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Fresh update on "south dakota" discussed on Balance of Power

Balance of Power

00:32 sec | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south dakota" discussed on Balance of Power

"Coming up on balance of power we talk about the legacy of senator Bob Dole with his old friend former South Dakota senator former Senate majority leader Tom daschle First though we wanted to get an update on the markets We do that Doug Chris Hey Joe before we get to today's price section of this hot headline from the Bloomberg terminal the U.S. has announced diplomatic a boycott of the winter Olympic Games in Beijing and senator Mitt Romney the Republican from Utah was on Twitter saying the administration is right to refuse diplomatic presence at the Olympics America he said will not turn to blind eye to China's prosecution and genocide Terms of the equity market right now we're seeing a little bit of a recovery in stocks after last week's volatility some today were saying this is a case of dip buying Well maybe it's not and more a.

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Fresh update on "south dakota" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:48 min | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "south dakota" discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I bet you would. I hope you can make it. Make it with a dial tone because I'm not, I'm done here. But thank you. And the wack O meter is back. One 806 5 5 Mike. Here is Joe and Battle Creek, Michigan. Hey Joe, how are you? Very good. Good. Every Saturday policeman in Michigan, I'm surprised this place could even stay open. I understand laws might be different, but in California, they still have to have a state license to run a clean restaurant. They have to pass fire inspections. If it's a trendy restaurant, chances are they have a liquor license to buy or sell alcohol in Michigan. You as part of your state license, you agree to onsite inspections by the police anytime they wish. Failure to cooperate with the police in an inspection such as telling them to get out of the building would result in a second liquor violation. One is failing to allow an inspection, two would be failing to cooperate with police. Usually that results in a 30 day shutdown of your liquor license. I wonder Joe what the owners of the restaurant would do if some of the waiters your waitresses felt uncomfortable around black people. What if they didn't? What if they were made to feel uncomfortable? It's not guns, but substitute black people for guns. I wonder if they what's that? I'm surprised the officers didn't do it. San Francisco is a heavily minority police department. One of those three must be of some protected class. That's a good question. I appreciate it very much. I mean, it's just lunacy. It's sheer idiocy to see this kind of stuff happen. It's virtue signaling at its absolute most pathetic. We don't agree with guns here. So we're inviting people. I mean, so we literally kicked the officers out, but they could come back as long as they didn't have their guns with them. You ask a police officer what that looks like. When you're on your shift and you have a dinner break, most restaurants would appreciate a couple of armed officers in there having a meal because you know what that does? That makes the restaurant safer. But not to the lunacy of San Francisco. By the way, back to the goofy guy from South Dakota. Hey, it's their restaurant. If it's black people in there, nope, you're not allowed to eat there. Uncomfortable. If a black person makes a waitress uncomfortable or Hispanic person makes a waiter uncomfortable, maybe an Asian. Unreal. Thank you for supporting our prison fellowship ministry. Put a little good in the world right now. I ask you to please contribute to our prison fellowship campaign because we keep sending Christmas gifts to these children of prisoners in America $25 will send not only a Christmas gift but a message from their parent, you're already almost at halfway there, and we had a huge goal of 7800 beautiful children. I'll bet you will surpass the goal. Just take a moment, do a little God's work, a little bit of God's will in the world..

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Search warrants unsealed in probe of billionaire Sanford

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 weeks ago

Search warrants unsealed in probe of billionaire Sanford

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting search warrants are unsealed in a probe of south Dakota's wealthiest resident search warrants unsealed Wednesday show authorities in South Dakota probed an email account belonging to billionaire banker turned philanthropist T. Denny Sanford for possible possession of child **** there were also warrants for Stanford's cellular and internet service providers the investigation into Sanford was reported last year by ProPublica and the Sioux falls Argus leader after both news outlets went to court the state Supreme Court ruled last month to unseal the warrants and corresponding lists of what investigators found the eighty five year old Sanford south Dakota's richest man has not been charged with a crime he made his fortune as founder of first premier bank in South Dakota known for issuing high interest credit cards to those with poor credit hi Mike Rossio

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More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 3 weeks ago

More turn to abortion pills by mail, with legality uncertain

"Earlier this year the blighted ministration lifted an FDA ban against allowing the mail delivery of abortion pills because of the pandemic but some states are considering laws to make that illegal a ban on the delivery of abortion pills takes effect next month in Texas south Dakota's governor bandit by executive order and a handful of other states are working on legislation for women seeking to end a pregnancy it is confusing says Utah OBGYN doctor me ship had gas a patchwork of laws that are criminalizing women are pregnant people speaking to self manage their own portion she says it's safe and women don't necessarily need to see a doctor to use an abortion pill comparing it to a miscarriage that occurs at home the group Susan B. Anthony list once a doctor involved policy director Susan Swayze lie down a model bill would look like it would require an in person exam roughly forty percent of the abortions in the U. S. are done through medication hi Jackie Quinn

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66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

66 million-year-old triceratops skeleton, world's biggest, goes for $7.7M

"The biggest Triceratops skeleton in the wild nine is big John has been sold for seven point seven million dollars to a private collector in Paris the enormous skeleton estimated to be over sixty six million years old was found in twenty fourteen in South Dakota big John names off to the owner of the land where it was found is certified by the Guinness world records as the largest documented skeleton of a Triceratops at twenty three feet long the seven point seven million dollar price tag was a record for Europe although it was bought by U. S. buyer who wished to remain anonymous last year a Tyrannosaurus rex skeleton reached almost thirty two million dollars in an auction in New York becoming the most expensive console at the sold I'm

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Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:10 min | 2 months ago

Southwest Airlines Plays the Blame Game for Flight Cancellations

"This weekend. Southwest airlines has experienced unprecedented disruptions delays and cancellations twenty eight percent of all southwest airlines. Flights on sunday were canceled. An eleven percent delayed so southwest airlines comes out and they blame the weather. They blame air traffic. Control play tape in a statement. Southwest blamed air traffic control issues and bad weather in florida from friday. But the faa said. It's traffic control issues. Were long resolved southwest then released another statement saying after cutting back flights during the pandemic recovering during operational challenges is more difficult and prolonged so they immediately blame air traffic control and weather issues now. Interestingly if you look at the weather map from this last weekend i never knew. Southwest airlines had such incredible frequency of flights through central north and south dakota. They must have had an entire fleet of aarp. It is the cleanest weather map i've ever seen. So southwest airlines had twenty eight percent of all flights canceled american airlines two percent to

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"south dakota" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

05:18 min | 2 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Skimm This

"Remember this oh the startup. Sound of windows ninety eight. well now. it's time to start getting used to this. Microsoft just unveiled windows eleven the latest version of its pc operating system along with an update to microsoft office. It wasn't flashy like an iphone launch. But it was a big move in the war for your attention at work. A war you and your mind are a part of even if you didn't realize it. Microsoft used to be the only superpower around but over the years. The battle lines changed. Our lives have changed it. A couple of ways one browsers now home base right not the desktop and number two. If you can't share it does it even exists. That's alexandra samuel. She's a frequent contributor to the wall street journal and the author of remote tank how to thrive at work wherever you are see recently asked people in her network where they started first drafts of new documents a decade ago. She thinks the answer would have been microsoft word. But now google docs. The number of people who are using g mail as the keys to their life is super tough to beat there so many people who are used to doing so much in google even when there otherwise living within the microsoft ecosystem that the experience of collaboration in word and excel is gonna have to be so much more robust than the experience of using google. That it's going to make people change a very ingrained habit. And that's a tall order. Samuel says another shift in work culture. Microsoft is responding to is messaging slack. Had the early lead there but with one hundred and thirty billion dollars of cash in the bank microsoft can surely figure something out right. Let's fire up windows. Eleven and the new microsoft office to see how they did aside from that new jingle gentle or color palette and more rounded edges. Samuel says the biggest thing microsoft's done is put microsoft teams collaboration tools front and center pretty much everywhere. So get ready to start. Receiving teams message alerts bright from your desktop or invitations to join a coal to review document from within that document. That may sound like no big deal. But samuel says for microsoft. It's like finding the final piece of a puzzle because what do remote workers need on a daily basis. We need email. We need real time group messaging. We need video meetings and calls weenie document. Collaboration and scratchy. Clemson and office is the platform that offers all of those in a really viable way. Otherwise you're piecing together. She mail google docs slack and zoom or google meet. But there's no google equivalent of slack really so this is the only one stop shop. Our brains hurt hearing all of those names so maybe having one works off wear company to rule them all make sense but if you're also anxious imagining teams alerts tracking you down everywhere. Samuel says companies like microsoft. No it's bad for business when everyone associates their brand with mind-numbing alerts. That's one reason microsoft and google. Let you schedule when emails. Or san regardless of when they're written or why slack has an option for users to set hours to mute notifications though there is a limit to what software companies can do on your behalf. We all miss our colleagues. We all miss collaboration. And also were all being driven completely. Bananas by the nonstop interruptions of video calls email and so on and so we are essentially asking for tools that keep us constantly connected while also preserving our clarity and peace of mind. That contradiction can't be resolved by software so as new work software from microsoft and others makes it even easier to receive notifications twenty four seven. It's more important than ever to talk to your manager or your team about how to navigate that after all what good is microsoft's do not disturb feature if your boss will judge you for using it. What those features can't do is make sure you have an organizational culture in which we value focus. We value respect for downtime. We have to recognize that our brains are wired to hit the bar like a little rat to get the email pellet over and over and as often as you hit the bar the more you reinforce that wiring in your brain and the more compulsive you're going to be about checking email checking teams and at the end of the day. There's no software that can save us. We have to take some control over our own wiring and make really conscious decisions about how to use the technology and then lean on the features.

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"south dakota" Discussed on Skimm This

Skimm This

02:18 min | 2 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Skimm This

"The welcome to skim this. Who's excited for some good medical news. We'll skim a major development in the fight against malaria. Then we'll explain. What went down with a facebook whistle blower this week. A federal judge blocking texas's abortion ban and why wealthy people around the world are stashing. Their money in south dakota later tech companies are in a war for your attention at work and microsoft came to flex with notifications. After that. you're scared to be. The person brings the league down. We'll talk to a former national women's soccer league player about allegations of abuse and misconduct by coaches. And we'll wrap things up with a look at the tv show. Everyone's talking about squids sweb gain weight gain and what that says about us. We're here to make you smarter and the news less overwhelming. I'm alex car. Let's skim this all right. Let's get to some headlines from the week's news and give you some context on why they matter i up. We've got a medical headline. That shocker isn't about cove nineteen. The dream of a malaria vaccine has been a long held but unattainable dream today the arty s malaria vaccine more than thirty years in the making changes. The court of public held history. Here's the context. Malaria is one of the world's oldest diseases and kills over four hundred thousand people each year ninety five percent of whom are in africa but in a historic move this week. The world health organization backed the world's first malaria vaccine for children house. Experts are calling this. Move a game changer. Since kids under five are the most vulnerable to malaria and in two thousand nineteen made up more than two thirds of malaria doubts worldwide. Other experts are raising flags over the vaccine's efficacy rate which is way lower than the efficacy of other vaccines for polio. And measles and doctors are still recommending. People use other malaria protections like medications and bednets treated with insecticide. Still despite some unknowns about this new vaccine were down to celebrate a scientific breakthrough that could be a really.

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"south dakota" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast

Rusted Culture Podcast

06:22 min | 2 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Rusted Culture Podcast

"All the same steps as other pre blah blah blah. Okay so some interesting stuff in which he said there. She said that she's making a claim that the way that the licensing is structured right down for real estate appraisers is structured to keep people in who are currently employed in the field right of appraising real estate and to deny other people the opportunity to get into it so that's a very broad claim to make so it would be interesting to see why she's making that claim and then the other thing is she said she has tried for years to fix it. What have you done governor noam to try to fix it. That is the key. Now look at this on twitter one of the users. And i'm not saying that. This is a credible person or not. But he says he read in the la times at ap's records request was denied. What are they hiding. Christie and then another user says that there are no records and that's what she's hiding. If she was working on it there would be memo's records of meetings. Emails written changes to the rules and regulations. There are none of that. Just saying i mean that's something that's easy to prove. I mean you either did these things. There's emails written changes to the rules and regulations. Or there's not and it's awful interesting that the associated press made a request for records to try to find that out and they were denied so that just seems a little little bit slim shady. So if that's not enough folks. The attorney general is also looking into the governor using the state's newly purchased twenty fifteen king air three fifty for non-state related travel. And here's what that looks like. A king air three fifty mighty nice plane and it's a lot nicer than some of the other midwestern states fly around in what their governors us in in august of twenty twenty one this year. According to the south dakota argus leader the newspaper there the state closed on this twenty. Fifteen beechcraft king. Air three fifty. They used a five million dollar appropriation authorized by legislators last winter at the request of governor wim to update the states airplane fleet noam argued that the state's flooded fleet needed an upgrade. And maybe it did because they say the old plane which was one thousand nine hundred eight king air two hundred it had ashtrays. Oh god forbid it had ashtrays right. Oh that's data. that's a little too retro. isn't it. it had a leaky coffee dispenser. Darn it and it had overhead panels that discharged facemasks if you pushed on them too hard and you know like i said this new plan. That king three fifty. Even though it's a twenty fifteen this will be one of the most spacious and luxurious in comparison to what other midwestern states are flying in. And the thing about it is here folks. So what did she do so she just got this new plane. She suggests that we've got this old plane. It's got ashtrays. For god's sakes. I mean what plane has ash trees anymore. So she gets us new planes she gets it through the legislature they say. Yep okay maybe you got it. And then what does she do here. So what they're taking issue with is that she just evidently when all over the place in it. This article from the a. P. says that the south dakota ag passes plane inquiry to accountability. Board the south dakota attorney general says a request from state lawmaker to investigate christie. No empty use of the state. Airplanes should be handled by a board. That's responsible for reviewing allegations of misconduct from state officials. So what they're doing is they're looking into whether noam had violated south dakota law by flying on the state plane to events hosted by political organizations. We're getting down to some finer details here. According to this article flu state planes in to twenty nineteen events hosted by political organizations like the national rifle association turning point usa and the republican jewish coalition and noam actually had defended her travel of those events as part of her role as an embassador for the state of course right but keep in mind that she's got loftier goals than governor of south dakota even though she wants to be ambassador for the state and she said she's always used the plane according to state law of voter past state law spearheaded by a legislator in two thousand six before he was just was a legislator stipulates that state-owned aircraft can be only used for state business. So she's got some drama here. She's kicked up some dust and a lot of different ways. And you know. Got that attorney general. Who's republican but ran over the guy with the flashlight on this. I mean man. This is a mess. I'll tell you what For a little midwestern state they got a lot of stuff going on but the real reality of the situation the payment to the that oversaw the licensing for the real estate. Appraisers office you know that forty year employees that two hundred thousand dollar payment and and that was done after. She was pressured to retire. Looks a little suspect here folks so i think the the main thing here is that governors are under a lot of scrutiny. You just can't do what you want when it comes to different things. You can't pressure employees. you just can't fly the plane where you wanna go. It's not being picky. It's just being correct about what it takes to be a governor so folks we're going to watch this and see word ends up and thanks for tuning in and folks if you'd like the content. Please click the subscribe button. It helps out a lot. It actually promotes the video throughout youtube in a wider array of venues. 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State Attorney Generals Need to Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | 2 months ago

State Attorney Generals Need to Stand Up Against Vaccine Mandates

"The republican attorney general's would have united together not just wrote letters but if they would have said that if any vaccine mandate that would be instituted in their state would be met with investigations of whether or not waivers are being granted. So here's really what should have happened. You take a state rather red-state state. Let's just take south dakota because we talk about them a lot or how 'bout wyoming nebraska north dakota the attorney general should of told the population file as many religious exemptions of your employers as possible and if they are denied immediately appeal then to the north dakota attorney general's office and that employer could be investigated for violating religious privacy and medical privacy laws these employers would back down and they would grant all the religious liberty exemptions if they would have had the fear of the attorney general coming after them then they would have just backed off now many of the just dealt with this. We just got an email from somebody freedom. Charlie kirk dot com. This is charlie. I find failed religious exemption. I was then intimidated with five men that then have a woman employee literally five men in a room and ask her. Do you take advil. What kind of shampoo us in. What other medicine do you take. Incredible violation of medical privacy of five men asking a young woman. What her medication schedule is. Now could you imagine if five men were doing that. Say do you take birth control. What's your sexual history. I mean the the left would lose their mind but no it comes to a vaccine. All the five men in a room asked very intimate questions and i gave her some advice because they were trying to say what kind of shampoo us. What kind of do use advil or not because those could be against your religious beliefs. They're the ones who determine anyone's religious beliefs that they very well might violated state and federal statute of discriminating based on religion for not granting a religious exemption. And that's where the state attorney general's really need to start to step

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How Joe Biden Is 'Flushing out the Pheasants' in the U.S. Military

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:46 min | 2 months ago

How Joe Biden Is 'Flushing out the Pheasants' in the U.S. Military

"A pheasant. Hunter not a professional pheasant hunter. But i do enjoy pheasant hunting. I was actually pheasant hunting in south dakota last week. My goodness just feels a lot longer than that. And when i was in south dakota pheasant. Hunting and anyone who pheasant hunts knows this. There's a strategy called flushing where us dogs. I grew up with a german short haired pointer and you would send the dogs out in the fields and they'll work the fields they'll find the pheasant and they will provoke the pheasant to then leave the field fly in the air and then bang. You have a chance to shoot. The pheasant flushing out requires not just the identification but the provoking of the pheasant out of the field and up into the air. Now for those of you that know that shot pheasants you then call hens and roosters there some farms where if it flies at dies but hopefully you're not shooting hands and if it's a rooster hopefully you will shoot. Pheasant actually tastes pretty good in a soup but the strategy of flushing. Is this idea that you need to not just find the pheasant. You need to provoke it. Identify it spotted and then bang. You could take it out this very same strategy of flushing out. The pheasants is happening. Metaphorically of course in how joe biden is handling the federal vaccine mandate in the military. Joe biden wants to have people that are conservative. Strong willed independent thinkers identify and get flushed out of the military as if we were shooting pheasants in the field in central south or north dakota to be able to take them out

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South Dakota Governor Orders Restrictions on Abortion Meds

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

South Dakota Governor Orders Restrictions on Abortion Meds

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting south Dakota's governor orders restrictions on abortion medications South Dakota governor Christie Noam issued an executive order Tuesday restricting access to abortion medication norms order directs the state department of health to create rules for abortion inducing drugs to only be prescribed or dispensed by a state licensed physician after an in person examination builds order was a preemptive move anticipating the U. S. food and drug administration will allow abortion medications to be dispensed through the mail or virtual pharmacies later this year according to the South Dakota department of health about thirty nine percent of abortions in the state last year were done through medication hi Mike Rossi up

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Mike and Caller Elizabeth Discuss Vaccine Freedom

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Mike and Caller Elizabeth Discuss Vaccine Freedom

"Hey elizabeth. Welcome here in the relieffactor dot com studios are you. Hey mike i am fabulous. I am seven. I n seventy five. I am extremely healthy. I take lots of preventive supplements. D three k. two-person and zinc. I know too much. Medically i have a medical background. I have a sister who's a holistic nurse. I know a lot about the jab and the consequences. I am willing. And i'm actually looking at moving to south dakota because they have less restrictions less masks less jab is better i wanna live my life as an independent freedom loving god loving human being. I don't want someone telling me. I have to take a jab and yes. I'm willing to not go places where they demand that. I have a wonderful friend who ran for congress. She won the primary. She's drinking the kool aid. I'm willing not to be with them. We'll let me ask you quit but let me ask you something. They'll let let's let's be. Let's get real and i love you. You sound like my kind of person. And i respect your look at way you wanna live and you sound by the way like you're thirty nine years old. You are a spry. Wonderful vibrant seventy five year old woman. And you're my kind of person. So so let's let's get real with each other for just just a minute. Do you think me getting the vaccine. Means that i drank the kool aid. No i believe. I believe that you have a choice. I want to have a choice. I i i have friends who have gotten it. Most of my friends who have gotten it have kids who are doctors and you know they believe it. You know what who knows who knows who knows. I really don't know. And you know that as a seventy five year old woman there is a chance that because you are literally in the definition of vulnerable category. There is a chance you could get covert and get terribly sick and

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Mike and Caller Elizabeth Discuss Vaccine Freedom

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:13 min | 3 months ago

Mike and Caller Elizabeth Discuss Vaccine Freedom

"Hey elizabeth. Welcome here in the relieffactor dot com studios are you. Hey mike i am fabulous. I am seven. I n seventy five. I am extremely healthy. I take lots of preventive supplements. D three k. two-person and zinc. I know too much. Medically i have a medical background. I have a sister who's a holistic nurse. I know a lot about the jab and the consequences. I am willing. And i'm actually looking at moving to south dakota because they have less restrictions less masks less jab is better i wanna live my life as an independent freedom loving god loving human being. I don't want someone telling me. I have to take a jab and yes. I'm willing to not go places where they demand that. I have a wonderful friend who ran for congress. She won the primary. She's drinking the kool aid. I'm willing not to be with them. We'll let me ask you quit but let me ask you something. They'll let let's let's be. Let's get real and i love you. You sound like my kind of person. And i respect your look at way you wanna live and you sound by the way like you're thirty nine years old. You are a spry. Wonderful vibrant seventy five year old woman. And you're my kind of person. So so let's let's get real with each other for just just a minute. Do you think me getting the vaccine. Means that i drank the kool aid. No i believe. I believe that you have a choice. I want to have a choice. I i i have friends who have gotten it. Most of my friends who have gotten it have kids who are doctors and you know they believe it. You know what who knows who knows who knows. I really don't know. And you know that as a seventy five year old woman there is a chance that because you are literally in the definition of vulnerable category. There is a chance you could get covert and get terribly sick and

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Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:20 sec | 3 months ago

Who Will Buy "Big John," the Biggest Triceratops Ever Found?

"Sized sale auctioneers in France are getting ready to sell the skeleton of the world's biggest triceratops. Known as Big John. Just the skull is more than eight FT. Long and six FT. Wide, Big John was dug up in South Dakota in 2014. Now someone will dig deep to be his new owner. Bidding is expected to reach more than $1.5 million. Right now. On Wall Street, the

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The Latest: Chevron to require vaccination for some workers

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: Chevron to require vaccination for some workers

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an energy giant will require corona virus vaccinations for some workers chevron corporation will require some of its work force to be vaccinated against covert nineteen Wall Street journal reports chevron will require workers traveling internationally living abroad or working on U. S. flagged ships to be vaccinated now that the FDA has given full approval to the Fizer vaccine **** health which operates hospitals in southwestern Missouri says it will require employees to get vaccinated but in South Dakota Republicans in the house what governor Christie no home to call a special session to pass a ban on employers requiring coal good nineteen vaccinations in Mississippi state health officials say they've received an influx of calls about people trying to treat cold with nineteen by ingesting an anti parasite medicine purchased at livestock stores hi Mike Rossio

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Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuits Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to Go Forward

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:17 min | 4 months ago

Judge Allows Defamation Lawsuits Against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to Go Forward

"Sweet oh that was the rendition of god. Bless america that greeted conference goers at the cyber symposium that has been underway all week in south dakota hosted by the ceo of a pillow company. Whose name mike lindell. Mr lindahl has been in the news this week. You might have seen because a very conservative. Trump appointed judge in washington. Dc just allowed a massive multibillion dollar lawsuit to go forward against him and rudy giuliani and trump. Lawyer sydney powell. That lawsuit was filed by dominion voting systems. The voting machine company that has been vilified by former president trump and his supporters. With all sorts of wild conspiracies about how that company is somehow to blame for the conspiracy that led trump to appeared. Lose the election when secretly he won dominions massive lawsuit against giuliani and powell and mister lindell for promoting those claims. This week that was allowed to go forward in federal court That's why his name has been in the news this week. But mr limbaugh has been in the news a lot since the election is. He has spent every waking hour Promoting these trump related conspiracies about the election.

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Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Is the Busiest in Years

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 4 months ago

Official: Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Is the Busiest in Years

"Law enforcement officials in South Dakota say the first few days of this year's Sturgis motorcycle rally have been among the busiest they've seen some seven hundred thousand people are expected to attend the ten day event Sturgis skip the formal rally last year because of the corona virus pandemic but thousands of bikers flock to the city anyway leading to hundreds of covert nineteen infections Erin Harper says he was there last year to get sick at all he says well he plans to get backs needed he hasn't yet and isn't worried one of those things that if you want to do it that should be your choice to come out have a good time and if not then that's your choice as well but the government's top infectious disease expert says he is concerned Sturgis could produce another search of cases this year Dr Anthony Fauci tells NBC's meet the press he understands people want the freedom to do as they please but that comes at time when you're dealing with the public health crisis that could involve you your family and everyone else that's something super scenes that means to do exactly what you want to do I'm Ben Thomas

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Sturgis Bike Rally Revs Back Bigger, Despite Virus Variant

The Motorman

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Sturgis Bike Rally Revs Back Bigger, Despite Virus Variant

"Rally underway in South Dakota. That 10 Day event expected to bring in about 700,000 bikers and fans. That's got local health officials concerned about the delta variant of the coronavirus, though most rally goers like Rick Clark, who came in from Minnesota disturb GIs for the event, says he's unvaccinated man has no plans of changing that anytime soon. I don't care what the news media they came up with a cure with Cohen with supposedly six months Couldn't they haven't came up with here for cancer. The summer Olympic

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Thousands of Bikers Attend Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Despite COVID-19 Surge

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Thousands of Bikers Attend Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Despite COVID-19 Surge

"In Tokyo. A different kinds of sports is underway in Sturgis, South Dakota, where thousands of bikers are attending the annual motorcycle rally amid a massive surge in Covid 19 cases. CBS is Mullah Linke is there. If you're a biker, you cannot make it down here to Sturgis. In your lifetime. You have missed out where they say there's two kinds of bikers. They're the ones that already here and the ones that are on their way. That's it. This is the Mecca Man. Mecca or not. The 2021 Sturgis 10 Day Bike Rally got underway yesterday. Ceremoniously. No mask mandates no proof of

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Motorcyclists Gather for Sturgis Rally as Delta Variant Cases Surge

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Motorcyclists Gather for Sturgis Rally as Delta Variant Cases Surge

"And then there's this weekend's big event in south dakota the popular sturgis rally. That's a motorcycle. Rally in sturgis out dakota. It's expected to draw close to one million motorcyclists health experts worry. The event could make the current delta outbreak even more severe especially once those at the rally had back to their home states.

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Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

02:02 min | 4 months ago

Sturgis Motorcycle Rally Sparks Fears of Super Spreader Event

"Now for the second time this week, the US reaching 100,000 new cases of Covid 19 in a single day even as cases soar, massive events are taking place around the country. In Sturgis, South Dakota, 700,000 people are expected for the annual motorcycle rally, leading to fears of a super spreader event. This as hospitalizations grew from 12,000 month ago. More than 61,000. Now. Florida setting a new pandemic record high pediatric admissions are climbing one of those hospitalized 17 year old David Espino. High school football player now battling Covid and pneumonia for the last 10 days. I'm pretty scary. Actually, you can get to anyone they get you if you're 10, If you get you if you're 60, it doesn't matter in Mississippi, where the state health officer says Delta is sweeping over them like a tsunami. Hospital workers feeling overworked Once again, it is almost impossible to put into words, the frustration that they feel in many places. It's not a lack of beds, but a lack of stuff that's stretching hospitals thin. Like at Willis Knighton Medical Center in Louisiana. We don't feel like we have a time to devote to the patients that we need. It's just it's Sorry. I'm getting emotional. Just talking about it in Houston Harris Health System in Crisis mode. This 11 month old patient sick with Covid forced to be airlifted to another hospital because none of the pediatric hospitals in town had room the level of sick visits that we've seen this summer. June, July. And now August. I've never seen in 20 years of practice here in Houston, this as officials hint There could be major developments on booster shots, a source telling ABC News. The FDA is expected to reveal their plan for immuno compromised Americans by early September. We are now working on that, and we'll make that be implemented. As quickly as possible, According to an HHS document obtained by ABC News. Multiple states are now asking for federal assistance. They're asking FEMA for help with

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Big Crowds (MM #3789)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Big Crowds (MM #3789)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation. I've never been a fan of big crowds and what I mean, big, I mean, hundreds of thousands of people the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally the annual rally up in Sturgis. South Dakota is about ready to begin and they're expecting seven hundred thousand people. During normal years when we're not dealing with covid-19 Delta variant, I wouldn't want to be around seven thousand. People know I've done the Indy five hundred upwards of over a hundred thousand people. I've done concerts where there have been seventy-five eighty ninety thousand people. I've been in the midst of all these crowds and back. When I worked in radio, I had to be. And so, on my concert up in the music business, I've had to do that too, but I never wanted to be around that many people and what doesn't make sense to me again, with a CO visit around or not is why people want to subject themselves to that many other people. Now, I realize at a big sporting event, a big concert, you got all the action and now that the Delta variant is here. I'm even more terrified of big crowds. I realize we've all got choices to make, but big crowds, I didn't like him before, and I sure don't like them now dead.

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"south dakota" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

Kickass Boomers

04:37 min | 5 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Kickass Boomers

"And then your father comes in and says it wasn't an accident here to take us away. Oh goodness so. Here's the seventeen year old and you know at seventeen your entire world revolves around you. Yeah yeah going to rip her out of her life and plonker down where helen south dakota i tell that story. Wow this girl. It's thirty pounds girl in sixty pounds of selfish. Look at an. I rip her life away from her and then i put her in an entirely different environment and i watched her soften the night and i watch her mouth Overtime dad adjust. That didn't always daughter. Always let his life take care of things you know. The the first time they would flow shopping together with an experience for him. You've never got back right. And she didn't know her father she was just some guy that went to work all the time and brought home money now. They had no relationship so here they are the only two left in the family of four and they and their plunked down sixteen hundred miles from where they started that to start a new life new identities and the only good news. Is that in new jersey. It's to be seventeen to drive in south dakota to be fifteen. It was the only plus she added. Thank goodness there was a plus. That's that was my most recent. I wrote that through the pandemic. Because i wanted something. Happy yeah wrapping. That doesn't sound happy. It look. I am a sucker for happy endings. I love happy endings. I watch hallmark movies. I'm a sucker for happy endings. Not right happy ending. Even the frank stand by our story. I could write that dude natural inclusion and his life and that story. But i didn't i made it a happy ending. I love happy endings. I love escape books. You pick up a book. You glad you grab a cup of tea or your favorite adult beverage curl up in your favorite spot on the corner the.

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"south dakota" Discussed on Shock Wave News

Shock Wave News

04:03 min | 10 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Shock Wave News

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"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"His appeal would have been denied. We dismissed his case after he killed himself. Yeah who gives a shit. He's not guilty tough shit he. Did you know yeah ridiculous. Well that is terrible. Terrible story of roberts leeway anderson. now he's got three names to when their killers leave anderson. You know john wilkes booth yep harvey oswald. That's it and this man good story though. I mean sad story but a good one. I've never had me either. No definitely some terrible things you know in danger. James will launch you. Go ahead and tell the folks at home. They can find us and more importantly if they're very interested in hearing ad free early access episodes or they do that all right. My friend will. Of course we are on the social media platform facebook instagram and twitter of course under state of fear podcast and we also heavy on paid. If you'd like the extra content the behind the scenes buffoonery and other things because trust me. There's plenty of that ad. Free episodes Special episodes that were record. Things like that Arrest up episodes yet. What's your special content now available to the standard listener. We have three levels one five and ten bucks. It's as heck go check it out. Go check it out. If you don't like it but yet ten bucks hell. I if you do the five dollar one you still get access to early episodes in africa. Besides if you don't like it just lost five bucks. That's less than a mcdonalds meal that's it absolutely and Believe that's about. It meant another fun time. I mean fun is in its learning. I love to learn actress now. The great story man. good job and yemen. So let's go ahead and get back in jalopy and hit onto the next day. Shall we hit it. Bros get any get on down the road. You take care everybody. You know. Have a nice evening. See all later.

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"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

07:58 min | 11 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"To a police lab analyzed and we're founded the dna structure of the blood did not match that of anderson or his family and was believed to have been pipers blood. They also found semen stains on the jeans. But they were not able to genetically match them to anderson because they have such a limited specimen test clinton is that you bumped church during the search. Investigators also discovered a handcuff keys at his home. However anderson constantly denied that they owned a pair handcuffs after questioning anderson was free to leave. The police had little doubt the he was involved in piper's kidnapping they just needed more proof to make their case yet blood. It wasn't his Hair on thing thirty s yeah. You need more proof Yeah i can't wait to see what else they have to find before they figure out that this is the killer think. Unfortunately it's one of those situations where nobody no crime. Unfortunately oh hell did which i hate a. Yeah i mean it's it's a lot of evidence it could very well. I mean maybe if it was just in the truck that's one thing but come on guys. It was on a damned adviser. He created specifically to tie something up. And it wasn't a damn cow. Just be out there getting freaky. We don't know yeah. He's not taking to the swinger club. That's for sure on the same day of andersen's interview shayna advance were called into the police station to view a six picture photographic lineup. One of the pictures was an outdated driver's license photo of anderson with long hair and a mustache. Classy shayna events were unable to identify the man that had come to their house because they were using an out dated picture. Good job approximately two days later. Shane vance whereas to return to the police station to use more photos. Once again anderson picture was included in the photographic lineup. This time they had a more current photo picking him a shorter hair and clean shaven in almost immediately. Vance picked out the picture of anderson as the man who had come to the house on july. Twenty six ma'am yeah. Kids ain't gonna forget that. So yeah that was the. That was the father so us old as picture man. That's for down shanna. Separately picked out the same photo identified him as a man who took her mother. The positive identification gave sioux falls police to evidence. They needed to press charges against anderson and in august second nineteen ninety-six. He was arrested on two counts of kidnapping. They were unable to charge andersen with murder because he lacked evidence of a body haughty six in september of that year. Police launched a massive search piper in any other evidence that might convict andersen of murder. They wanted to make sure he'd be jailed for the full extent of his crime. The employed the help of hundreds of volunteers who searched the wooded area around the big sioux river close to the town of baltic south dakota during the hunt for evidence several significant items were discovered half of a shirt shorn down the middle with the logo code. Zero was found it. The same shirt pipe was wearing the day she disappeared. A man picked up the other half of the black and white striped shirt on july. Twenty ninth on a road near baltic. According to court documents he initially thought it was a referee shirt. Get he discovered it. Wasn't he threw it in the back of his car and forgot about it later given to police when he realizes the shirt significance of clothing. Exactly how just about say you. Just you make a habit driving down the highway. Picking up sheet. Look this half shirt week. Make rags eilly. I guess your shirt from my little dog i mean. I don't know what the south decayed in accent sounds like. I don't either. But i just anybody that picks up random pieces of clothing on the road and throw them back. The trump is going to have this sort of accident. Funny how british accent though his half shirt near the big sioux river where part of the shirt was found was a roll of duct tape with human hairs attached to it. The hair was later analyzed and found it was consistent was samples taken from piper's hairbrush moreover the duct tape taken from the scene matched a role recovered from anderson's truck two months earlier more gruesome physical evidence was discovered around the river which included several lengths of rope and chains. I built a vibrator and half of burn candle. It was believed that the items were used to torture piper. They also presented clear evidence. That anderson was a sexual sadist. In may nineteen ninety-seven. Anderson was tried and found guilty of kidnapping piper. He was eventually sentenced to life. In and south dakota state penn however it would not be the only charge for what you'd be convicted. It would not be the only charge you throw some shatner in there. it's more. It's more along the lines of but wait. There's more that's right and if you act now. According to hazel in the shod there was significant prove that anderson was a sexual sadist. Who was excited by the physical and psychological suffering and helplessness of his victims. Their opinion was based on four factors. Anderson displayed a obvious interest in sexual bondage a hallmark of the sexual status which was represented by the restraints. Dildo partially burnt. Candle eyeballs handcuff keys duct tape and plywood platform. You think maybe he just had like weird hobby of making the things that apply with. Brilliant detective. Work there guys. Whoever you are the evidence found by investigators clearly indicated physical torture. It was surmised that after piper was abducted anderson drove her to a wooded area near baltic. While there he boundaries of the platform gator with duct. Tape sheared off her shirt and then methodically tortured her with the dildo and candle before raping her. It is believed that he then murdered piper and dispose of her body. Anderson admitted to police and friends that he liked anal sex a preference. His wife did not share. Well you know what's funny. He's going to have plenty of it now. He wanted or not whether you wanted or not. All right research conducted by hazelwood. Mashad found that sexual sadists prefer this form of sex. They believe that the dildo was used by anderson to act out his fantasy. I think that's i think that's little generalization. There i don't think sexual sadist to be into that kind of thing. That's that's overgeneralization there guys. When you guys from fucking fifties and forties it was further suggested that sexual sadists habitually plan their crimes in much greater detail than do other criminals. One of anderson's longtime friends jamie hammer brought forth evidence which provided investigators with new information concerning anderson sexually sadistic and predatory behavior they learn that piper was not his only victim. They also realize that he would have likely continued to prey on women if he hadn't been caught. You think during police interviews hammer said that as far back as high school he was aware of anderson's obsession with torturing and murdering women has intrigued by the idea. How do you not tell somebody about this. I apologize house do you. Not if you know something about somebody in never said anything to anybody said.

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"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

State of Fear Podcast

04:06 min | 11 months ago

"south dakota" Discussed on State of Fear Podcast

"Today we have the life version of terminal minus tom. Hanks then we dive into the duct tape. Murder of south dakota robert leroy anderson. I'm your host. Chris davila and joining me. My co host. James bishop was james man. I'm doing all right. How you doing my friend man. I'm doing good on a fine lovely wednesday evening I'm a little sick of all this Back and forth weather you know it was cold as hell. This past weekend today warmed up a bit my my sinuses are just going haywire. That sucks yeah and sex for me. Because i can't ride dan. Motorcycle does suck. Yeah the site. And then it's like we have crappy weather during the week and then on the weekend. I mean shy. Say beautiful weather during the week and then we can get here. Everything going to hill but yeah. I'm glad we're doing. South dakota a very underrated. State my opinion. And you've been there right. yes i have. I mean i did all of their for. Oh touristy crap course. I saw the great Mount rushmore the chart. The crazy horse monument. And i did go to deadwood to which is the home of one of south dakota's most famous quick draw residents mr wild bill hickok. He was also killed there. He's also killed. And i went and visited his grave. Mr mr You know price is right. Bob barker was there. Tom brokaw few other individuals. Born air. one of my favorites. Miss catherine blocked dukes hazard fame. Miss daisy duke. Yes so this beautiful beautiful state and they've also got this One area it's up. They caught the mystery ego there. And it's it's hard to explain. But the the. I wish i could articulate it but it's like very strange like they got these cabins that are leaning on these hillsides in this gravity and everything just looks weird. It's like optical illusion. it's like physical allusion mental illusion. It's just weird. How this stuff works. And it's just it's just odd. I mean it was and we just lucked into find an when we're on the highway. We just driving out and it there and just called mystery area or some shit like that you know. I remember as seen those pictures on page. Yeah yeah yeah. I saw on. They're really cool. They looked really crazy. 'cause she's like she's like in the corner cabin highly recommend and she's standing in an angle but yet the cabin is level on the ground yet inside you have to lean the weirdest weirdest damn thing. I swear really cool. Maybe put some pictures up on the on. The social media is there later on this episode drops. I should say yes sir. Sounds like an idea that i just wanted to let our viewers know is actually called. The cosmo's mystery area has a four and a half star rating is awesome. Spent ten bucks to get in and it's a hell wild. Sean is worth it. So if you're ever ten dollars it's up around rapid city. So it's it's really cool. That's not bad at all. No ten bucks. That's a great deal. Yeah that's why you gotta love google on fly man. You got find on the main main. Hey friends how would you like to share your story with us for a future episode. Now it's real easy. State of fear has a hotline. If you wanna call us at seven one three five eight one. Four five five one. Tell us your cooler strange encounters. Ufo's scripted or ghost. Whatever kind of story have love to hear it. If you'd like to remain anonymous your name is not. Your name is not required. But we do ask that you include where it happened. State or town and the approximate date if you can. We got a kind of a long episode today. So why don't we go ahead and get right into your We're news of the day. Shall we man. Liz.

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"south dakota" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

Project Upland Podcast

08:23 min | 1 year ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Project Upland Podcast

"Just like wow and then we went up to into the judith. Mountains of montana and hooked up with Some of our mutual friends up there and We were able to score some some blue grouse Up there and that was really fun. Really fun walks. And we were supposed to head west from there to oregon. But the fires that we had the summer and the smoke stopped us in missoula and we decided. Turn around and say okay. Let's go let's go hang out wyoming for a week or so and so we ended up going down to share it in buffalo wyoming and through jane and i we like to talk to people right so we met some people in town and this and that and one thing led to another and we ended up getting permission to haunt a couple thousand acres out there for for hans and private land and So we ended up. I ended up getting my first not only my first couple of hans and my first my first covey my first cutty rise on hand. nick. I gotta triple. That was really cool. That set the bar pretty high. Greg say went down from there you know but but but we ended up getting you know a dozen to fifteen hans that week and that was. I'll tell you what. I don't know if you've ever done that. That wild hon hunt but the covid that get up on ya. It was really exhilarating. And they're really fun to hunt. I almost would tell you that. I have as much fun hunting. Those hondas i do when i go pheasant hunting. I really enjoyed it. Yeah i my experience on them has been limited. I've actually talked about it. A little bit on the podcast. Before i've i've been in the country but the time of year that i go there according to our mutual buddy tyler webster's not really ideal hun hunting time of year. So i gotta go out a little bit later. I think to really kind of see. I've seen them in the air and i've seen the cover is it's been pretty limited but man they are exciting. That's for sure. Oh yeah and the thing that you have to learn. And i'm not a covey hunter by by experience really but what i have to learn. Is you really have to pick one out because if you start shooting into the covey i mean you're gonna miss all of them you know so or you get lucky and hit one but i you know when i see it. It's like you just think you can't miss anything. It's they get up such big group. It's pretty exciting. The ladder of those two scenarios. Basically what happened to me. I i got the one covey of huns that i saw get up was a huge one. It was near near tyler's place and he knew about them. And i i mean even even i you know i had that in my head. A little bit greg. You know pick out a bird. Don't shoot the covey but you can't help yourself. Those birds got up in front of me. And i. i don't even know. If i shot once or twice but i know i did not pick out a bird and i knocked down but he was not hit very well so clearly not a good shot and fortunately we had a. We had a good on the on the ground. She recovered them for me. Yeah that's that's retro cool well similar and we can get into this later but a similar thing happened to you on the cronkite farm also. So we'll we'll talk about that later. So yeah no my upland my upland. This fall was probably as good as it's ever been for me personally. So i'm very blessed This year on all the different kinds of birds that i was able to harvest and then also just being around people that i really enjoyed hunting with you know it. It was just a really cool year. You know i'm not. I'm not wishing for covert again next fall. Okay i'm not going there. Yeah but but there was some positives that came out of it. So i'm looking at the silver lining here. Yeah like you greg. I tend to be a bit of an optimist and a positive person. I've been able to maintain that. I think through this year the in large part due to the fact that you know. I haven't been hit with challenges. That have been insurmountable right. Like i'm still. I'm still working. i'm still doing. I'm still able to hunt which you know. There's a lot of things to be thankful for that. I think a lot of other folks don't have those same luxury so it's it's easier to stay positive in in that regard but i'll tell you what i'm curious. What twenty twenty one has to offer. Because i wasn't. I wasn't the guy on the train early that said you know. Twenty twenty sucks but man is this year has gone on. it's we don't need any more reminders. About how strange of a year. Twenty twenty ben. No and i think everybody you know part of what we're seeing now with the rise in cases and whatnot. I just think people people just kind of got tired there. You know what i did. I tried blah blah. And then you know people were getting together for thanksgiving and that and you know and people just got tired of it and unfortunately that's part of the deal what happens is people get infected and but you know hey vaccines on the way so i think twenty twenty one is going to be a better year for for everybody involved but i agree with you. You know twenty twenty. I was affected in the fact that i had geographically. Couldn't do very much but my work involves a telephone and a computer. So i can pretty much do that anywhere and so i was just all systems go. You know. I want circle back to the sage grouse actually before we leave that because i had ever recorded a podcast earlier this week. It's not out yet. But we were talking about sage grouse hunting on their little bit and you mentioned you went out and did it with out dogs which. I hunted them once. Greg which i i- i recant. It on this podcast. I did earlier this week. A little bit and what. I was asking. Those two guys was when you look at the age. One of them hunts sage grouse a lot and the other doesn't do it so much so i thought it would be contrasting opinions and i'll and i'll ask you in in the same way because i know you don't you haven't hunted sage grouse a lot but when you look at that sea of sade and you start walking at least when i was there i felt like okay. I have no idea what i'm looking forward to. Hopefully my dog can get wind of something and sent something. What was your approach like greg. And how did you end up finding this age girls. So we had for our sage grouse on We had contrasting habitats we had back a section a section of grass. Okay that was public land and And then part of the public land right next to the grass was sage so what we did was hunt the edges. because we. i don't know i always had really good luck on edges of everything and We wanted the edges of the sage and the grass. And you know we had very early in on the walk. I mean within the first ten minutes of the wok. We had to sage grouse. Get up in the sage. Okay and of course there over by jane who doesn't carry a gun so i didn't really help greg very much but it was. It was cool. It was cool to see him. You know i was like okay. There's actually sage grouse here that's really cool. And then we ended up walking another hour and a half without seeing bird like okay and we were walking mostly in sage grass mix okay and then we went back to the car and jane. Was you know getting tired and chill. And so i said okay. I'll go back out. So i ended up. Huntin the middle of the grass versus the edge of the grass. And you know. I feel really fortunate to be honest with you to be able to get. I did get. I did get sage. Are called covey when they get up in a group or are they called something else..

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"south dakota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:07 min | 1 year ago

"south dakota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"South Dakota what's that's the wrong one here is how to go to the governor in the end this covert thingy it's exposing governors sometimes in a good way sometimes in a bad way sometimes it showing the weakness is sometimes people say well you know our governors pretty much sharp person Kristi Noem of South Dakota when you're more attractive governors yes yes a Cutie got pushback originally for letting the citizens of her state and you know South Dakota isn't even a million people but that's a fair number of people letting them decide on their own whether to follow her suggestions as the social distancing and other things no big giant shut down and she says the spider state remaining free of those lockdown shut downstate home orders the significant surgeon virus cases projected by various predictive models failed to materialize she said I think we've got maybe sixty people in the hospital right now we have twenty five hundred beds set aside for covert nineteen patients but we have only sixty three in the hospital we've already cut our peak projections by seventy five percent just putting in the plate in place the recommendations I've asked people to do staying at home practicing social distancing they wash their hands instead at home if they weren't feeling well call the doctors avoided crowds just by doing that we cut the hospitalization rates by seventy five percent make sure there's at least two buffalo with this between you South Dakota wind measurement it's it really let's see for me personally she says I took an oath to uphold our state constitution I took an old when I was in Congress to pull the United States constitution so I believe in people's freedoms and liberties and I always balance that with every decision I make is governor I get overly concerned with the leaders who take too much power in a time of crisis because I think that's how we directly lose our country some day by leaders overstepping their proper role well I have a new hero my friends can't wait till the data is all in and they get this all figured out I decided you know Hoover acted number reacted you know we ought to talk about Justin Ammash is probably going to be the libertarian a candidate for president but on a libertarian note I love this too I trust my people I noted it I know that if business owners here are given an opportunity to be innovative they will protect their customers they will take actions and change business models to make sure their employees are safe that they can practice social distancing while still serving their customers I knew I had to give them an opportunity to survive physically speaking yeah that's that's good stuff may will feature a little more of her interview coming up but the momentum is absolutely building in most of the country to find sensible ways to get the economy going again but there are a few exceptions like the bay area California where the do gooder utopian wavy way lefty people not a coincidence I don't think either have said not not we're gonna totally locked down all through the end of may yes we are without justifying it the the dispatchers making the argument today and I'm sure it's true that part of it is what your guidelines aren't part of it is your willingness to enforce it for instance they cite ida hole where they have not said you should open bars the it's expected the bars will be among the last things to re open but it might actually help actually but Idaho's said no bars are supposed to be close but they're not gonna like Eveleigh enforce it if you decide you're gonna open your you know your pub we're not going to come in there with the cops is so we'd rather you didn't but we're not going to solve that that's also out there right how strictly wire blanket above order for bars I've spent a lot of time in bars they very a lot they vary from year to year not only shoulder to shoulder your chest to chest it's so crowded in there which obviously be huge risk to there hasn't been to people within six feet of each other in this mark since the fifties right and a lot of those bars so why they would have the same rule is beyond me yep that's the kind I like the alpine nobody else likes yeah you're the better tabloid are nobody looks at me one more quick note from all over Houston Houston is looking at closing their seventeen million dollar tent hospital that did not see a single patient how much money listen government get screamed at for under preparing then they get screamed at for over preparing and I'm not gonna pile on because nobody knew quite what to do with this but seventeen million dollar temporary hospital Mumba according to KPRC TV the coronavirus hospital could have cost here's counties much of sixty million dollars the although it would likely be around seventeen million that's a lot of money even though the facility to personally nothing which is why it could because it was originally you know hailed as a testament to ingenuity and speed in action and the rest of it it took him just a few days two hundred fifty beds equipped to handle an influx of very sick covert nineteen patients we don't want to be caught flat footed said official well you weren't you they just don't need the taxpayers flat footed but to the you are not caught flat broke yeah well that's something when I got this philosophical experiment for you that I came across this state I think is really neat thank you with that on the way that I love a good philosophical experiment Hey it's pretty good it's pretty good makes a good point Michael Moore's got a new movie out that the left hates among other things to talk about on the Armstrong and Getty show this important message is for anyone experiencing financial hardship and those back taxes to the IRS or have on file tax returns recent events have caused massive job layoffs and financially burdened millions well tough times will go away the IRS won't a community tax we're on top of evolving iris collection policies that 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South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"south dakota" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Back to the phones we got Tom in Mitchell South Dakota Tom says here you're in the livestock business I'm glad you called I've been eager to talk to somebody in your business how you doing well you know we're we're we're feeding cattle yet I'm I'm mostly at a cattle broker I I I brokered the sale of cattle between the guys that racism and not packing houses and we've got a lot of cattle getting big and our problem is that we're having trouble with the packing houses being able to run strong enough long enough to keep up with that with our shoulders why is that because they're in these packing houses of discovered people with the virus working there and they've had to shut down to some extent yes Sir expressly in the hogs you know they had to shut down in South Dakota that's right right I saw that and that the that that's the the pig slaughterhouses right that that's right in it in the cattle packinghouses rush a lot of problems are once they find out or somebody finds out that there's somebody else in there maybe a coworker that had it then people just talk showing up and sold you know but there has been out of town what wait wait wait wait wait you mean buyers stop showing up no Sir that people that cut up the cattle but the people the slaughter the cattle she's failed to show up yes Sir yes Sir the reason that I called yesterday is that in the in the midst of trying to to find ways and thinking of ways to help so try to get this protein utilized of talking with people in the industry with our animal industry board here in South Dakota and one thing I do want to do it would you want to say it thanks to governor known South Dakota hydroxy Clark when were on it but I'll keep going from there we're talking with the animal industry board in with others in our industry what's going on now rush is that were dumping milk of hogs are gonna be gaster euthanized and sounds like in some instances there looking at the fact that they might just open that packing houses just to euthanize the animal nothing else just to get him out of the way and one thing that was brought up to me is that once these animals are gone you you understand it takes a certain amount of time to get an animal fat well yeah I know what what what what what is the solution we've got to get back to work and start it creating that demand again for protein whether it's a free for milk well I know but if if you got employees are free to show up because they're going to get sick I mean how do you overcome that we we were working through that now that was weeks ago in some places and and so okay look I need you to hang on to the break I've got I've got some other questions for you and if you can hunt just two or three minutes we got that time.

Tom Mitchell South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"south dakota" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Find the I know he's aware of what I'm doing in South Dakota he's discussed it and then bent on that national media talking about without the code is doing because it is so unprecedented so we're taking a targeted approach and making sure that we're going to go on the offense against this virus that we're gonna actually not just help our people heal but then contribute to the long term efforts about finding out the science of the virus and helping us deal with it because we know it's not going to disappear in the near future we need to have some tools to fight it off work the question that that he and his hospital at Columbia Presbyterian M. Y. U. Lang going around asking is it doesn't have a prophylactic qualities or is that part of your study her yes it is an old you know that's why we have different groups of individuals will be participating there will be a political element to it will be working with healthcare workers who've been exposed close contacts who are high risk that have been exposed in Sanford health is leading these trials so they've got researchers on staff that are not just running very specific trial but several others dealing with cold at night and and it'll give us a unique opportunity to really proved what so many experts out there have been saying about hydroxy and the benefits they can bring to those who are suffering with a virus I have a question so do you have a state income tax in South Dakota we do not you do not and and what is like your property taxes I would assume they're pretty low right they are they're lower than that than most of our surrounding states really want me under state government through is the sales tax on that you need to do a study why is Sean Hannity an idiot I'm paying nine point nine percent state income tax if I die they get a ten percent at at and why I'm an idiot I pay this I'm in the second highest property tax county in the country I'm an idiot I get out my branch out in South Dakota and be happy for ever after and and see the beautiful you know creation of god in the wilderness I would love that at amp and keep your freedoms and liberties even and exactly absolutely I do a study wise Hannity so stupid Hey you got your next study anyway governorate thanks for sharing all of that it's important I think there are lessons we're going to be able to learn from South Dakota and every other state in between and we appreciate you sharing it with us absolutely anytime something so much eight hundred nine four one Sean brown Johnson by the way positions are urging immediate action on access hydroxy Cork when which I think is key all right everybody's lives were worried anxious concerned when is this and when we get back to normal kids are home schooling you don't want to worry about your kids cyber safety and it's a real that's a real challenge in this day and age there are there are predators everywhere now this is where a company Norton three sixty steps up to the plate now they're going to give anybody that would like it six months of Norton family for free that will help you monitor your kids online activities that will block unsuitable sites while your kids are surfing the net that you will be able to see what website search search terms videos android apps that they're downloading you can help your kids avoid.

South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

13:17 min | 2 years ago

"south dakota" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"And Amy Goodman that South Dakota legislature is expected to debate a bill today that would criminalize gender affirming surgery for transgender youth if passed house bill ten fifty seven would make it a felony for doctors to provide anyone under the age of sixteen with puberty blockers hormones and other transition related health care medical professionals who do provide this care would face up to ten years in prison the Republican backed bill passed in committee last week Quincy Parker transgender he's testified against the South Dakota Belle and legislature let me be clear as someone who researched my own treatment options and someone who this bill would directly affect what you're doing it is not preventing harm your actively denying medical treatment two children who have such strong feelings of disconnect from their bodies that over half of them all are or have been suicidal at some point in their lives on Tuesday South Dakota introduced another anti trans bill that would authorize parents to deny gender firming treatment to their children it's the third bill targeting trans youth introduced in South Dakota this year alone and one of more than twenty five anti LGBT Q. bills introduced around the country on Monday I spoke to chase stranger deputy director for trans gender justice with the ACLU's L. G. B. T. N. H. I. V. project in the award winning director Yancy Ford who became the first openly transgender director nominated for an Oscar for his film strong island in two thousand eighteen I began by asking chase stranger to talk about what exactly is happening in South Dakota what we're seeing over the course of the last five years are escalations in attacks from state lawmakers on LGBTQ people particularly on trans youth and this year South Dakota has a bill that will actually criminalize lifesaving care for trans young people so we're talking about care that the American academy of pediatrics recommends that the American medical association recommends just last week a study came out documenting that the provision of this very care reduces suicidality in transgender young people so now we have lawmakers disregarding science disregarding the urgent needs of the trans community and saying we do not care that you might die we are going to make your health care and and indeed your life of crime so I I have to say having done this work for a long time this truly is one of the most drastic measures that I seen moving through a state legislature and any true and is at risk of passing I mean if you can also explain both the science of these drugs but then what this bill says that they would put a medical provider in jail for up to ten years for engaging in medical treatment of a patient yes so so these bills criminalize health care that has been provided to trans young people for decades including puberty blockers which are medical interventions that really does put a pause on puberty so young people are able to affirm their gender and ultimately go through puberty consistent with with who they are and these are medications that are used for all the range of different conditions and under the bill they would be perfectly fine if used for other conditions only for transgender young people what they become a crime and the same is true with the hormone therapy that the legislation would would criminalize and again the lawmakers supporting the bill are talking about surgery but the bill criminalizes many nonsurgical interventions for trans you that have been utilized to save lives and ensure that trans young people have comparable health outcomes to their non trans gender peers and the bill itself is the bill targeting medical professionals which would not only compromise their licensure but criminalize the care that they provide including potentially throwing medical providers in jail for providing care that would save the lives of their patients and at the committee hearing in the house the head of the South Dakota at academy of pediatrics testified that they had two hundred years of physician experience in the room and that the legislature was urging them to make a decision between jail and saving the lives of their patients and even in the face of that testimony they moved this Billboard I want to go to the bill's sponsor this is South Dakota Republican legislator Fred Deutsch speaking in a video posted on the family heritage alliance Facebook page it's a bill to help like I said with these children that are are suffering it prevents surgeries it prevents prescription of puberty blockers to block their normal developmental puberty as well as give some strong cross sex hormone so if they're a boy it would prevent strong applications of estrogen and if you're a girl that the testosterone both of them mass children up terribly we're talk about mutilation sterilization and and a host of other medical complications thinning of the bones rain issues hard issues it's it's just crazy what's going on we're trying to protect our kids so that's a South Dakota Republican legislator Fred Deutsch the sponsor of the bill to a stranger he says he's saving children's lives respond to make his arguments I mean I think the first and most important responses that he's actually killing children and he is a chiropractor who every single year introduces multiple bills targeting the trans community and every year we fight those bills with the truth of our lives with science on our side with business on our side with whole communities showing that what he is doing is a systematic attack on our community but I have to say it is getting so it difficult year after year to hear these attacks we already lost one of our lead trans advocate in south Dakota's two suicide who fought for against these bills and now we have lawmakers distorting science in the service of actually document it through documentation at the way that will kill young trans people and so I have to say I used to think it was about fear or confusion and now I truly think that they are implementing a plan that they actively don't want us to survive and we're every day going to fight back against that change stranger there can you talk about the fact that this bill the vote on the bill has been delayed from Monday to we believe Wednesday is there something significant in this survey getting a lot of response from around the country and also if you can comment on the South Dakota governor governor Christie gnome who said she has quote a few concerns about the bill what do you understand her hesitation so you know we don't know exactly why that the vote was delayed by I am gonna interpreted as favorable to our side it gives us too it gives us more time to you push people to continue to contact their lawmakers and it did calm after the governor expressed concerns about the bill she specifically noted that the bell interferes with the parental rights to dictate the health care for their minor children which is a long standing fundamental right you know the ACLU has made it clear that we will sue them if they if they pass this bill and we are driving support all across the country for the trans community making sure that every single lawmaker in South Dakota knows that we were watching their bill in the house and if it moves from the house to the Senate we will be holding them accountable there as well so you know hopefully this means that they are reconsidering their boats and that we can ultimately stop this thing but no matter what whether it passes both chambers were gonna keep pushing the governor to make sure that you know that those concerns are legitimate and she should absolutely veto this bill if it gets to her death and if she does sign the bill into law then we will see her in court I want to bring Nancy Ford into this conversation who is also here in Park City Utah chase you were just here but went back to New York both of you are featured in this new incredible documentary called disclosure about trans life but yes see for it is the first openly transuranic to be nominated for an Oscar and yet last week that you weren't in South Dakota Yancy your tuning and through the stream of South Dakota public broadcasting watching this debate closely your response to what you were saying on the floor of the South Dakota legislature I was appalled I was appalled to listen to a legislator who was claiming under the auspices of protecting vulnerable children to and have the right on to insert himself and his beliefs into lifesaving medical care and medical treatment that is provided by you know professionals doctors actual people with actual medical training science hi ma'am to provide children in South Dakota with the gender affirming treatment that you know children and their parents seek out it was amazing to me to hear someone actually claim that a quote unquote natural pause made the pies that would allow for puberty two K. to kick in and quote unquote solve some children's gender dysphoria it was it was like it was like turning into a broadcast from Mars we're the crazy people and taking charge of the legislator and we're almost certain doctors and and psychiatrists and endocrinologist in new better than the hundred years of collected in a medical is the lone non in in in addition to the parents and the right it is it never ceases to amaze me how determined people are to be race trans people even when their children I remember when I was sixteen fifteen fourteen being fully aware of what I was dealing with if I had had those choices of my parents and had the stress is when I was that age I would have had different childhood and that someone wants to say no you cannot provide love and care and medical treatment and affirmation to your child because I think that trans gender is a made up category of so it was I was I was furious I was furious and I think that the thing is that the most scary thing about that for me is that it's not just South Dakota or if I think thirteen other states there are going to introduce legislation almost identical to the legislation that was introduced by this one attack and I want to get to that the other legislation but first tree strange hero in two thousand sixteen you wrote a piece on the ACLU's blog titled if I were students South Dakota chances are I would not survive into adulthood you talked about suicidality can you give us the figures on trends use taking their own lives yeah I know it's it's staggering in and I wrote that piece in twenty sixteen because South Dakota within the exact same position considering a bill to bar trans young people from accessing the restrooms consistent with who they are and we're talking about a community that has documented documented rates of suicidality that are close to fifty percent and those documented rates are directly tied to discrimination that people face in every aspect of life and when you have government officials with the most power in the state telling young people that they either don't exist or that they shouldn't we know that that exacerbates the rates of suicide and what we do you also know is that when young people are given access to the very medication that is being criminalized by this build those suicide rates drop to being comparable to non trans gender peers and so we have a lawmakers are quick with information about how young people can either live or die and they're choosing quite clearly the path of increasing the likelihood that our communities suffer serious harm including early death and you know I think about myself as a young person and I do I struggled so much but I didn't have lawmakers telling me that my care should be criminalized now we're in a context where that's what lawmakers are saying to the youth who are watching and we know that they're hurting because of it and so I am just going to be out here every single day and I know that my other trans folks are to to make sure that we tell young people that we are going to fight for them and that we stop these things from becoming law so that people's medication and people's life saving support is not immediately cut off and criminalized so can you talk about the legislation that is being introduced around the country right now the anti trans legislation yes their billing South Dakota is typical of one of two bills that we're seeing this year that have been introduced in over a dozen states the bills are both the bills targeting young people through the criminalization or or other bands on access to health care including bills that proposed intervening through child.

Amy Goodman South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"south dakota" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Kevin is the first time caller Kevin where are you calling from well it is so foggy I'm not sure but I think I'm somewhere near draper South Dakota draped herself the code I've never even heard of three percent to come well it's just a little wide spot around here down by ninety missiles South Dakota but is first of all you know I do the I drive over fifty thousand miles a year on business and you guys are the one PlayStation and I can keep pretty much for a six seven hundred mile stretch across the upper what that lasted into the code is it in the Minnesota and I won I appreciate your programming so that's my plug in return for my pre pre tell all well I love I love that very much can I can cook south I can tell you a quick South Dakota I ninety story money is your programming do whatever you want wireless system okay that I I think of the news story but so I am it down is to fall for a meeting and my daughter was coming home what might have been for the March for life I might have even been for the March for life is so you know that the you know there's a time the trips back like twenty four twenty six hours back to school so I'm having the time my meeting and then to get back and pick her up like eleven o'clock at night or something right and and I'm and I'm all flustered and I'm in a hurry and I'm doing a million things on the phone and talking and and I'm I'm talking to somebody and I said the Mitchell South Dakota I did get on I ninety did I I was going west instead of north one twenty nine and I got all the way to Mitchell before I figured it out phony come back through here on income okay well before I get off make sure you give me a call screener give me your address I'll send you a compass one is you have to look at it is the problem yeah but you know yeah so news on your day is also amazing thing on your phone call G. P. S. touch about many very where to go but you know you know I had a moment the good news is I relate they were late coming back and I made it perfectly on time so it all worked out fine and I got a good laugh out of it that part is a lot once upon a time drive in rock springs Wyoming was supposed to arrive in Cheyenne Wyoming and wound up in Omaha three three sharia and next thing you know she drove all night she wound up in Omaha they usually shooting shooting only part of the initial so now let me let me ask you this question before I let you go number one you're you're very kind about how you're able to take us everywhere and enjoy the program we appreciate that and that's why we you know I mean if you're the reason we do what we do and and so many others like you in the places to travel out behind the wheel I as you're driving I mean not your job your drive is that fifty thousand miles a year you get a lot of thing time that's one of the great things about you know being behind the wheel I would mind being a doctor for that reason just more time to think because I drive a lot too and it it it allows you to lock the wheel stir what do you what do you what what right now do you consider yourself to be can you know pondering most what's so what's front fender well I spent a lot of a lot of time pondering taxes which was the reason for my call actually and I ponder politics and I pondered godly sayings and in faith issues and I under my kids and my grandkids and especially my wife I spend a fair amount of time while I'm driving ranges you can pray anytime anywhere and so I you know I just know that that's what I do I'm not a big I like music in fact you can play that you can play Neil Diamond as many times as you want your brother I'm good with that you know I just like listen I like you know you guys keep things upbeat and keeps me awake and as I get older I'm in my mid sixties that's harder and harder to do all the time so you know I used to do anything I think about things to keep me awake under things and pray and then listen like your program as much as possible but the reason why I called is that the gentleman that called in from I think it was more had about the special assessment first of all we need everybody needs to understand that a special assessments nothing more than another tax that's what it is okay I was born and raised in Saint Louis and I saw that city die start dying back in in the sixties early sixties because of all the special assessment and always additional taxes and you look around the country in places like Saint Louis Detroit Baltimore New Orleans always played you know those two cities have a lot of problems because the liberals and Democrats have been in control of them for decades and they have taxed the working people out of the out of that out of the cities and they are killing themselves with the taxes in the special assessment and instead of having special assessments here's a novel idea this city could do so long range financial planning on what their needs are going to be for capital improvement down the road save and then spend the money accordingly as opposed to doing special attack and says this would not be a novel approach no kidding so true now these there's a lady yeah these labels they come up with a for these things I guess they really what what we called special assessment rather tax it is a tax now the tax related to work in a particular area that quote unquote benefits that particular area so you know but well what about where my other taxes for but we usually find the I. knows what you usually find the I. no special assessments especially those tax increases and those bond issues except in a different place it is what what you find in there frequently honestly is is is crony capitalism in there because somebody wants his road project this road widening this road extended or whatever because even got a housing development going in that area or there's gonna be commercial development in a commercial developers are behind there are an awful lot of reasons behind those things eight none of them good yeah in my opinion and it's not clear and you continue to cap and tax and tax and tax instead of you know in business I have to plan for capital improvements I have to plan for replacement of thing.

Kevin draper South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"south dakota" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"South Dakota don welcome to real estate today well Stephen thank you very much for having me on today we are delighted you're here so done you gotta tell me what's the weather like right now in Davenport Iowa right now it is in the thirties with the forty mile an hour wind gusts putting the wind chill in the twenties and we're talking very strong wind just really fears out there and be careful with so with that in mind on how's business well business we've been very active we're still in a situation with the yellow ever Terry and a lot of buyers who want to get in why the rates are still good interesting as winter begins this coming Thursday what's going to happen to real estate in the upper Midwest will it slow down or would it still be a really hot market well I looked for a little florist in the market at this time not just because of the weather but because of the holidays and a lot of people are you going to be gone or it could be old school looking because of all the family activities absent up but still if someone doctor looking at this time in this market they're good qualified buyers now what about the winter seller what kind of person puts their house on the market during the winter months one those who have to because maybe a transfer or relocation so you got to get him on the market two one is listen to the realtor to find out Hey you know what if people are putting homes on the market our way to the next year or spring okay less competition out there right now so maybe it's the right time for me to get my home on the market because I'm not competing against many people that's right that's a really good point now speaking of selling your house in the winter if I'm selling my place and there's a foot of snow on the roof in the yard and everywhere else how can you have a home inspection done well does make a little difficult in another home inspectors will say you know we're not going to be able to warrant.

Stephen Iowa Terry upper Midwest South Dakota
"south dakota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"south dakota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"South Dakota instead the ceremony was held in two thousand fifteen at mount Rushmore with six other couples in the home that moderation that I now pronounce you legally married and strong fairy tale begins after the ceremony they began taking steps to change the Y. in the try now four years later they've done just that there should be not any embarrassment of who you are as a person and who you want to be with and who you're attracted to our who you would like to kiss and who you fall in love with me so says L. G. B. T. people are two new concept for tribes in the coda and other native cultures there traditionally referred to as two spirited people some reservations including Pine Ridge still have a large church presents and fat influences local policies bishop James wall work some cultural diversity with the US conference of bishops something from the very beginning it was one man one woman come together to be open to the gift of human life we talk about being procreative and for the betterment of the raising up of children Paul says well the Catholic Church doesn't support same sex marriage whether tribal or not it also doesn't support discriminating against LGBT people in Washington state this requirement stripe legalized same sex marriage before its state debt heather purser is an enrolled member and LGBT advocate who helped to change the law there in two thousand eleven pursue says well not everyone supports same sex marriage they voted unanimously to legalize it because they didn't want people to feel like outcasts even though a lot of them may not have agreed they were able to respond to that and not want that for another tribal member because a lot of us are family and all of us we love each other person says that decision shows acceptance and love just like the original cultural teachings in this the Commish tribe the call the coda are now pursuing anti hate crime laws in another effort to protect the rights of LGBT people for NPR news I'm trying to lock it in Rapid City South Dakota this is All Things Considered from NPR news time for our documentary of the week from Tom powers and Rafael in a housing co founders of the.

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"south dakota" Discussed on KCRW

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03:25 min | 2 years ago

"south dakota" Discussed on KCRW

"This is as our South Dakota corn farmer told us last week just about spring planting time for farms across much of the country. The problem for farmers in some parts of the midwest. Is that snow and rain from it? Truly terrible winter has low thing down a lot lots and lots of flooding your role in the current state of agriculture, and international trade unsettled is one way to describe that. Then farmers having to make some tricky decisions pillow from marketplace hub at Casey, you are has that one. I met Richard Oswald. That are truckstop off interstate twenty nine near Rockport, Missouri called the trails end and got into his pickup. Of not calling garbage. Got all my stuff. Those invited Ouattara piled high in the back seat because Oswald can't go back to his home along the Missouri river bottom where he grows corn and soybeans it's been under water since a bomb cyclone hit the midwest and mid March causing extreme flooding. This is a field that we form right here next to the truck stop, and you can see they're still. The water's actually creeping back in now. So it's getting deeper again coming toward us. We head down US highway one thirty six until we're blocked by water. Blackened corn stalks line the road along with tons of debris like tree trunks, propane tanks and farm equipment washed down in the flood. A grain elevator looks like an island two million bushels of corn and a million bushels of soybeans are riding in the water. We stop at wash out bridge in Aswa says farmers would usually be prepping their fields now for planting doing work like spraying fertilizer de LA farmers are still debating whether or not they should try to plant a crop this year. But we don't really have that option because there's still two to three to five feet of water. On top of these fields by one estimate a million acres of farmland from the Dakotas to Missouri were flooded by the bomb cyclone, that's only a fraction of the three hundred fifteen million acres at the USDA estimates will be planted this year, but Todd hubs and assistant professor of commodity markets. At the university of Illinois says the wet season is making late planting which could affect yields beyond the flooded areas on all the weather that caused the flooding has got the ground Corval saturated. Let's get back as well. It's great great grandfather settled the family here. He's seen flooding before twenty eleven was particularly bad. But he says this is the worst. He's seen in his sixty nine years. He lost four grain bins containing two thirds of last year's crop losses and covered by insurance. And that was probably going to be about line at income for the year. So then. Oswald. We'll be able to plant only about five hundred acres that are on a hill east of here that's out of two thousand that he farms. He says the decision on what to plant is difficult because there's a huge surplus of soybeans, thanks to the trade war with China. Most farmers throughout the corn belt make a decision and they make a decision whether to plant more corn or more sleeping's soybean prices are low they're going plant more corn. And what's happened said? Well, then the next year you get too much. We drive back to the trails into truckstop. Oswald says people are.

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