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Judge Dismisses Gun Charge Against Kyle Rittenhouse

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:08 min | 2 weeks ago

Judge Dismisses Gun Charge Against Kyle Rittenhouse

"All kinds of news coming out already of the closing arguments in the Kyle rittenhouse trial, breaking now on the Mike Gallagher show. The judge has dismissed a count of possession of a dangerous weapon by a person under 18. Now it had been only a misdemeanor, but it appeared to be among the likeliest to net a conviction for the prosecutors, according to the Minneapolis star tribune. I've been hearing for weeks. Well, they're going to get them on the gun charge at least, well, no, the prosecutors conceded in court that rittenhouse's rifle was not short barreled. Because Wisconsin's statute has an exception that cleared rittenhouse, and again, that exception involves whether or not a rifle or shotgun is short barreled, prosecutors conceded that it was not short barreled, the judge, moments ago, dismissed the charge, so it's a huge, huge break for Kyle rittenhouse. Jerry is about to hear closing arguments and we'll see what

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Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Awarded Pulitzer Special Citation

Mark Levin

00:35 sec | 6 months ago

Teen Who Recorded George Floyd's Murder Awarded Pulitzer Special Citation

"The teen who filmed the death of George Floyd has received a special journalism on Earth Pulitzer Prizes Awards a special citation to Darnell A. Fraser, the teen who pulled out her cell phone and began filming last year, Police arresting George Floyd video that was used in the murder conviction of former officer Derek Shobin. The Minneapolis Star Tribune also wins the breaking news Pulitzer for its reporting following Floyd's, killing the Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, first awarded in 1917 and are considered the fields most prestigious honor in the U. S.

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Prince's ashes to be displayed marking 5th year of his death

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

Prince's ashes to be displayed marking 5th year of his death

"Some fans of prince will mark the fifth anniversary of his death in a unique way back in two thousand six when Paisley park first opened as a museum officials put prince's ashes on display in the middle of an atrium of the complex that the musician called both his home and office but his family objected to that so the urn was moved from public view the ashes will be back on display April twenty first one fourteen hundred people will be invited in by invitation only to see the there are seventy slots available with twenty people coming in for each shift the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports there will be no regulatory is that day prince was fifty seven when he died of an accidental fentanyl overdose on April twenty first twenty sixteen I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Any time from the Star Tribune. A gunman with a history of threatening medical workers, was arrested after opening fire in a Buffalo Minnesota health clinic yesterday, killing one person, wounding for others. Gregory Paul Ulrich 67 was jailed after the shootings. Stunned and lock down parts of the community 40 Miles west northwest of the twin cities just before 11 A.m.. Authorities have not released the name of the victim, who died at H CMC in Minneapolis after being taken by ambulance from the scene. At the line of Health Clinic on Crosswords campus drive. Three other people remained in critical condition. A man who roomed with all Rick has recently as July told The Star Tribune that are, Rick had binged on painkillers and was irate at a doctor who would not prescribe more. He was a longtime resident. Buffalo had multiple contacts with law enforcement dating back to 2003 had a history of being unhappy with the health care he received again. And there's so many police reports show he had made threats of a mass shooting at the clinic in October of 2018 and doctor told authorities that all Rick had talked about shooting, blowing things up and Practicing different scenarios of how to get revenge. He told authorities that he had just been telling the doctor about his dreams and wouldn't actually do anything. According to the report mentioned having medication issues after after back surgeries, citing his history, authorities said they were confident that he acted alone. The history have with this individual makes it most likely that this incident was targeted at that facility or someone at that facility, and that's certainly what it seemed like early on in the day, you know, given the details that that emerged about how He had essentially surrendered immediately. You know upon upon this occurring like almost even before law enforcement had got he called law enforcement himself on Dis is a really tragic situation and looking at this guy's history. What we've been able to learn about it so far. I mean, I keep coming back to there were Multiple points in this guy's life, where there were opportunities to intervene or help or get some treatment or anything like that. And maybe they were. Maybe they were made in the guy refused. You know, there's there's only so much you can do. You cannot force these types of things onto people. But this was clearly just Ah, really troubled, troubled individual who I That doesn't seem like it had to get to this point. As news of the shooting and arrest to spread through the central Minnesota community, his longtime neighbors at a local mobile home park were grappling with the revelations that a man they all knew, and many try to avoid. Might be responsible before we get into some more details here. Obviously struck close to home for you, Sam. Yeah. When I saw the story, I was like what It's a buffalo is like what? Yeah. You expected things like this to happen? It was really bizarre. When I got a news alert for this, and I started getting a ton of messages and schools went into lockdown. And there's a day care right next door. Not quite right next door, just down the street that also went in a lockdown. I'm super familiar with this clinic. Drive past it every day. I've been there. That's where I got my covert tests. I know people that work there. I know people that were shot yesterday. And so this is a really visit are feeling right now. To be talking about the story and to have been following it yesterday, and I just kind of found myself obsessing about it all day long, So that was tough. It was super hard. This is our community, and Buffalo has grown into a pretty big town compared to what it used to be, But everybody kind of knows each other. It's still has that small town feeling so everyone in Buffalo at least has a connection to someone who was At that clinic yesterday. So it's just been a really bizarre feeling, and it just like it feels like it's surrounding because everyone is posting about it talking about it, and it's definitely a scary feeling. Yeah, I mean, when hits close to home like that, you know, it's really everybody. Everybody either was directly impacted in some fashion or knows somebody who was directly impacted in that area. That was while this was going on yesterday, my wife was a mile away. You know the whole time, you know, and then in her workplace got locked down and kind of, you know no one in no one out and be On that, you know, According her, you wouldn't have known anything unusual was going on beyond those precautions being taken, but to have it how it is a very, very odd and surreal feeling to have this happen, and I'm in Delhi. No, just you know a town next door and my wife was there and that it's really close to home. And you know, you don't know, having never never been so personally attached and close to something. Like this, even though you know I'm still a couple degrees separated. It is. It is an odd and surreal and really melancholy feeling well, and with every single one of these types of Stories that into becoming national stories that are complicated issues such as this, we end up going through every single time, the same motions and the same conversations that don't ever lend themselves to action, actually doing something about the issue or the problem. Same thing applies when it comes to same thing applies when it comes to what happened on January 6 we should be having. We should have had a conversation. We still have some having conversation about all the different facets that involved the group of individuals, everybody that made of those individuals that stormed into the capital on that day. We didn't do that. We've got a ridiculous impeachment thing happening here. You have a similar circumstance where we should be having conversations. There's a number of different angles that will talk about the drug aspect, part of it. The threatening part of it, which I find really fascinating given how vocally was over threatening and the silencing that we've seen of so many individuals and the thought police that's out there right now. You know, And ultimately, as I said, before, I'm gonna continue to beat this drum. You can't adequately stop a person who decides they no longer respect the sanctity of life..

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Indigenous people fight oil development

Native America Calling

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Indigenous people fight oil development

"This is national native news on tonio. Gonzales which people are seeking to stop development in the coastal plain of the arctic national wildlife refuge in alaska a sacred place foundation of their culture and way of life though seeking to protect the area are concerned about caribou other wildlife and the environment bernadette dementia with which is steering committee. This week in a statement said they'll never stop fighting equal you know. We don't allow anybody to tell us how to live to do this week. In federal court tribal plaintiffs represented by the native american rights fund sought a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction to prohibit the trump administration from approving seismic exploration and issuing leases in the coastal plain proposed to begin in january supporters of the sale including politicians seek jobs revenue and energy independence in minnesota indigenous and environmental groups are continuing to demonstrate near the mississippi river in aken county opposing construction of the end bridge line. Three pipeline this week. Nearly two dozen people were arrested. The star tribune reports indigenous and environmental groups have been giving daily updates on social media showing people standing in the way of construction including tree-sitters saying they're protecting the water and the environment they're calling on the state's governor and president elect joe biden to stop line three. The company says replacement of the oil pipeline is in dire need supporters. seek jobs and economic boost. Regulators approve the final permit on december first indigenous and environmental groups and some minnesota tribes are seeking court action as construction is expected to ramp up tribes across the country are continuing to receive cova. Nineteen vaccines this week. Five red lake tribal council members of minnesota volunteered to be the first to get the vaccine on wednesday red lake hospital. Healthcare workers will begin to receive vaccines along with staff and elders at the nursing home. Tribal leaders are working with the hospital. On vaccine plans for tribal citizens as they become available other tribal leaders are also volunteering to be among the first in their communities to receive a covid nineteen vaccine when dina league would chair of the white mountain apache tribe in arizona was vaccinated this week on wednesday. She said she feels fine. Other than a sore arm academic pueblo in new mexico began covid nineteen vaccine shots for healthcare workers. Wednesday the mescalero apache tribe in new mexico. Receive vaccines in the afternoon to vaccinate doctors nurses and other hospital staff president gave aguilar encouraged the community in a video message urging people to stay vigilant in taking precautions as they anticipate to get vaccines for the community in early. Twenty twenty one of the community. We came together. you know. we're not. We're not done yet. But i'm very proud because our numbers show for it. We're we're all doing our part to stay home. Our numbers dropping. You know for a for a few days in october numbers were like twenty a day. I think for this out to summit two a day maybe five you know. I'll be more thankful when he home. Zero tribal health programs. Urban indian organizations are getting the vaccine through the indian health service or states more than three hundred programs are on the ihs cove nineteen distribution list according to the indian health service tribes in alaska are working with the state. The tannen not chiefs conference in fairbanks alerted the community wednesday. The pfizer vaccine arrived and was being put in a freezer to store until ready for distribution.

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Coronavirus infection rates continue to rise in the U.S.

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

08:53 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus infection rates continue to rise in the U.S.

"I would like to start by introducing you to nikki. tomlinson nikki. Tomlinson is an icu. Nurse at great plains health which is in north platte nebraska. At one point in time we had a physician here that everybody knew really well known him for a long time. Then a family doctor for a long time. That was my lowest point I still get teary thinking about it That i've been a nursing for twenty years and that was actually my breaking point. I when he didn't make it i had to. I already had some time off scheduled in that couldn't come at a better time I couldn't get through the next day of work without breaking down for an hour Our every hour was that was probably my darkest time at work. My darkest time over and my last twenty years of nursing so that was a. I was hard and then seeing some other family and friends come in That have fought this. That have beat this. That are scared along the way and other patients. That just aren't making it. I've never seen anything like cova. There's i we don't we just don't know enough about it. We learn new things every day and it seems like things change every day and i it. Just that's the one thing. That's constant about covid fluctuate senate changes and we just learn new things all the time. And that's what makes it scary. I've been a nurse for twenty years. And i've never experienced out like this. It's we're working. Extra shifts were working. We do great as a team but the the stress the emotional stress the physical stress that it is putting on us being there for the patients. Which is what we got into nursing. Four we're the only ones that can be there for some of these patients that most emotional stress losing them. is just. I've never experienced anything like it before. So the emotional and the physical stress. It's exhausting absolutely exhausting. I don't know how we are getting through it. We are but. I don't know how what i'm thankful for right now. During all this time is my health. My fellow coworkers health and my family know my family understanding how many how i have to work the long hours and not always be home during all of this And adapting to a can't touch mommy when you get home or to run and take a shower and And their health. I just hope it continues. But she's thankful for is her own health and the fact that her family doesn't have this. The family hasn't gotten it and she hopes that continues. That's what she's thankful for. Last night. i talked here about my own experience being home in quarantine. I tested negative. But i've been taking care of my partner. Susan while she sick i just wanna say to. Everybody reached out and was so nice. Response it was overwhelming. Actually was really kind. It was had to pick a word. I would say it was boolean to me and susan. So thank you everybody. But you know susan i will be are going to be okay. We are coming out of this. She is coming out of that. She is going to recover the people who i'm really worried about. I'm thinking about even as we're going through our own experiences beyond everybody who's sick and suffering right now. Susan has been these past couple of weeks beyond the eighty thousand plus americans who are in the hospital right now with kovic. The most we've ever had mean beyond the people who are suffering directly themselves trying to fight for their lives with this thing that people are really worried about the healthcare workers who are all over the country right now. We're staring down both barrels of this without the kind of support that they had in the spring when this all started with this now just tidal wave of cases and hospitalizations and deaths all coming down on them directly and personally in a way that does not feel sustainable in terms of them being able to keep doing it and terms of keeping them back stop keeping them supplied keeping them at work keeping the american health system open and able to function so frankly not to be too blunt about it but so save abol people can be saved. That's what i'm worried about. Is our health workers right now in the strain on them this many months into it with things. This bad right now i mean. Here's the front page. Today of the atlanta journal constitution. And you see the mix there right. I mean politically. Of course the big news out of georgia is that georgia. This is this morning's papers. They finish their recount. Yesterday showed once again. That biden clearly won the stage that set the stage. Today for georgia formerly certify its results and of course that's significant news. We'll talk more about that later tonight but but look at. What else is sharing the front page with that. Huge political news right see. Stay home for the holiday. Georgia state health official. Ads rethink traditional thanksgiving below that. There's the biggest front page headline in atlanta. Today it makes me shake with anger. That's a quote from a doctor who works in a covert war in atlanta talking about people blowing off the risk as the number skyrocket and as the hospitals get overwhelmed. You see their healthcare workers on the front lines feel. They are fighting a losing battle as public floats safety rules. That's georgia today. It's the same song up in minnesota. Today this is the west central tribune in willmar minnesota front page headline today. A plea for help. Hospitals are perilously close to running out of workers. It's one thing to run out of beds beds can be found in moved and bought but enough healthcare staff to take care of patients who are in those beds. That is what we are running out of in rural minnesota and all over the country. Here's the first column in that same paper today. Case rates skyrocket in the region again. That's west central minnesota. Here's the front page of the news star in monroe louisiana blunt headline hospitals overwhelmed. Here's the front page in grand junction colorado. Today the daily sentinel county says. Icu beds are full. Here's the front. Page in muncie indiana. Today the star. Press in muncie. Indiana hospitals cove in nineteen rates. Sores in indiana go to wyoming. The casper star tribune today casper wyoming deaths rise by record number. Something has got to turn this around kentucky. Here's the lexington kentucky paper. The herald leader kentucky sets staggeringly high new record for coronavirus cases. Go to new mexico the albuquerque journal today cova cases explode up in washington state bellingham herald. State virus rate's the worst since the beginning of pandemic all over the country right and as as overwhelming as this crisis is may now tonight. We've just learned that. The president's eldest son and namesake. Donald trump junior has it as well he has tested. Positive is reportedly isolating hope that he doesn't get symptoms so far apparently doesn't god blessed and maybe the president's eldest son who has such a high profile in the republican party now and in conservative media. Now maybe that will have an impact on thinking about this thing at the white house and in the conservative media on the right maybe even if the president himself getting it didn't seem to light a fire under them. I don't know but as overwhelming as this crisis is we are avoidably at this moment in history where we have two huge totally unprecedented crises. Heading simultaneously the minneapolis star tribune. Today i was actually a pretty good snapshot of what the heck we as americans are supposed to do with the twin disasters. We've got all at once and look at the front page at the minneapolis star tribune today a raging forest fire virus sweeps minnesota state to get ambulances from fema for surge importantly those are staffed ambulances so ambulance with their crews from fema going into minnesota to help them deal with patients and the need to move patients in hospitals. That are overwhelmed

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Judge rejects Chauvin divorce, citing possibility of 'fraud'

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Judge rejects Chauvin divorce, citing possibility of 'fraud'

"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a judge rejects their workshop is divorce agreement citing the possibility of fraud the divorce settlement between former Minneapolis police officer Derek schaffen and his wife has been rejected by a Minnesota judge because of possible fraud in an October decision Washington County district judge Juanita Freeman rejected an agreement that transferred most of the couple's assets to Kelly schaffen according to the Star Tribune attorney say the agreement could have been designed to protect their assets from civil action their workshop and is charged with murder and manslaughter in the may twenty fifth death of George Floyd Kelly schaffen filed for divorce on may thirty first after her husband was charged I might cross yep

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Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

Business Wars Daily

03:20 min | 1 year ago

Driscolls Will Grow Strawberries Vertically, Year-Round

"Wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday October fifteenth. What's on your plate for lunch today a salad some fruit. Since, the pandemic began many of us are eating healthier or at least trying to and all those additional leafy Greens and Berries on your plate have to come from somewhere preferably somewhere that reduces long distance food miles and maybe improves the taste over those deadly dull hothouse tomatoes. Our Appetite for fresh produce is fueling big growth in hot new industry vertical farming. On Monday, Driscoll's America's biggest strawberry provider said, it will start growing some of it strawberries in an indoor vertical farm that farm is run by San. Francisco AG Tech. Company. Plenty. Unlimited. Driscoll's new huge greenhouse will be in Laramie Wyoming hardly the nation's strawberry capital anticipating consumers possible objections driscoll says strawberries grown vertically without dirt or fresh air or just as tasty. Perhaps tastier than those grown on its California farms founded in twenty fourteen plenty unlimited began growing mountains of leafy Greens in a San Francisco vertical greenhouse last year. It now supplies leafy Greens to hundreds of Safeway, and Albertson's grocery stores in California. If you were to walk into its High Tech Greenhouse, you'd look up and up and up at endless walls of Kale a regular lettuce in Missoula. Mix. The company is green in more ways than one. They say, they use no GMO's and no pesticides because they don't spray for bugs plenty makes the startling claim that you don't even need to wash their produce and like other vertical farms plenty claims to use a tiny fraction of and water compared to traditional farming about one percent of land in less than five percent of water. Most vertical farms launched with Greens which grow well hydroponically and aeroponics not to mention they take less space than say tomatoes and strawberries. Moreover, local Greens are popular. They're also delicate which makes them great candidates for one of the purported benefits offered by tech indoor farms. That is if you can use controlled indoor conditions including led lights, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and recycled water to grow food on a large scale, you can put these greenhouses anywhere whether it be damned, and if you can grow strawberries in frozen Laramie Wyoming year round, you can shrink food miles the average. Plate of food travels fifteen hundred miles before it winds up on our table shrinking those food miles is good for the environment. It's also good for most produce great for grains. But now that vertical Greens have been proven, it's time to expand into other fruits and vegetables which brings us back to driscoll's the strawberry giant. It supplies a third of all strawberries in America and it's making a big investment in plenty. The Financial Times reports that high profile deal is only one of a flurry of investments signaling the news that high tech indoor farming is here to stay. Recently revel Greens. Minnesota startup raised almost seventy million dollars growing. It's total investment to two hundred million dollars using rainwater and snow. Melt. Company grows lettuce in mammoth greenhouses in California Texas and of course, it home in Minnesota with its new money rebel Greens plans to expand its Texas footprint according to the Star Tribune newspaper.

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The World Shudders as President Trump Tests Positive for Covid-19

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:55 min | 1 year ago

The World Shudders as President Trump Tests Positive for Covid-19

"The president announced on twitter just before one o'clock this morning that he and the first lady tested positive for covid nineteen. Last night. He posted quote we will begin our quarantine and recovery process. Immediately, we will get through this together the first lady tweeted in part we are feeling good and postponed all upcoming engagements. We know the president traveled to Bedminster yesterday for a fundraiser senior administration officials would not address. If he is symptomatic, we're told he will work from the White House residence. This news comes after it was revealed that senior White House aide and a member of the president's inner. Circle, Hope Hicks had tested positive for the virus. A source tells NBC, News Hicks Tested Negative on Wednesday. Morning we're told she began showing minor symptoms Wednesday evening and was quarantined on air. Force. One on the way back from the president's campaign rally in Minnesota her positive text test came back yesterday morning. Here is the president on Fox News last night discussing Hicks just hours before announcing his own diagnosis. She tested positive. She's a hard worker. A lot of masks. Sushi's wears masks a lot, but she tested positive. That I just went out with a test I'll see what you know because we spent a lot of time in the first lady just went out with a test also, but it's very, very hard when you. With people from the military of law enforcement and they come over to you and they. They want to hug you and they want to kiss you because we really have done a good job. You get close and things happen I was surprised to hear with hope, but she's a very warm person with them and. She knows there's a risk, but she's a young. Obviously significant breaking news. Beginning of October. For somebody different reasons the the functioning of America's government. The political campaign that We've all been following a nation now for so long. And obviously the personal story here the president's being the first lady's wellbeing hope Hicks Wellbeing and health and all those. That they may have been in contact with WHO could be affected by this to obviously. Our thoughts and our prayers are with them Willie. This is how the newspapers are handling. This news. New York Post President? Has. Cova. The Daily News in fact it with, of course, a picture of the president the first lady. The Los Angeles Times this morning trump tests positive for coronavirus the MINNESOTA. Star. Tribune. Trump has virus president first lady test. Positive San Francisco. Chronicle trump says he has the virus and the sun trump tests positive for coronavirus obviously Willie newspapers in across. I was just going to say across the world. Here's a picture of the president with the prime. Minister of Britain who also had the coronavirus had a very difficult fight with the New York Times of course, trump has positive for covid nineteen and the world shudders obviously. The impact of. United States president having a disease that has killed over two hundred thousand in this country a million worldwide. Obviously is going to cause the markets to shudder because our allies decider and the. Time, said will cause the world shudder. No question our I echo what you said that our thoughts and our prayers and our hearts are with the trump family right now with hope Hicks and anyone in the White House because we don't know how far this ripples out yet will be tasked obviously across the White House to see if anyone else has this. Because as you said, the president held his rally hosts had to be quarantined on the flight home from Minnesota yesterday. He was at a debate with Joe Biden obviously, they were far apart on Tuesday night Kaley mcenaney, the White House press secretary was with hope picks a great deal this week she gave a briefing yesterday without a mask on in that room. When you stop and look at all the people who may have come in contact with where the source of this is including by the way the Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett who's been spending a lot of time with White House handlers and she's been shepherded around Capitol Hill to meet with senators ahead of her confirmation hearing so. This is this is a serious as it gets especially when you consider that Donald Trump is seventy, four year old man we know more than eighty percent of the deaths in this country have come from people sixty five and older. So we're certainly sending our best to the

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"star tribune" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"That's probably Shapiro. So the narrative that has been promulgating, of course, the underlying narrative America's systemically racist. Every iteration of a black person being shot is just another element. It's another brick in the wall. For the case against America is an institution and as a system This, by the way, is the open agenda of people like you from candy, who suggest that literally everything that goes wrong in America is due to America, Systemic racism and therefore America's institutions. It must be pulled down from the top and from the root must be completely exploded. And if you don't do that, you're not anti racist. Which means you're racist because there are only two categories. Racist and anti racist in Abram Candies, garbage view of the world. So this lease is, um, pretty predictable effect. People immediately jumped on any incident without any evidence to immediately suggest that America is systemically racist. They go on their Ryan elude. It's in Minneapolis. There was rioting and looting again in Minneapolis. There's looting in downtown Minneapolis. People just breaking into stores in downtown Minneapolis. Why what happened in Minneapolis? The answer is there was a homicide suspect who shot himself. Okay, So what does that have to do? The cops? What's what the cops do. Well, the cops into anything. People are looting the sacks off fifth location. Until police dispersed the crowd with tear gas. Apparently, people were throwing bottles setting off commercial grade fireworks. There are reports of shots fired. Hennepin County Sheriff Dave Hutchinson said. We got cops all over the twin cities coming out here to maintain order because the citizens of Minneapolis and Hennepin County deserves to feel safe. Apparently, they just stop the light rail service on the blue and green lines. They stopped trains and buses to downtown in Minneapolis. People gather around the scene in the aftermath of the suicide, and then they just started lying and said that he was shot by the police. They they want. They looted the target, which is a great way of protesting racial injustices by stealing. It's definitely the best way to do this. Governor Tim Walls, of course doing an amazing job, he said. Minneapolis is time to heal. We must rebuild and recover dangerous. Unlawful behaviour will not be tolerated. The State patrol is headed to Minneapolis to help restore order. I remain in close contact with the city, and every state resource stands ready to help bring peace. Oh, good. You know, months later what? Well done, everybody. So what exactly happened In this case? There's a suspect who is followed by police in connection to a deadly shooting. That happened just hours before at the parking ramp downtown. The guy shot himself. He killed himself. People showed up. They started line and suggesting that this person who shot himself was murdered by the police, and then riots broke out and looting. Well done everybody because you know what, Honestly, what's that for the media? What's the difference? They won't cover the details of these shootings anyway. And when they do, it's always this post hoc rationalization whereby whatever the details of the case, the narrative has to be sustained. By the way. How bad do Minneapolis business owners have it right now? How badly do Minneapolis business owners have it Right now? There's a story from the Minneapolis Star Tribune in which they point out that business owners have been explicitly barred by the law. From taking measures to protect their own businesses. According to Geoffrey might try at the Star Tribune quote. Minneapolis Businesses Fight Ban on exterior shutters window shutters owners wanting to protect their their windows after riots face obstacle. So in other words, Looters crashed through windows and people started putting up exterior shutters on the outside of the building. The city of Minneapolis has barred security shutters on business exteriors since 2004. Why? Because they said that the external shutters cause visual blight, and they create the impression that area is unsafe and troublesome. Well, you won't want to create that impression. Let the business owner suffer. But you don't want to create the impression that things are going badly in Minneapolis by allowing people to put up shutters instead. Why don't you create the impression that things are going badly in Minneapolis by long, rioters and looters to shatter all the windows? Good call everybody just well done all the way around. Well, shockingly, Democrats were silence about this completely at the DNC last week. They were completely silent about it, like, not a word, not a word. And for months, I've been putting out these extraordinarily tepid statements. Well, No, We don't really like the violence. But But America is a systemically racist place. And you have to understand what these people are going through, etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. Well, now, it turns out that polling sucks for Democrats on this. It turns out that Americans aren't real felon of watching riders and looters in the streets, including by the way many black Americans who live in the areas that are being rioted against included in There's a public opinion poll that was done before the Jacob Blake shooting and events in Kenosha. And what it showed is a dramatic drop a dramatic decline. In the approval of black lives matter. Protests In early June from June 2 from from June 14 to 18. The There are 61% of Americans have they approved of BLM 36% disapprove. By the beginning. Of August. Those numbers were back to 48 48. In the aftermath of what's happening in Kenosha in Minneapolis. I can guarantee you this is going to drop into negative territory, which is where it should be. Since the BLM movement has accomplished zero things. I'm still waiting what they accomplished. The one thing that anybody tried to accomplish Senator Tim Scott pushing police reform bill, which was immediately filibustered by the Democrats. What's the thing they've accomplished, other than ratcheting up racial tensions across the country and making excuses for rioters and looters? And fiery things happening to burst out of protests all over the country. Black or Hispanic, prove approval of BLM remains high, but wait, approval has fallen and become a net negative. Which is not particularly shocking. The levels of black and Hispanic approval have remained pretty study throughout. But what did this drive? Well, it means that Joe Biden and the Democrats are starting to feel the pressure. They're starting to feel the pressure in places like Wisconsin, according to The New York Times, Wisconsin voters are looking at what's happening, and they're saying maybe I need to vote for Trump. So I'm not going to get blackmailed into supporting the very people who are trying to burn down my business. According to The New York Times the politically calculated warnings of President Trump in the Republican Party about caste enveloping America. Should Democrats win in November are reverberating among some people in Kenosha. First, I gotta love the New York Times coverage is politically calculated. It's not that it's an actual warning. It's politic. It's always politically calculated. Republicans pounds Republicans scenes, You know how they would not be able to pounds or sees if Democratic governors and mayors would shut this stuff down. But apparently Their fears in the Democratic Party that rural areas of swing states like Pennsylvania and Michigan and Wisconsin aren't going to like all that much the Democratic pensions for making excuses for people who burn cities. Coming up. Joe Biden finally suggests that violence and looting are bad, He says it out.

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George Floyd mural in Minneapolis defaced

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

George Floyd mural in Minneapolis defaced

"Has defaced the giant mural of George Floyd at the Minneapolis intersection where he died in May. The Star Tribune reports, someone sprayed black paint on the mural on the side of a food market. Other Floyd. Murals around the country have also reportedly been defaced, including ones in Rochester, Minnesota. Long Beach, California and Portland, Oregon.

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Minneapolis declares racism a public health emergency

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Minneapolis declares racism a public health emergency

"The city of Minneapolis declared declar-, racism, a public health emergency today the star. Tribune reports at the Minneapolis City Council unanimously approved a resolution acknowledging how systemic racism is created health and wealth disparities and quote valley to allocate funding and other resources to name to name reverse and repair the harm done quote to people of Color in the

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7 Minneapolis police officers resign amid George Floyd protests

At Home with Gary Sullivan

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

7 Minneapolis police officers resign amid George Floyd protests

"News at least seven Minneapolis police officers are quitting their jobs over the civil unrest following George Floyd's death morale is low and officers field mis understood that according to the Star Tribune they say they're being squeezed by all

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Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

Orlando's Evening News

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Officer involved in George Floyd death leaves jail after posting bond

"That one of the three cops or former cops accused of aiding and abetting murder in the George Floyd killing is now free on bond Thomas lane had been detained for a week posted a seven hundred fifty thousand dollar bond this evening walking out of the county jail that according to Minneapolis Star Tribune Mr lane and two other former Minneapolis police officers have been charged with aiding and abetting second degree murder in the death of Floyd who was killed by former officer Derek schaffen kneeling on Floyd's knack for almost

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"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"The frequently asked questions pages were about to dive into that a bit and we'll get into a little bit of this story from the Star Tribune movement to define police seize Minneapolis is proving ground justice Andrew here in Twin Cities news talk news talk are the I hear in the vortex of stupid sorry we are your call center as the as those stupid to swirls all around you we're going to we're going to give you the we're gonna give you the conclusion before we get to to the beginning of the story here and just how disingenuous all of the system and I have this example from fox news a bloody Chicago recorded eighteen murders on may thirty first let me say that again eighteen murders on may thirty first not for the month of may not for a year not during the week on that day it was the deadliest today in the city in sixty years what nothing changes right because this isn't anything big because this is really about changes about opportunity it's about agenda pushing Chicago has been blanked in my in my world our world through break I remember when you when I first heard working together you know over a decade ago and we've had similar circumstances of of of anti cop sentiment running through you know sort of the the the the culture right the narratives and we would point to Chicago and be like where's the out outrage here where is the outcry here do those lives not matter exactly exactly does your by the way those killed include cash able then an eighteen year old student at western Illinois university studying law is studying law enforcement and justice I wanted to be a corrections officer she was fatally shot during an argument in the neighborhood where she grew up another eighteen year old student was killed that day police said that Lazard Daniels a student at D. R. W. college prep in Lawndale was shot to death Angelo Bronson thirty six year old father of two young children was gunned down in a drive by shooting are there are there outlets are their entities like M. P. D. one fifty or black visions collective or re claimed the block the advocacy groups that are pushing to defund the Minneapolis police department in recent years are there groups like that in Chicago that are calling and asking for the same thing in the wake of all of of all of these deaths that occur every single weekend every single day on the streets of Chicago are there blow are are there are groups that are blaming the Chicago police for those deaths yeah right is it the existence of the Chicago police that's causing all these problems because if you listen to the rhetoric in Minneapolis yep you would think that it's just the presence and existence of the Minneapolis police department that has led to all of these problems and all of this feeling of unsafe and if you would just get rid of those people the law enforcement officers if you would just remove that element from Minneapolis everybody would start getting along it would be so much safer and nicer and friendlier Candace Montgomery executive director of black visions is that the process to create something is in its place begins now when talking about the Minneapolis police department doing that thing with my fingers Candace says and so much of our existence has been the lies fed to us the please keep us safe and no other alternative has really been presented what happens here in Minneapolis is going to shape the rest of the country video yet it is and I believe the world is so we want to get it right okay here's what's interesting about the still did but put your plan right Candice they don't have a plan what's your plan they don't have a plan which is what you get right right okay so let's go to the MPT one fifty because they're frequently asked questions here this is one of the major groups MPT one fifteen you vitamin M. PD one fifty dot com this is one of the major groups that's involved in building a police free future in Minneapolis let's start with this one jump a few ahead here but just because it's relevant to what Candice said with in a statement from the Star Tribune of us so much of our existence has been the lies fed to us the police keep us safe so what's going to keep on the theme of lies through but why not so here's what the frequently asked questions but why not to fund the police and find all these alternatives to why is it either or this is what they write it's not just that police are ineffective in many communities they're actively harmful the history of policing has a history of violence against marginalized American police departments were originally created to dominate and criminalize communities of color and poor white workers a job they continue to this day the list is growing even look even longer LGBTQ folks disabled people activists so many of us are attacked by cops on a daily basis so you want to talk about lives basis if you wanna talk about lies you know things taken out of context I present to you the just the the garbage spewing forth of the frequently asked questions pages of M. P. B. one fifty on a daily basis on a daily basis okay that is bigger than the than just police for brutality Jr but it's all about the prison industrial complex the drug war immigration law the web of policy law and culture that forms our criminal justice system has destroyed millions.

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George Floyd Death: Derek Chauvin’s Now Faces 2nd-Degree Unintentional Murder; 3 Other Officers Charged

Sean Hannity

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

George Floyd Death: Derek Chauvin’s Now Faces 2nd-Degree Unintentional Murder; 3 Other Officers Charged

"Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar's charges are coming for the other three former Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd she also tweeted the charges against a former officer Derek Chauvin will be strengthened Attorney General Keith Ellison is expected to announce the charges this afternoon Minneapolis Star Tribune is reporting show little face second degree murder charges instead of third degree also the former officers Talla two Alexander king and Thomas lane will be charged charged with with aiding aiding and and abetting abetting second second degree degree murder murder

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"star tribune" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on WTVN

"From the Star Tribune ask the doctors if your autopsy found any evidence of the heart disease or other underlying conditions four stations along the Sean Hannity show that we're going to stay with this the family hired independent an independent autopsy led by Dr Michael Baden friend of the program he will be on Hannity tonight he may be calling into this program later in the show today and let's go back to the press conference we will be dropping our usual break stations along the network obviously make their own decisions will continue at the heart disease or other underlying conditions on the bottom of the Wilson as I mentioned previously certain parts of the organs have been retained by the original pathologist in the sections that we have in the specimens that we examined there is no significant underlying disease of the heart the sections of the vessels that we examined were clear of atherosclerosis the sections that have been retained we will examine once they can be available made available to us yes thank you for clarifying that I just like to add on in Monte corona virus susceptible age group that I wish I had the same coronary arteries that Mister Floyd had that we saw at the autopsy thank you for putting that in context for us down the bottom if immediate PBS news hour **** can the doctors determined at this time how long it took Mr Floyd to die.

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"star tribune" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Fractal from the Star Tribune ask the doctors if your autopsy found any evidence of the heart disease or other underlying conditions our stations along the Sean Hannity show network going to stay with this the family hired independent an independent autopsy led by Dr Michael Baden friend of the program he will be on Hannity tonight he may be calling into this program later in the show today and let's go back to the press conference we will be dropping our usual break stations along the network obviously make their own decisions will continue at the heart disease or other underlying conditions on the bottom of the of the Wilson as I mentioned previously certain parts of the organs have been retained by the original pathologist in the sections that we have in the specimens that we examined there is no significant underlying disease of the heart the sections of the vessels that we examined were clear of atherosclerosis the sections that have been retained we will examine once they can be available made available to us thank you for clarifying that I disliked it to add on in Monte corona virus susceptible age group that I wish I had the same coronary arteries that Mister Floyd had that we saw at the autopsy thank you for putting that in context for top to bottom if you mean she at PBS newshour **** can the doctors determined at this time how long it took Mr Floyd to die.

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"star tribune" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Of reptile from the Star Tribune ask the doctors if your autopsy found any evidence of the heart disease or other underlying conditions our stations along the Sean Hannity show network going to stay with this the family hired independent an independent autopsy led by Dr Michael Baden friend of the program he will be on Hannity tonight he may be calling into this program later in the show today and let's go back to the press conference we will be dropping our usual break stations along the network obviously make their own decisions will continue at the heart disease or other underlying conditions on the bottom of doctor Wilson as I mentioned previously certain parts of the organs have been retained by the original pathologist in the sections that we have in the specimens that we examined there is no significant underlying disease of the heart the sections of the vessels that we examined were clear of atherosclerosis the sections that have been retained we will examine once they can be available made available to us thank you for clarifying that I disliked it to add on in Monte corona virus susceptible age group that I wish I had the same coronary arteries that Mister Floyd had that we saw at the autopsy thank you for putting that in.

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"star tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Developing situation there like I said in Minneapolis I'm just looking from the latest from the Minneapolis Star Tribune and what started as I meant is a is a peaceful March earlier rapidly escalated as the crowd descended on the third precinct the actual police department yeah there in Minneapolis doors were smashed police clad in riot gear confronting the protesters with chemical irritants obviously tear gas rubber bullets at one point during the standoff no one protester picked up smoking tear gas container threw it back to the police which was met with cheers and of course now bottles and other items being thrown at the a line of S. U. V.'s police cars shattering the windows in so we will see you what unfolds as we roll into a Wednesday all right it gives hello Mister motor coach hello stranger what's been happening well a lot not so much according to dislike her but I and it's been a while I was looking for added yeah my my apologies but she was born on a Monday or it was a mother's day was what Sunday and **** she missed being born on mother's day but like two hours she was born at two o'clock in the morning on Monday morning of course with the whole quarantine thing we grandparents could not even go to the hospital and be there and see what you know we had to wait till they they actually came home on Wednesday so we got to be a house and see when they came home and whatnot that was the night I was supposed to be here with you those welcome it was a far better international issues on your growing family while yeah it's a great thing first granddaughter and she's doing well she's very healthy in it's a it's a good thing and she's been to being born in a historical time and when she gets older it's like you were born I mean the pandemic when we were under quarantine in cove it baby I mean she'll she'll have stories to tell her for generations okay alright yeah permanently call the covert baby sh all right well not a good to have you back with us here as we're into the month of may well almost into the month of June we're gonna be wrapping up may hear yeah and we've we've got a little bit going on in the world of sports NASCAR is back about the sort of the room in the final round about that now I just saw portions of the race but our body monkey Gallagher said he thought that was one of the best races it it Charlotte that he's seen in a number of years now this is the Charlotte race turned out to be quite interesting there was a rain delay in which costume the resort Carson owners and drivers to have to make all kinds of changes on the fly and I think I think it helped to make it a little bit more interesting the the the Stickam stuff they put down didn't come in to see this quickly it wasn't as warm that was later so all that led to a little more suspense and there are obviously it ended very late and it ended a raid early to putting on in overtime but Brad Keselowski word came through and he said he's he's set up to resell it for a big disappointment chases gotten gotten waxed player in the earlier race that that they ran into in the middle of the week you get you got bumped for Kyle Busch and sent into the wall and then there was quite a bit of discussion over that name was pretty mad at him but then on the Sunday night yeah he just last week the first ahead on the restore lab for for A. B. Jimmy Johnson to the finish by two point nine three seconds that your again there's an interesting name out of nowhere suddenly you're me Johnson has shown up Chevrolet is showing up in Greek is showing up all of these people that have had trouble the last two or three years not showing up in what turned out to be a six hundred and seven point five miles the longest race in NASCAR history now Johnson was then later disqualified yeah he failed post race inspection inspection but just ask you let the L. it by just one point six seconds before where Bayern spun it with an end with a flat tire of he on December ninth approach the start finish line deplete the lap so he had to go in for tires and that that took him out of contention actually he came back to finish third but once again the chase was in a great position and it had ended up on taking the taking the hit and what does the interesting thing here is this this this right now I'm sure most you got yours just dancing in the streets this is sudden resurgence of Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet as he likes to say now and so it's it's gonna be an interesting situation seems like Toyotas kind of been left out in four days plan a little bit to catch up with it's not so bad you know killing her because certainly had the the card agreed in the first race and and and probably made a mistake of bringing back the same car it just wasn't suited fruit fruit for the room the the race conditions the second time around but you know the interesting interesting standings at the may twenty fourth gradually got a win in the lead with two wins then Hammond with two wins Kevin Harvick with the wind Alex Bowman with the wind Brad Keselowski with one first time the top five in in a long time in in in in so many short races have all had wins then you've got L. it it's six million Martin Truex junior Ryan Blaney Kyle Busch number ten Eric emerald there's a surprise he hasn't been in the top ten in quite awhile and the other big surprise I think is meant to Benedetto young new driver in a lot of us get Kurt Busch should end and twelve Erik Jones Clint border Jimmy Johnson senators fifteenth which is just great to see sixteenth this Tyler Reddick so as and there's a race tonight you know the race will be free all right yeah I was start from the pole sh what would happen what's going to happen is we're going to flip the top twenty so Bowman will school Bayern will be first Bowman will be second McDowell depended on a new project emerald Dylan McDonnell Custer Jones and then the rest of them how they finished on in Sunday's right about that that'll back that'll make for an interesting that evening okay well with that we got a got a news update here but we'll come back gonna do some I think we're going to some baby boomer trivia tonight we'll get to some of that just ahead here on America's trucking network dot in really Rogers restaurants it's a juicy burger with a looping up uppers the project cheese and bacon yeah gord ash is available at participating restaurants which.

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"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"To take a look because I think there might be a reason for or again like I said maybe another responsible way to say it is I I've been on a spiritual journey and as a result I have not experienced the symptoms of the disease I have yeah please keep it all I focused emotional she's pretty good at but anyway when we come back on the calling to Bradley show food that you loved it but now you hate because they changed the recipe six five one six four one one seven one of my top one of seven one everything the store just before the dawn I promise you he's coming entertainment do you live near water are you aware that a major source of pollution in Minnesota's lakes rivers and streams this chloride recently the Star Tribune reported that chloride produced by water softeners is toxic to fish and aquatic life and chloride pollution is growing faster than any other water pollute scary stuff hi I am at the E. commerce of commerce water our company is local we live here and yes we install water softeners and yes our solders use salt but our new software technology eliminates the need for hundreds of pounds of salt a year we call it what we install in our softwares it not only saves hundreds of pounds of salt from entering our waterways but it will also save you over seven hundred gallons of water and a lot of money this new salt and water saving technology can be in your home this week.

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Misinformation related to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic

Justice and Drew

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Misinformation related to the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic

"As Minnesota senator casted doubts on covert nineteen death tolls conspiracy theorists pounced on line there's so much misinformation disinformation re direct in trash in the Star Tribune article it's really unbelievable the links that the article writer than Montemayor goes to try to justify this idea that what doctor senator Scott Jensen said was the stuff of

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The Rolling Stones Could Return to Minneapolis in 2020

Donna and Steve

01:43 min | 1 year ago

The Rolling Stones Could Return to Minneapolis in 2020

"All right can we start with the rolling stones can we can we so this up popped up on Twitter I yesterday I saw a tweet from the Star Tribune yeah and it shows there's an ice sculpture in the idea center in downtown Minneapolis of the rolling stones mouth the lips and the tongue and all that and all we know is that there's going to be a Thursday concert announcement in the city any U. S. bank stadium are planning now that that could be a coincidence who knows they put up ice sculptures all the time in cars in the Twin Cities there's a baby to us no sculpture out there I think I've seen baby Otis coming we don't know I don't know I thought I saw a dragon the other day I was that mean that we're going to be invaded by dragons we don't know but this only a develops further because if you were to investigate the rolling stones official Twitter account they have a tweets that the two to twenty three hours ago and all it says is feeling restless and it's accompanied by a gift of well looks like for what looks like a farm land a train so potentially implying maybe a midwestern states that they will be that will be visiting and then a big light up a Rolling Stone mouth in the sky in that yet so between that that tweet and what can be found at the idea center right now and this pending announcement that we of course we will update our listeners on Thursday I think the stones are come to town Donna I think this is a show that I have to buy

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"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The Star Tribune is joining us how the heck are you need our I do yeah thanks again for picking the perfect introduction song yeah that's what I couldn't think of a better song to run at a capsule right that's right we know that you are better now that's right now never heard that song in my life add stuff okay so Neil we've had a you know the award show season is compressed we get the golden globe nominations this week the sag award nominations was there any observations or anything that you want to share with us as far as the TV nominations besides the obvious it's all streaming what's interesting things to me as a viewer is so many of the feature films the other contending for Oscars mall all watching TV the Irishman yeah marriage story is already there I I know there's a few others so the it's pretty incredible how quickly these movies are available for us to watch I'm in the middle of watching the story right now and yeah usually you'd have to wait to agree my trip to go to the theater ray and I'm like you story it is a little celebrations I I haven't seen she moves so to get as much attention as feature films but yeah it is interesting how quickly apple to be on the map with morning show which I liked yeah I'm not it's not gonna make my top ten most but I enjoyed it and I'm glad it's part of the he the baby that's out there but you know it's interesting how quickly apple can be put itself in the position I guess that's why I was there when they see a better with the golden globe nominations yeah and I really thought that we would do better but you know the golden globes TV it is really unpredictable and they usually find that gets forgotten by IBM needs and that's always interesting so it'll be interesting to see who they are going to next month yeah because I think what we have two more episodes of the morning show to air I think they've been eighteen there's a total of ten it's going to be back it's already been renewed for next year so it's going to be with us for awhile yeah I do think it's some I mean it we love watching and also because of you know just seeing how the sausage is made and then just knowing that Steve corral is you know basically the Matt Lauer character but do you think it is going dangerously into soap territory all right from the get go I you know there was a lot based on the fact that it's based on a bright soldiers brought media correspondent for CNN he was looking at times you call top of the morning it is sold loosely based on that book and so close with a set reality that I think looking at it any sort of that group which works is dangerous it is a soap opera it's very very high I don't see a lot that's associated with the yeah in its presentation right it it it it would you accept that going yeah it's five better to bother me I I did expect to be a little bit more accurate but that's way goes right so that you here's a here's a question for you Neil you know there's been some articles recently talking about our ads sells on network TV or just going in the tank and people are putting their money and Ted digital and whatever else radio of course imprint I'm what do you what do you think the networks you know are there some exciting shows on network TV that you like or what do you think the network television's going to do and they just canal spin off the streaming service to make up the revenue I received that were television reliable one cheap reality series by your favorite shows the bachelor yeah you know except that they're going to be safe but live show singing shows the networks have look at the numbers that the musicals have done all right from the studio audience is coming back to this by Jimmy Kimmel a Norman Lear right you couple episodes next week the numbers of for some odd very large not terribly expensive so I think we'll see more that kind of program where you can't necessarily tape it and watch it later in terms of quality drama and sick many series that sort of thing what's gonna be rely less and less than that don't you know dismiss world television looking at the numbers last week deep political campaign coming out is going to fill the coffers of television stations including KSTP well you could poke so right now yeah that's good and put them in a very healthy position or not just two thousand twenty eight by forty years afterwards because you're gonna make so much money off while politicians are digitally they still believe in local television and they still believe in stations that are clearly it's not work so I I think that sales going to be doing better at least next year in the television world leaders in my world and and a joke yeah right is there a show that your loving watching right now I network network TV ours is Stumptown this is us those her two shows that done with this is us you are sure why like thirty two years always has not Neil still wants me yeah sometimes a little bit behind but I like all the great dentures a lookup beats shoulders and that I think it's a lot of fun as I said before if you like Elmer letter kind of stuff right up your alley but the short answer to your question is not really yeah I mean Larry said which is to see how that close the shop as I said before the show I love that show make you get would take off for men and and in the fall of but that's only after a few weeks yeah the every night yeah you know I'm interested to see how modern family goes out I really haven't watched that show in a couple years but I'll watch near the end here that yeah and in may so we're going to be coming down to some final episodes that'll be interesting but I don't sit around applying what network shows I have to watch there's so much right now with the introduction of deceit plus yeah C. B. and H. B. O. match comes around every few months boy the I mean there's just so much good so I home really good rate it's the the it's almost too much the biggest German that's like saying there's too many good call me much as far as like where our money what what are you going to spend most people are not condemned subscribe to at Amazon Netflix Disney plus a United to many right well you have to be selective just like you have to be selective about everything yes get out young it's it's a great problem right now are you are you like in season three of marvelous Mrs Mays all have you watch any of it I I've watched about half the season and yeah it's more and more with that it's you shall I mean this show is so ridiculous I love it I love the look of it unless I log but it's more and more absolutely ridiculous are separated from reality I'd be she's opening for African American artists in nineteen sixteen she's working in Chinatown and having a romance with sassy that's good news from the bear no talk about the race is about it those little talk about sexism although comes up from time to time Lenny Bruce is Cary Grant suddenly right self talk about our culture or anything like that so it's pure escapism one could say it's doing a disservice to history by kind of candy coloring that world in New York City at beyond but it's always you don't again take it too literally and you see this keris gave those of it's it's just great fun I've I've only watched three episodes but I've really enjoyed it I do have to give a plug for a spin out from blackish which is makes their status the Truman show it's not working as much as you either spend our with our yard shaky and all it's also very good yeah that's that back right now but I I don't know I and they've done a good job with their spinoffs from blackish it's kind of been fun yeah it'll be it should be created that show kid if there are is going to go up to start his own the Netflix that should be out next year so be it soon to see where he takes susceptibility without network control he just up without a sketch comedy show called astronomy club website Netflix and it's okay if you like to muddy color and the date trick also your might like strawberry quad you could just drop the last week but he's a force yeah and he really is black is get you used to be good and it's unfortunate although it had a good ride fresh off the boat its companion piece it also is going into its final season right in to see how they wrap things up yeah if you talk to anybody interest seem to have any interviews coming up in this Friday or Sunday here you got any little scoop you want to give us a lot of surprises you do you do down the pipe but ten year old huge huge names that are coming in but it the paper in it for Christmas okay but just by blog we can't wait we're gonna pick up to search me in that that's right well we get it delivered to us every day so will you please read the paper this time I get it I get together yeah we dare you to I you know what I want when I have like a day of late of leisure I love going to the whole paper there are so many great find I love it yeah okay near one last chance before we let you go because Johnny posted the trailer we've got a date on H. B. O. for curb your enthusiasm season tends coming back out mark excuse me January nineteen have you had a sneak peek at any of them god I don't know what's going to happen I do know that I know is that the lead singer will call is going to be it this you season I don't know how about what he's going to be but you know try to predict what Larry David's gonna do is a few top exercise yeah that's what should be figuring out what she does is a great puzzle that's terrain and it's got to be better than season nine because that was weak yeah the night was probably each week yes but it's lots of moments yeah I'm looking forward to see what they do yeah IRA will kneel just send a thank you good to talk to saying do you now can follow Neal on Twitter at Neil and E. A. L. Justin we'll be right back previously on Jason and Alexis would you rather wear one of seven but you're not a holiday season depresses.

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Hundreds Protest Washington NFL Team Name in Minneapolis

The Big Biz Radio Show

01:07 min | 2 years ago

Hundreds Protest Washington NFL Team Name in Minneapolis

"Taking a strategy I got involved because I thought it was so critical that we defeat a man who is actually review this country apart for USA radio news on Chris Barnes hundreds of protesters chanting we are not sure mascot have marched in Minneapolis against the Washington Redskins team name demonstrators rally to head of the Minnesota Vikings game against Washington the protestors called the team name racist and degrading to American Indians Minnesota lieutenant governor picky Flanagan told the crowd the mascot de humanizes our people Flanagan is a member of the white earth band of GB also speaking was U. S. representative Betty McCollum the Star Tribune reports McCollum said it's long past time for them to change their name Washington owner Dan Snyder has said the team name shows honor and respect but David class president of the national coalition against racism in sports and media and a member of that white earth nation says the name is an offensive racial slurs this is USA radio news do you have an idea for an adventure new product do you think companies would be interested in your idea do you want to try to get a patent now

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"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:29 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The Star Tribune how the heck are yeah. we are we are still grad we enjoyed your story about the friends episode called the one where they moved to Minnesota we're sorry but that didn't happen who died settlers thing. Sony all the enemies are on Sunday night that's what I hear yeah what do you think what's your take on the hosts was enemies as it laziness isn't just out of the Oscars did it what's your thought. think the host would be I mean it's it's been about a network showcasing a new talent or a late night show wooden box doesn't have a late night show the last time they posted so those in the know they rotate among the four networks who hosts the Emmys so the last time it was box is trying to think that Andy Samberg rates of Brooklyn nine I was relatively new show that they don't really have anybody like that right now they're they're promoting and they don't have a late night show so is that makes sense in part and all sold the Oscars seem to work fine yeah without a hose so I think that the trend will probably see for a little while here will probably bounced back to having a house okay guys I'm quite it by. okay unless you get Tina fey and Amy Poehler dollars right I don't really care yeah I know what I'm with you now I'm not going to ask you about the hundred and eighty seven nominations that are out there but do you have any. directions forest or battery or if you'd rather go who you'd really like to see win but you know isn't going to. well I think you're going to see a lot of familiar faces I think the Emmys are probably going to recognize beep in game of thrones again it's their final season I don't close again to the shiny new thing so I so like berry or or killing he may get a merge I think does bush shows may be recognized by their leads build cater and Sandra our our strong contention to win really eager to see if center open break there because nobody of Asian descent has had one in that category more and very few Asian people of Asian so I I had six Asian American tissue from Canada but right yeah I have not done well in that category either male or female so and I love that show yeah so I think the one thing that you look I love Julia Louis Dreyfus he'll probably win again two beloved in Hollywood but more indeed really trip to get the B. Waller bridge one perfectly Hey guys so would be amazing. just hardly get recognition for. writing or or something like that but she's just I mean do for people that are now she created and starred flea bag which is this a Reverend great British comedy and she also with the co creator of of killing you yeah got involved in the second season but you saw a producer on it and she deftly set the tone and you know she's right in the new James Bond movie or doing a rewrite on it. yeah woman and. right now. yeah so I will bet me find a way to recognize her in one way or another it probably won't be practice yeah but it could be the other races really interesting is the limited series race is going to add as a guy who do you think it's kind of weird I love all of everyone of these shows yeah I don't remember the exact words. sure no level is probably the second paper but I think when they see a is probably a bird maybe tomorrow night is involved in dealing with the civil rights issue gore running Sunday be coal writer of the final episode is Michael star who lives here in fact he wrote that episode really here in town so he's a really fascinating curse and we've got like I said we have a store running on hand. this Sunday in the start should be and so did got a good chance with in writing and I think that's probably the favor but boy I mean party burden was was terrific sharp objects is very good I know I'm leaving. yeah ensure nobler yeah there too and get out star studded Patricia Arquette could possibly win in that category I think it's Michelle Williams yeah gonna win but you know it's interesting I think between Michelle Williams and Amy Adams they have ten Oscar nominations my god zero wins yeah so they deserve some love it it's not about soccer than hate why not an enemy right right I know I I have I have you had a chance to sample lilies things late show on a lease see she's to go higher. try to check it out tonight have you guys seen in yeah yeah I I I put on the D. V. are and I love right away you know her opening thing was she was just like an all news reports about me it's reported dead I'm a woman of color was bisexual and then she put up the peacock yeah she is so I guess it's perfect that I. I was I was always like it doesn't matter worse yeah that's how that's how she didn't look at it as the yeah. yeah I think that's going to be an idea I've been guilty of doing the same thing because I don't know anything else about her cell because people. right I think so why and I don't I don't know the YouTube stars are mad so I've been able to take a yeah I have to take a look at that show and and base it on more than you know Paul file dead skin pro power and it's interesting times but not that many people watch it but it's on the network and you got a chance to experiment on there I hope and I hope she is pushes him how does well yeah okay hello just say one it has you because they've been advertising this show on ABC all summer long they've set that trailer to Liz does truth hurts and that's the show called Stumptown that. next Wednesday with Kobe smokers have you had a chance to see at. yeah I was one of my favorites of the new network shows which is not saying a whole lot okay. she's on the big Kobe's Mulder stand for those who don't know that name she was and how I met your mother he's also been a bunch of the Marvel movies and this is kind of a comedy her to play a little little bit of a super hero but she doesn't have superpowers and also global life if you like Elmore Leonard kind of dark comedy action so if you're going to like this series cheese correct a kind of a hard drinking gambling at a reluctant detective ex military kind of forced to pay the bills by taking and hard luck cases and she's great. you know the supporting cast they don't have a lot to do in the first episode but there's a lot of promise there I really it's kind of a throwback to the old you know Simon and Simon Rockford files kind that kind of stuff I don't know that I will do yeah swell it was really. well done okay good. Neil did you finish watching unbelievable on Netflix it's unbelievable that such a perfect title for it. I am drawing a blank which one was and that's Tony calls at all I do not watch I'm down to the last two episodes and I will definitely you know the the things that are eight or ten episodes sometimes I quit around episode six I'm not going to quit that I really like it a lot I don't know where it's going which is always a good sign yeah yeah I mean those actors are just top notch I've been a big fan of bread weaver since he. it was great totally get would and I mean she just great I'm sorry not of dead wood godless guides us through a day Tony the light is always great it's just it's a terrific series not just is getting a lot of copy because of the me too movement but. regardless of that it's just a great detective yarn aid side true detective season for with these two ladies they could be in order yeah it shows you what what yeah and that's a very good line I wish I come up with all right well dammit how about okay Neil tell us about I know you can't I mean a hundred I rated some eighty seven men who shot shows this fall are you going to write something that's going to be in one of his legs this Sunday or next Sunday I'm what your pick sorry just your daily things in the newspaper because I mean it's it's we need your recommendations. all of the lesson that we put up all arts and picked you know shows that I thought you should see treating yourself..

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"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:31 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"German one quick thing before talk about bill one old mark is that the news in the Star Tribune about the Minneapolis public schools enrollment the declining a lot I think that this problem big news records my source but okay okay but it away Robert went down on about that it's six hundred to some of the fittest still those found in the fiscal year twenty eighteen fiscal year twenty nineteen so their comments on Omar is the I guess that's a win okay I'm not all market that remember what the fuel company weeks ago that her and the lady from Michigan have a press conference over the capital yeah she doesn't leave you know if you like she was you know ready to get on the bike and ask questions at that time but now all of a sudden yes you do and blend it all security but she don't like you know you could be real quick she hardly answer questions at that okay she did the news conference everybody stood up there and read their statements and then she said I've got a town hall that I've got to get to I'm in a real big hurry here even though there was no indication or evidence that there was any town hall certainly no coverage of a town hall that she had to get to but she had to rush out so she took like three questions and they were it was I think she took to her she does have one and they're all very very benign in very safe so she knew who she was gonna call on right before and and then she bolted out of there so to be fair it's not like she went to that news conference in after a bunch of questions like that news conference was a surprise to her like she could have planned out her day a little bit better but she didn't even this out really seem like she actually had a real town had to go to head injury I don't remember hello yeah good remember when you'll see the minimum that the polls the and after that meeting you cow like in went into hiding mold and then within a controversial okay that it was in the media I think ill upon old mark my representative from CD five in a district sixty two I basically tell me the one that's below sea sick in the you know just take a chill pill box at more diplomatic and it's not even about though is selling his she's not acting diplomatically W. she's not this the controversy isn't about her going out there and tweeting provocative or dumber controversial office and the the the controversy is that she's been having a long time affair with the with a political consultant this she's been following campaign money into this guy's coffers into this guy's account paying for him to travel around with her no meaning with Nancy Pelosi is going to make to that just disappear go away bill Carter birth three is a direct no controversy her tweets and her I guess her of being for fame a what our kitchen you only got about a minute left to before and I want to ask you one question before religion okay have you said you're in her district did you vote for last time in order not are you we not only that I did not vote for her because I think a little bit Sunday on Monday before the election of toward of that year I went down to a get out the vote party at of course that the new and when I heard was full and that's what this later they still have the stuff in order to close up I knew her I thought they were brought back in two thousand twelve a two thousand ten again but call fast with her and I wasn't impressed with her at that time would you vote for in the next election no I will not all right cool thanks you're talking to be appreciated our work to get into a lot more with this because there's some really interesting details about this FEC complain and including some some pretty cut the compelling comments from a political science professor at Hamline university David Schultz is an expert on campaign finance law and talks about the scrutiny of this and specifically why it shouldn't be discounted and what representative bill Hutto mark could be I could be facing plus some of the comments are a comment from her campaign her attorney that that's representing mark and Tim and that some interesting comments that they made yesterday as well plus with the more of your phone call six five one nine eight nine five eight five five usual rational retreat from the irrational justice Andrew on Twin Cities news talk AM eleven thirty and one oh three five FM on the bus ride dot com traffic.

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"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"For you you are pregnant lady with the pressure cut mu what you don't have your car with a megaphone higher you'll going to miles in a land claim you are going to jail new in the yeah hi to you for this afternoon I have a lot of driving I have a crazy day today so I'm going to be all over this damn metro I'm I'm on it of my goodness I can't wait I thought today was Friday yeah he did yeah started writing Friday down like little it's only Thursday yes I was like oh dot oh no we have that yeah we want it to be Friday but we get to stay because it is a very important day yes it is very important this law for hands free long that's right the hands free too so that one is okay so you can only that you re fully can look down like you get I I but once I think one touch they call yard GPS started all I love the Star Tribune headlined a monumental day Minnesota's hands free law goes into effect okay I whatever and then and then they cover the slow drivers to for Dr driving in the left lane that's far more important but all I guess it depends hello I'm only asking the this is fantastic I am all this is so exciting this is so very exciting I know there are too many.

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"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:55 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Of the times. Laura home. She's hope. Publicized, an undoing whiteness, yoga class at her rainier beach yoga geared toward white people wishing to doing nothing with my fingers, which is a very white thing to do, by the way, unpack of a harmful ways, white supremacy is embedded in their body, mind and heart along with providing a contemplative space. Oh, my, the class would dissect the path, Allah, g of whiteness, the pathology of whiteness, Google that term for me. Tell me what you come up with a it's described here as an oblivious nece to the batch of privileges society, grants, white skin, and how it operates in daily life, such a myopic view, such shortsighted. It's really arrow minded view. It's, it's insane. Yeah. I it's insanely myopic view. She says here, she says of her class, I do stand behind a white people needing to talk to other white people on how to undo whiteness. Can I keep refining it and doing it differently and better? Yeah. And I will forever and ever. But I believe in this space as one tool. She incorporates meditation, yoga postures, and readings from witnessing whiteness, which is a book meant to help people deal with discomfort around race based conversations. It is. So I it all that it deserves his mocking, that's all I mean, we're giving him more attention. But it does it all at a deserves is, is mocking, because it's just that incredibly stupid and inappropriate and wrong everyb- the only the only way to deal with your fellow man, or woman as what we were all taught it's something garbage. That's being fed right now in the narratives on social media, and a lot of mainstream media, and in editorials in the Star Tribune. No, it's going back in you take account accountability for yourself your accountability for your own actions. And then you judge individuals based on how they treat you the content of their character to do anything else is just flat out, wrong, just like this is this whole idea, and it ticks me off this whole idea that, this, this privilege society grants. White skin, cancer me, a break, we've talked so many times off air and on air. Care about all the different types of privileges that everybody deals with every single day that are completely separate from the color of their skin and struggles that people deal with vigils deal with every single day that are completely evidence nothing to do with the color of their skin, and what's what's nefarious, and what's awful? And what's terrible is that you've had this infiltration of, of, of leftist, activists that have that have taken over, you know, our education system and they have gone and they have taught kids, and they have told kids, and they have embedded into these kids heads that, you know, everything that happens to them, positive or negative. Right. Everything that happens to them. Has relevance to do with their skin color is because of how the rest of the world views them, as it's because of their skin color, all the bad things that happen to young black kids, you know? Well, it's partly because 'cause you're black, that's happening to you. Good thing that happens to a white kid. Well, you know, that's that's you know, you have to acknowledge the privilege of being white, and when you're enjoying, you know, these these nice things. No, no, no, no, no. Every individual goes through struggles and has trials and tribulations and has insecurities and problems, and has people that make fun of them. And if people people that treat them badly, and very, very rarely, does it have anything to do with the color of their skin through googling that term that you told me to the pathology of whiteness, Google Scholar, brought up a bunch of articles that are sound awful. You've got one article that is titled the, the possessive investment in whiteness, radicalized social democracy, and the white problem. American studies. The possessive investment in whiteness, how white people profit from identity politics, liberating skin bleachers for mental pathology, too complex personnel. Really, really, really terrible articles that, but mostly the pathology of witnessed I mainly just brought up this article that we're discussing now and it, it all of this, it, honestly, it should concern you and it should concern you from, from the standpoint of we know firsthand and can cite examples firsthand about that. How this type of this type of critical thinking, doing nothing with my fingers, and this type of thought that, that teachers can only teach appropriately to kids who match their skin color, you know, whether they're black, whether they're not white, whether they're black Brown. It doesn't matter. Right. This, this was a handful of years ago controversial stuff that was left in the schools in sort of side courses, and elective courses, and we've seen this happen. Before this is now become mainstream. And this is why it should be a cause of concern, a lot of this has been perpetuated, as we talk about on social media, but it has gone to the point where when we move over to this counterpoint sacred conversations for Minneapolis city staff should have gone on an open letter to white people by white people. This article was submitted by multiple contributors contributors from ear equity, accountability, reparations white bodied writers for racial Justice. So here we have a, this is this is this is how this is how backwards all this is the woman that wanted to undo the whiteness, in their yoga class, right now, they've got a group of ETA to'real writers who are who are saying that they should segregate these meetings. You should split up individuals to have these discussions base skin color. The Star Tribune ran with it, an editorial written by a bunch of white people. You have a bunch of white people arguing for why black and white people should be separated in meetings. What? What, what kind of topsy turvy world have we turned into nobody stopped to go? This is not right at all really bad. It's really bad. They say in here, right? Calling for separate spaces is not the same as segregation has been and is being used in the US it is respecting the wishes of black bodied people in constructing how the sacred spaces will work for them. One writer and a embodiment facilitator a biracial woman makes the issue plane. These faces aren't acts of oppression, but rather responses to it, they are opportunity to be with each other away from the abuses of racism and patterns of white dominance. And this goes back to something, we mentioned earlier in the show, this micro versus macro view. Right. You should be looking on a micro view. If somebody is racist hateful towards another individual, you address that at the point where the instance took place you address that via the laws in the mechanisms that we have established for decades here in the country about how you supposed to treat everybody appropriately, whether it's in the public square, or whether it's in the workplace. Instead, they're taking this macro version, where if you're white your auto medically wrong, regardless of what it is, you've done right. You bear responsibility for the actions done by other people, you bear responsibility for the actions done by people that lived one hundred two hundred years ago, you bear responsibility. And you must repent for things that you have never ever done, and they start teaching this to kids at a very, very young age. I cannot even I don't even like to think about how many kids. Have grown up in our damaged because of this specific ideology that the color of your skin is relevant to everything you do. Whether you're white black Brown yellow doesn't matter, the color of your skin is the most important facet of your existence and everything that happens to you happens to you. Good or bad, because of the color of your skin, and if you're a white person, and you're enjoying a decent life. Well you should feel guilty. You should feel terrible. You need to repent you need to atone for all of the privileges that you've been granted because of the color of your skin. This is what they're teaching in schools. Now, this is what if you go on, if you go on any sort of social media, that is more widely populated by social Justice warrior types, the woke crowd, you're going to see you're going to see this littered across it. And if you don't fall in line if you question, any of it, if you criticize any of it, they will boot, you, they will. Will remove you imagine the impact that has on an impression of fourteen fifteen sixteen year old who's just trying to find some place where they can be accepted, and they can feel like they're part of something this, this era group has white group of individuals right this European colonizers built the US on built the US on an economy of flavor, a slavery and fabricated, racial hierarchy and white bodied people's investment in maintaining the allusion of our whiteness. Is what powers it forward? So this is this blanket assumption. That's all the European colonizers built the US on an economy of slavery and fabricated, racial hierarchy like the only way that ever. That's the only thing that was involved in any of that and credit me if I'm wrong, those sins of the past that we were there. I'm not denying that we've done a lot to go and make sure that we don't ever do those things again and have moved forward beyond that as a country on a global basis. We've led. Yes, we have lead on these types of issues. You know we talked about it with with Jesse Kelly last week is gonna join us in the next segment. All of these woke social Justice types that have nothing. Good to say about this country. I would love it if they would go spend a year in another country as a minority of that country, like whatever country it is whatever the demographics worked out to be, you know, go somewhere where you are going to be a minority, only a minority, but a foreigner minority and compare how you get treated by the government by the officials by the marketplace by the businesses and by individuals compare how you get treated as to how people get treated here. You will come back with an entirely different view. They add here after the European colonizers comment in this moment in Minneapolis, and elsewhere, white people are spending that power to obstruct opportunities for folks of color to come together and heal without us. I'm so sick and tired of this because they throw out statements like this, and they don't provide a single example. They don't provide a single example. But you wanna make a valid point fine point to what systemic societal issue that it is. You're talking about, but you're not because you can't 'cause you're paying with this broad brush, you're looking at this at the macro level. It is understandable for white bodied, folks, if you say it's understandable to feel uncomfortable being asked to convene with one another to address racism. You're right. If you're not a racist, it is uncomfortable because there's no reason why I need to be having any of those conversations because I'm not a racist. You're not saying it's not. Yeah. But they know that Dino by throwing that term around. It immediately puts people in offensive as it should. It's a horrible thing to be called. But the they've they've brought. Into that term so widely now that, you know, simple disagreement makes you a racist. And of course, you're going to get defensive. And of course, you're going to be uncomfortable with somebody, you should be uncomfortable when somebody calls you a racist. Back to the fact that this is a group of white bodied writers for racial Justice that are arguing that the Minneapolis city staff should have got forward with their segregated. How do you even like how does the start your view, not just see that? And we. Wait. Hold on. Let's, let's. The second. Any time somebody wants to write a piece like that or started yoga class like that? I wish they would just take like five minutes and replace the word, white or whiteness, with any other identity identifier anything and they would realize this is really bad bad. This is terrible. Starting a yoga class to undo. Blackness. That would not go over one of this would..

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"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:08 min | 2 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Convicts that we're spending two three four five six seven eight nine hundred days in solitary confinement. God. And multiple instances after three four five six seven eight nine hundred days in solitary confinement, their sentence expiring, and then being released directly onto the street. No, no. Just no danger in, that is a horrible horrible horrible idea. And then we're super shocked when on boy, they didn't. They didn't transition. Well back in prison. We didn't rehabilitate them. So one of reforms that happens is that it also prohibits that department of corrections from keeping someone in solitary confinement in releasing them directly in a out into the general public that they must go out show that they can operate in general population before they're released from prison. So this is a for me to it's a, it's a big deal. I've been working on for three and a half years. I understand that there are some individuals that are really much just prisons punish, and they can operate appropriately in prison. Then throw the book at him and yada, yada, yada. My point is this is the most punitive thing, the state of Minnesota can do to assess. Yeah. There needs to be some. We have to put cardinals. Yes, there, there needs to be some statutes dictating. How? It's used. And how win win under. What appropriate circumstances can be used by no means should anybody be spending, you know, remote anything near that amount of time, ninety days to me, seems exceedingly excessive and you know to hear that, that some people spent well over one hundred two hundred three hundred days in solitary confinement. I mean you are essentially breaking that person. I mean, you're just there's no other way to describe it other than you are mentally breaking that individual and I don't understand the point of that now to be fair. And the one thing I'll say is nothing in my Bill. Nothing in state law. Now, prevents a prison from keeping someone in solitary confinement for as long as humanly necessary of that should be the next thing we work on well, but in order to provide for safety of other yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, that's different. So that's different. Do have. Into protective custody, but then there's punitive custody twin of individuals in our department of corrections system that surprise, surprise cannot play well with others, and they will attack guards. They will attack other inmates. They'll be very, very violent at any opportunity that they have. Now, I would argue that the root of many of those instances is significant severe and pervasive on treating mental health conditions. I don't think there's any anybody that would argue with you on that, but adapting said, nothing in the legislation that we passed would prevent the department of correction in those instances to identify those individuals report that up to the Commissioner of corrections have the Commissioner of corrections accountable for that decision and keep that person segregated and restricted the challenges prior to this and. Following on the heels of the Star Tribune story. The lack of accountability within the department of corrections. And the use of solitary confinement was staggering when I started reaching out to the DO. See following the Star Tribune reports saying, hey. Andy managed from the Star Tribune is reporting this. Gimme the data is accurate for three years. I heard back from the department of corrections. Oh, we don't keep that on that. What we don't have stats on that. We don't have any information to provide you and so being from the legislature with a rule in statute to oversee and have regulatory oversight over the department of corrections when I served on the boat safety committee nowadays on the correction subcommittee. They couldn't provide me a member of the legislature with the base data to even do that oversight. Huge problem Boletice nation that was signed into law two weeks ago. Now requires the department of correction to in very common sense, fashion. Keep track of that data and reported back to the legislature doesn't seem like that should be too difficult. Or even remotely controversial. Did you get? Pushback. O- hundred percent. Yeah. Dayton's Commissioner of corrections vehemently opposed, my Bill for two and a half year and would not support. It was not passed into law. It took the new Commissioner of corrections Commissioner Schnell, who when I met with them in laid out, what I was trying to accomplish. That's how we move this Bill forward because the current Commissioner of corrections, finally supported, what was the primary rationale for the former Commissioner of corrections under under Dayton, as to why they were opposing it. You know as a moving target just too much work too expensive. Didn't wanna do it. I mean it just. Well, good work in fake, you, you know for for leading an effort on this and, and being so you know vigilant about it. If you know, working on it for, for three years, you know, this, it's a tough thing to get bills passed, sometimes, especially, you know, when you've got governor, from the other party, you know, a lot of times if that, that, that enough, even if it's a good idea is enough to prevent it from getting past, so kudos to you kudos to governor walls for signing. This. Mandalay ceremonial Bill signing next week. Yeah. And I'm I'm really looking forward to that. And the reality of their let them know that you're not gonna ask for a gas tax next year. What the hell is he thinks? Lead over be like, hey governor, you know, thanks for signing this Bill and everything, but still still don't wanna gas tax. Yeah. Nobody does. Ten. Coming up Minneapolis park board considers forcing traffic to take detours. We'll tell you where also US boom electric scooters leads to more injuries and deaths. And we have brand new Amy klobuchar audio share with you. Yeah. Very excited to share new. It's hot from the campaign trail, and Clovis, our audio nothing you've ever heard before time that you heard it strip Justice.

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Robert Mueller: Charging Trump was not an option

The Glenn Beck Show

05:38 min | 2 years ago

Robert Mueller: Charging Trump was not an option

"From the Star Tribune special counsel, Robert Mueller said Wednesday that charging President Donald Trump with a crime is quote, not an option unquote, because a federal rules, but he used his first public remarks on the Russia investigation to emphasize that he did not exonerate, the president, if we had had confidence that the president clearly did not commit a crime. We would have said, so Mueller declared now. No, those remarks have been seized on, by Democrats, of course, as Mueller winking, and nodding and implying that you guys need to impeach this guy because I can't go after I can't charged with a crime, but you can. And I'm not saying he didn't do anything. I'm just saying. I wasn't able to charge him with having done something. And the ball is in your court, which could be characterized, like, if, if he really did think that Donald Trump. Had broken the law in a significant way. And that's the way he articulates it with a wink nod how we how have hearted and weak and cowardly to do that. But of course you know the the, the effort here. Seems to be to try to. Put an air of legitimacy, and objectively on these proceedings over the course of the past two years. And I just don't think it's going work out for them. Another report here, the start to be in talks about the response surprising Washington, with brief remarks Wednesday Mueller in indicated it's up to congress to decide what to do with his findings the special counsel reiterated that bound by just -partment policy charging sitting president with a crime was not an option, but he also stressed. He could not exonerate Trump. Instead, he cited that same policy to say the constitution requires a process of their than the criminal Justice system. Of course, the implication, there is impeachment. So here's my call to arms or my challenge to Democrats, and to Justin Amash, and anybody else who thinks this president has committed high crimes and misdemeanors. And as deserving of impeachment do it. Do it. What is stopping you? What is holding you back? Now, this article here that I just quoted from goes onto report about the conflict within the Democratic Party between the presidential potential contenders and junior congressional members who are a little bit more hot headed. Versus the leadership, Nancy Pelosi does not want to move forward with impeachment, and her rationale is it's going to be divisive. That's what she's saying. Right. It's gonna be divisive in reality. It's in the toilet Alice's. Right. The, the only consideration that is dominating the democratic mind right now is what can we do to leverage this for twenty twenty what is going to be the best position to be in to go through an impeachment percent because here's the thing if the if the impeach him now. Then the danger from their perspective. The danger is that the proceedings conclude and nothing comes of it, right. Like, regardless of whether or not the vote for impeachment. Goes one way or the other if there is no follow up if he's not ousted from office, which seems unlikely then he goes into twenty twenty being able to claim further exoneration because, look, they, they gave me their best shot and I'm still here. Right. So in that sense, they will have spent their amunition as it were so the path that they're trying to take instead is to keep the investigation, hacky sack up in the air, if they can just keep asking questions and sewing doubt and conjuring up reasons to investigate this that and the other thing and subpoena this person that person if they can keep doing that through twenty twenty then their hope is that. They can leverage the doubt that, that process creates in order to as a wedge in order to get Trump out of office and replace him. With whoever their nominee is. I don't think that's gonna work. I mean, something something further something would have to develop or drop or be discovered way, above and beyond and outside of anything that has been disclosed thus far. And I just don't believe that that exists because if that thing, whatever it would have to be if it existed, Mueller would have found it do does anybody doubt for a second that Robert Mueller, and the apparatus surrounding him, you know, the, the I forget exactly how they characterize themselves, the contingency plan. In the FBI and the DOJ that was so upset. When Trump one do you honestly believe for a second that, if they had something that could dethrone Trump that they wouldn't have dropped it by now? Of course, they don't have it. And so the, the needle that the Democrats are trying to thread is to keep your interest to the interest of the independent voter. Focused on this for another. How how many months are we talking about here, like eighteen months? That's a long time to keep people thinking about this and carrying about this in the absence of any new developments. It's a losing strategy, you know, they might have to come up with value proposition. They might actually have to explain to people why they should be in

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"star tribune" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

08:00 min | 3 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"When a neighbor pounded on their door to stay she stumbled across thirteen year old Jamie Kloss who'd been missing nearly three months at Kristen and Peter Kasinga's say their neighbor had a skinny dirty girl with matted hair standing next to her the neighbor, then shouted this Jamie Kloss, call nine one one Peter Cassica said told the Minneapolis Star Tribune that Jamie was quiet and showed little emotion. Jamie's parents were killed in October at the family's home near barren. And that's when Jamie went missing now the place where she was found is just a little more than an hour's drive north. Authorities say they do have a suspect in custody. They will release more details today at a news conference. President Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen will testify publicly before a house committee next month. In a hearing that could serve as the opening of democratic effort to scrutinize President Trump's possible conflicts of interest. A Representative Elijah Cummings is the chair of the house oversight panel. We're going to we're gonna make sure that we do. Absolutely nothing. Interest fear with the Muller investigation. That is very very important to us. But I can tell you that. As far as if. Right. So that's fine. But we we're gonna have a lot more coming out. All right now. My major concern. Is making sure that our government is open. I think people need to the American people have an opportunity to hear from him from Mr. coin and. So representatives. Representatives. Republicans ended side we'll have an opportunity to ask him questions. And I think the American people will see that did manner. Matter that we opened it up for transmission. Cohen, of course, a pivotal figure in the investigation by special counsel. Robert Muller Representative Adam Schiff is the chair of the house intelligence committee. He wants to talk to co into but behind closed doors. The congress slander standing intend to address the rush investigation was open testimony is gonna need to answer questions about it. Contact with a tournament. Voluntarily to testify Intel committee closed sessions. So we have been in negotiation with that about that for some time. And we hoped to wrap it up soon the green. But I think there's a good likelihood I hope that he will we will have to come in voluntarily testimony. But at the end of the day there questions he needs to answer key testified once before committee. He wasn't fully forthcoming. He's accepted responsibility for that. But that has raised questions that we need answered. Cohen, of course, also involved in the investigation by federal prosecutors into campaign finance violations. Well, unless the government reopens today, the partial government shutdown will become the longest in history by midnight, roughly four hundred twenty thousand federal employees have been deemed essential. They're working unpaid an additional three hundred eighty thousand are staying home without pay flight attendants were among those staging rallies on Thursday. Okay. Just put out a letter with the association of professional flight attendants. Majority of flight attendants across the country. We are concerned about this because we're concerned about our security our safety and our economic stability. You know, what it means to not have the layers of security in place. Airplane? Fly and to people are. Here on those things and the people on the ground. Our profession changed forever on September. Eleventh two thousand one. Aviation last line of defense, but security is layered, and when we have DHS not operating at full capacity, and we don't have cybersecurity running at full steam. And we don't have running at full steam. Running at full steam way are less and we're less secure. Now while furloughed federal workers have been given back pay in previous shutdowns. It's not guaranteed to happen. This time. One attorney says MacKenzie bazo could get half of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos fortune. Of course, the to announced their divorce this week after more than two decades of marriage attorney, he told the Associated Press, it's key that the two amassed their fortune together. So it's my understanding that Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie to not have a prenuptial agreement and with that means is they have approximately one hundred forty billion dollars in assets that are going to have to be divided through the course of the divorce proceeding. I don't think it's unusual that they wouldn't have a prenuptial agreement especially in a case where they were married for a year before they decided to take the move to Seattle and before Amazon was founded so at the time that they were married they probably had very few assets. It was probably very uncomplicated. No divorce is ever happy. No divorce is ever not. Matic, regardless of how well the parties have gotten along intend to get along. And so the best thing that they can do for themselves and for their family and for their fortune is not to spend it and instead to work together to come towards some sort of an agreement. So when Jeff Bezos is considered the richest man in the world in terms of net worth and wealth as far as a four of his list as concerned when a divorce goes through half of his assets. Those that were considered to have been gained during the marriage will now be hers. And so there will be a division of that wealth. And as a result, a division of those assets will bring him down then on the list of wealthy people and bring up on the list of wealthy people. Because now she will have assets in her name. According to estimates by both Forbes, and Bloomberg Basil's is worth about one hundred thirty seven billion bucks in under Washington state law. Mckenzie could get half of that. If there was not a prenuptial agreement and finally this morning here on America's First News in Ohio man who bought a new car, and I guess he wanted to impress his kids. So you made an impression on a power pole. Authorities told the Dayton daily news the man tried to pull off donuts in a snowy parking lot in riverside on Wednesday afternoon folks donuts, if you don't know we'll call him cookies to I used to live in the Pacific northwest. There are known as donuts in some places and cookies in others. Anyway, police say the man apparently lost control of his newly purchased Pontiac G eight and hit the powerful knocking it over leaving his car's front end badly damaged the man and his two kids. Were taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Police say he'll be cited for reckless operation. Take us with you. Wherever you go. Download the talk stream live free mobile app. Reach out to me on Twitter or Facebook. At math rate talk. Use the hashtag af more breaking news on the way on this Friday morning. It is the eleventh day of January the NFL playoffs continue with games on Saturday and Sunday that as the road to the AFC an NFC championship continues..

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"star tribune" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Life? If you're on the couch, and you're tired and miserable. So underneath all that. I like to get out some grape panicles in the world. So that they can do the thing that they've been doing for ten to twenty thousand years, and that's one of my. Mike aereo cities in my. Adventures I like to go on. So anyway, that's a very long so it myself for the SuperFood. So the super food thing in the SuperFood hunter. I could I feel like I've I'm from Ohio so similar, and I've only become privy to them in the past five ten years, or maybe it's become a buzzword that I've been familiar with. But I can imagine if you started in college around that time was it called superfoods, and were you were you just noticing a trend or pattern in certain types of foods in the way that they affected your body. Or was it within your research? Can you talk to me about that? Good question. I think when I at thirteen I read something don't know how article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, which was one of my first jobs actually, pay per boy classic. I saw this grapefruit cleanse my mom. Didn't even know it it get to this day, and she has no idea, but she got a bunch of grapefruits and all eight grapefruits. It was like a few days of disgraced fruits, and it was the first time at thirteen in in. Yeah. Who knows where they came from? Glowing. Glow. Blob? So so it was a first real time that I felt so significantly different in my body and my brain because I was downing five to six bottles old fashioned bottles of coke in just self medicating. You know this. I don't know if I was ADD ADHD, whatever it is. But I was that a resting heart rate at one point of a hundred twenty beats per minute. Oh my God. So at some thyroid shed some stuff that I was so so the your back to your point. So or your question was that that was some of the first kind of conscious and unconscious experiences that I had and then I picked up a dumbbell felt weak, and I was sixteen weighing hundred thirty five pounds. And then all of a sudden I started getting stronger in packing on muscle and everyone looked at me different. And then I started performing better in athletics. And and then. All of a sudden, you're like, oh, wow. There's a lot more we can do here than just. Okay. This is my life. My parents. And this is where I live and data. And this is how I feel and this is so so really a not, and then I wasn't necessarily looking at superfoods out in college. I I was I was definitely interested in physiology class and kinesiology and seeing how the body worked and and then nutrition like back there than we were like it's sixty to seventy percent carves in like, it was just all of the stuff. And I was like I was eating. I swear to God. I was eating college thirteen bagels day. That's like me on football Sunday. Everyday down. I found a little Jewish bakery able drive my motorcycle down there pick up the fresh batch. And because we did the nutritional analysis on them the bottom just from a macro perspective like clueless at the time. I'm like, oh, it's perfect. It's like sixty five percent carbs. So that's all. So it just ate them all day had a regular meals. Anyway. So so it wasn't like I was looking in the stuff done. But as certain point, I once I graduated I moved to Boulder, Colorado, I was dealing with some I went back to school at some rehabilitation stuff working one on one with people from physiological standpoint than doing some nutritional counseling. And then you start seeing like this lifestyle side of it. And then I was fascinated with kind of people's consciousness around it. So then I went back to school the from a psychological standpoint, and and that intersection of lake and then do my twenties like experimenting. And then I did I wa- FCA when I was it was in the nineties and hear about it got a guy guy at the gym..

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"star tribune" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

Almost 30 Podcast

04:44 min | 3 years ago

"star tribune" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast

"Life? If you're on the couch, and you're tired and miserable. So underneath all that. I like to get out some grape panicles in the world. So that they can do the thing that they've been doing for ten to twenty thousand years, and that's one of my. Mike aereo cities in my. Adventures I like to go on. So anyway, that's a very long so it myself for the SuperFood. So the super food thing in the SuperFood hunter. I could I feel like I've I'm from Ohio so similar, and I've only become privy to them in the past five ten years, or maybe it's become a buzzword that I've been familiar with. But I can imagine if you started in college around that time was it called superfoods, and were you were you just noticing a trend or pattern in certain types of foods in the way that they affected your body. Or was it within your research? Can you talk to me about that? Good question. I think when I at thirteen I read something don't know how article in the Minneapolis Star Tribune, which was one of my first jobs actually, pay per boy classic. I saw this grapefruit cleanse my mom. Didn't even know it it get to this day, and she has no idea, but she got a bunch of grapefruits and all eight grapefruits. It was like a few days of disgraced fruits, and it was the first time at thirteen in in. Yeah. Who knows where they came from? Glowing. Glow. Blob? So so it was a first real time that I felt so significantly different in my body and my brain because I was downing five to six bottles old fashioned bottles of coke in just self medicating. You know this. I don't know if I was ADD ADHD, whatever it is. But I was that a resting heart rate at one point of a hundred twenty beats per minute. Oh my God. So at some thyroid shed some stuff that I was so so the your back to your point. So or your question was that that was some of the first kind of conscious and unconscious experiences that I had and then I picked up a dumbbell felt weak, and I was sixteen weighing hundred thirty five pounds. And then all of a sudden I started getting stronger in packing on muscle and everyone looked at me different. And then I started performing better in athletics. And and then. All of a sudden, you're like, oh, wow. There's a lot more we can do here than just. Okay. This is my life. My parents. And this is where I live and data. And this is how I feel and this is so so really a not, and then I wasn't necessarily looking at superfoods out in college. I I was I was definitely interested in physiology class and kinesiology and seeing how the body worked and and then nutrition like back there than we were like it's sixty to seventy percent carves in like, it was just all of the stuff. And I was like I was eating. I swear to God. I was eating college thirteen bagels day. That's like me on football Sunday. Everyday down. I found a little Jewish bakery able drive my motorcycle down there pick up the fresh batch. And because we did the nutritional analysis on them the bottom just from a macro perspective like clueless at the time. I'm like, oh, it's perfect. It's like sixty five percent carbs. So that's all. So it just ate them all day had a regular meals. Anyway. So so it wasn't like I was looking in the stuff done. But as certain point, I once I graduated I moved to Boulder, Colorado, I was dealing with some I went back to school at some rehabilitation stuff working one on one with people from physiological standpoint than doing some nutritional counseling. And then you start seeing like this lifestyle side of it. And then I was fascinated with kind of people's consciousness around it. So then I went back to school the from a psychological standpoint, and and that intersection of lake and then do my twenties like experimenting. And then I did I wa- FCA when I was it was in the nineties and hear about it got a guy guy at the gym..

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Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott And Kelly Clarkson discussed on Lori and Julia

Lori and Julia

01:53 min | 3 years ago

Kylie Jenner, Travis Scott And Kelly Clarkson discussed on Lori and Julia

"Maybe they're trying to create a little bit more buzz and get a little hip or by having a contemporary artists like Travis Scott who's hot and certainly appeals to Democrats. Well, yeah. These is he married to Kylie Jenner. Expect him to propose during the Super Bowl. Right. During a firework explosion. Detail. And it wasn't. She just named one of the richest celebrities. Yeah. I mean, she was worth more money than Jay z. No. Yeah. It's unbelievable. Unbelievable. All right. Listen, she's like twelve. But the thing is, you know, the Super Bowl controversy there always wanting to get the, you know, a fuzzy star, and they always seem to end up with someone who's kinda man kind of pass a, and you know, you can't have Taylor swift. You know, why? Because Coca Cola endorses coke, and it's a Pepsi. Halftime. She's one of the biggest superstar whose gotten away. Yeah. I always think we always think Kelly Clarkson, I would be fantastic. You know, we loved her what she would be good to be mazing were with John Breen from the Star Tribune. When we come back. We're gonna talk top albums of two thousand eighteen. On friday. Jason and Alexis are celebrating ten years of the Jason and Alexis show. Wow. I wasn't here ten years ago. What did they found like back then? Google what did pilgrim kids

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