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"sioux city" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

The Christian Science Monitor Daily

02:20 min | Last month

"sioux city" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily

"Are now pointing to a third presidential run by Donald Trump. At a monitor breakfast yesterday, former senior Trump adviser Kellyanne Conway told us she expected him to announce soon after Tuesday's midterm elections. Other outlets echoed that news today with one saying the former president's inner circle is looking at November 14. And another saying he could announce possibly as soon as that date. Former president Trump has long been hinting at a 2024 run, and he did so again yesterday at a rally in Sioux City, Iowa. I will very, very, very probably do it again, he said. Declaring this soon would be extraordinarily early. Candidates typically announce in the year preceding the election. But mister Trump could have several reasons for moving quickly. He reportedly believes that being a declared candidate could insulate him from various criminal investigations, including ongoing probes of efforts to overturn Joe Biden's victory in 2020. Announcing his candidacy could also help shore up his base of support, as polls show many Republican voters, including some Trump supporters, increasingly say they'd like someone else as their 2024 nominee. Mister Trump's entrance would have immediate ripple effects, there are at least a dozen other credible GOP candidates. Many a generation younger than mister Trump, who would feel pressure either to jump in or bow out. It would also likely supercharge the democratic side in ways that could actually help President Biden. He has long made clear that he ran in 2020 to counter mister Trump, whom he and much of the democratic base view as a threat to democracy. Of course, it's entirely possible that mister Trump is just toying with the media. Something he's done in the past. And he isn't actually planning an announcement at this time. Still, the political world has to take the hint seriously. At our breakfast, miss Conway discussed why mister Trump might want another term. He's got a great post presidency life, she said, but he's had only one term and was just getting started. He loves

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"sioux city" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:02 min | 4 months ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Night and they just don't have sleeves their entire careers. Right, and eventually they just play long enough that the actual clock has turned to the point where it was turned forward when they started. Wow. I guess this is sort of similar to the debate about All-Star Game uniforms rate, which I don't have a strong position on. I know a lot of people were upset that they have standardized the all star uniforms aside from the caps, whereas they used to have every all star representative where the uniform of their respective team and it seems like MLB probably largely just because they want to have new uniform design so that they can sell more stuff. But also it seems like Manfred may be objects to having uniforms not be uniform and just wants it to be standardized and a lot of people took that as further evidence that rob Manfred hates baseball and fun. Personally, I don't care all that much, honestly. So I don't feel that strongly about that either way, but I guess you would have a similar look. So if you're into that for an all star team, now maybe it's different for an All-Star Game that it would be for a regular game. But I agree it wouldn't be quite as confusing or prohibitive in baseball as it would be in other sports. So I don't know, I don't know that there's a point or a great upside to doing this. It seems like it could be kind of confusing and then also imagine just like the extra strain on the clubbies and like the uniform managers where you have to have every person or a lot of people have their own esoteric idiosyncratic uniform that dates back from whenever and so you have to keep track of that and make sure they have the right uniform. I don't know, we've talked about having some way to represent maybe on caps or uniforms like all star appearances or award wins. If you're like a reigning winner of some prominent award, maybe you get to wear something that shows off that status. So I'm up for that. I'm up for more personalized appearance, I think, by baseball players, but I don't know that just sticking with the same uniform throughout your career is the best way to do it, especially if you're saddled with a sucky uniform. That stinks for the player who has to wear it forever. Well, so I don't remember if I got worked up or not when we talked about the all star thing. So if this is an inconsistent position, I'm sorry. Clearly I don't care enough to have remembered what I said. The only time that I have really had strong feelings about that was like there was one year where in the fall league they had them where you need like fall week unis, whereas like generally you wear the uniform of the org you play for and then you have like a cap, you know, you have your team cap. And that was terrible. And I think my objection at the time was that these guys are not necessarily well known to the folks in attendance and it's like it sucks for the scouts and for the fans, it's a problem because you're not necessarily like visually familiar with prospects yet, but you can say, oh, well that must be so and so because he's in a mets uniform. And so I thought that it diminished the fan experience at the same time that it was making people who work in baseball's jobs harder. And that's like a really bad combination. Like clearly, rob Manfred is fine making people who work in baseball jobs harder if he thinks it enhances the fan experience, you know, just look at July. As like a month and how it's scheduled, but for the All-Star Game, I don't know. I guess it's fine if you care and it's fine if you don't, but I think it would get kind of confusing to have multiple people on the same team in different uniforms, especially like I said if you hit like been traded to another club and then you play that team regularly and you're like imagine last trait that line, your Kendall graveman and then you go and you play in Houston and you're like but I'm still wearing a Mariners uniform. I think that Raymond returns to Atlanta still wearing his braves seriously. He's so weird. You know, as weird as it was to see him in a different uniform, it would have been equally weird to see him back in his braves universe. Like what if you get a cup of coffee with your original team and then they trade you and you spend the next 15 years with another kid. Is there like a plate appearance threshold that you have to clear before you're like saddled with that uniform for the rest of the can you change your uniform number or is that blocking too or like the question? What if you go from a team that has names on the back or numbers or like no names, names do you have to stick with that convention too? Everyone else gets their name and you don't get your name okay so now we're cooking with gas because if this undid that, which I think uniforms should have nibs on them, I'm sorry if that offense people I'm playing with that too. Like I think it's just, I think it's just good for players names to be on their uniforms. I think it's good for you. Identify the players. It's okay. What are we supposed to memorize a bunch of numbers? I don't remember. I never. I know so few brasser numbers, like uniform numbers. Oh gosh. And you go to a ballpark and a lot of times they will have the out of town scoreboard and the way that they denote who is pitching is by the uniform number. And I'm like, am I supposed to know all I know? Look, I am a homework was I supposed to do before this game. Right, like I am expected to know an appropriately deep amount about baseball because it is literally my job. And even I am like, what the hell are we? Who is that? And then I just have to look at my phone when I'm trying to look at my phone list. So all of that to say, if this stoner idea got names on all the uniforms, maybe that's worth it on balance. That's it. Okay. All right, by the way, meant to mention earlier when we were talking about the queerness, the gayness of a league of their own, that there was a player who came out this week, a minor leaguer, Solomon Bates, who had just been released by the Giants and then he came out publicly as gay, he had been out to his teammates for a while previously. He has subsequently signed, I believe, with the Sioux City explorers of the American association and indie ball, but the fact that that is still such news and still such a rarity and basically hasn't happened in quite this way in the major leagues. That just goes to show that, hey, you know, there is still a lot of value in having a show like this that presents that, I think, as not even just acceptable, but the dominant norm in this league in this show, right? Just to further normalize further make it seem acceptable and wholesome and great and good for people to embrace their identities and everything because in baseball specifically, it still can be a taboo subject 30 years after the movie and 80 years after the events being depicted in the series.

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"sioux city" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Native America Calling

"We had our large pride event at the beginning of June. We did it June 3rd because here in su land, our Sioux City area. All our LGBTQIA+ organizations decided we were going to have all of ours on the same weekend..

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"sioux city" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:49 min | 6 months ago

"sioux city" Discussed on WCPT 820

"First we need to be very clear that we shouldn't have any cuts to social security or Medicare We need to be increasing those benefits But I got concerned when the Republicans are saying if they take back the House or Senate they want Biden to start a Simpson bowl like commission That was a terrible idea during the Obama years and that commission was basically going to gut social to cut social security when we need to be increasing it in terms of funding for the type of equipment and services that you talk about for people in need I am for increasing that funding Rodney and Sioux City Iowa you are on the air with the representative Connor Thank you Great show as always But my question is what are the three unifying employees from the DNC I mean we do not have direct messaging on healthcare for people of color and poor people is terrible Public education is a total failure and housing I mean if we don't have three core values that we stand for Republicans they're going to clean our clock come midterms Because we spent all this money in Ukraine and poor people in this country are still suffering What I mean how do we meet the needs of poor people as Democrats The Republicans even though they're hateful they're organized Ronnie let's get an answer to the question We got let's get an answer to the question here Ronnie I think you'd be hardened by you to reverend barber and the poor people's campaign This is his message that there are a 140 million Americans or four or low wealth that we need to meet their needs and I think the three points after we let increase our wage they have a livable way Make sure we have Medicare for All healthcare for.

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"sioux city" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"How we didn't Other than what people told her. There's no way that's really registering. It's it's hard to say is my gut tells me that was not the fact. That was something else you know who knows but i. I'm not afraid to tell that story because You know. I tried to try till teenagers. Please just don't go the drug route. It just leads to the bad stuff including death. And that's what happened to a great friend of mine we're talking to gerry schimmel It's a lot of sports stories in the first hour talking about this. The plane crash. United airlines flight to thirty two crashed in sioux city iowa on july nineteenth nineteen thousand nine. What i think is fascinating to me. Jerry is you. Flying was never an issue. After the fact in fact the next day you got an airplane. That sounds really courageous. Doesn't it it really really was scared of place anyway. And then you do this and get on and i thought that was important. I tell i tell people that. And that's why i could never do that. You know it was. It was so crazy that day and that night and united contact me late that denied the crash and said hey we're bringing a plane tomorrow to sioux city and we're going to go back to denver so if you wanna go you wanna get that plane show up at the airport at whatever time and just get on the plane. Tell them who you are thought. Yeah i want to get back. I've done all i can hear. I want to get back and see my wife. And so i thought it was important to get back on a plane again anyway. 'cause always in this business where i had to travel a lot and it sounds courageous. That it did this. But here's how it turned out radius kind of funny First of all. I remember walking past this group of literally hundreds of media people and they were lined up and the and the satellite trucks are all there and always people were looking for somebody to interview and i walked past. Everybody noah nobody had any idea was of survivor from that lake in my brother was with me older brother who had driven up from topeka kansas and he kind of we kind of walked into where we were just laughing like all these people have no idea who you are and so i got on that plane and i found seat buckled my seatbelt brady and the next thing i remember were landing in denver. I hadn't slept all night. i was up all night. Long looking for jay and.

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"sioux city" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"I'm with the back praying like everybody else but the cockpit true had just so little control the plane Were supposed to land at about one hundred twenty miles an hour. Normal dc ten landing. We hit at two hundred fifty five. They couldn't slow the plane down enough to have any shot at a at a safe landing and we hit the ground that hard and and Slid always flipped over and broken to all these pieces. And that's the videotape that you can pick up online with an easy search for united flight to thirty two and result was that There were two hundred ninety. Six people aboard hundred twelve died so two hundred eighty six of us one hundred eighty six of us really survive was the timeframe from when you heard that like you said if sound like a bomb went off. An engine. Blew and everything was happening from that point. How long from that point to the landing forty five minutes forty five minutes and longtime so you're in the plane and you're all pretty much. I mean everybody on the plane is like this is this is yeah. This is it. What are you doing at this air. You talking to people or do we sit and be quiet or what. What is sheer panic. What was it like in there. Yeah you know when we when we first drop to the ancient explosion. It was total panic. Panic over the cabinet. But once we came out of that drop and leveled off it subsided pretty quickly and i called after data controlled panic. You could still hear people crying and people would cry out once in a while but for the most part people kept pretty calm A lot of families with kids on board mila summertime so people on vacation and the rest of us were businessmen traveling so we kind of kept to ourselves but in that forty five minutes We kept circling the airport. Every time we got a the plane wouldn't go straight and it wouldn't go left. It kept banking to the right on. Its own we. They kept fighting this right turn. And so every time we got an heading for sioux city the planet veer off course. And we have to come back in lineup again. We did that five times. And that's why took so long to get there took us forty five minutes to get there and in that time we were able to practice. This sounds kind of crazy too but we practice emergency landing position and procedure so twice we went through it twice and so by the time we came around for final approach and captain haines told us to brace. We knew what that meant that meant. You grabbed the seat back in front across your arms your forehead in the seat back and and just it and try to secure yourself as best you can so we. We are ready for that. I think we're probably sounds crazy to for a plane crash but we're probably mentally and physically ready as we could be for that crash in that stuff you just don't think about when you hear plane crash you think. Oh something bad happened. Crash not thinking of taking turns around the airport and the pilot the captain talking to you and going through. Hey this is what's happening at this stage almost as you said almost practicing. That's the impact. That's where a crash was so different so unique and so many people remember it. The biggest thing is was videotaped and so people have that that videotape they can reference still but ours is different. You're right more time..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Rec Poker

Rec Poker

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Rec Poker

"I thought i should be able to buff him off. Would a bit more. Had i known so the no no such thing as value betting that point to win the so like. What's your family. Do you have siblings growing up or where who playing cards with. Yeah we played that game. We often played with my mom dad brother and then her my mother's grandparents our parents so my grandparents that was one of our common games that we would play when we got together. I love hearing. Well like the multi generational game playing notice. Superfund are you. So you're minnesota now are you have you did you grow. Perio is from minnesota. I grew up in iowa in sioux city. Actually so And but i made it out. And i live in minnesota. Now all right sweet so then so car. Playing playing cards always wanted to bluff people. Jim regan along just fine like so. When did it start to transition into playing for money was was a poker first and then playing for money replay for money and then poker like walk me kind of how i moved into sort of this puzzle with money only started at six years old just had a set of chips and you know that was just a way to keep score. There was no money involved with those particular chips. We just were playing the game I don't think. I started playing for money until either late or early college and then Just doing various poker games in whatever kids would sit around the table back then was a cold them because i didn't even know hold them existed back then But just playing a lot of five card draw that was probably one of the most common and then seven card stud variants. Were also pretty common. But you'd also have other games like inbetween or guts were other poker adjacent games not really poker games. So i'm curious. Kind of what was your. Were any of those kind of your. I love now..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Majority 54

"To acknowledge no truth to that. But you have to acknowledge that. There's some sort of grievance even if it is a grievance that is arrived at in ill-informed or or disinformed way there's a grievance and so as a result if if a community is struggling then there needs to be an explanation for why it is struggling and so if one side is telling them well it's because of brown people on the coast and the other side is not speaking to the fact that community struggling at all with. They're going to help right or wrong. If they don't know any better they might go to the side that at least gave them an explanation. Right and your point. I think is. Hey there's an actual reason that our community is struggling and it's because all of these white men in power have been on both sides. They offer a long time by the way have been giving more and more power to enormous corporations who are screwing our our part of the country and and that has the benefit of being true but also speaks to agreements Absolutely nowhere do. I see that more than like on social media. Where like on twitter. i meant obviously. Politics is not on twitter Even though we all have to tweet and whatnot. But i was getting re tweeted by ranchers and farmers for trump. Because they loved that antitrust message. And i have people across the aisle with that In that it was just kind of experiment that has really just kinda taken off. Jd before you move on. We've been saying in antitrust message. We've been saying talking about you. Know corporations coming in and and really hurting row communities but go ahead and get like in the weeds from it. There's a lot of people listening to this. Who don't have any idea what that means. So i want you to explain. How is it that a lack of any kind of antitrust enforcement is screwing over agricultural communities in this country trying to do the best truncated version possible. Because it's it's a weedy issue but basically every industry in agriculture. Everyone doesn't matter if you if it seeds fertilizer The input side the market side Hogs chickens everything is consolidated to a point that is beyond the level that it was a hundred years ago in one hundred years ago. We had five meatpacking plants in chicago that that They meet in the price fixed and they were broken up the big five or broken up. And then as a result the stock yards and packers act was passed in a literally one hundred years ago this week again. Those five huge packing plants controlled forty five percent market today. Four in in beef control eighty five percent of the market in covert is the perfect example of what happened. So these these four multinational corporations they have enough weight. That president trump's only executive orders first executive order when it came to cova did was to keep them open. And and so. It wasn't for masks or mass-produce anything or to shift. Anything i it was is to keep the packers open and so what we saw last year was consumers. Paid the most they ever had for me yet. Workers who are working for the same wages when my family moved to sioux city in nineteen eighty-four so workers are being suppressed working in dangerous Settings and then you have farmers who are beating squeezed by the price because the price that the farmer gets compared to the price that packers send out to grow stores in restaurants and what have you is so dramatically off so basically the the farmers the consumers and the workers are getting screwed. And so what we used to have is a network of a lot of regional packers in. Now it's so concentrated that year and a half ago. There was a fire down in Kansas in that disrupted the whole market. So we have only fifty meatpacking plants in the united states that produced like ninety percent of our food in. It's so concentrated that that we don't have much adaptability flexibility in. I feel that's a national security issue but it's also an economic issue in the sense that it's about rural revitalization. So when i talk about antitrust this is almost everything that you want a when it comes to. Let's let's go from environmentalism to climate change to worker's rights to redevelop the in the rural economy all the very first step is enforcing our antitrust laws. And i'll say that the bynum administration has been absolutely crushing it by putting on people like lena con. tim wu and their executive order for a more fair and competitive marketplace in the american economy. That that happened. Recently those are things that are absolute musts That i feel an end. I've had the same people who retreat me. Who are on other side are seeing this so this may not be for the general public but for the people that it affects this is a great thing and they are opening up to the by administration when it comes to this and it's not just a matter of like oh this is an issue where they agree with us. It's like this is the biggest issue in the having to do with their livelihood and they agree with us exactly in in. That's something that we can bring to these communities in and just talked to them in honestly i had. Nobody told me when i first started. A running. that antitrust is is something you should run on. What happened was my my grandma. Pass away thanksgiving of twenty sixteen and the last thing she told me was. You gotta take care of the farm in that. Just hit home and so when i started looking in farm issues in egg issues i was like holy cow. This is a just a huge concentration in way. More dramatic than what anyone's really talking about. We talk about tech talk about pharmacy all this stuff. It's we're living in the second gilded age with amount of concentration we have in so i just started going out to farm events in talking to different random people and again all over the political spectrum. Just listen to them. I was like oh the just kept on hearing you know. We just don't enforce antitrust laws like we used to and so i made a pillar of my campaign and it it stemmed from not polling. People is it stemmed from just going out and having conversations in understanding. What's on the ground with folks in the reality. Look it also goes right. At the heart of what the republicans have tried to make their strength in rural areas. Other than white grievance. Right which is they. Position themselves as pro-agriculture but what you in your campaign what your argument for the rural vote nationally is is to expose the fact that they are no different on agriculture than they are on oil than they are big business. Generally which is they side with giant conglomerate business and not with the people doing the work and that is certainly an opportunity for democrats to just stick with what they are always four and win voters yet. I agree and it's like jason. We're talking about a couple of months ago at relation to antitrust in the tech sector. And what we're talking about. Jd was we have to be careful when we're we're getting into Political coalitions with with republicans to enforce anti-trust against big attack. That we need to push them to apply that standard to other sectors which they have traditionally weakened antitrust for and that they've shown very little willingness to apply you know antitrust laws for example to agribusiness or to me meatpacking plants than they do facebook because they wanted to attack facebook and twitter. And all these other places because they viewed them as a threat to their political power but the meat packing plants are source of their political power absolutely absolutely and that's again call them on their game. They're going to talk about culture wars when we talk about. No this is a economic policies. Were on the right side of this for so many of these folks in in like never got pushback Again a talked farmers and people in the industry who will always vote for me in once who will never vote for me in everywhere in between in and they realize how concentrated things are and to me. This is this is. It's it's such a Umbrella issue that you can put so many things into it and we're at a very pivotal time for this as well..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Majority 54

Majority 54

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Majority 54

"Let's get to this week and misinformation and jd. Since we have you here we want to talk about the rural votes and how democrats can stop their backside worth world voters in this country and in twenty twenty took an rv to each of the three hundred seventy four towns in your district. Let's just start with what you learn on that trip. Well in in twenty eighteen. I did the same thing. But i went to. I went to all thirty nine counties at least three times and so our campaign was very unconventional in the sense that we didn't necessarily do campaign in a box where you just do call time. Call time call time. I did a lot of time while driving the rv and did the best we can with all that. But we really wanted to get out there and hear from people because in a district that has seventy thousand more registered republicans and democrats. You're not gonna win by just a tv ad No matter how good your tv ads are and so we had to get out there in in to me after these elections i feel like i had this wealth of knowledge and i saw where the democrat party is going in to see where. There's this huge gap in where people are and not. It's not necessarily politically just how we campaign in. So that's where this really kinda started at my partner in this Roy vote dot org. Is matt hildreth. Who runs through organizing organ. We talked so much after the election about like. This is what we should be doing. This is what we need to be doing. And so we thought if we combined our efforts We could really do something special. And so think of carroll county which is in the district here in in two thousand eight voted for obama in twenty twenty it voted for trump at seventy one percent and so what is a county let carroll county not a lot of people don't move in or move out of carroll county but why has that shifted so dramatically and there's a lot of reasons but the number one by far to me and what i saw on the ground in what i see out. There is the missing disinformation especially on facebook. Hardly anybody in two thousand eight was really in tune with facebook the way they are now this district. The fourth district is the number one district in america that republicans and democratic voters are on facebook. And and you look at the top ten things every day that is posted on facebook and there's twitter account documents this seven out of ten off ten out of ten. It's right wing thing it's Ben shapiro aban gino A and breitbart all that stuff in ultimately we have to find a way to get messengers out there in. It's it's not so much the message. It's the messengers and that's what we're really working on. Anything interesting about that is probably a fair amount of people listening to this right now. Who come from parts of the country. That are nowhere near where you are ira from and it might be shocking to them to learn that the vast majority of voters in your district are getting a lot of their information from facebook because honestly they might think that people don't have internet access right they did and so when you think about the small tactical plays the democrats tried to make to cater to row voters like like rural broadband. There's a lot of people who do need better broadband but there's a lot of people who are like i have good internet right right. Those people are voting and they're getting information over the internet. That is deceiving them. And i think your point is the way to break through that. Is you have to physically go to one of the things. I heard most often in rural areas. And i bet you've heard this too was. Wow it has been a long time since anyone came here it in. That's what i talked with aurora a lot about when he was running for president. And in just about you know having these conversations in in going into these places that traditionally don't vote democrat and just talking with folks in you never know I think jason when you came appear to sioux city in in Spoke used your Little anecdote about the first time you went door knocking in how important that was. And i use that the whole two campaigns. No i remember that. And i appreciate it. The basic premise of the whole thing is that most voters aren't actually like going down a spreadsheet of your beliefs and trying to figure out if there's lineup with yours what they're really doing sizing you up for whether you care about. People like them and showing up is a huge part of that like showing up in a community. That doesn't usually get particularly democratic candidates to show up communicates that like would you matter to me. I'm here did you. And this might be where you're going when you show up. What do we say you know. Because obviously what you're saying is going to be different than if i were running for congress in south of manhattan rate What are what are the messages that you find resonate with bro voters. I think the biggest thing is is listen in the more you listen to them the more they start believing in you. I i heard this great anecdote about bill clinton where he was. Somebody was talking to them like saying something that he didn't agree at all in just like really challenging him and then at the end he just goes you know what i think. We both agree and he moved on. And you never know like Certain people you're never going to get a hold of. But i think it boils down to this again going back to the poll that we did with yougov a couple of months ago. That really put a spotlight on this. And this is rural battleground voters across the nation. Eight different Battleground states in our pollster. John ray did a great job. He said this is probably one of the most substantial pulling he's ever done and we just took what we thought would be generic decent rural candidate and and just we put them up against someone who is from the coast. Very wealthy who wants to give tax breaks to the the super wealthy and that generic candidate wins by like thirty four thirty five percent. Then you put a d by that candidate. They lose by one percent. That's what we're up against. And we see. In missouri with worker's rights you see in nebraska and utah in idaho with a passing medicaid expansion. You saw a marijuana being passed in in south dakota in fifteen dollars minimum wage in florida. Our policies are extremely popular right now. So it's not so much that talking about oh this. This one thing is going to change your life in beef for you or anything like that. It's it's about the brand in the democratic brand and it's it goes hand in hand with the missing disinformation that's just being spewed constantly. And that's what we're up against. Let's go back through. The premise of what ravi was saying a second ago. Because i wanna play with it. So you know ravi saying obviously if i were to run for congress in the southern part of manhattan. I would sound different than i would. If i were in iowa's fourth district..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

Celebrate Community Church

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church

"And keeping true sioux city. No kidding the tables in vegas favor. The vikings winning the super bowl before that bridge will ever be completed by the way. If you ever been omaha. Has anybody ever been down to omaha lately. Have you ever noticed that the same crew. That's been working cities working down there. I don't know how many times i go through there and it's like do they ever get anything done but there were two brothers. Don't want to miss this story. Living on joining farms when they fell into a conflict after forty years of working together as usual it began over small misunderstanding but it grew to a major difference and finally exploded into exchange of bitter words followed by silence. One morning there was a knock. Knock on the oldest brother's door. He opened to find a man with a carpenter's box. I'm looking for a few days of work. he said. Perhaps you have some jobs. I could do absolutely. He said. I have just the job for you. I want you to turn and look across that creek..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast

Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Press Rewind: A Prince Lyrics Podcast

"I wanted to call it on if i like it or not. It doesn't really matter but the line we don't have to make children to make love and we'd have to make love to have an orgasm. I can't here. We don't have to make children big love without thinking of roddick city. Ohio if we cannot make babies maybe we can make some time. So i kind of. It's a little bit like that like. Hey you know what we don't have to have sex to reproduce. We could just do it for fun. So let's let's do it. Don't worry about the repercussions of rearing. And then of course you to make love to have an orgasm is is kind of a lead in line to the lines later about him really wanting to perform oral sex on her and then so he's kind of thinking to himself or expressing here like i can please you. We don't even have to like have traditional penetrate a sacks we can we can have you can have an orgasm ran. we don't even have to have sex. That could produce a child like we. Don't we don't have to do that. I can make you feel good a lot of ways. Let me show you. And that's what he's trying to say here with the next few lines your body's what i'm all about another common prince trope is His desire to please his his lovers his girlfriends partners and really focusing and honing in on that and he does that very strongly indus and again. It's like it's all about you. And if i was on the receiving end of these lines. I'd like whoa. Whoa whoa whoa. Slow your roll buddy. This is this is a lot will get you excited. I wanna please me. I get that but Let me let me take in a few of these things. I and let me tell you how how i feel about it and makes me wonder. Is he withholding this until he gets the sort of relationship that he believes he wants. State now you know. maybe you know. I'm only going to do this if i get what i want from the relationship like you know. Yeah maybe if you do those things. Those other things will be more available to you. Yeah yeah it's really all about him wanting her to be comfortable right but he's not really giving her the time to become comfortable yes oh he wants to get really intimate with her like talks about it in pretty graphic detail later so yeah that that requires some comfort and he just wants to go from zero to ten in the at least in the section in within minutes or seconds not really spending the time to allow her to get on his level of comfort. Right he's there. He expects her to be there as well and and he's hoping that if he was if he was her girlfriend she would be already there. She would already be at ten with him kind of like. What i'm getting out of this in line listened for you. I would dance ballet very poetic and it's very interesting visual. Yeah well and i think guys sioux city novas She studied ballet when she was young. So this is a reference specifically to her about how that's something he knows. She has an interest in because again. It's all about her. Write these lines saw about her..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

Chats With Cats Podcast

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Chats With Cats Podcast

"In water sports at sixty one and swimming's any at twenty six. So you relatively safe swimming. You guys will be at a it's When you have baloney day get attacked a lot. They must be on that scale. And why because you watch all these documents about sharks attacking things on the top of the water seals maple down that leading up to sioux city on the bottom of the water picking up abalone. Sharks would be more often than not closer to the bottom talk. Now you'd think. Nah i don i. Now what do you mean. What do you mean other bottle ever. Sometimes my tonight but again. What would you accuse me of that. Let's let's look into great white shark behavior. I think they will be the everything actually. Do you know insane. Historian fourteen tagged a. I think was a bit just under three meter. Great white shark off the coast of w and the are watching it sir. Gps tracker and it was sitting about two hundred feet underwater cruising around all the sudden. The gps tracker went up to like. I think it almost doubled in temperature at the skoll. Temperature dropped like a columbia dam and had been eaten by something they still don't even know the giant squid or a big shock and then tag washed up months later. Joy squeezed aiding a three may degrade watch shock way watching movies again by have you have. You looked at hallway squeezed. You tell me when you've gone down on the ocean can you. Can you tell me what movie on what it was this to join squid aiding three medic wash shaq. Fbi was the story. Stay the hell out of the water for thanks..

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"sioux city" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

All the Kings Men | LA Kings

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"sioux city" Discussed on All the Kings Men | LA Kings

"Once in a while. And i think he did get more and more comfortable in the osha as the year went on But he's a guy where i just haven't haven't gotten really great. Read on just why he might be a first round. Pick to some teams. I'm not quite sure i see that. But the guy who. I think definitely should get drafted. And you know. Now that he's played more and more in the usa with more is on him. He's kind of getting the attention that he kind of should be getting. You go back. Two years. He was at shattuck. Saint mary's which was one of the premier prep schools in the nation. Forty six games the sixteen level fifty seven points with obviously the majority coming out and assist shattuck again at the u eighteen level a year ago. Seventeen games thirteen assists and then he goes to sioux city in twenty twenty one fifty games twenty six point so someone that s defense maybe not your premier. Top line offense advancement. It's someone who can still contribute the first thing that comes to mind. Mind at least someone. I could see comparison in maybe like marco scandala. Is that someone that you know. Maybe you see in terms of you know. Reminiscent play yeah. I think that's not the craziest thing i've ever heard. You know like scandal is a guy i know right Scandal was kinda bounced around a little bit again. Like i think he was a second round pick or something anyway. Yeah minnesota. yeah so you know. He's he's been. I could see that as well In that in that kind of a role for him. I think booms got the brain And the sort of just feel for playing defense in a in a relatively safe way with a bit of that you know that a bit of that aggression that that that you might wanna see once in a while out of your defensemen So i think that again similar to a lot of other guys. I think he's a nice little project to work with and mold and what you think you might be like. I think there's room for him to be more of a defensive leaning guy..

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Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

Cafe con Pam Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

Explorando el Instante con Camila Ibarra

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"sioux city" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Somebody somebody break you're looking Michelangelo. To say when you just may. I know you don't get to get but I still want that. You could use Father while I watch your father, you can use me. You bunch of sad. I know you don't. But I still want that. Pluto were 60. Seconds from your shot caller. Question of the day. Or if you're listening in space right now, it's 1.2 billion parsecs doing please. Do you know how many aliens just burst out laughing at that joke right now, Brooke, just slapping antennas? Yep. They do. Plan a slapper, huh? Is coming up on the 30th part. Say, Yeah, it's broken Jeffrey in the morning. And I'm sure a few of you seen this. But a meteorologist in Sioux City, Iowa, just made a TIC tac video that's going viral. Right now. It explains why you should never crack an icicle off the gutter of your house and eat.

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"sioux city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"sioux city" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Skier? I I'm not very good at it. I know that if I could do it more, I just haven't really done it. Ah, lot. My dad was really big into skiing. And I've I do like snowboarding to you, but I would just love to get out there and do it a little bit more. Am that way with Gulf. I'm not a skier. I've been snowboarding once in my life. I don't love cold. I don't love being and some. I know someone's going to say, Well, you know you wear the clothes and you're active in your body is warm. Yeah, that's fine. The more of us Ski Lodge kind of guy that a ski slope kind of guy. I'm or of the hot tub with a beer in my hand kind of guy. That's that's that's more. More my style these days, But I know when you are and wherever you go skiing There are often times icicles. And there are for whatever reason. Let me ask you this. I think you're too old for this as well. Kendall, are you on Tic Tac? No, I am. I am older, older person and I'm moving told for the Tic Tac. You are. You're like me. You're an elder millennial. We don't We don't do. Tic tac. We do Facebook. I do a lot of Twitter at Mike. Wicked. I do Instagram. Little Snapchat, but it's like with six people, and it's always either my wife rapping to tag team or it's bye babies, and that's it. That's all the snap chatting. I do. Um, but there is for whatever reason on Tic Tac The world's worst, but still most popular app these days or whatever, especially with the young people, but it's not all young people. There's a video circulating of people. Or at least one woman, and it's taken off, grabbing an icicle off the side of the house. And it's like seven or 10 inches longer, Whatever, and starts chomping on it. Does that sound like something you would ever want to? Do? You see an icicle, You know, it's cold. You know, it's frozen. It's been there. Maybe it's a foot long. Kendall. Would you ever grab it and start chewing on it? No, that does not sound very fun at all in my teeth would not like that. No, probably not. You're you're right about that. Well, I got this story from TMZ, and it's a video that's been circulating all over and the first thing you're gonna hear is a tic tac user. Chomping on unicycle, and then you're going to find out why this is a terrible idea. From Iowa meteorologist Katie Nicholl Ooh, who is um, a meteorologist at K M E. G. And Sioux City, Iowa, which is over by the Nebraska Iowa border of the West Side of Iowa. Ah, yeah, That's the second voice. I'm sure that is the first voice you're going to hear after someone nibbles. On an actual icicle..

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"sioux city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"sioux city" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Ahead of headlines, Traffic and weather together. Coming up at 5 40 audio of a controversial trump call with George Election officials has been released. We'll play a little bit of that for you coming up at 5 40. But this crack me up. Katie Nicholl Al is a meteorologist in Sioux City, Iowa. She's gone viral with the video that she posted explaining why icicles Filled with bird poop, she said. When icicles of form it's water that melts off your roof from runs down the side of your building. You know what else is on your roof? Bird poop and a lot of it. Not to say that you're gonna get sick from licking the bird poop on a unicycle. But is it really something you want to lick? Thank God, we don't gotta worry about icicles here in South Texas. There was some ice on my roof. But, yeah, Saturday morning, I got up to go get tacos. And I couldn't open my door. It was frozen. Show my trucks. I had to wait a couple minutes and then I couldn't get my windshield wipers work because they were frozen. So it took a while. I remember those days. Yeah, you bust out the CD or whatever credit card you confined to get the ice off over here. Here's the problem. Now, with all these streaming services. I don't carry CDs around the truck and insane here, and I didn't have my wallet with me. I just had some gash and yeah, so I had to wait a little bit, You know, let the heater do the work, All right, Charity. What else is going on all the Texas Longhorns at a busy weekend, not on Lee firing head coach Tom Herman. But they also announced his replacement. Just hours after parting ways with Tom Herman. The Texas Longhorns announced that Alabama.

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"sioux city" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

The Win-Win Effect

05:54 min | 2 years ago

"sioux city" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect

"Also saw that as she like. Yeah we gotta get him up outta here so at a eleven years old. My grandma makes the decision. The she wants to move me to sioux city iowa. My mom came along as well. Because i'm her only child but she wants to move me to city and so i moved there obviously huge coach or change for me. Go big cities. Oh gosh shock yeah i. I'm going from big cities chicago. To all of a sudden. A town of eighty thousand people. I got cornfields. The nazi almost nobody who looks like me. Like what the hell am. I supposed to do here. But if forced me the silver lining that got out of that was because i was moved at so young it really blessed me that i didn't have an ignorant mindset. So what do i mean by that. I didn't have that mindset. That maybe i would have when i was eighteen or nineteen the first time being exposed to a new environment that would have said just. Because you don't look like me doesn't mean you have to be against me and there's no way you can actually be with me right so i was like man. That was the worst time. Yes so i wanna building relationships from early on you know and and these all these things helped me to get to where i am today but anyway then i go to my second big storm. I'm fifteen years old. I'm in my sophomore year. High school I just find myself having a hard time breathing walking through the hallways in school now. I'm telling my buddies like yo. I can't really breathe in is probably because you have football early. We just started basketball. And you probably just outta shape. We're now conditioning. Right and so mike. Are you right when my mom is. I'm going home. I'm taking my mom's like yo what's up which you like. This is not like you. I don't know i'm just real tired. And she's like okay. Well if it persists like we go to you know the doctor so and mike okay well. It did persist over the next couple of days and keep in mind. I was never sick as a child. I make a joke now but it serious. I never had Chicken pox measles corona virus. I never had anything. Like i was good and then all of a sudden i find myself not being able to breathe and it comes out that i have a stage. Four lymphoma cancer so i was two weeks away from death. I wound up immediately having to get a port. Put in my chest connected to my jugular vein for the next two years. I experienced just about anything..

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Magic School Bus author Joanna Cole dies at 75

WBZ Midday News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Magic School Bus author Joanna Cole dies at 75

"Hit home for a lot of people who And maybe not kids now, But we're kids at one time, Possibly someone my age. Anyone who used to read the Magic School bus book's author Joanna Cole, has died at the age of 75. She had been battling lung disease passed away in her hometown of Sioux City, Iowa. Magic School bus books were first introduced in the 19 eighties. Eventually, it was launched into a cartoon television show sold Millions around the world. Netflix even Created a series based on the books as well. Joanna Cole, author of the Magic School Bus Books, Dead at the Age of 75. Your top

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Tyson Foods temporarily pauses operations at beef facility in Dakota City

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Tyson Foods temporarily pauses operations at beef facility in Dakota City

"Coronavirus cases have prompted another major meat plant plant to to shut shut down down in in foods foods has has suspended suspended operations operations at at its its huge huge be be processing processing plant plant a a Dakota Dakota city city Nebraska Nebraska after after a a surge surge of of coronavirus coronavirus cases cases in in the the area area the the plant plant is is the the largest employer for neighboring Sioux city Iowa Nebraska governor Pete rickets we are working with the food processors to be able to do more testing we are working to keep our meat processors open Tyson refuses to say how many workers at the B. flat have tested positive for coronavirus Jim chrysalis CBS news

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South Dakota auto races go forward without fans due to coronavirus

WBZ Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

South Dakota auto races go forward without fans due to coronavirus

"In South Dakota a change of pace for racing fan races with no spectators on the track at park Jefferson speedway Saturday night in north Sioux city it's one of two tracks holding races without spectators South Dakota has no stay at home order for the state but governor Christie known as recommended people avoid large gatherings I

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Disassociated: Christian Longo

True Crime Brewery

10:54 min | 3 years ago

Disassociated: Christian Longo

"Christian did Michael Longo was married at age nineteen and he was the father of three by the time he was twenty six originally from Michigan and raised as Jehovah's Witness nece Longo did not adapt well to his life as a husband and father his wife Mary Jane Stayed Home with their children while Longo was expected to provide for their family but he quickly turned to a life of crime after getting into trouble for check fraud. Longo took his family on the run in a stolen minivan Dan but after promising to turn over a new leaf he continued to steal and to scam for money the Longo family moved from Michigan to Ohio Ohio to Oregon then their four year old son Zachary and three year old daughter Sadie were found dead in the waters of lint slow the bodies of Mary Jane their infant daughter Madison were recovered. Just days later join us at the quiet end today for the story of a young family destroyed by the evil acts of compulsive liar and manipulator Christian Longo the lives of this young families started out with hopes and aspirations and but ended in tragedy and despair. The only one left to explain what happened was the one who could never be trusted or believed but we can debate causations nations and examined missed opportunities in our efforts to understand these murders of Mary. Jane Zachary Sadie and Madison Long Ago did an Oregon beer for this. I did one of the brewers you really liked. 'cause they make a bunch of wild sales this cascade escape. Bruin and we're going to have some cascade Blueberry Kale. I Spear Deep Reddish Purple Colour Pinkish head. Don't don't see too many for me pink heads now but I'm GonNa have to be honest here and say that I have had this fear and I did enjoy it. I know you have on telling our listeners okay and it's got a nice earthy blueberry aroma a tart. Lou Berry taste a little bit of that earthy funk in there and it's a dry beer with to settle tartness is spear cascade makes it a lot of Nice while Dale's the the problem is rather expensive. They Act Pricey but they're great. Wait for a special occasion for someone you love. That's why we got. It could be more special than have a beer with you. I can't think of anything more special than having. NBA With you here we are see right so we'll open his beers up who had on down to our friends. At the quiet sounds good all right. Follow me down to the quiet end will enjoy the spear and share it of course I we will. We'll share it with ourselves and we'll share with the rest of the folks down here. That's right so on Easter at our story today. I mean I'm going going to say it's a difficult one but there's also a lot to learn from it. It's kind of an amazing remarkable tale through some things to learn very tragic of course firsts so but I think to understand the lives of the family we might need to have some basic background to the beliefs and practices of Jehovah's Witnesses Yeah. I think that helps because that is a the disappointed story. It's a large part so Jehovah's Witnesses was founded in eighteen seventy nine by Pennsylvania businessman named Charles Russell Russell believed the second coming of Christ would occur in nineteen fourteen so Jehovah's Jehovah's Witnesses emphasize the coming into the world they reject blood transfusions because of the New Testament Command to abstain from blood and they don't vote they don't serve in the military they also don't celebrate any traditional Christian holidays and they don't celebrate birthdays. I remember before I started ready learning anything about Jehovah's way back in the beginning of my career. Hilo boy any office and I noticed from his chart that his birthday was the next day so I said to him happy birthday. He looked at me as mothers says we're Jehovah's Witnesses. We don't celebrate birthdays say you can't even say happy birthday. She was research pretty conservative witness. I guess she was very staunch. I don't know it's just hard for kids like that to not be able to celebrate what other kids are celebrating braiding and then they ran into some of those difficulties with interactions with other people and families. That weren't Jehovah's Witnesses. Oh absolutely I mean I think it's difficult perfect for the kids and it was definitely an influence on Christian longos childhood that followed him into adulthood or through so Christian Michael Longo born in nineteen seventy four in Iowa he was adopted as a child by Joseph Longo who married Chris's mother mother joy in the late Seventies. The biologic father divorced his wife Right. They didn't stay together so this year nineteen seventy four was an important one for for Jehovah's Witnesses because many of them expected Armageddon to happen in nineteen seventy five right so nineteen fourteen didn't happen obviously and and they came up with a reason for that not sure what the reason was then when the world didn't end in nineteen seventy five they also said well. We can't predict it exactly okay but the world is going to end so it's hard when you're calling for the end of the world and then that time passes you better come up with some reason right so I think it makes the people very skeptical and rightly so so in the nineteen seventy five terminus which is what some witnesses called the potential event was based on the analysis of Watch Tower Society Biblical experts who said that the year nineteen seventy five would mark the end of guides day of rest so they reason because God could be expected to go back to work once a day of rest was over what was going to happen to end the world could be expected to happen before the end of nineteen seventy five yes. It's a very complicated way that they were figuring that out which I don't think is that relevant to go into just as long as you know that I think you're on board with what would have been going on in the minds of people who were Jehovah's at this time to an extent so Chris was Joyce first trial and joy was a teenager. She was actually a teenage and h bride of an abusive husband according to joy when she was pregnant with her second child Chris's younger brother Justin. Her husband beat her in her abdomen with a chain gene trying to induce an abortion according to a psychologist Dr Steven share who would later evaluate Chris. The violence in his childhood destroyed enjoyed his sense of self worth this meant that after he became an adult Chris sought out the approval of other people in order to maintain his self esteem so Chris lied a and he stole in order to get approval yeah. It just seems like a simplistic explanation for how this guy acted behaved well. I certainly don't think that's the whole story but it's something can't be the whole story now of course not it's never one thing that affects the person or make someone who they are were. Berkshire fingered as well. I don't know if it was that simplistic but that was one of his things that he brought up so join divorced Chris's father when priests was just about four years old then she met Joe Longo in a store where she was working. Joe Was Athletic. He'd been a star wide receiver on the Morningside College football team in Sioux City until he was about ten years old. Chris's family was Roman Catholic in the nineteen eighties. Joe Longo became a district manager for a chain of retail detail stores and then he began to earn a good middle class salary. The family was financially comfortable and Chris got what he needed from his parents and seemed seem to be having a happy childhood at that point yet but then one day some Jehovah's Witnesses knocked on the rondos door joy let them in and she became quickly the interested in the faith so she began attending meetings and one when she went to the meeting she would take Chris in his younger brother along with her so so Chris and his brother became involved field service activity with joy by this I mean that they would spend hours going door to door to try to convert people into to Jehovah's witness religion now. I don't know how big of a thing that is now but it was certainly a big thing where and when I grew up we had Jehovah's Witnesses coming coming to our door at least a couple times a week where you're in a hot spot I we we had them at times but it it wasn't that frequent I did grow up in Michigan not that far actually from where the longos lived that might be it might have been hotspot yeah but you know it was funny is that when my older sister became a teenager she would purposely let the Jehovah's in and give them T- and talk to them just to irritate my mother because when they came by and it was my mother home she would have US hide and draw the curtains because she didn't want to have to talk to them so just kind of become a game when I come home homeschool. If these people were there my sister would be entertaining them until my mom came home from work and then after they finally went home because everyone was polite in front of them. My sister and my mother would have it out. Our would love to hear that discussion. It was kind of fun yeah so Chris it. His brother became involved in this activity and this meant that they would spend hours going door to door Christmas smart and really socially comfortable so it didn't take long before he was a speaker at the meetings and he began talking to people about his faith he really became something of a religious prodigy with his excellent public speaking ability and from the young age of eleven he'd be called up to do a Bible reading into explain Bible verses at their Kingdom Hall which is their Church Right now so Chris had definitely really the gift of Gab yes he could really charm people and convince people of almost anything you could and we'll we'll see as we talk later about uh-huh his crimes how facile he was with his language in how he could talk people out of things into thanks really quite remarkable. Yes yes yes for someone who really didn't even have a high school education right. He did have a gift so eventually stepfather. Joe Longo also joined the witnesses assists and as the Manga family became more involved with the witnesses. Christmas brother began to have very limited contact with children who were not witnesses so that's the problem. It can become very isolating ensure. Can

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Elizabeth Warren apologizes for ancestry controversy at Native American forum

CNN's The Daily DC

08:25 min | 3 years ago

Elizabeth Warren apologizes for ancestry controversy at Native American forum

"Thanks so much for listening today on the podcast elizabeth warren and her native american ancestry or lack thereof. You may recall that it is been almost a year sins. Elizabeth warren rolled out that slickly produced video where she announced d._n._a. Results hoping to put the whole issue that has dogged her political career since twenty twenty twelve when she ran for the united states senate about her claim to native american ancestry well. You may know by now the d._n._a. Hey tests. She did did anything but put to rest that issue. It's something that president trump has seized on as the the way he wants to frame elizabeth warren he uses a the ethnic slur pocahontas he calls her and he recently as recently as his rally in new hampshire last week once again but moaned the fact that he rolled out that nickname too early and that he he's gonna be able to use it again. If elizabeth warren rises the one as the nominee in the democratic party elizabeth warren who is so comfortable in her skin in like every other realm of the campaign in anything she's asked about talking about this. This is one area that has clearly been an area of discomfort for her. She has in the past apologized to cherokee nation when they put out. A statement in response wants to her d._n._a. Test and yet she's never been able to completely resolve the issue. It comes up some voters will bring it up some democrats who like elizabeth with warren but are worried that may impede her ability to win the election so today elizabeth warren was in sioux city iowa several other presidential contenders were there's well to appear before a native american group and take questions from native american leaders and warren clearly went in wanting to lean into policy as she does more often than not you know on friday she had rolled out a legislative plan and with deb holland one of the two first native american women to serve in congress and who is endorsed elizabeth warren and congresswoman holland was there at the event and sioux city eddie and elizabeth warren clearly wasn't going to wait to see if she got a question about her past with the native american issue. She dealt with it head on in her opening comments. I want you to hear elizabeth warren offer up yet another apology today on this issue and she just dealt with it straight right off the bat when she entered the theater and took the stage in sioux city. Here's elizabeth warren. I wanna i pay my respects of that's an extraordinary introduction and i feel so cared for by the women who walked me out. Thank you very much deb. Thank you for the generous introduction deb has been such a good partner and such a good friend and i stand here and i see so many people i've had a chance to work with on issues like preventing suicide and missing and murdered indigenous women and trying to get full funding for health care and for housing i see young leaders who come come and talk to me about the new businesses they're starting on tribal lands a graduates of our tribal colleges who have innovative ideas the tribal leaders who remind me every day how much are tribes serve their citizens and their neighbors. The message i hear from indian country is one of resilience and hope now before i going further in this. I want to say this like anyone. Who's being honest with themselves. I know that i have made mistakes. I am sorry for harm. I have caused i have listened and i have learned a lot and i am grateful for the many conversations that we've had together rather it is a great honor to be able to partner with indian country and that's what i've tried to do as a senator and that's what i promise i will do as president of the united states of america so once again elizabeth warren offering this time a broader autre apology about getting it wrong you know and owning up to that looking inwardly at herself and owning up to her mistakes on this and once again constantly trying to incorporate into her remarks today her desire to partner with the native american community on on the policies that she's proposed and on her campaign more broadly m._j. Lee our correspondent who covers elizabeth warren my colleague she also mentioned mentioned that elizabeth warren's campaign has just rebooted its website and the quote unquote fact squad section that looks to push back on do things the campaign things are untrue or not properly contextualized and articles about them and as m._j. Had reported what is gone from the fact squad section of the website now. Is that dna video that slickly produced video that they put out nearly a year ago is now gone from the elizabeth warren website. I lived there all along. Obviously you could still see it on youtube or elsewhere. I'm sure but now the only thing that's included in this family. Family section of the facts wad piece of the website is the boston globe article that exonerated her from after an exhaustive awesome investigation from any of her hirings or any job she had was not a result the evidence showed of her claim of native american ancestry so oh that's what the website now please but no video of the dna tests which clearly was botched. If she's still sort of apologizing for how she she handled it. The question is from here forward. If elizabeth warren is the nominee and if donald trump lives up to his promise that he's going to revive the ethnic slur nickname mande make this sort of how he frames elizabeth warren then. There's probably nothing she can do to put it fully abreast. She just needs to sort of mitigate it. As a negative negative today this was the most high profile moment of her presidential campaign thus far in terms of this issue sort of stepping into into a native american forum and dealing with it head on as how she chose to deal with it and she did not get questions on chelsea didn't meet with the press afterwards afterwards immediately so maybe she'll get more questions come from the press but in terms of the native american leadership on the stage this was not an issue that they they were pressing her on and again as you just heard it is one though that she didn't ignore and she probably wanted to avoid those headlines of worn ignores controversy so instead once again has a round of headlines about her offering up an apology about an issue that she no doubt wishes was put to rest and far behind her but i think we can safely say after it's been with her for the last seven years. If indeed elizabeth warren the nominee the idea that this issue is not going to to emerge in the election for her still have to grapple with. I think would be a little fantasy clearly. If she's the nominee she is still going to have to deal with it but she's laying in down a track record of what she can point to of her past apologies on this matter and her attempt to craft policy and partner with the native american american community <hes> she'll continue to point to those things while she no doubt still has to address the fundamental question of why she'd been claiming native american ancestry and and if she believes that there's more for her to offer in terms of apologies or recognition recognition or if she believes she said everything she needs to say on the matter but this was elizabeth warren dealing with one of her achilles heels today on the campaign trail that does it for this edition of the daily d._c. Thank you all so much for listening. Hope you'll tune in again right here tomorrow.

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