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Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

Bloomberg Businessweek

01:31 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on Bloomberg Businessweek

"Include all the shoppers who flocked to the malls, and that's the latest. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update, while the Jets have a very good chance to reposition themselves in the ASC playoff picture when they welcome the Chicago Bears on Sunday. The bears don't scare anybody. They're just three and 8 plus their quarterback Justin Fields is questionable with an injured non throwing shoulder. So that will likely put Trevor Simeon in at quarterback. Of course, the Jets have quarterback drama of their own with the switch earlier in the week. Zach Wilson will sit in favor of Mike white kick-off is at 1 o'clock the jets are four and a half point favorites and again they need the game badly. Their record is 6 and four. Hockey on Saturday. Everything was great for the rangers as they had a comfortable three zero lead on the oilers after two periods. Then Edmonton flipped the switch in that third period. They roll off four unanswered goals and they win final score four to three and the rangers will host the Devils on Monday. A lot of college football on Saturday the big upset came in Columbus with number two Ohio State getting routed by third ranked Michigan final score 45 23 number 5 LSU loss, so they're out of the college football playoff picture. South Carolina upsetting Clemson 31 to 30. Number one, Georgia rolls on Georgia Tech, 37 to 14. Coaching news lane kiffin agrees to stay at old miss. He gets a new contract. That opens the door for auburn to start negotiating with liberty's Hugh freeze and Nebraska. They've got a new football coach Matt rule comes in to Lincoln and he gets a pretty solid deal. He gets an 8 year contract. Of course he has successful experience at Baylor and temple. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan

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The latest in sports

AP News Radio

01:59 min | 4 hrs ago

The latest in sports

"AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

01:43 min | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on Balance of Power

"Week profitable. Let's dig into it with Bloomberg business week editor, Joel Weber. It's the cover story of the upcoming issue, Bloomberg, business week. We did afternoons at two eastern. These are retailers that have been on everybody's radar. Those Apple numbers continuing to come in. On Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Damage assessments will be taking place come morning in several Louisiana parishes after a tornado touchdown Saturday afternoon. This man jumped into action when winds reached 100 mph in paradis. And it's important because I'm here to serve them. And so that's why that's why we went out there and we're going to go and continue to drive around and check on neighbors and make sure that everybody's okay. There were no immediate reports of casualties the same system that spawned the twister is expected to bring heavy rain and winds to New York and the Boston area on Sunday, and former national security adviser John Bolton says it's time for Republicans to move on from Donald Trump. Trump announced his third bid for president earlier this month, creating pushback from many other Republicans in a recent interview Bolton said Trump's act is quote old and tired and suggested Florida governor Ron DeSantis as a possible fresh face to lead the GOP. I'm Jim Forbes. Now this Bloomberg sports update while the jets come into Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears in a very precarious position. They are just 6 and four and that has them kind of on the bubble, so to speak in terms of where they can finish in the AFC playoff picture. 1 o'clock kick off as they welcome the bears on Sunday, Chicago. They've got quarterback issues as well with Justin Fields with an injured non throwing shoulder. He's questionable and it looks like Trevor Simeon will be the bear starting quarterback on Sunday and of course we've known pretty much all week that Mike white will be under center for the jets in favor of Zach Wilson. So again, a very important game for the jets on Sunday and of course the Giants are off after their Thanksgiving loss in Dallas. How about some NHL hockey on Saturday it was Edmonton storming back on the rangers at MSG, the oilers get four goals in the third period and that's enough to get a four three win. So kind of a stunning loss for the rangers. They'll be hosting New Jersey on Monday. A lot of college football on Saturday is the rivalry weekend played itself out. The big game was in Columbus with second ranked Ohio State against number three Michigan and the wolverines just crushed Ohio State in the second half and won 45 to 23 so Ohio State takes their first loss South Carolina beat Clemson. Number one, Georgia started slow, but they routed Georgia Tech and then coaching news. Lane kiffin agrees to a new contract to stay at old miss that opens the door for auburn to negotiate with Hugh freeze. He is the leading candidate for that position. That's your Bloomberg sports update. I'm Dan gotta ski. You're listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio. I'm Joe Matthew in for

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No. 3 Michigan beats Ohio State for 2nd straight year, 45-23

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 12 hrs ago

No. 3 Michigan beats Ohio State for 2nd straight year, 45-23

"JJ McCarthy accounts for four touchdowns as CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23, McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. At the end of the day, this one doesn't even matter. This doesn't matter. It's a job's not finished. We got so much more to do and so much so many places to go. CJ Stroud saws for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. I'm Denny Capp

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Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

01:49 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ohio" discussed on AP News Radio

" AP sports, I'm Ben Thomas, on a big day in college football and the big game had Ohio State hosting Michigan. Then in cap on how it played out. CFP number three Michigan stuns number two Ohio State 45 23 JJ McCarthy threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns and ran in another to help Michigan outscore Ohio State 28 three in the second half and approved a 12 clinching a spot in the Big Ten championship game. Job's not finished. We got so much more to do. CJ Stroud sauce for 349 yards and two touchdowns, but it was too late interceptions that sealed the buckeyes fate, Ohio State drops to 11 and one. Number one, Georgia overcame a slow start to beat Georgia Tech 37 14 and finish another undefeated regular season one number four TCU crushed Iowa state 62 14. But Michigan's decisive victory over Ohio State does offer some hope for playoff aspirants. Correspondent Mark Myers reports in USC took a giant step closer with a 38 27 win over Notre-Dame. Quarterback Caleb Williams encountered for four touchdowns, one passing in three running for the now 11 in one Trojans. Williams is now considered the leading candidate to capture the Heisman Trophy. But LSU tripped up falling to Texas a and M 38 23 head coach Brian Kelly. We just, for some reason, we're off today. In Clemson lost by a point to South Carolina, Alabama took the iron bowl 49 27 over auburn, coach Nick Saban says, despite two losses, the crimson tide merit playoff consideration. This team didn't give up on themselves. They didn't give up on each other. They kept fighting and won some tough games. Tennessee thrashed Vanderbilt 56 to nothing while Oregon state stunned Oregon 38 34. In the NBA, the raptures Lakers rockets and sons all winners, the NHL, oilers, hurricanes, blues, Maple Leafs, Devils, islanders, avalanche and Canucks at the World Cup Argentina over Mexico, France towns, Denmark, Australia beat Tunisia and Poland topped Saudi Arabia. Ben Thomas AP sports.

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 Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 d ago

Woman found liable, ordered to pay $300 in Conley allegation

"Dot com reports with civil juries found a woman liable for malicious prosecution in a ripe allegation she made against former Ohio State football standout Gary and Conley more than 5 years ago. The accusation against Conley came shortly before the 2017 NFL Draft, in which he had been projected to be a high first round pick, the 23 year old woman alliance that he had sexually assaulted her in a Cleveland hotel room. Connelly's attorney said the sex was consensual. Connolly sued her in a counter claim accusing her of malicious prosecution. He asked for just $300 in damages. The jury agreed. I Norman hall

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Rachel Bovard on What Makes Trump Different

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | 3 d ago

Rachel Bovard on What Makes Trump Different

"Joining us now is Rachel bovard, who wrote a very interesting piece of The New York Times. What makes Trump different from desantis and other Republicans, Rachel is with us right now, Rachel, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. So Rachel, why don't you summarize the piece for our audience and we'll dive into it from there? So the piece really looks into what I think is the appeal of Donald Trump. And I think people in Washington, particularly establishment Republicans, and even sort of what I call a conservative intelligentsia, missed this. And this is exactly the dynamic I saw play out in 2016 and it's going to play out again in 2024 because people in leadership of the Republican Party have no idea still have no idea why it is that Trump won. And it is this visceral connection that he has with his base voters who trust him implicitly. And interestingly, Dave Chappelle honed in on this, I think, really well when he was hosting Saturday Night Live recently. I don't watch Saturday Night Live personally, but I caught this clip and I thought he articulated it extremely well. He said, look, I live in Ohio. You people have no idea why Trump is so popular there. And he said, Trump is what I call an honest liar. And what he meant by that was, you know, he pointed back to this debate that Trump had with Hillary Clinton in 2016, where Trump basically said, look, I know the system is rigged because I use it. And that was just, I think, distilled to its essence, the why people trust Trump the way that they do. Because he set out loud as a beneficiary of someone at the top of the system who benefited from how it's going to rigged and corrupt toward the top. He set out loud what everybody at the bottom has long suspected, which is that the system itself is rigged and because he benefited from it. He had tremendous credibility in pointing that out. And so people, I think, who vote for Trump really see him as someone who can not bend the system because he's been part of it.

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Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:04 min | 4 d ago

Charlie Welcomes Terry Schilling of the American Principles Project

"Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks so much for having me, Charlie. So Terry, there's a lot of news to go through here and Terry, you run the wonderful American principles project to do a great job. Talk about some of the work you did this last cycle first. Well, we were up and running in several of these battleground Senate states, Arizona, Nevada, Wisconsin, Michigan, even and we were running campaign as educating American people, the American people about the threat to our kids, especially as it comes to transgenderism. We ran a lot of ads on women's sports. But this year we did something new that we haven't done before. We ran ads educating Americans about these transgender surgeries, the hormone treatments, and just the overall gender indoctrination that the left is doing to our kids in schools, and we produce really powerful ads. Charlie, we spent almost $15 million this cycle. It's something I'm really proud of because frankly, and I think you probably don't aware of this. The pro family movement has done a lot of great things and been good at a lot of things, but they've retreated from the political battlefield. And that's what we do in American principles project is be fill that political gap for the family. And we win campaigns and elections for them. So we're still reading on the results for how the impact that our ads had on the electorate. But we know that where the Republicans and the politicians that really leaned into these culture war issues and went on offense, they won by huge margins, right? Like look at Ron DeSantis, he won by barely half of a percentage point in 2018. He takes on Walt Disney corporation of all people. And wins by almost 20 points. Mike dewine in Ohio signed a heartbeat bill into law. He wins by 35 points. These guys that actually went into the culture war and led on this stuff. They were rewarded handsomely at the polls. And we need to get rid of the Mitch McConnell's of the world and the mccarthys and the Tom emmers, and we really need to start rewarding our guys when they fight for us because these guys want to keep us from fighting. It's been a disaster.

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Gearing up for 2024

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:53 min | 4 d ago

Gearing up for 2024

"It is that week. It's that week where we remind you every week that the game is Saturday. There might be Thanksgiving between now and the game, but it's really all about the game. I believe Byron York is an agnostic about Ohio State in Michigan as I am neutral about all the Republicans who were in Las Vegas. Am I right about that Byron you don't give a dog on about the whole state of Michigan or Ohio? That is absolutely let's say that for, but I don't care about the higher state in Michigan. I was raised with Alabama and auburn, which is a much more important contest in my humble opinion. Well, it's definitely not this year. I don't think you're going to find many people are going to rally to the Byron York point of view there. But what did Byron New York think about Las Vegas and the first of many candidate parades of 2023 24? Actually, here is something I would very much like to get to your opinion on, which is I'm sure you've watched several of Donald Trump's rallies over the past 6 months. And there are critics who say, well, they're not quite as spirited as they used to be, et cetera. But they're pretty as performances. Let's just talk as performance. They're actually pretty impressive. And when you put him next to anybody, other than Ron DeSantis, perhaps, but also Ron DeSantis, just as a performer on the stump. You put Trump next to Mike Pompeo or Ron DeSantis or Mike Pence or Nikki Haley if she changes her mind and decides to run against Donald Trump. Would you have a 2016 situation in which one of the performers is so much stronger than the others? That there's a bit of an imbalance there.

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No. 2 Ohio State holds off Terps 43-30, Michigan next

AP News Radio

00:19 sec | Last week

No. 2 Ohio State holds off Terps 43-30, Michigan next

"Freshman running back dalin Hayden rushed for three touchdowns and 146 yards a blocked punt early in the third quarter set up the first of his three scores Hayden was filling in for trevion Henderson who was battling a foot injury CJ Stroud through for a touchdown of 241 yards while Talia tung of iloa threw for two scores and 293 yards

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The Power of State Legislatures

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

00:59 min | Last week

The Power of State Legislatures

"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.

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Pastor Paul Chappell: What's the Faith-Base of Those 12 Republicans?

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:38 min | Last week

Pastor Paul Chappell: What's the Faith-Base of Those 12 Republicans?

"Have a list. This is a freshly updated list of Republican senators who are supporting this, and all of these folks, by the way, were just like Barack Obama and one of them in particular was staunchly opposed to same sex marriage. That would be Mitt Romney of Utah, who now supports the bill, also Tom tillis of North Carolina, rob Portman of Ohio and Susan Collins of Maine, a Lisa Murkowski is hinting that she will support this along with senators, let's see here. Senator Joni Ernst of Iowa, telling Business Insider that she was keeping an open mind about the bill. So you could have more Republican senators joining the Democrats pastor. Yes, that's a concern. And I always, as a pastor, I always ask myself, what's the faith base of the individual making that vote, what's going on at their home church? Because it usually influences them. And then the second thing is who are their donors. And there's a lot of money that comes from this crowd. What they're all saying is that this was passed at the Supreme Court level. We're just agreeing with the Supreme Court. But that's not exactly as I understand it true. This is an opportunity for them to be what our founders intended. It checks and balances in how far this law is codified and how much of a nuisance it becomes to the faith community. And so at the very least, they need to consider language in the in this that excludes religious organizations and I've yet to hear about that. Well,

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Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:42 min | Last week

Rep. Jim Jordan: Accountability Is Coming

"Congressman Jim Jordan, the fiery feisty warrior from Ohio. Who is whip smart he's like a dog with a bone and moments ago on Capitol Hill, here was congressman Jim Jordan, part of the newly Republican controlled House of Representatives oversight saying there's going to be an accountability coming because a new sheriff in town. We're going to try to help represent comer and the team here at oversight with our work on judiciary, but with a specific focus on what the FBI was doing. When we know these 51 former Intel officials, they got security clearance. How often are they talking to the FBI? Are they talking to the FBI? Who's doing the talk? And who's doing the briefing? Were they brief, there's so many questions that need answers so we can get to the bottom of this. And the final thing I would say is this. A colleague of mine said this in a committee hearing a few weeks ago. Mister Gates, he said, what is the FBI going to quit interfering with elections? 2016, they spied on president Trump's campaign 2018. It was the Mueller investigation 2020. They suppressed information about the Hunter Biden story 2022. They're rated the president's home 91 days before an election. Maybe it'd be nice if the FBI the Justice Department just stayed out of it, let me the people decide who we think should represent us who we think should lead us. That's supposed to be how America works. So this is the focus on the judiciary committee, the political nature of the Justice Department, and the linkage now to what was happening with the Hunter Biden story. Again, just 15 days before we have presidential election.

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The Republican Path to Recovery

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:19 min | Last week

The Republican Path to Recovery

"Thanks to former New Jersey governor Chris Christie for sticking around and talking to me some more because governor, when we went to break, you were telling me the RNC doesn't plan to put count a ton of stage until August. I don't know if you saw JD Vance, the senator elect from Ohio. He wrote in the American conservative about our small dollar donor disadvantage. It's significant. It's massive. One way to close it is to get our candidates on a stage talking about our messages. Why would the RNC wait till August? You know, I don't know you, I think, you know, they're doing the same thing they did four years ago. I think it's cookie cutter and it's easy. And I think that's what they're going to do. Now I've actually always changed. It certainly candidates to make an agreement to go out there and do these things together as well. You know, meet you. I've never been reluctant to get on the stage. No, anybody. And have a conversation. And look, in the end of the day, what we need to do is to start talking about as you said, our public issues, and we didn't win our Tuesday in the way we should have. Because we ran that candidates who were giving not completely, but in the mean messages that were not credible. And I think voters just said, yeah, no, thank you. I don't know thank you in Arizona. Now imagine this does do see one by 13 points in 20 14. If I 15 points in 2018, this should not have even been a close race in Arizona for the governorship there. And when we're not winning those kind of races, if we can't be competitive like you, statewide, in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania, there is no electoral math that gets a Republican the presidency. Let me ask you, do you think Mitch McConnell should be reelected leader of the Republican caucus? Look, I've never worked in Mitch McConnell, but I would say this. I think he does a very good job at managing a very unruly and difficult caucus. And so from my perspective, I think Mitch McConnell is the leader of the Senate Republicans and I think you should continue to be. All right,

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 No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | Last week

No. 6 Kansas rallies late to beat No. 7 Duke 69-64

"AP sports I'm in college basketball season is about a week old and two massive games in Indianapolis saw Michigan state outlast fourth ranked Kentucky 86 77 in OT while 6th ranked Kansas powered past number 7 duke 69 64 using a late 15 to 5 run to erase the blue devil's 5 point lead The top 5 of the college football playoff rankings stayed the same Georgia Ohio State Michigan and TCU while Tennessee remains a contention despite one loss the vowels are 5th In the NBA the Dallas Mavericks blew a 25 point lead but came back to win one O three one O one over the LA clippers Luka Dončić had 35 points NHL the New Jersey Devils have won ten in a row Jack Hughes scored twice in New Jersey's 5 one win over Montreal Baseball news Anthony Rizzo was coming back to the Yankees two years $40 million deal Postseason awards bok Cho Walter of the New York myths named NL manager of the year Cleveland's Terry Francona takes the AL award

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Some 10,000 mink loose, missing after vandalism at Ohio farm

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Some 10,000 mink loose, missing after vandalism at Ohio farm

"Thousands of minks are missing after vandalism at an Ohio farm Authorities in northwest Ohio are investigating an act of vandalism that free thousands of minks from a rule farm officials in van worked county say so many minks were killed crossing a nearby road that a plow had to be brought in to clear the carcasses farm workers were able to corral minks that remained on the property a manager told W ANA TV that someone left a spray painted message of the letters ALF and the phrase will be back a group known as the animal liberation fraud reportedly claimed credit for previous release I Norman hall

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Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:04 min | Last week

Jack Posobiec Reflects on the Victories From the 2022 Midterms

"Really quick. One minute remaining, we're going to have our eyes on Arizona tonight. What are some of the other victories that you think are worth talking about from this election cycle? Oh, well, certainly JD vans. I mean, you know, when you look at a guy who's had so much put up against him, but at the same time, in a year where incumbents did very well, he goes up for the open Senate seat is able to win convincingly by 6 points in that state. I think also they're really telling the story of showing how a Republican can come in when the rust belt and show that, you know, this isn't some situation where oh, by the way, you know, Republicans have, you know, they're trying to paint this narrative that maga is over, maga is going, no, JD Vance, by the way, was a guy who wasn't a big Trump fan in 2016 as people remember and they certainly used his comments against him in the primary, but he came came around, saw the power of magas, all the power of the working class, and really came to Jesus on those issues. And I think the voters of Ohio rewarded him and showed that there is a path still in the rust belt for people like that.

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What Should Be the Right's Top Issue? Larry Elder Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:21 min | Last week

What Should Be the Right's Top Issue? Larry Elder Weighs In

"No matter whether it's Trump, or it's elder, or it's desantis, or what do you think needs to be that top issue that Republicans are moving forward with? Because there's been a lot of controversy about whether or not we got the messaging rate, I feel like we did. I don't know how you can say that talking about people's pocketbooks and their safety is wrong. But what should it be? Well, it's pocketbook issues, but I do think we underestimated the power of a couple of issues. One abortion. The other one is this phone issue of so called election denied. When roe V wade got overturned, I wasn't terribly concerned about it, although there was a flurry for a while, threat on the part of conservatives, it's going to energize the Democrats. But I thought it was going to go away. I thought it had gone away. The polling suggested that it had, but the exit polling suggested that the polling was wrong. It was the number two issue after the economy and well ahead of crime. And so we got that wrong. And I think a lot of Republicans failed to convince people that the reality is all the reversal of growth did is put this issue back to the states where it was for the first nearly 200 years of our republic. What's wrong with that? And I think a lot of Democrats believe that rogue reversal romantic abortion was going to be illegal. And I think it was a bad move on the part of Lindsey Graham to suggest that there's going to be some sort of national legislation to codify restrictions on abortion. It should not be a federal issue either pro choice or pro life. It should be a statewide issue. And I think that scared a lot of people. Regarding the election denying nonsense, you know, Carrie Lake, I thought Hanley pretty well when she informed her voters that Hillary has been denying elections for 5 years and Stacey Abrams denying elections for two years and Al Gore to this day believes that the Supreme Court put George W. Bush in office Vinny Thompson the chair of the January 6th committee tried to overturn the election first week of January 2005 by claiming that the Ohio debo voting machines have been tampered with, there's no evidence that that my point is for 22 years Democrats have been denying elections. I think a lot of Democrats are unaware of that. The reason I know that is I was in Dallas at an airport just a couple of days ago, Jen, and I'm talking to this moderate self described moderate, professor, and he was talking about how he felt that election denying earth the Republicans on Tuesday. And I told him what I told you about Hillary denying election for 5 years. He said, and I quote, I never heard her do that. I said, professor with all due respect, you are part of the problem that

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No. 2 Ohio St loses RB Williams in 56-14 rout of Indiana

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 2 Ohio St loses RB Williams in 56-14 rout of Indiana

"Ohio State's 56 14 pounding on Indiana was tainted by an injury to Mayan Williams The buckeyes running back racked up 147 yards and a touchdown when he was carted off with a right leg injury in the first half With Williams out dallin Hayden stepped in and carried 19 times for 102 yards and a touchdown CJ scrapped through for 5 touchdowns as the CFP number two buckeyes improved to ten and overall and 7 or zero in the Big Ten Strad was 17 of 28 for 297 yards throwing two of his scoring strikes to cade stover I'm Dave ferry

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Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

Tropical Depression Nicole moves through Georgia

"Nicole is now a tropical depression The storm is moving through Georgia this morning a day after causing havoc in Florida That's where it touched down Thursday as a hurricane and then a tropical storm The national hurricane center says Nicole could dump as much as 6 inches of rain over the blue ridge mountains today and urban flooding is possible as the storm moves into the eastern Ohio valley mid Atlantic and New England through Saturday and Florida most of the damage is along the east coast and the Daytona Beach area Nicole has caused at least two deaths and sent homes along Florida's coast toppling into the Atlantic Ocean I'm Donna water

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Let the 2024 Campaign Begin

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:51 sec | 2 weeks ago

Let the 2024 Campaign Begin

"And we got a minute left. Again, congratulations, you're a model, when do you want the 2024 campaign talk to start? I'm not letting it start yet. I'm in Switzerland. I'm neutral on who gets the nomination, but when does it start? I don't think we have any choice. It is already started. This is, you know, this always happens. You're two years out in an election night. You're just still counting the votes and the people are looking at the presidential race. So we can't stop that judge. Are you going to endorse someone early? Are you waiting? Oh, I don't know. I haven't even gotten to that yet, so focus it on Ohio. I know you're go box. You'll be focused on beating Michigan first, but then governor, come back and tell me when you decided what to do. Congratulations, a million plus vote victory. 63% in carrying deep blue old deep blue trumbull county by 66 and a half percent. Wow.

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"ohio" Discussed on BrainStuff

BrainStuff

06:42 min | 7 months ago

"ohio" Discussed on BrainStuff

"Music live dot com slash I heart country. This episode is brought to you by Star Trek strange new worlds. The final frontiers waiting. Star Trek strange new worlds is premiering may 5th, exclusively on paramount plus. Strange new worlds is a series for everyone, whether you've been a Star Trek fan since the original series, or this is your very first adventure with starfleet. Get a glimpse of life on the enterprise before the days of captain Kirk. Anson mount leads the starship as captain pike with Spock number one and the rest of the crew in tow encounter new species in new worlds with hope, excitement and optimism for the future in new episodes every week, starring Anson mount, Ethan peck, and Rebecca remain. Make first contact with Star Trek, strange new worlds, premiering may 5th on paramount plus. This episode is brought to you by animal behavior college. Are you a lover of marine life? What if you could start a whole new career as an Aquarius or an aquarium maintenance professional in just 8 months? If you teach a person about fish, they'll have a career forever. Animal behavior college is proud to present their aquarium maintenance program. Learn about fresh and saltwater fish, aquarium maintenance, fishkeeping, and more. With their flexible online schedules, study from home in the U.S. or Canada. They offer flexible tuition payment plans with no credit checks. Enroll at animal behavior college dot com. That's animal behavior college dot com. Welcome to brain stuff, a production of iHeartRadio. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren bogle bomb here. Imagine you're a person living about a thousand years ago and what's now the state of Ohio. Your job is mostly growing corn, and otherwise hanging out in and around your village, providing all the necessities of life for yourself and your community. Making pottery to cook in, maintaining your home and the other buildings in the village, and working to procure food other than corn. A growing squash and beans, banting deer and turkeys, and so on. But one day you're talking with some friends and you decide, let's make a snake sculpture on the edge of this meteorite crater over here. And, so you do. And you make it 1376 feet long. That's 419 meters. Located in southwestern Ohio, serpent mound is a giant earthen mound, and the largest serpent effigy in the world, a thought to have been constructed by the fort ancient people around 900 years ago. Although some argue that the site is much older, and that the four ancient people didn't build it, but actually refurbished it. Although no human remains or artifacts have been found in this Inuit grassy hillock that is serpent mound, some graves and burial mounds stand nearby. Probably built by the people of the adena culture. The fort ancients predecessors in the area, about 600 years, even earlier. Regardless, serpent mound belongs to a class of structures called effigy mounds, a which were commonly built in the shape of animals, like bears, lynx, bison, or birds, and often served as burial sites for ancient peoples. Serpent mound sits on the edge of a meteorite impact crater, and The Serpent itself ranges between 19 and 25 feet wide. That's 6 two 7 and a half meters. And it rises around three feet or one meter from the surrounding landscape, with its head formed by a rock cliff overhanging a nearby creek. Although it's difficult to know what its purpose was, since it wasn't used for burials, it does act as a calendar. The sunset on the summer solstice lines up with The Serpent's head. The eastern face and curves of the snake's body line up with the sunrise on the equinoxes, and The Serpent's tail coils align with the winter solstice. In the year 2008, serpent mound and 8 other Ohio American Indian earthworks were chosen by the United States Department of the Interior for inclusion on the United States tentative list of sites to be submitted to UNESCO for inclusion on the prestigious World Heritage Sites list. UNESCO is the United Nations educational scientific and cultural organization. If serpent mound is eventually inscribed on the list, possibly in 2023, according to Ohio history connections World Heritage director Jennifer Altman, it would be among the likes of Egypt's pyramids, the Great Wall of China, Pompeii, Stonehenge, and the Taj Mahal. A serpent mound is located within The Serpent mound state memorial. Designated a national historical landmark in people's Ohio, maintained by the Ohio history connection. From the site is open seasonally from April through November, with visitor hours every day except Mondays and some holidays. The site boasts an observation tower that was built in 1908, following increasing interest from European colonists that started in 1847, when the mound was sketched and surveyed. Though the tower is currently closed for the season for needed repairs. And archeological investigation continues. As of 2014, new radiocarbon dating suggested that the effigy may be from as early as 300 BCE. Today's episode is based on the article, Ohio serpent mound is an archeological mystery on how stuff works dot com. Written by Justin shields, brain stuff is production of iHeartRadio in partnership with how stuff works dot com and is produced by Tyler clang. Four more podcasts from my heart radio, visit the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. This episode is brought to you by animal behavior college. For the love of dogs, your future can only get better. Study to become a professional dog trainer at animal behavior college. 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"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

Fairground F*ck Ups

04:56 min | 7 months ago

"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

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"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

Fairground F*ck Ups

06:28 min | 7 months ago

"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

"The central pylon rotates, causing the arms to spin or the centrifugal force raised the gondola's high off the ground. While this happens, the central pylon begins to sway and massive arcs, bring the gondolas and those thrill seekers strapped within. To hide more than 20 meters from the ground. KMG boasted this ride requires only three people to assemble. And can be ready in just three hours. The ride had been in operation for 9 hours that day. Onlookers watched with fascination as the fireball started up. The arms reaching their top spin and the pendulum making greater and greater arcs. Counting down the thrilling moments until they would have their chance to defy gravity. Then came the terrible sound of tearing metal. Here is the actual sound of the accident. Onlookers described pace as something flying off the joint where one of the gondolas connected to the arms. Here is eyewitness, Julian Bellinger, describing what he saw to ABC News. So on the ground, it was me and my Friends, we were just recording each other on SnapChat and we had deleted the video because we heard commotion on the on the ride. And it was people on the ride, like slow it down, it's too fast, and all this. So people on the ground beside me and in front of me in line because I was about to get on the ride. They all were like, wow, wow, wow, slow down slow down, and all that. So the people that were working it had pressed the emergency brake and in the video, you see it go up, and then when it came back down, a piece had felt. So then that's when I had followed it up, and then when I just seen the people fall out, I turned my head and I just, I couldn't watch it. People were running away, crying. You just don't expect to see stuff like that, especially at the fair here. Britney mail and her sister Kylie, who were next in line to ride the fireball describe what they saw. The ride was going as normal and then all of a sudden you see people flying out. And then the guy hit the emergency stop button, which then made the seat fly off and people flew off as well. It was likely that the sudden jolt of the stop button and rapid loss of velocity that caused the gondola the Tyler Gerald was riding on to break completely free from the arm. While the pendulum was still on an upward swing. The momentum through them higher still into the air and flung them far from the ride itself. The incident was filmed and it is horrifying to see the gondola break free from the ride and bodies flung in all directions. It's all I remember is hearing the loud crash of the car snapping off the ride and then just people screaming and screaming and screaming to stop stop stop. We're thinking of those killed and hurt and that terrible accident at the Ohio State fair. And such a scary moment for all the family there need a fear that a lot of us have attended over the years and there's so many of these fears that are still going on across the country. Yeah, this was the first day of the Ohio State fair when that popular fireball ride broke apart in midair. You see it right there. At least one person was killed as Robin said 7 others injured this morning all rise at their house state fair are shut down. Four riders received serious injuries that saw them hospitalized for weeks. Casia Lewis did not even regain consciousness for several weeks after the incident. On the ground, several people were injured when debris from the ride rained down upon the crowd. Kaja Lewis did regain consciousness. However, her boyfriend who was riding alongside her. Tyler Gerald did not. Along with the tragic loss of Tyler's life, there were 7 people injured. 5 of them seriously. 8 victims of this disaster was enough to prompt the Ohio State fair organizers to shut down all amusement rides for the remainder of the 2017 show. Immediately investigations began to determine the cause of the tragedy. And to answer that all consuming question who's to blame. Initially, the authorities from the board of agriculture expressed deep regret for the victims and their families. Along with some bewilderment that struck summer's tone deaf under the circumstances. Inspections have been conducted multiple times within the week, leading up to the state fair opening. Including one completed that very morning. No safety issues were flagged at any point. The company that owned the ride, amusements of America, made their own inspection and logbooks open to investigators. They had not found any problems in the years they had been responsible for the fireball ride. Eventually, investigators worked their way back to the original Dutch manufacturer. KMG after reviewing the findings of the onsite investigators, they communicated that excessive corrosion on the interior of the gondola support beam had made the ride unstable. This was something that would have occurred over the course of many years. And something that would have left no visible signs to most safety inspections. Only a complete dismantling of every component would have revealed such a flaw. And surely it's not reasonable to expect such an expensive and time consuming process every time an inspection was required. After reviewing it all, county prosecutor Ronald Bryant said there's no evidence of previous history of failure, nor he said, is there any evidence that signs of this particular failure were noticed by any of the owners, inspectors or operators of this ride prior to the actual failure. And prosecutor O'Brien said just failing to perceive.

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"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

Fairground F*ck Ups

07:55 min | 7 months ago

"ohio" Discussed on Fairground F*ck Ups

"In this episode of fairground fuck ups, we had two Ohio in the Midwest of the United States. Home of The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It was the opening day and excitement filled the air as the gates were open to admit the eager crowds. Among them was a young man in the prime of his life. 18 years old, having just completed his school career. He has enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He plans to make something of himself and serve his country while he's doing it. His basic training will commence soon. On this day, however, he is free to enjoy a day of fun and excitement at the greatest event on the calendar. The Ohio State fair. Amongst the crowds, young Tyler Gerald stroll, taking in the sights and sounds of the pavilions and shows. At the state fair, there is no end of the excitement to be found. And the stories told by those who attend are meant to be stories of fun and adventure. The Ohio State fair is one of the largest of its kind. And has been an annual event for more than 170 years. Originating as a showcase for livestock and produce. The fair has a rich and significant history. In 2016, an.

"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

"Ohio after just over a year has already made great progress through unprecedented collaboration, using strategies that are long term sustainable science based and cost effective collaborations with the Ohio Department of Agriculture, the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. The Ohio EPA, The Lake Erie Commission and many partners, including the Ohio Agriculture Conservation Initiative have worked together to invest in projects across the state that will reduce nutrients and provide other long term economic and water quality benefits to communities statewide. Joining us this week as Clark Hudson, program coordinator for H two Ohio in the Western Lake Erie Basin. Clark Welcome back to R Ohio Weekly. Thank you Tie. It's great to be back. Been a while. Last time we talked HT Ohio is being rolled out. Farmers were attending in person meetings to find out more about it. Take us back to really what H two. Ohio is and tell us about your role in the program. He's still high as the governor's signature conservation program involves more than just agriculture involves on the Department of Natural Resources and the Higher Environmental Protection Agency as well, But the agricultural component of it is primarily for working lands, and we're trying to incentivize farmers and producers to So many are doing a great job, but just trying to document the job that they're doing and document That they are doing things for the environment and to provide some incentives to help them step up to the next level. If if they're doing a good job, but to get them to do a great job, we've got some practices available that they can Could really make an impact to reduce the phosphorus loading, especially in northwest Ohio. That's our obviously our biggest concern to reduce the foster floating in Lake area, but Ohio will eventually Be a statewide program and from E P A. And D N R. They already our information practices in other parts of the state. I came on board in November of 2019 as the Western Lake Erie Basin Project coordinator for each to Ohio. And as you said it was kind of a whirlwind from November two. February and March. When we had those first rollout meetings, we had just incredible interest from farmers. We signed up initially about 40% of the cropland acres in those 14 counties, which blew our expectations and our goals kind out of the water. So, but we have been spent the last year including, um having to have a little bit of a pause and restart. No, we are Last rollout meeting was the last day of February of last year. And on March 13th We got the word that state of Ohio and a lot of other states where pretty much shutting down because of covid, so we Tried to implement this program and to sign up the last month of our sign up was essentially under covid, and it caused some issues for the districts. But the, uh the salt water districts have been fantastic partners, as always, for us and for for all of agriculture. And they got the job done. We did have to kind of take a little pause and and we weren't sure and may and June whether we were going to have a program because state funding was really in jeopardy, and the next year's budget was completely up in the air. So we also certainly want to, um, you know, sure, Appreciation to the state Legislature who have been legislatures who have been extremely supportive. This program along with the administration to Provide the funds that are needed to implement this program. So we had a very good, um, first sign up in the 14 counties in the what we call the mommy watershed because all those counties are either all or partially in the water. The mommy watershed. That was our sign of last year. We did have to shorten the program, and we had to initially only offer a one year contract instead of the original four year contract, And then, um, Right now we're just wrapping up in those 14 counties, the signings of a two year extension so those all producers will end up getting Three years of payments for their practices through this first round of H 20, Ohio, and when we hope that once those three years are done, we'll have some other form of an age to hire program kind of a maintenance type program, but that's still in the works. You mentioned how this was part of the new biennial budget that was passed back in July. So H two Ohio, then expanded into 10 additional counties. We'll talk about that in just a bit, but how much funding so far has been Given to H two Ohio as a whole, And when some people here this number, it's going to seem relatively high. But talk about why there needs to be so much funding for these farmers to make these best management practices happened. Between the two biennium. Now we've had funding we have received funding in the last biennium. And we received funding in this by any M, but we we have received about $170 million over the course of the four years. That's the staggering number. I never thought I'd be working at a program. It was talking and those kind of dollars Um, but we're talking about an area of about four million cropland acres between all 24 the counties that were now involved in therefore, towards 2.4 million acres of crop landing in the 14 counties initially and about a million and a half. About 60% the size of about a million and half acres of cropland in that the remaining 10 counties in the eastern part of the western Lake Erie Basin, which is predominantly, uh, the Sandusky River watershed, so Um, So what we are attempting to do is get in many cases Get producers to, uh, develop new practices are new ways of managing their nutrients, Um, to buy equipment to Have this impact me longer than the three years if if a producer switches from a broadcast applications of manure or fertilizer to placing those nutrients below the surface, those are significant investments. In equipment and in technology, and that technology equipment impact will last far beyond the three years that we're talking about if they are adopting those new practices. The other thing is, is, uh, Getting it all these producers to not just takes all test and have have solar tests on their farm. But understand what that means and understand. You know how many how many nutrients they really need to grow the crops that they're trying to grow. Um, a lot of folks have a you have a really good handle on it. But there's you know, we just want to make sure that the producers also understand that that this has been a uh um, A great effort, as you mentioned earlier are part or oh, a CIA partners. Um all of the commodity groups have been very supportive of this this Steve Act. Businesses are very supportive of this. They also have a large workload in this because they're the ones they're developing. And helping that producer developed his nutrient management plan so that, um, we are only putting on the nutrients that we are that are needed. Clark Hudson joins us this week on our Ohio. We claim he's the program coordinator for the H two Ohio program through the Ohio Department of Agriculture. How are payments divvied out to farmers when they enroll in each to Ohio and choose these programs they want to take part in. We're paying for implementation. So producers signs up for any of our practices, and we have a suite of several practices. But the primary practice and then kind of the keystone is They have to develop a nutrient management plan on the acres that they want to enroll in HD Ohio, which means that they have to have current sole task. They have to make their nutrient recommendations. Whether those nutrients are from from commercial fertilizer or from manure. Those those recommendations have to be based on realistic yield goals based on past history. And and they're cropping system and their plans..

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"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

"To feature someone who will always be one of our own while Keith Step but retired from the Ohio Farm Bureau, he will always be a friend, an example for his leadership here, but also at the Ohio Soybean Council. Let's hear more from Mr Stanford in this week's to the Beat of agriculture, she steppers. We live in Worthington, Ohio, and, uh, I've had a 42 year career with the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation and several different capacities. I mean, I grew up in town, as I say. But, you know, I was thinking about maybe getting into law or getting into medicine or something like that. But With dad and his influence and and, you know, kind of wanting to be of service to others, you know, and feeding, hungry population kind of a pretty cool place to be in terms of helping others and so Um, add kind of hit home and that encouraged me. You know, telling me about the great people in agriculture they give they did work with so and so forth. So, uh, just kind of came home. With the big at school here in Ohio Miami University now that just getting there, but I went to Miami and had a chance to study overseas. At the time I was studying economics and international trade. And had occasion to kind of research the AG policy of your European Union and, you know, I kind of came home from that saying I'm going to turn this economics degree into agriculture, economics and and kind of worked on that. This is funny, But.

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"ohio" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"Two thousand twenty one so yeah and i know that's not fair to start off this podcast with you. Know a long tangent long speech like this but you is well. No that yeah. There were times where. I didn't wanna do this. Podcast ever again. You know. But i am back. I hope to be back every week now especially with high school football because you know we run through the scores and everything which i still gotta get that set up on my computer. So welcome back to the cincinnati dayton sports park. Yes this is your source of local sports too bad now. The other radio stations dayton thing. That's important but let's carry on is the start of high school football season tonight here in the state of ohio. And i'm very excited one. Because i get to work in cincinnati again working with espn media for my third year second year with the princeton vikings and espn media's now and a working partnership with love sports and yes on this podcast. I mentioned buffalo sports and fc. Cincinnati fans blah blah blah blah. You can go back and pass episodes and listen to that but this partnership is awesome because flow sports has basically bounced esp media to pretty much to everything for their client school's. My boss told me close to five hundred broadcast in the school year. So yeah i'm gonna see since nine a lot and i love it. My first game is tonight. yes i know. It's a thursday. The nineteenth of august twenty twenty one bad and yes. I know high school. Football's normally on fridays. But it's a cross town showdown match. It's the first one of the season and there's three this weekend. It's a tremendous event l. By in game sports a great sports marketing company and cincinnati. Tom gamble he does an amazing job with that. And also the reds school future showcase for baseball. You might have been able to pick up that since i said reds but never mind so yeah. Cincinnati high school. Football is definitely going to be what i'm catching. the most. Also staying in tune with dayton high school football a little bit lime area because you know this coverage area goes from allen county down to northern kentucky so yeah there's gonna be a lot of great high school football now. This isn't a episode warm going cover every single school good lord. It'd be here for years. And i'd miss my game tonight because let me tell you. There's a lot of high schools It's back to a ten game regular season but what has changed from previous non cove effected sixteen teams each region. Get the playoffs. I said sixteen now. Four division one region for there are seventeen schools. And this is okay for those. That don't know the numbers in ohio high school sports the smaller the number one beans. The bigger. the school is one is the biggest schools in ohio whereas in football division seven year tiny schools and other sports in ohio. It's division three sometimes..

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"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

02:47 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"I think one is that yes needed. Turner raise more money than sean brown but there was a lot of outside money in this race and nina. Turner mentioned it. The democratic majority for israel super pac spent close to a million dollars. Tv ads against nina turner szanto brown's fundraising did pick towards the end in nina. Turner spent a lot of money on tv very early in the race. She went up in late april for in august. Third primary. I think you could make the argument. She was trying to lock her lead. But by the end she was being out pointed out spent on the air By sean. Tell brennan sean. Toll brown ally. So i think this idea that like even you know as a financial resource can't sell these ideas is is a little unfair. I think when you look at the ads that sean brown ran and that these outside groups ran against nina turner. They weren't saying nina. Turner supports medicare for all in the green new deal. Here's why these ideas will hurt your life or hurt the way you live for why they're not good for you. They said nina. Turner is not a good soldier for the democratic party. Nina turner has said mean things about joe biden. Nina turner is not going to you. Know get things done and so like being anti joe biden is not popular but i don't know that this race proved that progressive ideas are popular at the base. Because it's really not what. They attacked her own. Yeah yeah and so. I'm hesitant to draw too big of a takeaway on the policy proposals. Yeah it seems it seems like there's not that wide gap anymore at least in washington with what biden is driving policy-wise between the sanders wing and the biden wing. Right sanders is the guy writing biden. The biden budget in the senate and the white house seems pretty happy with it. And i think progressives are trying to figure out how do we fit into this democratic washington like sean mcelwee st- the liberal pulling data for progress Told me last night. Democratic voters like the democratic party progressives to show that we support the democratic party living up to its true values not trying to tear it down. I think there's a wing of the progressive party that envisions working with the establishment. Working inside at like you mentioned and not blowing it out from the outside which is what. A lot of nina's past rhetoric hinted at alley on the republican side. We had another nice press friendly civil war narrative going on we had a much bigger fielded candidates but one of them was endorsed by donald trump. And he's a wonderful man. I've known her for a long time. Mike.

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"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

POLITICO's Nerdcast

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO's Nerdcast

"In president binds caton so she can't endorse in the race. Calm and i can so that the underlying thread between the battle and why the cbc decided to endorses that the cdc has been has seen more progressive primary challengers in recent years especially since eighteen and in twenty twenty corey. Bush actually said lacy clay from his saint. Louis district black majority district lacy claes the son of a founder of the cbc and joyce beatty the current chairwoman had a progressive challenger. That clark has had a challenge a really intense fear in the cbc of being ousted by progressive challenges in. It's not just because they like being in congress and they want to stay in congress even as some of these kind of younger black progressive candidates win open seats enjoying the cbc changed. The dynamic cbc is a historic group that prides itself on unity on its ability to act as a block. And now that there's more difference than ideology because some of the the younger members are more progressive but also style They're more critical of leadership. They don't necessarily defer to seniority. And so there's kind of competing view of what the cbc should be and nina turner really embodied for them. You know someone that was going to come in and hurt their unity and break their ability to speak with one voice and jim clyburn got so heavily involved in the race because nina turner and killer mike and a conversation that they had during a campaign of an june had suggested that no. He wasn't doing enough to trade on his endorsement of biden. He wasn't doing enough to extract more gains from bite. It and that really angered jim clyburn. And that was part of why he couldn't add for chantal brown and why he came into the district and y you know they got involved in the way that they did so. There's a bigger kind of question about the cbc in their involvement. That is really interesting. I feel like killer. Mike in clyburn have a little bit history as 'cause killer. Mike has been a longtime bernie supporter and campaigned heavily in south carolina. I think the clever presidential candidates have always defeated killer. Mike candidates in those presidential primaries in south carolina. So clever and this is like three for three with with him against a killer. Mike candidates and this was. I mean he really came in and endorsed someone tell she was behind and help took it over the finish line. So he definitely earned the king-making power here while sue one interesting dynamic that was playing out in washington on the same day as this primary. Is that corey bush Known as a member of the squad Very prominent a black woman progressive in the house. I'm elated and i'm overwhelmed. You know because just the thought that so many people right now. Millions of people you know will not be fourth out on the street. She was essentially leading activists to push the biden administration on this issue of the evictions. Moratorium got a ton of attention by staying overnight on the capitol steps. She couldn't literally sleep on the capitol steps. Because you're you're not allowed. So she was up for. I believe like three nights doing this Widespread coverage and the biden administration seems to have reversed course and pushed the cdc to extend this moratorium. And i noticed in the coverage of this depending on whose writing the story. Some people really emphasized the progressive activist wing of the party and corey bush's leadership. Here and others really emphasized. Nancy pelosi's behind the scenes conversations with the white house. So even in these stories of like. Who's actually getting things done in washington. You see the the sort of split in the democratic party playing out. I'm just curious. If you see this playing out a lot more in in congress i think it. It actually played out a bit in this race. Corey buscher supposed to be campaigning. For nina turner a weekend that she stayed out over the capitol steps and she couldn't come because she was trying to make a statement in dc and that was repeatedly mentioned at nina turner's victory on tuesday night that this is why we need people in congress like corey bush like nina turner because they are pushing the administration to get these gains the flip side of this on chantelle brown side. She stressed that nina turner had made too many enemies. She said i'm not going to have to start my time in congress with a long list of apologies to people i've offended. I've got good relationships. I can go in and get things done. Look at these people. I know what jim clyburn enjoy. Spady greg meeks penny thompson. These cbc members who have come into the district. I obviously have a good relationship with marcia fudge. I'm going to be effective. I'm going to be able to get things done. So i think there is still that back and forth in that question of like what brings results in this campaign this morning. I got an email from some very close to joe biden. Who made the following point to wanna tell me what you think of this. This person said chantal brown has fewer than twenty thousand twitter followers. Anita nina turner has nearly half a million but the afc wing of the party now has lost the louisiana special where their candidate outspent the winner. The virginia governor new york city mayor and now ohio eleven were nina turner and her name. R i d started with thirty five point lead end outspent. Shantelle brown person goes on. And the the d triple c polling showing that joe biden's agenda particularly infrastructure. Bill is the strongest argument in front-line districts. That should be a warning. So this person's clearly arguing that kind of biden style. Moderate candidates are crushing it in these elections and that is the way for democrats to keep the house next year. Is this a little too much spin or is this a real trend here. That should have the moderates declaring their like winning the civil war right now. I i actually have because this is a point. A lot on twitter. That twitter is not real life. Lena turner had all of this twitter energy but shawn brown had this port on the ground. that nina turner had all the money but her ideas weren't popular. I think there's two problems at that point..

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"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

POLITICO Dispatch

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on POLITICO Dispatch

"That that i think has generated the most interest there is that donald trump got involved. voters in ohio's fifteenth congressional district. Have a very long slate of candidates to get through in the special election set for august but former president. Donald trump is trying to help them make up their minds. He gave endorsement might carry. Who's a former energy lobbyist. And it's interesting for for for a couple of reasons first of all there doesn't seem to be any particular reason. Why why trump would have had to put his his name on the line here. Most candidates running in republican primaries are trumpy to to some extent and as and as a number in this primary but now the trump has jumped in his. His cachet is on the line right and we just saw. Actually trump endorsed candidate lose in kind of an odd republican versus republican special election in texas last week. I'm looking at the front page. Tonight of the texas tribune. And i'm going to read you. The headline which is in a major upset against a candidate backed by donald trump. jake z wins run-off for fort worth area congressional his his chosen candidate lost to the other republican. Who is in the who made the top two runoff. But what i think. The former president's political advisors are concerned about is if kerry his candidate in ohio loses on the heels of susan right his candidate in texas losing. There's this appearance of of him. Losing cloud in within the party and that that would be. That would be a big thing right like you know. The the party is is really his right. Now it's kind of fascinating here how you have one race. That's this big test of how progressive the democratic party wants to go. And you have this other race. That's a big test of how trumpy the republican party wants to go or wants to stay. What do you think. These two primaries reveal about the politics of this moment of the post trump joe biden era. You know the the democratic primary that we've been talking about brown Has has definitely kind of put a lot of weight on on the idea that she wants to go to washington to work with fellow. Democrats work with her party. Work with the white house and kind of contrasting that with turner's more or less leaning ideology and her willingness to call out people who don't who aren't living up to what she sees as as right based on that. And so you know. I think it will be somewhat telling what democratic voters in that district. Decide to to make that of that question. You know and it's a very interesting counterpoint to To to trump right where like if you know a republican candidate who criticizes trump in more or less anyway. Except maybe saying that. Oh they don't like the mean tweets like anything more substantive than that they usually get like bashed over the head with it in in a primary and then they lose you know. Turner turner could well win In a situation where everyone knows that she's not a huge fan of joe biden. and i. you know that that's kind of interesting right like that says lot about the kind of like different ways. The parties are set up at the moment And then you know with the with the republican primary outside columbus. I think again. There's so much there's so many local factories going on these. There's so much beyond who the endorsers are and stuff like that. But i think i think it does almost no matter the result i think it just does china light that like trump's endorsement is not the only thing that matters in republican politics right now the way the racist played out is kind of an interesting reminder. That trump is not everything. That's going on here. Even if even if his his kind of cachet and his influence online scott gland vic so much for talking with me. Hey thanks for having me also today. The nation's top infectious disease expert. Dr anthony doughty says he does not think the. Us will need to reenter lockdown as the delta strain of the corona virus dr surges in new cases across the country speaking to abc over the weekend. Fao she did warn that quote things are going to get worse as the delta variant continues to spread and cast the blame on the some one hundred million americans who are eligible for vaccine but have not received it. She also cautioned about breakthrough infections among vaccinated individuals. Which he said is to be expected because no vaccine is one hundred percent effective. But in those cases he said individuals experience mostly mild or non-existent symptoms and noted that unvaccinated people have a much greater chance of getting infected in the first place and new federal filings. Show that former president. Donald trump's political committees brought in a whopping eighty two million dollars during the first half of twenty twenty one and have one hundred two million dollars in the bank the figures which were i shared with politico underscore the profound reach of trump's fundraising power and the scenario is virtually unprecedented never in history. A former president banks nine figures worth of donations to power political operation. Today's episode included music composed by brake master cylinder be sure to subscribe to politico dispatch if you haven't yet and if you want to help us out tele friend to check out the show. I'm jeremy siegel. Thanks for listening..

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"ohio" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

Let's Get Civical

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on Let's Get Civical

"Sometimes you basically have to like drive through connecticut some parts of new york. Oh yeah all-time exc faster Better known as the northwest ordinance. It provided a path toward statehood for territories north west of the ohio river encompassing the area that would become the future states of illinois. Indiana michigan ohio wisconsin and parts of minnesota. I mean that's a lot like if a couple of states give a little bit of land we got one two three four five and a half states at and like not small states like another. It's not delaware. We don't six delaware snow the seventeen eighty seven ordinance sought to revise thomas. Jefferson's seventeen eighty four were by designating the territories as one district which fell under congress's jurisdiction. I love that it's like all we can do reverse each other's ordinances And that set and like and like figure out the post system. That's what we're doing. Seventeen falls energy for. We were very tired. Very in addition to the information about real estate and estate planning the seventeen eighty seven ordinance also outlined general process for acquiring statehood. Okay interesting we love how you become state we really do The first federal congress renewed the northwest ordinance during its first session in august of seventeen eighty nine but after obtaining that amounts of land from france with the louisiana purchase and from spain with the purchase of spanish. Florida policymakers were forced to adapt the northwest ordinance to suit their changing needs. I mainly yeah. You've you're getting so much land. You gotta have a process and this is the only thing that we have that the process process yeah. Although the northwest ordinance remain a primary model congress passed a series of enabling acts that granted greater autonomy to territorial officials while providing a path to eventual state hood. thing. That's the thing there's a path there's a path to statehood it's been established for hundreds and hundreds of year yup yup and there's like lots of details in the ordinance about like the various stages to be coming estate bullshit but of course they are. What the u dot s dot without some bullshit like legit hazing like it's like we are. We are fraternity. That's exactly right. That's exactly right you probably. I don't know that you've read through the notes yet. But you are ex- you hit the nail quite on the head. I always have my finger on the pulse. Lean when i don't read through the notes prior to record. It's the sexism in that is Racism laced throughout the northwest ordinances. Just you know. It's just not be it last. Just obvious classic classic. So we're going to talk a little bit about the details of the ordinance so like lizzie said earlier legislation such as the ordinance of seventeen eighty four in the land. Ordinance of seventeen eighty five had only said that the territory would some day become stained by some day. You had not time. Now you hang on somebody usually easy you stay on the line and an operator will be with you as sui shortly yes. We're so late. Imagine writing these of legislation and being like. Oh i don't wanna have to figure out when so. Let's just put a placeholder at some point. So that's greasy sunday sunday. It said these two former ordinances that territories could become states and described how the federal government would sell the land to private citizens I've iran we couldn't get land. Sounds great let's just sell. It ought to like the rich white dudes. That's for sure because we can't have land. Thomas jefferson nathan dane manasseh cutler and rufus king. Great names great great. I mean a lot of heavy hitter. Names her heavy hitter great stage names monastic outlier. And rufus king. I mean jesus. I love that yummy yummy. They usually receive credit for the ideas behind the northwest ordinance. So thank you. Bless bless bless according to the act of the territory would have to progress through three separate stages of government so it set up ways that like basically help them set up government over time but it was like heavily restricted and then like had to be approved by congress so in the first stage congress was responsible like the federal congress was responsible for selecting the territory's leaders. There would be a governor. A secretary and three judges the governor and judges jointly select laws from already existing states to create their territories legal code so like they were just like high Delaware what how. What did you do about this thing. And then law. They could make it a borrow them. I imagine all of these higher up positions the governors and the judges were not Inhabitants of the territory. So it's literally plucking somebody from virginia and throwing them into ohio or am i incorrect. We're going to go through. I think they all had to be from the territories okay. Spyglass that road pricing me because it does it does sound like they would just like grab whoever and be like. Hey go ohio for six months gas. Get the setup ryback. But i also feel like you know. It's not like a for sure was a democratic process. They were probably like hey. Do you know who's really great in ohio. This guy john. Do you know him museums john. John john john is great. John is great on be governor. Because you know. We really well. With john john which on yeah return. Having john john in there is exactly think would really help you know. and it's like worse case scenario. We can always turn to. John rand it'll be. It'll be fine and john's brother. Jim also great. Oh my god. Jab jab jab jab. Loved jim jim so they had to use other pre existing state laws and then congress reserved the right to accept or reject all selected laws. So it gets them but the nails they also had to go to congress would be like is this okay and we did like you Get one hundred percent in congress could be like you failed. Go go read it love it. The governor would have power over the militia and native american matters. Oh uh-huh uh-huh Hey he could also select law enforcement officials and judges for the lower courts so the governor was really like a mini president resident.

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"ohio" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on Exploring the Midwest with Jody Halsted

"Vehicles. Maybe yeah especially this time of year. You see so many people driving around in a jeep and even if it's their first trip to ohio that gps has been here before natan tweet ohio all the gps and that's an incredible thing that we certainly take pride in some of the things you'll find some unique things that you'll find across the state the g. plant here that makes airplane engines and the all the footballs for the nfl. Created at the wilson. Football factory in ada Detours as well. We really have a heritage in the manufacturing side that still flows right over into so many of the tourism things that people like to do that you know and as a jeep boehner. I have to say that the thai is really is really fun. And i can't wait to get my jeep back in ohio very soon now. Tanya prater has tuned in and tanya actually isn't ohio and she has a trips in ohio group and website and she says. I love ohio. State parks stayed in many. I'm looking forward to exploring more this summer. Can you tell us a little bit more about ohio state parks and kind of the experience. People might find absolutely the most popular park in the state is the hockey hills and it's been ranked as the top state park in the united states. It has incredible waterfalls and caves old man's cave on the main areas that people go to the little ends and cabins. That are all around. It are what began so popular lately. In fact that's one of those that you probably want to plan out a couple of months because it's it's filling up quickly in the hockey hills area of the state and that's south of columbus out an hour. You'll also find what my family enjoys. All these ledges all these cliffs nelson kennedy ledges state park in the northeast side of the state has where you can walk through caverns and there's rock formations. That are four or five stories tall. And you're going through on top of below just incredible experience and that's nelson kennedy ledges state park in northeast ohio And then when you get out into the northwest side of the state. It's a much ladder area. And it's a long way kyrie when you get to the real north toledo. The industrial area on mommy bay state park is incredible and known for birdwatching. Especially this time year. The migration of birds many of them that are going to get into they stop along lake erie on the ohio side before making that flight over the laken people come from all the to watch warblers and another incredible birds right there. Mommy bay state park now. One thing that people might not associate with ohio but that you have plenty of is islands. We do the the lake. Erie lens to us a fun. Very fun island. That's known for its restaurants and his live music. Aken a good time. And that's put in bay on south bass island then. There's also a very a little more casual a very enjoyable kelley's island that has Some credible beaches right people don't often think about islands and beaches in ohio but Right there on long lake erie and you can take. The jet express is a giant catamaran. You can pay to get on and that'll take you to put island or kelly's island in. You can go from portland oregon dusky. That's a great fun experience that i know my family looks to at least once every year just talking to you makes me realize how much more effort i should have been making in the past gets ohio and the fact that i'm probably going to like you said return and return and return again. Ohio has a very robust website. It's very easy to explore by category by interest by location and of course people can view the current ohio travel guide and they can also order a print copy online at ohio dot org. So can you tell people a little bit more about what they're going to find at the website and things they might want to click through on. Yeah thanks jody. I certainly encourage you to hide it oregon ordinary free twenty twenty one. I'll travel guide. It'll show you our road trips. It'll have more details on the food and honor state parks. We've talked about here and really help you plan that next trip Also at ohio dot org. You'll find a link through to our road trips. We talked about a few here. But there's a ten perfect road trips listed at ohio dot. Org everything from our scenic route road trip to that rock and ride. We talked about to a new charming towns or a drip l. Take you through the best rural areas in the state also ohio dot. You're gonna find information about some of the events we have coming up including six professional golf events happening between may and august univ- august in ohio starts with the memorial tournament in columbus and ends with the solheim cup in toledo the find more information about that on ohio dot org Really thousands of things to do in ohio. You can find it here. We look forward to having everyone. Who's watching the podcast. Go to plan their next ohio trip matt. Thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate it. I am so glad. I had the opportunity to talk with you and and hear more about ohio i just. I can't wait to visit. Well thank you for so much me on the show and you're welcome anytime and over and over again jodi..

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"ohio" Discussed on Locations Unknown

Locations Unknown

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on Locations Unknown

"Home fries said. I can remember one pretty good-looking german shepherd it still had arrows. Stuck in him. Dylan would talk about grossing people out at work with his tales of killing and didn't seem to understand why people would find the stories disturbing so his friend remembered seeing that he had a german shepherd. It's not something you can hunt no with arrows. Stuck in it and it's like do you didn't think that was alarming at that point. But i digress. Yeah why i guess. It's maybe it's because it was the eighties. But i don't even know if that would be acceptable. Then yeah i mean if i saw somebody had just killed german shepherd which was probably somebody's pet. I probably would return them in. Yeah he at least call. Copy came my neighbor. Might maybe there was a legitimate reason but yeah my neighbors killing the neighborhood dogs. Maybe give them a check. Yeah strange it's an nor dylan. Understand why anyone would object to the way he teased fries son and now this is the register flags in this guy still hung out with him once in the mid eighties. When the boy was five or six dylan shot a chipmunk under their backyard grill. now he's talking about His old friends son. The boy was nearby was curious. Said fry dillon. Grabbed an animal and began chasing his son on the yard until he tripped and fell. And then he ground the chipmunk in his face while so he chased like a five or six year old kid around the dead chipmunk in like put it in their face. So that's so messed up. First of all. I don't know why this guy fry still hung out with him or like allows him nearest. Yeah i if anyone had did that to my kids. I i don't know what i would do. I'd probably Stick it's crazy so by the mid one thousand. Nine hundred dylan's activities had attracted attention near dylan's home. One man said he complained to the police. Because dylan had killed his dog. Okay dylan's twenty. Two year work record was good however his supervisor municipal water department. Jd williams in a letter to dylan's attorney after his arrest said tom is a dedicated and highly intelligent employ and these qualities are reflected in his work he gets along well with the other employees and his attitude is always positive in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine while he was a student at ohio. State deal was investigated for possessing an antique russian. Mortar authorities decided not to press charges after determining that the mortar was more of a collector's item than a weapon dylan was also knowledgeable about police procedures in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty. He attended ohio. Peace officers training in saint louis lawrence township stark county doing on the course and graduating with an expert rating and marksmanship in august in nineteen..

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"ohio" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

I'm In Love With That Song

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"ohio" Discussed on I'm In Love With That Song

"Greetings to the four corners of the world from my little sanctuary. Here in new hampshire. This is the i'm in love with that song. Podcast on the pantheon podcast network. I'm your host brad page and each episode of this show. I take one of my favorite songs and we dive into a together to discover all the little nuances in moments. That make the song work on this episode. We're going back to nineteen seventy four for a funk classic. This is the ohio players with fire..

"ohio" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"ohio" Discussed on Pantheon

"A few hours they went with one of the early takes because they all love. David's anguish cries during the final chant of four dead in ohio. Crosby damn near broke the microphone on that one eleven days later atlantic released ohio as a single. The b. side was an acoustic gem. Written by stephen stills find the cost of freedom it peaked at number fourteen. A lot of mainstream radio stations wouldn't play ohio. That probably helped sell. It just added to the buzz around the song. Some call it the last great protest song. Not really there've been others. Since then kneels own rocketed. The free world comes to mind immediately or green day's american idiot or for that matter..

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"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"ohio" Discussed on WTVN

"Ohio Weekly a part of your weekend. I'm tight. Higgins in 2017, Ohio, Farm Bureau members pushed or see a movie reform. And that work has paid off as the declines to members. Tax values continued to grow. C a U V stands for current agricultural use valuation, and the program allows farmland devoted exclusively to commercial agriculture to be valued based on their value and agriculture rather than the full market value. Resulting in a substantially lower tax bill for farmers and property owners, Leah Curtis's policy council with Ohio Farm Bureau. She's been working so hard on programs like this. I think her middle initials are C A. U. V Leah. Thanks for joining us. How you doing? Oh, pretty good. We're hanging in. We got some new results about what to expect with CIA U V in the near future. What can you tell us? Yes. So we got the official values for the 2020 reevaluation. So that's our 41 counties. Our biggest group of counties that are going through the re evaluation right now, and what we're seeing is that those soil values for CIA are declining. In a range of anywhere from 20 to 50%, depending on the soil type. It's productivity and everything s oh, That's in addition to the decline that those values saw of about an average 30%. From their 2014 levels, So we're going to continue to see the impact of that save the reform. This is the first year that that reform is fully phased in for these 41 counties, and we're continuing to see that bring our values back into a more reasonable and accurate level. These values only apply to your CIA UV enrolled farmland. How do you qualify for the program in the first place? So to qualify, you need to enroll with your county auditor. And you need to show that you have 10 acres of land devoted to commercial agricultural use. There does have to be some sort of business commercial aspect. Or if you have less than 10 acres, you need to show that you are making $2500 of gross annual income from your agricultural pursuits. Once you fill out, you know, Phil. The forms theater can get you enrolled on then you'll see that impact on your tax bill. We've come a long way as far as values just in the last six years. What have we done as an organization to make sure that our farmers are protected and this program works for them. So starting. Obviously, we are the organization that helped you put Stevie into the Constitution so it could be used because originally it had to be a constitutional amendment. So that's going all the way back to the seventies. But in the last several years, obviously we as I mentioned we worked on the CV reform and that was due to the increasing values. We saw very Quickly increasing and very high increases, largely due to the fact that we went into an economic recession in our formula that was used for C E. V. Didn't consider that we would go into that economic recession really ever on DeSoto. What we tried to do was make some changes to that calculation that would just ensure that the values were accurate that they were based on farmland, information and economics, rather than kind of the general economics of the You know the country. Um And so by doing that is why we've seen these changes in the values over the last three years and now going into the second set here of our phase in with 2020. As you mentioned. We've seen the average decline of 30% in values in 2017 from the 2014 levels, and now we're going to see the range decreasing anywhere from 20 to 50%. I want to drill down just a little bit on that variation there. What changes Your taxes. What Additional factors will will be included in that valuation? Sure. So we're talking about your ch value. So those are the values for your farm land itself. If you have ah, where you'll see this the most is where you have a parcel that doesn't have buildings on it. But keep in mind. Your tax bill involves a lot of things. And so in addition to your farm land, you're gonna have values for your home and for your buildings that home and buildings are valued on fair market value, based on what the land is selling for. What those types of buildings and homes are selling for on the open market, as opposed to see Avie where we use the calculation on soil productivity. So when you look at your tax bill, you're going to see the CIA values. You're going to see what the taxes are Those on the whole, and so you have to remember that. What that bottom line How much your taxes are is based on kind of everything on your property? What we're talking about what we kind of had the ability to effect was that actual farm ground portion of your tax? No Leah Curtis's Policy Council with Ohio Farm Bureau, she mentioned that landowners in 41 counties will see these new say UV values in their January 2021 tax for those People in our members in those 41 counties. How can they go about finding what their new rates will be? So the tax department has released this soil values. They will post them to their website by soil type. Once we get through here to the towards the end of the year when your auditor has had an opportunity to actually apply them to your individual property, because your auditor is just probably hasn't even gotten them yet in the office. But as we get closer here to the end of the year, when your auditor does have those numbers, they should be able to help show you kind of what the difference is and what your new values are. Probably are. Around November December. Leah Curtis, Thanks for the information, you're welcome..

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