21 Burst results for "Trans Canada"

"trans canada" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:32 min | 8 months ago

"trans canada" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Opinion, the whole problem with the Keystone pipeline goes back to management at Trans Canada. And what they did was they blamed everybody else for the fact they didn't want to spend a lot of money and they didn't want to do it right. Ask that it's an export deal. Anyhow, our refineries we want to buy and refined Texas oil. Because the money stays in Texas, right? Right? Nothing against Canada. I love Canadians, and I think you do too. But why do we want to jump through hoops to help them out with their nasty old sand oil tar oil? When we actually like money stain in Texas, which is where we're making Texas wt I oil. That's my thinking, but all the things you've read of everything I've read if I were gonna put an answer to it In short, it was because of the way Trans Canada handled this whole thing. Is even in Canada. They didn't want one of their pipelines run into Vancouver. Arch. Sarah. Thank you for the answer. I'm not sure that is the answer. I can only tell you what's happened so far. Already. Thank you so much. Have a good weekend. Jason. We'll be back in a moment. By the way, you can join us. We have to open lines of 8887875543 will be back in just moment on 5 70 k laugh. I'm mad, too. Cody, general manager of Moritz Kia. Today We have something special for everyone Right now. You can.

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"trans canada" Discussed on Strength to Strength

Strength to Strength

04:58 min | 11 months ago

"trans canada" Discussed on Strength to Strength

"If you're a wager. If you're if god exists You know what have you lost anyway. he. And i had a lot of but he would always say. But i can't say that. I i believe in something that i actually don't believe in. And so we had had a lot of discussions. And he was a businessman. He was relatively wealthy and So we come back from haiti and we had been at their house for dinner. They've been our house for dinner. Sometimes and eighty wanna hear about your experiences in haiti. So you come out to our cotton and talk to us about haitis all right. I'll do that and so he said. I'll meet you up by the trans canada highway because it's kind hard to find my cottage and while it was good he did because there were a number of burns on gravel roads going back to his cottage by the lake and so i was following him and my problems started when i was following him to his cottage because he was driving a jaguar and i was driving a not too new escort station wagon and i parked beside his. Jaguar has cottage. And i kinda got out of my and i looked at his jaguar. What what it feels like to drive a die worley unless be now. That's a real car. That really is the that must be nice and I wonder what he thinks. A my escort station wagon and then we got to the cottage and while we've been to their house but this was their cottage in cottage was bigger and nicer than my house. This this is nice. Gun and And then He said well. Dinner's not quite ready yet. So i'll take you and your children sailing while we wait for dinner to be ready while he had about a forty foot sailboat and so we went out on the lake. And we're sailing. And and i'm thinking this is really. This is the way a person ought to live. The jaguar the cottage sailboat. I should've have stayed in. Pennsylvania started if i would've stayed been slovenia's started a business. Maybe i'd have a cabin in the mountains and voted the shorn and a a a nice car and actually have something And we got back to the adopt and and we. We're going to have dinner down on the dock. We had steak baked potatoes and and just ready to start our dinner. he said. now we're gonna go up to the cottage after dinner and and talk about haiti but If the children want to stay down here on the dock we have a jacuzzi on the dopp and children could go into jacuzzi to the cottage and and talk about hating on he as a jacuzzi. Do and and i'll confess to you that that might steak and baked potato. Didn't taste very good. Because i spent that meal thinking about i have. I've done the raw..

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"trans canada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Catching? What's going on on Wall Street? Wall Street is angry. You know, the whole game stopped thing. Individual investors. Wall Street is getting a black eye. Good. I'm glad you wanted to tell you why. Because they've given so many people, black eyes they have done so much and so many and scrupulous things that finally some young bucks are using the system that the Big Wall Street Casino hucksters use and they're angry. Interesting to be following this over these next days, but obviously Wall Street saying we demand investigations really? While we demand investigations with what you guys do is well, that's just the way I look at it. This is why my friends Skylar Financial Group are the greatest guys to, uh, to get information from they are wealth of knowledge. They are a source of sources to understand exactly what's going on. Because there's some land mines out there. There are some land mines going on right now on Wall Street factors, nine financial landmines and if you don't know what those land mines are, and you don't have the solutions to avoid the nine financial landmines, Let me tell you what's gonna happen. Just like If you're in war time, you are going to be financial collateral damage. It's only up to you on how hurt you get reasonable. So there's a white paper report that Geiler financial group is putting right out to the public. Too well, help you understand what's going on? And what will be going on in these next days and weeks to come? You can call 187798372332 get that rushed right out to you because you are a listener to this show. 1877 93 7233 absolutely free to you. When you call that number again. The nine financial landmines and the nine steps to avoid them Do not be financial collateral damage. Friends do not be financial collateral damage again. The number once more 1877983 7233. All right, Let's go ahead and get back to business. We've got a lot to talk about tonight. What they wanted to bring up before I go back to our busy calls, though, is this call for unity? It's called for unity. Okay, I'm talking about Tulsi Gabbert, bringing up of which is a very good point that the dead she's a Democrat, by the way that the Democrats are, in fact turning America into a police state. She's right. She's she's accurate. How can how can you say she's not? When they're calling for a wall around Capitol Hill. That's a problem. That's no longer free America. When they're knocking down the wall and not allowing a wall to be completed south of the border, So millions of illegals come can come in unvetted. You don't know who else is coming in through those borders. It could be radical Islamic terrorists. You just don't know. But this is the problems we're facing, because you have an old, feeble and necked man with dementia Signing executive order after executive order, and even the New York Times is saying, slow your road, Joe. Stop it. That's a problem. I believe many Democrats were getting buyer's remorse. You know, it's funny. I don't know why. Mitt Romney just doesn't become a Democrat. Already, he might as well he's already a Democrat. He might as well just become a Democrat, make it official. But you know, Mitt Romney, in his infinite wisdom has come out and said, Look, we want national unity. So he's got the answers to everything, even though he could beat Barack Obama, which who was very beatable in the second time around, but Mitt Romney. He's got the answers and the ideas for national unity. He's stating that Republicans must publicly say Biden won legitimately that is what's going to unify. This country that Biden Won legitimately friends. Can you believe that? Can you believe that and I hope and pray? That Republicans that are very weak. They're spineless, and there's tons of them in Congress. Do not jump into this and do a formal statement. Or, you know, grab arms and sing Kumbaya. Capitol Hill's steps and say Yes, we publicly apologize. Biden won legitimately and friends, I'll be straight with you. I think we both know. In fact, I think the thousands that are listening plus me plus my team here. I think we all know That there were some extreme Regularities in this election. Extreme, but so much for unity. You Republicans. You must say, biting one legitimate that a good idea. Is Romney, right? I mean, do you see some wisdom in this? Do you see wisdom and saying this Just what side is Romney on? Well, some will say, Well, he's on the site of America. He's on the site of peace. He's on the site of unification. He is he is. That's what that's the site Romney's on. No, I'm on the side of truth. And I refuse to concede something that just isn't so who would do that? Who, in their right mind would do that? But this is Mitt Romney. This is these are the types of people We have serving In Congress, the types of people that you elect And I don't get it. I just don't get it. 70 to 2575396 is how your way into the program. Let's go ahead and get right back to business. Josh, you're next. Welcome to the program. Hey, how you doing? I'm good. Thank you. Let me benefit. I am 110% 120% Trump supporters voted for any against fighting. About the Keystone Pipeline. I'm kind of like really grand on both sides of it Only because when I started, you know, the Xterra is just a finger of the absolute Keystone pipeline. You know, the pipeline does exist. It is, but they establish a branch of it. They think I'm kind of stuck between Trans Canada, the company that actually thundered a lot of the pipeline when they started bringing wiped out from their own scientists have done their studies department..

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"trans canada" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Carafano for the Heritage Foundation joins us right now, let's start with this gym because we want to get into what the world is thinking about Joe Biden. We also want to get into some of the executive orders and we understand He's going to put in place right away. Let's start with the legacy that Donald Trump leaves internationally. How are we thought of? How is he thought of? How is our standing internationally right now? Well, you know, I've always said that. You know, we live in an age of great power competition, and I think certainly a zapresic don't operate in that age. He was successful. Look, he pushed back on China. He really put Iran in a very small box. He really knew her. The most destructive Russian influences in Western Europe on North Korea's been the quietest has been in some time, and I know that a lot of the Christians by working in the allies, but the reality is that many of our alliances around the world were somber. And then this is fact. Well, the Democrats have in your opinion. Will the Democrats recognize that? Well, they ever admit to that. Well, no, That's not what matters to me. All that matters and foremost, which you actually do, and a lot of the remains to be seen If Biden didn't talk about foreign policy at all. On the campaign trail, he hired a bunch of old Obama people, but But they're not stupid. They know they can't. They can't go back Four years Move. We are we are in the world and they have to deal with the threats that we have in the world today, so we'll see. You say they can't go back. But there are 17 executive orders that will reverse trump policies. Some of those do relate to foreign policy, not the least of which is the Paris accord. But there's also talk about The Iran nuclear deal and others border wall construction things of that nature. Will it have an immediate impact wool things look different internationally. Well, you'll have to see again what they actually did. I mean, some of these are really kind of in the categories of something from the nothing. Bird Cafe. Um, the the Paris Accord. Is largely a nothing burger. What we worry about with the parents board is not Going back to record. It is what? What excuses they will use to have negative policies that deal on energy and environment inside the United States, so the Paris court itself Not really much of me immediate concern that we've built. All the border wall. We really need to cover the major avenues of smuggling the United States. The question's not do they build more world, but did they make Use of the board the obstruction that we actually have the What we have now is perfectly good if they use that they're fine. On the other hand, there's just letting people in the country have a well stocked help you very much. You have a candidate feel about us if he closes down the Keystone pipeline. Well, you know that. I think it's going to be a real serious issue. It's it's bad for energy. It's bad for candidates bad for jobs. So those are the kinds of policies which are just And then it's very clear that part of the keystone pipelines of positive project that just you know, kind of make no sense. Just But we'll see you. Maybe that's a good I've been a controversial person. Republicans and Democrats like Forever. Jim don't comment on this, but how there is there's little word. That might not get Yeah. Treating pain educational pipeline. It might not get shut down. The Trans Canada Pipeline Corporation that owns the Keystone Pipeline is talking about winning Hunter Biden to the board. So it might not be accepting traffic.

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"trans canada" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on Digital Marketing from the Trenches : Live at the Hive

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"trans canada" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on WJR 760

"We're inviting listeners to call in with your questions at 808 590957 again. That's 808 590957 Dr Reva core. Just before we went to break you were talking about how two people know if they have the right symptoms, and you were talking about the climb up a flight of stairs and out of breath. I mean, can you enlighten us a little bit more on what The really hard core symptoms are a valve disease. So unofficial roughly, there are two main valves in the heart that they can get a problem. Usually around the left side of the heart. And so we have day Michael Love, which pretty much Is allowed between their Lang's and between their heart, which is the bombs, the blood to all the body. And then with the art evolved, which is between the heart and the rest of the body. So In common day of that when you have a disease or one of those two valves, what the symptoms Everything common is the shortness of breath. So people, every patient there really experience in declining their function. And so I was giving you the example of the stairs, which is a common routine things that we do every day. We don't even think about it. But then when we saw this patient that they have see we're about disease, they really struggle to do a flight of stairs to walk around the block, and sometimes they have to stop one or even two times. To do, Doctor. So, Dr Colander? What is the testing procedure before somebody gets sent over to Dr Mark Well over my career, I've really only had maybe two or three patients that I've had life referred to a surgeon have valve repair. So in a general primary care practice, this's not should not be like a common thing. It doesn't happen that often, but still one of my patients I listen to someone to say what Dr Bach was describing is You know a sudden valve failure almost where you know the valve is degrading. And then there's a failure and you end up in the hospital, Of course, having almost cry emergency surgery to have the valve repaired. Ideally, you see it coming. So is a preventive specialists. I'm listening to my patient's heart. I'm identifying ahead time people who have Valve insufficiency. I might get the echo fouled them over the time because there's a window of time where the valve is needing repair. And sometimes if you wait too long, the heart D compensates meaning under all this pressure of having a leaky gasket, the heart pressure the heart can't handle all these pressure changes. And may have some permanent damage Direct. We want to find that window of time where maybe they won't need surgery to where they do so In my experience, it's either been, I'll say research I've done in my patient. I've gone through their old records, and I've seen that they've had a valve issue that maybe was missed by cardiologists. Be honest. Actually, all of my referrals are because cardiologists missed the case. So one person I sent to a cardiologists because I felt I needed cardiologists followed this person. I got a note back. Saying. I think we missed the window or a pair of those persons valve. The doctor still didn't send the patient to a surgeon. I called the patient up. I said I was pretty mad that This wasn't here, not just one. It's perfectly right. So it's a progressive deterioration of the status, so it's very important to find the right window when the heart is still good. The patient's still feels good, and it's still feet to undergo surgery. And then we can fix devolved and give another 100,000 miles. Doctor Viehbacher. Quick question for you. What is the basic difference and benefit between heart valve repair and heart valve replacement? Who's a candidate for what? And his one procedure better than the other? Well, it depends on which one is your pathology. So if you have a mite above that he's leaking. Then we can 95 to 99% of the times we can repair and, of course, is better because we keep your own valve and you don't never foreign prosthetic material inside the heart. Bye. There some other diseases like stenosis. When doesn't develop That's an open Well, then the bet is no so effective, And then we have to replace with a prosthetic valve, which This is surgery that he's going on for decades. So we know it's pretty safe, and we know that it's a very long term solution. So pretty much we got from a plus solution. Dona Es solutions are still good from the you go to a place. Is there any longevity difference between getting a repair off the valve and getting a replacement? When you get a replacement? You have to get another replacement in so many years. Yeah, That's actually very great question, because if you repair the valve in the repair is well done, telepathically can last for the rest of your life. If you have to put involving you put a T shirt off. Of like cow or pig valve. Then those Bob Day deteriorates after around 10 15 years of marriage, and then you need the procedure redone. But now with them Trans Canada involved this new love that we can go from the growing without open your chest. Then you can put one of those small inside and it's pretty safe procedure to do ask well, so it's a It's a great bailout. But is it still the same length of time? In other words, the prosthetic valve is is only good for it's It's got a lifespan of 10 or 15 years and then you're gonna have to do a replacement. But what you're saying is now the surgery for their place. Replacement is easier area for replacement. It's less invasive. Well, anyway. Shaven. You have a collar? Yes, that we have any on the line. Rochester Hills any with your question. Hi. My question is if I were to make an appointment to your office, what? What would be the starting point to check my heart to check? I have a terrible family history of heart disease. Bypasses parents. Diabetes. Like what? What? What? What? How would you start diet? Well, Penny out. I'll jump in here. If you do mind, so Penny. Well, where I start is is identifying whether or not you have disease, So we have to figure out what disease you have. So we do lab testing that identifies vascular inflammation markers. And we also do non invasive ultrasound testing the look at the wall of your artery to see if you have plaque. So whether you have plaque, if you have it, the goal is to heal it and apply an optimal medical plan to again it's personalized. So what we do is different for different people, but I get a lot of data about you. You know, in terms of genetics, how you metabolize food? What it again what Your lipids look like we do. Look at a few different markers for that genetics and tells us what kind of fat you should have in their diet. So all of these air, very personalized decisions about what to do for you, and then we move forward based on what we find if you don't have plaque. We still take a deep look about how to keep you not having heart disease and we can prevent a lot of chronic illness in this way. Yeah, I think I said general rule a message that we have to I do, and we have everybody says a little bit to change the Health, their lifestyle so Having a very healthy diet exercise every day as a general, that's that's something that helped prevent a lot of cardiovascular disease and Risk factor as hypertension and diabetes and high blood sugar. So I think that's the first step that everybody else has to enforce is starting embraced studying Attlee in age and them and lifestyle is the number one tool..

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Federal judge invalidates key permit for Keystone XL pipeline. Tribes push back on ANCs included in tribal COVID-19 funds.

Native America Calling

03:54 min | 1 year ago

Federal judge invalidates key permit for Keystone XL pipeline. Tribes push back on ANCs included in tribal COVID-19 funds.

"The National Native News. I'm Antonio Gonzalez a federal judge. Wednesday invalidated a key hermit for the keystone xl pipeline. Judge Brian Morris says a permit issued by the US Army Corps of engineers bypassed necessary environmental reviews the order says TC energy formerly trans. Canada cannot build across waterways along the pipeline route until the core does more work on the permit Victoria wicks. Has This report. Doug Hayes is an attorney for the Sierra Club one of six environmental agencies that sued the Corps of Engineers Hayes says the core used a streamlined approval. Process called nationwide permit number. Twelve that precludes public review and circumvents transparent approval processes good pipeline would cross approximately six hundred eighty eight. Different waterways rivers streams and wetlands across Montana South Dakota and Nebraska and the Army Corps of Engineers is the agency that approves those crossings in the Order. The Federal Court notes that the expediter permit is used. When a project will result in minimal damage to aquatic environments Judge Morris also notes that the core failed to consult with us fish and wildlife or national marine fisheries before determining the pipeline. Construction would have no effect on endangered species or critical habitat. Hey says the car has to do further environmental review and consultation under the endangered species. Act before it can reissue the permit. Qc energy cannot build through any of the waterways along the pipeline route until it revamped its process into related cases tribes and environmentalists have challenged permits for the one point. Two Miles of pipeline. That crosses the border between Montana and Alberta. Tc Energy has started preconstruction on that segment for National Native News. I'm Victoria wicks in rapid city. South Dakota Judge. Morris is hearing arguments in those two related challenges to the keystone. Xl Pipeline. Thursday. He'll issue an order in those cases at a later date. Many tribal leaders are calling for Alaska native corporations or an sees to be excluded from funding. Set aside for tribes in the Cares Act Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports. Gerald Grey is chairman of the little shell tribe of Chippewa in the Rocky Mountain Tribal Leadership Council he says Anne Siese Corporation status should preclude them from accessing the eight billion dollar tribal stabilization fund. The last good native corporations should not be getting any of the funding because they're not tribes and We just basically don't feel that you know a good idea to be doing that this week. The Rocky Mountain Tribal Leadership Council urged the US Treasury Department to exclude an sees from the emergency funding. The Great Plains Tribal Chairman Association when a step farther calling for the removal of Tara Sweeney. As Assistant Secretary of Indian affairs. They say since she wants worked for an there's a conflict of interest at play but Shauna President of the KONIAK regional corporation says Sweeney simply following the law simply put Alaskan native corporations are eligible for funding under the cares act because we're included in the law and we're going to use the funding from the cares act to help our communities prepare and respond to the nineteen tribes in an CS. Have until Friday to apply for their slice of Betrayal Stabilization Fund. It's not yet clear how the money will be divided up for national native news. I'm Savannah Mar Oglala Sioux Tribal. Police have verbally warned or issued citations to more than one hundred and fifty people on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota for violating curfew or shelter in place orders the tribes currently on a fourteen day lockdown due to a public health response to Cova nineteen. I'm Antonio

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"trans canada" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Street's rally Monday Asian stock markets rose in Tuesday's trading in a court filing lawyers who negotiated the thirteen billion dollar settlement for the victims of deadly wildfires caused by Pacific gas and electric equipment they expressed doubt whether the utility will be able to pay the full amount with the economy slipping into recession despite pleas for a pandemic delay the energy company formerly known as trans Canada says it has started construction on the long stalled keystone XL pipeline you're listening to ABC news from the W. Y. O. D. twenty four hour traffic center checking out some instruction starting you off in Miami Dade with some road work on the dolphin east on the ramp to northwest seventeenth Avenue that offramp left lane is blocked by looking at some road work here that's given turnpike north effort wrote two right lanes are blocked their stay to the left of that construction on the turnpike as well it's gonna be north of Eureka Dr all lanes are blocked road work on ninety five that's gonna be north on the ramp to one ninety five off ramp is closed and construction on I. seventy five south before Graham Carey wrote two right lanes are blocked so stay to the left of that I mean he was so news radio six ten W. Y. O. D. E. the Florida department of health now reporting the number of covert nineteen cases statewide has increased to thirteen thousand six hundred twenty nine with two hundred fifty four deaths Florida state representative David Santiago says new drive thru corona virus testing sites will be coming to Volusia county they should be set up within the next week to better service residents on both the east and west sides of the county where the sites will be in the hours of operation of not yet been announced scammers are being proactive in hopes of ripping off Floridians anxious to receive the covert nineteen.

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"trans canada" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"trans canada" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Thirteen billion dollar settlement for the victims of deadly wildfires caused by Pacific gas and electric equipment they expressed doubt whether the utility will be able to pay the full amount with the economy slipping into recession despite pleas for a pandemic delay the energy company formerly known as trans Canada says it has started construction on the long stalled keystone XL pipeline you're listening to ABC news your new now the Commonwealth with over one thousand killed in nineteen cases in the state will Smith with more on how the coronavirus may change the way you grocery shop the idea of one way aisles is being tested at a few of Kroger stores the company not saying which stores it's testing the idea in hand but through a statement the company says the directional shopping will further support physical distance saying if implemented there would be markings on the floor and signage similar to a one way street it's just another effort the company is taking to keep customers safe it comes on the heels of increased cleaning reduce store hours and plexiglass between customers and cashiers will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS fifty nine people have died from cove in nineteen in Kentucky I'm rob carpenter as our world changes at an alarming rate thanks to the spirit of our people we will win this war the time to talk is now hang in there more than ever before give us news radio eight forty WHAS coronavirus.

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"trans canada" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"I'm sure most of you are aware I've what Jane has accomplished over the past decade especially with the fight against the keystone XL pipeline I think we all agree it has been truly remarkable what she has done I would say that even her harshest critics like trans Canada I would agree with me for hardly on that what Jane dead she started out with a small nucleus of people and she built a coalition they would eventually become known around the world basically we had we have reporters here from all over Europe and stuff a different time the question is how did Jane really do this I thought about this a lot and I don't think it's an easy answer yeah I think I can pinpoint a few things that have contributed to her success and first of all if James leadership style you know Jane you realize that you can relate to anyone then making endeavor as well as a farmer rancher there someone running to be president of the United States she can relate to them and you treat them all the same amount of respect she has promoted and encouraged diversity within the group and she made everyone feel like they're welcome I have to say I think Jane's greatest asset as a leader is her ability to make everyone involved feel like they're an important part of the equation now this encourages people to participate and really support what's going on and believe me they have I have to say the pipeline fighters in the brassica are probably the most dedicated group of people I have ever been around you know we may have been needed they have shown up and then making difference how bad the weather is how bad the roads are they come and they lend our support and I attribute that to James leadership next thing I'll talk about a little bit his change organizational skills she's somewhat of a wizard in organizing they made their original fingernail meeting gonna rally if you're gonna take a dozen people back to Washington DC they don't have the whole thing figured out right down to the last detail the only problem she does have one some point is getting her own schedule so you can be here on time we will forgive you for that change and then there's James political skills you're gonna be all politicians you better have a little bit of political savvy and that's where Jane really shines she knows how the game is played and she can push all the buttons to get the attention of our elected officials and she also done a tremendous job and bringing in the press look here today we have C. span what I mean she has that's been tremendously important to get our story out the prosecutor even process world and she has a very effectively right the medium to it and then last but not least things like signals one thing about doing she can inspire people three things I didn't know they can do and that's the reason a lot of us are here today cattlemen Randy Thomas thank you.

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"trans canada" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

06:42 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"The American media and the American Democrats they're sitting on the edge of their chairs not because Iran has fired surface to surface missiles at American bases in Iraq because they want to know what trans Canada trump's reactions going to be quote unquote proportional where is trump going to escalate they now use the word trump's SQ Litoria actions escape so they're waiting what will trump to not look at these Iranian Islam on **** regime **** and what they did not answer watch trump going after he brought us to this point of war already how dare he kill Salah money and defend the American embassy in Iraq from unprovoked attacks Iranian surrogate terrorists how dare trump to that he's no better than bush he's no better he is he's a warmonger is a warmonger wanting to kill brown and black people that's what he's doing that's trump he's got no strategy he didn't tell Congress in advance what else have they said the people around him around informed there wrapped in his brain I think I read some are better in the New York time rats in the spring my god then we have the morning shower Mrs schmo look at this he's now he's now broke open a a Hornet's nest Hornets flying all over the place when it's nice he doesn't even know what he's doing has no idea here's a guy that just wiped out a man with absolute perfection precision and the thing is it was a limited screen a limited right it was a suddenly very concerned about this they weren't concerned about Obama actually bin laden they weren't concerned about twenty eight hundred bombs that Obama dropped on see or enter it now that's okay they weren't concerned the Democrats about Benghazi thought that investigation was political may I please ask the cable news channels to cut it out stop playing the Fars news agency video I'm I handful of the Iranian missiles up in the sky over and over and over and over again would you please stop hyping this stuff and just report the damn news my god unbelievable just incredible all right let's take a call Mr producer who do you recommend here on a lot Jennifer North Carolina go right ahead please mark thanks for taking my call yeah Hey I just wanted to share with you at the time I spent over there I was on a on a base it was ballade not far from our side and it was routine at night especially that rockets and mortars would come in all the time I remember the first time it happened when I got there and I dove into a bunker mean another fella one one season guy come by and he said what you don't want to load rockets and mortars mission yeah these are they going overhead they're not going to hit us don't worry about it so we got out and you know as time goes on you just get used to it and it was routine if it got really bad I remember the first time the Apaches come flying over and those guys that were outside the fence well whatever happened to them I don't know but they got business teacher maybe Iranian cheese and finally they put those the phalanx systems in and I would imagine the government Allah Saddam sure they I mean this was back in two thousand six when I left and they put those phalanx systems and we call the mark too deep to units because that let me tell you something Sir and thank you for your service I appreciate our media have no idea what's going on they keep playing this far as the Iranian state TV video they have no no idea what's going on in these bases are they don't really have a presence anywhere the reporting from New York and Washington most of the time or people of a correspondent in Baghdad or Jordan or Tel Aviv or Jerusalem they really right now no idea so the waiting for governments to tell them what's going on the Iranian government the American government and of course as they play this video in as they yeah right they speak of confirmation from the Iranian government they never question the Iranian government's information the only question Americans information you notice that yeah well what's going on is Iran has to respond and they're responding right now there have been throwing a temper tantrum they're responding but I think the leadership is in Iran with their fingers crossed hoping to god they don't kill anybody because then they are building their going to be hail they're going to be in a I have a problem and the Democrats in America already preparing their press releases aren't they Sir all absolutely absolutely and the first sentence starts with attacking Donald Trump doesn't no matter what happens now no matter what he does or doesn't do it's about Donald Trump their press releases will be about Donald Trump and of course just that's a wrap their unconstitutional impeachment in the constitution all wrapped a concern for the American military and what is not their concern for the American military to this at all it's a routine it's a it's nothing I would not respond to this at all all right well we don't have all the facts actually and if it's not routine I think they're gonna get slammed through team it's routine thank you for your service my friend much appreciated we'll be right back.

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"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

"Jack at least forty thousand travelers will be affected by rail in S. services strikes in Spain during one of the peak travel periods of the year Spain's railway operator has canceled three hundred and sixty trains should shoot for the weekend following cools by the CGT labor union for various stoppages to package demonstrable Stoff grounds dolphin Iberia airlines in Madrid and Barcelona reports also launched a two day strike beginning Friday of working conditions salaries will be cool abuse of ten pre contracts by the carrier the low cost airlines winning scraps ninety two flights and Liberia canceled a hundred night opponents of the keystone XL pipeline asking the Nebraska Supreme Court to reconsider its approval of the project they say T. C. energy formally known as trans Canada acknowledged in a separate federal suit in Montana that the pipeline route approved by Nebraska regulators was not the one the company wanted and that the company hadn't proposed it as a serious option DC energy argued in Nebraska that the so called mainline alternative route was a legitimate option attorneys for the opponents filed a motion Thursday for the court to rehear the case Friday August thirtieth I'm to McGuire working Dorian is now a category four storm top sustained winds just under one hundred thirty miles an hour as it churns toward the north western islands in the Bahamas national hurricane center director can grant.

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"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

"Your listening to the AP digital news network opponents of the keystone XL pipeline asking the Nebraska Supreme Court to reconsider its approval of the project they say T. C. energy formally known as trans Canada acknowledged in a separate federal suit in Montana that the pipeline route approved by Nebraska regulators was not the one the company wanted and that the company hadn't proposed it as a serious option DC energy argued in Nebraska that the so called mainline alternative route was a legitimate option attorneys for the opponents filed a motion Thursday for the court to rehear the case a growing wave of lawsuits is threatening the Boy Scouts of America the scouts have been sued in multiple states in recent months by purported abuse victims taking advantage of new state laws are court decisions that now are allowing suits that were previously barred because of the age of the allegations a lawyer representing a hundred fifty people who say they were abused as Boy Scouts is planning a suit in New Jersey when the state's new civil statute of limitations law takes effect in December the state was the home to the Boy Scouts headquarters for about twenty five years until nineteen seventy eight in the state of New York there are at least twenty four suits have been filed against the scouts when that stayed open to one your window were victims of child sex abuse will be able to sue over encounters outside the usual statute of limitations other suits have been filed in Pennsylvania and Guam next year's Eurovision Song Contest will be held in the Dutch port city of Rotterdam the Netherlands won the right to host the sixty fifth edition of the festival we don't sing it Duncan Lawrence won this year's event in Tel Aviv with his piano ballad arcade he was the first Dutch act to win the contest since teachings nineteen seventy five triumph within a doll Rotterdam's oh holy arena will host the semi finals of next year's event or made the twelfth and fourteenth in the grand final on may sixteenth an upgrade on Dorian I'm to acquire than a.

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"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

"Click for more we are hundred my farmers truck for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state opponents of the keystone XL pipeline asking the Nebraska Supreme Court to reconsider its approval of the project they say T. C. energy formally known as trans Canada and knowledge in a separate federal suit in Montana that the pipeline route approved by Nebraska regulators was not the one the company wanted and that the company hadn't proposed it as a serious option DC energy argued in Nebraska that the so called mainline alternative route was a legitimate option attorneys for the opponents filed a motion Thursday for the court to rehear the case apple says its eager to open its first retail store in India and hasn't been able to do so because it wasn't prepared to meet India's thirty percent local sourcing requirement for single brand retailing but now India's relax the role and is also allowing online sales without the prior opening a brick and mortar stores the company says that appreciates Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's support for the new rules apples as opening a store all take some time but it looks forward to welcoming customers to India's first apple store Switzerland says it'll stop adding more greenhouse gases to the atmosphere by twenty fifty other countries including Britain France and Sweden have approved similar goals this was government says it's setting the target faced a new scientific findings published last year by the U. ones panel of climate experts the government says by mid century Switzerland should not emit more greenhouse gases than can be absorbed naturally or by technical means trying to say while achieving that zero emissions requires significant changes to nations economies and the almost total and to burning fossil fuels it's the only way to stop global warming going beyond one point five degrees Celsius or two point seven degrees Fahrenheit this century.

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"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on AP News

"Just asking for trouble seen it covered it click for more we are hundred my for Mr for insurance exchanges and affiliates products available in every state into the AP digital news network Australia says it'll provide an undersea internet cable between Australia and East Timor countries also committed to invest in east Timor's naval infrastructure prime ministers got Morrison flew to the East Timor capital Friday to exchange diplomatic notes that activate a new maritime boundary combined with the Timor sea seabed oil and gas revenue sharing deal and the twentieth anniversary of a United Nations sanctioned the independence vote a government statement says Australia also announced support for building a new war if at a naval base on east Timor's north coast that'll help the country operate to guardian class patrol boats that'll be gifted by Australia in twenty twenty three Australia also plans to link East Timor to an Australian cable system opponents of the keystone XL pipeline asking the Nebraska Supreme Court to reconsider its approval of the project they say T. C. energy formally known as trans Canada acknowledged in a separate federal suit in Montana that the pipeline route approved by Nebraska regulators was not the one the company wanted and that the company hadn't proposed it as a serious option DC energy argued in Nebraska that the so called mainline alternative route was a legitimate option attorneys for the opponents filed a motion Thursday for the court to rehear the case apple says its eager to open its first retail store in India and hasn't been able to do so because it wasn't prepared to meet India's thirty percent local sourcing requirement for single brand retailing but now India's relax the role and is also allowing online sales without the prior opening of brick and mortar stores the company says it appreciates Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's support for the new rules apple says opening a store all take some time but it looks forward to welcoming customers to India's first apple store an upgrade on Dorian I'm to acquire than a P. newsman at the national hurricane center says hurricane door in as a category four storm top sustained winds just under one hundred thirty miles per hour as it churns toward the north western part.

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"trans canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

07:08 min | 3 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is the Grand Canyon Grand Canyon university. I cannot hear you is it we're all having headset problems this morning. Put warning good morning. There is doctor dean good to be here yesterday from Grand Canyon university. And you've brought your apprentice in cove Rodriguez senior majors in public history did a lot of the research and typing when I got this. I thought man doctor dean must have no college class as much time to put all this together. I thought I never knew he loved trains so much romance sat and read the outline yesterday afternoon going. Wow. I didn't know that this is so cool. But we'll never gonna have to leave it to Dr dean to give us an hour lesson. Sure. Well, you trains, you're always a very fascinating thing in a sense, a little boy, those big locomotives, and the sound of the rumbles and stuff, you know. So I've always liked trains. My dad like trains, and so trains are always kind of thing. And is a professor of history. Talking about American history trains are one of the most important the railroads one of the most important economic engines of the night late nineteenth century nothing would have happened. We would not be the. Great country that we are coast to coast without the trans Canada railroad the railroad stuff. So it's a huge deal. So I'm happy to talk about railroads. Well, you've got a great outline. And I'm just gonna turn it over to you. And just sit here and absorb okay? Well, you know, the main thing that we want to start with is just talk a little bit about context as I mentioned, the trans Canada railroad is a very important issue. And it's an important chievements for the United States because it solves a big problem east and west it ties the country together in a way that we hadn't thought of before. It's also a huge economic engine in terms of what it does. In terms of our Connie to taking raw materials from the west minds agriculture and sending that stuff back east to be processed or to feed the appetite of the industrializing east where it's turned into products. And then those products are brought out to the west to be sold to miners and farmers. Homesteaders and all those things. And so this relationship ends up creating more people coming to the west as a come to the west they produce more from the west they send that stuff back. They need more things made to be brought back out to the west that creates more jobs jobs, not just in agriculture mining. But now, you need hotels, and restaurants, and teachers and churches and politicians and government, and you start getting more and more jobs for Rhode start to expand more jobs in the railroads. It's a huge economic engine that you cannot ignore it without it, we not we don't have that big country thing. And of course to Zona. It's Arizona's a microcosm of all the different issues that go on with the development of the railroad all happened right here in Arizona. And so as a good way to kind of look at one little area and talk about the big things like for example, north and south. What does Arrigoni was a controversy? Of being confederate or union in the civil war era. And the railroad is part of that. Because of the railroad terminates in the east in the south in the south gets there can benefit tournaments in the north than they give it. So congress for ten years is arguing over where this TransCanada row it's going to start and they can't figure it out. In fact, the civil war splits, congress, the southerners go away and the remainders in CONGRESS Republicans there, then voted the transcontinental railroad actors. Let's start in Saint Louis and go right across the middle. And so the north gets the benefit of it. And so the Zona doesn't get its railroad until a little bit later on. You have a question coming. No. I'm just fascinated. And there's so many things that going through your list here that just jump out. But I know I'm going to derail your train of thought. If I if I interject and I don't want to be jumping all over the place. Let's stay in a chronological timeframe here. Okay. So once the congress decided that they're going to build a road east and west the TransCanada railroad goes in understand how congress is financing is they have lots of land in the United States that they've acquired are managing. So they give the railroads land and they say somewhere in this stretch of land. That's with of land going east west Bilger road, anywhere. You're not going to build a railroad to finance it. You can lease the land to somebody or sell the land around it in order to finance the railroads materials in the labor, and then anything else you get to keep his profit. So the railroad's use this to basically. Create little railroad towns or to sell off to farmers ranchers or whatnot or lease that land, and they create a lot of money. So you can imagine there's a lot of corruption going on because everybody wants so every everybody wants to get in on this. And so the roads would sometimes even promise, hey will build a railroad over this way. Start leasing off the land collect the money, and then go, you know, the rocks are too hard. They're the mountains to. Hi, sorry. We're going to go this direction over here and people got taken for some of that. Now, I don't wanna make the railroad sound out. Terrible. An all cases. But it was a time of speculation. It was really unregulated, and it was not just endeavor to build a railroad. But also this make money make money as so it's also letting other people make money miners, farmers hotel, people restaurants post, everything so it's just this huge economic engine in that creates opportunity, but also creates the few bad actors one of the things I enjoy about this job as manufacturing when we. We get to go see Pelous plant when we get to go. See Bill Garver, we get to go into some place that they're creating these American made products. I would have loved to step into a eighteen fifties locomotive building shop and seeing that the massive construction. Oh my gosh. I can't industrial the amount of metal with no phones. No internet. Well, the the I mean, just the manufacturing marvel machining all the things that go into creating a locomotive, and then the train cars and all that stuff is just amazing. But then there's also the maintenance of them and how they the technologies of switching them because when they build a railroad they only build one direction they built one track as so every so often they have to take a train going east to west they have to put a switch on to move it to the side so train coming west to east can go by. So that all that technology all that planning all that scheduling all again creates more technologies to telegraph helps us understand time zones. I mean, there's a whole. Whole bunch of things that all come about. Because the railroad that you would have never gotten without. Well, we're going to continue our conversation on trains here with Dr dean from Grand Canyon university. Here at.

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"trans canada" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"Look there's other rooms in here. If you wanna go married, he's so. Take her anywhere. Just for the listeners viewers. Are there any dates coming up you wanna plug anywhere? People should look for live shows anything like that. You ask me something I came in and saw fan, but you'll pull it on Instagram. I always post on Instagram on following Instagram. Facebook at officio big daddy Kane. They're just at big daddy. Kane on Twitter and finding upcoming days is all a website, big daddy, Kane dot dot com. There you go. Okay. Officially dedicating dot com. Right. I think it's both is both on your Instagram right now. And. On the Graham. Yes. Yeah. Go see him live. I mean, this is like hip hop legend, amazing lyricist. Great guy. Hilarious guy. Thank you very much for coming to mind. I wouldn't wanna be any wells, man. Thank you. Really? Appreciate it. All right. We'll take you guys out. We'll see you next week. The very lakes. Trans Canada paved, it's sex..

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"trans canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"trans canada" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Storage right now. And so it's hard for the buyers to know, you know, how much to get for product. If they don't have much is in in the chain right now, the USDA had planned to release the reports January eleventh, but says even if the shutdown ends immediately the agency still wouldn't have time to release them as scheduled three people are dead and four injured after someone opened fire last night at a bowling alley and karaoke bar in Torrance, California, CBS news, correspondent joy Benedict happened just after midnight Pacific time. This is the Gable house bowl, it's in Torrance, California. It's south of the city of Los Angeles. We're told the place was fact on a Friday night with a lot of families folks have different ages when for whatever reason there was some sort of a fight by the front door. And uncle of one of the victim says I'm thinking, this is a dream and I'll wake up. The proposed ordinance would penalize business owners in Madison Wisconsin who leave their doors and windows open too long while running air conditioners. The state journal reports that the plan is part of the city's fight against climate change. The proposal says the shitty seen firsthand the effects of global warming in the form of more intense rains and flooding that standard city infrastructure and be a fifty dollar fine for a first offense. One hundred for a second the fficials going, South Dakota county are preparing for the possibility of protests over the construction of the keystone excel pipeline by securing more jail cells. The move comes as trans Canada plans to start construction on the pipeline this year, many environmental groups and native American tribes. They're trying to block the project because of environmental.

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TransCanada asks Montana court to allow preliminary work on Keystone XL

Rush Limbaugh

00:36 sec | 3 years ago

TransCanada asks Montana court to allow preliminary work on Keystone XL

"Building company the Keystone Pipeline heading to court to ask a Montana judge to unblock part of his order that halted that project. Here's Jeff monosso US district judge Brian Morrissey, President Obama appointee blocked transcanada's permits earlier this month to build the keystone XL pipeline from Albert 'as oil sands through a half dozen US states to the Gulf of Mexico until further environmental. Studies can be done now. Lawyers for trans Canada will ask the same judge to clarify or amend his order to block the project. So that. Reconstruction work can continue while it

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Judge Blocks Keystone Pipeline Permit

WSJ What's News

04:39 min | 3 years ago

Judge Blocks Keystone Pipeline Permit

"Case stone is on hold again. A federal judge in Montana Thursday blocked. The Trump administration's permit allowing the keystone excel pipeline US district judge Brian Morris barred any construction of the long delayed project until completion of a supplemental environmental review in January. President Trump signed an executive order permitting cross-border expansion of the pipeline. Let's get more details from Wall Street Journal US energy editor Miguel boost yo who's in Houston Miguel. This project has been blocked for a decade by legal and political opposition. Let's rewind a bit remind us where the Keystone Pipeline would start an end. And who is building it. Keystone Pipeline is actually an expansion of an existing pipeline call keystone, and it is being built by trans Canada, Canadian pipeline company, the point of keystone XL formal name is to bring more Canadian crude oil from L ah to Nebraska from where the oil could connect with other pipelines and go to the US Gulf Coast, and it has been delayed now for a decade after it was initially proposed and has just been this bear of a fight with the company. Environmentalists native American activists, landowners and whole host people. That's right as you have written. This would carry up to eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of oil a day, mostly from Canada's oil sands more than one thousand miles to Steele city Nebraska Miguel. Why did judge Morris blocked the project and what specific steps does? He want the federal government to undertake. The judge who was nominated by former President Barack Obama essentially said that the Trump administration and approving the project had used an old analysis of the impacts of the project from the Obama administration, and the Obama administration had actually taken that old analysis in the project shouldn't be approved the Trump administration essentially just said, well, we disagree in based on the same kind of background work approved permit. What the judge said is that the Trump administration needed to better? Explain the rationale for that about face and didn't do. So and second that the environmental review was done in two thousand fourteen and the thing to change since. Then there was more information that needed to be taken into account data, for example, on oil spills and also that decline change impacts of the project needed to be taken into account more. Significantly didn't oil prices also figure into his decision. Yeah. Very good point the plaintiffs in this case who are some native American groups wells environmental groups argued that in addition to those considerations in mental considerations. They also needed to take into account attack that oil prices at fallen and that raise questions about the economic viability of the project. So yes, among other things the federal government has to look at the impact of lower oil prices on this project who would conduct this supplemental reviews at the EPA. It is actually the State Department. They're one of the defendants in this. Correct. Technically, I'm I don't know exactly how that would work at among federal agencies. I suspect because there's a number of issues here, they probably would get divvied out to people. But technically, it is to State Department that is the defendant in the case. Let me get something straight here. Miguel of the State Department is one of the defendants in the lawsuit is the White House or the Trump administration the. Other defendant. The other defendant is TransCanada the company for so in the pipeline. This is a rather broad simplistic question, but will this pipeline ever be built what kind of timeframe are we talking about now with this delay? Or is that impossible to say that's the big question at this point. This is a pipeline that has already faced tremendous delays a decade of delays. In addition to this new federal ruling, there are still questions in the state of Nebraska, where landowners have contested the path of the pipeline. And I I think there are legitimate questions about whether this thing's ever going to get built at this point. The company has actually not made a final investment decision on the project trans Canada earlier this year said an this was due to some questions out there in the market that it still had enough customers to proceed with the pipeline. However, it has never taken the actual step of saying we've made in put our money there and made that final investment decision. So. So very much an open

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Federal judge blocks construction of Keystone XL pipeline

All Of It

00:35 sec | 3 years ago

Federal judge blocks construction of Keystone XL pipeline

"A federal judge in Montana is blocking construction of the keystone excel pipeline, pending further environmental review judge. Brian Morris says the government's analysis of the project as fallen short when it comes to determining the impact on current oil prices greenhouse gas emissions and on native American cultural site, the ruling came as the pipelines owner TransCanada prepares to begin construction in northern Montana. Environmental groups sued trans Canada and the State Department after the current administration reversed two thousand fifteen decision to cancel the

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