the summer months when he needed more help us right he would instantly hit. He needed some hip he. He would eventually emassy healthy fortune during his time. His home at the time was valued at approximately fifty thousand dollars which is one point. Four million dollars. Twenty twenty mass. He owned considerable amounts of land in grand forks county and after his death was found. How six thousand dollars in cash in his small house equivalent to one hundred. Seventy five thousand dollars in twenty twenty money in his house. Lehner eighteen six grand in eighteen. Eighty yeah actually He died in nineteen. Oh thirteen yeah. Bill still alive still from nineteen thirteen just over two years later. Six thousand dollars would have been a hundred seventy five thousand dollars. Ooh yeah. It was immediately following the move to north dakota that butler was noticed to have changed considerably and began showing signs of mental illness including suffering from whose nations and thinking that invisible people were chasing him but refused to let anyone take his photo because he thought he would steal his soul and he would die now. He's not the first person to think that the no he's not there are allowed people back. There's about you did that. You take their soul. I mean there are some religions. I think that yeah. But he's one individual in in need. That's why everybody knows. All west photos never smiled. That's because he took too long tailed. Life took masao. He would also wake up in the middle of the night prowling his land. In perusing is home convinced. Someone was trying to break in or trespass now if he had that much money in his house. Yeah that's a cause or paranoia. Anybody knew about it but see that. That's kind of a thought. Because he said that he he tried to you know he meant to be a recluse he brother went to town so you think he would have told a lot of people about it but being in town he may have casually mentioned it. Got six thousand dollars a muffler board. Yeah and so she gets back home. He's like crap. When i say that they're going come steal it. Yeah those who are familiar with this case state that he lost his mind through his hermit habits. It's hard to say her habits trip. You they are trying to stop that. He gradually became worse and was taken before an insanity board and at some point in nineteen o six butlers mental illness reached its peak and that is when he began to ride his horse at night at breakneck speed about the country and yelling the top of his lungs when he was yelling. I don't know while. Check in bars star be. They took my shoes. Oh man at that point. He was committed to the north dakota state hospital in jamestown in place under the supervision of dr w m hotchkiss hotchkiss for the next seven years. Butler would continue to have hallucinations and paranoia. Though he would live out his final years in relative peace from talking to the staff about men who would come into his home during the night and forced him to get dressed and take him on long walks or horseback rides for no reason to his fears about invisible figures that he claimed were chasing after him according to one of his doctors. Dr awa guest in quote. Mr butler was a man small stature. Very gallant and fond of attending the hospital dances even falling desperately in love with one of the female physicians. Wait a minute. What about the recluse stuff. What do you mean. Well well at this point. He's i mean you can't be reckless when you're in a hospital can point the whole florence nightingale. Exactly yeah actually. That's in the reverse though these following would with her. she may not want nothing to do with his. so there are another condition. there's there's a florence nightingale word. The nurse falls in love with the patient. But then there's another one where the patient falls in love with the caregiver. I forget what that's called It's a yeah it's it's another condition as reverting..
"north dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Dickinson is also north dakota least woman. If anybody remembers her from the seventies she was quite a liquor. I think she passed. I could be wrong. I don't know. I didn't look that up just names. I don't wanna sit out. You know. non factual thing. You don't wanna start a what are those things folks do it. Fox josh duhamel duhamel to mall dumol. Okay well the reason. I don't know the names. Because i don't know the person he's in. The transformer series is now. Yeah he's he's he's the main soldiers in the transport. Okay uh-huh okay. Gotcha married to. At least he was married to fergie from the black eyed peas. Believe he still is okay. There we go. I believe he's still is a matter of fact that is funny. Me and my buddy bill were cruising car. Other day matter of fact yesterday we're going to third planet show and we were discussing that and she acts burger came on the radio. Okay he skipped it. And i pay you. Don't put back on air. Bridge say menu played it man so he backed it up and then we came up and i guess he is actually still married. She's married to him. And i believe they have two kids. Gotcha all right. Well actress lisa. Lisa leslie bibb is also former takada and last but not least rapper songwriter. We also from to come. North freaking dakota north dakota of last place you get expected from a rapper ja rule know in the movie armageddon. Bear came from north dakota tubes. Do can too. Late north dakota late great michael clark dunk dunkin. Also the kingpin boy. That's a big some. Here's a big big dude. Yep are but why don't we go ahead and Get past all this fun stuff and go into something even funder. Oh man your new your news.
"north dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast
"Episode. Thirty five of state of your podcasts. I'm your host. Chris and with me as always every single sunday because he loves my face boy. James was was going on. How you doing brother goodman. How'd you halloween. But my halloween was surprisingly pleasant. Wasn't really the neighborhood. I live in unfortunately It's a townhouse community. Until i move out to my rent. Yeah i live in a townhouse community and nice lake and everything like that. The security there for years wouldn't let kids triggered treat sucks But in recent years a lot of the elder residents unfortunately have either moved or passed on campus. A lot of new families have moved in with kids so year. We actually had kids so cool. We went down to the park. Set up table chairs and just handed out. Candy down there because down at the end of the block my my unfortunately my Petty is crapped out swapped to short chain kids but it actually caught me by surprise. Because i had to run out and get candy. Holy crap candy for like four years in a row and nothing. Oh i get stuck with it. That's why i'm three hundred pounds. It's a halloween man everytime halloween but no it was pleasant. How about yours was good. Man we had these amount of people come through You know last couple years last year it rained so we had less people that we thought This year we made the decision to buy candy like occasionally starting the first of october you know like every week we go out to the store and while we were there we pick up bags. We wouldn't like just last minute And then we do the whole social distancing thing so we created a pulley system from the garage to the end of the Driveway and there was a long pole. And i rigged up a I made a key. A drink caddy and put a ghost on it. And then i would send it down. So yeah it was. It was awesome. And if you so if you feel so inclined maybe you ought to share that little clip on our site. Yeah i think. I think i'll try to share not to the other ones just to say. Hey man this halloween ingenuity. Everybody loved all the kids. Got the kids. Some people some kids of course and younger ones didn't see coming. We'll and ghost. Was i had was lit up. I had read is. Oh oh hell scary. L. come flying at you. I mean i think we had a good year because normally we have a ton of kenya. Leftover and i hate that. Because i don't want to eat. But i do eat it But this year. I think we we. We made it a little individual bags. so we can make it easier to canyon go cool And i think we made sixty. I think we have like ten. Left does not bad. Yeah so you dished out man. Yeah got rid of it and yeah and then we have. Some people from neighborhood came over and they hung out for a bit and we just kind of talk in the driveway and awesome. You didn't take halloween from nope awesome. L. halloween awesome. I love that one. It's it's not going. I thought of any year there wouldn't be nothing going on. And this is actually the busiest year in my neighborhood. I ever saw. that's good. I love halloween. You love halloween absolutely. I can't wait to get my house and my land. Because i'm going to set up a haunted hayride stuff because i want to do all that. I'm going to hang stuff in the trees and we get some friends to help me. Set up a little haunting. It hasn't some candy and do something like that. Hopefully i'm gonna community area well when you do I volunteer to be a spooky scarecrow jumping ads corn year. In scaring the shit up people. No problem awesome platform orange. You've got to plan coordinate. Plans cones gotta be. High's elephants i. Yep that's right down. So yes so today. We're going to get into the state of north dakota north dakota one state in the union. I don't have any stories all. Because i never been there. That's it podcast is done through. Gotta night there yeah man. I haven't been there yet. Yeah i mean how the closest i got was you know of course south dakota and mapped it when i was about rushmore. I think i'd explain this episode. Yeah and i never got that far because it was like three hundred and forty eight miles drive that far just to get a refrigerator magnet. Not doing that's you know. Probably just buy one online and say you went there. you know. it's not to say no it's not. I'm gonna earn that. Shit on the north dakota mon gear north dakota. I did find out one interesting fact. Two times in history. They the state petitioned to change. Your name from north dakota to just dakota really. Yeah and both times was denied. No you're north. What'd you gotta do is convince out. Go to the drop their first name and just combined states and have a big state. Yeah would be good sized lot of empty space. Yeah tons but it's gorgeous about north dakota myself either. Just in general i mean. I don't know what's up there with north. Yeah just knows north and even go that is. I don't even know where it's is it near the canadian border. It is right on the canadian okay. That's what i was thinking about. Smack dab in the middle of the back of the us okay across the back and yes. It is right on the border. Because it's a long. They would like a idaho stuff which touches the border. Two years ago. I went on a forty seven hundred mile road trip and i didn't even get you close. You couldn't go on the x three hundred mosques. Make it a five thousand mile road trip. It wasn't in the cards. Oh but that's all right but you over the next year. Yeah yes the whole group has to say are goes group young couple of argos group people's on a road trip or when you go on a trip with people with a group have a consensus. Yes we're going to do that if not you're not doing it. I told them this is how it is I've rented the car okay. The car's going there here here here and here it climb in. I'm going whether you like it or not. I paid for the car gas everything so and then they gave gas money and stuff like that helped out. But i took care of the car because i was going to go anyway because like three hundred dollars a four hour trip. So that's that's a long way to like you said for magnet. Yes that makes sense. Yeah so unfortunately. I had to pass but that gives me another mission list right. I mean have been the canada to north dakota. How many states do you think you have not been to one. Just don't go to jail. And then you gotta go make a whole week of being just in north dakota yeah. Yeah and then after two days. I've seen literally everything in north dakota. So we'll do other style candida. Yup yeah i do need to make a decent visit to alaska. Because the one i did make was a joke. It was like on a ferry boat thing out of washington. You even get in on onto canadian land or you stay on the boat though. No no canadian passport. You get off the boat now have to have it or you can just sit. You can sit on the boat. You know canadian. Look i you know he did canadian. Light up your foot off the ramp and touch the dirt and and drag you. Sirens go off. Yup here comes deadly. Do right at american on our soil.
"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 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.
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"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..
"north dakota" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)
"The spirit lake tribe the standing rock, Sioux tribe, and the three affiliated tribes and forgive me if I get the pronunciation wrong here, it's the mundane, hit data and our carnation they say, we stand United against North Dakota's suppressive voter, ID law together with tribal advocates, the native American rights fund four directions, western native voice in native vote. We are fighting back. We believe the requirement of a physical residential property with the street address wasn't tended to disenfranchise native American voters to combat the disenfranchisement of our members. We intend to ensure our members that lack residential street addresses can obtain them so they may exercise their right to vote. Tribes are now able to issue tribal documents that contain the voters, name birthdate and current residential street address in North Dakota. We intend to issue. These documents at polling locations within the bounds of our reservations on election day, we encourage all tribal people to come out to vote on November. Sixth, even if you do not have a qualifying ID, we will not be silenced by the blatant attempts to rob people of our voice. So I think this is exclusive night where breaking this news tonight. We just got this statement from the tribes. But what this means is that the native American tribal governments in North Dakota, which very well could be the difference between a Republican held Senate or a democratic held Senate, right and everything that that entails. It could absolutely be the difference in terms of what happens with that crucial Senate race in North Dakota. And that's why Republicans made this change tonight. In the statement, the native American tribes in North Dakota are saying what the Republicans are trying to demand of them with these ID's. The tribes are not doing it. They intend to vote with documents that they will provide to their own people at polling locations on the reservations on voting day, they will provide tribal voting letters and as tribes as sovereign nations, they will say that that is the kind of idea you need to vote. They will do it right then and there. We have been trying all day and into the evening to get an answer from the Republican secretary of state's office in North Dakota as to whether or not the state is actually going to count these votes whether or not they are going to let members of native American tribes North Dakota vote in this way. So far the answer they have given us and that they are sticking by I kid you not so far. Their answer is probably..
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"north dakota" Discussed on PRI's The World
"So yeah we're nervous and and absolutely have every right to be they may have a right to be nervous but remember north dakota's help put president trump in office north dakota is trump country big time he more than doubled hillary clinton's vote total here lucas lang works on a family farm and sterling north dakota hall town itself there's probably fifty and the township despite the drama surrounding president trump lang really likes the president how he comes right out and says what he thinks with him there's that always that that little bit of unknown that did delegate point across it'll appeal to those of us in the midwest at aren't the the quote unquote elites on the coast and lang likes the president's promises to rewrite the rules of trade to help people in this part of the country i i'd call it a maybe protectionist approach i think we need to take care of of our citizens i get them good jobs good manufacturing jobs and nam as got them good manufacturing jobs can afford to buy our beef are malik our port you know that said would you why would you be willing to decrease exports to make that happen um yeah yeah i mean i think it's a it's very complex portraits lot moving pieces i mean we have to get our economy moving we have to cut regulations gator manufacturing hiring good american labor just you know ten of take care of our citizens i a patriotic stance perhaps but cutting exports would certainly hurt lang's farm.
"north dakota" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Exports are the state's lifeblood hello jason john ova how's everything down in dc today work in a way that us senator john hoving also a former governor of north dakota he's a republican is he worried that his constituents could be hurt by amending trade deals or imposing tariffs you betty is awesome i'm always concerned about the united states i mean we were huge egg producers and we need you know the world market an egg is one area where the united states has a positive balance of trade president trump talks a lot about renegotiating or walking away from nafta the agreement between the us canada and mexico hove in says the administration needs to be very careful there but he has faith in commerce and act secretaries in washington to protect agricultural interests and hoven thinks the president has backed off his talked to simply walk away from nafta i don't think that's going to happen i think every part of is negotiating approach if you will still not everyone is feeling quite so relaxed i would say there's a lot of anxiety right now jeff misselling is ceo of the north dakota farm bureau agriculture's the bright shining star when it comes to trade we've developed those relationships over the years uh we have benefited tremendously from the nafta agreement our producers sub export a ton of goods to both canada and mexico soul any time you mass with a multilateral agreement like that and it took so much work to get to that point any trade agreement i think anybody would tell you takes years to develop those relationships and get things on paper.