40 Burst results for "Week"

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:46 min | 20 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"As the Paris Saint-Germain star will be a free transfer. Marsa has turned around its finances after selling off media rights and have raised their La Liga spending cap from minus a €144 million to over 600 million. The 35 year old was forced to leave the Catalan capital last summer after the club was not able to afford to keep the 7 time bond or winner. Golf week is reporting that the liftoff series is finalizing a deal with Fox Sports to buy airtime to carry its tournaments on FS1. So far, the first 5 live events have been broadcast on YouTube and the tour's own website. Sources say that Liv will be responsible for the production and ad sales of the tournaments. In NFL news the New York Jets have cleared quarterback Zach Wilson to play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The second year pro tours meniscus and suffered a bone bruise in the first preseason game this season. Meanwhile, four time Pro Bowl pass rusher Joey Bosa, the Los Angeles chargers, has been placed on injured reserve after suffering a groin tear in Sunday's loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that will require surgery. Finally for the 8th consecutive year, Forbes magazine ranking Los Angeles Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, the richest owner of professional sports, the net worth of $83 billion. Rounding out the top three are new Denver Broncos owner rob Walton at 56.7 billion with Carolina Panthers owner Dave tupper at number three on the schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports out there. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app and at Bloomberg quick take. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Hi everybody, Brian Curtis, and

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Is the Family the New Enemy?

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:22 min | 4 hrs ago

Is the Family the New Enemy?

"Why is the family the enemy, she's asking. Why is every identity an enemy? When I used George Soros, one of the most vile people alive. As an example of a man with no identity, he has no national identity and he has no religious identity, and he hates those with a national identity and those with a religious identity. The destruction of identity is one of the major goals of the left. You are black or white. But you are not American. That's retrograde that's regressive in any way. It's filled with evil. They similarly crap on Christianity. And therefore, the most loathe those with a strong American identity, people they call maga Republicans and those with a Christian identity, those they call Christian nationalists. The New York Times averages one attack a week. Christian nationalists. I haven't met one. My work with Christians have for decades, I don't know where they're hiding.

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Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:31 sec | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

"By around about 4.2%. We've got that really just a hurting those bears out there. They've been seeking cover from the Federal Reserve's route over the past week or induced rad I should say over the past week, short positions in the treasury market were called out. We saw the ten year yield plunging by more than 20 basis points. Looking also at what we had with the commodities complex, as I mentioned, oil on the way up, but gold and copper also spiked by more than 2% and that did really ultimately put paid to some of those bets out there, the dollar strength would keep a lid on commodity gains. And talking of the dollar, it fell at least Bloomberg dollar indexed it by about 1%. All right, well that is a look at the markets. I can move now to the Bloomberg newsroom and join Denise Pellegrini for the latest world news headlines. Thank you, Rashad. Hurricane Ian

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New Zealand Prime Minister Celebrates the Act of Censorship

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 4 hrs ago

New Zealand Prime Minister Celebrates the Act of Censorship

"The left is committed to censoring I want you to listen to the speech given at the UN by Jacinda Ardern the prime minister in New Zealand And I want you to notice the war analogy She gives it the end of this when talking about how she is so eager to censor information online and listen to how she sent it in such a cutesy nice way How she's the one protecting democracy by engaging in anti democratic communist vile type is a behavior like censorship Check this out This week we launched an initiative alongside companies and nonprofits to help improve research and understanding of how a patient's online experiences are curated by automated processes This will also be important in understanding more about disinformation online A challenge that we must as leaders address Sadly I think it's easy to dismiss this problem as one in the margins I can certainly understand the desire to leave it to someone else As leaders we're rightly consumed that even the most light touch approaches to disinformation could be misinterpreted as being hostile to values of free speech that we value so highly but while I can not tell you today what the answer is to this challenge I can say with complete certainty that we can not ignore it To do so poses an equal threat to the norms we all value After all how do you successfully end a war If people are led to believe the reason for its existence is not only legal but noble How do you tackle climate change if people do not believe it exists Notice the war analogy she uses The language is deliberate It's not by accident folks

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Fresh update on "week" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:35 min | 52 min ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"Let's start with the nationals. They're about to host the braves here at the top of the hour, and I mean host in the most hospitable way possible as it land has made nads park a home away from home with 16 wins in their last 17 games here. Make it a little uncomfortable for the defending champ, Dave Martinez. Look at some of our games this year with them. We played really well against them. We just hadn't hadn't finished the game's late late game, so that's the reason why they're already headed to the playoffs again, right? No, you're not wrong. You'll say a grade looks to turn the tide when he takes the 7 O 5 first pitch, the Orioles split two wild high scoring games in Boston to start that series. They need a win over the Red Sox tonight. Time running out on their ability to make up a three and a half game deficit in the wild card race. It's Dallas week and in anticipation of the Washington commander's debut and they're all black uniforms. They wore the black helmets at practice today. And among them not wearing helmets, the offensive line in the most part. Starting lineman Charles Leno Wes Schweitzer, they were sidelined while Sam caused me highlighted the list of 7 players that were limited participants. And one of the most intriguing games of week four is Jaguars coach Doug Peterson's return to Philadelphia to face the team he led to its only Super Bowl title 5 years ago. Now, he and quarterback Nick Foles have a statue commemorating that epic run, but oddly enough, Peterson says personally I've never seen it in person

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Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 4 hrs ago

Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

"I've written a couple of books myself I Jim have I told you this I'm going to write another one I know I told you I did I not tell you I was never good at I did right I just said that I had an idea and I can't get it out of my head so I'm going to write another one I'll tell you about it But Joe be prepared You are again you're not a died in the wool liberal who genuflects at the altar of Joe Biden and Barack Obama You know your book's gonna be attacked right No matter how good the sales are I could have listeners go out right now and you should buy two and 3000 copies of the book right now on the phone You know The New York Times no matter what happens even if they decide to put you on the list there's gonna be an asterisk next to it and it's gonna say something like bulk sales bulk this is what they do You're anticipating this You understand this right No matter how good it sells they are gonna attack you Oh I embraced The New York Times doing that That's fine guys Go ahead Keep me off your New York Times Best Seller list All I go by is Amazon Because Amazon I used to be a sports columnist It's quite simple When you're doing baseball scores it's who scored more runs That's it So who's selling more books Yeah And if you want to tell me there's some sort of methodology that The New York Times uses No there is no methodology It's who sold the most books and then who should go on this list And if they keep me off of it believe me That's the first column that I'm writing about And I'll run to Fox News and your show tomorrow and we'll talk about hey I don't get it Joe is at number one or number three in terms of most books sold in the week but then The New York Times kept him off for some reason or put an asterisk next to it with no explanation behind it Go ahead guys This is why The New York Times has an endorsed a Republican presidential candidate since 1956 We're talking Ike Dwight D. Eisenhower and The Washington Post has never endorsed a Republican presidential candidate gee I wonder why that is Yet they're seen as the pillars of journalism and objectivity Well you think they would maybe endorse I don't know Reagan over mondale or Georgia Where we are at this point It's not journalism Dan it's activism And we all know it Yeah

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Fresh update on "week" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

00:28 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Podcast. What's up, fine, bombers? Welcome in. This is the out of pocket set, Roman Harper, filling in for the day of the Lang here with you. You're on Twitter. You're on the social media machines. I am. I don't always respond, but yet. Roman sensed tweets and then just. LeBron James. That's what I need to be doing. Sent this tweet the other day. Do I have college eligibility if I went to play another sport of besides basketball? How does that rule work? I can only assume that LeBron in the middle of college football season Roman is sitting here going I might have probably made it pretty good edge rusher. I probably could have played. Yeah. Until he gets cut or then they put them paws on it. Then he'd be like, I don't know if I like. I think he doesn't think he could swing it? No, he's definitely going to play often. Man. And transport testing. Well, that inspired this week's a

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Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 4 hrs ago

Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

"We're talking about when you include gotta ways not just the people that were encountering and then we're counting but all the people that were not We are approaching now the entire population of frigging Ireland 5 million people coming into this country in the first two years It goes through those three and then education I got a first and a third grader I'm all for parents rights not for teachers unions dictating that my kid in first grade and I have a first and a third grader First graders being taught about gender identification sexual orientation I don't hear the president saying one thing about that So I go down the list and I can't find anything that this president has done right and trust me I'm an objective guy I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 when I was a young man because the economy was good and he liked to balance budget and he said that you're a big government's over All right good enough for me That doll guy looks old I'll vote for Bill Clinton So I can be objective But here in looking at it through sober eyes and lucid eyes I don't see it By the way you bought up Maggie haberman before And this is interesting This is the start of the year because this goes back to our media conversation Over the next 5 weeks there are 15 books coming out about the president The problem is that president is Trump That is what they're focusing on And you're talking to the one guy who wrote about Joe Biden in the past 9 months as far as having resembling a major name That's the thing 15 to one not one person can analyze and write about this president scrutinize the current guy in power No of course they can't do that They serve at the pleasure of the Democratic Party

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Fresh update on "week" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:44 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "week" discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

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School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 8 hrs ago

School athletic trainer charged with sex assault of 10 girls

"A Los Angeles athletic trainer who worked at two high schools has been charged with multiple sexual assaults prosecutors alleged that 64 year old Richard Turner raped or inappropriately touched at least ten girls while working as a trainer at van nuys high school and Birmingham community charter high school both part of the Los Angeles unified school district The alleged victims are student athletes between the ages of 15 and 17 Girls who sought treatment for sports injuries between 2017 and this year Turner faces 18 felony counts and is jailed pending in October arraignment Police captain Jeff bratcher tells the Los Angeles Times Turner's arrest came last week one day after a Birmingham student accused him of touching her inappropriately 9 other students then came forward alleging attacks both on and off campus Police say another student reported Turner in 2017 to the DA's office declined to file charges at that time for lack of evidence at a news conference Los Angeles district attorney George gascon said school is a place where our children should feel safe I'm Jennifer King

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 N Korea test launches missile on eve of Harris trip to Seoul

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 12 hrs ago

N Korea test launches missile on eve of Harris trip to Seoul

"North Korea has test launched a missile on the eve of vice president Kamala Harris trip to Seoul South Korea The south's joint chiefs of staff says it detected the north's missile launch but has given no further details such as when and where the weapon was fired and how far it traveled The launch is the second by point Yang this week the nation's dialed up its testing activities to a record pace in 2022 testing more than 30 ballistic weapons including its first intercontinental ballistic missiles since 2017 Kamala Harris is arriving in South Korea on Thursday for talks with president yeun

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Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:45 min | 13 hrs ago

Is Selma Blair Unfairly Profiting Off Her MS?

"You see Dancing with the Stars. Oh my God. So sour Michelle gallard. Started crying because she watched Selma Blair's very energetic performance on Dancing with the Stars the other night, cameras caught her crying in the audience getting very emotional, we all know that Selma was diagnosed with MS back in 2018 and she wound the crowd to the goddamn cartwheel into a split during the jailhouse rock, excuse me. You have an S you can do a cartwheel into a split, now something something's wrong here. Something's off. You know, I know, I know soma. I consider a friend we've talked many times, et cetera. I haven't talked through it a while, but I was talking to the wall she was suffering this and I thought she was very brave to go through it that actually went through it. But this is getting ridiculous now. You know, Sarah Michelle galar is like, oh, I'm so happy for her. She kept a smile on her face the whole time. You know, to do this 25 years after we worked in a movie, it's just amazing. I can't believe how brave she is. Okay. And someone admitted that the rehearsals were extra hard on her this week. That's a challenging, you know? I've got my muscles have to rely on muscle memory now and my body can shift at any moment because of the MS and she was nervous about nailing the fast paced movements of the dance, but guys, I'm sorry, you know what? I said this from day one from day one I said she's not going to get to the end. She's going to get into the middle of the season and then they're going to go, you were great. You showed everybody that MS can be something you can defeat if you just have the right attitude and you just have the right thing. It's horseshit. Selma Blair is not being completely upfront and honest. I know she adds stem cell treatment. She had that docu drama, whatever it was, a year or two ago in which she talked about it. this is not really fair. She's getting treatment that other people with MS can't afford and she's, you know, kind of profiting from it. I've seen MS up close. You don't go from a cartwheel to a split if you've got multiple sclerosis for God's sake.

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Ukraine's president: No talks with Putin if its land annexed

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 21 hrs ago

Ukraine's president: No talks with Putin if its land annexed

"The United Nations Security Council holds an emergency meeting following Russia's announcement of the results of its referenda held in parts of Ukraine under its control In a video address to members of the UN Security Council Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky called for global sanctions on Russia for sham referendums and attempts to annex parts of his country After the meeting U.S. ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas Greenfield announced a joint resolution with Albania condemning the votes and demanding Russia withdraw its troops from Ukraine She also warned Vladimir Putin's government Let me be clear if Russia uses its veto to shield itself from accountability we will then look to the UN General Assembly to send an unmistakable message to Moscow The resolution could be before the Security Council later this week or early next I'm Tim McGuire

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Job Creators Network's Alfredo Ortiz Describes His New Business Plan

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:08 min | 23 hrs ago

Job Creators Network's Alfredo Ortiz Describes His New Business Plan

"Us right now is Alfredo Ortiz, who is the mastermind and the driving force behind job creators network. Alfredo, welcome to the program. Hey, Charlie. Great to see you. Excited to be on the program. First time. Yeah, thank you. So Alfredo, tell us about your new plan. The American small business prosperity plan. Yeah, absolutely, Charlie. Well, your intro was right on though. I mean, small businesses in this country are the heartbeat of our communities or the heartbeat of our country. And without small businesses, we have no country. I mean, when you think about 30 million small business owners out there complain about 60 million people. So you're talking to pool about 90 million hardworking Americans that are really dependent on the success or failure of small business. And frankly, you know, this administration has done absolutely nothing to try to help them. In fact, has done everything possible to try to hurt them. We actually call it the war on small business Charlie, because that's exactly what they did from day one. And in terms of if you look at what the policies of the Biden administration have done in terms of inflation, you know, we're now in the middle of a recession. You've got the labor force issues, supply chain issues. Everything has been hurting our small businesses and really there's no relief in sight coming from this administration. And that's why I try to put together this 8 point plan working with Newt Gingrich on its release last week. And so we're really excited about the support that we've gotten. I'm going to just list out the quick 8 points because we try to keep it as simple as we could, Charlie. So that folks could actually focus and understand what we're trying to do. The first one, though, the most important one is really to make the tax cuts permanent from the tax and jobs act, especially when it comes to the small business provisions that were included in there. The second one is to really launch and unleash domestic energy production again. Charlie, you and I have both been talking about this since day one administration, but every single thing that's bad right now, we can trace all the way back to that fateful day. The first day of this administration, when he launched basically his attack on domestic energy production, and all the inflation, supply chain issues, everything we're seeing really comes back to that day. So

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Joe Biden Avoids Contact With Gov. DeSantis, Only FEMA Director

Mark Levin

00:54 sec | 1 d ago

Joe Biden Avoids Contact With Gov. DeSantis, Only FEMA Director

"Now with Florida under threat from hurricane Ian the director fema has spoken with Florida governor Ron DeSantis But confirm that Joe Biden has not Even though Biden has spoken of two democratic mayors as well as a Republican mayor who started appearances with Charlie Crist desantis democratic opponent Biden was planning to do an event of his own this week to help Chris campaign as Business Insider notes The silence is unusual Presidents and governors typically hold a phone call at a time of natural disasters So presidents can offer federal support and bipartisanship And Biden last year was willing to meet with desantis following the surfside building collapse so this makes Biden look petty and small Then again perhaps this is really just an implicit concession that Biden is in up to the call or is incapable of being of assistance

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Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:06 min | 1 d ago

Why Breitbart's Matt Boyle Enjoys Longform Journalism

"Can I get a little bit technical to talk about you for a second? Because you are one of the rare breed you're young, you're not one of them. I'm getting up there though. It turned 35. But you brought, you still dedicate a lot of your journalistic work to something that is basically dead in journalism, which is long form pieces. You will take it issue, whatever it is, and you will dive into it for weeks or months, and then you'll drop a 1002 1003 thousand word ps, why I love it, I think that's what real journalism has to include. Does that drive you? Why do you do that? Why does Alex Marlow the editor in chief of breitbart give you that room for maneuver? Because you are an oddity in a good way that you really get down into the nitty Gritty of these issues. Why do you do that, mat boy? Well, look, I also subscribe to the fact that because I host a radio show on Saturday mornings. I do video stuff out there as well. So I've done some deeper long form videos over the last couple of years where we did some things with governor gnome and Kevin McCarthy and senator Blackburn, among others. But the written word, in my opinion, is still the most powerful thing. I mean, if you put it, I still think that people read for information. I do. I get it that people are out there like all watching these tiktoks and social media videos and 32nd videos. But I still think there's a huge number of people out there who are looking for easy to digest readable information. That's frankly where I get most of my information from is reading. So I read a lot very quickly. I read a lot of articles all across the news. So if you see it in the president Trump, I've probably read it. He always wants stuff printed out and he wants to read it. Well, I read it on my phone or on my computer on my iPad, but yes, or I'll read it print it out too sometimes. But yes, but I like to read it. And I think that and I can digest it very quickly. And I think that a lot of people out there are like that too. They want to read information. And also, it's permanent, right?

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How Ted Cruz Caved on a Bill That Is Strengthening 'Big Tech'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:43 min | 1 d ago

How Ted Cruz Caved on a Bill That Is Strengthening 'Big Tech'

"About a moment last week when your blood did get a little bit heated. Talk to us about certain legislation concerning social media and what senator Cruz did last week and why it's so dangerous. Right. So there's a proposal that Amy Klobuchar, Democrat who ran for president and fully intends to run for president again. Senator from Minnesota has been pushing. It's called the journalism competition and preservation act. Now, what it would do is it would create an antitrust exemption to allow media companies to band together to collectively bargain so that they can group together and force big tech Facebook and Google to pay for the content that they carry on their platforms. Now that sounds good, except here's the problem. There are no provisions in the legislation, something that would be called a favored nations clause that would make it such that the deal that is the best deal negotiated between a group of media companies would apply to everybody. Reading smaller companies and conservative media, et cetera. So what I'm getting at here is that the way that this would work out is that the biggest establishment media outlets, the big city newspapers that I was talking about before, like the Miami Herald the Dallas morning news, et cetera, they'd all get together and make their own little deal with Facebook and Google. Outside the law because again, it would create an antitrust exemption, which by the way, every time we see an antitrust exemption, Major League Baseball is a really good example of this. It never works out so well. But they would make their own deal and it would exclude the rest of us from it. Senator Cruz, this bill was dead. It was dead multiple times over the course of the last year and a half and it's one of the few things over the Democrats proposed that the Democrats have proposed this Congress that we've been able to crush. Senator Cruz revived it in

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LGBTQ-friendly church OK with getting Southern Baptist boot

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 1 d ago

LGBTQ-friendly church OK with getting Southern Baptist boot

"The pastor of an LGBTQ friendly church in Greensboro in North Carolina that was removed from the Southern Baptist convention's roles last week says it was a good thing The SBC cited the college park church's open affirmation approval and endorsement of homosexual behavior when it decided to take the church off its enrollment list That came after the congregation itself voted to leave the SBC 23 years ago But the denomination kept them on its roles Church members were surprised that the SBC hadn't removed them from its roster years ago The lead pastor said the recent action gave them an opportunity to say they're not that kind of baptist I'm Walter ratliff

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Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

00:58 sec | 1 d ago

Antwane Bohanon: Potential Learning Center in Millington

"You guys at in the process of getting this implemented? Because I think we need this here in the Memphis area and I suspect a lot of other communities might want to look at something like this as well, but where are we here in Memphis? Currently we just had a public hearing with the state Department of Education. That was on the 22nd of last week. So now we have to wait until October the 18th for the final approval. But the funny thing happened. So, the city of millington approached us, certain ones in the city of militant approached us and said, hey, we would like to entertain a conversation about bringing your facility up here. So we're in talks with that. Unique thing about that is if we build from the ground up, like we've been discussing with millington, we can actually build a facility to service 1800 kids. Wow. Which means we will be the largest military charter academy and North America, and we need a school lady way since blue oval city is coming.

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Caller: The Importance of Preparedness

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:52 min | 1 d ago

Caller: The Importance of Preparedness

"I come from someplace where you can not prepared for the disaster. That you were there just last week. Lancaster, California. I was raised in I lived in Lancaster and raised all in Southern California. I was there for the big winter, the earthquake, northridge, but I've been on them. Those who can't prepare for, you can prepare and hope that you are prepared, whereas something like this, like today, I know we're not going to get hit all that bad maybe. We might get some pretty good rate, but at the same time, I'm going out and check by generator and make sure it has fuel. I'm going to check my backup fuel. I'm also going to check the fuel and all my vehicles. I'm also going to put some items down in the basement. That if we have to evacuate to the basement that we have water, we have some munchies and things like that. This is something that is just, it's been green because yeah, are they going to be right? Maybe. Are they going to be wrong? Who knows? I would rather much rather be prepared than caught. Randy years ago, there was a hurricane or tropical storm about to plow and die. I think it was Galveston or Corpus Christi, Texas. And we were doing live anchored coverage. I was on the anchor desk. This was back at Fox News. And we actually had some guy call in, and they had evacuated everybody, but this guy decided to stay put and he refused to even let his family evacuate so the guys calling from the attic of his house and he was asking what to do and I'm like, buddy, you know, you need to be calling 9-1-1, not Fox News channel. And the reality he said he called 9-1-1 and they said nobody could come and get him. And I'm like, well, hold on, let me see what pillow rielly's up to. We'll sit down the chopper for you. I mean, what a moron. You know, to your point, you gotta, if they're telling you to evacuate, look evacuate. Go ahead and take a day or two and better safe than sorry.

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Senate moves to advance bill to prevent government shutdown

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Senate moves to advance bill to prevent government shutdown

"Lawmakers are working on a spending bill to keep the lights on and avoid a federal stoppage Democrats have unveiled a new stop gap spending measure meant to lend over $12 billion in support to Ukraine while preventing a partial government shutdown at the end of this week both houses must approve some sort of funding legislation by Friday and lawmakers are eager to wrap it up so they can hit the campaign trail out of November elections The bill includes $2 billion in disaster relief block grants 2.5 billion to help New Mexico recover from the largest wildfire in state history and $20 million for water and waste treatment improvements for Jackson Mississippi senator Joe Manchin of West Virginia extracted legislation to streamline the permitting process for energy projects and pipelines something that was getting mixed reviews from Republican leaders Republicans also rejected funding The White House was calling for to fight COVID-19 and

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Jan. 6 sedition trial underway for Oath Keepers leader

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Jan. 6 sedition trial underway for Oath Keepers leader

"One of the most serious cases to emerge from the capitol riot is now in a Washington courtroom Not far from the capital itself it's the biggest test yet for the Justice Department's massive January 6th prosecutions Jury selection has started in the trial of oath keepers founder Stewart Rhodes and four associates whom authorities accuse of a week's long plot to violently stop the presidential power transfer Their charged with seditious conspiracy a rare Civil War era offense that can be hard to prove The last guilty trial verdict was nearly 30 years ago three oath keepers have pleaded guilty to the charge and are likely to testify against roads Sagar Meghani Washington

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Are Polls Light on Republican Numbers Vs a Beleaguered White House?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:20 min | 1 d ago

Are Polls Light on Republican Numbers Vs a Beleaguered White House?

"You just some headlines why I think The White House is believed. Remember voting has begun America in Minnesota and Virginia. I believe a few other places Dow industrials fall into bear market. Blue chip index declines 330 points at 5th straight day down, CBI, White House plan to relieve student loan debt costs 400 billion. That is a Washington Post. It's repeated in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal 400 billion, 400 billion, 400 billion. So inflation, they're just throwing 400 billion onto the fire. You know, David, I understand that the average of the polls appealed to some. But they had a Trafalgar without last night saying they still, we still pulling still did not get the Trump voter. They do not get rural Americans. They don't participate. I think these numbers are low for Republican turnout. And if I'm right, just indulge me. What's that mean if the pollsters are undercutting Republicans at this point? Well, look, the pollsters are under county Republicans, obviously, it's going to be a very good day versus just a good day for Republicans, right? I mean, if they're undercounting Republicans, then we could still be in a massive wage scenario. What I would caution about the undercounting of Republicans, which has been a thing in 2016 and in some polls in 2020, is this the 2018 midterm election polling was pretty darn good and pretty accurate. It showed us Republicans we're going to gain a couple of Senate seats on net, but also lose a couple of Senate seats. It showed us the Democrats were going to gain about 40 or so House seats and they did. And so some of this is a Trump phenomenon thing when Trump is on the ballot. But even in 20 with some massive polling misfires, it still showed us accurately that Arizona and Georgia were competitive competitive in a way they had not been previously. And even when you look at the 2016 polling, the underlying polling for House races in that cycle was all correct, which is why some people were able to understand that there was a good possibility Trump was going to win even when a lot of people didn't think he wouldn't. So sometimes they were pulling misfires that's something to consider. I think sometimes people lean on that too much when trying to game out. In other words, predict what's going to happen several weeks from now.

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03:35 min | 1 year ago

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"Issues center is sponsored in part by pioneer the minnesota soybean research and promotion council egg week and add country farm credit services with a look at weather this week in agriculture. I'm megan overby. On the red rover farm network morning fog gave away friday leading to sunshine highs in the seventies checking the north dakota agricultural weather network galesburg in north dakota's trail county had the most rain from the system late this past week with three point eight two inches fargo head. Two point two five inches in may ville two point. Eleven or ada minnesota. There's one point four two inches in that rain gauge other rainfall totals also included deny at one point one grand forks at just under an inch roseau and warren both at seven tenths jamestown forty six hundred s. Rugby 2600 langdon to ten saying grafton. At just a tenth of an inch. And as i mentioned the weather will be a little warmer and drier this weekend. Grand forks space national weather service meteorologist. Jacob spender says. There is a ridge building in the southwestern united states. So usually when. I say that we always think. Oh the heat's coming. It's not really coming this time. We really start to transition that fall kind of pattern so temperatures will get as warm. But we'll still get into the low to mid seventies across the majority of the area with some pockets of upper sixties and the upper portions of the valley towards the international border. However there will be a slight chance of some showers potentially friday as well as on labor day. And that's the lead. Based on the fact of shortwave coming down from north west canada and now kind of clip the area the best chance for those kind of showers will be towards the international border. This september and october weather forecasts for major crop. Production areas in. Canada is expected to say warm and dry. Placement of the jet stream is forcing cool. Air to remain at higher latitudes and warm dry air to remain stationary across the canadian prairies. Accuweather meteorologist brett anderson says. The good news is this shoot. Allow farmers plenty of time to get crops harvested this fall. It looks like the jet stream is going to be more directed. The northern alberta much of the winds coming down off the mountain dry and warm keeps the chillier air up across the yukon northern bc. We're looking at a warm and dry. September october for much of the prairie region. So i'm not expecting much rainfall. Relief in those areas through. October still looks very dry. Drought conditions in the northern plains are likely to carry over into twenty twenty two. The latest crop progress report from usda has topsoil moisture rated at forty eight percent short very short in minnesota sixty three percent short very short in north dakota and seventy four percent short to very short in south dakota and usda made west climate hub at director dennis totti says the moisture from recent rains are a step in the right direction but there will be places that don't get as much soil recovery. We're not gonna fix this overnight. One rains or to rains just doesn't fix it. We're going need. Several reigns over a period of time. It's going to be able to to improve these conditions so You know that's what we're kind of trying to address with people and get people thinking about and.

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02:40 min | 1 year ago

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02:05 min | 1 year ago

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"Ruxton minnesota farmer. Tim do says more moisture would be welcome. We had one hundred seven inch yesterday with the two shots that came across but Really that's the first rain since july fourth and july fourth when we hit about three hundred so the month of july has been extremely dry. I'm about at three point eight inches for the whole season Yeah it's just been a really tough hot dry summer she. Hfs services sales across grant wanna rovic out of the warren area thinks the smoke from the canadian. Fires has helped the crop. Stay off of the heat stress really enough. i think it's a blessing Could be ninety five right now to one hundred and sitting in the mid seventies low eighties with high humidity. Hopefully that humidity will bring in some rain showers. And keep this crop. Moving along overall things are holding in decent. You know there's tough areas But the crop looks better than expected. And if we can get fortunate and catch some rainier here. I think we're still still on her way to a decent crop for the first six months of the year. The precipitation levels have been well below average in spring wheat growing areas temps also warmer than average spring week. Crop condition ratings right now at the lowest since nineteen eighty eight. Basf solutions adviser matt smith so some of the early planet canola has seen uneven emergence while the later planted crop is starting to see heat stress. Yeah what i would look for is is a lot of guys with the dry conditions early. We seated pretty deep and so we've got some fields that have some uneven stands and it's definitely an issue i see going forward this in relation to the the the conditions early to What we're going to experience it harvest. I'm don wick this week in weather. This is a wakeup call for you. And your fields microbiome from source by sound. Agriculture source is a revolutionary chemistry approach but doesn't rely on bulk nutrients or finicky biologicals to wake up your soil.

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04:35 min | 1 year ago

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"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. Usda project a new crop corn ending stocks at one point four. Three billion bushels. That's up from one point. Three five billion in the june supply demand report corn ending stocks. Number is in line with trade guesses. New crop soybean ending stocks in the us are estimated at one hundred fifty five million bushels also unchanged from the june was d- report. We owning stocks in the us expected to be six hundred sixty five million bushels down from seven hundred seventy million last month also below trade expectations world corn ending stocks are more than two hundred ninety one million tonnes slightly higher than the june estimate world. We'd ending stocks are at two hundred ninety. One million lower than the june supply demand estimate. Agresource company market analysts. Ben buckner said the july was d- report was the catalyst for the grain markets as the week began really only noteworthy changes to the us week balance center and mostly on spring wheat. Which the cut presidentially so you. Wesley productions down over one hundred million bushels of that was all these spring wheat. But now we're this pass where we're running out of wheat entirely in the next couple of years. If we don't buy acres it'd be market. Has all of a sudden you know. Very quickly joined corn soybeans on this bull trend stone axe group chief commodities economist ireland sugerman was watching for two numbers from the wadi report including the spring wheat production estimate now. Usda has germ and then they throw all other spring. We back into one category. And for that i had three hundred fifty eight million bushels. That was the lowest of the trade guesses and it was one hundred million bushels below the average trade guests. So i was really sticking out there on a limb with that low production estimate and us came in thirteen million below me So i wasn't surprised by the number. The trade was surprised by the number. And i think that shows just how bad things are in the northern plains. Sugerman was also watching. For brazil's corn production estimate with usda projecting that and ninety three million metric tons and exports at twenty eight million metric tonnes usda also forecasting spring wheat production at three hundred forty. Five million. bushels that's down forty one percent from last year and it would be the smallest spring wheat crop in more than thirty years at this point. Usda is estimating and abandonment rate of just three percent in spring wheat due to the severe drought most analysts. Expect to see that much higher. by comparison. twenty percent of the spring we'd acres were left unharvested. During the drought of nineteen eighty eight advanced trading commodity research analysts. Brian blasting thinks spring wheat. Abandonment could approach that record set in nineteen eighty eight and one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. We abandoned twenty two percent. The hard red spring planted acreage So if we used a round number of twenty percent this year that would be the highest number since nineteen eighty eight and we arrived at a production estimates to ninety six using the crap rating. So unfortunately it does look like we're gonna see severe abandonment this year and i. I wouldn't be surprised. Unfortunately given what the six ten day outlets national weather services if we approach it nineteen eighty-eight level cattle markets for the week have been kind of choppy corn marketing market analysts. Sam hudson said that feeder cattle market. Especially just kind of ebbs and flows with the corn market. Some concern about feed costs rattling off of corn is gonna rattle off another fifty cents a bushel or something and it's gonna be hard to rally that market conversely if we cool it down a little bit. He's back months. It's really hard to be. You know to bearish on at least for now And the live callard really just caught range-bound really in the crossfire of that whole thing I think prices are fair for now. We've got enough numbers but we know packers can can pay what they're paying now and probably a little bit more at least for the time being and that's a look at markets this weekend agriculture i'm randy conan first tattoo. I wanted to read tough on aphids. Easy on bees. Or it's the story behind that well on my farm. I use this powerful stuff from called. Safina and scallops insecticide. Sorry it's going to sting so safina insecticides strong on aphids and quickly liam plant damage by jan toll on be stallone bs there. The business be strong and gentle with safina insecticide reading follow label. Directions nicely done be from london..

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01:43 min | 1 year ago

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"Back this year. Red river farm network farm broadcaster don wick and advanced trading risk management advisor. Tommy safi of mayvale. North dakota are touring routes jerking areas of north dakota. We go to donna wick. With this report from the two were. Everyone is feeling the impact of this historic drought but north dakota agriculture commissioner. Doug goring says livestock producers may have the toughest situation the availability of grass and hay is just not enough to sustain north dakota's cattle herd. Goring is seeking the release of crp ground for hain but so far. Usda has been tight. Lipped i did ask that. We would get notified as soon as possible because producers have to get equipment ready. They gotta make arrangements. Stephen find some sierra. Crp that might be said enough to actually harvest or hey and then Then they have to make arrangements to move that stuff there. So i asked for july fifteenth opening. I mean it'd be nice. If i found out today we could notify the public. Let the industry know they could start making plans but I anticipate good news. I'm just not sure what the dates going to be one. We're gonna find out from my not to bismarck are boots on the ground to or found a soybean crop under stress but could make it if it rains the small grains not so much the crop is short and the stands are sparse. I'm don wick on the road on the red river farm network. In addition red river farm network farm broadcaster cara heart is in sioux. Falls south dakota this week or the twenty twenty. One governors eggs summit. We turn.

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04:04 min | 1 year ago

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"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with look at markets. I'm randy conan. Us commodities president. Don rose says it was a risk off trading week really the corn. Just let the air out of the balloon here You know from the top that we had on friday six eleven on these corn. You drop a dollar four from top to bottom and just Six trading days. So you know that's a that's a significant You know the soy you know so. I think it was a risk off trade probably as simple as rain moving through some of the big states here. Us production pretty pretty much. A tale of two areas this season while the northern plains struggling with drought s&w trading market analyst. Andy schussler says parts of the eastern corn belt are having one of their best crops ever central illinois where they got like that eleven inches of rain. Probably looking at two hundred eighty bushel corn. Some people didn't really lucky in northern illinois. We've been really dry. But we kinda got bailed out here this last week by like central illinois like to one area the country. That's really really really good. Clayton pope commodities president clayton. Pope said there are a lot of conflicting market opinions tugging at this grain market. Right now take on it. Is that You know the recent rains received in the north west area. Do you know your home country. There you know definitely not a drought buster. But it's Maybe walked it off the cliff just a little bit here and possibly arguably avoiding a total disaster for some of these areas there i think is such And then the other two thirds of the growing area in the us Looking at pretty doggone excellent conditions for their pollination period. I think it's really kind of commanding risk. Premium come out of this. These corn market the us exported a record amount of soybeans during the first quarter the value of those exports were the second highest on record. Usda's foreign agricultural service reports soybean sales totaling seven point seven billion dollars. Usda analysts said the us was able to take advantage of brazil's delayed crop and build exports with china foreign service reports said soiling export values were expected to remain strong through the remainder of the year global commodity analytics and consulting president. My zoos lows at the grain markets also appear to be hunkering down because of rainfall and mondays. Usda supply-demand report rainfall and report and so the to ours are really in the forefront of our bodies minds the corn would probably be down more in fact randy if you ask me because the trade seems to build up more of a negative attitude as the weeks progressed about the corn market whether it's the supply side and the weather whether it's about the total demand side here in the united states. I've heard more and more about that and less and less about the brazilian crop. And i'm wondering whether the code numbers coming in above ninety million tonnes maybe didn't change some of the rhetoric and force the market into a real technical kind of tough spot with some of the key weekly and monthly charts Getting violated here as we close out the week on the week. Minneapolis spring wheats September was down. Twenty four and a half cents. Chicago is down thirty seven and three quarters in kansas city september. It was down twenty five and a quarter while september corn was down sixty two and a half cents for the week. December corn down. Sixty two and three quarters august soybeans lost fifty four cents this week november soybeans were down sixty nine and three quarter cents. That's the look at markets this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan. This is a wakeup call for you. And your fields microbial from source by sound. Agriculture source is a revolutionary chemistry approach. That doesn't rely on bulk nutrients or.

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03:59 min | 1 year ago

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"Heat breaks down but large ridge that was over the west breaking all of those records in parts of canada and sit. North west is has opened up and We're now seeing that that. He spread back over our areas. So that's going to crinkle evaporation rates up. That's going to send her back up into the you know in the low nineties maybe mid nineties and the farther west you go we'll see some triple digits again and that's the exact opposite. I think what we wanna be seeing this time. Snodgrass says there is some good news. It appears that we're gonna anchor a ridge over the four corner states going into july and we want that ridge there because that will give us a better chance for with those ridge writing thunderstorms. So let's get through the fourth of july weekend and start to see. Hopefully how things could open up next week over the past thirty days most of south dakota's received less than twenty five percent of average precipitation for this time of the year. That from south dakota state university extension state climatologist laura edwards. The state continues to miss out on significant rainfall. We have seen you know. Smaller events like we've seen our last weekend. I know on the east especially you know. Couple tenth year there that kind of helping us tread water especially on the crop on at least on on the corn and soybean side But i know other crops are already really struggling and or have been already at a significant loss if not not total loss. i know other crops are already really struggling and or have been already at a significant loss if not not total loss. July is here and the forecast brings very little to no chance of rain for the northern plains. Temperatures will also be on the warm side reaching into the nineties and one hundreds this weekend. It's pretty tough news with not too much optimism for moisture in the next week as we get through the july fourth holiday after that the first full week of july this is the outlook continues to indicate <hes> warmer than average temperatures more likely over much of the north west and north central states. Pretty good probability here and they're looking at sixty percent probability along with that he's also Leaning towards probability of dryer that average conditions at that same time. It's been a season of little rain in a lot of heat for oneida. South dakota farmer chuck. Todd's crops the winter wheat will be harvested but the stand is thin and the crop is short. Bring we'd my neighbors have will probably not harvest any spring weakening area really low humidities and so we get down below twenty percent humidity and Boy all that moisture goes up in the air pretty fast. Birth called north dakota farmer blake. Inman says the hot early days in the growing season took the top end. Off the durham crop. We had some real warm days. You know almost in upper nineties. Two hundred early on When when we were still you know pretty pretty dry so I think that honestly had more effect on Limiting till lowering and burned off some of the bottom leaves and stress. Off the durham crop. We had some real warm days. You know almost in upper nineties. Two hundred early on When when we were still you know pretty pretty dry so I think that honestly had more effect on Limiting till lowering and burned off some of the bottom leaves and stress. That early crop. You know at the point. You know all your wheat barley harems. They set their yield potential for the year. Pretty early and it definitely Hurt that potential. And that's been a look at weather this weekend. Agriculture for the latest farm news markets weather and more visit our fm dot com heavy

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Agency richard flournoy emergency livestock programs like l. f. p. andy lap have been already been triggered. Do chanelle said he would like to see. That process streamlined. Though floor and i said that Originally claims exceeding two thousand dollars automatically triggered an audit however that process has been tweaked already. North dakota stockman's association executive vice president julie ellington says livestock producers would like to see changes to that. Livestock forage program challenges that some producers in north dakota experience kind about the lafayette wide drought related to some definitions that were included related to contract rowers. And how contracts are written related to rate of gain and such and so the language really was written more applicable as more flippable to other species than how traditional beef contracts would be written and so that caused some challenges in and people being eligible so we think some revision minor revisions really to some language to better reflect the kinds of arrangements that are made with beef operations would alleviate some of those problems. Most of that sign up has not occurred yet. Most most producers in our state are eligible but Other priorities still with acreage reported. Chasing north dakota farmer corey. Hart is already filed a crop insurance claim for his spring wheat crop however heart is having trouble just getting an adjuster to come out and look at it. We've asked for are made come out and just runs in. I was notified tuesday morning. They wouldn't even send adjuster all these blue strips slower on raising it on not knowing that the tissue samples came back to nitrates raising and friday with an inch of rain so we're hoping to see the sorghum sedan. On the minnesota legislative session has wrapped up all bill signed into law no shutdown happening the minnesota omnibus agriculture finance bill among those being signed into law. Ask commissioner. tom. Peterson says there was wide ranging support for this bill bennett. Sixty three to three in the house. One hundred twelve to twenty so getting both parties to agree on things and a broad Areas really great and so. I think that's what you know speaks to this bill. That really really. You know help us. Put me fifteen and more pumps across the state especially those smaller stations. It's really going to help build our livestock processing.

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04:31 min | 1 year ago

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"This week in agriculture production of the red river farm network with the look at markets. I'm randy coenen. Corn and soybean acreage is well below expectations. In thursday's usda acreage report firing up the grain markets corn acres are up one and a half million from the march intentions but was more than a million acres below the average trade estimate. Usda left soybean acres unchanged from march which was about one point four million acres below the average trade guests for the top ten states for production. North dakota was the only one to increase corn and soybean acres. So i've been acreage. In north dakota at a seven point two million acres that represents more than eight percent of the us corn crowder the us soybean crop corn plantings in north dakota totally three point six million acres in another historic move. The total corn acreage in north and south dakota represents nearly twelve and a half percent of the national crop. Both states struggling due to drought total farm marketing senior market advisor. Naomi bloom says the acreage report from. Usda really was more in line with historical averages acres came in at ninety. Two point seven million acres less than the average trade subscribing numbers came in at eighty seven point six Almost one point two million acres less than the average estimates we number came in higher at four forty. Six point seven So that was a little bit of a surprise to. But i mean overall what this report has done. It's given us a real firm footing on support levels on those charts seasonally. We usually see the market work higher into that first week of july until the next. usda report. which is going to be on monday. July twelfth so we have very very supportive report. Here we're gonna turn to weather but overall this is a bullish report. The quarterly stocks report showed. Us corn supplies. As of june first down eighteen percent from a year ago at four point one one billion bushels quarterly usage reported that three point eight five billion bushels up through six hundred thirty million from a year ago so i mean socks in all positions as of june first reported at seven hundred. Sixty seven million bushels down forty four percent from last year on farm stocks dropped sixty five percent so i being usage during the quarter reported at seven hundred ninety five million bushels down nine percent from last year all wheat stocks as of june first reported at twenty seven and a half million bushels down eighteen percent from a year ago. On-farm stocks down thirty eight percent from a year ago. At one hundred. Forty two million bushels fan on and company market analysts. Christie van ons says the lower ending stock numbers for corn and soybeans is very substantial right now on hand compared to a year ago. We have almost nine hundred million. Bushel less corn on hand in almost a just over six hundred million bushel Less beans on hand than we did A year ago and so those are the big things to look at overall. The market was flooded with some some pretty friendly information out of this crap report. And it's all up to whether now moving forward the acreage numbers. In the june thirtieth crop reports were top third egg marketing market analysts. Ed dougans focus. Duga thinks those numbers pretty close to being accurate. I think the most interesting tally from this report is you know. I've been beaten on the drum seen you know. We can't have ninety five million acres of corn in Ninety million acres beans. Because we don't have that many acres. I mean the record for corn and beans combined before this report was a hundred and eighty point. Two million our one hundred eighty point three. We just don't have the arable arable land anymore to supplant that that many a both and that's the look at markets this weekend agriculture i'm randy conan resolve and advanced rating present special boots on the ground reports on the red river farm network. You gotta have compassion. For the north dakota farmer if it was from the prevent plant from years before just the overall lack of moisture what. My main goal is to go out there and go visit those areas. It hit those one. Oh three one oh five temps in. There's just an incredible amount of damage here. In the north dakota wheat crop special on the ground reports on air and online july seventh eighth and ninth brought to you by tommy christophe and advanced trading rural perspectives providing.

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01:39 min | 1 year ago

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"Old cow calf pairs ranged from fifteen hundred to seventeen hundred fifty dollars solid mouth pair selling for fourteen hundred to sixteen hundred sixty dollars. Slaughter cows weighing thirteen to eighteen. Hundred pounds brought sixty seven to seventy nine dollars per hundred weight and the next sale will take place on monday with over four hundred and fifty cow. Calf pairs already consigned. That's the look at markets this week in agriculture. I'm randy conan. We've all been there eyeing up that perfect piece of property. You can envision just how great it would be to own and whether you want to farm it graze it hunted or build your dream house on it. A country farm credit services is here for you our financial options feature great rates and flexible terms. So the next time you're in the market for moorland. Contact the experts in every field at ed country farm credit services. Be listening for the sugar-beet report every thursday at twelve fifty on most of these red river farm network stations each week. We'll talk with industry representatives agronomists and extension specialist and get the latest update on the sugarbeet crop. The beet report every thursday at twelve fifty during agriculture. Today the sugar-beet report brought to you by cortez. Agra science regev fungicide aside from summit agro premium egg solutions sess vander hav h us manufacturing and inspire. Xt from syngenta. This weekend news. I'm cara heart for the red river farm network. Agriculture debt at commercial banks continues to decline in the first quarter and farm. Loan performance improved a report from the federal reserve bank of kansas city. Found the number of.

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03:52 min | 1 year ago

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"This week in agriculture a production of the red river farm network with a look at markets. I'm randy conan. The supreme court ruling favoring oil refiner seeking waivers from the renewable fuel standard expected to have a big impact on demand for corn and soybean oil martensson egg risk management president. Randy martensson says. That decision will impact demand for egg commodities. Well that's kind of what they're thinking is that it could slow down the demand on the biofuel side which will slow down ethanol demand and slow down the biofuel or the the oil demand for bio fuel so biodiesel. So that is that's kind of what's hitting the market. But i think in the end you know we're still not we're still going to see the demand i mean. You look at clean energy. The ethanol is still something. We're going to have to use global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike sue slow said the combination of weather and that supreme court ruling had traders throwing in the towel this week soybean oil especially down over five percent almost five and a half percent you know getting close to the limit down level this is really an issue for the trade and i think it couldn't have been at a worse time when it comes to much-needed rains in parts of illinois and indiana and even some in the northern plains areas not nearly enough but at least there is a rain on the radar screens Going into the weekend trade basis levels remain strong for corn soybeans across the northern plains bannon company market analysts christie van on tells farmers to be mindful of what month that basis is being based on. That's one thing to really know when you look at those basis levels when you're deciding that if you have all crop on hand is what month. They're going after and you don't blame an elevator and ethanol plant for shifting up that risk because we learned from the mehta july contract. A lot of people got caught squeezed there in that contract and we're dealing with that now and so somebody's levels look extremely attractive but we just need to know what they're going off of and related back to the cash price you know whereas the cash price a survey of market analysts by the wall street journal expects corn supplies to be roughly four point. Two billion bushels as of june first. That's down from five billion bushels a year ago so bean stocks expected to be seven hundred ninety five million bushels down from one point four billion last year. We'd stocks at the end of the quarter are expected to be at five hundred. Excuse me eight hundred. Fifty eight million bushels down from one point zero three billion a year ago. Usda will be releasing the quarterly stocks report. Along with the planted acreage report at eleven o'clock central time on wednesday comstock investments market analyst. Joe camp says traders will be very cautious ahead of those reports cautious by say farmers who are somewhat in in many areas worried about what they might produce Worried about the upcoming weather turning hot and dry again But also some cautious on the part of speculative buyers. They've mostly been selling in terms of profit taking for the week. Minneapolis july. We'd gained sixty cents. September was up forty one and three quarters chicago july. We go down twenty five and three quarter cents. Kansas city july we it was down six and a quarter cents. July corn losing eighteen and three quarter cents on the week. December corn was down forty seven cents for the week. July soybean's down sixty six and a quarter cents in november soybeans. Were down forty three and a quarter cents on the week. Twenty seven hundred head of cattle sold at the rugby livestock auction during this week sale. Normally that auction barn would have gone to sales every other week by this time of the year. Three to six year. Old cow calf pairs ranged from fifteen hundred to seventeen hundred fifty dollars solid mouth pair selling for fourteen hundred to sixteen hundred sixty dollars. Slaughter cows.

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03:17 min | 1 year ago

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"Grass <hes> growth in north dakota's becoming shorter and shorter as drought conditions linger according to ndsu extension livestock. Stewardship specialist miranda. John eighty to ninety percent of grass. north dakota's becoming shorter and shorter as drought conditions linger according to ndsu extension livestock. Stewardship specialist miranda. John eighty to ninety percent of grass. Growth happens from rain in april through the end of june. And we're already halfway through over halfway through june now In terms of hay production were really tapped on. Where where we're going to be. We're seeing what we're going to see because those grasses in in those fields are heading out and once we get to that reproductive stage we don't see additional growth or the digital growth is minimal when we didn't moisture look round ten percent best on our native range preceding a little better if we do get rains now. Because they're still in that girl. Caesar still vegetative we're recommending if you haven't started greasing get out there and graves because we are full season dominant. North dakota has a cowherd shy of one million head pleasant lake. North dakota rancher. Scott lively spoke at a drought townhall meeting in rugby this week. Instead the drought could result in a dramatic. Plunge in the numbers. I think realistically of sutton doesn't break in a really big way. We're going to be about a third of that next year. Chevy says ranchers are in survival mode. Since early may stockman's livestock exchange in dickinson. North dakota has been selling cow calf pairs due to the drought here. Stockman's livestock exchange co owner. Larry schnell slowed down as compared to what we were doing in. May we had a couple of sales where we had five seven hundred pairs and we're hoping that we're getting pretty close to the time when the cavs big enough where they'll hang onto for just a little while longer and then we in those calves early but as far as our market that we had we sold some good young two year old pairs they brought eighteen hundred and fifty dollars who sold some three year. Olds that brought eighteen hundred and that's kind of where we've been here the past couple of weeks. We're not seeing the very very best of the will come to town on the young side of it anyway. <hes> so We've got by pretty well university of minnesota northwest research and outreach center and demolished in mccrae says the dry weather conditions are opening the door to several insect challenges in the small grains. It's going to be across. Unfortunately many of these are kind of a lot more general essence so they get into more than one system. Like grasshoppers do you know. They'll they'll get into most of the cropping systems we have up here And are especially troublesome because when they're Starting to establish and moving into those fields the crops are still fairly young fairly susceptible to being fed. Upon so yeah. We got a bunch of stuff. English grain and bird cherry out. Aphids are being found in the small grains mcrae recommends scouting grainfields frequently. That's a look at this weekend weather. I'm keira heart for the red river farm network gallon. Usa producers of tam sunlen and permit herbicides also produces targa herbicide targeted and effective post grass. Control herbicide in dry beans. Flax lentils peas soybeans and sunflowers target delivers excellent control of annual grasses as well as herbicide tolerant volunteer corn. When

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03:56 min | 1 year ago

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"Thursday's large selloff in special the soybean market with record losses on the day over a dollar eighteen cents. Santa group egg heads lead. Ted ciphered says traders just pulled money off the table. We're taking all the weather premium out and then some here today and Yeah you know. Some spotty rains kind of rolling through iowa. That's got A little of pressure on the market in the forecast is still calling for more rains And the confidence is building on that as we get closer to it. So yeah that's all translating into some lower markets here. It doesn't help that soybean oil limit again And the expanded limits but sharply lower. There it also have also doesn't help that we have Fairly significant strength in the us dollar here for the second day in a row and the outside markets did have a big impact on the grain markets as well advanced trading egg risk management advisor. Timing gra safi. Also thinks computerized trading responsible for some of that volatility real people who are trading the stuff anymore. I'm sure they're all out there just like we are but Real people who are clicking the mouse trading. See in the old days in the pitch you could see people yell and scream. You'd see cargill by himself and you could actually see the flow now. We just see a bid and offer in the volume and away we go so it's not quite as transparent as some would like maybe brugge blur marketing and management president. Alan brugere expects the market detroit weather until more is known about the size of this crop. The real question. of course. we'll be july and first part of august because the corn yields buying larger. set by what. We're what we're doing in. July and beans will look tough under these kind of weather conditions but it is arranged all this lot of times. We'll get a pretty good yield allendale. Chief strategist rich. Nelson's the livestock markets. Also were trying to stabilize as well by the end of the week. This is actually a positive we for the candalyn. We've seen wholesale beef. Rake a little bit here. But i can't kennel actually running steady if not actually hire so good rebound here For catamarca here today they issued. They're all kind of watching for the hawks. Two consecutive days of limit down closes for today's discussions lineup. Up seventy cents in august up a dollar seventy so at least for today some stability to show up here on this hog mark here global commodity analytics and consulting president. Mike zoos lo thanks. Traders are getting back to more of a fundamental type. Trade zuma says that pork and being trade is finding some support we still see the hogs and beans going up and down together for the most part their relationships still very closely tied to one another. Thanks mainly to the fun. So with the beans coming back. The hawks have been able to stabilize. That i think is brought in some better fat cattle trade because the cash cal trade has finally come around this week and it's nice to see that not surprising to see the feeders down forty to seventy today in fact that's pretty good given the fact that the corn is back up around thirty cents and us commodities president. Don rose says this market remains very much a weather market and even the day before thought they saw some good moisture coming through so some of these dry areas today a little bit less so Huge fund selling yesterday followed by balancing. Act back to the upside today. Sunday nights going to be a volatile session as the stakes are high as moisture is needed immediately in these dry areas. Cash kendall marcus week. We traded cattle. Mostly one twenty to live two bucks higher than last week. The dress business was done mostly at one ninety five about four dollars higher than last week. That's the look at markets this weekend. Agriculture i'm randy conan gallon. Usa has a broad selection of herbicides fungicides and insecticides to deliver customized solutions for your potato acres. The gallon sales team will offer the right program to fit your.

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04:38 min | 1 year ago

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"The <hes> <hes> d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded d. four or exceptional drought classification south western north dakota and northwestern south dakota received well over one hundred fifty percent of normal rainfall this past week but that was not enough to offset drought conditions. Dry conditions have also expanded into southeastern south dakota for the first time this year. Western minnesota is facing abnormally dry and moderate drought conditions. Mother nature turned up at the heat this week. High temperatures are soaring into the nineties and lower one hundreds in the upper midwest north dakota agricultural weather network director dale. Richardson says this heat wave is similar to conditions one year ago last year. Many areas verge ri- but these dry soils young crops were living off a surplus of subsoil moisture from the wet fall of twenty nineteen and so we still had quite a bit of subsoil moisture this year. Of course we don't have that with the heat you know i'm just wondering if we're not gonna lose crops with this heat wave 'cause there's not a lot of soil moisture in that top say three or four inches you know. The crops aren't very mature that can't go down and get where the moisture is in the soil. It's going to be several days At ninety plus for many locations crop stress is going to occur. Would be an understatement. I just hope we don't lose too much with this heat wave and then hopefully the rains that come next week. We'll be in time to save the crop. There are light scattered rains in the forecast over the weekend and next week however dt n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central n. senior agricultural meteorologist. Bryce anderson is not optimistic for big rains in june any moisture. We get now is just going to barely kind of get us by until the next Possible shower event. So i mean we already have a say real wide area certainly very impressive of central north dakota that is now in drought level. Four exceptional drought much of the remainder of the state is an extreme drought. And and i fear that we're we're just going to see that You know that type of drought Intensifying and and and really cause Some more issues with crop health particularly if these If these very stressful temperature forecasts do come to verification soybeans in the wimbledon north dakota area got nipped by last week's frost farmer. Joe ericsson thinks there's about five hundred acres that may need to be replanted on his farm. More rain would definitely help the crop. The rain we did get we ended up having a rotary hosts being the top. So or get new. This'll crusty that Big slabs of trust were up there so we had to break them up. And i think that worked pretty well. We did a hundred and fifty acres of that. It's been ten of a after getting in so early. We've rarely been done my birthday yesterday and we rarely come by her birthday if ever so we were done supposedly done. But i guess we weren't at barnesville minnesota farmer and rancher jake thompson says the crop is widely variable here on our farm and kind of seeing some poor. Corn stands <hes> soybeans. Some of the early ones. <hes> are up. They looked really good. But we did have a little frost damage to some of those We did put some soybeans in a little bit later Just checked on those yesterday. They haven't poked through yet but A lot of stuff is there subsoil moisture. it's there it's just We're getting a lot of variation and that's been a look at whether this week in agriculture reporting agriculture's business. I'm a megan overby gallon. Usa producers of epat hamsun sunlen permit. Herbicides also produces targa herbicide targets and effective post grass. Control herbicide dry beans. Flax lentils peas soybeans and sunflowers target delivers excellent control of annual grasses as well as herbicide tolerant volunteer corn. When it's time

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04:44 min | 1 year ago

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"Ever beans that affect a local markets are growing so follow the dry beans seen every friday at twelve. Thirty five right here on this station brought to you by the north harvests being growers association. With a. Look at this weekend news. I'm keira heart for the red river farm network at the end of the week. All j. b. s. facilities worldwide are up and running the recovery from a may thirtieth cyberattack was faster than many expected j. b. s. was able to shut down everything and isolate the hack before it impacted its core systems and backup servers. The fbi says a russian crime organization is responsible for the ransomware attack in an interview with politico. Ags secretary tom. Vilsek advised all segments of the food and farm production chain to examine ways to protect their. It systems from cyber security attacks a series of black swan events coupled with price disparities and now drought are testing. The resiliency of the north dakota cattle industry. North dakota stockman's association president. Jeff schaffer says both cow calf producers and feeders haven't been able to catch a break from poor market prices. It just seems like we're constantly one headline away from from another disaster. So i'm hopeful that we can come with some kind of fix to this market. The price disparity is huge. And we've got to address that. Sit on have that conversation. And it doesn't matter who takes credit for it and we got to quit finger pointing and sit on. Have that conversation and figure out what's going on here. We're hopeful that doj investigation comes to a close farmers and ranchers are starting to call cattle due to the drought conditions in north dakota rugby. Livestock auction barn in rugby. North dakota is getting ready for a big cow. Calf sale on monday year's auction barn owner cliff madison. Got over a thousand pairs lined up for this week for this coming monday because of that was scheduled to sell our way up cows on sunday and in any bread cows on sunday as well. It's it's looking like that pattern. Might continue throughout the whole month of june. So i think that's a schedule stay on devastating up. Were people. that's all they. That's how they did the ranch daughter life and that's all they didn't know what to do and now they're they're forced to sell out to go to senator john. Hoven plans to bring the risk management agency to north dakota to look the drought conditions. I want to get them out here. Not only so that we know our guys know that the crop insurance is there and they can use it as effectively as possible but also because the early haying and grazing we need to get going on that and then just anything else. We can do to help some of those ranchers get. Hey there e short as well as access to water farmers have also been waiting for an update on the plus program and quality loss. Adjustment program looks. Things are going in a good direction. I can't announce anything at this point but secretary of sack is been working with us. Epa administrator. michael. Regan was in bismarck. North dakota on thursday to hear from agriculture energy and water shareholders about the waters of the united states rule climate and other topics most of thursday's roundtable discussion was focused on wellness. But the path forward on pesticides also got attention and analysis of the epa shows the agency mishandled the approval of three dyke campbell herbicides. Epa said. they plan to implement several actions to ensure the pesticide registration. Decisions are free from political interference. Epa administrator michael regan says the agency takes the investigation. Seriously we understand that the i g indicated that there was political interference during the previous administration. That won't happen on my watch and we want science to play out. There is a very good relationship between the state and my reasonably office. I think we're seeing singing from the same sheet of music there. And so. I think we're in good shape on a merger is being considered between at country farm credit services and farm credit services of north dakota a memorandum of understanding has been signed by both boards to consider the merger had country board chair at haglund says a merger like this can increase efficiencies and diversify the portfolio. A country merged with united. Oh about four years ago and that merger really brought some great geographic diversity and some Product diversity of diligence is being taken before a proposed merger would take effect now the look at this weekend news. I'm keira heart for the red river farm network farmers. What do you like on your salad on kind of a caesar salad. Kind of guy myself. Hello this is. Shane with i- reinsurance. Now i know chef. But i would say a caesar salad is way tastier to eat in a corner soybean salad this summer. If you haven't bought your hail insurance yet give us a call. We would be glad to help. But just don't wait too long because it's way more profitable to bring that crop to the elevator than eat at a shredded corn. Bean salad all summer long..

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03:31 min | 1 year ago

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"Just. The president got impeached as all second time. that's happened. in the trump administration. What made this time different is that. Ten republicans voted to impeach including southwest washington. State's jaime herrera butler declare fire enemy. Isn't the president or the president. Elect fear is our enemy tells us what we want to hear. It incites anger and violence in fire. But it also haunts us into silence and inaction. What are you afraid of. I'm afraid of what people will say or think. I'm afraid of being devalued losing my job but i am afraid that my country will fail. I'm afraid patriots of this country have died in vain. Children won't grow up in a free country. I'm afraid in justice will prevail but truth truth sets us free from fear. Truth doesn't guarantee bad things won't happen but it does promise to always prevail in the end it has no shadows where darkness can hide with. Truth comes levin. we could use that right. My vote to impeach. Our sitting president is not a fear based decision. I am not choosing side. I'm choosing truth is the only way to defeat. Fear jaime herrera butler of the vancouver area standing up for truth there central washington's dan newhouse also voted to impeach. He started his speech with some good old. What aboutism madam speaker. This is a sad day in our republic but not a saturday disheartening as the violence we witnessed in the capital last wednesday. We are all responsible. My colleagues are responsible for not condemning writers past year like like those who barricaded the doors of the seattle police department and attempted to murder the officers. Inside that is a reference to seattle's east precinct. Building where some rioters tried to seal the twelfth avenue door with cement while officers were inside on the pine street side of the building. Someone started fire. We don't know whether they were connected. One person has been charged with arson. I don't believe anyone's charged with murder as to his <hes>. Colleagues who didn't condemn violence. He didn't make clear which colleagues he means. This is house speaker nancy. pelosi september. We support peaceful demonstrations. We participate in them. They are part of the essence of our democracy that does not include looting starting fires or rioting those are they should be prosecuted list after this new house moved on to continue his speech on the house floor voting to impeach the president and he did take some responsibility others including myself are responsible for not speaking out sooner before the president misinformed at inflamed a violent mob who tore down the american flag and brutally beat capital police officers adam speaker. We must all do better. These articles of impeachment are flawed. But i will not use process as an excuse. There's no excuse for president trump's actions. The president took an oath to defend the constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic last week there was a domestic threat at the door of the capitol and he did nothing to stop it. That is why with a heavy heart and clear resolve. I will vote. Yes on these articles of impeachment

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01:47 min | 3 years ago

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"Mobile and sprint are currently renegotiating the terms other merger Graham added in believes that the merger between T. Mobile and sprint would end up harming in lower income customers as would result in price is going up in the future he also questioned dishes. Come this commitment to boost customers. As as the company company has said it plans to build its five to build its next generation. Five G wireless network. He has founded boost mobile in Australia in two thousand and then brought the brand to us. Roughly a year later in two thousand and four boost mobile sold its US business that Nextel which was acquired by sprint. In two thousand five seven. Eleven launched seven voice for Amazon A. L. E. X.. and Google home which means as long as you have the seven now app an account. Long long game you can order all this up. You want also want simply by asking and they'll be delivered to you in less than thirty minutes. The APP will automatically identify a customer's customer's location and placed order with the nearest participate. Participating store there is no minimum order. Deliveries delivery costs three dollars nine nine cents although the first or replaced seminal voice or otherwise free. You'll be able to keep tabs in order using real time tracking to if you are a L. E. X.. A user simply say a. l. e. x. a enable seven now then go to skills. It's seven now skill settings lean count say a l a open seven now and start ordering if you are on Google home. So if you're on Google home you would say O K G talked to seven now and follow the steps on your.

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