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08:04 min | 2 years ago

"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Plot for city, North Dakota these days and one thing they need because they're building new schools all the time. Elementary school under construction right now. Brand new high school. It's absolutely beautiful and incredible growth. That's happening a lot for city. So if you're a teacher interested in making a move, they'll absolutely love it. I fact I met the principal at the elementary school, and I said, how long you lived here. She said about, I think she said seven years. Where'd you come from California? That's pretty wasn't Ohio. I can't remember but she came a long ways away, and, and I said, how you like it? Absolutely love it. So, you know, you're looking for maybe a teacher of the family wanna give them a little bit closer into one of the beautiful places of North Dakota. Right there at the north unit of the teddy Roosevelt park and all the beautiful surroundings of city. And of course, an incredible amount of commerce MacKenzie county MacKenzie county alone. Is the largest producing boiling gas county in America. Think about that. On believable and is right. We're number one has a state in the number two rathers state, but we're number one Kinsey county. Find out more good folks here in Waterford city and you can. Give them a check. Give them a call. Of course, the school district, just, Google, it became Z county schools. Got your find and all those great school opportunities. All right. Let's finish our conversation now with Don Hammett. She's a director of the Eisenhower presidential library museum. If you build it, will they come? That's the question about the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum celebrating down there. The commanding general DIA was none other than to white d is our and she told us all about everything happening there now on a little bit about what's happening. She told us that, you know a being along I seventy helps a lot. So tell us more about that. How many people your museum attract on? I think having the location near the interstate is, is incredibly smart. Most of our traffic comes from people stop off of I seventy in, and we, we really utilize the I seventy corridor as a marketing tool to entice people to get off the interstate and come visit us I visited is around two hundred thousand a year that is for everything that we do. That's all of our programs. That's all of our, our student visitors. That's everything and the impact of those two hundred thousand people on the town of Abilene is actually quite impressive. So like this week right now, our hotels are filled up. We know that we know that our guests are going to the local restaurants, and quite frankly, our local retailers and our local service industry, people know when, when there are a lot of people on the campus. Think of that two hundred thousand people impacting our community of six thousand is extraordinarily throughout the year. I mean, that's, that's it is amazing. We have as I mentioned, we had the symphony this past Saturday on the first and we had, I know that we counted around six thousand people, but I also know that we miss people. So we had about six thousand people on our campus on Saturday. So many, turn the lights off down and. Over. It's just that's, that's how they work in their cell phone. I can't wait to get down there and, and see it myself. It's one of the libraries, have not been to missed a few in the mid west. I'll have to reciprocate and come. See teddy's. Yes. Exactly. Right. Will thanks so much for telling us a little bit about it. And congratulations on a great deal of end today and celebrating a, a wonderful human being a great leader. Great character, Jen wise in our, thanks so much. Thank you. I wish you and your community great successes. Well. On Hammett director of the Eisenhower presidential library museum on their events. And also just a little bit about what can imagine if we have Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum back to your calls in a minute here. I know a Jonah Bismarck Ralph in Jamestown wanting to game. I wanna I tell you about what's happening in line not today and not just in my not. But also, if you're in and around me a favor. Find your way to the Dakota territory air museum the event coordinator, Robin wreck houses, whether it's right now to tell us a little about the big day. Hi, robyn. How are you? How are you fantastic? Tell me a little bit about what you have planned for today. Okay. Well, we're into museum right now and we're getting a bunch of military vehicles in from the North Dakota military vehicle collectors association got our airplanes out in the ramp. We're going to see forty seven we're going to an invasion, stripes on. And all this will start around five o'clock then we'll fly the Spitfire also. And the p fifty one we'll fly all three. That's my kind of day celebration. You got some iron in the air, right? Yes, sir. And so also like little horse are fifty one. We have a deal going, we have the ale from above club. I don't know if you've heard about this. But during World War, Two the Brits started doing a deal with their Spitfires. They started strapping gigs, a beer to the bottom of the airplane and flying him into the troops. You know, you gotta keep up morale somehow. So then our, our guys decided that was a pretty good idea. And so they started doing it to the fifty one so that's what we're gonna do today. We're gonna beer from atypical brewery to the bottom of, of our PT, one of our fifty one Mustangs, and, and then we're gonna tap him. I love it. You remind me a story, Leo mcculskey told me about you Lee over the years. Right. What a hero. Incredible man. And he, he I forget, what he was one of the bigger planes, but he they brought some champagne back to the base one time from one of their stops and the champagne in flight the cork started popping because of the air pressure. So there are a couple of people in the crew decided to not waste the champagne and. Yeah. When they landed their flight later kind of wondered, why they're walking so wobbly. But now. That's good. Exactly right. And. Go ahead. Sorry. I was just going to what kind of your time schedule today when to win is all this happening. Okay. So we're going to start around five and six o'clock, some of these military vehicles that we got are going to Dr three of our World War, Two EROs rate, that are live right here in my net up to the stage and they will be our honored guests and our wing commander from the base and Lieutenant Colonel will do some talking about. And also the console of Canada is going to be here with Canada Britain and, and America. But, you know there were other countries that were involved but those are the main three. The beaches that they and one of our veterans was there. He landed on Utah beach. I'm on d day. While that's amazing. What a great event, you've got lined up, Robin. Thanks so much anything else, you wanna tell us quickly about the great Dakota territory museum. Well, this is an awesome museum really it is. And, you know after these guys get done talking tonight, we're going to take them up the veterans in, in the scene forty seven about him have a little flight around the city and stuff. So it's gonna be pretty nice out here tonight. And we've got some really great people coming in, and it should be cool. And if folks have not been there before where do they go? We're what's easiest way to find? You. His way is to go north on eighty three just past past the airport, and he'll, he'll be on the on the east side. The right hand side. If you're heading north on eighty three and we got a bunch of people from the base coming, and this is being live stream tonight, also.

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"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

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09:27 min | 2 years ago

"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"He's a b seventeen point four hundred first bombardment group eight their force, and he was briefed the night before saying, okay, here's what you're going to you're going to head to the beaches. And normally you're gonna take out those pill boxes. And he said, they were excited to go, but the briefers said and you'll tell your grandchildren about this day. You'll tell your grandchildren about this day. Oh my gosh. So incredible it really is reliving d day, your questions. Your comments are welcome today on the program. We call us on your mind in a moment. We're going to talk with the executive director of. Be library and Abilene, Texas. I'm sorry. I believe Kansas, known as the Eisenhower presidential library museum. Or one of those someday for teddy Roosevelt? What are they doing? Their honoring Mike today. So we'll do that just a moment. I chat with Scott south. Amanda on what? How are you, sir? Doing pretty good. I just wanted to mention Herbert buffalo boy from eight. He was with daddy second airborne division, and he parachuted into Normandy, and he has the distinction of making four combat drops with parachute. He's a four star airborne veteran, you know, one of only handful of veterans that were able to do that. And he jumped twice in Italy, and then Normandy and then another ones, and he was very well known. Those is he was there's a counts of in being wounded several times, and, and he kept fighting. And after World War Two he, he actually went back and volunteered again and fought in Greece. And just wanted to mention him and he's passed away, he passed away back in eighties, but he was he was very patriotic, and he was commander of the legion down on for aids for many years. And, but in his son, Robert, I believe. Served two tours in Vietnam. And he also came back a decorated veteran so just wanted to mention him. So I'm glad you did. And I encourage anybody else, even if it's a simple as my grandpa was there on day, I have a loved one, you know, I have a family member of neighbor just anybody to remember their honor, their name, you know, fear quick story. Welcome at all day, long eight hundred two eight zero five zero thanks very much. Just one more thing. State school superintendent, Kristen Baseler, her, her okel was killed in Normandy. Engagements. So is that right? In case people didn't know that. So. Did not know that I know her dad is a the Korean war veteran and he was he was wounded three times. And it's, it's a great family that served served our country. So where are they from again? Flash flash. Yes. Yeah. Fascinating, priestly call. Thanks. Okay. Thank you. Yeah. Absolutely. Thank you. Appreciate it very much. Have we? Okay. So we have the director from the Eisenhower museum Todd. You got that cued up to go, and I mentioned, Don the director. The is now a museum we're working on at Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum, added to the theater Roosevelt, national park named in his honour only park with the name to the honor of president, of course spent time in North Dakota, but imagine what can be done there while you can, if you think about okay, what's happening in Kansas at the Eisenhower museum and. Let's start there on. What do you have planned for the day? Absolutely. We have been commemorating today. All week we started on June. I actually with a with a community concert for community symphony concert. We've had guests speakers and guest programs all week long and today for our June six commemoration. We will have a very serious remembrance ceremony on our campus. We will listen to general Eisenhower's recording the order of the day. For those of you who might not remember the order of the day was given to all the soldiers sailors, airmen, tell them about the great crusade that. They were about to embark on. And it's, it's really a mesmerizing to hear it in, I voice. We will have a keynote address by General Richard Myers, who is currently, the president of Kansas state university, we'll have other other military officers from Fort Leavenworth and from Fort Riley. We're really pleased to have our military presence. We will also have some allied forces with us have Colonel from the United Kingdom and Colonel from France, Anna Colonel from Canada. We're really excited about that. On June sixth, nineteen forty four. The white Eisenhower was the supreme allied commander during World War Two, so he led the allied forces in that invasion on Normandy, seventy five years ago today, and obviously, that sounds like a great celebration. You're having a for operation overload. What in the museum year round? Ties to d day. And, and that five star commemoration you have going. Sure. Actually, this is interesting for you, as well for our we have this military career of his, and, and then we also have eight years of presidency to discuss in our museum, so about half of our museum deals with his military career about half with his presidency. That's the same thing goes with the teddy Roosevelt where you can talk about other things that he accomplished outside of the presidency as well. That's really interesting to people to learn about the full man, the full life, life of this person for sure. That's right. You know, for those that have not been to presidential library museum before the public part of it, not necessarily the research part, was, which is obviously the library and all the different things to research. But the museum part, the reason to actually come and makes this case Abilene Kansas destination. What do they see describe it? Sure. So we have it's really in two separate parts like you alluded to a moment ago, we have the research facility for scholarship and researchers can come in discuss a topic that they wanted to research, and then our archivists will pull the documents and the researcher can do that. Then there's a more public side for the general public to go and really experience the life of Eisenhower, and his lovely bride. Mamie. I feel as though without the archives we wouldn't be able to have this public experience of our collections to me, they go hand in hand and they mean a lot. What is the thing that is the old? Wow. What, what, what, what is your particular item or something, you look at you see that, that really stands out that many visitors comment about today? We have two things we have the planning table, which was, of course in England, and in our allied commander sat around the table and decided. How they were going to do the invasion and, and to me to look at this object and consider the conversations that were had or the fights that were had around. The table is meaningful because it because it led to the liberation of Europe, and that's an incredible piece to me, the other piece that I'm really interested in is we call it, the we call it the now I'm stuttering because I'm trying to tell you what it is. We call it case a failure note. So I how this note and basically it says the, the force is trained. They did everything they could do if there was any failure today on the invasion. The failure is mine alone. He handled that note and stuck it in his pocket. And after he found out that the invasion was successful he handed it off to someone else. Who's thankfully saved that piece of paper. So to me, this piece of paper shows that humanity of this man, and the leadership skills of this, man, where he was saying. If. If filled it look at me. And no one else mazing. That's incredible. It really is. That's the kind of things you'll see now Abilene Kansas is about how how, how many people Napoli in Kansas has about sixty eight hundred people. Sixty eight hundred people it's entire history. That's smaller community. Madora North Dakota's. Smaller town actually about about one hundred. It's near a community of Dickinson, which is about know half hour down the road. That's about fifteen thousand in right on I ninety four. So it's a fairly visit, you think people will come to this library? There's a teddy Roosevelt presidential library, museum, what do you think is reasonable in the way of expectations? As far as visitors opens as it continues through the years having.

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03:31 min | 2 years ago

"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Five years ago. You think about what they were doing running into those. Bullets running into that storm. It's pretty incredible. And it's good for us every once in a while to just take a step back from the day to day hustle, and bustle at think a little bit about what they faced and we're going to try and do a little bit of that today. We are going to tell you what's happening in the way of events to commemorate the seventy fifth anniversary here. I'd love to be d day. I don't know about you, by the way. Senator John Hobart is there. We just learned moments ago. Senator Hoven is actually at the official d day celebration. Flu overnight with a military flight on a delegation of Senator. So that's exciting. Ben there. But I'm here at the Fargo air museum, or there is history all around me. Artifacts and examples and stories of those that have run into the bullets that have run into the storm, not away and great day beat places like this. They will have a ceremony some movies shown some events happening starting at one o'clock. Might not air. Museum is doing the same thing. We're going to talk with directors of both of those. Locations to tell you, what's happening, Tom. Campbell will be here. His dad his dad seventy five years ago. Flying b seventeen bomber pilot with the eighth air force incredible survived two tours of bombing missions during the war. We're gonna talk about that. With Thomas later on Lynn is will be here lane is a World War. That is a French legion of honour medal. When are you Thanh death March participant? Always enjoy our conversations with that. Great man. And we'll do that again today as well. Jim. The flagpole guy is going to talk about freedom, and that's we're going to talk today on a program with Don Hammett. Dawn is the director of the Eisenhower presidential library and museum. That's an Abilene Kansas. How many people are Abilene Kansas, not a lot? Not a lot. It is. Let's say it's smaller than. Fargo is smaller than Bismarck. It's smaller than Grand Forks smaller than my not it's smaller than Dickinson. It's small few thousand people, and they have a presidential library museum on an interstate the does quite well. In the way of folks. Visit so I wanna find out a little bit about what we can expect once the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum is along I ninety four in the entrance to the park named in his honor and also talk about the commanding general on this day seventy five years ago. And that was the white D Eisenhower. Go on to be our president as well. Donald joins to talk about that Dakota territory air museum and might not has events today. We'll tell you about that. And then we're gonna talk about some workforce issues today to Michelle Comber department of Commerce Commission will join us and talk a little bit about that. So we have all that coming up on the program today and welcome your calls, your questions your priority. One for today. Is honoring our veterans. Priority. One is remembering d day, if you in any way have a story about a family member. If you were there. If you add a neighbor, if you had a friend, if you had a co worker if you've stories that you really appreciate about.

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06:48 min | 2 years ago

"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"The patch patchy fired up. They are fired up because the floss is coming out of the ground. Those flannel planning decisions are being made and pretty soon, you know, the the seeds planted, and then it sprayed time, and they have a product that anybody who buys one says while did I make the right decision here. And you know, my favorite part of this is I'm not a farmer a radio guy, but I talked to farmers, and I like farmers one things plumbers t tell me is that you know, when it's money when it's wet it is a bear getting in and out of the field. I can't get with a with a patchy sprayer urine. Well, before your neighbors without an Apache sprayer because of that light footprint, it really is low maintenance great warranty the whole deal. So check them out in mandate on in frontier, which is south Fargo exit sixty across WalMart there and tell them Scott, thanks online to at high plains, Apache dot com. All right fascinating conversation with Kelsey warrant. I'm telling you, Kelsey one is is a rare rare. Breed because there's not many billionaires that the run a company to the to the magnitude of energy transfer partners that want to get on the radio and talk with a guy for half an hour about their business. There's not one they're busy too. There's more downside than upside. Because every single thing you, you say people are, you know, parsing one way or another, and I just love not only his his robust attitude on pipeline infrastructure and talking about that. Because I think that's the only way you win the battle. You've just got to have these conversations and and where folks down on it. But also, the friend has been in North Dakota. You know, I mean, that's pretty rare. Because honestly, they could've you know. Left North Dakota. Not exactly real thrilled with the idea of of of what they ended up enduring through the Dakota Access pipeline. But there remained a friend through that. And it's it's it's pretty cool. I love that story out of flasher. Just love that story. So cool. Okay. So thanks to Kelsey. And thanks to all I guess today. No, forget press conference at university of Mary Ed eleven today. We've spent a fair amount of time in this program talking about one of the signatory refuse in this year's legislative session. And that is the Theodore Roosevelt museum and library project. The project is planned for the entrance to the park named in his honor the only park in the national park system named for a president named for an individual. And so that's pretty cool. And obviously the connection to North Dakota. And teddy Roosevelt also is pretty unique. You know, some people say, well, he's only was only here your and a half. And how I say can you name me the president's spent more time here in North Dakota. Give me some it's been two and a half who spent three how about five, you know. So he's sort of our blown connection to a president number one. Number two. There is a there is a robust interest in. In teddy Roosevelt, nationwide worldwide and North Dakota has an opportunity with this tap into that the legislature is now set aside fifty million dollars it'll leverage one hundred million dollars before it ultimately is expanded meeting. You got one hundred fifty million dollars to go. You have the Roosevelt family, and others that are very much behind it. I wanna talk a little bit about, you know, whether or not. Building. This will actually bring people north gutter because people have been skeptical about that. And I know nobody better to do that. Then the great Joe Wiegand Joe who has he's a little schizophrenic because some days Joe Wigan and some days. He's teddy Roosevelt. He's a little bit of a Jekyll at height. But he's a really good teddy Roosevelt the nation's best. But he's also a good Joe, Joe, how're you doing Scott Hannan. I'm as the president would say fine as toads hair with microscopically, fine. And I am so glad to be with you. I'm often the one who says that my friend clay jenkinson who does Thomas Jefferson Theodore Roosevelt, John Steinbeck, Meriwether Lewis Oppenheimer. I say, my friend clay has multiple personality disorder. Teddy roosevelt. I gotta tell you what I've done for fifteen years. I hope to do them for another fifteen part of my job is to recruit and train. Some other young men and middle aged men to do teddy Roosevelt around the country. That's why we do the gathering of TR's out in Madora. But I'm delighted to be with you. Congratulations to the people of North Dakota to governor Burgum. The members of the state legislature people throughout this state who understand that if we build it. They will come the teddy Roosevelt is mount Rushmore worthy. And when that presidential library and museum gets built tens of thousands of more people are certainly going to be coming to Madeira into Theodore Roosevelt national park bully for the people of North Dakota. Wow. That's that's quite an endorsement, that's amazing. Go back to play. Jan goodson. You're going to add one other label for him. I ran into last night at at dinner, Trump derangement syndrome. I think about North Dakota. This is one of the last places in the country where people who disagreed vehemently can have pleasant and kind conversations can agree to disagree. Theodore Roosevelt loved this. This wonderful combat of ideas, and let the best idea win be a man or a woman in the arena, don't be shy about expressing yourself it as I told the school children around the state around this country. Shame upon us as a people if we allow ourselves to denigrate one another or question one another's integrity, simply because we disagree about policy or disagree about candidates. It's it's it's something that I think the people of North Dakota have risen above. And I think it's something that the one of the many many virtues and values that will be taught at the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum. Well said yeah, I really appreciate that. Because I've always had that relationship with Klay where you could just have a fun conversation and go back and forth and rib each other a little bit and have significant differences. We had a great chat. Last night. It was fun to catch up with him a little bit of my best clay jenkinson and the work being done Claes, very strongly affiliated with the Theodore Roosevelt center at Dickinson state university. They've got their wonderful nationally recognized TR symposium September twelfth through the fourteenth. And by golly. The Madora musical be over by then. So if you still need another fix teddy Roosevelt to DS, UNC, clay jenkinson and Sharon kills her and all the wonderful people that DSU will have some wonderful authors from around the country for that. But I've got to tell you Scott, I travel the country I go all over and tell people about Madora North Dakota is an honor and a blessing to do. So, but I can tell you as I travel the country when I get back into the territory when I can hear AM one thousand flag or five fifty the fire that you got to be on a dozen. You're that you're the Paul Harvey.

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03:05 min | 2 years ago

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"So he might drive by the lot invite you'd better hustle in there and make that deal right now on a great deal back on what's on your mind. Ten before the top of the hour. Let's go to David who's been waiting while two-way end, David what's on your mind? Well, are you Scott? Oh, yeah. Couple of things for the congressman with the big floods one of the real assets of the Dakotas as well as some of the surrounding states as topsoil and with the floods wonder if there's any kind of way that you can fast track some topsoil remediation. Saving that topsoil people in this centuries in the future gonna thank you for doing it. The other thing talking about the bar report. I gotta disagree with you. You just go to page fifty one it starts out very interesting with all sorts of very strange allegations. And then all of a sudden it says ongoing investigation. So there is no you start looking at the collusion with Donny junior with his daughter with Manafort with Roger stone. In fact, Roger stone is totally. I'm not sure how you define. Collusion. David. But we don't have enough time to probably find out. But let me give Kelly chance to address this both on the topsoil front and also on what you climbing. The report is collusion. Yeah. Well, I think the top run. I mean that is one thing we're always working on whether cover crop programs, particularly like I said, I drove up to a yesterday, and there's a whole whole lot of water up. There aren't going to be areas that aren't going to be able to be planted this year. So not only do. I mean, we have to monitor that. I I will say that our farmers are the best about resources to know where we're at with that. But also making sure that they know what I'll programs are available and just real quick before we get into second part of that question. I think it's import- gals. Make sure everybody realizes that you have to get your two thousand eighteen certified certification in by may first to qualify for the market the second round of payments, the market siltation program. So that's just a little public service announcement from your congressman while we're doing that. And with regards to the to the report they I mean. This obstruction conversation is going to go on for for a long time. We know that we've already seen what the chairman of the committees who they're paying what they're trying to the peanut, but it is abundantly clear in section one of the report that the president of United States was not involved, you know, criminal conspiracy art, which is the legal version of collision with with the Russian government. And I mean, it is crystal clear in section one of the report governor Doug Burgum has addressed the passing today in the house, and now Senator will be it will be the done deal on the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum. We are deeply grateful to the legislators who recognize the store cartoon ity presented.

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04:24 min | 2 years ago

"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Maybe you're spending state legislature should read this. It sounds like there's potential for the golden goose not to be as large as they seem to think it is. Right. And it was zero had you said zero head dot com. But specifically on shale stocks. All right. We'll check it out. An expert who relies a lot on on the shale play later this week, but Kelsey warrant, so we we can see what he thinks about this article is I think about the third or fourth one that's been on zero edge a last three or four months. Interesting. The only thing that all of how. Let's called a lesson. Bright light on the outlook for the shale business. And by the way, you know, Ed Schaefer was there when the when the shale play started and also member of the continental resources aboard the look a little ahead of the curve. Do you think hell doesn't worry about? Or I think the point I was going to make the herald is fail stocks shale production manufacturing, agriculture, whatever, I think, our government's we spend less money. You know? So we tend to look at this oil is going to go on forever. You know, the economy's going to go on forever this and that and we tend to spend with ever money. We have nobody is shaping designing our government to what we need. And this just like how much do we have let's spend it. I think that's a bad way to to create public policy. When I was office eight years, we actually lowered the cost of government for the first time while we increase spending in education health and safety for the people. We can do that today. But we don't we just say spend the money so herald, your message isn't necessarily shale is they spend spend our money wisely efficiently. Here today isn't gonna be here. Forever. This is a four mandatory from yesterday. And I I don't often agree with the Formato. But this is a this is a world on one specific to how the legislature should look at legacy funds and and funded the North Carolina ledgers flummoxed about what to do with the legacy fund, the state's piggyback of oil revenues the fun which voters approved in two thousand ten has an impressive balance five point six billion, but lawmakers utterly lack vision for the fund a powerful strategic asset to improve the state's economic future. It's a shiny rifle hanging over the fireplace. Mantel that the legislature loves to look at but doesn't wanna touch inexcusably. The state still lacks a roadmap for the legacy fund nine years after its creation, so far the legislatures most significant use of this vital asset came at twenty seventeen when they siphon two hundred million in earnings to balance the budget, hardly strategic investment. The best idea we've seen to tap. The legacy earnings as governor Doug Burgum proposal to fifty million to match one hundred million and private donations to establish the Theodore Roosevelt, presidential library. Museum at the entrance and Madora of the national park named in his honor. That project was among three hundred million dollars slated projects of statewide importance the governor recommended but the legislature doesn't appear interested thus far legislators supported the Roosevelt center is to provide an dominant including ten million that already was set aside for the library museum as well as authorisation for thirty five million dollar loan from the Bank of North Dakota alone. Really that's the best players can do for the project that promises to elevate. The state's visibility on the national and even global stage and alert visitors Senator rich wardner Republican from North Dakota, the Senate majority leader and the author of the funding compromises suggested legacy fund could be used to repay the loan. I don't care how you cut. This Warner says this is a legacy project. It's a legacy project. Our point exactly after almost a death a decade and with absolutely nothing to show for the legacy fund, steady accumulation of billions of dollars. Legislators have to worry how long taxpayers will be content with a big fat piggy Bank balance and no tangible. Benefits. Honestly. What are they waiting for? Nobody's been advocating spending the funds principal. We're talking about investing a portion of the earnings in North Dakota. Agreed a better future for the state's not even done. This thing went on and on and on and I agree wholeheartedly. I wanna talk about your thoughts. About how the legacy fund earnings are spending. Whether or not some of your vision on research could be used for that. When we come back with that shape. Or don't go away. The key to us. Strong home is a solid foundation and that starts from.

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"theodore roosevelt presidential library museum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"To give a convicted felon a forum just tell stories and lie about the president of the United States. So they can all start their impeachment process. Mr Chairman, we are better than this. We are better than this. I. That is really good. Jim Jordan from Ohio making the opening remarks in the hearing of Michael Cohen testimony didn't know that they weren't able to ask anything else outside the purview of the things. They wanted them to ask about. So this is terrible. This is the consequences of the Republicans losing the house because you know, now now with that with that majority comes to the power of these hearings, and they're going to do this. Lanny Davis is right behind him. By the way, our listeners beat Jim Jordan to that revelation about Lanny Davis. So that we didn't know, but you know, we're keeping a close eye on all of this to extra says corn is simply trying to save his own and short jail time. Here we go with the democrat party. Here we go is right here, we go liars in the know math green new deal Kelley should enjoy it. Yes. Congressman Kelly entre work, I on when he testifies today. He was on yesterday with that Jay from the program, but that'll be certainly a highlight go back up to the arguing. Again. We respect your right to be here. We also asked intern for your respect as we proceed with the business of the committee today, it is the function of the committee should proceed without any disruptions. Any disruptions of this committee will result. If anybody's watching this Kelley Armstrong as he faced the as you face, the the hearings. You know, the diets I guess or whatever he is right right to the left in the front. Second one in on the front. So the camera shot has on quite often. It looks like they were arguing a little bit again. But anyway, okay. So where was I on that on that text? The. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Find my texts Kelly will enjoy it. I guess that's what I meant. Yeah. So we're gonna watch that for you today. Texter says. What the prosecutor said about Cohen that you just read to us for that too. Representative armstrong. Okay. All right says, Dan and Dickinson. We'll do. I just read some quotes. That was epic. Absolutely. Oh my gosh. Texter says, please ask Ryan why we have to pay twenty dollars to e file North Dakota. When federal is free. All right question. For Ryan Washburn who'll join us a little later on. Texter says Cohen is not just a liar. He's a liar under oath. Why should anyone believe a word? He says he's not nicknamed the rat for nothing. Well, that's why Jordan segments Stephen was. So so brilliant. He was just convicted of lying before congress. Oh, let's get them. Right. Back up again. Yeah. You can't say, well, he's under oath. So therefore, you know, we can believe this because he was under oath before. On. Both to actually says did you see the new poll on the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum? I did I haven't dug into it in great detail. Maybe we'll try and schedule a guest on it. I guess sixty four percent of North Dakota's support, establishing the Theodore Roosevelt presidential library museum. Seventy one percent agreed the library would be a positive impact state's national reputation. What else is on here? Sixty nine percent in Fargo and Grand Forks, seventy one percent in my not in Bismark seventy percent, including seventy percent in Fargo in the Bismarck, believe the library would increase tourism prospects. Sixty nine percent believe there's no better place to build a library in the North Dakota. Eighty-one percent agreeing agree increasing tourism should be a priority for the North Dakota legislature. Right. They took that. Recently here. We will try and find out more about his January four hundred phone respondents across North Dakota in January. It was. Okay. All right. So the numbers they are impressive. And we will. Effort an opportunity within that. Of course is an issue in the election from the standpoint of funding because the governor governor Burgum has proposed that the state participate to the tune of fifty million dollars from the from the. Legacy fund. Because this would be a legacy long-term infrastructure project. And the fifty million dollars would only come out of the legacy fund if another one hundred million dollars was raised to two to one match. So that's the argument that the governor makes on that one. Texas's says I believe President Trump will our president is overseas. Doing what numerous president before him would not do President Trump is working to keep the US in the world safe Democrats reporting that rat Cohen in front of cameras to make our President Trump look. So disgusting so disgusting to make our.

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