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Gov. Kristi Noem: TikTok Ban for South Dakota Government
"Made headlines just the other day by signing an executive order banning TikTok on for state government agencies employees and contractors specifically using state devices. Why did you do that? Well, we're learning more and more every single day about the national security threat that TikTok is to our country and to our individual citizens. It's my job as governor to protect the people's South Dakota. We know that China is using TikTok and manipulating algorithms to gather information on the people in this country. They're not only gathering what kind of websites or videos that they watch and learning from us that way they're also potentially getting our keystrokes to what buttons we push on our phones, but getting access to passwords could potentially violate our financial accounts and personal information, even health and information. It's a real threat to our country and we know China's our enemy. You know, they hate us. This is their agenda that they've had for hundreds of years is to destroy the United States of America and they're using this app to gather more information about American citizens and use it against us. So in South Dakota, we have banned the app on our servers on our networks, any state employee or contractor or someone who works with state government who accesses it or downloads the app. We'll face criminal penalties and that's something that we sent a clear message that we have a lot of personal information and state government that we're not going to allow China to hack into by using this app and I'm hopeful that other leaders in other states and in Congress will do the same.
Gov. Kristi Noem: The Value of Being Strategic in Politics
"Was something else you governed smartly and I know you took a couple of hits from conservatives of some issues, but the reality was you wanted to play smart politics. You wanted to make sure the legislation was perfect. And as a result of that, there is a long-term benefit, which is those laws are standing in place and Republicans have strong majorities in the great state of South Dakota now. Oh, absolutely. So for what we should be doing as governors is passing good strong bills that get stand up in court too, that can if they're because they're going to get challenged now. There's so many activist groups and so much money in the liberal side. They're going to challenge each piece of legislation in court. We got to make sure it's worded correctly that it's strong that it stands the test of a court challenge and that we don't set up for a failure of president that hurts us in the long run. So yes, being strategic and smart is incredibly important in this day and age.
The Power of State Legislatures
"Debbie and I have been talking about the power of state legislatures to address issues in particularly election issues. I mean, look at this. Look at the not just GOP dominance in all these states, but it's the degree of dominance. I'm just going to read very quickly Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia, Wyoming. And again, those are the states in which Republicans dominate both houses, but the margins are huge. Look at Wyoming. The Senate Republicans 28. It doesn't surprise me in white. And the house. 55 to 5. 5 to 5. But look at Texas, honey, Senate, 19 to 12 House 86 to 64. So I mean, you're not talking about one seat or two seat. You're talking about decisive majority. What Republicans say in these states go? Yeah. Those.
When Do the Polls Close?
"I'll just tell you right now just in case you're thinking about voting and you haven't started yet, the polls are going to close and this is the polls that are closing on your time zone. So at 6 p.m., which is already occurred, we see Indiana, pose closing, and also Kentucky's poll closing. At 7 p.m., Arizona time. We'll see or at least your time based on the state that I say. So just know that I say 7 p.m., it is your time on your time zone. So at 7 p.m. in Alabama, this pose is going to close Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas Mississippi, let's see Missouri, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming. All right, those are the polls are going to close at that time at your time zone.
Feds: Theft of frozen beef in Nebraska uncovers crime ring
"That of frozen beef and Nebraska helps uncover a crime ring Federal authorities say an investigation into the theft of summer of several Timmy trailers loaded with frozen beef from Nebraska has led to arrests and uncovered a multi-million dollar theft ring targeting meatpacking plants in 6 Midwestern states The discovery of the Miami based stepped ring began in June when several semi trailers loaded with nearly $1 million in frozen beef were stolen in Nebraska and investigation determined that beef and pork packing plants in Nebraska Iowa Minnesota South Dakota North Dakota and Wisconsin were being targeted charging documents say federal investigators used phone records and GPS tracking devices on trucks being driven by the three men to place them in and around meat packing plants where trailers of meat products were stolen I'm Lisa dwyer
"south dakota" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"The time she's seeking her divorce, he is the Secretary of State and very likely to be a candidate for the presidency in 1892. Mary is married to Jamie Blaine, his wayward son. Jamie has been the black sheep of the family for years. And so Mary decides she is going to go out to Sioux Falls to get a divorce. While she's out there, the press hound her and try very hard to get her to say negative things about the Secretary of State, but she is just pretty quiet about her concerns. Except that privately she acknowledges that she believes the root of all of her problems with Jamie is her mother in law. Harriet, James G Blaine's wife. Mary spends her time in Sioux Falls is pretty well known for being there. Wants to escape this attention, so when she files her divorce suit, she does so in Deadwood, South Dakota, which is all the way on the other side of the state. And very difficult in this time to get to from Sioux Falls. It doesn't matter. The reporters follow her anyway and all of Deadwood turns out. Mary also gets for divorce, but the reason I like to tell her story is that it gives us this real lens onto the politics of divorce. So Mary legally gets her divorce, but that's not the end of the story for her struggle for her freedom. Because when she gets her decree, the judge sort of irritated by the story that she's told and the fact that the Blaine family has not come to defend themselves in this case. Makes this statement from the bench accusing the Blaine family of being the cause of this divorce. And that incites James G Blaine and he launches into a front page war with this young actress over divorce and who is at fault and who should be blamed for this. How does this particular issue resolve itself? I'm curious because now you have warring parties and very different accounts of what's actually going on here. So Mary has her decree and so her lawyer has tell her to please stop talking. She legally has what she needs, but she also wants to win that war of public opinion. So what happens is James she Blaine writes this open letter quoting from Mary's love letters to his son when she was 19 and her son was 17 just before they went off in a loped. And Mary writes her own open letter in the newspapers, claiming basically that James she Blaine is being disingenuous in the quotes he has chosen to select from these letters, which is an accusation that Blaine has heard before in his political life during the Mulligan letters issue. And she says, please publish these letters. Have the dignity to publish these letters in full, or I will publish your son's letters. And basically, they're going to mutual destruction here. The letters do not ultimately get published, but there is a rumor that's because the Blaine family decided to purchase them from Mary. It never comes out rather that's true or not, but all of this plays out in the middle of the Republican presidential convention, the nominating convention that summer. So this divorce ends up playing a role in James G Blaine's last attempt at the presidency. When necessary, political handlers really know how to disappear problem.
"south dakota" Discussed on History Unplugged Podcast
"Is the niece of the influential ASTRO family. And this is important because she has been raised in New York with wealth and travel, and a very comfortable lifestyle. She's also been raised in the glare of the spotlight. Everybody talks about the asters all the time. And so she marries as expected in the drawing room of her family's home to a Dutch diplomat who's 12 years her senior. He has a title, the baron. And it's really fashionable at the time to marry a title, which is part of why I think Maggie wanted to marry him. But, you know, over the years, her relationship with him starts to sour their now living, they move all through Europe. They're now living in Paris, her parents have passed away. She is feeling kind of alone there. And her husband, she starts to believe, is trying to take her inheritance from her, trying to control her money that she's inherited from her parents. And she discovers that she believes he's attempting to institutionalize her in order to control her life. So she flees from Paris with the plan eventually of making her way to two fall South Dakota, where she believes she'll be able to get a divorce. It's a long, long trip for Maggie. And when she finally arrives, thinking that perhaps this is an errand, she can undertake quietly. She is discovered there, and she makes the headlines across the country. And she's really the first to bring a lot of attention to the idea of Sioux Falls, the divorce destination, or as it becomes known as the divorce colony. What was required legally there, just as an aside, did only one party have to initiate the divorce proceedings or what was it about it specifically in the Dakota colonies that made it easier or I'm sorry the decoded territory that made it easier to obtain the divorce than other parts of the United States.
"south dakota" Discussed on WTOP
"Three two 7 rocket per cup of these terms and conditions. Equalizing under license at all 50 states and unless consumer access dot org number 30. It's 9 38. We've got traffic and weather on the 8s. Over to Robb stallworth in the traffic center. Headed into the district inbound New York avenue toward Costco in South Dakota ab new you are inching along toward bladensburg row of the work has a single right lane squeezing by. We understand they're doing some line striping there from the earlier paving operations. Outbound New York avenue may also have a single right lane getting by that work zone as well. Southbound D.C. two 95 solid approaching and passing Bros avenue headed toward east capital street with a single lane getting by the work zone, otherwise no problems on the freeway headed eastbound and westbound between the 14th street bridge and the 11th street bridge you guys are in pretty decent shape so far this morning. The beltway in Maryland outer loop ramp to Carter rock is blocked as a result of the work zone there. Eastbound route 50 delays toward Whitehall road as a result of the two way traffic operations taking place on the westbound side, we have three lanes east in two lanes open in the west bound direction traveling, I 70 as you leave mount airy headed toward new market, we understand you're riding the on and off ramps as a result of the early morning crash investigation at exit number 62, so follow police direction there, otherwise Virginia looking pretty good on the beltway, no problems on 66 eastbound, but watch out as you head past the manassas rest area in the westbound direction, that's where we have the right side block to the work, westbound 66, leaving the beltway toward nightly street, the left lane is still blocked for that crash in response on scene. I 95 off and on the brake southbound leaving lorton headed down toward garrisonville in a rappahannock river, but traveling is a reporter to be open. North on I 95 seeing some more volume, coming past Dale City headed toward the Prince William Parkway, then again, approaching the fairfax county Parkway, but good shape. Headed on to I three 95 northbound as you go up to and across the 14th street bridge which traveling to open there. New chef's chicken sandwiches from Panera pan seared chicken a secret garlic aioli recipe, Parmesan crisp and pickle chips all on the buttery brioche roll. Try one, of course, for only a buck delivery free when you order on the app. Rob stallworth WTO traffic. Storm team four meteorologist Lauren ricketts pretty much, I think the best way to describe this weather is more of the same, right? More of
Tom Tradup: Gov. DeSantis, Gov. Noem Are Missed at CPAC
"Tom, what are people saying about Ron DeSantis? 'cause it seems odd to me, although maybe he was so busy suspending the radical activist prosecutor here the state attorney, he had his hands full in Florida, but what are they saying about him not being there? I think a lot of people are disappointed he's not here. They'd like to see him here. They'd like to see Christie nome, the governor of South Dakota. But the organizers here at cpac made a decision. Got it. Not to invite them. And you can't just show up again. I'm speaking.
"south dakota" Discussed on WTOP
"Because then it's sort of like challenging COVID to come up with something that could really disrupt our lives. And Kramer, WTO P news. Traffic and weather on the 8s to Ian Crawford in the WTO traffic center. It's up in the district of had something new brewing in northeast outbound New York avenue after bladensburg road. May have some new crash activity. Seeing some slowing on the map near South Dakota avenue that may be where it is with caution as the first go looking outbound New York avenue. Somewhere between bladensburg road and the district line may be around South Dakota avenue. Everything else in the district seems to be okay. We check our work zones in Virginia. The only one left right now is going to be westbound on 66 before and after 29 Centreville with two left lanes getting by the ramp from 29 north bat on to westbound 66 blocked by the same work zone. Everything eth bound is fine as you make your way from haymarket to the capitol beltway and then inside the bellway to the roslin tunnel without incident in the travel lanes. 95 no reported delays coming out of Fredericksburg this morning all the way to the Springfield interchange three 95 quiet all the way to the 14th street bridge on the Maryland side 95 and the Baltimore Washington Parkway beltway to bellway without delay. On 50 between the bay bridge and the bellway, nothing pending currently through buoy or Annapolis. And on two 70, the ride out of Frederick, no reported delays through urbana and through rocky all the way to the Springfield interchange. The big issue is going to be north of that on 15 northbound, all lanes blocked at roddy creek road just beyond the for the crash involving a tractor trailer now some four hours standing and at last report the northbound lanes were still blocked. Ian Crawford traffic. Now to storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore. Well, as we kick this week off, there's a few headlines here, rain chances are on the lower end of the spectrum,
The Top 10 Cities With Emerging Housing Markets
"The number one city for emerging housing markets yesterday. Elkhart goshen in Indiana. Number two, Burlington, North Carolina. Number three, Johnson City, Tennessee, number four. Fort Wayne Indiana, Indiana doing very well in this study. Number 5, billings Montana. It comes with a snow shovel from Andrew and Todd when you buy a house there. Raleigh, North Carolina kind of makes sense to me. That's number 6. Rapid City South Dakota is number 7. It felt a little bit in the rankings every year, but still that people are moving to Rapid City because it's affordable. North, port, Sarasota, Bradenton, Florida, is an 8th place. Again, we're talking about low cost states, low tax states. Number 9 to pick up Kansas. To pick a Kansas and rounding out the top ten improbably the salia Porterville. Dwayne is looking at me like, this hell yeah, Porterville? Yeah. You ever been to Visalia? I'm not sure that that would be my recommendation to anyone moving out of favor. For about 5 minutes.
Caller: 'Schedule F' Is a Great Plan
"Touch, just to kind of reinforce what you were saying earlier. I heard about that schedule F plan. I guess it was maybe Friday. They talked about it on Steve Bannon. Joe Scarborough had somebody on MSNBC talking about it, but I think that is a great plan. I've been thinking about that for a long time and just hope now, but it's going to be implemented. And along with that, you mentioned about doing away with some cabinet departments, like the Department of Education, you know, I'd like to see that extend maybe some other departments that are unnecessary elected apartment of energy. I mean, I can think of the Department of Homeland Security. A lot of these agencies that need to be reformed from the top down such as the FBI, CIA, DoJ, all of that. But Todd, what concerns me and listen to the congressman is something else that I think the Republican Party in the upcoming elections needs to do when I don't see them doing it. And we're just talking about this Friday. I don't see a new contract with America like we had in 1994. It's not enough just to win the midterms and recapture the House and the Senate, but we need to dominate in the way we need to do that is I think to have a contract with America and have every Republican whether then Oregon, Oklahoma, whether you're in South Carolina or South Dakota to sign on to that. And I think it needs to focus on a few things. One, the economy, inflation, the southern border, energy independence, crime, and then lastly, the culture. And reaffirming our commitment to the constitution and the Bill of Rights. Because I voted for a lot of Republicans since 1980 and I can't tell you how many ones I've been disappointed in case in point most recently in 2020 with Tom tillis in two years before that was Richard burr. Well,
Mike Lindell Has an Important Update on the 2020 Election Steal
"A while. And I want to get, you know, the update, what is going on to help them. So here's where we're at. We have, right now, in two days, we have the judge, has ruled for the first time. That he's going to look at the evidence that they machine evidence, everybody. So this is in Arizona. It was, by the way, it was an Obama appointed judge, and he said, this is the preliminary injunctions, and he said he made a moral a common sense solution. Hey, I'm going to look at the evidence. We are so excited. This is, this is going to change everything. And Eric, I said it before the judges in our country that didn't have courage a year and a half ago are all going to have courage now. We've seen it with the Supreme Court ruined roe V wade. We've seen it in Florida with the nonsense mask thing on the airplanes that brave judge and we've got preliminary injunctions and now this is the first one in Arizona that they said we're going to look at it. Remember, we have Alabama. We have South Dakota waiting, Louisiana, Florida, Texas. We are, this is coming in from one direction, and then we have from the ground up where we have citizens all over the country going to their commissioners saying we can't have these voting machines. We can't have electronics ever in our elections again or we lose our country.
Gov. Kristi Noem: We Have a National Security Crisis to Focus On
"You know we had this hearing going on yesterday and it strikes me governor as a big distraction Listen everybody has said and offered an opinion about what happened on January 6th We've heard about it for a year and a half There's nothing new nothing new came out yesterday the allegations seem to be borderline ridiculous Yet we've got inflation crisis affecting you and your state and immigration crisis even though you're up in South Dakota it's affecting you two We've got the stock market seemingly any day on the verge of a crash We have real problems This is all an enormous ridiculous distraction at this point It is And both sides would agree on that and both of them would say that the left is saying it's favorable for them It keeps us from talking about the real issues We would say can you even believe they're still talking about this I mean it's unbelievable to me what I heard yesterday from some of that testimony You know they're lying You know they're making this up and the press just follows them around gobbled up the headlines It's amazing to me that they cover this This is hearsay None of it is verified It's one 20 year old out there saying stuff and all of a sudden it's national news when we've got people who can't put food on the table They don't have enough money to buy gas to get to work or to protect their kids to their activities It's unbelievable to me that we have a national security crisis going on and we're talking about this still
With Roe v. Wade overturned, here's where things stand with ‘trigger’ laws and pre-Roe bans
"The Supreme Court ruling overturning roe V wade on Friday is expected to lead to abortion bans in roughly half the U.S. states with some already taking effect Missouri became the first state to ban all abortions except in cases of medical emergencies the 12 other states with trigger laws that would effectively ban all our most abortions Arkansas Idaho Kentucky Louisiana Mississippi North Dakota Oklahoma South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah and Wyoming The laws are nuanced depending on the states such as the case in Alabama Arizona and West Virginia All Republican run all sorting through various halts to abortion the court's decision sets up the potential for legal fights between states banning abortion and those not over whether providers and those who help women obtain
Doug Reacts to Tuesday's Primary Results
"The recent elections in on Tuesday's primaries, we had it all over this last week and 7 states, Mississippi included California, South Dakota, others. The big results out of that that I want to share with you are not that surprising. Incumbents across the country are winning. And they're winning in fairly record numbers. And we saw that in Georgia. We've seen it in other places. And even some of those that had thought going in that might have a problem with dusty Johnson up in South Dakota who voted for the January 6th commission incurred the wrath of former president Trump and others who voted for that. One with 59%. Kristi Noem, the great governor of South Dakota. She just blew it out. She won her primary. Looking probably to also win the general election up there easily as well. We did see some interesting results though in Mississippi. We had two sitting congressmen, both get put into runoff. One Michael gass down there was one who also voted for that January 6th commission. He actually is in position to lose that seat. Possibly. And the runoff here in about three weeks. He was out polled by an upstart conservative who is running that race. We'll see what happens as far as endorsements coming through in the Nazi. But also the one that was most interesting to me was state Plaza's race down in south Mississippi, Plaza has been in 6 terms now, representing the southern coast of Mississippi. And he only got 31% of the vote in his race against three or four other folks in sheriff isael down there. Is it 25%? He was in second place. There's a runoff going to be happening now. My understanding is just coming out of this that the. Grouping down there has gotten around he's the other candidates who are in the race, some other elected officials over the grouped around isil and then that is going to be an interesting race. And if that happens, then you could conceivably see two incumbents go down in Mississippi.
"south dakota" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Her marriage It's a story that's both a dive into the history of women's marriage rights and a murder mystery with me to talk about it is the author April white Hi April Hi Tiffany So the one in your piece was named blanche chesbrough She was a young woman living on her own in Brooklyn who basically married for money briefly who did blanche Mary and what prompted her to seek a divorce The blanche never really wanted to marry but she wanted a musical education and to be on the stage and to do that she needed someone to finance it So she ended up marrying a man named Roland Molyneux who was the son of a wealthy family of the commercial aristocracy She was going to be okay with that She liked the life that Roland promised her But very shortly after her fancy honeymoon at the Waldorf Astoria she woke up to news that her husband was wanted for murder One of the people he was suspected of murdering was a former lover of blanche's And she sat through two separate trials The first time he was convicted the second time he was acquitted and right after he was acquitted and blanche realized that she was going to be married to a man she thought to be a murderer she left New York for Sioux Falls South Dakota And what year is that And what year is that That's 1902 So talk to me about women's rights A specifically around getting a divorce at that time obviously she thought she was going to be married to a murder She wanted to get out of it But still women didn't have a lot of rights in this area right So every state had different divorce laws that would allow you to divorce for different reasons And the laws were the same for both men and women but women needed divorces more They needed the legal separation that a man could simply walk away and not worry about the legitimacy or his of his children or his rights to his wealth So more women in this era sought divorces In New York unfortunately for blanche there was only one reason that you could get a divorce And that was for adultery and you had to have proof How do you think blanche's privilege helped her Or did it It absolutely helped her So blanche's solution to getting a divorce was to leave New York for Sioux Falls South Dakota where women went to join something called the divorce colony Basically just a whole bunch of socialites who had gone out to South Dakota to get easier access to divorce And to do that took money blanche hadn't come from money but she had married into it and she had more wealth than most and was able to take this step So what I hear you saying is that there might have been in this divorce colony women from other parts of the country as well Rich women Yeah women from Boston from Washington D.C. from Chicago We even saw women coming from London and other places overseas although that was even more tentatively legal than those who were coming from other places in the United States And why South Dakota Throughout the history of the United States you sort of always had the most permissive divorce laws on the western edge of the country South Dakota when it became a state had pretty short residency requirements And that was lower than a lot of other places in the country Fascinating April thank you so much for joining us Thank you April whites article escape from the gilded cage is the first in our subway reads series featuring meteor essays and articles that are perfect for a long commute It's in the June issue of Smithsonian magazine and it's an excerpt from her forthcoming book The divorce colony how women revolutionized marriage and found freedom on the American frontier.
GOP incumbents face House primaries in Democratic California
"Primary elections are taking place in California Iowa Mississippi Montana New Jersey New Mexico and South Dakota today A sleight of Republican U.S. House members in heavily democratic California is facing primary challengers in races that will help determine control of Congress Two of the incumbents are trying to surmount challenges tied to former president Trump one voted to support his impeachment after the capital insurrection the other fought against it in Montana former interior secretary Ryan zinke is competing against several other Republicans for a chance to capture a new U.S. House district in Iowa trio of Republicans are jockeying to take on the state's loan democratic U.S. House member in a newly drawn district with a stronger GOP tilt and in Mississippi Republican congressman Steven Palazzo is running for reelection after an ethics watchdog raised questions about his campaign spending I'm Julie Walker
It's Primary Day Across 7 States Today
"It's primary day in America, primary elections in 7 states could have helped set the stage for the midterms. A string of Republican House incumbents, according to the New York Post, are contending with challenges from the political right you got, of course, California, the Democrat fortress, but there are some house races in California, which are some of the most competitive in the country. Iowa, you got a battle there, Mississippi, Montana, a dozen House districts on the ballot in New Jersey, New Mexico, South Dakota, and whatever happens, it all seems like we are poised to have a return to some semblance of normalcy. Come November the
Primary elections Tuesday for seats that could decide House control
"7 states hold primary races tomorrow was 78 House seats on those ballots Voters are headed to the ballot box to set the field for November primaries are being held Tuesday in California Iowa Mississippi Montana New Jersey New Mexico and South Dakota No incumbent governors or senators appear to be an imminent danger but primary season is shaping up to be a challenging one for House Democrats with midterm elections typically punishing the party holding The White House State legislators have put a stamp on newly drawn House districts north of Los Angeles three Democrats are vying to take on freshman House member Mike Garcia a former navy pilot endorsed by president Trump whose district was redrawn with a more democratic profile In Iowa three Republicans are competing to run against Cindy axne Iowa's lone U.S. House Democrat her Des Moines district was redrawn to include rural southern counties that have been strongly Republican Montana has outed population and
NRA says it is "committed to making schools secure" and Texas convention will still go on
"Three days after the horrific school shooting and you've all been Texas former president Donald Trump will headline at the National Rifle Association's annual convention in Houston It's a memorial weekend event build as a Texas sized celebration of freedom firearms in the NRA with 14 acres of guns and gear Leaders say attendees will reflect on the school shooting and pledged to redouble their commitment to making schools secure Texas senator Ted Cruz and South Dakota governor Kristi Noem are expected to speak Texas governor Greg Abbott who was slated to attend will instead address the convention by pre recorded video Democrat beto o'rourke who's running for governor says he'll be attending protests outside the convention center Some speakers and performers have dropped out Texas senator John cornyn and congressman Dan Crenshaw are no longer attending and country singer Larry gatlin said he's come to believe background checks would be a step in the right direction NRA member Gary Francis traveled from Wisconsin to attend the meeting He said he opposes any gun control regulations in response to the shooting what happened there is obviously tragic
The W.H.O. and a Fire Alarm for American Sovereignty
"Now the immediate significance of all this outside of just kind of a rather enjoyable monologue that I'm making right now, at least I'm enjoying it about how beautiful the U.S. Constitution is right now, the beginning stages of the erosion of individual sovereignty and state sovereignty and national sovereignty is going to be put in jeopardy. The World Health Organization, the highly corrupt World Health Organization. Is going to be meeting in Geneva Switzerland in the coming days post Davos to make official the complete elimination of American based sovereignty. America has the ability to make their own health decisions as it is today. But this proposed declaration from the World Health Organization would basically remove all sovereignty from the American citizens and put them in the hands of international. Unelected, World Health Organization, bureaucrats. Bill Gates, for example, contributes much of the WHO budget. This would completely put into jeopardy. A future Florida a South Dakota when it comes to a
Rankings: Which States Handled COVID the Best?
"Who handled COVID the best? Who handled the Fauci virus the best what states were the ones that were able to withstand the damage both with death, education, businesses. So there's a study out of the national bureau for economic research. And based on this article and I'm reading a little bit into this, but not too much. It seems as if they did a blended metric where they put death rates, business closures, education outputs all into one. So they didn't just do death rates. They didn't just do case rates. They didn't just do business. They put it all into one. How they weighed it, I don't know. But it seems to be a very non partisan group. It doesn't seem to be as if this is a partisan. So what the national bureau for economic research came out and said, is they ranked what states did best in response to the Fauci virus. The national bureau of economic research is an American private nonprofit research organization tied to the MIT and Harvard, the Massachusetts institute for technology and Harvard. So this is as nonpartisan as it's going to get. Okay? The state they say that did the best, despite their ridiculous politicians, but they have great people. Utah. Second best South Dakota. Remember governor Kristi Noem was just attacked from every direction for her response to the virus. Then interestingly, Vermont, which I could be an outlier, I don't know how they responded to a lot of different things. Also a very rural state. So that's something to think about. Then Montana led wonderfully by our friend and supporter of turning point USA governor gianforte, then number 5, ah. No, I'm sorry. No, number two is Nebraska. I got myself messed up. Number two is Nebraska led by governor ricketts number 5 was Kristi Noem. Sorry I was going through this too quickly. And yes, I do know the difference between Nebraska and South Dakota. And then number 6 Ron DeSantis, number 7 New Hampshire,
"south dakota" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"President Biden and Chinese president Xi will meet tomorrow Biden will try to determine whether China is planning to help Russia during the ongoing invasion I'm Brian shook This is Bloomberg law with June grosso from Bloomberg radio Last month South Dakota governor Kristi Noem signed a bill that bans transgender women and girls in the state schools and universities from participating in school sports leagues that match their gender identity Now we will make sure that we have fairness and a level playing field for female athletes here in the state of South Dakota the K12 level and at the university level Texas governor Greg Abbott ordered the state's department of family service to investigate gender affirming care for minors as child abuse and aura that's been put on hold by a judge Conservative lawmakers across the country have introduced measures that target trans and non binary youth from their right to play sports to their right to get gender affirming care or even use the bathroom Here's transgender activists Eden rose Torres The people that have never had to think about their gender identity That is such a privilege Because those of us that have had to think about it the reason is is because we don't fit in to the two boxes that society has given us Male or female The American civil liberties union is taking the lead in many of these cases fighting for transgender rights and one lawyer is leading the ACLU's fight Chase Stan Gio Bloomberg legal reporter Eric Larson did a profile on Stan Gio Eric to withstand Gio's work in context it seems like we're hearing a lot more about cases where transgender rights are increasingly under attack That's true There are dozens of bills that have been proposed in state houses around the country just this year at least a couple dozen that speak to restrict essentially activities for trends use whether it related to playing in sports or various healthcare measures a gender affirming healthcare measures happening kind of all across the country clearly it's an issue that conservatives and Republicans have jumped on right now So it's similar to the way we've seen a lot of other similar bills back in the day against same sex marriage and things like that So it's just seems to be what they're focusing on right now So tell us about chase strange geo and ACLU lawyer Yeah so I noticed that in a lot of these cases that the ACLU had been filing challenging some of these laws that chase strange's name was coming up He has been at the ACLU for several years He oversees the ACLU's legal response to trans issues but doesn't mean he's working on every single case or arguing in court in all of them but he's overseeing broadly what is going on and he is also personally working on several of those cases as well in court And protecting trends rights is personal for him Yeah he came out as trans in law school He told me about the long process that he went through before coming to this realization and decided that trends rights were something that he needed to focus on for his career So he went to law school eventually came out and worked at a few organizations that focused on LGBTQ rights and then found himself but it has to ACLU and lived in New York and queens is 39 He is co parenting a 9 year old and has been working from home during the pandemic and fighting this legal battle at the same time Yeah so he's been leading the charge against an order from the governor of Texas which directed the state agency to investigate parents or doctors who provide gender affirming care for minors And this has become a huge issue And did he argue it there How much has he worked on that He didn't do the arguments because they had the ACLU of Texas had a lawyer there in court and we were able to watch that hearing over Zoom on Friday when the decision was handed down granting the injunction against that rule that you just mentioned blocking the state from enforcing that rule while the litigation proceeds So while he was not there in court he is broadly overseeing the ACLU's legal response to it And as you said this is a huge deal There have been a lot of these anti trans bills that are being challenged you know chase is working on one case in Idaho challenging that state's law banning girls and women from school sports that they're trans And another case in Arkansas that bans gender affirming care for minors So she's working on that case as well But I think what really made this Texas rule And what's not even a law by the way it just the governor Greg Abbott issued a directive ordering the state agencies to interpret existing law in such a way that the gender affirming care is child abuse So it wasn't even a new law He's just a directive but it got a lot of attention across the country because it had a new element where it's basically telling the state to investigate families for child abuse So it's not just trying to ban gender affirming care It's saying anything investigate families for child abuse if they look into it or try it He told you that besides the record number of bills being introduced and passing the breath of the cruelty keeps increasing I think that what he was getting at there is that when they started to target the.
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"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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"Zeke couldn't get any worse until tuesday. Almost no one outside of facebook knows what happens inside of facebook. The company intentionally hides vital information from the public from the us government and from governments around the world. I believe facebook's products harm children stoke division and weaken our democracy. The company's leadership knows how to make facebook and instagram saver but won't make the necessary changes because they have put their astronomical profits before people. Here's the context. There was a spicy hearing on capitol hill this week. When facebook whistleblower francis hogan told lawmakers. Just how bad she thinks face behavior really is how can also the one who released private internal documents to the wall street journal and this week she spilled more to lawmakers alleging that the company does the bare minimum to remove misinformation and harmful content that facebook execs valued prophets above basically everything else like safety and user privacy that facebook has double down on trying to convert young people to its platforms despite knowingly promoting anorexia content and other harmful material that different countries like iran and china used facebook to spy on people. Oh and that. Facebook contributed to the january six riot at the capitol. That's quite a list. But as any of that bad behavior actually illegal how can did allege that facebook broke the law by hiding research about its ability to cause harm from investors and the public and she's now reportedly filed eight complaints with the sec. Hoping the financial regulator will peak under facebook's hood but beyond that it also looks like denson. Republicans are pretty united in wanting to regulate the tech giant proposed legislative solutions could include revising law called section. Two thirty which essentially shields internet companies from being responsible for what users post another proposed. Bipartisan measure would reportedly allow citizens to sue social media companies for the harm. They cause still thanks to schoolhouse rock. We know how long it takes for a bill to become a law on capitol hill. So we're not holding our breath next up we're heading to texas where a federal judge has blocked the state's new antiabortion la. The context here is important a few weeks ago the doj asked federal judge in texas to put a temporary hold on the near total ban on abortion that went into effect last month and this week that judge said yeah this has gotta stop. He called the law and aggressive scheme to rob citizens of their constitutional right to get an abortion. So now the laws on hold kind've technically those who've been afraid to get an abortion now have a window of opportunity to get medical care but there are reports that doctors could still be wary providing an abortion because the judges ban is only temporary plus the texas attorney general has already filed an appeal to the same circuit court that approved the whole abortion ban in the first place so that window of opportunity may end up being pretty slim and our final headline league of nearly twelve million financial documents. These are called. The pandora papers have revealed where many world leaders and other wealthy figures are allegedly hiding their billions from tax authorities. Okay rich people doing sketchy suffered. Their money is nothing new. But what is new. Is that some unexpected places in the us have been revealed to be some of the biggest tax havens in the world. Step aside tropical islands or the swiss alps. Hello mount rushmore. The pandora papers revealed that south dakota and honorable mention states like texas and florida had become some of the top tax havens for rich people to hide their money. That's mostly done using things called trusts which are protected by super favorable tax laws in the state like no income tax or no estate.
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"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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"You'll has that latest book. Dylan i know you. Yeah people know you hear and that's a good thing again on the other side of that if you want to be left alone you're left alone but most people enjoy that i there's a there's a funny story and i don't know how much time do we have left to play here. I can do this for. I can do this all day but there. There is a couple that this is a real story. This happened about ten years ago in a town. North of me. And i won't say the town because i don't wanna make a new civic. There were two kids who are running a meth house making meth. It turned into a meth factory and they got arrested but they got arrested because they didn't understand rural america. They didn't understand small town life. They were from downtown. They were lived in minneapolis. Which city of five million all by itself. yeah so they live in libya minneapolis. They moved to the small town of under three hundred people and they rented this house and they started cooking meth and they pretty much stay to themselves and talk much piscataway left. Now go to the gas station. Then people would say out and they wouldn't answer and kind of this lady uppity way of being things have people have on their in a large city. And it's not intentional. It's just the way it is and i've got. I've got one more thing to say about that. When i finish system the fact that they did not understand. Rural america is what got them busted because they had gotten purchased the local newspaper. For some reason. I don't know why but they did and out here in rural america kid on a the rides around and puts newspapers on people's porches. Wow so this kid is riding long on his bicycle that he goes by this house and it's got a funny smell to it. So he goes home. He tells his dad he says. I don't know what's going on here. I think maybe somebody died is a smell is awful so the dad calls the sheriff the sheriff by the house and busted for running a meth house. Now how did they get busted. They don't understand rural america. They've done in coffee in the morning and said hello to people stopped at. The gas station chatted for a few minutes. Maybe even go to church once or twice it get to know the neighbors and introduce themselves stand outside chat for a few minutes with a guy walking down if that had happened in the kid through the newspaper and he smells something funny. Wilhelma told his dad. That's something smells funny and not house. Dad would call the house and said. Hey you guys okay. There's a funny smell coming out of your house. And they got out of dodge before the sheriff showed up. They didn't understand. America they just don't understand that's just the way it is..
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"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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"Decided to write fiction and i started out with my first novel for those who are listening reaching behind me thinking of a book. First novel i wrote was fly over county play on words for flyover country book. Wow there's a story behind that to me. I one wow. This was my first novel. The reason it became that way. As i took this man and woman. June webber and her two children do children slump them out of what i called fairview which is a town much like warminster or one of those and plunk them in a little thin town. That i made up here called helen. South dakota south dakota has a howard a henry and hazel already. So i figured they could use ellen right in south dakota of about three hundred people right in that neighborhood so plunk them down in the reason. The book is so long as from the time. Plunked down which happens in about page one hundred fifty. I take them to an entire year of culture. Shock i take them through every season they take them through july through the july. Fourth parades and take them through all the different things that go on out here. The state fair you know the state fair is an amazing thing for somebody who lives in middle america. Yeah there's nothing like it. I don't think on either coast because the state the population is so heavy that you can't have a homey feeling at a state fair in new jersey even pennsylvania. You just don't know at california is. Joe is ridiculous Just the way you're going to put that many millions of people in a state fair at more people show up. I think at the state. Fair and south dakota job in california so i took i took them and i i i rapped entire year round. I haven't got my main character lost in his own backyard and the white out of a blizzard and it was a fenced in yard. So i did some fun stuff but appel a little bit about this just to give you this. This is culture. They pull into town they go into this. They have a. They have reservations at this motel but they booked on the phone book online. 'cause nobody had that saw he walks in office store which is unlocked and he hollers. And there's no answer.
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"They apologize. Took them so long to come over to say hello because they had to bake the cookies ray and the rules work with a small town too if you live in if you live in new jersey are even where you do live near philadelphia if you're going to go away for two weeks you don't tell us salt. It's thought the mail you stop the newspaper of the actually get newspapers anymore. You stop everything you leave lights on and off on timers and you'll go through all of this stuff to make sure everybody thinks you're all out here if you're going to leave you tell your neighbors. Hi i'm going to be gone for a couple of weeks. Can you keep an eye on out so sure no problem you know and key de that. You don't have a key. I know people haven't locked their houses in in twenty years and i have no idea where the housekeepers. Wow wow just because you know if you lock the house then. Somebody couldn't if there was a problem. Now the it's twisted it's the other way around. Everything is there is a respect of property here. There's a respect of people. Well i remember growing up in mary philadelphia and we didn't lock our doors. Way back like in the sixties and seventies while once they fifties and sixties and fifty six. We didn't lock the doors. Then i guess in the seventies we started locking doors. But before we didn't this is this is boomer so i can say this. I tried this with a with a podcast. A couple of weeks ago. It was a younger crowd and this missed a have a friend of mine. Who at one. Time was the chief of staff to the governor of the state of south dakota. And i called him and i said there's a billboard coming out of minnesota on interstate ninety. That comes into south. Dakota is that you need to put a message on that billboard. He says what the message should i put on that. I said very simple. Welcome to south dakota. june cleaver still lives here. Yup we all we boomers do know june cleaver yup younger ones. Not at all probably a few maybe here and our but mostly not and that's the way it is here. It's just if you move into a small town.
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"Afford that either. So i gotta find someplace where cost of living is lower so i looked down in alabama and central tennessee away from the cities and my wife. Kyw bosch to said you're not gonna move to a place. That's that humid and that buggy. You know i was thinking about tennessee to move to. So i guess i need to do more exploring because if it's human buggy i have that up here already because i live right outside of philadelphia very familiar with new jersey as well so I spent seven years of my career at willow grove so that you know where that is for folks listening. Just north of the city of philadelphia. Anyway i got looking again. I couldn't get anywhere with nebraska to. I took one step north and i looked at south dakota and back and i'm gonna use my hands here for the people that are on audio. I'm going to have to say my fingers about an eighth of an inch part back in two thousand four. The internet was about this big and get a fourteen point. Four moments of rapid. You know pages came up and under a minute was delightful that i started surfing around the internet. And i and. I looked at south dakota and i looked at the populations and i decided to use huron south dakota which is the fourth largest city in the state with a population of under fifteen thousand but it is the fourth largest city in the stay. I use that as my anchor point. And i drew thirty minutes circle basically around it and i started shopping. Why huron because. I figured it was big enough to have grocery stores hardware stores on the convenience that i need a lumber yard or the things that i would need at huron had that everything but haberdasher and since i didn't wanna wear a suit anymore work by so i found this gorgeous. Now i have to tell you i i..
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This friday in theaters and on hulu. And we're back and let's talk about the latest crisis at the border currently being manufactured by republicans. Yeah it's it's their favorite thing to do. If you feel like you need to get the base your nativist. Xenophobic racist base going. There's no better thing to do than create a spectacle at the border and you know right now biden. His you know grappling with his own immigration policy like one where like on paper it looks more humane but when you really dig in like how do you actually get asylum though because this looks har- even though when you the rule seem more humane. It seems like that getting access to that seems very difficult. So how does this work sir. Get all that aside there right now. The republicans are really. They're going to their trustee border things since the catch all boogeyman to just start by saying like you know again. When the republicans are in power they use crises at the border to justify their inhumane treatment of people who are seeking asylum or just a better life when democrats are empowered it. Suddenly they're used the border to be like. Joe biden is sixty nine with the federal dealers of ms thirteen. And that's why our kids are overdose. Hang and this is where they're at right now. On the trending episode. We talked about how. The governor of south dakota kristi nome sent fifty national guardsmen to the border to help quote unquote the texas government because the narrative is like the federal government's nowhere to be seen. What do we do. And we just found out that. This whole stunt from christie nome was being funded by a huge gop donor. We saw that when everyone said. How is this working like. How are you moving these troops. It said through a private donation that private donation comes from a wealthy like a millionaire junk yard owner from tennessee. And that's that's what we have now and now meanwhile rhonda santa's is also wanting to show how dumb he can be ignored the facts of an issue and now he sending his own people. Because you can't get out trumped by kristi nome. He's sending fifty officers from fish and wildlife conservation highway patrol and the department of law forcement. Hell yeah. I love to fish people. Those send a fish people to suit mexicans this dog on work out perfectly for everybody. I love that. It's a billionaire junkyard owner. Like they're just they are russia your business. They're in the business of mad. Max like thunderdome like they're just like get us there. That's that's where we thrive astra black toast apocalyptic wasteland. I don't i don't understand. You said north dakota south dakota which dakota south dakota so in my mind and maybe i'm an ignorant person. I'm absolutely ignorant person but one of the things that that at least seems logical to me is. If i'm the the governor of south dakota i would want more states to get fucked up so that people could come to south dakota like go so right right make make everything else. Get even and then. Suddenly south dakota looks like a better option. Why are you competing to keep texas safe you idiot. Oh just let it tank and then be like. Hey you know tank we. Have you know if you wanna talk about mistreatment of indigenous people. Checkout south dakota through. You're gonna love it here. We've got her own brown thing going on up here guy you gotta try this thing so that the the wacky thing about this you too is. They're saying in their sending all these people law enforcement national guardsmen and more than anything on every time there's a press release about this they all say for operational security we will not say the exact number of people the units involved where they're going to be or what their mission is so a lot of people like yeah way hold out what the fuck are they gonna do exactly down their leg because you know. There's a lot of border to cover and of sending a hundred people. Are they each covering one hundred eighty miles a person that they're gonna be looking at on their own so when they were asked specifically when they ask. The governor's office in florida like what they were going to be doing. A spokesman said quote we are enforcing immigration laws and quote officers will be investigating criminal activity associated with human smuggling drugs and weapons smuggling. This is why we aren't able to provide specific details on numbers and locations. So they can make sure. I think one of the people said bad guys so the bad guys don't know what run where we're like going to be operating. Its i think when you start looking at the reason it's all nothing it's all paper where all just spectacle the further you get from like. They've found in in studies that like the politics around. The border league in border towns are much less hardline than they are like when you get further inland and like that keeps going all the fucking way up to south dakota like wears just like they don't. They don't know any immigrate immigrants so like it doesn't bother them to just treat them like quote bag guys from from movies and i think if you add in the language of criminals and bad guys in an all these suggestions of drug and rape then you start to make associations that satisfied the need either way like. I don't want drugs in my community. I don't want rapist near my family so like yeah go get them. If.
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"Baltimore Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has denied corruption charges as his trial resumes in Jerusalem. He was in the pool room for only about 20 minutes, where he entered his plea of not guilty. The panel of three judges that is sitting in the case against him. Mr Netanyahu is accused of accepting lavish gifts from wealthy friends, Things like pink, champagne and cigars, also of seeking favorable regulation. It's the media tycoons in exchange for more positive news coverage about him. BBC correspondent Your London No reporting their South Dakota judge tossing out a voter approved constitutional amendment legalizing recreational marijuana. Voters said yes to the amendment in November despite opposition from the governor. Administration supported a legal challenge from two law enforcement officers breaking news and analysis of town hall dot com. Says HLA is set to accept Bitcoin for its cars has stockpiled and eye opening $1.5 billion of digital currency Bitcoin and will soon begin accepting Bitcoin is payment for its electric vehicles move revealed. In a filing with the SEC that is correspondent Can Norman Ah federal judge dismissing most of the claims in the lawsuit filed by Whole Foods market employees who alleged the supermarket chain discriminated and retaliated against them, but it barred them from wearing black lives Matters face covering. More than two dozen currents and former workers from 11 stores say that whole foods violated federal law that bars discrimination based on race, But a judge says, because the company did not single out the workers based on race. It did not discriminate. Or the story's, a town hall dot com Wcbm Baltimore.
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"The South Dakota courts, He says there have been inconsistent rulings on whether a person can change the sex marker on their birth certificate. It's not a hate bill. I approached this whole process with great humility. Records from the state's judicial system show that since 2015, about a dozen South Dakotans have sought to change the sex designation on their birth certificate. Of those two were denied. Deutsche wants to make the law clear and consistent that transgender people cannot change their birth certificate. In order to maintain the integrity of vital records. Sex develops very early. When the GAM eats meat. In the embryo logic process. And it's unchangeable. Sex cannot be changed. Just on a basis of confusion of terms. This bill is incredibly flawed. And Dylan Schneider of Sioux Falls, South Dakota is a counselor who has worked with transgender youth and adults since 1992. There's not a clear understanding in the Legislature. About how sex and gender are related and what we know and when we know the bill defines sex as the biological and physiological characteristics genetically determined that conception and generally recognizable at birth. Dilenschneider says fetal sex and gender development is more complex than that and can't always be seen at birth. So just like with a child who's intersex who we cannot tell on the outside, we actually are presuming sex on everybody who's born and we need to wait to see The A. C L U of South Dakota says it will sue the state of the bill becomes law. It says the bill is discriminatory and violates the equal protection clause and the First Amendment. It's not clear what kind of support the bill will get in the Senate. But just today, House Republicans introduced one more bill that would limit high school girls sports teams to those born female for NPR news. I'm least roop injure in Pierre, South Dakota..