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Giffords documentary comes as gun debates stay center stage
"As the gun debate takes center stage a documentary premieres next month about former congresswoman Gabby Giffords Giffords was shot in the head during an appearance outside a supermarket in Tucson Arizona in 2011 6 people were killed It has been really important to move ahead to not look back I hope others are inspired to keep moving for no matter what Co director Betsy west says Giffords had life threatening injuries We heard that her husband had videotaped so much of her recovery That certainly made us think wow people are going to want to see this Gifford's husband is former astronaut and now senator Mark Kelly I'm getting better I'm getting it slowly but I'm getting Shirley Co director Julie Cohen hopes the documentary makes you feel as motivated as Gabby Giffords is Not only for the fight against gun violence but just like the motivation to live life to the fullest I'm Ed
Rep. Andy Biggs and Charlie Discuss the Cartel's Role Along the Border
"The cartel's role in this? So the cartel, they prey on these poor people in Nicaragua and in Honduras. And they take all their money and they trafficked them. Right up to the border and they make money on the human smuggling part of it and sometimes they'll have them bring drugs across. Can you talk about how sophisticated this is though? Because the impression a lot of Americans have is that these are just people and mountain and village towns and they kind of, they build themselves up by the bootstraps to go to a better life. It's not like that. This is a kidnapping operation. A pseudo kidnapping operation where there's a business model where the cartels know what they're doing and in fact their profit motive is getting as many people as possible across the southern border. Please expand on that. Yeah, that's exactly right. So cartel effectively controls every inch of the southern border where I'm standing today. They tend to let migrants come through. Why? Because they don't want the disruption. But in other places, whether it's humor or Tucson or Rio Grande valley, they're controlling everybody. So let's say you go to in Del Rio, they're going to let a bunch of people come through and then they're going to send in that would cause an distraction and they'll be hundreds of miles without any patrols. So that's going on. And while that's going on, you've got people that are coming through. They don't have any money. We talked to some folks from Peru, just this morning. And you know what? They had to pay some money when they got here. They said they didn't have to pay any money in this place. That's why they come to Eagle Pass. But everywhere else on the border, you have to pay money. And if you don't pay the money, the cartel is going to kill you. If you try to get through or they're going to stop you, they're going to repeatedly violate the women. We always hear about the women being violent. That's true. They get raped a lot.
Border Patrol Stopped 23 People on Terrorist Database in 2021
"I think we've got a border catastrophe. Well, as reporters have learned, border patrol has apprehended at least 23 people coming across the southern border whose on the who are on the terrorist watch list. This happened in 2021, this is data obtained by Fox News, Bill melus finds out about 23 people literally in the terrorist database trying to cross the border into the United States. Here's his report on Fox News. I've obtained a CBP record through a freedom of information act request, which reveals that last year there were 23 known or suspected terrorists who were encountered here at our southern border. Take a look at this graphic right here and we'll dive into the numbers for you. What you're looking at are hits on the TSDB. That is the terrorist screening database, which is maintained by the FBI. You can see the breakdown sector by sector. There were four hits in San Diego sector, four and El Centro two in Yuma, two and Tucson, three and El Paso, four in Del Rio in four in the Rio Grande valley sector. Again, this was for 2021 and keep in mind these are only the ones that they caught. Only the ones they know about. Why is that a concern? Take a look at this final video right here and we'll explain it to you as you look at runners here. CBP sources are telling Fox News that in the last 6 months alone there have been more than 300,000 known got away here at our southern border. Masses of people are making it into the country without ever being apprehended by border patrol and former ice director Tom Holman says that is a major concern when you look at these TSDB hits, he says DHS secretary Alejandro mayorkas has to wake up when it comes to national security at our open border.
How to Combat Election Fraud
"So we have a question here from Cynthia from Tucson, which she says based it's a long question. She doesn't trust her elections in Tucson at all. She thinks that just kind of goes into the abyss. What can she do from now till whenever to fix it? So there's a couple of things. One, voter registration, voter registration is key. The left has beat us on voter registration up until these last couple of years, but we have to make a lot of progress in that. So register as many voters as possible. The second thing is we have the election integrity unit under the AG. That's where we have gotten all of our indictments of voter fraud to come from. And so we are going to be easy AZ will be teaching our voters how to identify the bad things, what they need to document and then how to get that information to the election integrity unit so it can be investigated. And we can hold people
12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats
"News. 12 American cities broke annual homicide records this year every one of them led by Democrats, Philadelphia topped the list, surpassing 500 murders as of November 26th, breaking last year's numbers. Rounding out the top 5 Indianapolis, Columbus, Louisville, Baton Rouge. Others in the dirty dozen. As just the news dot com reports, where Albuquerque, Tucson, Portland, Rochester, Toledo, Austin and St. Paul, Minnesota. Chicago still leads the nation in total homicides for the year. And the fact is, every single one of these cities is led by
The Scam to Turn Texas Purple With Haitian Immigrants
"The associated depressed many Haitian immigrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released into the United States to U.S. officials said undercutting the Biden administration's public statements that the thousands of the camp faced immediate expulsion Biden and his people are the most grotesque and unconscionable liars in politics ever They are unseemly they are pernicious they just lie and lie and lie about everything And so do their their little supporters like Terry mcauliffe who wants to be governor again in Virginia newson where they tried to destroy Larry elder they just lie through their teeth All 6 of them Patients have been freed on a very very large scale quote on quote on recent days according to one U.S. official with direct knowledge of operations The official was not authorized to discuss the matter and thus spoke on condition of anonymity put the figure in the thousands and now they think about 8 to 9000 Of the 15,000 Many have been released with notices to appear in immigration office within 60 days and outcome the requires less processing time and I'll get into this from border patrol agents than ordering an appearance in immigration court points to the speed at which authorities are moving The Homeland Security department has been busing Haitians from Del Rio to El Paso Laredo and Rio Grande valley they can hardly afford more illegal aliens too Along the Texas border And this week added flights to Tucson Arizona the official said Arizona's a purple state They want to flip it They want to turn Texas into a purple state and then a blue states all scheme It's all sabotage
Officials: Many Haitian migrants are being released in US
"Asians have been freed into the U. S. on a very large scale in recent days according to one U. S. official who put the figure in the thousands the official who spoke on the condition of anonymity says many have been released with notices to appear at an immigration office within sixty days the homeland security department has been busting Haitians from del Rio to el Paso and Rio Grande Valley along the Texas border and this week added flights to Tucson Arizona a second U. S. official also speaking on condition of anonymity so as large numbers of Asians were being processed under immigration laws and not being placed on expulsion flights to Haiti the releases in the US were occurring despite the signaling of a mass effort to expel Haitians on flights to Haiti under pandemic related authority I'm Julie Walker
Montana only state to ban vaccine requirements for employees
"Can remain in place for now, after a judge rejected a request from the Tucson Police Officers Association. Temporarily blanket. The union argues the vaccine requirement is against the law and is a condition of employment that must be negotiated. The tanker Verdy Unified School District
Hundreds gather outside of Tucson Medical Center protesting mandatory vaccines - KOLD
"Demonstrations are planned in downtown L a over mandatory vaccinations. Choose Freedom March is planned for two p.m. at City Hall to protest would organizers called medical tyranny, mandatory vaccinations and vaccine passports. At one another group is planning a counter protest in support of mandatory vaccine.
Border Patrol: Agent, 2nd Driver Killed in Crash in Arizona
"And another driver killed early yesterday morning in a head on collision near cells. Arizona that's about 60 miles southwest of Tucson. The crash happened on state route 86. The identities of the agent and driver have not yet been released. More than 130 lives have been saved over the past year. Thanks
Arizona Border Patrol Agent, Another Driver Killed in Head-on Crash
"Patrol mourning the loss of one of their own this morning. One of its agents and another driver killed early yesterday morning in a head on collision near cells. Arizona It's about 60 miles southwest of Tucson. The crash happened on state route 86. The identities of the agent or the driver have not been released.
"tucson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"They had to get charles and ritchie warned. Now they just had to get charles and ritchie warned them that they would never get a confession out of him. Because he had told richie quote. If i'm ever caught. I'll never confess that way. They never know and the not knowing will torture them. Why like he said what we always assume literally told us like hey insider tip from psycho crazy evil faster ages. Yup this is why we do that. Like guys how many times have we said like they definitely do that. Just to make the torture last forever. And he's like yeah he's like no that's literally what am i. Coined that term. I did it for him. I like i like whoa literally said according to ritchie that's wildly evil so remember mary. French ya yes. She was arrested on november. Fifteenth nineteen sixty five in belton texas good ritchie had said that she was lying about a leans murder and he knew for a fact that she witnessed the entire thing that she hadn't been so i i do too but ultimately she was charged with concealing and compounding felony and being cesary to elise murder the arizona daily star reported on december twenty first nineteen. Sixty five quoque displaying. Not a flicker of emotion. Mary ray french slant a slender nineteen year. Old brunette heard herself sentence yesterday to spend four to five years in state prison. She was out of prison within three years for good behavior. Staw for good behavior and for working in prison staw three years. That's a travesty. John saunders pleaded guilty to second degree murder and he got life in prison good. He was nineteen years old when he was sentenced at his sentencing. He told the judge. I dedicate the rest of my life to make myself a better person to live with cool. It won't matter. The judge allowed him to have christmas with his family and he was sent to prison the very next day..
"tucson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"So paul reiterated that story to ritchie. Who by that point was essentially losing his mind with fear and guilt and probably about four hundred. Seventy two other emotions. Yeah which is why you don't see a recently dug grave from murder victim and just be like oh cool. Not only that. Don't do that and maybe it won't be riddled with guilt and shit. Oh no not only that. So he saw that and then he saw two dead bodies. Well that's what i read them. Once you start your it'd be led down a path that you're going to see some other shit and then you're going to get involved with bad people who are gonna scare the shit out of you are so do. Just don't do it. Ritchie himself was fucking up. Because i said like forty two times that he was essentially stocking kathy because he was. He couldn't tell her obviously why he was so scared because he was literally just being a stalker. He was just literally stocking to the point where her family had him arrested for harassment. Good that my friends is when shit starts to unravel so richie headed out to ohio. Because the judge told him to skip town until his quote infatuation was over with okay. That's how that works out of here. Yeah just get out of town the sixties coats till you get right you tend then you can come back. I'm like does he have to show like like i'm over. Coffee got it. Is there like some big x ray machine that shows. If it's heart goes like thump thump. around yeah what. it's it's at a normal rate. So his grandmother lived in columbus ohio and he was going to stay with her for a while so the entire time he was there he wasn't able to contact kathy because no contact orders battles and he was still really concerned that kathy was going to be charles next target especially now that he was gone because he sat on occasion..
"tucson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"We don't just do that so like we'll come talk to you tomorrow. This so they were sending someone type. Powell will be there mar literally. So they said that they were sending someone and he was like hoof But then the mafia themselves shut up and they're like let's go to kelli buddy. We know we're not gonna sleep on this. Yeah like we're bringing you know you have your appointment with the fbi tomorrow but we gotta go to link to. They've been in your house. You don't think you're fucking house has tapped like jesus. Wow they went to california. But charles was arrested in california san diego to be specific on august twenty eighth. He was on the beach impersonating an f. b. i. Agent stop and questioning girls on the beach. Obviously trying to pretend that he was trying to find gretchen. And wendy. so that these mafia mafia guys wouldn't take care of him. This is wild. It's insane this story but bananas. It's banana when he was brought to the police station. The police held him there for an hour and half and they asked tons of questions about gretchen and wendy. Because they're like why are you on a beach pretending to be an f. b. i. Agent questions about these girls. You gotta answer some questions. But there wasn't enough to hold him on actually while they were questioning him. They were notified by the police back in tucson that he had already been talked to because he had already been question about this previously because he's the boyfriend But they were like no. He's not a suspect. You can let them go man wild so he was able to be like. Oh and things quieted down. These national sneak out of these things but not for long. They end up getting caught. There's always those few times that you're like he got out of it. There's only nine lives though. So between september and october of nineteen sixty five. Charles really kept that creepy asshole status on lock..
"tucson" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"So when he eighteen he decided it was time for a fucking makeover. Hell yeah new-look of course stacy and clinton were like. That's not what you wear me know what you look like. So he died his hair pitch black. And you started wearing makeup. That literally if you look until if you google charles. Schmid like makeup. Every article you read will describe his makeup as pancake makeup pancake every article and he also added a really large mole on his cheek. Yeah i was gonna ask about that. Yeah that was painted on because he wanted to look meaner because you know how malls just gonna say. I don't generally look at people with a mole and be like who stay clear them marilyn monroe addresses terrified. Like cindy crawford. I'm not like show any bobi. Need elliott dogo near her. She'll break you. It's like no usually it's like a beauty mark. Yeah he makes you look like. I don't even know i don't even really get you. Didn't draw like cindy crawford. Beauty marker marilyn monroe. He really giant muscle on the side of literally just a large circle a large black circle on his face..
Border Patrol Agents Apprehend Nearly 200 Migrants at the Border
"Patrol's Tucson sector in Arizona is seeing a major increase in unaccompanied Children crossing the border. Matt Madison has more agents say they found a large group of 197 migrants making an illegal entry on Wednesday, and 147 were unaccompanied Children, the agency explained. The sector has encountered more than 13,600 unaccompanied migrant Children so far this fiscal year that represents a 189% increase compared to last Year. Most of those found on Wednesday where from Guatemala
Afghan President Ghani to Meet Biden as Violence Surges
"On friday. Us president joe biden will meet. Afghan president ashraf ghani and the chairman of afghanistan's high council for national reconciliation abdullah abdullah at the white house. It will be their first in-person meeting at which they'll discuss. Us troop withdrawal. The talks come as fighting. Intensifies between gan forces and the taliban at least thirty districts have been seized by the taliban since the us announced in april that all us troops would withdraw before september. The eleventh such ongo hell is visiting teacher. The london school of economics and political science and joins me. Now good morning tucson on the agenda for this meeting well. Some of the key issues are to do with joe biden reiterating the intention to withdraw not just us troops but us contractors as well and they along with the military plates such an important role in providing security and assistance to of galveston the other aspect. Which is perhaps linked to be equally controversial. Is the pressure that will be put on. Ashraf ghani to restart negotiations with the taliban now the frustration that the government has had is that whatever talks they've had with the taliban the laws you have then been violated by the taliban through violence so there is going to be Some acrimony in the meeting it's a it's a situation that i have is not looking forward to and it was still hope Vain hope i would say in afghanistan that somehow joe biden will change his mind and cancelled the withdrawal. But i think that is very unlikely.
"Split-Man" Andy Gross & Diane Nichols Show 10b - burst 1
"I actually got the call from you one day. It was like a monday or tuesday. Never forget i get the call. Say hey can you come to work the club. I said this is great. Yeah when you should like tomorrow or the next day or two on thursday through sunday deal. So i was excited. This is my first big break. Then i real club aac club. And i was ecstatic so i flew up right away. Gotta take it got where you pick me up. Never forget you drive me around and we gotta stop it this Thrift store your or whatever. Okay club whatever. Sure so shopping club. And then you explain to me said this is supposed to be all ladies twenty weekend all female comedians y- while yeah and you told me so one of them got sick so i've got this idea that you just come out wearing dress so we're going to go in the store and get your address. You didn't give you much time to think or talk about you so we're just going to go in and get that trust. I'm thinking uh okay. All right okay. I'll go with this. You know in in times of challenges like losing a featured act and need to replace somebody in an all women's show you got to be quick on your feet exactly and you know what but you we address. We got a couple of them. Just in case you didn't match me or something and but you you were really professional about. I'll never forget. I was gone. I went along with it. No problem but the way you introduced it you just you said what happened. Hey one of the girls had to drop out so we have a special guest for you and you set it up perfect. I came out. I wore the dress. Her you know minute took it off in the win about doing and it was my first real big break and the chat went great. You had me back in back and back and back and were big big Part of me getting into comedy and learning comedy because that was a near stage more than any other stage and really really helped me to this day asleep. We were in a position to offer people that we thought had the potential. And i at that time we had more than one club and so we could give people a lot of work. Give him an opportunity to grow and people like you and paula poundstone and We were the first stop for garry. Shandling out of tucson arizona. The first stop for will durst Doing political comedy so we were the first headlining room that a lot of people got to work and we took that seriously and worked really hard with the entertainers to help them
Dr. Karyn Tapley's Unconventional Medical Career
"You are listening to the fancy free. Podcasts where my guests. And i tell our most embarrassing funny stories so that we all feel less alone and our imperfections and forge connection through vulnerability in humor. I'm joanne jared. And i am your host and today i have with me. Caryn tap lee. Karen is a fellow physician. She is an obstetrician gynecologist fellowship trained in integrative medicine and has transitioned out of traditional practice and is currently selling mercedes-benz as she completes her mba. So i think she's addicted to school. She calls it her covert career. She's a total car. Check and you guys. This is so fascinating. She started off her higher education with a ged. so karen. thank you so much for being with me today. Thank you for having me. I'm super excited to be here. Okay absolutely we'll fill in the blanks a lot of questions but first of all. Just tell us a little more about who you are and what you do. That is currently a moving target. You're right by tradition chaining. I'm an obgyn with a fellowship in integrative medicine that i got at the university of arizona down in tucson and i finished that in about twenty eighteen i was also establishing a medical spa at the same time i started off like a lot of. Obgyn's i went into a private practice. I where i was doing july only my husband was career military in the navy and so my first job out of residency was in oregon and he was stationed in washington. We had been separated for the better part of our marriage because of machine training and everything. So i tried to make it work as we tried to make it work as much as we could then. I finally decided to transition up to washington where i took a traditional employed job where i was taking q. Three call seventy two to ninety six hours at a time out about three and a half years into that. I finally went to our office manager to take some vacation time and is told that i didn't have any because i only accrued vacation time when i was physically in the office seeing patients
Federal Government Is Accused of Leaving Migrants in Border Towns
"Of people that US authorities air taking into custody at the southern border is on pace to set records. Most people are being sent back to Mexico. But there are exceptions. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports from rural Arizona, where there is a big controversy over whether the federal government is just dropping migrants off. From Tucson, Dr West 100 miles across the remote, mountainous and hot Sonoran Desert, just north of Mexico, and Highway 86 starts getting rougher and narrower as you get close to the old mining town of Ah ho, Arizona. Behind the Ah Hope Plaza and its ornate Spanish colonial buildings to white U. S. Border Patrol vans pull into a dusty allergy. Agents Hop out slide. Open the doors and families with Children pile out. One woman, limp says she picks up her suitcase and a plastic bag with bed sheets. This one woman I'm watching right now looks very tired, very stress. Volunteers, then usher them inside a small gym. They've converted to an improvised shelter for their handed water and told where they are Most of no idea. I've just been released from detention. Have another baby. That's what she said. He moved us. Welcome Our explains the first need a covert tests, which the U. S government isn't doing less migrant show symptoms. The families, most of whom looked middle class, sit down and wait. Exhausted.
Inflation, National Debt and the U.S. Dollar - What Could Go Wrong?
"Prices are up double digits yet. Inflation and us as measured by the consumer price index is still less than three percent that the federal government is issuing trillions and trillions of dollars of new government debt. It interest rates are rock bottom that the money supply has increased over twenty five percent in the past year as money flowing everywhere yet. It's not showing up in inflation measures such as the consumer price index in this episode. We're going to connect those things together and consider what is it. That could go wrong where we could see inflation. Spike and the return on treasury securities be negative. Last october i released an episode titled how to buy and hot housing market i described lapel and is quest to sell our house in phoenix and by one in tucson since then the housing market has gotten even hotter than median existing home price in the. Us is up over sixteen percent year over year. The house we sold in phoenix. Zillow estimates is now. We're ten percent more than what we sold it for. This past november houses around the us are getting multiple offers. Many above the listing price and often the buyer is paying cash one reason the housing market is so hot is individuals want to move. They have been working at home through the pandemic realize the either one a bigger house or they're not going back to the office and so they wanna live in a less expensive locale. People are leaving. High cost states like california new york and new jersey and moving to less expensive states or states with better weather arizona. South carolina florida and idaho at the same time. There's been a limited supply of houses.
Arizona parts ways with Sean Miller amid NCAA investigation
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Arizona parts ways with basketball coach Sean Miller the university of Arizona announced Wednesday Sean Miller will not return as men's basketball coach next season Miller spent twelve years in Tucson guiding the Wildcats to five pac twelve regular season titles three pac twelve tournament titles and reaching the NCAA tournament's elite eight three times but a twenty seventeen F. B. I. investigation into shady recruiting practices at several top college basketball programs included Arizona Arizona issued a self imposed a postseason ban this year associate head coach Jack Murphy will serve as the Wildcats interim head coach hi Mike Rossi up
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tucson police department image on camera the entire system is racist toward people of color and more tomorrow morning seven oh five okay if you look at the Horace report yes I have I have it with me soon if you knew then what you know now would you have signed the warrant application no I would probably anywhere from ten to fifty percent of people out there who just not very good people but just not who we are this time the greatest comeback in American history today is probably if you think of it the greatest comeback in American issue but you just have to stop here it's going to keep going just one hundred and forty eight days details the coast to coast in order to see to shine he is no question for you yes Minneapolis for re election next we do next all.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tucson's most stimulating talk thank you for hanging out gonna be eighty and sunny your chance a thousand Bucks coming up in less than twenty minutes I hope you I really hope you win maybe not you but you but you okay nearly really good Gary Bettman on fox business this morning said they think they're gonna be playing into the summer it's something they can certainly do that's a good thing I'm down with that I want to see I want to see some more hockey I want to get back to normal that's what I once I'm really quick if you're a business owner you I do have confidence that this is a condom is gonna open up soon enough for you your work is gonna open up soon enough for you are you liking what you're hearing is it not good enough I mean I would flood Ducey's office with phone calls emails you name that's what I would do this story The Washington Post it's on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash Gary Lewis radio like and follow it I'm communities it says here this is part of the plan is a lot of plans eight steps to have do with health blah blah blah communities where it says here where it's necessary to maintain only low mitigation there are places where the virus never spread significantly and those locations can re open soon according to the document seen by The Washington Post this is part of the plane CDC FEMA other White House agencies they they're all they're all put their plans together are we love medication I would like that answer we have to be we're not getting overrun moderate mitigation is called for in informer hot spots that are entering controlled recoveries significant minute mitigation they are recommended in current or emerging hot spots or moderate mitigation community showing signs of strain capacity so we have to be low medication we have to be one of the top twenty right one order that roughly twenty states that will be open a sap this has to happen here in Arizona we we you know we have not been nailed and thank goodness we have not been nailed I don't want us to be nailed there's a part of this part of the public health response in this document on a framework for re opening America dated April ten thirty six pages long I'm it's a road map to open up gradually one participant in the planning stages speaking anonymously to The Washington Post said not official but that's how it is trump has not agreed to any of this stuff by the way so it could all change it could all change but I want you to hear the president said yesterday if you missed it in the news conference about opening everything up again okay eighty eight eighty eight listen to this here is the president yesterday Rigo the plans to re open the country are close to being finalized and we will soon be sharing details a new guidelines with everybody I will be speaking to all fifty governors very shortly and I will then be authorizing each individual governor of each individual state to implement a re opening and a very powerful re opening plan of their state at a time and in a manner as most appropriate the day will be very close because certain states as you know aren't much different condition and in a much different place than other states it's going to be very very close maybe even before the day of me you better hope so that will be for some states actually there are over twenty that are in extremely good shape and we think we're gonna be able to get them open clearly quickly and then others will follow the federal government will be watching them very closely and we'll be there to help good I mean are we in that Abby how would we have to be if you're the presidency maybe even before may first we want light at the end of the tunnel this is what we're gonna do this is what we're getting this is what we need because it's based on facts right it's based on facts says here in the Washington post or trump wants a final detail plan to reopen the country ready within days we can issue suggestions for some states to reopen may first plans to reopen the country are close to being finalized you just heard it but he said maybe before maybe before and I love this part within the house within the White House one senior administration officials said trump has been so insistent on the re opening that some officials worry only a narrow window exists to provide information to change the president's mind or to ensure that the effort to reopen doesn't significantly add to the country's still rising number infections and deaths president has not committed the following guidelines delineated in the draft so there you go I'm good he wants it open thank you pretty much had enough with thou G. and Berks and the rest of them that's why they didn't that that's why they they didn't talk yesterday nothing and that's okay one of the bin right what if they've been raped two people are we're we're starting to lose it a little bit here I don't know if you heard of this either I've been talking to North Carolina Michigan I guess they're gonna have the big protest today protest now wacko governor the one week there's there's a push to recall her now which I think is phenomenal I'm but there was a protest called re open it do all the re open you know re open Michigan re open North Carolina so it's re open N. C. right they're gonna have a rally in a rally yesterday in rally North Carolina Raleigh Raleigh North Carolina they were protesting the fact that the governor there and I think what what what is it again I think there was twelve ten point four million people I think it's three hundred eighty one cases are you kidding me state shut down so they wanted to protest they were standing six feet apart from each other these people pro testing and guess what Raleigh police department on their Facebook page said they they told these people they are not allowed to protest you ready for this this is your first amendment rights you're not allowed to protest because it is a non essential activity that's right pro testing is now in the government makes these rules realize America were allowed to protest not get thrown in jail or disappear re education camp like communist China so they protest the governor's executive order because it's so insane in North Carolina because they're not getting destroyed by this at all it's very very small and the police told them you can't protest it's non essential this is a not this is the most essential activity there is right now as a country I mean it's it's sitting at boiling point it really is you can comment eight zero can S. T. eight eight zero five six seven eight it is canister morning ritual with garret Lewis did China really cover up the corona virus outbreak are they telling us the full truth of where the virus came from and how many of their people were really infected are they also holding back critical medical supplies now Greg Kelly reports gives the shocking answers to those questions.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Can STA M. seven ninety Tucson's most stimulating talk and there are of course three things I think you would need to know brought you by strong bill plumbing air and solar number one jobs jobs jobs maybe so the February jobs were comes out the experts predicted a hundred seventy five thousand added two hundred seventy three thousand were added in the revised upward more jobs in December thirty seven thousand more than the thoughts and ended January as well other forty eight thousand to eighty five thousand additional jobs so the last three months we average two hundred forty three thousand jobs a month being added and the media does want to give any credit three percent wage increase also into your your your nineteen straight months of that how about them apples second thing I think you needed to know is at via at the Bernie rally was a very small crowd but there was a guy there that got thrown out because he decided to waive a **** flag burning rally mind you and then a woman was arrested because she fell over motorized cart at the Bernie rally crawled on the ground and bit a security guard on the arm that's stories on my Facebook page Facebook dot com says Gary Lewis radio like and follow it that is your typical damn right there is any type of typical socialist damn right there third thing I think you need to know here in Pima county Khiladi reports there are about well less than a dozen people are being tested now for coronavirus it looks like it's going to get here waiting on results not positive yet thirty six robin tested in Arizona to have been positive up in Maricopa county that's it three things I think you needed to know so I'm we I have I more stories of just flat out hatred from deranged trump hating people and I don't I what I'll never understand the way they think like why do people feel like they have to do this stuff to put whatever they're thinking on social media I mean you know it's going to come back to bite your right I get you know what's going to happen that way so the latest story that I have E. of again trump election derangement syndrome it did I got this from a PJ media a museum director on super Tuesday writes on her Facebook page I hope every single one of you pieces of believe that votes Republican dies today yeah more insanity and hatred and everything that you would expect from a trump hating lunatic you don't hear of any trump people writing you hope that Biden dies or Bernie dies or this one dies it what is wrong with these people are crazy they are live at the trump election reader center instead of actually enjoying how great it is right now right the economy is great border is getting more secure terrorists aren't as big of a threat winning the trade wars I mean there are so many great things going on and instead these people are so deranged that they're focused on this she's in Texas by the way suite water Texas Melanie ex director of the pioneer city museum in Sweetwater Texas posted on Facebook I mean one thing to think about it right see if you might think okay I think I thought I just can't stand do you think that you're gonna get away with it if you post something that insane on social media so she's the director of the pioneer city museum in Sweetwater Texas the museum's board of directors apparently gonna hold an emergency meeting after the ridiculously hateful statements and of course this woman Melanie Hicks apologized and has deleted both the original post any apology follow up but of course screenshots are there because Facebook social media Twitter is like herpes it never goes away screenshots people took screen shots and so easy to do nobody even knows if she is still the director of the museum their music museum has refused to respond to K. T. A. B. television the pioneer city ms museum even took down its own face page a Facebook page because they're getting inundated they're having an emergency meeting of this museum today at five thirty PM to talk about it it's a government run museum the Sweetwater city manager told the television station there he believes Texas Facebook message reprehensible especially for city leader and the city funds a portion of the museum's building we think about it right so you have that then you have people right here beginning of the week going after Sammy's Mexican grill call these immigrants legal immigrants racists for supporting president trump being Republican yeah the guy the national Bar getting sucker punched by a woman you heard about that Wright was with they thought it was a maggot hat with megastar I'll he had a had to make a fifty great again and a woman punched him for where they had punched in the face yeah that guy crashing to the younger than that now and into the not always this into the regular Republicans Duval county Florida at the Walmart they said about a voter registration tent any crashes tent right through it said he did it because the trump the meeting reported that way I mean it goes on all these people are crazy crazy I don't know how I missed this one but I did in Florida again last month it says here a forty nine year old man James L. Whitehurst the second was arrested there were people holding trump signs minding their own business when this guy James L. Whitehurst the second forty nine years old rushed at them with a cane sword eight what is is that like a it looks like a cane if you take it out exactly you're exactly right that what that what the bond stuff right yeah he charged them with a cane sword forty nine years old charged with ten counts of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon one count disorderly conduct victims told police that this forty nine year old approach them during their peaceful assembly with this chain swords and soul Kay allegedly exactly apparently allegedly you pointed the sword in their faces made threatening statements holding the blade six inches from their faces he confessed to having removed the sword from its holder and pointing at the trump supporters he told police he meant no harm by threatening them I didn't really mean harm these people are nuts where was this again this was the night Donal in Florida Donal in Florida he's lucky it wasn't in a in a you know an open carry state or some yeah I mean you have stored in your face I yeah and now I get that out of my face man yeah my face what do you expect you know he put that look he put the king what the sword within six inches of their faces guess who said get in their faces get in their faces with Maxine waters Cory Booker Eric holder said when they go low we can come these people are crazy but this is what happens they're not switch is why let me know if you just tuning in this is my favorite story of the day Bernie Sanders crowd Arizona family has this story this is last night is the you know list but can play real quick with the crowd was like I'd Craig Smith of K. got nine year into sun was up there and just a couple hours before the Bernie event he was he was doing a I have to share this on my Facebook page I will I just forgot about it he was outside of the at the veterans memorial Coliseum in Phoenix people mind you sort of lining up two or three days in advance for the trump rally thousands of people in advance they're looking AT maybe a hundred people outside of his birdie waiting in line and Craig Smith is very kind that we described but just listen they are actually due to.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tucson based independent registered investment adviser have you thought about the difference between a specialist and a generalist specialist being someone who has achieved or demonstrated a specific skill set in an area and a generalist is someone who has a broad range of skills but perhaps not focused on one area in particular we are surrounded by these specialists and generalists everywhere we go in home repair for example if you had a minor issue say a dripping faucet that you just couldn't get the shot off well you could probably call a handy man or woman A. K. A. the general S. or you could call a plumber somebody who specializes in that particular area perhaps with the minor league you could get by with the generalist handy man what if you needed something more specific perhaps your pipes replaced and there was a major leak well you probably would want to stick with the specialist another example in health care we have the same thing we have a general practitioner and family doctors that can serve as a broad resource for many ailments but what if you had a specific medical condition apps a heart issue and maybe you needed surgery would you want your family doctor performing that surgery well now you would need to go see a cardiologists somebody who was trained in that area in financial planning there are these generalists and specialists as well however the problem is is that most of the time it's not that obvious with a plumber it's very apparent to know what they do and the cardiologists the same thing but what about a financial adviser how do you know what they specialize in over my years as a financial adviser I have discovered that there are many different areas that advisors can serve and that depends on what exactly you are needing help with some advisers can help with debt reduction and general financial planning perhaps when you are at a younger age where you need help with budgeting and financial planning for retirement that might be twenty years or so out in that case you will want to see someone who is trained in that area perhaps a C. F. P. or a certified financial planner and they may charge you for a plan fee up front and then set you on your way or perhaps you need just a money manager somebody who wants to manage your investments and help you grow your money be diversified and look for opportunities that you might miss maybe you need help with retirement danger zone planning or that time period five years before and five years after you retire well this is a completely different set of advisory skills and tools that you need to tap into one where you do need to seek out a specialist or an expert with retirement income planning and that is where I'd like to focus today is for those that are needing this specific help that's exactly what we do here at Mayfield financial we are the retirement income planning experts we have prepared for this specific need this need that requires you to identify different sources of retirement income that can develop a.
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"Tucson dot org that sounds like fun and again are you guys always at full capacity you know we're not always at full capacity when they built the new house ten years ago they designed it so that we always have a couple extra rooms available for those next families to come so it helps us to keep our staff costs down to you know work with that turnover of families we do have new families come in every day families leaving every day and so we're we're we're we have a lot of people who stay there like I said we had over six hundred fifty families you state last year but right now our our size is great to to handle what we need to some okay is there any other volunteering that people would do absolutely we are volunteering at are a few events that we have throughout the year we have our house party which happens in September in our walk for kids in December we also have regular volunteer opportunities you can take advantage of if you wanted to come once a week for a few hours either at the house so we also have a run with Donald family room at banner children's hospital on then you can come and work with the families helps to keep the house clean and organized and helped by all the the families with their state of mind and I'm Tony this this terrible tax credit the fact that you can now give up to eight hundred dollars a married couple forty dollars a single person I mean that that's huge in the fact that you can actually you know see what you're going to because again April fifteenth I can't stress that enough you can see all you could say you know what forget given to stay because who knows what they can use it for only give it to this I think we use better yeah and you know what the rom townhouse as well as all the other twenty nine organizations that are part of the isn't a general tax critical wishin were incredibly transparent with what we do our books are open to you we want you to be good partners with us we once a week not only to receive your support but to be a part of your.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tucson based independent registered investment adviser have you thought about the difference between a specialist and a generalist a specialist being someone who has achieved or demonstrated a specific skill set in an area and a generalist is someone who has a broad range of skills but perhaps not focused on one area in particular we are surrounded by these specialists and generalists everywhere we go in home repair for example if you had a minor issue say a dripping faucet that you just couldn't get the shot off well you could probably call a handy man or woman A. K. A. the general S. or you could call a plumber somebody who specializes in that particular area perhaps with the minor league you could get by with the generalist handy man what if you needed something more specific perhaps your pipes replaced and there was a major leak well you probably would want to stick with the specialist another example in health care we have the same thing we have a general practitioner and family doctors that can serve as a broad resource for many elements but what if you had a specific medical condition apps a heart issue and maybe you needed surgery would you want your family doctor performing that surgery well now you would need to go see a cardiologists somebody who was trained in that area in financial planning there are these generalists and specialists as well however the problem is is that most of the time it's not that obvious with a plumber it's very apparent to know what they do and the cardiologists the same thing but what about a financial adviser how do you know what they specialize in over my years as a financial adviser I have discovered that there are many different areas that advisors can serve and that depends on what exactly you are needing help with some advisers can help with debt reduction and general financial planning perhaps when you are at a younger age where you need help with budgeting and financial planning for retirement that might be twenty years or so out in that case you will want to see someone who is trained in that area perhaps a C. F. P. or a certified financial planner and they may charge you for a plan fee up front and then set you on your way or perhaps you need just a money manager somebody who wants to manage your investments and help you grow your money be diversified and look for opportunities that you might miss maybe you need help with retirement danger zone planning or that time period five years before and five years after you retire well this is a completely different set of advisory skills and tools that you need to tap into one where you do need to seek out a specialist or an expert with retirement income planning and that is where I'd like to focus today is for those that are needing this specific help that's exactly what we do here at Mayfield financial we are the retirement income planning experts we have prepared for this specific need this need that requires you to identify different sources of retirement income that can develop a solid plan.
"tucson" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"He's a Roberts in Tucson Arizona Robert good morning welcome to coast hi thanks for taking the call I just wanted to add to Thomas in the holy is list I'm sure he'd agree with three more entries under New Testament movies the first would be the role with Richard Burton from nineteen fifty three yes the second would be one I think you actually mentioned very quickly qualified of some night yes he won the Robert Taylor Deborah yes and finally nineteen seventy six Jesus of Nazareth with Robert Powell in the title role and it also had a livia hacienda and earnest Borg nine and Laurence Olivier and Anthony Quinn it's a fabulous movie it was directed by Franco Zeffirelli what's right Romeo and Juliet sixty eight I think is a very under rated director by the way we watch that our family we sit down and we watch that movie over the course of several days during the Holy Week Easter every year I think it's one of the the better films that you put under New Testament if it's under rated people forget it but hits memorable he I can't think of a better Jesus Christ and Richard Powell you're right I mean if something is high exactly unforgettable I thank you very much thank you Robert good to hear from you let's say hi to a first time caller John is in the Lone Star state the great state of Texas hello John hello how you doing I'm well where abouts are you in Texas well I'd rather not say all right spoken like a true Texan none of your business well I don't understand on that program well first of all or jump into came earlier one I was a merchant seaman I found flat spot on the ocean and one in the Mediterranean one of the Pacific Ocean where we could see further at night then you could before you entered this area or after you left that area the heavier gravity poll but that would be the simplest answer right all right so I don't understand why you spend all this money look even when they're already here on the planet walking around with this that's true that's were told right they are among us well I met them in my life when I was a kid an abductee and I saw that close in years later in Hawaii one I was there and they were there I was with a special group you might say but anyway this alien held my hand after they did whatever they did to me and so do you have any questions and I said well how come only Johnson can't see you there's a set that Mexico farmhouse this crap it was like a thirty foot yes and he said the old we put him to sleep pleasant how come they can't see or from the road there was a valley through there and they said only the people we want us we want to let us see Assia and then he asked me if I wanted to go into space with them and I said one door come back and he said you never come back and then he showed my mother always not the back porch that rock and we are just painted those steps like two days before the incident occur so but anyway seen him in a wide we have people and I know the story back story it's more to it than that but they actually live here it's my understanding we have an inner planned multi planetary treaty and there are good aliens and there are bad and one planet X. comes or a binary star dragnet planets with this the New York he's gonna go through a great of people the one that up evil what hers then afterwards the aliens will come in because it's always been that everybody wants are because of our water that's why they want number four one PM or not and they wanted goal for their atmosphere of their home one what these people are still here and I've met to three full blooded alien well I I got to say to the other one alien that I saw in the video years and years of code seven these and I said that's an alien and I've met that person but I didn't know what I'm not that person from and I met one half human affect if there are and this gentleman or is alien that you saw in Hawaii that you recognized as being I guess the one that had a duck did you did you did you approach this person this alien not me though they told me yes he's an alien but they would not let the let me approach them I was originally with the group called the study group called solidarity across the galaxy back in the late seventies in Houston Texas and then later on I was with another group the well actually the same group for a short period of time and then I left I was still very conflicted with some things in my life and I actually I still am so do you recall the objection be just because you remember it or D. did you remember it through hypnosis now Whitley Strieber wrote a book called communion yes I read the book and use it and then the book that has the phrase you said when you read this line you may remember if you had an objection and everything came back to me and I remember being in the hospital there's always hospital afterwards after after it happened hospitalized she and these doctors came in and they're all doctors on this little bit hospital in this little town why would they show up there the Mayo Clinic that one they have one from the big some big house the one Chicago from New York there was four five local and I told him I said well the aliens they all just grow and turned it looked to me because nobody can figure out what was wrong with me and one of the doctor says all you need I believe it was fast oil in on you and they started up in a in a bowl and I had to drink as much as I could and because I couldn't go to number two the bathroom number two and he said of that doesn't work we'll have the operate on you and that's where that ended because you know back in the sixties and nobody ever was there.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tucson based independent registered investment adviser have you thought about the difference between a specialist and a generalist a specialist being someone who has achieved or demonstrated a specific skill set in an area and a generalist is someone who has a broad range of skills but perhaps not focused on one area in particular we are surrounded by these specialists and generalists everywhere we go in home repair for example if you had a minor issue say a dripping faucet that you just couldn't get the shot off well you could probably call a handy man or woman A. K. A. the general S. or you could call a plumber somebody who specializes in that particular area perhaps with the minor league you could get by with the generalist handy man what if you needed something more specific perhaps your pipes replaced and there was a major leak well you probably would want to stick with the specialist another example in health care we have the same thing we have a general practitioner and family doctors that can serve as a broad resource for many ailments but what if you had a specific medical condition apps a heart issue and maybe you needed surgery would you want your family doctor performing that surgery well now you would need to go see a cardiologists somebody who was trained in that area in financial planning there are these generalists and specialists as well however the problem is is that most of the time it's not that obvious with a plumber it's very apparent to know what they do and the cardiologists the same thing but what about a financial adviser how do you know what they specialize in over my years as a financial adviser I have discovered that there are many different areas that advisors can serve and that depends on what exactly you are needing help with some advisers can help with debt reduction and general financial planning perhaps when you are at a younger age where you need help with budgeting and financial planning for retirement that might be twenty years or so out in that case you will want to see someone who is trained in that area perhaps a C. F. P. or a certified financial planner and they may charge you for a plan fee up front and then set you on your way or perhaps you need just a money manager somebody who wants to manage your investments and help you grow your money be diversified and look for opportunities that you might miss maybe you need help with retirement danger zone planning or that time period five years before and five years after you retire well this is a completely different set of advisory skills and tools that you need to tap into one where you do need to seek out a specialist or an expert with retirement income planning and that is where I'd like to focus today is for those that are needing this specific help that's exactly what we do here at Mayfield financial we are the retirement income planning experts we have prepared for this specific need this need that requires you to identify different sources of retirement income that.
"tucson" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To my show there are people out there in Tucson and you know all of them they're they're probably right in your neck of the woods okay that are homeless they don't have enough clothing right to come to Tucson because yes it is warm nine months out of the year but there are three months out of the year that eight so warm and and if you've got an old code terror sweaters a something anything socks heck olds old wool socks hats those would be lovely to give to the well I don't know what the version is called it's it's it's connected to the food bank but it's the clothing you know it's like salvation army and then get will it yep so we're but but the ideas you're giving close to those that don't have a home to sleep in their sleeping out of doors at night we don't want to freeze to death wow okay and that no no we we need to take to what you can do when people shop I know it may be a little late the weekend before Christmas but some people are probably I I have a shop you know so I'm one of those that could yeah if they're from your long yeah online I know I was looking around on line and there are a lot of websites and things you can buy their certain items that the purchase price of a hundred percent of the profits go to kids are charity cancer research and so you can seek out items that are gonna but when you buy gifts for other players will seek out items where the profits actually go to help that's agreement and and there are you can just Google it online I know that there are certain books children's books that you can buy a where all the money goes to children's hospitals or Saint Jude's there are I know there is some jewelry I saw different types of bracelets that are hand all yeah right absolutely I've seen those yeah yeah and where all the money goes he's older and three times a kick yeah exactly so so these are gifts that not only if you have to buy gifts and and participate in the commercial aspect of Christmas make it count so there are ways to do that there's so many different ways I mean we could we could talk for hours about all the different ways to help others especially at this time of year but if you have to spend money to do it wisely and also think of those less fortunate I know you know we're all worried about you know what is my wife really want for Christmas this year I know DJ yeah you and I figuring out what our wives really want for Christmas sometimes it's tricky isn't yes very very that's why I said I really don't know that's the kiss of death right there that is the yeah I saw that is a lie your call your daughter well I get it yep yep I'm kinda in that mode right now where she says Hey I've got you a couple things already that you know like she knows me like the actor hand you know but I'm pretty yeah let's face it Tony were guys were pretty easy to take care of yourself I assume they are users and I like I like I like your legs he you know these are the eggs and and you buy me one of those I I'm a gun fanatic and I'm and I fanatic I love guns and knives and I love oh my god my brain just pride I love guns knives and all I know you like you like what you're watching things like you said it watch as guns knives and watch as well those are my out but so if you're if you're gay yeah yeah and you've got a new a new watch a new knife or whatever I'm I'm solid as a rock right before my wife oh no no no then work like that at all and it if you do go to Victoria's secret's I've learned forget it just buy a gift card because I am not even going to attempt to discover sizes and pretend I know her side his or or you know what looks good at no I've you know give me some underwear honey no I'm not getting any underwear that is not happening it's the I have just you know anyway yeah it's it's a it's a tough one at the you know with the kids a little easier because you kind of get a hint of what your kids are asking for they're given a chance you know they're dropping hints throughout the year but yeah S. tough yeah and you wives out and I found all well yeah it gives our testing you know there's this jade bracelet a jade elephant bracelet have you heard about those I have not but but you it's a UNICEF UNICEF has jury handmade by local artists using striking stones and precious metals to make them by hand and if you buy a single jade elephant bracelet will vaccinate nineteen children in developing countries Lee again against me you know it doesn't tell the public tell my list our listeners where do we go get the day do you like give me the exact website we would go to for that you're gonna go to UNICEF dot org UNICEF dot and yep and they have a they actually have a market the UNICEF market or Google UNICEF market and then there's a thing on jewelry and bracelets and it's called the jade beaded bracelets it's an elephant bracelet so the jade elephant bracelet by UNICEF if you just even Google J. L. of race race side will find it okay by UNICEF but you can start by going to UNICEF dot okay and and that that item all the proceeds from their entire shop help but that elephant bracelet is specifically eighteen people will nineteen kids give me will get vaccinated for me while that's huge okay well yeah and its hand it's hand made in Thailand will probably be probably beautiful I'll give it a look into the shell give it a look it was Jay I mean I know what I love jade that guy it was one of the things I become really attracted to recently I found a shop down in New Zealand called NZ Pacific dot com and I have your love with the this couple explode Syriana and they run this little shop out in South Island but man oh man did they have some wonderful pieces of jade I just fall in love with jade yeah you know Jane has a special meaning to so anyway lots of yeah that's nice TJ today we're talking about the the spirit of giving and how giving back is so important that's what makes keeps our society going and functioning and it's especially important this time of year because that's what Christmas and the season is all about and should be about actually we need to get it back to that but you made a great point it needs to be our attitude your rounds is to help others obviously there's arguments to be made we got to take care of our families you have to have time for yourself but you also need to give back and sometimes you can convert some of that time for yourself or family time together give back together the more you when you're in college where you give what it or what what about this next year may be some of us grab our families instead of making a Turkey dinner for ourselves for thanksgiving maybe we make that Turkey dinner and take it to a family less fortunate and what if just one of just a hundred of us did that to make another hundred families lives better for thanksgiving because they couldn't afford to buy that Turkey in the stuffing in the dressing in you know so what if instead you worry about Turkey dinner for you and your family which we all you know okay you could have your Turkey dinner on the next day on Friday right but maybe we locate and maybe we spend our time but we now and next thanksgiving finding a hundred families that I could sponsor through triple H. that we could take a Turkey dinner too and and and you guys throughout the next the nine months can go about nominating who you think would be a a worthy family to have a Turkey dinner given to then maybe we go that route right so that's a great great idea to take instead of you making the dinner for yourself big wheel up right eat why not give all that time and energy and and devote to helping someone else helping a hundred someone else's right and we had a big enough team we could do that we could certainly do that you know so yeah they may be a restauranteur too would kick in there were there others to help make that many turkeys right so you know just food for thought something to thank god I'm I'm really kinda let these ideas to around but I I love it I mean I love it I just think other so many ways we can give back there's there's unless we just have to focus on how to do it yeah exactly I think that's another great idea is to that's a great one meals on thank you have a kind of meals on wheels work for thanksgiving specifically have donated and then in the end you families out there that know of people that are really hurt and that they can't afford their own then then you know we we'll what we'll do something special for them and and we raise enough money if we raise enough money we can we can afford to do it for a hundred families and how cool would that be other families get that third Turkey dinner on on us I mean not on on someone other than themselves not stress yeah it just about that right exactly TJ and I think the whole show our point has banned it to get your ideas juices flowing and motivate folks out there I had to go out and do these things you know if you're listening to this I give TJ a call and volunteer to work with him on making this happen next thanksgiving and and if you have any other ideas of of areas of need in our community because really is that we're talking to people out there in the community we know there's people out there in need or there are needs that can be met yeah other the rest of us can pitch in and help out with so do you I think that's fantastic and it's not always about money he doesn't have to have this isn't about we need to raise ten million dollars no no no you know ten dollars here twenty dollars there but more importantly time right after that type of loan you know what Tony in in my in our business because you're you're you're with me I mean you're you're in the financial services business to you handle the radio part of it but you're the business but you know Tony there are several people that that I've come across coming to my workshops coming to my seminars over the year over this past year that had nobody okay in other words they I sit down with them they go I got a family and we're really will you can leave your money to well I haven't even thought about that I'm not sure of your government no you don't leave it to the government for god sakes right so who else could you leave it to well we'll stop for a minute you don't have to pass a way for us to make that decision but maybe some of you out there that are single and are doing well.
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"tucson" Discussed on Go West, Young Podcast
"This is the fourth fourth episode we have recorded on the road this summer and it is the one that i am. The most excited about because tucson is my hometown. We we are here at american eat company on south fourth avenue. It is an awesome all local food hall. We hope you've found some snacks found veer. We have three fabulous guests here today who we will get to in just a minute but first. We're going to start with news a couple months ago on this podcast. I we didn't episode about the rosemont copper mine that a mining company is proposing to build in the santa rita mountains southeast of here that mine mine is now on hold. The army corps of engineers last week pulled the permit issued for the mind back in march that comes after a federal federal judge issued a blockbuster ruling that overturned the forest service's decision the had approved the mine and tossed the final environmental impact report the ruling that blocked the mine could have huge impacts across the country. It's hinged on an interpretation of the eighteen seventy two mining law which still governs hardrock mining in the u._s. Nearly one hundred fifty years later this gets a little technical but bear with me the the mining company wanted to to dump its waste from the mine on twenty five hundred acres of public land in the santa rita's but the judge said that in order to do that the mind hud edberg minerals would have had to show that the waste site contained valuable mineral deposits. If there aren't valuable minerals there you can't stake a claim to the land under the mining law according to this ruling and that will put mining companies in a bind because if you are dumping mine tailing somewhere you're certainly not going to extract extract minerals there so hood bay minerals which owns the mine had planned to start construction work this month that is now not happening while the project is tied up in court a ruling like this could take years to play out. Maybe twenty four months before the ninth circuit would rule on an appeal and then it's very possible a case like this this could go all the way to the supreme court and so all of this could increase pressure on congress to finally address the eighteen seventy two mining law so we are definitely. I'm going to talk about that here. In a minute with with chairman raul grijalva one other piece of news here in southern arizona heavy equipment is rolling being through organ pipe cactus national monument right now installing a two mile stretch of president trump's border wall that is all going on despite congress refusing using to appropriate funds for the wall also despite a lawsuit against it filed by the center for biological diversity here in tucson it appears the department of homeland security broke a promise to a judge they had said they were only going to replace sections of existing fencing not install new walls so organ pipe is one of the most stunning natural areas around here. There's a sister biological refuge on the mexican side of the border as well and so if the wall gets gets built it would effectively cut off those two areas blocking pronghorns bighorn sheep desert tortoises from crossing what had been a combined protected acted area in both countries and those stories lay the backdrop for our conversation today so please welcome our guests we have the chairman airman of the house natural resources committee representing arizona's third congressional district large stretches of the border here congressman role grovel welcome to the podcast. Thank you very much much appreciate the invitation. We have the founder and c._e._o. Of outdoor gear and media company natives outdoors. He's also a member of the navajo nation and an assistant professor besser at the university of arizona. Lend neces- for welcome sake to be here and we have the c._e._o. Of the sonoran institute which is headquartered here in tucson stephanie he sklar stephanie has also been previously with the national wildlife federation. The arizona league of conservation voters the institute for the environment at the university of arizona stephanie. Welcome and thank you thank you. I'm very excited to be here so before we dive into all of this policy stuff i want to ask ask each of you what makes tucson and the sonoran desert so special to you congressman. That's that's actually a difficult question and and <hes> as i as i think about it it will it's to me. It's heritage. I mean this is <hes>. This is where i was born. Grown up might families here and saw and and the the sonoran desert <hes> is a a unique <hes> the area's biodiversity is unique and important and an intertwined with all of that is a is a variety of species that many are only found here we have beautiful skylines that <hes> the that need that we are going to pursue connecting as a monument concept this year but beyond that i think into wind and all that is is is this is the history of of this area the the the mixture the very rich mixture of cultures peoples and and and i think because it's the borderlands much of this <hes> has for the last unfortunately decade plus maybe to to has has been under under the gun in terms of the intrusion into to this borderland the protection and conservation genetic that was established many many years ago has has been under threat and so the struggle has been into maintain what we have with the with not too much regard to what we have to be able to do in the future. It's been a it's been a struggle to keep what we have and not lose the resources that we have here and we're in the middle of those issues you mentioned rosemont on you. Mentioned eighteen seventy two minute law all those at part of parcel and what what is unique part of it is the role that <hes> <hes> that indigenous nations are playing this region in terms of not only the the history essence of the of the place but also in in terms of conservation and preservation the leading role what major league against that <hes> rosemont decision that judge soto made were were were the tone of automation yawkey nation and hopi nation talking about secret sites and talking about the cultural historic heritage was being jeopardized by by the trashy that the company wanted to put public land stephanie. What makes excuse specialty you so unlike congressman gra halava. I chose to move here after many years on the east coast list and before here many years in washington d._c. <hes> while i was in washington i was lucky enough to be working on grazing reform in the inter mountain west west and fell in love and so i moved here for love not for person but for landscape and tucson was a an extremely livable option none of all the places in the west that we could come. I loved being able to be literally out my front door and be nature and be able to hike in be outdoors ores and as the congressman was saying the intersection of culture conservation commerce and community is what really resonates with me and that's really part of the core values of the sonoran institute one of the areas that we spend a lot of our time working on our by national rivers. There's rivers don't know that they are supposed to be part of one country or another and so many of our very threatened rivers in the southwest are not only challenged by the fact that they're not wet all the time but also by the fact that they cross borders and here in tucson well in in southern arizona the santa cruz river which is the river river. The sonoran institute has been working on for decades is really <hes> believed to be the oldest continuously inhabited river in north america because they can trace agriculture back to this river for over twelve thousand years and so we think it's critically important that as we effluent dependent river so effluent in its infancy was it was great. You could use water for nature but effluent lewitt now there are lots of straws in the river and so we think it's really important in these effluent dependent rivers and the work we do in the colorado river on the mexico side is also effluent independent that we preserve that water for nature and so i'm here to make sure that we do those kinds of things and lend. You're a relative newcomer to changed area. Yeah i've been here since last august so it's been a little bit of an adjustment with the heat but you know one of the things that really drew me here was has the connection in proximity to mexico <hes> the amount of diversity of indigenous nations in mexico and here in the united states and the connection there is something that has always fascinated me i come from the navajo nation and so we do trae some of our history and lineage through the pueblo and people which is one of my clans and where i come from from and you know thinking about that heritage in history. That's embodied in these landscapes. It's always been this place of <hes> <hes> you know i kind of always always reflected on when i was incredibly hot and it was one hundred and fourteen i was like well my i'm sure some of my ancestors dealt with this before but one of the things that has really kept me here and his inspired me is just how vertically places people describe a desert as sort of being absent of life or somehow devoid of life and i've just found that it's completely we'd be opposite here. <hes> in my work at the university of arizona and in my personal company i do work in <hes> with professional athletes and and also doing adventure storytelling using the landscape as a way to convey these <hes> millennials along stories of indigenous people <hes> using the vehicle of outdoor into a recreation and so <hes> one of the projects i was really privileged to work on was bringing a couple of patagonia athletes to come run <hes> near the rosemont rosemont mine area and then educate them about the impacts that this mine would have on indigenous communities to talking about mining issues in and around coachie strongholds which which is a if some of you may know that <hes> the tucson area in southern arizona is a world-class climbing region in the world people come from europe and asia to come climate places like coaches and the significance for me and where i see that line that kind of draws me into this places how much it is like when i go out and climb it's like pulling a book off the shelf and reading a part of that history and being a part of it and more importantly writing that next chapter is i really we see that value of being here congressman. Let's stick on <hes> on rosemont for a moment your your role as chairman exercising oversight of america's public lands including <hes> the interior department as we've seen <hes> all sorts of the issues develop over the last year including the veneto development. That's proposed near benson relocating leading the bureau of land management headquarters rosemont as more of a forest service.
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