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"sioux city" Discussed on Celebrate Community Church
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"sioux city" Discussed on No Agenda
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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
"sioux city" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"On July nineteenth nineteen eighty nine flight two thirty two crash landed at Sioux city Iowa of the two hundred ninety six passengers on board a hundred and twelve died in the crash a hundred and eighty four survived Jerry Shamil whom I mentioned in today's message was one of the survivors and he tells the story of his experience in his book chosen to live thank you for speaking with me today Terry my pleasure Michael thanks for having me so Jerry after the crash you you write in your book that you continue your career in sports casting you went on a broadcast for the Denver Nuggets for eighteen seasons and with the Colorado Rockies for ten seasons what was something that you loved about broadcasting the energy and excitement the the emotion of being in a game for me it's just like a special in the NBA baseball is a little slower as we know but the NBA is an energetic enthusiastic physical type of game and there's a lot of energy in the building and I enjoyed that number one mmhm what enjoyed more I think was being the eyes of that list not then not being able to experience said energy and enthusiasm and all all the crowd and all that but I could be their eyes and I could portray that I could I could paint a picture for them so that was a great challenge for me enjoyed being in the environment but especially enjoyed describing that environment people couldn't see channeling that energy yeah exactly Nigeria I mentioned that I I'd seen you speak at a conference about five years ago and then I I've also looked through your book chosen to live in in that book you share that that after this plane crash a flight to thirty to you personally struggled with a feeling of uncertainty about the future and even a sense of life's meaninglessness but during that time you also shared that your wife spoke these words that that had such an impact on you she told you at one point I get my strength from god why do you think her words had such an impact on you that was the really the only thing that made any sense to me because I was grasping I was looking for something to hold onto something that come out of depression and all the stuff that was going throughout this crash and she said that something on the timing of it the words of her history her background our relationship that all came together at one point in that statement where I thought you know what I'm gonna sit up with in final listen to my wife after ten months of this plane crash when I was when I was definitely tuning her out before as I read your book you make it clear again and again as you said we don't have the answers you know that god's will is a mystery and so often beyond our understanding and it's it's not our place to explain why god permits tragedies in our lives for the same time you you make it clear that you believe that god has used this tragedy for good now I'm wondering is people now in this coronavirus time in the aftermath of it in this pandemic and they look for direction and they look for meaning in life what what would you want to say to them I think god has a message in this for everybody this message might be different for everybody else it might be he's trying to pull as close your son through this or he's trying to mend the relationship what he's trying to get a stock to take advantage of things in life or take them for granted I think there is a message for every single person to spend them the whole world has been affected by it is almost unprecedented there is something there that god is up to you I think it's different for each one of us I think it's our job as well to try to figure out what that is eventually we might not see it right away but eventually we hopefully we'll see something god has given to this year ever in the talk that night I heard you five years ago and maybe this is isn't an answer to why did I survive but at least to this larger question that all of us asking why am I here as I recall your clear answer was that just to serve the lord this is why I am here today to give my whole life in service to him yeah what new insights now it's been thirty plus years since this crash you've been serving the lord in that time what what have you learned in this long walk still that the lord has given you I think it comes down to this Michael it comes down to I'm here to give god glory number one in point people toward the sun back in discretion when it took me awhile to get here I look back at the crash and I see god sitting in the jury I finally got your attention it took like you said thirty years in a plane crash but it but I finally got your attention and now that I have it I want to tell you about my son and more importantly I want you to spend the rest of your life telling other people about my son I think that's why I survived that crash we can do this so I can I can talk with you and tell other people but it is summer well thank you for answering that call Jerry in a delight to talk to you you are stay safe there in Colorado and and god bless you all righty thank you very much enjoyed thanks family on all right take care taught by our lord and trusting in his promises we are bold to pre our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name thy Kingdom Come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil sign is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever receive the blessing of the lord the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you the lord look upon you with this favor give you amen this is been a presentation of Lutheran hour ministries traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. W. Cincinnati this is continuing coverage on news radio seven hundred WLW I'm John Gallagher you're not the first one weather forecast for mother's day clouds early then we'll see showers and storms later on if you could be strong to severe a high of sixty tonight showers will taper off the low drops down to thirty nine for Monday will see a decrease in clouds and a high of fifty three Tuesday partly sunny a little warmer a high of sixty ever Wednesday partly sunny with highs in the mid sixties that's the forecast from your severe weather station news radio seven hundred WLW six twenty four.
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
"sioux city" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Of our products available in grocery stores until we are able to re open our facilities that are currently closed yes certainly if anyone listening if you are a farmer if you're alive stark Fahnestock former if you are a farmer of other grown crops I'd love to hear the former angle if you have family members that are farmers if you're in the processing business I love to hear from anyone that could add to this conversation and educate the audience and bring your story to the table here love to hear from farmers eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine eight hundred eight zero one eighty nine ninety nine so Tyson employs about a hundred thousand workers and they closed their pork plants in Waterloo Iowa and Logansport Indiana I was last week so the workers could be tested for the corona virus the Waterloo Iowa closure that came after weeks of public pressure production at all already decreased because still many of the twenty eight hundred workers had been calling out sick and local health authorities they link the Tyson plant to one hundred eighty two confirmed cases nearly half the total for the entire county where that plant is located now some of the largest U. S. processing plants have been forced to shut down after thousands of employees across the country have tested positive pork processing the pig plants they've been hit especially hard three of the largest have gone offline indefinitely we have the Smithfield foods plant in Sioux city or yeah in the in the Sioux city in South Dakota and they had one of the biggest pockets of outbreak at that plant in the entire state of South Dakota so Smithfield we have JBS port processing there in Worthington Minnesota we just mentioned and talked about the Tyson plant in Waterloo Iowa and as I mentioned earlier when you add up just those three plans those three large production plants that makes up about fifteen percent of the total pork processing in this country the big number maybe that's why some people were stocking up on me and people were having trouble finding check and certain cuts for instance and do you think about Tyson's full page ad running in the New York Times The Washington Post the Arkansas paper I think that was a wise thing to do are they creating a false panic or they creating a panic should Tyson of Dunlap you know that's.
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
"sioux city" Discussed on KTRH
"Sixty two country singer Clint black is born in Long Branch New Jersey so that makes him fifty eight black is fifty eight and on this day in nineteen fifty nine a day after the plane crash that killed Buddy Holly Richie valance in the big bopper what did the promoter of the winter dance party tour do me without his stars did they stop and mourn for a moment no the tour continued in Sioux city Iowa with Fabian Frankie Avalon in Jimmy Clanton as the new headliners and guess who's saying Buddy Holly songs Waylon Jennings anywhere around on this day in nineteen seventy four John Lennon begins his lost weekend which would last eighteen months often joined by Harry Nilsson separating from Yoko he goes on an extended Bender this last weekend lasted longer that we should do that yeah I'm sure Amy enough the would love that I'm it's a big day in the very household I have an analysis on the air but I've so very big.
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
"sioux city" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You I am very much respect the call is join the conversation we talk about agree to disagree and north America's back porch and those of the themes of the program your take is always well this is for everyone and I really appreciate what you do thank you call six one seven two five four ten thirty good evening everybody we start another week here in the studios of WBZ Boston's newsradio my name is Dan ray this is the host of nights I thanks for tuning in thanks for joining us whenever you can during the week and also thanks for calling and we love to hear from you the number six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty we have a big week ahead Boston mayor Marty Walsh who join us on Wednesday night at eight o'clock but tonight we're going to hit a number of topics I'm going to start off with senator Elizabeth Warren apologizing in of all places sure city Iowa when I think of Sioux city I think of the old hill top restaurant in Saugus for for soon fifty one of the finest restaurants in Massachusetts history now unfortunately is gone the way of so many other great restaurants but remember one of the one of the rooms up there was Sioux city and you'd sit there and wait to get called in when they would say for for Sioux city you were happy campers but we're not talking hilltop tonight we're talking about Liz Warren trying to climb the mountain top trying to become the president of the United States so today in the Sioux city Iowa she issued yet again another apology for phoning I'm following up on her resume and her applications and claiming native American heritage now that gave her an advantage I suspected gave an advantage when she taught at the university of Texas law school when she taught at the university of Pennsylvania when she taught at Harvard Law School not people said well you know she was a good professor okay maybe she was never had classes so I don't know couldn't tell you all I do know is that she taught one class at Harvard may three hundred ninety five thousand dollars a year which isn't a bad deal I mean ready if you could get get away with that okay and she claimed to be native American about can a two thousand and twelve well when she was running for the US Senate for the first time there were no apologies for homeless with war no his benefactor she got a Duggar heels and when she was asked how did she know that she was native American one was at a Brookline restaurant to call for more Wall Street reforms when she was asked again are you part Indian yes.
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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"Of Sioux city for NPR news I'm Kitty practice in Sioux city Iowa heat wave that's got large parts of the country in its grip expected to intensify this weekend for cancer say scorching daytime temperatures combined with high humidity will make conditions feel like it's well over one hundred in many areas including Washington DC and New York a third of the US population under excessive heat warnings for the weekend NASA astronaut Christina cook on board the international space station on this the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo eleven moon landing legacy that the here as of that time put before us and the team work that they demonstrated and to be continuing that the reminder and inspiration that it affords us to bring our best every day and to know that those people that paved the way for us to be here today it means that we have to continue the tradition and hopefully continue the inspiration for the future with the floors that are out there as president pens to visit Kennedy Space Center today and deliver remarks on the Apollo program and NASA is next to move mentioned earlier this year U. ministration called on the space agency to once again so natural it's to the moon by twenty twenty four this is NPR this is W. NYC in New York I'm David first the mayor's son hit the stone for the first time since formally joining his father's presidential campaign W. when my sis Bridget Bergen reports Dante de Blasio delivered a short speech at the young Democrats of America convention in Indiana standing nearly as tall as his father Dante stoop down to speak into the podium Mike as a young black man he described growing up with optimism under president Obama and now feeling cynicism under president trump he cited his dad's record as an alternative paid sick leave fifteen dollar minimum wage and universal pre kindergarten the more dangerous he added his generation will prove that that formula can work for the nation Dante is a paid analyst for the diplomacy of campaign new Yorkers.
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"Conjunction with iowa public radio and new hampshire public radio governor steeple says one of the biggest adjustments to life as a presidential candidate is how many reporters are suddenly interested in watching eat montana isn't exactly filled with major media markets so he says he was a little surprised when he went to a brewery immediately after announcing his white house ron and there are eight cameras watching new drink that beer that's part of running for president in two thousand nineteen even for candidates like bullock who most voters haven't heard of and who are struggling to hit one percent and poles of a very crowded field when we sat down and sioux city iowa bullock gave his straightforward pitch it was on the belt for re election in two thousand sixteen donald trump took montana by twenty i one by four twenty five to thirty percent of my voters voted for donald trump and if we can't both bring out our base but also win back some of the places that we lost we're not gonna win this election bollock is in his second term as governor he thinks his background could appeal to voters who are looking for a candidate who can beat trump but bullock won't be on the debate stage because he didn't hit the polling or donor threshold set by the d._n._c. how much your word that'll hurt your campaign well i can only control the things that i can control and i got into this in some respects some people would say late even though we're still two hundred forty Days away from Amy voter actually exercise in his or her preference. I got into late because I had to get my legislature over the Montana legislature, only meets for ninety days every other year during this year session, Bullock lawmakers to reauthorize a Medicaid expansion, I passed in two thousand fifteen since Bullock, bakes appealing to Trump voters such a big part of his pitch. We asked him why he thought people went from voting for Barack Obama in two thousand twelve to supporting Trump in sixteen. He blamed economic instability, and the growing gap between the wealthy and everyone else wash seems either captured by inaction or big money. i think donald trump tapped into something where folks didn't think the economy and the political system was working for him now i don't think he's made a bit better for any of those individuals he says the policies he and so many other democrats are campaigning on would make things better expanding healthcare raising the minimum wage and bullocks case changing campaign finance laws bullock says the party needs to just do a better job of selling that message and doing so in the rural and republican leaning areas it neglected in two thousand sixteen fi look at the voters had voted for donald trump and voted for bullock they don't agree with me on every issue are every position but i think that fundamentally they believe that i'm gonna be fighting to try to make their lives better he won't be able to make that argument on the debate stage next week but bullock's campaign has announced it met the polling requirements to qualify for july's democratic debate scott detro- n._p._r. news sioux city iowa no matter who wins in twenty twenty staffing on administration is a big challenge it's been especially rocky for this white house yesterday patrick shanahan withdrew his president trump's nominee to be defense secretary after details emerged about violence in his family's passed last year white house staff secretary rob porter resigned over past allegations of domestic abuse ronnie jackson withdrew his nomination to be veterans affair secretary over allegations that he abused his power as white house doctor and there are others often these issues show up during the vetting process before the president makes the nomination david gergen joins us now to discuss why this white house seems to be having so much trouble with the process he has been an adviser to four presidents of both parties welcome back to the program thank you good to be here is this happening more often than in a typical administration far more often i'm not sure we fully understand why in this particular the latest case the president said he was not informed until twenty four hours before salmon pulled out that was hard to believe it's either that reflects gross incompetence on the part of his team and not telling you or he's lying about an or some combination thereof but we don't know the answer to that what we do know is there has been a pattern of withdrawals from nominations that were not fully vetted or some things popped up the last minute both the person that the president wanted to be army secretary in the person who wanted to be navy secretary were both knocked out by disclosures that had not come up in the early vetting so who's supposed to find the stuff out in the early vetting whose responsibility is it there are two institutions that are responsible primarily lead for nominees who require senate confirmation one first and foremost is the white house working in conjunction with internal revenue service working as well with the f._b._i. to do a thorough financial legal and personal conduct and that includes domestic violence kind of Search while that is underway and it can take a number of weeks. The Senate itself takes up a background check. And so it almost shocking that the senators are saying they didn't know every administration has some level of dysfunction, but in a White House that has running somewhat more smoothly than this one. How would this work when it's a well oiled machine or something close to it. I was involved in a similar case back in the Clinton presidency. When we were, examining someone for a high position, national security, and seemed like a very fine candidate. But then we can learn things about his past that were troubling red flags started to go up, and we went to the president's embassy prison that there's some real problems here. This is very problematic, and then I'm just disappeared. So the public didn't know about it at that point. The public didn't know does. No. And I don't think it's fair to the individual. His name was never put into play. I think you've privacy should be protected since he wasn't seeking a job. He didn't wasn't nominated. Here's the thing, and also mystifies because there's so much about this strange, you would think that the candidate himself knowing how the system works knowing that there's going to be deep scrutiny. You would think that the potential nominee would go to the chief of staff of the White House and say, we need to talk and volunteer. The information there can be no misunderstandings about along the way. instead of having a situation here where people just sat on the information clearly some people knew tickets step back for a moment this administration has more turnover than any in recent memory for reasons having nothing to do with vetting so given that people are coming and going at a remarkable pace regardless doesn't matter if this issue adds to the charm yes it does matter especially in national security because other nations they send their ambassadors washington they send people to understand and concide back in the home office about what's going on in the united states what are they going to do next can we rely upon for this or that and when you have basically a revolving door of people running things we've had forty four wasn't post count is now of major high level people who have left the administration i two years but it's particularly troublesome one is domestic position but when it's national security position and there were doors a revolving it really causes confusion and people in other embassies chancellors Around the world, they don't ever talk to. And that creates a lot of gaps in, and you can have real misunderstandings in the conduct of national security decision making David Gergen worked for four presidents of both parties. And he is now co director of Harvard's center for public leadership into CNN senior political analyst. Thank you for.
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"I wins will here today from the two people who may very well be facing each other in the general election. President Trump and former vice president, Joe Biden, both are vying for the hearts and minds voters in state that will be an important one in the twenty twenty race. Trump plans to visit an ethanol plant near council bluffs, and then speak to Republicans in Des Moines. NPR's, Scott detro-, says Biden who has favorable polling in Iowa up is scheduled to make three stops this weekend. The latest Iowa poll showed Biden ahead of the democratic pack by nearly ten points in the first state to hold a contest in next year's nominating process. It's the latest poll show Biden with a commanding lead, even if he campaigns much less than other candidates. In fact, the day after the poll by missed state party event where nineteen other presidential hopefuls spoke? It was the second weekend in a row that Biden skipped a major candidate gathering, Scott NPR. Our news, Sioux City Iowa conferences underway that could yield significant measures for how the Roman Catholic church, protect children from pedophile priests and punishes offenders, Catholic bishops have convened, a national meeting in Baltimore, the agenda includes proposals to increase accountability for bishops and how they respond to reports of sexual abuse. The conference will also consider the creation of an independent body to review allegations. Many diocese are now under state investigations, since the Pennsylvania grand jury report in August reveal hundreds of cases of alleged abuse three priests West Virginia accuse of an Ebling sexual misconduct and financial mismanagement reportedly are no longer running the wheeling, Charleston. Diocese, the Washington Post reports details of a confidential report in which archbishop. William Lori found the accusations to be credible leading to Bishop. Michael brands fields, ouster brands field denies wrongdoing. The State Department confirms the US. Residents been released from a running custody NPR's Michelle Kellerman reports Washington's hoping that, if the Iranians were willing to free, the detainee, they may also be willing to release American citizens who are being held prisoner. The State Department is commending the Lebanese government for pressing the Iranian regime to release, these are Sokha. He had been in Iran's notorious avian prison for almost four years. And the US says Lebanon persistent advocacy was critical for his return, soccer is eleven businessmen, and permanent US resident who had been invited to Iran by the government. And then jailed the Trump administration has been calling on Iran to release several detained Americans and is raising hopes that Tzakas released could be a positive sign Michelle Kellerman, NPR news, the State Department US stocks trading slightly lower. The Dow Jones industrial average is down thirteen points. He's off two points, the NASDAQ is fallen twelve this is NPR news from. K Q, d news, I'm Brian watt. Republicans Democrats and immigrant advocates are criticizing the recently unveiled state budget deal. That would extend medical coverage to undocumented young adults, but for different reasons cake, UD's, Peter Jon Shuler, explains the deal to provide coverage up to age twenty five would cost about seventy four million dollars in the new budget year, top Republican on the state Senate health panel Senator Jeff stone says that money could go to better use. I think the first priority of the taxpayers should be taken care of the taxpayers are legally here, but Anthony Wright with health access. California says it's a relatively small investment that will have a big impact immigrants are important part of our economy. They're important part of society should be fully included in our health system as well. Immigrant advocates expressed disappointment that the deal is not include coverage for undocumented seniors on Peter Jon Shuler, cake news. Oakland is not yet through with NBA championship basketball. All the Golden State Warriors one in Toronto last night to bring the finals back to the town for one last game. Katherine Huber of Hayward. Join thousands last night at oracle arena to watch on big screens night, that people are hating saying, we might go home, and we're not this not our last night. Royal, let me that would be Thursday, ready. What some booty Kevin Durant who had just returned from a calf injury injured his achilles in the game. But Huber remains hopeful ain't over.
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"Than seven. Your close. I mean on Netflix. You can watch Black Panther. I've seen a billion times that before you're old. On Amazon prime you could watch death spa. Have you rather fold my phone? Thank you have. You heard anything about death spot. No idea was moved from one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it was about murderous exercise equipment, you could find that. And Amazon prime are. Speaking of streaming Hulu, you're gonna love this because you are a Hulu subscriber. Get ready Andrew. Because there are set to start showing you advertisements every time. You hit the pause button. See I don't mind that if it brings price down. This is not good. Oh, well, you know, what if we're going to go the Mavs, then, you know, we ought not to charge them so much for subscription. Now. I pay for the no ads feature. I pay the whatever seventeen dollars a month. Does that mean that I'll still get ads Ford logos while I hit pause? I think so. Yeah, that's not really bother me. I'm pausing. I'm not watching it. Anyway. The lower the price the subscription, so cute really are Mark in Sioux City, Iowa. Hi there Mark. Hi, kim. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. I have a question about security for my phone. Okay. Recently went out to to a pizza place for dinner, right? And we used a credit card. And. Got an Email. About ten minutes after we got home about well, how did you like your meal from the restaurant from the restaurant problem was never gave him the Email address? And it wasn't even my Email. But it was associated with a person's credit card who you it was very Email address. Okay. All right. Okay. Okay. Now that person did have their phone with them. But they never took it out and used it while they were there. So my question is what do I do about security for my phone, or is it my phone? Maybe it's through the credit card company. I don't know. It's probably through stripe. That's what I would guess about stripe. No. I don't. Okay, stripe is a credit card processing company that is used by a lot of smaller restaurants and smaller establishments, which I shouldn't even say smaller anymore because we've recently switched some of our shop from using vantage to using stripe because it offers more features that we were looking for as far as compatibility with other databases and things like that. But with stripe is a credit card processor if you ever use that credit card. And if it was ever used say on a website. Where she gave her Email address. Then all this data is being accumulated and mind. So that the next time that that credit card is used is going to say, oh, no, that's Mary. Let's send her in an Email. We'll see if she liked the pizza. Oh, really? Okay. So so it's not necessarily the restaurant. The restaurant maybe signing up for additional services through stripe. Okay. Asking for automatic Email, and maybe even like thirty days from now, she may get an Email from the restaurant saying, hey, we haven't seen you in thirty days. Here's five dollars off a pepperoni pizza. Because so what's because what's happening? Mark is that because of data, and of course, you know, Facebook and Google Amazon everybody's doing data mining right? Yeah. Is it marketing becomes more of a personalized and individualized situation than just this mass thing where you know, somebody used to walk around the neighborhood and leave a coupon for the local pizza place on the front door. Right. So I would working do she could sign onto her stripe account. She probably has not even know it. Meaning that she may have to reset the password signing using her Email address, and then she can ask to opt out of third party offers in retailers offers. It was probably an automatic opt in right. And so now, there's no automatic opt out with many of these companies is that you have to actually go to their site. You may have to sign in. You may have to look at their terms and conditions in to figure out how you can opt out. It may be as easy as she just gives them. Her Email address had stripe dot com. I'm guessing it stripe because I've seen this happen myself to me is that you go someplace and you're like, hey, I was actually at a farmers market. And I use my credit card, and then a couple of days later, I got an Email from the guy who was selling me bananas and cantaloupes, and I'm like how the heck did that happen? And I traced it back to strife, and I bet that's where it is too. So. Hamburgers stripe dot com. Look at ways to opt out it's probably going to be somewhere in their terms and conditions and Mark thank you so much for your call today. Oh, I think about how comfortable your seats are when you lay down to go to.
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"To science writing Sioux City. Hi, how are you? Hi there. Hi, how are you fine? Go ahead. I was wondering if it isn't the word constant that might be the issue here. Throughout the entire universe. And maybe the university's expanding at different rates in different places. Right. That that's a great question. We actually had used the same tools to determine if the universe is expanding at the same rate in different directions. And in fact, that has been confirmed to very high precision. But you're also right that constant is kind of a funny misnomer anyway because it is a number that will change as the universe ages. It's just we think constant at any one point in time. But the same in all direct could could the dark energy that is pushing the universe further apart. Could that have something to do, you know, we don't know anything about it with the number being wrong? Yeah. That is in fact, the one of the possibilities. You know, we take a very I would say vanilla guess at what the nature of dark energy is. And we've tried to measure that and you know, it roughly looks like that vanilla guests, but you know, that could be part of the story of what's going. On is that we have kind of a turbocharged dark energy that makes the university. Celebrate and expand even faster today. I'm going gonna bring another one of our favorite topics into this. And this is like a black holes and gravity waves. He's there ally. Go measuring it could be the referee of these two other measurements. Yes. Absolutely. I think that's the that's going to be the exciting thing over the next five years. So your listeners know that LEGO which is the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory detected gravity waves from the merging of black holes in the past few years, but in August of twenty seventeen it had another event that it observed that was actually very interesting which was the merger of two neutron stars. And so these two neutron stars when emerged they generated gravitational waves, but they also generated a burst of electromagnetic radiation, and in order to calculate the Hubble, constant you need to things that you need the distance to some astrophysical objects, and you also need to measure its recession velocity. So the gravitational wave signature from the neutron star merger. Give the LEGO team away to tell the distance to this merger event and electromagnetic radiation, which was captured by other. Telescopes gave them Redshift information, which then allowed them to figure out how fast this is receding from us. Putting those two together they came up with the Hubble constant value of seventy which sits bang in the middle of the plank and the data from Adams group except that the Airbus because there's just one event, and they just don't have enough. Data to have good statistical significance the bars are so big that they can accommodate both plank and the result from Adams group. So what's exciting is that, you know, this just this week LEGO announced that they have upgraded that instrument and a restarted observations, and they're going to I think in about a year's time close it down and upgrade again. So over the next five years they're hoping to absorb about fifty such neutron star mergers, and that will give them enough data to pin down this number two within two percent. And it will be really exciting to see which way they move whether they move towards plan. Or whether they move towards the data from Adams group every interesting I have a tweet from Sarah. Who asks a question that's been asked of every bite every the last hundred years, I want to repeat it if the universe is everywhere. You know, what I'm gonna say. How is it? Expanding is it becoming more infinite, Adam. Oh, I was hoping you were gonna ask a Neil. This question. I was going to punt it. Yeah. Yeah. What we really mean when we say the universe is expanding. We mean locally around us. And as far as we could tell everywhere else that whenever two things are separated like galaxies that separation grows we can't really verify what happens much further than we could see there's a limit. We can only see as far as the age of the universe times the speed of light. But we believe that the universe continues to expand. And so of its infinite it's infinite and getting bigger, you know, as as my father used to like to say what's bigger than 0 well 0, plus one I'm I replayed and this is science Friday from WNYC studios. Now, you're getting into Allah finale, one Kanter all those sorts of things. We have a lot of calls her interested in in whenever we talk about the universe of people want to talk about the universe and has expansion. I'm and that that tweet reminded me of a letter I so many years ago that was sent Einstein himself about what happens if you poke your thumb through the. Finite universe. Where does it go that sort of stuff has been around all the time? You already. Here's another tweet. Let's go to the phones. Go to the to four I walk up to science Friday. Charleston. Hi, charles. Go ahead. Yes. Thank you. I would like to know if this E M B boundary is expanding. Or is it too far to tell if it's expanding the cosmic background radiation. It's leftover from the big bang. Right. Well, the cosmic microwave background radiation is actually a tiny slice in time. It's a snapshot of the universe at a certain moment. The moment when the universe went from being a fog where light couldn't really propagate very far until it suddenly became thin enough diluted enough by the expansion of space that it suddenly gets out. And so it's not really expanding. But it is getting more distant from us in time as time goes on. But because we can always look back to it. And it's an all directions. It's always available to us. We can always see. Well, let me just wrap up because we're running out of time. Is it possible that we need new physics here? Could there be particles unknown particles unpredicted particle? Yes, yes. I would say, you know, on on our menu of possibilities. Our new particles like what we would call a sterile neutrino exotic dark energy dark matter that inter. Iraq or decays another episode of dark energy, all kinds of interesting possibilities. And that's why we're so excited about this this discrepancy. But do you have the tools to discover those new particles? I think so I mean new tools are coming online. The various predictions of what would happen if you had exotic particles make specific predictions of you know, what other signatures, you should see. So hi, this is just the way science works is, you know, you might get your first clue when your first clue leads to a hypothesis, and that hypothesis recommends another experiment, and so we may be going through a generation of that. Then let me see if I can get a quick caller in from Johnny in beacon, New York. I John welcome. Hi, thanks. How's it going guys? So great discussion. My question was. These potential differences in measurements. From these two groups based off of we always assume that the initial big bang causing ever expanding universe as a constant in one direction. What if the universe hit appoint were, then it works you retract and almost come back to let's say that initial point. Gravitational pull is there any evidence why that is not possible. And I think we always just assume that it was I got about thirty seconds for an answer. I could jump in here on this one. You know, we don't really get a good glimpse of the universe between the time shortly after the big bang to oh, the last seven or eight billion years, and so there's kind of a dark ages in there, if the if the universe took a break, you know, it took a snooze during that, you know, we wouldn't know, and that really could also mess up these calculations of course, we would look for. What is the exotic new physics at explains why that would happen? But you know, just generic has a statement. We don't think the the universe. Took took a break. Thank you. Madam Reese twenty eleven Nobel laureate in physics talking with us also an airline anther Swamy a science journalist author based in the bay area working the science scientific American every once in a while. Well, we're gonna take a break when we come back. We're going to talk about the flu did you? Void flu this season. We're going to talk about blue near you. It's was our citizen science project that Joel helped to create to give real time updates and how the virus spread. Season. We have the results there in a bell ringing. But we'll be back after this break. Stay with us. This is science Friday from WNYC studios. Science Friday is supported by progressive insurance, offering its homequote explorer designed to provide information about available home insurance options in one place. More information at progressive dot com..
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"You're close. I mean on Netflix. You can watch Black Panther is. I've seen a billion times that before you're old. On Amazon prime. You could watch death spa old have you fold my phone? Thank you have. You heard anything about death spot. No idea was moving from one thousand nine hundred eighty eight and it was about murderous exercise equipment, you could find that. Amazon prime all speaking of streaming Hulu, you're gonna love this because you are a Hulu subscriber. Get ready Andrew because there are set to start showing you advertisements every time. You hit the pause button. See I don't mind that it brings my price down. Oh, well, you know, what if we're going to show the Mavs, then, you know, we ought not to charge them so much for subscription. Now. I pay for the no ads feature. I pay the whatever seventeen dollars a month. Does that mean that I'll still get ads Ford logos while I hit pause? I think so. Yeah, that's not really gonna bother me. I'm pausing. I'm not watching it. Anyway. The lower the price the subscription. You're so cute. Really are Mark in Sioux City Iowa. Hi there Mark. Hi, kim. Thank you for taking my call. You bet. I have a question about security for my phone. Okay. Recently went out to to a pizza place for dinner, right? And we used a credit card. And. Got an Email. About ten minutes after we got home about well, how did you like your meal from the restaurant? Although from the restaurant problem was we never gave them the Email address. And it wasn't even my Email. But it was associated with the person's credit card who you it was their Email address. Okay. All right. Okay. Okay. Now that person did have their phone with them. But they never took it out and used it while they were there. So my question is what do I do about security for my phone, or is it my phone? Maybe it's through the credit card company. I don't know it's probably through stripe. That's what I would guess about stripe. No, I don't. Okay. Stripe is a credit card processing company that is used by a lot of smaller restaurants and smaller establishments, which I shouldn't even say smaller anymore because we've recently switched some of our shop from using van to using stripe. Because it offers more features that that we were looking for as far as compatibility with other databases and things like that. But with stripe is a credit card processor if you ever use that credit card. And if it was ever used say on a website. Where she gave her Email address. Then all this data is being accumulated and mind. So that the next time that that credit card is used is going to say, oh, that's Mary. Let's send her in an Email to see if she liked the pizza. Oh, really? Okay. So so it's not necessarily the restaurant. The restaurant maybe signing up for additional services through stripe. Okay. Asking for that automatic Email, and maybe even like thirty days from now, she may get an Email from the restaurant saying, hey, we haven't seen you in thirty days. Here's five dollars off a pepperoni pizza. Because so what's because what's happening? Mark is that because of data, and of course, you know, Facebook and Google Amazon everybody's doing data mining right? Yeah. Is it marketing becomes more of a personalized and individualized situation than just this mass thing where you know, somebody used to walk around the neighborhood and leave a coupon for the local pizza place on the front door. Right. So I would what can you do? She could sign onto her stripe account. She probably has a stripe against you may not even know it. Meaning that she may have to reset the password signing using her Email address, and then she can ask to opt out of third party offers in retailers offers. It was probably an automatic opt in right. And so now, there's no automatic opt out with many of these companies is that you have to actually go to their site. You may have to sign in. You may have to look at their terms and conditions to figure out how you can opt out. It may be as easy as she just gives them. Her Email address had stripe dot com. I'm guessing it's stripe because I've seen this happen myself to me is that you go someplace and you're like, hey, I was actually at a farmers market. And I use my credit card, and then a couple of days later, I got an Email from the guy who was selling me bananas and cantaloupes, and I'm like how the heck did that happen? And I traced it back to strife, and I bet that's where it is too. So. Hamburglar, stripe dot com. Look at ways to opt out it's probably going to be somewhere in their terms and conditions and Mark thank you so much for your call today. The only thing about how comfortable your sheets are when you lay down to go to bed at night. But at bollandbranch, you're covered is all they think about in fact, all their products are designed with you in mind from their signature soft sheets to their cosies rose to their plush towels..
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"It's going to be terrible spring force. And I'm not just saying my county everybody north of me to Sioux City and everybody downriver from me. It's going to hurt every damn one of us. A lot of the infrastructure. Here was just rebuilt after the two thousand eleven flood. Major floods seem to becoming faster and harder. In crisies blames. The army corps of engineers, Fritz focus on wildlife habitat. And I really don't care about a couple of birds, and a fish I care about people, but the courses flood control. Is a top priority is just that. In this case. There wasn't much. You could do Colonel John Hudson runs. The army corps of engineers Omaha district and says most of last week's Daleus from the historic bomb. Cyclone? Storm gushed into the Missouri. River below the cores main flood control reservoirs through a blown out, Dan and rivers. The core. Can't regulate nearly all of the streams and tributaries were near at or exceeded their record flows as for that Levy in Hamburg. Hudson says the hastily built extension just didn't meet engineering standards, and the government doesn't want shoddy levees giving people a false sense of security. You can't have a week Levy that people are going to rely on earn -ticipant will work that's fundamentally flawed the second catastrophic flood this decade has some wondering if the whole concept of building towns power plants, airports railroads and major highways in a giant flood plain isn't fundamentally flawed that can hamburger Terry. Moore says everyone here understands that for better or worse. The community. Relies on the work of the army corps of engineers. Are they at fault? I don't know. But somebody's gotta fix the problem either that or none of these towns are gonna be here anymore because every major flood on the Missouri. River brings a fresh reckoning for the struggling communities that line it from NPR news..
"sioux city" Discussed on Car Talk
"Hello, you're on car talk. City. I lost weight. We knew where Sioux City was is sitting. We know name three other city in Iowa, cedar. Rapids aim Sam with third one. The threat was Iowa City. All that's right them want them want. That's fine. Yeah. Excellent. That's it, isn't it. That's right. We're just separated by cornfield. Okay. So how come you have nothing better to do than call us? I don't know things. A little quiet have at least. What do you wanna talk about? I have I have to going. Yeah. Love this. Dinner. Yeah. We've figuring either one of these dinners guy confide confided. All right. If you win. Okay. She went oh, go ahead. You win. What's the question? Number run belong. I was on airplane from Minneapolis, Minnesota to Newark, New Jersey on December eleventh, and I was flying in first class, and I could have sworn that one of you guys were sitting behind me because these two guys are sitting behind and for the whole team two and a half hours. All we talked about Ricard's, and they hadn't accent just like yours, and I was like I really wanted to turn around and say you guys on Kat. But I couldn't we what you said first class. Yeah. No right away. We're low class. They they wouldn't be on. I actually on the flight, but we were down with the bag. You lost that? There goes that dinner. Let's see if you can break, even then that's one is a friend of mine, and I like a month later, we went to Minneapolis. We drove my Honda of Honda Civic, and we drove from C city Iowa of to Minneapolis Minnesota. Days. It's supposed to take five hours. But I made it in for good. Okay. Broke. Nothing. Brooke? I have a great car. We get up there. And just as we're in the outside of the town as the city we throw up with gas, and my friend takes over driving. Okay. So we get to our destination, and he gets out of the car sets the door lock the door, and he leaves the lights on and the fuzz BUSTER plugged in. And it's sub zero weather five. Okay. So we go into the store and we sat for about an hour. We come out and it's click. Click. Click. Click kidding, okay? It's just dad, and so he gets irritated because he wanted to take his car, which is a Lincoln towncar. Banner eight of his. Okay, god. And I said, and I said any car that had its lights on affirmative breast or plugged in, you know, etc. Etc. And left on you know, in sub zero weather. It would die. I don't care. What car you had?.
"sioux city" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Calling her why they're totally oblivious. So if some leftist Harvard, professor comes out one one thousand twenty four native American pages lab, it up dangerous believe it. They just swallow it. They just digest it. And it's true. Even though one look at Elizabeth washy may look like a lot of things, but she doesn't look like an Indian. Trump's out there calling her Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas finally forces her to go take a DNA test. And then she reports the results of the DNA test that everybody's laughing at her about it and making fun of her about it. Donald Trump totally forced to rush. She thinks that she's ten times smarter than Donald Trump, and he has just made her naked fool of herself. To the point now that she's had to admit it. She's in Sioux City, Iowa SU is an Indian name, by the way. Sioux City, Iowa campaign event FOCA said this about her decision to release the results of DNA test. I am not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe or tribal citizenship is very different from ancestry tribes and only tribes determined tribal citizenship. And I respect that difference. My decision wise. I'm just gonna put it all out there. Took a while. But just put it all out here all of my hiring.
"sioux city" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"He keeps calling her why they're totally oblivious. So if some leftist Harvard, professor comes out one one thousand twenty four native American they just laugh it up dangerous believe it. They just swallow it. They just digest it. And it's true. Even though one look at Elizabeth washy may look like a lot of things, but she doesn't look like an Indian. Trump's out there calling her Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas finally forces her to go take a DNA test. And then she reports the result of the DNA test, and everybody's laughing at her about it and making fun of about it. Donald Trump totally forced to rush. She thinks that she's ten times smarter than Donald Trump, and he has just made her make a fool of herself. To the point now that she's had to admit it. She's in Sioux City, Iowa SU is an Indian name, by the way. Sioux City, Iowa campaign event Fokker hot us said this about her decision to release the results of her DNA test. I am not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tried very tribal citizenship is very different fron, ancestry, tribes and only tries determined tribal citizenship. And I respect that difference. My decision wise. I'm just gonna put it all out there took a while. But just put it all out here all of my hiring records, including a DNA tests. It's out there online. It doesn't matter. What didn't even I'm not a person of color? Wait a minute. You just you're try to portray yourself as a person of color at Harvard and as a minority for benefits. Donald Trump has forced her even after the DNA test. The start explaining a difference between tribal citizenship and tribal ancestry and the crowd in Sioux City is.
"sioux city" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Calling her Pocock? That's why they're totally oblivious. So if some leftist Harvard, professor comes out one one thousand twenty four native American pages lab, it up dangerous believe it. They just swallow it. They just digest it. And it's true. Even though one look at Elizabeth washy may look like a lot of things, but she doesn't look like an Indian. Trump's out there calling her Pocahontas Pocahontas Pocahontas finally forces her to go take a DNA test. And then she reports the results of the DNA tested. Everybody's laughing at her about it and making fun of her about it. Donald Trump totally forced to rush. She thinks that she's ten times smarter than Donald Trump, and he has just made her naked fool of herself. To the point now that she's had to admit it. She's in Sioux City, Iowa SU is an Indian name, by the way. Sioux City, Iowa campaign event FOCA hot us said this about her decision to release the results of her DNA test. I am not a person of color. I am not a citizen of a tribe tribal citizenship is very different from ancestry theives and only tribes determined tribal citizenship. And I respect that difference. My decision wise. I'm just gonna put it all out there. Took a while. But just put it all out here all of my hiring records, including a DNA tests. It's out there. It's online. It doesn't matter. What anybody I'm not a person of color. Wait a minute. You just you're trying to portray yourself as a person of color at Harvard and as a minority for benefits. Donald Trump has forced her even after the DNA test to start explaining a difference between tribal citizenship and tribal ancestry and the crowd in Sioux City is.
Orlando, WDBO and Golan Heights discussed on Orlando's Morning News
"Following breaking news says the Israeli military shoots down a Syrian fighter, jet that was said to have infiltrated. Its airspace over the occupied Golan Heights it was said within two kilometers inside Israel airspace before being shot down. By patriot missiles Sioux City of. Orlando decides that they want to welcome illegal immigrants into the community as the city commission votes unanimously to prohibit city. Employees specifically police from questioning anybody's immigration status search, is underway right now for a man who wrote a vulgar message on, a bedroom window of teenage girl in Sanford detective set up cameras caught a really good picture of this. Guy he will be recognized if you can see this picture you'll see it right now. In the news ninety six point five WDBO. App thanks for listening to Orlando's morning news with Joe Kelly on news ninety six point five WDBO's for continuing team. Coverage of today's top stories be backyard lunch for..