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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

The Erick Erickson Show

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show

"The website to order Jim. Demint nuked thanked him for stopping by all I. We're discussing the treatment in the media conybeare to listen to this. This is a story in the New York. Times today. An earthquake an orphanage and New Beginnings for Haitian children in America. After the twenty, th quake in Haiti nineteen children from one orphanage were flown to the US to be adopted by American families. One would later meet. President trump. When a devastating earthquake hit Haiti in two, thousand, ten, a teenager named John Peter was playing basketball in the yard outside the small orphanage where he lived, he felt the earth bounce below him. He heard screams and watched a mushroom cloud of dust rising over the walls two weeks later, he and eighteen other children from the orphanage boarded a charter plane in the middle of the night as part of an American humanitarian effort they landed in Sanford Florida to start new lives in a new country with new families. I saw the disaster and death all around dead moms holding their dead kids John Peter Slut. Now, twenty three known as JP said from Saint Cloud Minnesota where he worked three jobs. I got out of there, but all those people were left they didn't get the chance. I got. Since then the children have headed in all directions summer studying in high school college making a living of their own other struggle with problems brought on by the early hardship in their lives, profound cultural shock, and the inability of their new parents to handle the challenges some were institutionalized or sent into foster care, and in perhaps the most unlikely development one boy and his older adopted Haitian sister ended up in the rose. Garden. Last month introduced to the world by president trump as to, of judge, Amy Coney Barrett seven children. She opened her home and her heart and adopted two beautiful children from Haiti. He said introducing Judge Barrett as his nominee to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the supreme court the orphanage a new arrival was typical of million Haiti food was in short supply in many children weren't literal orphans. Their parents simply couldn't afford to care for them like most it was basic operating out of a four bedroom and Pitch Ville, a suburb reporter prints. And head up to forty children at a time. The former Director Rock Ko said an interview they looked forward to a better life with new families. This was the dreamed come to America said Jennifer..

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

09:26 min | 1 year ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Website AT III dot org and this is John in Saint cloud Minnesota hello John all right ma'am yeah I've got an unexpected consequence of the restaurant down okay the long food hauling truckers are unable on mayor when they're on the road to find places to eat to get concrete go to the bathroom and to refuel their trucks because of the shutdown hi this is Brian depend right we quickly find all work around for them well we obviously we have to have a workaround for this country depends on the truck side I cannot emphasize enough if there were no trucks in this country there isn't a major city in the country that wouldn't have people starving within a month without trucks so whatever we do in that regard rubbish it would seem that it has to include some kind of allowance for those people that maybe they can all carry sack lunches but then they've got to have those certainly fuel for their vehicles yeah and interrupt you know hopefully I know a lot of restaurants are doing this sort of take out or delivery model and you know whether they can sustain themselves that way this is an open question I mean you know one thing that I think you have to be face clearly if this cannot go on this is not sustainable for an extended period of time yeah I'd not saying that this isn't the right thing to do right now and that we shouldn't you know do it as long as we reasonably can but we can't I think shut down our economy you know because sometimes you hear people say well this could last you know five six months eighteen months or something and that's just I think well it's just not not not something our society can do it wouldn't happen I mean the yeah that's right when we went down with consequences far worse than than what we're talking about now so as we go back to some more culture let me just simply follow up with that we've heard in recent days the president talk about six to eight weeks which would put us somewhere in may but now he's been saying things like well could go to July or August and of course July and August are when the national political conventions are held of these of course were gathered big time gatherings well a whole lot of people thousands of people in an arena and this sort of thing and so and a lot of older people and a lot of older people yes the people get involved in politics tend to be older people including by the way some of the nominees at this juncture it would appear that both presidential nominees are going to be well into their seventies so let me ask you from from an economic point of view alone are given what we're talking about here shutting down as much of the economy as we're talking about how far could we go can we make it to August or September or the end of the year where in your view would be the breaking point where we simply say Hey enough we we simply cannot keep doing this everybody's got to be really careful and don't sneeze on anybody whole lot of handi wipes and and cleaning off table tops but we can't shut things down any longer how long is that well I think that depends on how successful this period is in flattening the curve we've all seen I think that the that graph what's the what we are trying to do to get the caseloads to the point that it does not overwhelm our medical system and the more effectively we have been you know washing our hands and and social distancing of the more we've been doing that and then it may be possible to relax that regime more quickly if we're you know we're not or if this is not successful then I think that we've got a longer term problem we may have a longer term problem but again back to the original question how long can we keep it up regardless of the outcome I mean even if this disease is spreading like wildfire right there comes a point where we simply say look everybody's got to be careful but we can have a major sectors of the country starving to death while they wait to get the coronavirus there has to be a cut off point and I'm just curious and I know you can't give a an exact amount but we could we make it as long as September or October the other thing is you know if you're not a real proliferation of testing the way we are hoping to see then you can ship strategies toward you know we figured out who actually has it and who doesn't and the people who don't have it can be a little more free and you can have a strategy that is more based on on isolating the people who are really at risk but but he you know I mean you're you're right to suggest the disks you know there's sort of no scenario where we can just keep doing this but I think exactly how it played out is going to depend on things like how quickly we get testing out and how much we flatten the curve the stock to Sheridan crane Missouri hello Sharon hello Jeremy and hello tear gassed one of the things that this is done it has thrown every research labs in the country into the heart for something to break the back of this virus and there's not one community like American ingenuity and I'm a firm believer that I think that possibly the country could last maybe six months at the outset six months no longer and then you're going to be good if people are going to say look I'm not gonna sit home and for the rest of my life I've got to get out there and make a living that's what Americans do now given you stole a little bit of my thunder when you start talking about that constitutional convention you know that I'm all for that another thing that I think once this gets straightened out in order I would go at it hammer and and count we need to get as free from China as we can possibly get that means you bring every single bit of I am a suitable back to this country and you put pressure on the pharmaceutical company because it the government is doing a lot of good for a lot of people in a short here but we can't do this forever the internet is sitting over there and they're looking at it and I want tax model wiped off there yeah they are a and international malignancy the only difference really between now and about say two was that this is not a kinder gentler to China this is a sleeker smoother China they have broken virtually every international agreement they ever agreed to in the post Mao era I I have people talk about about terrorists or quotas against the Chinese and frankly rubbish I I'd be happy to talk about a complete embargo we just don't need to deal with people as a malignant as the Chinese are in this may be very anything good comes out of this it may drive home what I think what Sharon just said that you know so what if we have to pay more for a broom I don't care either they totally reform the way they do things or let them starve to death it matters not to me your thoughts well I do think that it particularly when you're thinking of some critical industries and needs of our country whether it's with pharmaceuticals or rare earth that that we have not been careful about our sort of strategic resources and that sort of the logic of free trade which I actually generally do agree with just can't real file free trade yes they open up their markets at the same time we open up hours not one way yeah if if we had a real free trade I'm with you now how we go about that I think is a really tricky question right I mean yeah we do have these integrated supply sign supply lines we do have the potential of not just having people pay more but also throwing people out of work which we don't want to do so we got a we have to be acting careful and strategic about it but I do think that you're absolutely right your callers share and absolutely right that people are going to be looking at this a little bit more carefully because you know we talked about the trade issues and the way this administration's approach in particular a lot and we haven't really been talking about the specific problems with say pharmaceuticals more to come will be back in a moment this is the story of Julie ko.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Six five oh five four six two six John in Saint cloud Minnesota next up good evening John yeah glad to hear you're implying petals tonight I think the democratic you know is becoming very right now I have one thing to say about the federal bureau of investigation it revealed it fondling bomb blowing in comp years ago during the Atlanta Olympics bombing when they tried to quit and the security guard Richard Jewell who spotted the bomb and yelled the warning they are meeting IBM be spotted the bomb they tried to trick him into signing a away here's a right and when it turning and others thank very low correct back to me reveal there have become nothing but while as a matter of fact it started back in the Hoover years when we started okay the folks couldn't afford to a because a lot of money for not turning up properly and investigate at to plead guilty as well I would would know that the FBI sort of didn't handle the Richard Jewell case well to suggest that the entire FBI is clowns is simply not true they remain overall one of the greatest crime fighting organizations in the world and this FBI bears little resemblance to the FBI under J. Edgar Hoover having said that we obviously have serious problem with oversight and with people injecting political bias into their day to day action so that's as far down that road as as I would go one eight six six five oh Jimbo one eight six six five oh five four six two six this is Dave in Fort Bragg North Carolina good evening Dave good evening Jim thanks for taking my call again you know it's funny I just got off with your producer talking to when I heard you say exactly what I just told her this is a very fragile election it is the everybody's running around you know and it's gonna be a landslide look what they're doing they're driving in or what no not at all in the thing that I was trying to impress upon hers the impeachment is not about impeachment they're sending a message they didn't want an outsider to run for political office and he did not only did but he got the job so one he's gotta stop fussing about they're picking on me they're picking on me yeah they are they're going to so stop but the other thing is they're trying to send us a message Hey if we can do this to him we can do it all again she got up there one day and made the statement we are in charge now that's your thought that's where they want to go with this they don't they don't care how they go about doing this what they care about is the fact that they're in charge in your your guest in the first hour was talking about voter fraud but it's still going on and especially in Texas the other day they released a report from one county in Texas where they had confirmed over fifteen hundred illegal aliens in low one channel she had voted illegally this is huge and I'll guarantee you that that's what they're doing stuff like that they're driving and if you number one they came up with the voter fraud back in twenty ten Obama came out and said there's no proof of any significant number of fraudulent voters will the number you know any any is a significant number one is a significant number what and I remember when you and I were talking before this last mid term we're talking impeachment and it was kind of a you know Nancy was saying well I don't think okay and I said you know it ain't tomorrow yet and and were there but I don't think the impeachment is about impeachment I think what they're doing is they're they're not only their confusion and distracting trump and they're trying to distract an entire nation from them preparing for however they're gonna miss handle this next election and it'll be somebody else's fault but they know that they can't win an honorable election so they're gonna win it however they can't or they're going to go about trying to win it however they can and that's what this is all about they're trying to send a message to the people well we're certainly afraid that they can't win on the selection unfortunately enough people out there I think are a private if you will especially young people who had socialism drilled into their brains for a couple of generations of we've advocated control of our educational system they they are going to act as though they they can't win a legitimate election by fears of they might win illegitimately election.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Could throw past acquisitions into chaos some of the big ones that would be affected if this bill became law Facebook's purchase of Instagram and what's up eighteen antes purchase of Time Warner Google scooping up you too and Amazon taking ownership of whole foods and Zappos worn is also considering changing anti trust laws that the mergers are not just evaluated on how they will impact consumers but also how it would impact entrepreneurs innovation in privacy in Washington Hillary's on fox news yeah you think back twenty years some of the major mega mergers I mean big big big companies nine minutes after six o'clock now governor Tim walls has confirmed that all three crew members in a Minnesota Army National Guard helicopter crash or did they have in that Aidid yet pending identification to family but we do know that the U. H. sixty Black Hawk went down south of Saint cloud Minnesota about nine minutes after take off from an army aviation facility as the investigation does move forward officials say they lost contact with the aircraft while it was on a maintenance test flight yesterday afternoon Saint Paul fire department says they responded to the scene after the helicopter sent a mayday call what's the governor there said on behalf of all Minnesotans we offer our deepest sympathies to the families of these warriors governor waltzes statement went on to say they paid the ultimate price and service to Minnesota and to the United States of America words will never ease the pain of this tragic loss in the state of Minnesota is forever in debt to these warriors so in Minnesota National Guard does confirm that helicopter crash.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"At this is where Orlando turns first for news weather and traffic every day on my way to work and on my way home from work news ninety six point five W. D. B. good morning I'm Rikki Tito three soldiers from the Minnesota National Guard died when their Black Hawk helicopter goes down to the meat its test flight of governor Tim walls the governor has a citizen of this great state as a veteran of the Minnesota Army National Guard my heart breaks for the families the friends and fellow soldiers the helicopter issue to meet eight minutes after take off Thursday afternoon the wreckage was found in our and a half later on a farm near Saint cloud Minnesota Virginia man is charged with attempting to provide material support to ISIS prosecutors say thirty year old Romeo laying horde wanted to make a video to show supporters of the terror group how to build a deadly explosive undercover FBI agent help produce the video but the chemical formula used in it would not cause an explosion in court to get twenty years in prison we hear about a lot of singles here in Florida from time to time will a California woman will now get millions of dollars after she and her car were swallowed by one it happened back in twenty seventeen it had been raining along same laurel canyon Boulevard a woman was driving and then she found herself deep in a sinkhole the street gave way to a river about ten feet beneath the pavement her whole car went in and another teetered above her before it fell and now the city of LA will pay OR four million dollars as part of a settlement she says she suffered a concussion and blurred vision Alex stone ABC news Los Angeles sighing sorry Alex by fifty here news ninety six point five W. D. B. O. we have your weather and traffic every six minutes in the morning temperatures will climb to near normal or even slightly above average temperatures today with partly cloudy skies in Orlando will get to seventy seven degrees in the mid and upper seventies they stick around this weekend Saturday mostly cloudy with a high of seventy six and on Sunday continuing mostly cloudy skies a twenty percent chance for isolated showers really favoring our beaches with a high of so any nine early next week it gets even warmer on Monday partly cloudy with a high of eighty in on Tuesday mostly cloudy skies with a high of eighty two from channel nine Eyewitness News I'm meteorologist Cassandra cramming the five day forecast brought to you by U. S. heating and air conditioning I'm seeing forty seven degrees and University Park I'm seeing.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Minnesota National Guard says a Black Hawk helicopter with three crew members aboard crashed in central Minnesota an international guard lost contact with a U. H. sixty Blackhawk helicopters loaded connecting and maintenance test flight that originated from Saint cloud Minnesota master sergeant Blair Houghton says the well being of the guardsmen is the top priority house Democrats are taking a big step towards formally impeaching president trump speaker Nancy Pelosi is asking the committees investigating president trump to draw up articles of impeachment saying he left Democrats no choice and be accomplices to is a fat contest we have our constitutional responsibility and we act upon them Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee and staff are expected to work through the weekend to prepare for the next hearing on Monday police in Florida say a jewelry store robbery near Miami set off a cross county chasing a stolen you PS truck that ended in a shoot out this is ABC news Airbnb says it's now banning most open invite parties at rentals as well as large parties planned in rentals that are in apartment buildings or condos if all is a shooting at an Airbnb were five people were shot and killed a large hall Ween party NBC is investigating what happened with the firing of one of the judges on America's got talent America's got talent judge Gabrielle union was fired a few weeks ago and since then issues have been raised about racially insensitive comments made on set along with the toxic culture union was apparently fired after bringing those issues to executives NBC now says it will investigate quote to get a deeper understanding of the facts and that it's working with union Wednesday union met for hours with NBC saying she shared or unfiltered true and she's on the meeting to be productive Jason Evans an ABC news Kennesaw state university's decision to remove its cheerleaders from the field after they protested police brutality during the national anthem as cost Georgia taxpayers a hundred and forty three thousand dollars in a legal settlement do you Chang ABC news when you're diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer a million questions flood your mind how can this be happening going to be able to work with the subtype now we know we went through it too but once you start to understand.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:10 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"My name is Krista fine again I'm twenty two years old and I'm from bono if am Schwarzwald from Germany that's a little town in the black forest in cellphone West Germany hi my name is is about so if I am twenty three years old I was born in the southeastern part of Europe in north Macedonia and but I've moved in Switzerland meeting with my whole family hi my name is will say I need this is Louis I am thirty years old and I am from Brasilia Brazil it's Kristoff I. Neka and Isabella still loves goes first year in the US they are both doing internships China in Saint cloud Minnesota and still lives in New York City was on a disease use moved to Washington DC after marrying his American wife they had all heard something about thanksgiving before arriving so my understanding of thanksgiving holiday is primarily where the family gets together they share a moment together there must be a Turkey on the table the story that is still is that you was to celebrate the harvest indigenous people and why people were sharing a meal and happy I'm very skeptical about that idea I don't think that actually happened people come together and then you make a Turkey and eat but the more more important is like the Black Friday off the words that people are freaking out about chopping hi Nick I says he's not sure he wants to participate in Black Friday he says he's on a budget but he's really looking forward to today species we got a whole list and we prepared all day long food the stuffing bean casserole I thing and I made a typical German this degree I'm parents already here and we cook and we played cards and we gonna smoke a Turkey and make one checking a roaster so I'm really excited sounds good this is who says he was excited to have a Turkey to but that is not going to happen this year unfortunately after his house caught on fire he and his wife moved in with friends and he says none of them know how to prepare Turkey but he says the situation makes thanksgiving all the more meaningful to him that resonates a lot with me the idea of thanksgiving and about being thankful for friends family being able to eat and being able to drink clean water which is something that a lot of people in the world don't have that's what Sonny disease use in Washington DC we also heard from Christophe high nica in Saint cloud Minnesota and Isabella still have school in New York City we hope they and you enjoy the holiday in Venice Italy floodwaters devastated parts of the ancient city earlier this month as NPR Sylvia patrolling reports rising sea levels are not the only threat as more Venetians leave Venice risks becoming an empty shell sinking under mass tourism what.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"US law shield dot com and back to more calls beginning with John in the Saint cloud Minnesota good evening John and welcome. and glad to be on campus thank you Mister Walker. three California ammunition tax law. violate. the Interstate Commerce Clause by effectively. rating a. in a minute. what an interesting thought. yeah yeah and then he does raise a great point and there is such a thing as a good just to give your listeners a little background the Interstate Commerce Clause you provision that is located and section eight of article one of the constitution that says that the one of the specific powers of Congress is to regulate commerce between the states and the reason that that was put in there is because the states were United States not always got along with each other and that day do you use are they did use terrorists and taxes to basically punish out of state manufactured goods for example if if a particular state one to protect our agricultural industry they would tax oranges our cabbages or corn from coming in from other states thereby promoting and protecting their own kind of their own kind of cops and basically the fact that the interstate Commerce Clause gives exclusive authority Congress regulate that there's a thing called negative Commerce Clause which is implicit in the car closer to negative Commerce Clause specifically states what your caller pointed out is that states cannot inactive policies and regulations that adversely affect the at three transit of goods into their state and so you know I I I I think that it you know that it does does US law she'll dot com have any plans to started court fight..

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Very well done very well done Cathy is in Saint cloud Minnesota hi Kathy how are you good how are you better than I deserve what's up got a question here for you on our situation I am twenty six years old my husband thirty one and we have a fifteen month old daughter I'm so currently around baby steps for and we're investing a nine and a half percent but my husband's income in mind combining make seventy seven thousand without my income we make roughly I have been made for a thirty eight thousand our market is that we sixty three thousand on a mortgage on it's a fifteen year loan at four and a half percent so when I do the math that twenty seven percent of my husband take home pay and then if you include property taxes thirty one percent does your does your husband to he is a assembler well there okay and what do you do I actually I am eligibility worker at the county okay and so your question a lot my question is my job and my pension not quite yet that they but I will be in about fifteen months we just found out that we are expecting a second child and the question is is it okay to just call them become a stay home mom well what I would do is practice living on his income only which means you would bank your entire check yeah that's what we plan on doing this winter if you can bank your entire check you proven to yourself I what I think doesn't matter but you want to prove to yourself that you can live on his check right right and if you can do that exactly all the bills with his and you put your entire check in savings I mean you could pull a little bit out to cover gas or something that you won't have when you're not working right outside the home and so your some of your costs will go down when your stay home are there some other savings as well but I don't want to lean too heavily on those I want to learn to live on his income and then the second part of the question is I'm I have some real strong discussions about what he's doing to increase his income it was thirty two and forty two I don't want to make in thirty eight yeah you know I hear all these you're always news reports about stagnant wages yeah wages are stagnant but stagnant people sometimes have stagnant wages because we just don't pay attention and so what you got does not be stagnant they're gonna say I'm gonna look in one of I gotta do to make this to the thirty two what I gotta make sixty two or my god you make a hundred and sixty two and I don't know what he does with that maybe owns a welding shop some day and his people working for him I don't know but but long term ten year plan five year plan what are we doing to get his income up odd because you know I don't want your thirty eight thousand which is less the average household income in America it is about fifty six thousand dollars right now and so you would be at you know considerably less than the average household income which is fine but I don't want that to be my long term game plan does that make sense so I want to talk about his career track in which you live on his check and if you do both those things then absolutely if your desires to be home full time with the children absolutely go do that no matter the pension no matter you know because of my Mexicans outcome would wrap to get about three hundred from my income and in that income after all expenses take care all that and certainly that yeah it doesn't matter if you can live on his in your desires to be at home okay and if he has our land and if he has a plan to increases over time and you know maybe you've got a plan to do something and start a business or start a new career when the kids start school some day I don't know but anything and that's okay but let's have an idea.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Well the cavities in Saint cloud Minnesota hi Kathy how are you good how are you better than I deserve what's up got a question here for you on our situation I am twenty six years old my husband thirty one and we have a fifteen month old daughter I'm so currently where I'm baby steps for and we're investing a nine and a half percent but my husband's income in mind combining makes ME seven thousand without my income we made correctly I have been made for a thirty eight thousand I mortgages that we sixty three thousand on a mortgage on it's a fifteen year loan at four and a half percent so when I do the math that twenty seven percent of my husband's take home pay and then if you include property tax thirty one percent does your does your husband do he is a assembler well there okay and what do you do I actually I am eligibility worker at the county okay and so your question or not my question is in my job and my pension I'm not quite yet that they but I will be in about fifteen months we just found out that we are expecting a second child and my question is is it okay to just call them become a stay home mom well what I do is practice living on his income only which means you would bank your entire check yeah that's what we plan on doing this wonder if you can bank your entire check you proven to yourself I what I think doesn't matter but you want to prove to yourself that you can live on his check right right and if you can do that absolutely all the bills with his and you put your entire check in savings I mean you could pull a little bit out to cover gas or something that you won't have when you're not working right outside the home and so your some of your costs will go down when your stay home are there some other savings as well but I don't want to lean too heavily on those I want to learn to live on his income and then the second part of the question is I'm gonna have some real strong discussions about what he's doing to increase his income it was thirty two F. forty two I don't want to make in thirty eight yeah you know I hear all these you're always news reports about stagnant wages yeah wages are stagnant but stagnant people sometimes have stagnant wages because we just don't pay attention and so what you got does not be stagnant you gonna say I'm gonna look in one of I gotta do to make a list of the thirty two of I gotta make sixty two or I got to make a hundred and sixty two and I don't know what he does with that maybe owns a welding shop some day and his people working for him I don't know but but long term ten year plan five year plan what are we doing to get his income up because you know I don't want your thirty eight thousand which is less the average household income in America it is about fifty six thousand dollars right now and so you would be at you know considerably less than the average household income which is fine but I don't want that to be my long term game plan does that make sense so I want to talk about his career track in which you live on his check and if you do both those things then absolutely if your desires to be home full time with the children absolutely go do that no matter the pension no matter you know kind of mine the second child comes with graphic at about three hundred from my income and and Matt income after all expenses take care all of that and struggling with that yeah it doesn't matter if you can live on his in your desires to be at home okay and if he has our land and if he has a plan to increase his over time and you know maybe you've got a plan to do something and start a business or start a new career when the kids start school some day I don't know but anything and that's.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Very well done Cathy is in Saint cloud Minnesota hi Kathy how are you good how are you better than I deserve what's up got a question here for you on our situation I am twenty six years old my husband thirty one and we have a fifteen month old daughter I'm so currently where I'm baby step forward in a nine and a half percent but my husband's income in mind combining makes ME seven thousand without my income we made correctly I have been made for the thirty eight thousand our mortgages that we sixty three thousand on a mortgage on it's a fifteen year loan at four and a half percent so when I do the math that twenty seven percent of my husband's take home pay and then if you include property taxes thirty one percent how does your does your husband he is a assembler while there okay and what do you do I actually A. M. eligibility worker at the county and so your question a lot my question is in my job and my pension not quite yet that's a but I will be in about fifteen months we just found out that we are expecting a second child and so my question is is it okay to just call them become a stay home mom well what I would do is practice living on his income only which means you would bank your entire check yeah that's what we plan on doing this winter if you can bank your entire check you've proven to yourself I what I think doesn't matter but you want to prove to yourself that you can live on his check right right and if you can do that absolutely all the bills with his and you put your entire check in savings I mean you could pull a little bit out to cover gas or something that you won't have when you're not working right outside the home and so your your call she will go down when your stay home are there some other savings as well but I don't want to lean too heavily on those I want to learn to live on his income and then the second part of the question is I'm I have some real strong discussions about what he's doing to increase his income it was thirty two F. forty two I don't want to make in thirty eight yeah you know I hear all these you're always news reports about stagnant wages yeah I'm wages are stagnant but stagnant people sometimes have stagnant wages because we just don't pay attention and so what you gotta do is not be stagnant they're gonna say I'm gonna look in one of I gotta do to make this to the thirty two and I gotta make sixty two when I got to make a hundred and sixty two and I don't know what he does with that maybe owns a welding shop some day working for him I don't know but but long term ten year plan five year plan what are we doing to get his income up on it because you know I don't want your thirty eight thousand which is less the average household income in America it is about fifty six thousand dollars right now and so you would be at you know considerably less than the average household income which is fine but I don't want that to be my long term game plan does that make sense so I want to talk about his career track in which you live on his check and if you do both those things that are absolutely if your desires to be home full time with the children absolutely go do that no matter the pension no matter you know because of my Mexicans outcomes would wrap to get about three hundred from my income and and Matt income after all expenses take care all of that the concern when that yeah it doesn't matter if you can live on his in your desires to be at home okay and if he has only under fire again if he has a plan to increase his over time and you know maybe you've got a plan to do something and start a business or start a new career when the kids start school some day I don't know but anything and that's.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Done Cathy is in Saint cloud Minnesota hi Kathy how are you good how are you better than I deserve what's up got a question here for you on our situation I am twenty six years old my husband thirty one and we have a fifteen month old daughter I'm so currently where I'm baby step forward and we're investing a nine and a half percent but my husband's income in mind combining make seventy seven thousand without my income we made correctly I have been married for thirty eight thousand our market is that we sixty three thousand on a mortgage on it's a fifteen year loan at four and a half percent so when I do the math that twenty seven percent of my husband take home pay and then if you include property taxes thirty one percent does your does your husband do he is a assembler well there okay and what do you do I actually A. M. eligibility worker at the county okay and so your question or not my question is my job and my pension not quite yet but they but I will be in about fifteen months we just found out that we are expecting a second child and my question is is it okay to just call them become a stay home mom well what I would do is practice living on his income only which means you would bank your entire check yeah that's what we plan on doing this winter if you can bank your entire check you proven to yourself I what I think doesn't matter but you want to prove to yourself that you can live on his check right right and if you can do that exactly all the bills with his and you put your entire check in savings I mean you could pull a little bit out to cover gas or something that you won't have when you're not working right outside the home answer your some of your costs will go down when your stay home are there some other savings as well but I don't want to lean too heavily on those I want to learn to live on his income and then the second part of the question is I'm gonna have some real strong discussions about what he's doing to increase his income in the thirty two and forty two I don't want to make in thirty eight yeah you know I hear all these you're always news reports about stagnant wages yeah wages are stagnant but stagnant people sometimes have stagnant wages because we just don't pay attention and so what you got does not be stagnant they're gonna say I'm gonna look in one of I gotta do to make this to the thirty two what I gotta make sixty two or my god you make a hundred and sixty two and I don't know what he does with that maybe owns a welding shop some day working for him I don't know but but long term ten year plan five year plan what are we doing to get his income up because you know I don't want your thirty eight thousand which is less the average household income in America it is about fifty six thousand dollars right now and so you would be at you know considerably less than the average household income which is fine but I don't want that to be my long term game plan does that make sense so I want to talk about his career track in which you live on his check and if you do both those things then absolutely if your desires to be home full time with the children absolutely go do that no matter the pension no matter you know because of my Mexicans outcome would wrap to get about three hundred from my income and and Matt income after all expenses take care all of that the concern when that yeah it doesn't matter if you can live on his in your desires to be at home okay and if he has only and they are you know if he has a plan to increase his over time and you know maybe you've got a plan to do something and start a business or start a new career when the kids start school some day I don't know but anything and that's okay but let's have an idea.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Very well done well the cavities in Saint cloud Minnesota hi Kathy how are you how are you better than I deserve what's up thank god I got a question here for you on our situation I am twenty six years old my husband thirty one and we have a fifteen month old daughter I'm the only one baby step forward in a nine and a half percent my husband incoming line combining makes me seven thousand without my income we made correctly I have been married for thirty eight thousand mortgages that we sixty three thousand on a mortgage on as a fifteen year loan at four and a half percent so when I do the math that twenty seven percent of my husband take home pay and then if you can thirty one percent does your does your husband to he is a assembler Wilder okay and what do you do I actually I am eligibility worker at the county thanks for your question my question is the nine time and my pension not quite yet but they but I will be in about fifteen months but it turned out that we are expecting a second child and my question is is it okay to just call them become a stay home mom well what I do is practice living on his income only which means you would bank your entire check yeah that's what we plan on doing this winter if you can bank your entire check you proven to yourself what I think doesn't matter but you want to prove to yourself that you can live on his check right right and if you can do that on Saturday all the bills with his and you put your entire check in savings I mean you could pull a little bit out to cover gas or something that you won't have when you're not working right outside the home and so your your call she will go down when your stay home are there some other savings as well but I don't want to lean too heavily on those I want to learn to live on his income and then the second part of the question is I'm I have some real strong discussions about what he's doing to increase his income thirty two and forty two I don't want to make in thirty eight yeah you know I hear all these murals news reports about stagnant wages wages are stagnant but stagnant people sometimes have stagnant wages because we just don't pay attention and so what you've got there's not be stagnant they're gonna say I'm gonna look in one of I gotta do to make this to the thirty two when I got to make sixty two we're going to make a hundred and sixty two and I don't know what he does with that maybe owns a welding shop some day those people working for him I don't know but but long term ten year plan five year plan more we doing to get his income up because you know I don't want your thirty eight thousand which is less the average household income in America it is about fifty six thousand dollars right now and so you would be at you know considerably less than the average household income which is fine but I don't want that to be my long term game plan does that make sense so I will talk about his career track in which you live on his check and if you do both those things that are absolutely if your desires to be home full time with the children absolutely go do that no matter the pension no matter you know when the second tower complete wrap to get about three hundred from my income and and Matt income after all expenses take care all that to the concerned when that yeah it doesn't matter if you can live on his in your desires to be at home okay and if he has a you know if he has a plan to increase his over time and you know maybe you've got a plan to do something in charter business or start a new career when the kids start school some day I don't know but anything and that's okay but let's have.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"If it's the same with the playboy you know what I mean like my dad. I'll put it back in the same place and have one but my neighbors did when I babysat and they went back like they came out of that he kept them Re v and Ronnie just the Babysit Reading Ronnie and their dad had that playboy and it was under the sink in the bathroom cabinet of like the spare bathroom bathroom in the back and I would open that thing and I would take that thing out use he use tweezers to turn the page this. You're gonNA have one hour. Yes yes right armed guard at the front door. I'm sitting a little cubicle. He would watch me. Replace it back in the box. No one cares anymore. Tony's got <hes> quick question. Tony Yeah going on not much like comment about your previous little story. You know I believe firmly in carrying cash on you being that I'm twenty three in the I._R._S. is after me. Heavily that I said so basically can't get bank town but other than that I do have a question for you. <hes> hold on you can't can't get a blank of a bank account. This is Tony Montana <hes> okay well. I can get a bank account but it's like I already know the I._R._S.. After me for only about four hundred fifty dollars but if I opened up a veins on my man you know you've got six fifty dollars down and I just know they're going to liquidate as soon as I put it in all right trouble. What's your question? My question is I'm turning twenty four on Monday so I can't and the I've worked as a bouncer at a nightclub and Goodall Saint Cloud Minnesota and I worked weekends. You know that's the busiest time of the week and my girlfriend keeps getting thing that she has something planned for me on Saturday night so I was just wondering how old is too old to like actually like give yourself to a birthday party or something like that. I know it's not necessarily for me to feel good. It's more for like people that care about me to feel good but like I really need to make some talking money. You know what I mean also I. I don't have money. I don't know that you should ever give yourself a birthday party. I feel like your parents do it when you're young and then as you transition your friends girlfriends friends bounce or whatever I don't know. I don't think it's ever okay to throw yourself a party. Well not okay but I'm not a fan of throwing yourself so I don't know that there's ever one but then is there a cutoff. I'm GonNa meet you halfway because for many years here's in my twenties. I had a softball birthday party but it was excused again my friends together drink beer and play softball. We've had that I agree Tony. You're in that transitional period where you shouldn't be celebrating yourself but to get your friends together and how Dire Damn candle the softball game gender thing. It's not like here's the catch here's attached to pay. I'm a recovering heroin addict right and I haven't actually enjoy a birthday. They probably eight years of my life and I do not the love of my wife's overdue right and she decides that I deserve actually enjoy birthday not like Dave like just melds into every day in the week. She wants to actually really like celebrate..

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's not going to come that's a tough one it's not ten feet any P. E. I. T. H. E. every last one it's an easy one blank day also known as the fourth of July independence day that said good job you did a great job how do you feel the bill is right in the pen thing would have been good to remember well I had never heard of the pen fee so I've read the Odyssey a number so I know but it's it's a so it's a small thing in hard to it's hard to recall that's why that's why you know we have someone as skilled as will doing this because comes up with the hard ones to bring it home but you did great and for playing our puzzle today you'll get a weekend edition lapel pin as well as puzzle books and games you can read all about it and PR dot org slash puzzle and Patrick what's your member station okay you W. R. and my wife and I are are a long time sustaining members that's fantastic Patrick Ivers of Laramie Wyoming thank you for playing the puzzle thank you for having me on all right well what's next week's challenge yes it comes from Joseph young of Saint cloud Minnesota who conducts the blog puzzle ria and it's a little tricky when you remove the last letter from Germany Sweden or Somalia what remains is a native of that country what country if you remove its last letter also leaves a native but only after you rearrange its remaining letters so again what country if you remove its last letter also leads the natives but only after you rearrange its remaining letters when you have the answer go to our website NPR dot org slash puzzle and click on the submit your answer.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"News station is KTAR news ninety two three FM. Welcome back to the Jim Bohannon show, our guest, John Marini, Dr Marini is a professor of political science at the university of Reno and the author of unmasking the administrative state. This is published by encounter books and subtitled the crisis of American politics in the twenty first century. We have a call from K and Saint Cloud Minnesota on the Bohannon show. Good evening and welcome. Yeah. Thanks for taking my call. Talking about which today is that. Yeah. Hey, FBI and all those. Their administration the fourth degree which has power over. No, thank you, the president could still get rid of them. And just because we had a president Johnson. Welfare state. I think they were all on their minds on both sides yet. Congressman to allow this so called administrative in capacity. And if they do I don't think there's too many people that recognize your door even see it as a lot. I can see where they're really pushing the button. But I will. That's why I'm really supporters of Trump and deregulating. But I think at this point he could very well say. FBI your God. You're gone. And I don't think he would get hit a hell of a lot of trouble doing that. Well, he couldn't just dismantle the entire organizations, obviously K, but. To a certain extent, the president could could act in such a way what are the critical things. I think that you point out Dr Marini is the fact that indeed the mechanisms are there to bring the administrative state under control if another way just just bankrolling him. I mean, the the three-letter organizations the FDA's and FCC's SEC's who've ever get annual appropriations it is convenient for many of the elected officials in power to have the administrative state handy. Both. As someone to blame in case things, go wrong, and as a way of generally, avoiding responsibility. No, I agree. And I think the problem with say certainly Trump has or any president has the formal authority as head of the executive branch to do what he wants to do. But he also has to be politically aware of the fact that he has to he has there are mechanisms and the other branches that can also threatened that that power that he has in the most important one. Of course, congress has over the president is the power of each. And the problem with Trump's in tenuous position because it in a certain way, he didn't even have really the support of his own party end up late in a way, he had almost he had the establishment in Washington of both parties opposed to what he was doing. You have to be cognizant of the fact that the form powers of government now are not necessarily going to be useful politically in public opinion, which shaped largely by the the establishment with his the defender of the administrative state is almost wholly in the hands of those who are defenders of the administrative state. So it's very hard to get even popular support for what you're doing president. Because you don't have you don't have in a certain way, you don't have political life in America. An aunt at a dynamic active, political life were differences of opinion can be expressed and debated. You have a certain opinion that is mandated by the elites and establishes. What is even possible to do and talk about? So these are these are great restrictions on democratic political life. Many of the institutions that we once had that weren't political that were part of civil society. Those those those things that the American founders expected that people would actually solve their problems in private association insanely in churches in professional associations that had nothing to do with the political. And now everything is political that is mandated by politics and nothing nothing is immune from political control. I wanna come back and talk some more on that point. But as you call from David in Creston, Iowa. Hello, david. IBM? Thank you for taking my call. Cold here, forty below zero overnight to talk about that relaxed hours. A matter of fact, go right ahead. I hope I'm not boring dead. Anyway. I had a question that I think he'd be your gift list about answered it is the final say so on. We don't have anybody that has the final say. So as far as I know whether soak supposedly the supreme court vital, the final say so on what David on name decision whether corrupt government or where repeat across the crack bureaucracy. All this didn't here this investigation that investigates and so on so forth. It's up to messed up. Y'all supreme court can rule it in in cases of things that it deems to be unconstitutional. But but otherwise, I suppose professor marina, you do point out. The fact that again, not only is there a certain lack of of ultimate responsibility and accountability. But that that's a pretty comfortable thing for a lot of folks. No, I think that that's been the real problem, the political branches have advocated their policy making power. So when you look at say, congress almost every controversial thing in. Political life that occurs. It's very divisive that divides the electorate and congress doesn't want to actually act on that in policy making way. It's simply it's simply delegates that assorted when you delegate your third to the bureaucracy that has no constitutional powers at all. The constitution doesn't give any power to any administrative structure. The only powers of the American government are in the hands of the legislative executive did you this year? But when commerce gives power to the bureaucracy and that power, then is affects citizens in certain ways. What is the remedy that that that people have of course, then they end up having to go to court and the courts Dan has to make policy decisions, which is exactly what the American founders did not want them to do because the least democratic branch. They wanna congress to make those decisions the congress the decisions that are political decisions that our policy making season. And when you do that when congress passes a law. To get support of both parties in large numbers of people throughout the country. People disagree with the law because they have they have a say, and they know that they can change perhaps the laws if they change the represented when you put these things into the hands of specialized bodies, including the court or the supreme court, then of course, you take it out of the political arena. Exactly, we've paused briefly, we'll take a break and be back with more calls in just a moment. They spent alarm hair all.

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"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"saint cloud minnesota" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Theater followed by the new mid police department shortly after it was time for the community to make their way. Inside Kimberly Lawson was one of the hundreds of people to get in line sharing stories of seeing and the times he spent greeting her family in your front yard. He would literally stop and just talk to you. If he was driving by sing was killed hours after spending time with his wife and child on Christmas. Pedro Rivera FOX forty and Sacramento, corporal, Ronal saying will be buried Saturday following a memorial service in Florida. Investigators revealing one of the two truck drivers killed in a crash on a Florida highway on Thursday at been ticketed. Several times. Over the years in five states for speeding driving driving, an unsafe vehicle among the seven victims of that crash. Five children from Louisiana who were on a church trip to DisneyWorld. They may be divorced. But a former Minnesota couple still believes in the promise of in sickness and in health twenty years after former childhood sweethearts Sixty-two-year-old, Mary Ziglar and Bill Hendricks. Got divorced. Mary gave Bill a saving kidney after he started to fail for me. It wasn't even a decision. It was kinda like Cam calling up and say, can you come over and help us rake leaves the former Saint Cloud Minnesota pair hoping their story will inspire other divorced couples to do the right thing for their kids and encourage others to donate. The doctor did sale was excellent kidney. When I woke up. It's been a month since the kidney transplant and Bill says he is feeling great. Fox's Jeff monosso..

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