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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:33 min | Last month

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:28 min | 2 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"So it's a widespread as utilitarian uses in a widespread area of the country that partridge P yeah. And of course, I still have both of those plants in my current landscape, actually I gave up on my kitchen garden because of deer and rabbits and I converted pollinator landscape and that's what I used to help nurse that along. And of course, it's already went to other level of Succession. And I think I even shared a picture the partridge P is in between the crack of my front lock and my front step of my front porch. Yeah. And it was a nice little greeting plant along there and then I just added what I don't want. So you have probably less of them than when they were being actively used as a nurse crop for the stuff to come later that was taking time to develop, but you still have elements of them. Correct. Yeah, okay. And I think you told me about a choreograph, excuse me, a Menard, a B bomb relative that I'd never heard of before. Right. When we all gardens, again, I started working there 25 years ago. And one of my first projects was creating this large parking lot landscape where we, again, restored a grassland community there. And we used black eyed susans, but we also used a couple more southwestern Midwest natives there. Yeah, the lemon bergamot, I'm an artist citri adora, and the plains coreopsis Corey ops tinctoria. We also used in that mix. And again, they created that first season splash of color, the lemon, bergamot, the Menard, is just a really showy showy plant and really, really rich and nectar attracting lots of interesting bees and pollinators. So a lot of those mint relative the things do that. And then a lot of some of the other things you've mentioned are composites or sunflower or daisy relatives. And those are also super, I mean, the main things and the composites are super for pollinators. I mean, yeah. So it makes sense that these would do a really good job. And again, they faded out over time, except where maybe woodchuck dug a little hole and that created disturbance and then those things would pop up in that in that spot. So of course, that's pretty much their role in nature. They're kind of the earth healers. Yeah, you call them earth year old Liza. I love that because we're a disturbance occurs from whatever either as small as you just said in animal digging a hole. To something much bigger, like a major weather event or whatever, you know, the annuals rush in to sort of take up the space, right? Yep. Yeah. Yeah. So, and again, maybe we should now just say to people, these aren't all going to be native where everyone listening gardens and so forth. And it's going to take some homework. Like we said in The New York Times story together, you know, is going to take some homework. If you really want to find ones that are native to your zone, I found that the Lady Bird Johnson wildflower, a website, wildfire dot org, that they have this sort of this page of what they call collections. And we can give a link in the transcript of the show, but then you can go there and it's like collections of different you can filter for your state, check the box for your state, and then when you get there, you can then check another box for the lifespan of the plants you're looking for like if you're looking for perennials, it can filter for perennials biennials or annuals. So you can check annuals. And it's amazing.

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:45 min | 2 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Designed some beds that are really Prairie themed to go in that area. And it has been a smashing success, as I shared with you. So I didn't do the typical matrix planting. I kind of planted key structural plants and then kind of let some things self so. And that leads into, you know, you mentioned the daisy fleabane that showed up and that's one of those annuals that I think, you know, most gardeners are going to run into that plan. It's just going to come up in wherever they disturb the soil. And of course, I lead that because it just adds such a great splash of contrasting white color is great for pollinators. And it can be a little rambunctious, so I edit it a little bit where I don't want it, but you know, it's one of those that you really want to celebrate. So you said matrix planting. Now just tell me quickly what you didn't do that and what is that? Well, that's, I mean, that's really popular right now where you don't use a lot of mulch. You plant structural plants, big long lived things like baptism that everyone knows. And then you put in seasonal color, plants that have like a seasonal two week bloom period in between that. And then ground cover in the hot ground cover right now is sedges to actually really act as your living mulch and it is a really good way to do a small garden set up, but it can be kind of pricey, and that was my reason. It's like I had to work a little more over time with nature. So. Right, okay. So we could do the matrix thing, especially if we're making a bed. We have these sort of three primary elements. The sort of permanent big guys, the in betweens that do some filler work and then the ground cover layer.

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:41 min | 3 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:07 min | 4 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Of gave me another mental image that was much better and more accurate, you know, that can you tell us about that that sort of forest imagery? Well, it actually came about to me only recently, I was thinking about when you have to improve these garden soils and urban soils that you would have to build on them. And that was a focus. But I learned recently about the way farmers work on their soils because I heard that when farmers grow things, they always grow two things. They grow their crops, and they grow their soil. And that got to me got me thinking about that process. And that's the way it works. In nature, in forest, it's the leaf litter. It's the leaf and twigs and things that fall to the ground and the plants that die, that are slowly decomposed and are returned naturally to the soil. And so mulching, particularly in organic materials, is just the same kind of process or can be. Instead of thinking of mulching as something just to retire water loss or to mitigate temperatures, it's really also about building soils on a regular natural basis. Right. So. It's like I had composting, but that's, you know, I'm out there with the fork and I'm turning it and it's piling up deep and it's not like that. It's like that Duff layer in the forest, which I thought was so beautiful. And so accurate. So what's the science of what goes on in that layer? Or beneath that layer, what's really happening when it breaks down. Well, the breakdown is all due to consumption of that material by microbes of all different types of bacteria fungi, earthworms, all protozoa, all the different things that are on the microbes that live in the soil. And as they consume those things, it creates the material itself, changes from recognizable pieces like leaves and twigs and things like that, and they become unrecognizable first as they break down. And then they ultimately move into a humus type material, and then from that this black ooey gooey stuff called who mates, which is a collection of all kinds of different chemicals. It tends to emerge. And it's that those mates themselves that begin to ooze into the soil. They gravity pulls them down into the soil. And they are very sticky, as far as soil, soil has a very high binding process to it and attaches itself to these things. And these are so a particles like sand and silt and clay, which are the basis of almost all soils. And as it, as this material attaches to the particles, it literally binds them together..

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:04 min | 4 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From a way to garden dot com and Robinhood radio dot com, this is a way to garden with Margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow. I get a lot of questions every year about mulch about how to use it when to use it, which kind to use. And today we'll talk about all that, but also even more important about what goes on in the soil beneath that mulch layer when you mulch with an organic material. So more in a moment, but first these messages. Programming in underwriting support for royal Botanic gardens, publishers of coupon books, small gift books, illustrated from Q's vast collection of botanical art. The most recent book fungi about the strange and singular world of mushrooms toadstools and their kin, and bookstores now. Underwriting support from color blends, supplying top quality spring looming Dutch flower bulbs to landscape professionals and ambitious home gardeners, more information on the web, color blends dot com..

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:13 min | 5 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"As mount Cuba centers director of collections and conservation lead, Amy highland, a graduate of Purdue's public horticulture program, has traveled throughout the temperate forests of North America to find rare plants in need of conservation. She's here today to talk trilliums and also how we as gardeners can be more involved in conservation of native plants overall, hi Amy, how are you? Hello, Margaret, thank you so much for having me. Yes, happy spring. I bet it's beautiful down there. At mount Cuba right now. It is things are popping every day. I bet. I bet. So in the report that I've read and all of this information about trilliums that we're going to get into, I was not surprised to see mount Cuba as one of the three conservation organizations behind this report on the endangered status of trillium. But one of the others, the New Mexico bio park society Albuquerque bio park, it did surprise me because I don't think there are any native trillium in New Mexico are there. So tell us about them and about the third partner nature serve and how you all did this. That's true. There are not any trillion species native to New Mexico. And that was not lost on the researchers from the biopark either. And it is one of the reasons why we held our workshop time here at mount Cuba center where we could see some of these specimens as opposed to there in Albuquerque. But the New Mexico bio park has a commitment to these assessments of how plants are doing in the wild. And they work regularly with the international union for the conservation of nature on medicinal plant species. And a little known fact is that trillium is actually a medicinal plant species. So they were asked to pursue trillion as one of the early assessments that they did. They reached out to us at mount Cuba because of our national collection of trillium, and we were able to pull together our third partner, nature serve, because they also have an assessment process that they use. And worked with every trillion expert that we could find in North America. Nature serve also has the nature cervix explorer, the search tool. I mean, I just am a lay person, but that I use if I want to find out kind of the range of a plant where it's wild ranges or whatever, where you can type in a genus and species and it kind of populates a map in real time of where that plant is occurring and so forth. Is that yes, yeah. Nature service a fantastic resource. They not only create maps, but they regularly work with botanists, boots on the ground, looking at these plants in the wild to say, how are they doing? Is this population under threat? Does this population need some external conservation or that kind of thing? Do we need to put a land easement together for this population? So nature serve actually consists of.

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From a way to garden dot com and Robinhood radio dot com, this is a way to garden with Margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow. Do I need a.

Duke beats Texas Tech 78-73 to send Coach K to Elite 8

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Duke beats Texas Tech 78-73 to send Coach K to Elite 8

"Arkansas beat a number one seed in the tournament for the first time knocking out Gonzaga seventy four sixty six JD notate had twenty three points seven rebounds and six assists for the Razorbacks diesel we came here to do co said before we left Fayetteville if we want to win and then don't get on the plane so I feel like week brought it the whole time we hear Jaylen Williams chipped in seventeen points and grabbed thirteen rebounds as Arkansas reached the regional final for the second straight year you could dance to the elite eight in its final season under coach Mike she chef ski Jeremy Roach had a pair of buckets while the blue devils put together a late seven O. run in a seventy eight seventy three victory over Texas tech Polemon Carroll led Duke with twenty two points Mark Williams scored sixteen Roach added fifteen I'm Dave very

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Are Democrats Losing Latinx Voters?

The Larry Elder Show

01:09 min | 7 months ago

Are Democrats Losing Latinx Voters?

"A New Mexico political consultant is quoted. Her name is sisto abata. And she has been saying for months that Democrats in this state, New Mexico, he says are losing Hispanic men and everyone has been ignoring me. Republican consultant named Mike Madrid based in Sacramento. Said quote, as Democrats start to focus more on white, cultural, progressive, cultural issues, they're losing the fastest segment of the non college educated population, and that's Latinos. A Democrat strategist, truck, chuck roach, based in Washington, D.C., told axials that his party keeps hiring, political consultant for U.S. House races, who know little to nothing about Latino voters. They run the same effing game plan every two years end of quote. It doesn't sound to me. Like Joe Biden has wind at his sales.

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:10 min | 7 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From a way to garden dot com and Robinhood radio dot com, this is a way to garden with Margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow..

All Hail the First Transgender Person on 'Naked and Afraid'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:16 min | 7 months ago

All Hail the First Transgender Person on 'Naked and Afraid'

"Do you watch naked and afraid? I have a delight that show, naked and afraid, apparently a girl in Florida. Wow, shit, should I even say girl? I don't even know. Somebody from Florida made TV, history. They talk about this like it's so important. She made history after becoming the first ever transgender woman to compete on the show naked and afraid and she said, people like me don't get chosen for things like this. She was born a male and birth began transitioning four years ago because she always felt female growing up. I'm not being a dick when I say my heart goes out to these people with really does. I don't think I mean, it might be a small segment of them who are lying who want attention, but I think the majority of them are telling the truth and it's got to be tough as nails, you know? But she was on last Sunday's episode in Zambia, Africa. I give these people so much credit. I couldn't lay down in a bed with a roach, let alone go to a different country to lions and tigers and bears. It's unbelievable what they do.

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A.J. Griffin has late surge, No. 7 Duke beats Virginia 65-61

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

A.J. Griffin has late surge, No. 7 Duke beats Virginia 65-61

"Seven Frank Duke is avenged its February seventh loss to Virginia by downing the Cavaliers sixty five sixty one in Charlottesville AJ Griffin scored eight of his thirteen points in the final four minutes hitting back to back three pointers and a layup to help the blue devils move to twenty four and four overall fourteen and three in the ACC Jeremy Roach had a team high fifteen points for Duke he had Clark scored twenty five points and had a career high six three pointers all in the first half for Virginia the Cavaliers fell to seventeen eleven overall eleven at seven in the conference I'm Dave Ferrie

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:01 min | 8 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:37 min | 9 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Gather as much light as possible before the trees leak out. And bulbs like depths. They need sun. Re bloom. But there are some summer flowering bulbs, gosh, we grow so many you and I grow you comas. Those are bulbs. Yes. The pineapple Elise, right. Right, and you grow the voodoo and dragon lily types. Yes, this sorrow made him in the amorphophallus. Now those I grow for their foliage. So those I put in pots and they're in the shade and that's fine. I usually put in sunnier spots. I don't know about you. Well, I don't have fun here as much. Oh, so you're saying in part trade they're doing fine. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah, no. They get big I probably, I don't know, three and a half to four hours. Okay. But then they're in bright light or shade for the rest of the time. I think I have at least 12 different ones. So they bloom. They're getting fine. Yeah, and Dave kopp, who's written a number of books we've known him for a long time, both of us. The brandywine cottage books. He has a whole collection from fall until well into spring, including a lot of winter bloomers of the snowdrops of the glands. You know, I mean, you can really study a genus and see which ones do the best. What about culture come is that a word I'm trying to say, what are the ones that have the pretty leaves? You think they're pretty. They have leaves. They have they bloom in the fall, most of them. And then in the spring they have very big leaves that they are nice, but you have to really think about where you're going to put them. Okay. Because they'll shade out even the plants around them. And those big leaves last for a while. But if you do think about that, it's okay, and I think that in now in January, I think that I've seen some of them just beginning to show. And they're very, very early that they come up. Well, lots of possibilities we just touched on a few. I've got the Anthos blooming now, actually. Oh, you do? Oh, cool. Cool. I'll have to go march around and see if I do up here. So thank you, Ken. It's always good to talk. And as I said, we're going to have a book giveaway of the new shade garden. But it's going to be a delayed receipt of the book because we're a little out of stock, but that's okay. Thanks again for the class the other night, and I'll talk to you soon. Oh, that's great. Thanks, Margaret. Underwriting support from timber press, the leading publisher and books that share wonders with the natural world, including the way to garden by Margaret Roche, a stunning guide in parts decades of plant wisdom and challenges readers think beyond their garden borders, and to consider the ways gardening can enrich the world, available everywhere books are sold, and at timber press dot com. They invite you to come grow with them. And I'll talk to all the rest of you soon again, too. I hope now don't miss an episode. You can subscribe free to the podcast version of the show on Apple podcasts or stitcher or Spotify, and you can find me anytime at a way to garden dot com, and on Facebook and on Instagram as at a way to garden and happy gardening meantime. A way to garden with Margaret roach is a joint production of a way to garden dot com and the smallest NPR station in the nation. Robin Hood.

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Bret Baier Presses CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on COVID Hospitalizations and Death Rates

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 9 months ago

Bret Baier Presses CDC Director Rochelle Walensky on COVID Hospitalizations and Death Rates

"Because every day miss walensky seems unprepared every day Joe Elba also Biden is unprepared Nobody fact checks Joe Biden when he says things like I got hairy legs The kids they're reaching the pool They rub my leg I learned about roaches right You know you know that clip Somebody fact checks any of his stories about corn pop But yet we want to fact check everything else So I'm kudos to Bret baier for asking some of the questions that the rest of the media is for getting to ask Listen to this Speaking of statistics it seems to make a big difference if a person in the hospital is in the hospital for COVID-19 or with COVID-19 It's been almost a year since you've been running the agency We have that split on numbers What I will say is it differs by each variant So some variants first of all we're doing screening of many in many hospitals of everybody who's walking in the door What we're seeing with the oma crown variant is that it tends to be milder person by person but given how large the numbers are that we're seeing more and more cases come into the hospital In some hospitals that we've talked to up to 40% of the patients who are coming in with COVID are coming in not because they're sick with COVID but because they're coming in with something else and have had to COVID or the crime variant detected Right But I guess you know how many of the 836,000 deaths in the U.S. linked to COVID are from COVID or how many are with COVID but they had other comorbidities Do you have that breakdown Yes of course with a following that very carefully our death registry of course takes a few weeks to end it takes a few weeks to collect And of course amaran has just been with us for a few weeks but those data will be

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:07 min | 10 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"The lichens that grow on bark are just using that as a place to live to access the sun. And bark tends to be have a little bit of moisture holding ability. So it's just a really nice place for them to live the same on rocks on soil. They are involved in this process of rock weathering and eventually soil formation, but like you said this process takes a long time. So in our lifespan and in our gardens, we wouldn't necessarily see any of our rocks really breaking down quickly because of lichens. And we don't have to not only do we not have to, but we must not scrape them off the you know what I mean? They're not a disease. They're not an infestation. They're not something bad on the bark of the tree. It's fine. It's great. I mean, I think it's to celebrate not to worry about. I agree. And, you know, if you're seeing, if you're seeing lichens on your trees, yes, they're not harming the trees at all. And indeed, if, you know, lichens are really very sensitive to air pollution. They're sensitive indicators of air quality of environmental quality. And so if you have a ton of lichens on your tree, that's probably a good sign. And so I agree, absolutely celebrate that. Yeah. So I went in the last three four 5 minutes I wanted to talk about the book a little more and how that came about. You were doing leading walks, I think, in the city, maybe and doing what are called bio blitzes, participating in bio blitzes, where all the species in a given area of different kinds are surveyed, assessed and that kind of led, I think, to your thinking gosh, we need a guidebook that shows the likens of this region, is that a fear?.

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

03:29 min | 10 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From a way to garden dot com and Robin Hood radio dot com. This is a way to garden with Margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow. Some of the most beautiful and intricate creatures in the garden are not plants at all. A diversity of lichens are showing off right now on tree bark and branches on stones, on unpainted garden furniture, and even soil. More visible, since many of the garden's plants have quieted down visually for their dormant season. Let's go on a virtual lichen walk with like analogous Jessica Allen, co author of a new book on this subject. More in a moment, but first this message. Underwriting support by color blends wholesale flower bulbs supplying landscape professionals and ambitious residential gardeners with new ideas and high quality flower bulbs for fall planting. Plant tulips plant daffodils plant color blends this fall available at color blends dot com. Jessica Allen is an assistant Professor of integrative plat biology at eastern Washington University, and before that she pursued her PhD at New York botanical garden in a joint program with a city university of New York. At NY, BG, she met like a James lender. And years later, when she conceived of creating the new book, urban lichens, a field guide for northeastern North America, she invited him to collaborate as they have continued to do unlike in research work over the years. Welcome Jesse and thank you for being here today. Thank you Margaret and thank you so much for the invitation..

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"Flexible non static art form. Right. And I want to talk about collecting. And you kind of hinted at this, you know, about the idea of getting into a genus of plants or whatever, and making that one of the sort of layers that helps things hang together. One of the elements of repetition. In Europe, shall we say passionate collector, you have collections of narcissus and hellebores and snowdrops and galatas and lots of collections. But you didn't collect them to then like line them out like in a firm kind of setting to be some steady collection or reference thing, right? You're incorporating them. So give us the pitch for why we want to collect something as gardeners. Something that the topic that is very near and dear to me. I am a plantsman. And guilty as charged, I have a lot of collections. It's like, you know, I like Margaret roach. So I like all of her family. If I like a galactus, I tend to like all of it and try to explore them. But I don't want my garden and I hope it does it. I don't want it to read like a plant zoo. You know, it's not about right. Overall garden comes first. So I chose to house my collections in a particular style. I would guess you would describe my style as a cottage garden. Yeah. With a naturalistic planning. But I wanted to look more like a plant community that relate to one another. Not like a botanical garden per se, nothing's really labeled in the garden, except don't answer this collection. I want to take as the larger view of the garden to make it look the picture of what I'm trying to achieve. And then I house my collections within that. I work the collections in where they fit in this space and where they fit in the garden due to environmental conditions like the drier collections going one area, the weather collection is going another. I constantly amazed by what plants do and how they relate to the one another. Take the genus gerani AC geraniums. If you see lots of geraniums in your garden, that is a form of repetition as well. Now there's a fine line between being boring and repetition. You don't want to be boring. You want to repeat that in a kind of a clever way by putting one of another plant, putting it with another texture. There's so much you can do with it. I'm not afraid and I'm collecting. It's just how you put them together. I want people to consider. Right, so not not as you say making a zoo where they're in their individual displays. But segregated so to speak. But integrating them, and you even use them in pots and so on and so forth. We have about maybe three minutes left and I just wanted to dig a little bit more into that. You said, you know, when we did the time story said, if there's something you love, do a little exploration of that genus, and then extend the bloom time of that favorite plant..

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

02:12 min | 11 months ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From a way to garden dot com and Robin Hood radio dot com. This is a way to garden with Margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow..

Breaking Down the Process of Election Decertification With Jenna Ellis

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:59 min | 1 year ago

Breaking Down the Process of Election Decertification With Jenna Ellis

"Let's talk about the other. Big news wendy roaches arizona. Senator senator with i think how many other ninety other politicians demanded these certification and talk to us about this idea of decertification vice. Reinstatement we said. Reinstatement not a goer. What is the significance of this phrase in. How realistic is it. Well it's realistic. As long as republicans have the political backbone in the political will to actually do something about it so well. Reinstatement was a political theory. That was kind of in my view. Outside the margins of the us constitution decertification is important because it is a legislative recognition through the actual constitutionally appointed entity to recognize and safe for the record. The certifications that happened in the swing states including arizona. Were false. they were based on information and facts. That were that we have said. Throughout since november third is not the accurate reflection of what the voters actually indicated. Or what happens then say arizona decides okay. This is enough abnormalities. Tens of thousands of votes that have potentially fraudulent if they decertify. Does that not then require if there's a requisite number of these certifications for a re meeting of the electoral college well. So that's one thing that can in in my opinion should happen. If you get at least three states to decertify. And basically joe biden falls below the two hundred seventy threshold. Then we are in the constitutional crisis of congress having to say. Hey listen we now are in the position that the the installed president didn't actually reach the threshold. So what should happen is it should go then to the. Us house of representatives like it would have pre-january sex. They vote by state delegation. And they have the in article one article two rather section one point six congress can in this instance vote by help house delegation and call for a new

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Joe Biden Creates an Identity Crisis Within the Progressive Democratic Party

Mark Levin

01:47 min | 1 year ago

Joe Biden Creates an Identity Crisis Within the Progressive Democratic Party

"You know. I know how this stuff with brains works. So Biden comes out there has been a career politician, his whole life. He knows how to be a crooked politician. He may not know anything else, but he knows that so they know they can come to him and say, Hey, President Biden. What do we do all he knows exactly how to undercut people. He knows exactly how to lie directly to the camera and say what has to be done even if he's losing track of everything I'm around around him. Now. I'm not saying that To excuse him, and I'm not saying that I don't think that he's evil and nefarious. It's quite the opposite. And I'm saying, I'm saying Joe Biden knows very, very well. That he is doing bad things because he's in a game where you have to influence the balance of power. It's politics, you strong armed people. This is how we do it, and he's been doing it. For half a century. So if anybody knows how to do it, he does. So, Yeah, I think he does things in a ferry ASL E. I think he does things out of muscle memory because he's an old school politician, right? So It comes as no surprise to me that he's now getting criticized by his friends on the left. Because they he's embarrassing their brand. They're supposed to be the progressive brand the brand. It says No, we're doing good things for America, right? If you like your doctor, you can keep them and he says things like Well, you know, I got every legs are blonde and the kids. They put their hand in the pool and they rub them up and down my leg, and I learned about Roaches. And he says all these crazy things that you're like What? What are you saying? Men so Chuck Todd comes out and he says, You know what? Whether it's the border Afghanistan nuclear deals, covid Biden has a big credibility crisis.

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Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

Mark Levin

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Even Chuck Todd Knows Biden Has a Credibility Problem

"Knows very, very well. That he is doing bad things because he's in a game where you have to influence the balance of power. It's politics, you strong armed people. This is how we do it, and he's been doing it. For half a century. So if anybody knows how to do it, he does. So, Yeah, I think he does things in a ferry ASL E. I think he does things out of muscle memory because he's an old school politician, right? So It comes as no surprise to me that he's now getting criticized by his friends on the left. Because they he's embarrassing their brand. They're supposed to be the progressive brand the brand. It says No, we're doing good things for America, right? If you like your doctor, you can keep them and he says things like Well, you know, I got every legs are blonde and the kids. They put their hand in the pool and they rub them up and down my leg, and I learned about Roaches. And he says all these crazy things that you're like What? What are you saying? Men so Chuck Todd comes out and he says, You know what? Whether it's the border Afghanistan nuclear deals, covid Biden has a big credibility crisis. Let me tell you something. When your colleagues the fake news media that's there to make you look good. Tell you that you have a credibility problem. That's a big problem. Check this out so we can talk about the border crisis. We can talk about the period of about one hour on Friday, where we learned that the drone strike that had been touted as an attack and a victory over Isis actually killed a group of civilians, including seven Children. France, recalling its ambassador from from Washington because of that nuclear deal, they were cut out of between the United States and the UK and Australia and also the Covid booster news. That all came on Friday. How is the White House managing all this? And what do you expect to hear from the president at the U. N on Tuesday? Well, look, I think he's got a pretty big credibility crisis on his hands because all of these problems in some ways Showed up after he said something basically the exact opposite Afghanistan withdrawal wasn't gonna be messy. This wasn't going to look like Saigon. The booster shots. He came out, and he essentially said eight months and even indicated maybe we should start as soon as five months Now. We're not sure if anybody under 65 is going to get a booster shot. So you know he's had. And of course, the border has been. You know whether this you could we can talk about the border problems could say there's years in the making, but it's pretty clear. We have a bigger problem now than we've had in years. And this is a these policies have turned into becoming a magnet, so he's got a lot of work to do. You Dang right. He's got a lot of work to do. Joe

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US Open: Ashleigh Barty Crashes out to Shelby Rogers

The Tennis Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

US Open: Ashleigh Barty Crashes out to Shelby Rogers

"When we were recording ash body was in trump. Wasn't she to begin with we'd we'd watch that first set of hers and was really a bad set of tennis from bolton admitted as much afterwards. She said she really struggled to adjust to the night conditions. The court was much better than she was expecting. She didn't have any fail on her forehand whatsoever and her serve at the start of that match. I think she had hit five votes. After a couple of service games he was really really struggling but then as we were recording she got it together and i think we pretty much finished the podcast with her five to up in that third set and in control having taken charge looking like she was going to win and then what happened was that she loves serve twice when serving for the match and that had been a theme of how i two rounds hair. She'd lost serve both times. Seven for the action still recovered to win. She'd been insistent and have press conference that it wasn't an issue. But you know you can't argue with the evidence rarely. That's that's four times in three rounds. She's lost to serve when serving for the match and she really just didn't close the match. In the way that. I expected her to and fu credit to shelby roaches. She played exceptionally well. I thought she hung around rallies far better than i've ever really seen her. Do i think jose really big hitter and that can often not go hand in hand with consistency and she certainly has got a lot of power but she was smart with tennis. She was looping the ball up moon boiling it to the bharti back can which was just a great tactic and feels like something. The rest of the tour needs to try and adopt if they

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NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

Ric Edelman

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

NYC's Metropolitan Correctional Center to Temporarily Close

"The Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York City will be closed. John Scott explains the facility where Jeffrey Epstein committed suicide will be closed, at least temporarily to address issues that have long plagued the facility, including lax security and crumbling infrastructure. The jail currently has 233 inmates, down from a normal population of 600, or more, most expected to be transferred to a federal jail in Brooklyn inmates have complained in recent Years that the jail was invested with mice, rats and Roaches and that multiple inmates were forced to share dirty sinks and

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Mint Relatives With Ken Druse

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Mint Relatives With Ken Druse

"You all know kendrew regular visitor to the show and author of twenty garden books and longtime friend. When he's not managing the antics of two troublemaking but gorgeous canines. He manages his extensive garden in new jersey. Hi ken i changed. Your intro. gorgeous canines oak the their handsome. It's true managing left that part out. So i sh- since we're talking men's today which are often aromatic. Let's have a giveaway of your latest book. The central garden about sent and fragrance and so forth with the transcript of the show of runaway to garden dot com. Okay that's lovely okay. Good good So you know when you said it. As i said in the npr's like what. What are we gonna talk about. And then i really it was kind of. And then you and i both got to sort of digging around reading about mints the mid family and so for so tell us a little bit about the breadth of it. Well i could stand in one place. Just turn and look and see. There's oh there's bee bomb and there's a lemon balm and there's some you know there's so many family relatives and you can often recognize them. Not only because many are fragrant when you rub the leaves but also because many have square stems but there are over two hundred and thirty genera- and over seven thousand species of mint relatives plants in the lenny. Ac family

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Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

All Things Considered

02:07 min | 1 year ago

Torrential Downpour Continues in China's 'Once-in-5,000-Year Rainstorm'

"Rains are pummeling central China in Henan Province, a year's worth of water. Some two ft fell on the provincial capital Zhangzhou in just three days this week, and it is still coming down. Flights are suspended so far, the government says 25 people have died. NPR China Affairs correspondent John Roach has more. The water fell hard and fast in Zhangzhou, a city of more than 12 million, and the sewers couldn't keep up. In this video posted online, a group of men pull a woman to safety as they battle waist high brown water pouring down the street like a swollen river. According to state media. 12 of the dead drowned when the subway system flooded. State broadcaster CCTV interviewed a man caught underground when water poured in part of the people around us were clenching the railings next to the tunnel. There were about a dozen of us crawling together. The water level rose through our shooter's several of us Han there including me and the child. The two of us almost gave up because we were exhausted. Do Liang Chen is an expert on China's climate at the University of Gothenburg in Sweden. He says the city should have reacted more quickly. But I was surprised anyway that this time the subway were still operating, he says several factors set off what some Chinese scientists are calling a once in 5000 year event. There's a typhoon approaching the Chinese coast. It's hundreds of miles from Kunin, but already bringing water from the sea over land. Is also persistent high pressure over the Pacific that's pushing wind from the sea toward China and the topography of the region has what he calls a channeling effect. And Jen says this Chinese rainstorm has something in common with the rain that's been hammering Europe leaving more than 120 people dead there. What a Weber in general in the atmosphere is increasing. Because of global warming and more water in the air means more rainfall a lot more. In some cases, China has a good system. In terms of the early warning, Chen says China appears better prepared than Europe for this kind of

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Interview With New Amsterdam's Alejandro Hernandez

Before the Break

02:17 min | 1 year ago

Interview With New Amsterdam's Alejandro Hernandez

"Already come back to another episode of before the break Today we are so excited to meet our guest. He is a rising star in the world of television. You've seen him as a recurring character on new amsterdam an instinct as well as appearing on fbi blue bloods chicago pd and gotham. Just to name a few. Please welcome alejandro hernandez man. What's going on our you know great. I'm attorney right now or keep it. Now yeah we all have been man. We've all been quarantined. It's a new thing. No but you're actually's learned to write. Because canada has some. Would we have a wedding coming up. One of the bridesmaids is coming from canada. She when she gets home. She has to quarantined for two weeks. Man that's i have. I have vacs months this point and either going like they don't care if it's not navien person you have to still do it. God i've been in this very nice. But like there sean. Connery loved that firm for our listeners. He's got this beautiful like this painting of sean connery. Yeah is very nice and so europe. They're working right yemen. I'm so i haven't worked yet but Just a I'm currently working on. Not only disclose so much. But i'm working on. i An amazon pilot right now. I'll be here for the sixteen and it's really cool. I think there's an article on it on variety On instagram page. You could find interlinked chicken out. But it's it's the second base casts called the horror of delors roach and it's about it's Really cool it's really cool man. And it's essentially a modern retail. A modern washington heights latino latin next retelling of sweeney tar.

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Biden Pushes Senate Democrats to Unite on $3.5 Trillion Spending Proposal

AP News Radio

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

Biden Pushes Senate Democrats to Unite on $3.5 Trillion Spending Proposal

"President Biden made a quick trip to the U. S. capitol seeking support for his multi trillion dollar domestic agenda great to be back to all my colleagues and I think we got a lot done it's an ambitious package costing some three and a half trillion dollars to upgrade the nation's infrastructure health care Medicare and other social programs president Biden says there should be bipartisan support another democratic Roach Republican bridges and have cut you know with their families the first time safer communities kids need to be able to drink clean drinking water he had a close door luncheon with Democrats in the Senate needing their votes to make it happen GOP leaders have been opposed to the nontraditional infrastructure spending there are also disagreements within the democratic caucus on how big to spend and how to pay for it Jackie Quinn Washington

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Pivot Your Personal Brand With Kelly Roach

Brands On Brands On Brands

02:25 min | 1 year ago

Pivot Your Personal Brand With Kelly Roach

"All right everyone. Let's get going here today. As i mentioned excited to bring to you kelly roach kelly first off and before anything else. Thank you for being here. Thanks for coming on the show. Thanks for using today to get to know each other absolutely and they say deva phone conversations today me to you know what i what triggered me in terms of really wanted to bring you on was 'cause you never that you need a lot of people on random different ways Yours happen to be online via email through just connections and one of the things that spoke to me. Was you coach business as you coach people you coach entrepreneurs you've worked at fortune five hundred companies to help turn them around us that a lot of things but i really liked the idea that you work with people to help them figure out in what they need to do their business to move forward and as someone right now who's like looking also grow and i've invested in coaches and like in looking at different ways to do that for my business i i've seen the value. I've seen the idea that you get someone to help you. Unlock some things you want to like learn. It's over the course of two three years making mistakes you learn from the people that either can help your lock something in your brain or the way you're thinking about things. Just give you a new perspective. So i love the you do that. But how did you get into that. Like wh what brought you to to this being part of what you do every day. Yeah definitely will. I was doing business. Growth strategy and sales leadership and coaching and training in a fortune. Five hundred armed. Before i started my own business. I was super super passionate about helping people build the confidence to market themselves. Effectively and set goals in ultimately accomplished their career. Dreams make more money in all of that through their work. And when i decided to start my own company i really just looked at. What's my zone of genius. I knew maisonet genius was business strategy and helping others to succeed. And so you know i said who can i focus on. That is really motivated yet. If they don't get as help you know it would be really detrimental to their ability to achieve their goals and it was small business owners right because small business owners start with a big goal. Passion daydreams all of that but many times are non equipment with the skill set in sales marketing leadership. Business strategy needed to actually bring the desired outcome to fruition with the actions that they're taking so it was just really kind of a natural step into that next evolution.

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Natural Communities With Patrick McMillan

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Natural Communities With Patrick McMillan

"Patrick mcmillan came to herons would last fall from clemson university in south carolina where he ran the south carolina botanical garden and was a professor in the college of agriculture forestry in life sciences he also hosted a pbs series called expeditions with patrick mcmillan and led the development of the botanical gardens natural heritage garden. Which will hear more about so. Hi patrick. I'm so glad to make contact and get to know you a little bit. I margaret. it's it's wonderful to speak with you in wonderful be your. Yeah so i feel like it must have been a bit of like dorothy. Were not in kansas anymore. When you found yourself in the pacific northwest compared to south carolina. it really was. It really still is I've been a little shocked. How quickly of this area has started to just feel like home One of the. I mean herons would as one of the world's great gardens of with some of the best garden people in the world and into the area itself also to me just has this wonderful kind of maternal nece to it Seems to just envelope you and and convince you pretty quick that this is one of the best places on planet earth. Yeah so. I mean it's a distinctively different natural community or habitat from where you were and so besides being shift in zone and so forth. It's a distinguished place in many ways no thousands of different types of plants and so forth but also being i think one of the largest public gardens in the us that's wholly owned by native american tribes does. Did that influence your decision to come there and tell me a little bit about that absolutely You know when i when i was sort of looking around to to sort of slowdown and change and i know you know what that's like to to want to Get away for maybe six job. Titles down to one.

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From awaited gordon dot com and robin hood. Radio dot com. This is a way to garden with margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow..

Small Trees With Bruce Crawford

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:25 min | 1 year ago

Small Trees With Bruce Crawford

"Hi bruce. I'm so glad we're gonna talk about this today. I've been going out and looking all the trees in my yard margaret. Yes no there's trees are one of those. I think often under appreciated plants in the landscape. Yes and again. Like i said in the introduction. You know suddenly there's a lot of like frau's e looking stuff that's going by the perennial layer and the lilac blooms are gone and whatever and i'm looking to the trees and i'm thinking oh this is going to be nice. And some of them came earlier already came and went but the blooms and so forth but anyway maybe we just start with a little. Like we're when i say garden sized trees or we say small trees. We don't mean like you know bonsai crew. Yeah no i i. Once worked for a gentleman who Was always talking about a small tree and he say dogwood everything was dogwood so i asked him what you want really want all over all over the place and then his wife chimp did and she said no no. That's the only tree that he knows. So you know. He's just looking for a tree that gets up to route twenty feet tall to maybe thirty feet and flowers and so. That's that's what he was looking for. It's it's interesting how you know. There's there's so many trees but again Many of them don't get out for the public to see your to to know that they exist

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"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"roach" Discussed on A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

"From away garden dot com and robin hood. Radio dot com. This is a way to garden with margaret roach. Your weekly invitation to dig in and grow looking around the garden. Some of springs showoff shrubs and perennials fade. I realized how glad.

Around the World in 80 Plants With Jon Drori

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Around the World in 80 Plants With Jon Drori

"So you describe. The new book is of individual plant species intertwining plant science with human stories history culture and folklore. What research must have gone into this work. I think i probably started my research without realizing. When i was about nine and i i grew up living near the botanic gardens q. And my parents used to take. My brother. May around and joining us. Along with christmas with sweet treats and whatnot but also with stories about the the individual plants. And i think that's probably where my research started. I remember vividly. Actually my my father taking an opium poppy and some slicing the the seed pod and a little drop of latex comey me said gonna have a lick remember so drop of opium latex on my tongue which just made it go ever ever so slightly now for for a moment. I already felt anything i remember. The the sort of the person who's jaw dropped was actually my teacher. When i told her and i think they sent her to social workers he talks my momma odier more more recently and i ended up on the on the board of the gardens q. And and i think. I was there actually. Because of my satanical background education outreach experience not had the bbc and so on and it was while. I was there that i really learned an enormous amount about botany from being surrounded by

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