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Minnesota Governor Announces Changes to Statewide Policing Practices

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Minnesota Governor Announces Changes to Statewide Policing Practices

"Hi Mike Rossi reporting Minnesota's governor announces changes to policing practices Minnesota governor Tim walls in out state wide changes to policing Monday the wall said will increase transparency and accountability walls directed state law enforcement agencies to develop a policy that will allow families of victims killed by officers in those agencies to view body camera footage within five days of the fatal encounter additionally a police misconduct database will be created the executive action also directs fifteen million dollars in grants received via the American rescue plan federal stimulus package for community safety and violence intervention programs walls acted just days after former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shelton was sentenced to twenty two and a half years in prison for the death of George

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US allows 1st emergency use of a COVID-19 antibody drug

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

US allows 1st emergency use of a COVID-19 antibody drug

"There are encouraging results for coronavirus vaccine candidate and now a new experimental drugs approved to help treat patients who are sick with Kobe nineteen for patients over age twelve with mild to moderate symptoms Eli Lilly's antibody treatment has now received emergency use authorization from the food and drug administration it's given through IV but doesn't seem to help those with severe cases and there's excitement over five users covert vaccine candidate the company announced its ninety percent effective at preventing the virus in thousands of patients drug researcher Paul do Praxair's a long way to go before that boxing is the faxing Minnesota governor Tim walls as an effective vaccine would be a huge step we get our lives back we get our economy back it would be many months before a vaccine could be widely distributed so mask wearing is still considered the safest prevention method Jackie Quinn Washington

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Minnesota governor signs "long overdue" police reform bill

The Power Trip

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Minnesota governor signs "long overdue" police reform bill

"Minnesota's new police reform bill is officially signed into law governor Tim Walls signee Minnesota Police Accountability Act on Thursday nearly two months after the death of George Floyd and the first call for police reform, the bill bands, chokehold and warrior style police training for it's a new board to oversee police misconduct claims, and creates improvise I should say improved debt data on deadly use of force.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTOK

"Meantime you have the police chief who came out here yesterday the team personnel but there's any damage to the building the walls on the outside a little bit on the inside of this precinct with abandon on Monday night but she is saying that this has to be reoccupied by the police because it is a public safety issue that response times for priority one calls like rapes and robberies have more than tripled in five minutes the eighty minute classes dance Springer this is a federal judge's banned pepper spray and flash bang devices to break up peaceful protest for two weeks this comes after black lives matters to the police department the police chief has said some protesters violently targeted the police president trump I'll wait till the autonomous zone you look at Seattle okay what's that all about how do they allow that to happen it's just a bad philosophy residents speaking of fox's Harris Faulkner on policing the president said he'd like to see the end of chokehold while at the same time he said officers might need them in certain circumstances Republican members of the Minnesota legislature say they'll block an effort by Democrats to remake policing in the state democratic governor Tim walls and Democrats in the state house are calling for a sweeping set of reforms in Minneapolis the Democrat led city councilors approved resolutions that would create a new model of safety and a new charter Wall Street at the close the Dow plus four seventy seven America is listening to fox news there's never been a more critical time fox news media is bringing America together America is watching this debate on fox.

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Minnesota governor unveils sweeping police reform plan

Joel Riley

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Minnesota governor unveils sweeping police reform plan

"Center Minnesota governor Tim walls proposing a police reform and accountability legislative package governor issuing a reshape of departments use of deadly force policy the new models to ensure public safety including a robust framework of accountability Minnesota wants to create an independent investigation unit to assist in the prosecution of police involved

"tim walls" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Minnesota governor Tim walls met with proponents of police reform in Minneapolis that's the place where George Floyd was murdered the governor said he supports a national database that we keep track of police misconduct CBS news update I'm Steve Futterman well another Christopher Columbus statue has come down as being put away this one is in Connecticut where the Columbus statue is being removed in the city of New London the mayor says they are taking steps to get that station that statue rather out of harm's way former patriots and current Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says a team in the NFL is interested in signing quarterback Colin Kaepernick he wouldn't get into details but there has been some speculation and even a suggestion from congressman Joe Kennedy that the patriots might be a possible landing spot Capper Nick is not played in the NFL in four years but at one time was considered one of the the best QB's in the league in fact leading the San Francisco forty Niners at one point to a Superbowl he has long maintained he's been blacklisted by the league after his take a knee protests during the playing of the national anthem Denise o'sullivan of the N. double ACP Boston chapter says his silent message on the sidelines in a way helped spark the police brutality discuss calling Capper Nick sacrifices career to the site in that I am a so many others are appreciative of his sacrifice and this is an example how do we make sure it is this moment doesn't allow this is a stranger willing to lay it all on the line for eighty it's going to be a long journey we want our country we want our Commonwealth we want our cities and towns to truly truly truly live up to the promises of America Capranica did sue the NFL eventually getting a multi million dollar settlement coming up on WBZ baby you can drive my car to a movie night setting details coming up it's eight oh three we get into the roadways right now traffic and weather together Laurie Grandy watching the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes all right if I were to say to the words of screeching grinding metal big giant bang what what do you think just happened truck into a bridge exactly over height truck right now it's on the lever connectors southbound right before levert circle so it's our right at the end of the lever connector going into the store title so watch out for that that's going to cause some delays already is out there also is stopping go traffic now little connectors southbound this is because of work crews is set up between planes street and industrial Avenue there in Lowell still the Electric Company is that dealing with a broken pole it happened earlier when a car crashed into it this is on the.

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Minnesota launches civil rights probe into Minneapolis police

Pat Walsh

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Minnesota launches civil rights probe into Minneapolis police

"Minnesota governor Tim walls announced a civil rights investigation of Minneapolis police as a step towards that deconstruction of systemic racism the Minnesota department of human rights is filing a commissioner's charge of discrimination to launch a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department the probe to investigate instances of discriminatory use of force by Minneapolis police over the last ten

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Minnesota files civil rights charge against police over Floyd death

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Minnesota files civil rights charge against police over Floyd death

"The firing of former Minneapolis police officers at a rest of one is just part of the fall out of the death of George Floyd Minnesota governor Tim walls the Minnesota department of human rights is filing a commissioner's charge of discrimination to launch a civil rights investigation into the Minneapolis police department CBS news legal analyst Jonathan Turley given the level of anger that we see in the streets of Minneapolis around the country the state appears to be trying to show the public that it is moving aggressively towards

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"tim walls" Discussed on AP News

AP News

14:50 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on AP News

"President trump is turning up the pressure on governors to stem week long violence by again calling for more national guard to hit the streets the president's focus today on his hometown tweeting NYC call up the National Guard the losers and lowlifes are ripping you apart governor Andrew Cuomo agrees New York City police didn't get the job done they are supposed to protect the community protect the property they did not do that in New York City last night he's offering to deploy the guard but mayor bill de Blasio says he doesn't need it we have not had a loss of life the last 5 days the National Guard has been out in the Minnesota governor Tim walls is resisting calls to send in bigger numbers saying that's not going to make his state or the nation whole again we're going to establish peace on our streets when we address the systemic issues that caused it in the first place Sager made Donnie Washington

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US cities erupt in more violence as Trump decries `lowlifes'

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 2 years ago

US cities erupt in more violence as Trump decries `lowlifes'

"President trump is turning up the pressure on governors to stem week long violence by again calling for more national guard to hit the streets the president's focus today on his hometown tweeting NYC call up the National Guard the losers and lowlifes are ripping you apart governor Andrew Cuomo agrees New York City police didn't get the job done they are supposed to protect the community protect the property they did not do that in New York City last night he's offering to deploy the guard but mayor bill de Blasio says he doesn't need it we have not had a loss of life the last five days the National Guard has been out in the Minnesota governor Tim walls is resisting calls to send in bigger numbers saying that's not going to make his state or the nation whole again we're going to establish peace on our streets when we address the systemic issues that caused it in the first place Sager made Donnie Washington

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"tim walls" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Follow what's your view house Majority Leader Ryan Winkler has since deleted this tweet but in the immediate aftermath of the truck incident you wrote on Twitter protesters I know watching truck driver drove into a crowd and intentionally ran into them white supremacist insignia protesters stopped the truck please check on the bridge we know now that none of that is true should one of the top political leaders in Minnesota between something like that in an already tense and chaotic yeah certainly not I think it's a it's an example again I I don't think we should do civic leadership via Twitter I think we see in these situations happen it's it's chaotic for people there's a lot of emotions I think that's why it's really important and I would just say that we we have a void of really city of cohesive messaging and and we've seen this with covert and some of the other things and I think it's creating that so I would encourage everyone out there no it's not helpful you know as it as it turns out in there so we'll see how it goes that I I think you had somebody did something really stupid I got in a dangerous situation my people on the highway feels incredibly lucky that he did not kill someone and is really lucky that Minnesotans show their better angels and he did not get killed in the Minnesota democratic governor Tim walls got pulled off I mean I thought we were witnessing that again so no I would encourage everyone please please do not do that if it is not helpful and I think apology yes we did one back first of all it feels kind of silly for I think.

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"tim walls" Discussed on The News Junkie

The News Junkie

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on The News Junkie

"An options appreciate you voice your opinion getting your thoughts out there. Let's do one more real quick. Here is Osmond with dispatch speaking of all this launch in space talk. Guys have watched space force yet I I watched it last weekend this weekend and It's great zeal. Carol does a fantastic job. I highly recommend you wretched. Thank you man. I haven't watched. I saw mixed reviews. I did too I heard mixed reviews. I haven't seen any of it, but maybe try to maybe I'll crack that out today. Well, and I did not get to Epstein at all I feel ashamed I almost clicked on it like twenty times, and then there was all this stuff going on in the news and I didn't ever get to watching it. Mark Calendar for the Pedo Doc I Salat to take and I've heard. Not Sabrina I have not I've not I I? It's kind of a one episode at a time for my household, which is fine by me. It's just in four episodes of could've maybe stretched it out because it's very zero sixty as far as the information and the details, the episodes all like really long or they all like an hour an hour. It's not too bad. See I'm I'm excited about it, but. It's also like it's not really exciting content, because it's so dark well right like. If. It's hard to say I really enjoyed that documentary. Because it's not stuff that you should know, but it's. It's it's real. It's real. It's fascinating and it's. It's presented well I. Think they did a good job well? There was a lot of talk about these protesters specifically in Minneapolis. And where did they come from Minneapolis Mayor? Jacob, FRY was one of the people who is coming forward. Also Minnesota Governor Tim Walls and they I said the majority. Okay, they said the majority of the protesters arrested were from outside Minneapolis who sought to take advantage of the chaos I. Don't know why they did that I. Don't know why they said that. But you can look at all the people who were arrested in what they were booked for, and that wasn't the truth at all there there were some people I said eighty six percent of the arrests, so that leaves fourteen percent, but eighty six percent of the thirty six arrests listed their addresses in Minnesota. I think some of this stuff is like tactics to try to get people to calm down. It's not unlike where they said hey, everybody, these are white supremacists and bad actors that are engaging stuff. We need everybody to stay home tonight, so we can nab them. It's like you're saying this, so people will stay home, so you won't have the people on the streets. That doesn't lead to the situation that you see further down that path. Did you see the speech from the mayor of Atlanta? Kisha Lance bottoms yeah talking about her. Eighteen year, old son, and when she found out that there was protesting and that it was starting to escalate you know calling him. Where are you and just? Very impassioned plea to the residents of Atlanta go to go home yet. Hurry killer, Mike, who is up there, and he's been obviously a rapper in an activist forever and a lot of powerful messages from around. Yeah. That makes sense. They all were having their say as all. This was going on now. The question is what's next in remains to be seen. We'll be back with more your dispatches. The final ones stories that didn't make the cut and today learn to wrap everything up for a Monday news junkie on real radio..

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"tim walls" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

14:57 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"For the other illegal activity following the release hello I don't expect it will be able to release some of the names of those folks that have been arrested and some of the background information that we have pulled together and we hope to be able to do that today who's gone missing John Harrington is the commissioner of public safety in the state of Minnesota we heard from the state's governor Tim walls as well as the mayor of Minneapolis Jacob fry in Melvin Carter who is the mayor of Saint Paul Minnesota I'm sorry St Paul Minnesota this event from much earlier in the day today to give you an update on the situation protests have continued tonight demonstrations on several big cities around the country among them a large gathering outside city hall in San Francisco shutting down a highway in Miami and an attempt to topple a statue in Philadelphia in the week all of this in the wake of the death of George Floyd who died in police custody this past Monday in Minneapolis the demonstrations have spread to what is now a reported three dozen cities across the country curfews have been imposed and some of the nation's largest cities that includes Los Angeles Atlanta Philadelphia and of course Minneapolis and St Paul and as you heard from the governor this event earlier today he is activating thousands more members of the Minnesota National Guard and he did say he declined an offer from the federal government to send U. S. army military police to be deployed on the streets of Minnesota cities but as we mentioned protests continuing around the country in what is believed to be as many as three dozen U. S. citizens those protests going on now C. span radio American history TV this week a conversation with civil war scholar Alain Gilles he talks about president Abraham Lincoln and Confederate general Robert E. this conversation took place in September twenty seventeen hosted by the university of Virginia's civil war history center opening comments by historian Gary Gallagher of you via Allen is the Henry R. Luce the third professor of the civil war era at Gettysburg college read also serves as director of the civil war you're a studies program he did his graduate work in history at the university of Pennsylvania where he focused on the history of religion he also has field holds a master of divinity degree his roster of publications is so long that I'm not going to even try to read them all to you can go to Alan Kelso dot com and get a full accounting of not only his publications but other salient elements of his biography and that doing so what I'm going to do here is mentioned five books that I think are especially pertinent to what we'll be doing this afternoon and I'll just read the men are the first is called Abraham Lincoln redeemer president published by William B. organs in nineteen ninety eight and one the first of Alanson comprises Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation the end of slavery in America published by Simon and Schuster in two thousand and four I brought him his second Lincoln prize Lincoln Douglas debates that defined America also Simon and Schuster two thousand eight for some reason didn't win the Lincoln prize April lightning whose new history of the civil war and reconstruction came out from Oxford University Press in two thousand twelve and the fifth title mention is Gettysburg the last invasion published by can offer in two thousand thirteen which brought a third Lincoln prize to Allah is the only person who's won three others have one too he's currently working on a biography of Robert E. Lee which also will be published by can often that will be one of the things will get to today he and I are going to talk about his work today and about the field of civil war era studies more broadly and I want to begin with I have a question relating to the opportunities for people in our field to try to reach a broader audience Allen writes for national newspapers and other publications he's done courses for the teaching company the great courses company you have reached a broader audience and I would like your thoughts about whether this is something we really should strive to do why you do it how effective do you think it is and what it yields for our field in terms of disseminating really good scholarship to a broader audience well first of all let me thank you for the opportunity to be here and especially to the now senator will courteous to everyone here has to lose variances as Stephanie to everyone who has just made my visit here over the last several days such an exceedingly pleasant one Nick in some research in derives I have I have been within the reach of many manuscripts of some diaries and one off like that looking at what people are writing thinking and saying in those tumultuous times a hundred fifty years ago I'm glad to be here on this very very significant and special day one of the greatest days in American history and I'm noticing that people are starting to look at each other like this is the fourth of July no no no it's it's it's September twenty second and we did this on purpose a hundred and fifty fifth anniversary of the preliminary Emancipation Proclamation writing about that back in twenty twelve in the Wall Street journal got me some unusual responses they got a death threat it often happens people writing in the Wall Street journal we get all kinds of threats I suppose but I imagine I did manage that I succeeded in injuring someone sensibilities and writing about the Emancipation Proclamation but in a way if testifies to the fact that if you say you saw it was a good thing yes I I did I know that someone that someone I think what it does speak to the fact that there is a large audience among Americans for trying to understand our history because what I would have ruled how do we identify as Americans we don't identify ourselves or or shouldn't on the basis of a language of an ethnicity of an established religion of race of any percentage what I've what I've done for us as Americans fundamentally Lincoln nailed that and the guys were dressed what identifies us as Americans is proposition that all men are created equal and the history of how we have unfolded and live with that proposition is really the most important aspect of our identity so when we write about our history we're not just doing antiquarian ism we're doing a constant here by here check a five decade rejects Fundacion and sometimes referendum on that proposition I regard what I have done in the popular press fully as much as the academic presses really being two sides of one coin and that is how do we explain ourselves to ourselves as Americans and that should draw in more than just an academic audience I should draw in all of us because that's what touches all of us and that's what identifies all of us so if I'm writing for instance for the journal of the early Republic four four civil war history one from writing for the Wall Street journal or from writing for The Washington Post really regard those as being part of an overall endeavor is our constant reminder of ourselves of who we are and what we are dedicated to something that involves more than academics it involves more than just college students it really is something which embraces all of us so I think it's important especially especially for for historians like ourselves to be able to speak to everybody because really speaking to our identity as Americans speaking professionally speaking as citizens there is one and only one identifier I'm an American and that is that you are a citizen to being a citizen of the American Republic is in my book just about the greatest privilege honor for specially well positioned to reach a broader audience because so many of the issues from the civil war continues to resonate we can see echoes of them in we can see echo seven in our day to day life including responses from some states to our and president are preceding president talking about secession Texas when president Obama was in office California with president trump in office now it's you don't have to look very far in current American politics and society to find echoes of the civil war era so sometimes it's even more than a coach there was an op ed in the Sacramento bee I think I'm citing this correctly but it was not that in in the Sacramento bee yesterday thank in which the leader of the office said that California is a twenty first century state which is mired in a nineteenth century country and therefore it should separate itself which is a way of saying California is an entirely different culture from the rest of the United States and I thought yeah that is exactly what they were saying in South Carolina in December of eighteen so I'm trying to ask people if they're really striving to emulate South Carolina in eighteen sixties that's your role model well short term I think long term it didn't turn out so well for South Carolina but it does come back to the fact that it was so often questions that we think are uniquely current and uniquely modern really have these long routes and sometimes are replicating even the rhetoric of a hundred and fifty years ago on longer civil war scholar Allen goes up in a conversation with Gary Gallagher of the university of Virginia this conversation took place in twenty seventeen yes there's almost nothing new I think it does seem to be that what seems new if you don't know anything this is because of everything this is because the fundamental questions that are posed by the American experiment really do not change either we really are all about the business of debating that fundamental proposition so in a sense it's not a total surprise the kind of rhetoric the kind of assumptions that kind of stances that you hear people strike today will find on canning and sometimes on Irving echoes of those a hundred and fifty hundred fifty five years ago for the historian what we have to do is to signal this is what the relationships are be careful what you wish for whether it's whether it's the Sacramento bee or the Charleston mercury when you write do you write specifically with more than one audience in mind you I mean obviously your books are reviewed in the main line scholarly journals but do you have one or the other of those audiences more in mind or do you not even think about that especially I can't say that I really think about it some sometimes impassable what kind of schooling to do have in writing how do you go about the writing and said that hi I can only shrug my shoulders I never had a writing class I never had someone struck me this is how you're right this is a right that arrived at the other thanks I have no better explanation is simply to say I want to explain something to people I want to communicate with people and I look for ways to do that and I don't really have a better explanation usually read a lot of good price I I think I do I think I did and I'm I'm probably good at imitating but I it's nothing in my mind of these it it's nothing more complicated than that I can't I can't make it work all right we'll try to make you more complicated than that I have a question I really want to get to the net is did you wake up one morning thank Corey for him Lincoln he just hasn't gotten enough attention writers I think I'd better write a book about Lincoln what what brought you you're you're trained as a historian religion wrote about Jonathan Edwards in your dissertation in your your early work how do you get from Jonathan Edwards in religion Abraham Lincoln well it's a little unusual but not more unusual than well let's say a chess game there's a few strange moves after it made in process but not too many I wrote my doctoral dissertation on Johnson Edwards on the problem of determinism and free will in eighteen century moral philosophy that's a title made for wide public consumption yeah I was in the nineteen they actually they actually did do a second edition but it was the one with macular McConaughey really resonates yeah the one with Nick Nolte is says energized lurking no with Nick Nolte is George Whitfield right but I had a group wrote the.

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George Floyd death: Minnesota governor decries violent protests

Fork Report

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

George Floyd death: Minnesota governor decries violent protests

"Minnesota governor Tim walls it says that there will not be a repeat of the writing and violent protests that rocked Minneapolis last night he said today he is fully mobilizing the National Guard to stop the looting and burning of stores and businesses in response to the death of George

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George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

On The Money

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

George Floyd protesters burn huge buildings to the ground as Minneapolis erupts in flames and National Guard called in

"On civil society I'm Pam who sell fox news that's how Minnesota governor Tim walls describes the overnight riots in Minneapolis buildings burned to the ground in businesses looted in response to the death of George Floyd the black man who died after a white police officer held is need to be snack with more protests expected today governor walls says law enforcement will respond more forcefully than it did last night we mobilized the largest mobilization of National Guard that were in the field last night of over seven hundred we pulled in state patrol and state assets to augment Minneapolis isn't Paul's force today the full mobilization of the Minnesota National Guard has been ordered that means over thirteen thousand

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"tim walls" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on WTOP

"Governor Tim walls pleaded for them to go home the wanton destruction and specifically of ethnic businesses that took generations to build are being torn down the demonstrations only intensified after Minneapolis police officer Derek shop and was charged yesterday with third degree murder and manslaughter all four officers who were part of the arrest have been fired CBS news correspondent Kenny McCormick says the Pentagon is ordering military police units to prepare CBS news has learned the Pentagon's ordered the army to put police units on alert some are on a return to base within thirty minutes notice that's the last alert stage before they receive in order to head to Minneapolis or elsewhere and this involves military units and a handful of states so far turning now to our historic space launch set for today from U. S. soil for the first time since the space shuttle program ended in twenty eleven I'm Peter king at the Kennedy Space Center the weather is still iffy Air Force meteorologists predicting a fifty percent chance of acceptable weather at launch time astronauts dug earlier Bob Beckett had breakfast they were about to shoot up and in just under an hour they will head out to the launch pad there are several go no go points where NASA and SpaceX could scrub Wednesday they called it off just under seventeen minutes before launch more fallout from gold at nineteen your U. S. passport won't help you in Greece Greece will start accepting foreign tourists from twenty nine countries in another two weeks but the US is not on that list only foreign nationals from countries that are successfully contained covert nineteen will be admitted Danes and Norwegians can start visiting each other again next month but Swedes are being left out of that arrangement for similar reasons and in Italy the leaning tower of Pisa has re opened to tourists again three months after closing due to coronavirus Vicki Barker CBS news London the Supreme Court is refusing to block restrictions in California limiting attendance at church services at the cove at nineteen pandemic continues Chief Justice John Roberts joined the poor liberals on the divided court in allowing rules imposing a twenty five percent occupancy cap this CBS news never miss a moment top news from W. T. O. P. twenty four seven three sixty five listen on air on Alexa and on the W. T. O. P. app WTOP news time eleven oh three on Saturday may thirtieth twenty twenty seventy two degrees highs in the upper seventies to low eighties this is Washington's top news one oh three point five FM and WTOP dot com here is said because those angry demonstrations over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis have come to the nation's capital protests began on the used record or Friday night in a hot steamy night in the nation's capital intensified as protesters descended on Lafayette square in front of the White House in some cases confrontations between protesters and law enforcement god more protesters marched again this time to Capitol Hill but after a vigil was held there are more skirmishes and confrontations broke out in front of the White House again video posted to social media shows police using pepper spray after police and protesters clashed in the early morning hours more protests are expected later today John W. WTOP news meanwhile leaders.

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"tim walls" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"So the governor Tim walls as violent and destructive protest shake the streets of Minneapolis for a fourth night thousands of people ignoring a curfew which were expressed outrage over the death of George Floyd a black man who died after a white police officer killed his knee on his neck you need to go home the purpose of this and we're seeing it spread across the country is making it more difficult to get to the point where we can deal with these issues stores have been looted and several fires have been burning for hours we as a city are so much more than this we is the city can be so much better than this Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry the chaos spilling over to cities across the country police cars torched in New York Atlanta and Richmond Virginia in Detroit one person was killed after police say someone in an S. U. V. sprayed bullets into a crowd of demonstrators in San Jose authorities say an SUV plowed into a crowd of protesters before speeding off at least two people were hurt with more protests anticipated the Pentagon has ordered the army to put several military police units on alert they could be deployed to Minneapolis the police officer at the center of the outrage is in custody and his wife has reportedly filed for divorce for many of us police officer Derek Chapman has been charged by the head of the county attorney's office with murder and with manslaughter Hennepin county DA Mike Freeman says more charges are possible three other Minneapolis police officers were fired another big story president trump's decision to terminate relations with the world health organization over its handling of the corona virus nearly one hundred three thousand Americans headlight America's listening.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Governor Tim walls as fresh violence erupts in Minneapolis and St Paul this arson that is taking place puts many people at risk our firefighters are specifically and am very open to target and Minneapolis fire has been responding heroically well this is the writing does not honor the memory of George Floyd the unarmed black man who died under the need of a white cop protesters at towering fires looted and vandalized and some fired shots at police officers the crowds blatantly and loudly defying the curfew orders the governor responding to criticism that police and National Guard troops were almost un noticeable as the violence escalated before midnight I will take responsibility for the under estimating the wanton destruction of the size of this crowd anger growing across the country over Floyd's death with protests in dozens of cities some of them also turning violent in Detroit police say someone fired shots into a crowd killing one person and in Houston and Dallas police firing tear gas to disperse crowds fox's John of the series as tensions seem to be calming down in Atlanta though after a clash between demonstrators and police a smaller group of protesters have gathered there sitting in the street which ordinarily is quiet and as long as the protesters me remain peaceful it appears that the police are allowing them to continue their sit in at the courthouse in Oakland California to federal court officer shot fox news sources say one of those officers has died but police say it appears that shooting is unrelated to protest and as the number of covered nineteen deaths in the U. S. nears one hundred three thousand president trump says he's cutting in US ties with the World Health Organization over its response to the coronavirus America's listening to fox news.

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Minneapolis cop who knelt on man's neck charged with murder

"The White Minneapolis police officer seen on video kneeling on George Floyd snack for several minutes before Floyd died has been arrested days after Floyd's death and the resulting violent protests Hennepin county attorney Mike Freeman announced Derek children's charged with two counts of murder and with manslaughter a development the AP's Tim Sullivan in Minneapolis reports protesters have been demanding it might do a little bit to settle things down and show that the US authorities are serious about responding forcefully to Floyd's death officers are still hearing it on the streets will there be more fires and looting to night Minnesota governor Tim wall says yesterday's protest response was an abject failure you will not see that tonight there will be no lack of leadership and there will be no lack of response on the table I'm soccer make ani

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Protests over George Floyd death spread nationwide as riots continue in Minneapolis

John Batchelor

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Protests over George Floyd death spread nationwide as riots continue in Minneapolis

"Com protests over the death of George Floyd while in police custody Minneapolis of spread nationwide black lives matter protesters gathered in Union Square this afternoon at least five people arrested some of the protesters scuffled with police and even throwing bottles one officer was injured when someone threw a trash can but the officer is expected to be okay meantime another rough night likely in store for the Twin Cities in here the flash bangs going off of right now it looks like there may be some he fired as well just down the street correspondents there said Minnesota governor Tim walls calling in the National Guard is looting broke out in Saint

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Violent protests, fires erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd death

Morning Edition

01:06 min | 2 years ago

Violent protests, fires erupt in Minneapolis over George Floyd death

"Coleman some big fires are raging in Minneapolis after protests turned violent last night people gather to protest the police killing this week of an unarmed black man different parts of Minneapolis were looted and building set afire as police scanners reported a large amount of smoke inside of AutoZone lot of large amount of smoke from broadcastify dot com Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye has asked governor Tim walls to call out the Minnesota National Guard for Minneapolis police officers involved in the death of George Floyd have been fired one officer was videoed on Monday kneeling on Floyd's neck as he lay handcuffed on the ground gasping for breath Minnesota public radio's Matt sepic reports the mayor of Minneapolis is calling for more action Minneapolis mayor Jacob fry is calling on the Hennepin county attorney's office to file criminal charges against a Minneapolis police officer who was seen on video pressing his knee into the neck of George Floyd for several minutes before Floyd became unresponsive and was later pronounced dead at a

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Nation's largest mall to reopen June 1

1A

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Nation's largest mall to reopen June 1

"The nation's largest shopping center plans to re open to the public on June first the mall of America is in Minnesota where the governor is allowing most businesses to re open as early as Monday morning reports from Minneapolis after two months Minnesota governor Tim walls is allowing most businesses to reopen Monday except for salons bars and restaurants the re opening order would include the mall of America home to hundreds of retail stores as well as the nation's largest indoor theme park but the mall decided

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Minnesota Governor Slams Trump Over Virus Testing Lies

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Minnesota Governor Slams Trump Over Virus Testing Lies

"Some seventy seven hundred cases and one hundred thirty four deaths have been reported in the US Minnesota governor Tim wall says the trump administration still hasn't produced enough test I have to tell you this is governor Minnesota I watch a news conference to tell us we have testing capacity I am telling you we don't have testing capacity governors of north New Mexico are telling us we don't have testing capacity governor of New York is telling us we don't have testing capacity it's not out there yet this is a P.

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How cities are preparing their water infrastructure for bigger storms

Climate Cast

04:03 min | 2 years ago

How cities are preparing their water infrastructure for bigger storms

"The cost of heavier rainfall. I'M NPR CHIEF. Meteorologist Paul Hutton. Or this is climate. Cats governor. Tim Wall says Minnesota Needs Two hundred ninety three million dollars to retrofit. Its water infrastructure to keep up with climate change last year more than twenty Minnesota location set annual precipitation records that includes the twin cities and Rochester. Were more than fifty. Five inches fell last year. Minnesota is now about five inches wetter on average than in nineteen eighty and these heavier twenty-first-century rains are overwhelming. Our Twentieth Century Stormwater Infrastructure Randy Nip rash is a storm water regulatory specialist with Stanford Consulting and the Minnesota cities stormwater coalition. Hi Randy Paul. So we see the data right. Minnesota's getting wetter. What are the impacts of this climate shift on Cities? Not only are we getting wetter in general but more of our rainfall is coming in more intense. Storms everybody has seen what a really intense storm does to an urban storm water system. But you can Get those sort of impacts at scales where you have real problems where you can jeopardize property where people can get injured or even killed and those impacts are real inconsequential for our cities. We have rain bursts last summer in South. Minneapolis in a neighborhood that overwhelmed the storm systems and there was water up to the top of the tires and cars parked on the street. How does that four cities to to those heavier bursts of rain? One of the things that we try to do is figure out where the problems are going to be an advance so instead of just responding to problems after they happen we can use computer models to look at our urban stormwater systems we can we refer to it as dropping designed storm onto our urban landscape using these computer models. Watch how all the water moves through the storm water system and see where the problems are going to be. So for instance the hundred year storm nowadays For the twin cities area is thought to be about seven and a half inches which is up from six inches from earlier precipitation frequencies that change in rainfall can cause impacts that we can Analyzing advance anticipate and perhaps address before they happen instead of after it happened. Okay so let's say we do that. And we address them. I assume we're building bigger storm water projects and how much can a big storm? Water project cost a city a million multiple millions of dollars. Sometimes sometimes it's a fixes though can be quite simple. You can provide a path for water to pass under an emergency situation. Could be a road. Could be a parking lot of places where you can move water or store. Water even temporarily. Sometimes you can do it pretty cheaply randy and you're dealing with cities. What's your assessment of where they are with this process? Are they on the right track? With upgrading. Stormwater infrastructure cities are as usual trying their best They also have multiple water issues to deal with so for instance they have state permitting. Requirements for water quality whereas flooding questions are related to water quantity. There isn't the same regulatory pressure on the water quantity side but the cities are always and and for a very long time have been deeply concerned about flooding potential randy crash with stand tech consulting and the Minnesota City stormwater coalition thanks for being on climate cast today always a pleasure. Paul keep up the good

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Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

First Light

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Black Hawk helicopter goes down in Minnesota, killing three

"Three soldiers with the Minnesota National Guard killed when a Black Hawk helicopter they were riding in crashed Minnesota governor Tim walls confirming the death of the soldiers their names not released yet pending notification of family the crash is being investigated the guard lost contact with the helicopter shortly after it took off on a maintenance test flight from Saint

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Get sucked in. it is what we're gonna talk a little bit more about this coming up in in just a moment but being I end and did say I'm I I know you've been experiencing with this as well but being actually here you know when this all this is going on at such a completely different different vibe in Jared tape you know and don't get me wrong this is a beautiful city and it is a city filled with history add I am majesty but swapping. mark water thanks so much for the time I really do appreciate it if you guys six five one nine eight nine five eight to five five we will get to a little bit of our experience yesterday we had that we had something happen at the natural history museum the kind of relates to what we're going to be discussing about governor Tim walls and announcing of this Minnesota greed New York nonsense and hybrid electric cars look at all of that are coming up in a just a minute also right at the bottom of the hour we're going to be a speaking with key and Michael and again Michael it's a couple they had a we are here for the federation for American immigration reform talk radio row they had a son who was killed in an automobile accident and the driver of the vehicle that hit their son was an illegal alien and this is another one of those stories it doesn't get old enough when we discuss the dangers of illegal immigration and the impact it could have just on regular individuals for that conversation coming up right around eight thirty five use the hashtag I. T. C. A. T. on Twitter you're listening to justice injury. Andrew jam hack star started gala at justice and grow this morning on that program all right wing cities.

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"tim walls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"What's going on this morning on tell you Alexis? Dawn just gave you the dirt. And on going to give you the details in our seven seven. Let's start local, and as you can imagine whether whether weather the storm is certainly making a mess here in the metro, but western Minnesota is getting the worst of it up to two feet of snow could fall in western parts of the state where many major highways are completely covered with snow. Just south of the metro the state patrol shut down. I thirty five between faribault and Medford because whiteout conditions caused at least a dozen crashes that stretch has since been reopened. But state patrol. Meanwhile, says there were two hundred and forty four crashes and two hundred and twelve spinouts across Minnesota yesterday men dot issued travel advisories for parts of southwestern Minnesota yesterday. But they have since been lifted for now so bottom line everybody, take it very very flow because it took Alexis about two and a half hours to go from shore view to shock yesterday. So please use caution. The storm is causing plenty of problems that MS according to flight aware more than one hundred flights canceled today. There are only a handful of delays right now. But more could be added when things pick up this morning yesterday three hundred and seventy nine flights were delayed at fifty six were cancelled bottom line. Call head. Republican state senators comparing governor Tim walls to Santa Claus after he comes to her kids school to promote his education plan. The governor's k through twelve funding increases five times bigger than the increase. State Republicans have proposed governor was at the Stillwater high school yesterday. And so was Republican Senator Karin Housley house. He says the government the governor's budget proposal spins way, too much money..

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Make the tough decision of going in combat waste fraud and abuse and brooding it out and finding it, and and realizing all of those savings Reno getting all of that money back into the system and directed where it's supposed to go because you know, that's that might be bad news for somebody who is probably illegally getting benefits and wanted to live or bad news to someone who stealing tax benefits. Right. So rather than do that? No. He wants to take more money from us from me out of my paycheck out of my family budget, because he doesn't want to actually do that make the tough decision that you know, what we are going to crack down on all of this waste fraud abuse and corruption just raising taxes just trying to find more money is the easy way out so late, and it's the way that it's easy because politicians always get away with it because it's somebody else paying and you just pass that book down as governor as chief executive of the state you are entrusted with taking care of those tax dollars as much as you are entrusted with taking care of Minnesota people. I appreciated. The fact that an Jason floors Americans for prosperity joins us in studio talking about governor Tim walls in his state of the state address last night, I appreciated the fact that it was going to be a little bit more impromptu that he just had he just had bullet points. Right. Because I feel like you get a you have an opportunity to get something a little bit more genuine and authentic than you do if he's got this plan speech outright to that point. What I thought was most telling was that there were multiple times during his address where he said, I promise I got a story that's going to get you on your feet. I'm going to get get everybody in the room. I'm going to get them on their feet. Right. And there was there was this whole vibe that he wanted to bring everybody together right wanted to make everybody happy that he he wanted to make sure that everybody was feeling good about him. And considering the fact that this was outlined, and it was a scripted kind of told me all aims to know. He wants people to be happy with them. And in the end of the day. What does that mean? That means the fell that means the people that are closest to him the people that have the. The most point of contact with them. He wants to make sure those individuals are the most happy, and you can already see it because it sounded an awful like right after he got elected when there was this moment, we kind of went. I kinda like what I'm hearing. He's talking about compromise. Maybe there's an opportunity here to have some bipartisan compromise on some of these issues. Of course, it's going to get contentious. But then you start getting into the actual session. And it's not that's not what's happening at all. Now, I understand why he wants everybody to be happy with them. But the reality is he wants the people that are in direct contact with them to be happy with him. So when he goes and speaks in public. It's all we're all gonna be together. No, no, no. You wanna make sure that everybody around you and the lobbying groups, right? And your Lieutenant governor that you're they're all happy with you at the behest of the people that are trying to compromise on the right in the actual legislature said it before a lot about all these campaign promises that he's made in that are made by the left all the time base. Ound really good in headline. They sound really good in. Tweet is really good in a quick story in a stump speech, but you take any of them, and you and you actually talk about how to make it happen. And you talk about how to fund it. And you talk about what funding you have to take away or you talk about the detail. None of them survive, eight detailed conversation. None of them can survive a legislative hearing on their merits, and that's really where the rubber is meeting the road right now. And where we have this disconnect between these great lofty promises that sound good. But that simply can't work and somebody has got to be willing to do the hard work and protect Minnesotans from even more of this government overreach, and from even more waste fraud and abuse and from all these almost empty promises that everything will be better. If you just trust government more. That's not the way it works. I'm sorry in the more that government sucks out of private sector life, the more tax dollars that government takes from families the harder. It is for them to afford. Their lives. The gas tax is so bad that governor walls himself has said we're adding new tax credits to make sure that people can afford it because we know that this gas tax hurts poor families. Then just don't put the gas tax in place in first place talking with Jason floors from Americans for prosperity got a few minutes. Stick around. Absolutely. All right. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the phone number. Got a few people that want to chime in on the well more thoughts on the state of the state and more coming up right here. Your.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Governor Tim walls delivers his first state of the state address tonight at the capital to a joint session of the Minnesota house and Senate Hamlin university analyst David Schultz says it's an important speech for the governor sixty to seventy percent into the session and governors basic proposals and basic program is stalled the governor's major points of difference with Republicans are taxes spending in healthcare at this point. There is no incentive for the Republicans to support the gas tax increases or any of the tax increases or renewal Joel says a special session is more than likely, but he says it's too early to say, whether there would be partial state government shutdown really do think wall is at that point right now where he can't break something. Now, we're tumbling to a a really bad ending Bill. Werner at the capitol alcohol is believed to be a factor in a two vehicle crash early this morning that left a man. Dead in Saint Paul, please stay a car travelling on concord street struck a vehicle that was pulling out of a driveway. The driver of the second vehicle was seriously hurt and died at the scene. The nineteen year old driving the car that struck the vehicle in the driveway was taken to regions hospital with non-life threatening injuries. Officers say he will be booked on suspicion of criminal vehicular operation when released from the hospital and a man is expected to survive after being shot in the face in downtown Duluth. This is an seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of America..

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

04:18 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Or something to get this out. All right now. Thank you. Good job. Thank you. Excellent. Tough fine the exit ramp. Hey, kid early, Richard. I sponsor exams top five every single more. I'm gonna need like a case of Bock beer to get through this next. Article Star Tribune governor, Tim walls budget proposal would impose a twenty cent per gallon gas tax increase that he said would help create the finest transportation system in the world show me your plan before any vote cast on this show me your plan show me how nearly doubling the gas tax is going to create the quote finest transportation system in the world. And then maybe we can have a conversation about it. But without seeing your plan. And it better include more lanes better include more capacity, then I don't even want to have this conversation. Well, and we we had a great conversation with Senator the American experiment is a gore. He was in studio yesterday. If you missed that listen to the eight o'clock hour podcast from yesterday show on the iheart radio app. And the center of the American experiment put together a fantastic. Piece talking about how much money the governor. Tim walls is green new deal was going to cost. Even you've tried to get half of what he's looking for about twenty fifty it's somewhere upwards of like eighty big, you know, eighty billion dollars the question. I didn't get to yesterday that relates to this drew is do you think that governor Tim walls put forward that stupid green Minnesota deal simply as a ruse because he knows what you know, what I'll put forward this really ridiculous horribly expensive and unrealistic plan. So that they'll make it more people more palatable when they had to suck down my twenty cent gas tax. I hope that's the case because that's better than the alternative which would be he really believes that going to one hundred percent renewables as possible and feasible and economically viable, if he really believes that then I'm concerned that we may have an idiot in the governor's mansion. I hope it's just a moonshot type of proposal that he understands is going to get scaled back negotiated down. See I feel I feel like that. And I know we're gonna we're gonna talk about the budget here. But on that that green Minnesota deal. I feel like it's somewhere in the middle. Like, I do feel like we know enough now to confidently say the governor Tim walls is kind of an idiot. So with that being said, I also feel like this this this green Minnesota deal is going to end up a lot like the light rail and the light rail situation as it gets so maddening because they have all these studies done, and they do all these impact studies and look the viability of it. But what ends up happening is spending millions upon millions of dollars without coming to a firm decision on what they're going to do. And then when they move forward they go. Well, you know, we had to move forward. We've already spent all this money over here. So we might as well, I feel like that's where this green new deal is going to go. I hope not but could. With less fanfare, however, walls is budget would also tax drivers while they are at their local driver and vehicle services office hitting Minnesotans with a two dollar transaction fee. Plus another four fifty to get a driver's license in two dollars for a license plate. It's all this arbitrary for just just because transaction fee. You're not getting anything extra hell is a transaction fee charge you to extra dollars, and you're going to give it to him. I know that that's all it is. We're going to charge you to we're gonna we're gonna tax you because you are engaging in a transaction gross transaction, where you're already giving the government money, you're already paid like if you went to McDonald's and said, you know, I need a double cheeseburger and surprise, and they said, okay that'll be four fifty. But there's a two dollar transaction fee on top of it. You'd be like what the hell you doing? What are you get go away? I'm going to Wendy's. And in that circumstance. Stance in a circumstance when you go to an ATM Asmat attached to your Bank. Right. And they has know do you want you?.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"But nothing is perfect. Unfortunately, again, it seems like we're behind the Aibo on this. When it comes to green energy and renewable. There hasn't been enough discussion around all the stuff that is already existing that is already part of the infrastructure. That's great the way that we've driven down prices already and the fact of what they're looking at to make these renewables possible solar wind my gosh. These things just aren't sustainable. They don't work the advancements in technology that have given us some of the cleanest energy we've ever had in the history of mankind, especially in this country. For a country of this size. And he countries have similar size. We blow everybody out of the water when it comes to clean energy. And when he comes to being good stewards of the environment, and he comes to clean air when it comes to clean water compared to countries of similar size. There is nobody that comes close to us when it comes to being the best when it comes to the environment. Why isn't this applauded why every time the environment comes up it's treated like it's a massive crisis in and we spread these lies about how we've only got twelve years. And if we don't ban plastic bags the countries do or the planet is doomed in twelve years. You know, we we we we we we operate in this in this environment of just completely lying and not celebrating what we actually have accomplished in this country. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five curious to get your thoughts on governor Tim walls, aiming for one hundred percent clean energy in Minnesota by two thousand fifteen we'll talk more with Jason floors for Americans for prosperity next on Justice, and drew. Justice. Andrew jam-packed star studded gala Justice and grow this morning. Right. Twin.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And that doesn't get any traction. Right. Is there any expectation at all when it comes to governor Tim walls, especially given you know, how he boasted long ago about his a rating with the with with the NRA. And I know he's come out with these, you know, these gun proposals just makes sense. But is there any expectation that maybe there's a glimmer of hope there because of his past experience with with guns? How much of that is going to be predicated on sort of the the the narrative in the public sphere in your mind? You know, if this was five years ago, I would've said, yes. But I think with the new the new democrat party, they ha he knew that in order to get the the DFL endorsement, which he didn't get, but he was seeking it. Sure. And and the elected he had to run from his gun rights record any I do fully embrace these extreme gun control measures. And when you look at at the democrat party or the DFL party in Minnesota is putting gun control in their platform. I don't think that there's any. Running back from that. I think in order to to satisfy the DFL base that that he needs to hold onto that he's not going to be interested in working with us at all. It's obviously going to be a difficult road ahead when it comes to your, you know, your right to keep and bear arms in with that. Can you talk a little bit about the the broader concern, if the DFL gets let's just say for the sake of argument, the majority of what they want moving forward from there. You know, where where are your major concerns if they're able to get these wins when it comes to the individual and the ability for them to to to keep their arms. Yeah. We would if these red flag laws passed if these universal background check registration laws passed. We would. Absolutely be entertaining lawsuits. We we think that we're on very strong ground on due process grounds on on. Search and seizure fourth amendment grounds. Even right to face your accuser, you know. I I think that we've got some very strong grounds for a lawsuit. But I I I like to think that we can with the help of your listeners and with the help of the law abiding gun owners of Minnesota that we can use the Senate as a backstop and put as much pressure on governor walls as possible to make it clear that Minnesota doesn't need these extreme bills. How much further could this restrictions go? I mean, what what what else is there anything else? That's out there that you'd go man if they get this. They're going to go after this. Yeah. So the I'm anxiously awaiting today, I'm all dressed operating to go to the capital, right? After this bright and early today, we're expecting a lot of the house bills to to drop some of the Senate bills drop that a universal background. Check registration Bill drop yesterday. But the house bills will drop today and with you when you guys look at the map, how it grew this past legislative or this past election cycle, it was almost all in the metro area. I mean, I think fifteen of their seat. That they picked up were within twenty miles of the metro and gun rights or gun control measures were a big part of the platforms of those candidates. Yeah. You know, even even though they were the and they were a big part of the platform. They weren't Ness. When you look at the data. It doesn't show that that's why gun of that white people were driven to the polls. But gun control was a big part of their platform, and they're all full in with the with the extreme gun, control agenda. I'm accepts expecting to today to see assault weapons bans magazine limits. They want a Bill to tax immunization. And then that that tax goes to fund gun control groups that want to try to do programs for, you know, for victims of gun violence, Dan, insure view as a question. Good morning. Stan. Good morning. I wanted to find out or were ask your guest. Wouldn't it be better? If you want hate people that are making the argument for background checks to actually put together a list of Mike people that should not be I'm buying guns, criminals,.

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"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:04 min | 3 years ago

"tim walls" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"And one of three five FM book back to your Tuesday addition of Justice, and drew. Yes, that's right. Mike is having a need to go. Check with the engineers. Sam's falls greased it last year. Greece longtime ago all of your problem greased, my stand a long time ago and now after all this time. Function. Needs to. Arma keeps falling. Yeah. You got to turn it into some weird. These to be more firm freeze not performing up to your expectations keeps falling in front of my faith. Keep it up. If after four hours, you're problems persist. You should get an engineer. Okay. I can't I can't eight if if you're gonna get in on this. Thank you. What's that was a pretty I was pretty good. It was good projects. That's gonna join us in a little over ten minutes. Tomorrow on the show supreme leader Jesse Kelly and GOP chair Ronna McDaniel looking forward to that afford to those conversations. Hey pioneer press did a and A for we get to Nelson. With a meter Minnesota. Meet your new governor teacher coach soldiers sci-fi fan and eternal optimist and gas tax raiser. We'll never know if Jeff Johnson would have been asked all these questions. They asked him about future pet purchases for Jeff Johnson would be like, you know, many Minnesotans very concerned about the agenda. Orange man bad. How do you feel? Tim walls has been sworn in as the Minnesota's first forty governor for my school teacher football, coach retired Master Sergeant with the army national guard. Six term congressman Maine's a high school football. Coach history buff reader of science fiction fantasy avid runner internal optimist. Even when it comes to the Vikings. So I have gone online, and you can purchase author copies. If you've written a few written a book, which I've done embark is available on Amazon, I have purchased some some author copies. So I am going to. Arrive in the mail. I'm gonna personally sign one send it to our new governor, Tim walls. You should know. We gotta Minnesota author. Right. Minnesota, you know, a burgeoning Minnesota SCI fi author science fiction space opera that people seem to enjoy. I will sign it. I will send it to him. Now, drew. There will be returned packaging. He only gets to keep it if he agrees not to raise the gas tax. Don't don't bother. They do ask him the hard hitting questions in here, though, drew you ready when did it really sink him that you're going to be the governor? Are you are you nervous? Are you going to move your family to the governor's residence? How do you deal with the public attention? They could draw. That's right. This is my favorite one though. Drew, you promised your son gusts a dog, if you'd one did you get the dog a boy, we'll never know of Jeff Johnson would have been asked about future purchases. He said and for those wondering he said not yet we are going to have a rescue puppy good puppy dog. It's harder to adopt out. Who are you? Rescuing that puppy from. Rescue. A call. The are you going to call the dog rocks or cows? What's what name show the dog have? And then they get into some things that we talked about with with Paul Zalka, the Senate majority leader specifically his political approach in his views on politics is now being a competition. He listens to people for their perspective. Tries not to assume motives and all sounds great. I just honestly, I don't I don't buy any of it. I really don't this is a much different walls than what we saw when he was serving, you know, prior to running for the for for the governorship. And you know, look, I I hope I'm wrong. I'm keeping my expectations though, very very low in that regard. Why wouldn't you? Yeah. Because we haven't seen anything else. Otherwise, you're. He says what do you have to accomplish in your first year for you to consider it a success? He says restoring faith in bipartisan decision making that means we will finish our work on time. I want to focus on things that I believe are bipartisan Minnesota values the strength of the state lies in investing in our people education healthcare community prosperity. He knows he won. Right. He doesn't have to be can stop can stop with all the platitudes. He won. It doesn't really has. Yeah. I don't know what what walls we're going to get. But you know, we're going to get the gas tax walls, the one that didn't oppose the abolishing is the one that flipped on guns of rocks and cows, or we're going to get this nice bipartisan, Tim walls that like SCI fi books. And last book, you read was mortal engines, seeing that I was the only one, oh, I'm sorry. He did say he did finish one book that he suggested not reading because it was terrifying. Command and control tracing the history of America's nuclear arsenal. Okay. Don't read that. So all right. I won't. All right. I might send them a copy of embark should. And and and not put the caveat on it just for the sake of just for the just for the sake of pipe. Partisanship. Little all of my my my olive branch book. Yeah. Might I might I might go and do that you're trying to start a new SCI fi franchise. That's right. That's right. The first of a saga. Before we get to Keith Ellison because that's just gonna make this whole depressed. This is also depressing. But we were talking about this this homeless shelter that moved and and the individual who just started using heroin the month prior before they moved the encampment from Franklin high watt avenues into this transition center and found an enabling community. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Not not a community. That's going to help him not a community that that was looking to get them off the opioids going to move away from his addiction. And there are certainly shelters out there that that's what they focus on. That's what they worked towards they don't allow drug use at their at their facilities. And that's why the certain people are choosing to be at this homeless encampment rather than those shelters and look what's happening daily overdoses, and as you laid out, you know, the the decision making process of the of the of the Minneapolis leadership was wrong from the get-go. It never should have been established. They never should've allowed them to stay there. As long as they did it got to the point where I mean, it became a thing. It was a it was a thing. This was now an entity. I mean, they they felt entitled to stay there. This goes back. They were making demands on political leadership. We talked last hour. There was a story out of reason talking about Yellowstone National Park and how the the companies they're the the tourism industry in Yellowstone National Park. They still get some twenty thousand people visiting during the winter months take advantage of the hiking snowmobiling, it's just a beautiful area. The all of the entities that live within the park that need that, you know, have to have those bathrooms clean that they had the roads plowed. They've all stepped up, and they're dealing with the lack of government employees going there and doing the job because of the government shutdown and we highlighted how the government likes to in the left likes to take away. That that that little bit of hardship or sometimes hard longer hardship. But they want to take away any sort of middle ground hardship. Before you transition to something else having having something removed from your life. Right. And it's a very convoluted way of saying this applies to this homeless situation. Why did they let them stay there because they were in a difficult position in their lives? What would have happened if they would have gone in there and said immediately you cannot set up a camp here along this sidewalk along this highway. You have to go find somewhere else to be right. Yeah. That's it. That would have been if you're gonna stay here. Then we're going to use our law enforcement tools. There is everything to say. There would have been more people alive today. Then there are if the government had stepped up and help people accountable and force them to have to go and make their own decisions. I believe this is at least the fourth death that's associated with this homeless encampments at least the fourth death that I can think of you would have put people in a difficult situation already being in a difficult situation. But people go just like we all do and find solutions to your problems. Right. And those that don't want any help they go on their way, they go and find some other place some other location where they can go and set up their camp because there's a lot of individuals that choose to remain homeless. But there are other people. And that's the problem with what happened with this encampment where there were people that saw the fact that there was this community growing and decided to flock to the camp to take advantage of it. And as we come to find out. Oh, it wasn't just to take advantage of the. Outreach services that were going on. It was taken advantage of the fact that there was DRAM drug use that was taking place there, and it was drug use that they couldn't go and do in shelter. So hey now, they've got a location where they could all get together with other people that are also dealing with hardships. And the government allowed it all to happen. Yeah. Yeah. Their neighboring their neighboring this behavior. Let's go to Patty enforced like good morning. Hey, good morning. Philip. How you doing good good to hear from you Patty could to talk to you too. Hey, look, they elected cry gal Mary Minneapolis before that they elected, right? People are learning right came from the east coast came up here because these feedback on the Mississippi were easy to get elected and comes in and says he wants to take away from this guy, a lunatic, and they elected him down there. How can you expect anything else? Craziness. I mean, forty years ago. These people would have been laughed out of the out of the city. Now, they get elected are you what do you think? I mean, there's there's no hope anymore wrecking Muslims who believe in sharia law. We're lucky communists, store to our to our government over over the day of sanity is over. When it comes to the Minneapolis leadership. There is something to be said that people they get the representation that they won. It's not everybody. Right. And that's why you have to continue to fight right? This is a great region. It's a great area with a lot of opportunity. It is very very unfortunate that so many people are convinced that a choice of activists leadership is the way to go. But that doesn't mean you give up doesn't mean that all is lost and even with Keith Ellison right ushering in a new era for Minnesota's attorney general's office. Right. There was opportunity. And unfortunately, Doug wardlow was unable to be victorious in that election. So now we have to deal with Keith Ellison. But it doesn't mean we just sit back and go well, but it's going to go let them do what he what is going gonna do. No. We have to continue to call it out and expose when the wrong things are being done and his approach is already wrong. And you look at this in here. He's expected to target prescription drug prices housing costs wage theft. And then they want argument here my job as the people's lawyer is to help Minnesotans like, Alex Ford, which I'll get back to you in just a moment afford their lives with dignity and respect to help you for July..

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