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"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:40 min | 3 months ago

"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"If we were so if we're all concerned about the hospitals filling up, then why hasn't there been any moves by the federal government or the local state governments? To go and make sure that they don't get over. Where are those stories now? They're not there because it's not happening under the Trump administration. You sent hospital ships to New York you built makeshift hospital tents in parks in Central Park. There were things like that. These are all things that Trump administration did to alleviate the very legitimate and real concerns about hospital being overwhelmed with covid patients. New York decided not to even use the hospital ship continued to send them to long term care facilities. And killed tens of thousands of people that didn't need to die. But Republican bad I guess I don't know It doesn't make sense how it works In some people's minds. The left has to focus on this ivermectin nonsense for you know, for the same reason that they like The fact that there's more crime on the streets because it perpetuates the narratives that they want to perpetuate its a pandemic. We're really that concerning, they wouldn't be focusing any attention on Ivor met, then they wouldn't have to the pandemic. We're still really that concerning and they really cared about the delta variant. They wouldn't just be telling you to put a mask on. They would be telling you make sure you stay social distanced. Make sure that you you continue to use hand sanitizer, But we've just again. We've Newt that whole idea where nobody and I'll keep returning to that, because to me, it's one of the biggest signs that you were just in the middle of a scam now. Yep. They don't care because the mass doesn't do, Jack. It doesn't do anything. I just I watch another video the other day. It was a fantasy. This is what it was A great one. It was a painter who had on two and they were the they were the n 90 five's or whatever. Right, right, you know, and he's going. He's like, Listen, Can I show you something He had acquired a fatal car face on he had on the the real good mask, and his face is covered in white because he's a painter. And he lifts it up and you can see he's like when you see this and right around his nose. There was still wait, and it's like Do you know does do people know anything about viscosity? The viscosity of paint is a heck of a lot thicker. Then the corona viruses. But look, it's still getting through. I mean, it's just insane, man. Alright, let's switch. Let's let's switch some gears. We will get to your phone calls if you still want to comment on this, But we're going to move on. I'm security. Why? Why do you care if somebody else is taking I ever met him? 65198958. I like that. Yeah. Why? Why? Why does that bother you? You don't have to take it. I'm not gonna take it. I mean, unless my doctor tells me to, But if my doctors I trust my doctor Why does Kimmel care when according to him, he thinks the people that aren't vaccinated shouldn't be allowed to receive emergency medical care. So why does he give a rip if somebody's taking Ivor Mactan? What? What is none of it Big? No, it's just it's just dunking 450 people around the entire nation. Okay, Think about that. Just it's just It's just crazy, right? And suddenly it's a top story and a massive concern. Because 450 people, uh 6519895855 is the phone number. We'll talk a bit about this, with Senate Majority Leader Paul Gazelka coming up. And that is this slap in the face to victims Ramsey County taking the same sort of route that Hennepin County take deciding to stop prosecutions for some felonies in the the quotes in here from some of our elected leadership. Um people are rightly so outraged over this because they know what the unintended consequences are going to be Mike in Minneapolis. Good morning. Go ahead. Hey, So I, uh, just wanted to touch base on the on what you're talking about in terms of Beds and healthcare workers. Um I had called him before a long time ago about had voted for Biden was kind of being ostracized for comment that made it an administration meeting. But be what we're seeing with providers is and I know several that have not received the vaccine, and they provided very good care. Seen everything from interventional radiologists to the but if you make a single comment About About not anything against the vaccine. You are completely ostracized in the community. And I mean so much. So I've heard people actually call some providers call other providers. Idiots say, where did you start questioning their medical credentials, Latina and nursing I've seen across the board. I've even seen it in hospital, um, just maintenance workers where they're being terminated. It is a real problem, because if you have any even people that are immuno compromised, and it's causing real concern in the community, because it is it's forcing people. Um, first off to dispose Hippo information, which is personal information, and then you've got also the added that we don't have enough providers. A nurse says It is part of the reason they're shortages in the ICUs and in other areas is the fact that we don't have it After the last Russian patients, Um, we lost Multiple people they've slept. And if you look at it as evidence of that, if you look at the contract rates right now, for nurses, um they're paying 110 bucks an hour for travel nurses. There's contracts out and like Fairview in other areas there over $4000 a week. We have never seen that a nursing and part of that is there's just not enough workers. That's what one of the biggest things limiting, Um What's the limiting the capacity? Sorry. Had my coffee yet. That's alright, That's alright. That's a good call Mike. We appreciate your info. Let's go and I'm trying to move through these quickly or running short on time. Let's talk to Sharon. Good morning, Sharon welcomed Twin Cities News talking. What's your comment this morning? I don't know if you're aware, but down here in my own account, ER county board of commissioners is, um, maybe going to set a public hearing date next Tuesday at the regular meetings. And this will give them empower them. Um, to, um, If they would pass this ordinance, a health emergency ordinance, they could literally do anything that they want with this that they deem that there is a A public health. Issues somewhere in the county. Yeah, and that they're wanting to do is mask us up again. When? When does that meeting is supposed to take place? Next Tuesday at 99 o'clock in the morning. You should reach out to them. We should go to the meeting people to go to the meeting and then say, you know, I knew I well, The first question would be like we knew about this a week ago. Why was even so important? Why'd you wait a week? And then there was not a dealing news comes out yesterday it was two inch high print 42 cases concerned, I'm confirmed. The Minnesota Department of Health left Friday at four o'clock in the morning, but Winona County public officials have no um Breakdown of that data scares everybody in the Coney. Yeah, Yeah, And yeah, and there's no but again we're back to the back to the to the case Dimmick, Which is why they want to keep testing People, Ryan and and over. Good morning. Go ahead. Hey, I think that ivermectin is going to be pretty important for the unvaccinated to protect themselves from the vaccinated people, given that the viral load in the nasal pharynx of the vaccinated Is 250 times that of those infected with regular covid. Thank you for the call Jim and Hamlet. Go ahead..

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"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:40 min | 3 months ago

"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Always good. I don't know. Taking them. There is a, uh we're not going to spend a lot of time on. I'm going to use it to play a clip from Trump. But there's a There's a ridiculous article in the Star tribute from over the weekend in Winona County. Biden's presidency is met with division more than a half a year into Biden's presidency, Winona County offers a vivid rendering of the nation's political divide. It's a really trite. Just try piece of them going going to Winona in talking to individuals there and getting their take on it is just blah, blah. It's one of my favorite, a liberal media specifically like print media, liberal print media tropes, Right. We talk about tropes and TV shows and movies all the time. This article as a trope You get it all the time. You get a very regularly you get these elitist liberals. They leave the comfortable confines of their urban right swellings, and they venture out into rural America. Let's talk to some people from Winona County. Let's get real. Come on mad, and then they come back and they treat him like they, you know, like they just stepped onto an alien plants Seriously, right? Yeah, Let's look at these interesting specimens. Yeah. Like they're like they're showing up there, and they're in their in their airtight suits. You know very cautiously going and talking with voters who could be either supporters are not supporting they may have voted for Trump. A couple of lines in here that are kind of funny. More than a half year into Biden's presidency went on the county offers a vivid rendering of the nation's political divide mentioned a moment ago. Trump's repeated false claims about the election being stolen. A fragile economic recovery and a global pandemic. Continue testing Biden's administration. Okay, What about Biden's false claims that this was the most secure election in history? Seriously, we can we switch that? Can we flip that script on? You know, every story has that line in their Trump's repeated false claims about the election? But can you like couple That with and Biden's false claims that this was the most secure election in history, some trump some trump while Trump voters were quick to dismiss Biden. Democrats using the president were also influenced by his predecessor. Eric Schultz, the president of Winona State University College. Democrats said We're starting to. We were starting to go backwards in this country. Right so by backwards, you know, a prosperous nation. Right, Right. A good economy. No bat. No, no wars overseas. Yeah. Yeah, that is backwards, Actually, because you know, every president has started its true one new war until Trump. Eric went on to say, I think that having Biden administration is moving us forward again. It may not be in the steps as big as I would hope, but there's still steps. Shut up, Eric, even what you're talking about Eric the end of the piece, Chris Harrison says. Nobody is awful. Nobody is trying to do things that are bad for the country. Chris, who said he works in finance and voted for Trump in last year's election. Everybody's doing what they think is best for the country. We just happen to disagree, so it's not a reason to get all worked up and hate each other. Look, I appreciate the sentiment, but it's just not true, right? And when this idea that, uh, you know, everybody's doing what they think is best for the country. No, they're not. They're doing what they think is best for them or in Biden's case. China Yeah, it's true Or or or or or a hunter. You know, right? It hurts because it does hurt because it's true. So Drew and I are are both big fans of neighbor Got C Great comedian. If you've not seen any of neighbor got C stand up. He's got three Netflix specials. I think you have you have you have him on the stand up series on Netflix. One of them is a half hour special special within a larger thing called the Stand up. And then there's the Tennessee kid and the greatest American in the greatest Americans. The most recent one and I will actually recommend him. It is it is family friendly across the board. Yeah, yeah, it's one of those. He's like a PG comic like I don't think he ever curses. Or anything like that. He doesn't do blue humor or anything, but he is absolutely one of the one of the most funniest comedians I've ever seen. He's got this bit about going to Florida. To this alligator farm. South Carolina, South Carolina. Sorry, South Carolina, this alligator farm. They're the same thing that I must have that. Okay, so we don't have a lot of time to get through this. Do not get started. Yeah, that almost derailed. I know. I know it did. I know I did. I mean, Sam, you're right. But I don't want to derail DRI dumb thing to say He's got this bit about going to an alligator farm that I must. I must have watched it at least five or six times and it is just as funny to begin at the first time I saw it is the second time I said okay? And the whole thing hinges around somebody's yelp review. Going to this place. Okay. So which brings us to this story here from Newser? Because the first thing I thought of what I saw this So a tourist Visiting right. The Scottish Highlands apparently thought that the Loch Ness monster sighting was guaranteed. Okay in a in a in a bitter This is not a petting zoo. No in a bitter yet amusing one star trip advisor with you of the trip. Posted in June. Ron from Gibbs Bury a port town in North East Lincolnshire, England, described his disappointment failing to catch the site of the Loch Ness monster after waiting for hours. At Loch Ness. We we traveled 400 miles from Grimsby to see the Loch Ness monster and it didn't show up. I thought the whole experience was horrendous. I wish I hadn't bothered. It's just a tourist trap and not sure why they would advertise the Loch Ness monster When it's all a lie. I wonder if he's going to cancel his trip to the North Pole after this, my gosh, man. But it's nice. That was. I'm sorry. I should have been quicker that was very well played, Sir. Wife and two kids waited around for hours. Viewpoints were crowded and dirty, and the weather was terrible. The weather was terrible. One moment, sunshine. The next It was hard to keep up. That's like all of England. Bronn went on to say and what I've heard. Capital letters don't go if you are wanting to see it because you will end up being bitterly disappointed. Like we were. They waited around for hours. Yeah, to see a monster. They didn't really think that was the case was it? I don't know. I'm having a hard time with this review. I mean, it feels very sincere and earnest. It doesn't feel like an ironic one star. You know this feels very genuine, but it's hard to tell, right? Yes, of review on a website. Yeah, yeah, don't know There's just something that rings you know genuine about this to me. Apparently, Um, The review isn't isn't exactly reflective of the typical experience. The Loch Ness has a 4.5 star rating on trip advisor, but it's apparently informative. Per The Grimsby Telegraph. Ron's Review has been rated one of the most helpful on trip advisor in recent months. Funny one reviewer is suggested that Ron Was just unlucky. Oh, man, Don't tease this guy. Yes. Go back. Yes. The the largest order. It was just sleeping while you were there. You need to go between the hours of six and eight. You really need to stay there a month. If you really got to see this right?.

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"winona county" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

05:59 min | 4 months ago

"winona county" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Right. Caitlin o'connor it's great to have you on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do for sure. I'm a huge fan of the podcast. So it's very exciting to be with you here today. My name is caitlin. And i am the education outreach specialist here at prairie moon nursery and winona minnesota yes So i've been with moon for a little over five years now And i came to curry moon. Because i'm actually a resident of wis- koi valley community land co-op where was started So i was going to college in the winona area winona state university And had gotten my degree in environmental science and my capstone research project at winona state. was with native plants and so i got familiar with Moon at that point in time. And so you know. After a brief stint of going to the big city and doing doing some nonprofit environmental work up there. I came back to the more rural winona county and landed up as the moon. So it's really great to be here. That's excellent that's a cool story and it's nice to kind of be back in your own home field your home turf really getting to be a fan of the land and really helping people in a much bigger way beyond. Just what's going on in the valley there. And i have to say just as you're fan of the show. I am a huge fan of what you're doing it. Perry moon and it's an honor to be talking to you about that today but i'm curious in terms of like where plants came into the mix where you always interested in plants or did you early on c. yourself working this closely with plants or was it more just environmentalism in general. Yeah so good question Actually initially when i was going to school i thought i would be getting more into the arts. I was very very artistic when i was younger. And so i thought i would maybe be a studio artist or going to art therapy. But the more. I started to learn about the environmental sciences. I came to the realization that the earth is the ultimate artistic canvas and i really got into sustainability especially humans interaction with earth. And i you know. I really latched onto this idea that i really truly believe that. Humans can have a symbiotic relationship with the planet that we live on and that is not how we're interacting with the earth's right now. There are a lot of things that human activity is doing that is causing degradation to our environment and so i really started to get fascinated with this idea that we can be a positive for for environmental changes that benefit Life on earth. And the more i learned about environmental science the more i came to realize what a foundational role that plants really play in this whole whole picture And so that's how. I really started to get fascinated with botany and ecological restoration. Wow that's cool story. But i would think and correct me if you know. These sentiments are not quite in line but as an artist. You know when you find gardening. There's so many ways that gardening and environmentalism and sustainability. All come together into an art form as well. I mean growing plants is in art arranging. Them there's no lack of the artistic expression getting into botany getting into plants especially when it comes to what you do on your own landscape absolutely. I agree fully. You know that aesthetics and beauty is something very inherent and one of my favorite quotes. Is you know the land ethic from aldo leopold. He directly talks about something. That is good is also beautiful for the biotic community. And i really really believe that. That's awesome and you couldn't yourself in a better position like i said i'm a huge fan of perry. Mona have been for a long time. I've been a patron of what. Perry moon does many of the plants on all of the landscapes. I've had any sort of control over. Have come through your organization and i think many of my listeners will be very familiar with what you have going on there but i love the history of paramount. I've only heard bits and pieces of it here and there but it really is kind of a ground up sort of organization that started very small and his expanded in a big way but always with this mission of plants and native communities and being part of the landscape. Right exactly right. I love telling the story of the history of furry moon because it is such a such a peculiar story with lots of different characters that folks may recognize and so prairie moon really started With folks at with klay valley community land cooperative and that is an intentional community that was organized by a bunch of folks Who were a part of the nineteen seventies hippie back to the land movement and you know they were disillusioned with society at the time and just felt like there was a lot of divisiveness. You know there's a lot of social injustices happening you know. It was a time that is not unlike. Our current time And they decided that they wanted to get together and try to build this community on principles of sustainability land stewardship social justice and consensus decision making and so it was within this lively cradle. That prairie moon was born so initially there was a big a big group of guys who came up from iowa To minnesota they are lovingly referred to as the sunshine boys around with clay and the sunshine boys are grain farmers and so when they moved to whisk lay Which is an old dairy farm..

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Behind the Scenes at Prairie Moon Nursery

In Defense of Plants Podcast

01:13 min | 4 months ago

Behind the Scenes at Prairie Moon Nursery

"All right. Caitlin o'connor it's great to have you on the podcast. I'm really excited to talk to you today. But first let's start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do for sure. I'm a huge fan of the podcast. So it's very exciting to be with you here today. My name is caitlin. And i am the education outreach specialist here at prairie moon nursery and winona minnesota yes So i've been with moon for a little over five years now And i came to curry moon. Because i'm actually a resident of wis- koi valley community land co-op where was started So i was going to college in the winona area winona state university And had gotten my degree in environmental science and my capstone research project at winona state. was with native plants and so i got familiar with Moon at that point in time. And so you know. After a brief stint of going to the big city and doing doing some nonprofit environmental work up there. I came back to the more rural winona county and landed up as the moon. So it's really great to be here.

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"winona county" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:15 min | 11 months ago

"winona county" Discussed on KOMO

"Taking turns spinning donuts. And when a police officer shows up that crowd moving in, and the cop backing up, flooring the SUV slamming into that group, one man getting run over the entire marks all over his body belly out. Cory Lee was driving by when he saw all of this happened. A massive police Response soon followed in a release. Tacoma police say that officer was fearing for his safety. And while trying to extricate himself from an unsafe position, he drove forward and then called for medical aid. Now. We also heard that the man did not die. No word on his injuries. There are some words from some of the witnesses. Cole Miller was saying that maybe some other people were injured again. No word on if that is occurring here and of course, the developing story. We'll get some updates here through the day. Spokesperson with Port of Seattle, saying a man in custody now after he called in a false security threat on in Alaska Airlines flight departing from Seattle early yesterday, The flight was headed to Alaska Catch A can to be exact. The port of Seattle says all passengers deplaned And the plane was taken to a secure location for further investigation and a search, of course, an abundance of caution all passengers being scheduled then for another flight. And we do have an update. Winona County authorities there in Oregon have recovered the body of 50 year old Jennifer Maura woman who went missing during the Columbia River Gorge landslide near the town of Dotson earlier this month. Yesterday, a private contractor was able to locate Maura's car with ground penetrating radar. No NAS GPR, which the Manila County sheriff's office says was buried under 15 ft of mud, rock and debris. Search of her whereabouts began 10 days ago. Apparently Maura of Warrendale was driving when the landslide swept several roads near Interstate 84. Back on January 13th. We learned that she was in the oncology nurse at Legacy. Good Samaritan Medical Center for 17 Years. Come on, Whose time 6 34 traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force Here we've got Curtis Calhoun helping out here at the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Now, with an update. All those stalls or collisions getting in your way. So far this morning, the greater Seattle area looks like some earlier roadwork as well has wrapped up all north down five lanes back opened. Between 205th stream all like terrorists and 220th street After some overnight roadwork, all lanes closed both directors of four or five wide open to threaten and Bellevue. And no restrictions or is look for me past Curtis Calhoun. Come on Traffic bag. Curtis turns on our forecast wrapping up your weekend with plenty of showers around here. Temperatures in the mid forties today keep those skies gray overnight. Tonight we're going to go partly cloudy by tomorrow morning and get some sun breaks at times on Monday, just a slight chance of a shower in the morning, and they were fairly dry on Tuesday as well before another system shows up overnight into Wednesday morning. That's we have a chance for just a touch of lowland snow, and they come with us and Arthur and some companies they're mentioned there. Apparently, that The worry of maybe some snow in some areas later tonight into early tomorrow, Mother nature plants and games right now. Shelton 38 Bremerton. 39. Good to have you listening in Bellingham? 37. There 39 are temperature here in Seattle 6 35 here..

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Man arrested after making false security threat on Alaska Airlines flight leaving from Seattle

News, Traffic and Weather

00:24 sec | 11 months ago

Man arrested after making false security threat on Alaska Airlines flight leaving from Seattle

"Called in a false security threat on in Alaska Airlines flight departing from Seattle early yesterday, The flight was headed to Alaska Catch A can to be exact. The port of Seattle says all passengers deplaned And the plane was taken to a secure location for further investigation and a search, of course, an abundance of caution all passengers being scheduled then for another flight. And we do have an update. Winona County authorities there

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"winona county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"winona county" Discussed on WTOP

"The hour long call has the president browbeating George's top elections official behind your back, Fred? Whether you know it or not. They're laughing at you. Mr. Trump pressed Brad Rapids Burger to find 12,000 more votes in his favor. Nothing wrong with saying that, you know. That you've recalculated, Georgia Secretary of State held his ground. We believe what we do have enacted election? No, no, you don't know. A senior adviser to President elect Biden says the tape captures Mr Trump's assault on American democracy. Stephen Portnoy. CBS NEWS Washington The president and the president elect are both scheduled to appear in Georgia today to campaign for candidates in tomorrow's runoff election, which will determine the balance of power in the U. S. Senate, The GOP's Kelly Leffler. My number one objective right now has to be winning on January 5th so that we can get to the bottom of what happened in these elections. We know that Democrats will never get to the bottom of it. Britain leads the way on another Corona virus vaccine. 82 year old Brian Pinker says he didn't feel a thing when he became the first to get the AstraZeneca shot in the UK Today, questions are swirling about the efficiency of covert vaccine rollouts here in the U. S. As we set another record for cases over the weekend. People have been waiting in line for hours for shots, but they've been lining up at the airport to correspondent Jonathan Big Liatti, the T S a says it's screened more than 14 million travelers in the last two weeks. New Year's Eve parties have health officials worried about who has been where refrigerated trucks are storing the dead as morgues overflow. I mean, yet another search, a pastor in Texas has been killed by a man who hit in his church after a police chase and a manhunt through Woods about 100 Miles east of Dallas. Winona County Sheriff Larry Smith pastor Open the.

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"winona county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"winona county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Thanks for joining us. On this friday of classic radio theater this hour or hearing an episode of the mysterious traveler the most famous man in the world as it was broadcast tuesday november twentieth. Nineteen fifty one in the newspapers of that tuesday. Sixty nine years ago. These were some of the headlines. I level political maneuvers by the foreign ministers of north korea and communist china thoroughly confused the korean armistice outlook while tuesday go. She were in recess. Potentially the situation could result in a breakdown of the four-month-old talks at a time. When agreement had seemed closer than ever before a mysterious woman in black brandishing a pistol fanatical chinese charge through minefields and machine gun fire on the western front saturday in korea that according to a rescued british soldier corporal gordon taylor of manchester member of the kings soap star light infantry was captured when the reds overran a british hill position in the saturday morning attack. He was rescued when the folks sire storm back up the hill sunday and found him and a ruined dugout where he had taken shelter from. British artillery fire history's first transatlantic. Political assembly convened yesterday and an american senator urged to move boldly told their own unification democrat rhode island senator theodore green chairman of a fourteen man. Bipartisan delegation both houses of congress told members of the european consultative assembly. Europe must take steps equal to the dangers. They face the defense department disclosed. Last night he had asked general. Matthew b ridgway for more clarifying statement on the reported communist slaughter of some fifty five hundred american prisoners of war in korea officials at the pentagon expect general which way's headquarters in tokyo to issue a new statement very soon perhaps within twenty four hours the secretary of the winona county draft board and well known. The wisconsin resigned yesterday saying he couldn't send american boys to korea to be murdered in cold blood by chinese communists. Who seem to be getting away with it frank. J. allen head of a flour mill said. His resignation prompted by eighth army reports. Communists have murdered thirteen thousand four hundred united nations war prisoners thirty year old mrs lillian hopper an iron lung. Polio patient at a los angeles hospital got to see her baby daughter born yesterday. The new daughter named maryland and held by the nurse while the father smiled is approval hopper the.

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"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:26 min | 2 years ago

"winona county" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Saturday afternoon everyone thank you so much for tuning in it you know another big story that came out this past week was about target and you know I just think how many times I yelled about this how many times we tried to warn people how many politicians I talked to about it how many how many have a you know it's like beating your head against a wall two years ago target said it would raise its minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour by the end of twenty twenty the move won praise from labor advocates and put pressure on all other companies to also move to fifteen dollars an hour now it comes out that store workers say the wage increases not helping them because their hours are falling making it difficult for them to keep their health insurance and in some cases pay their bills I told you sell I told you so workers and small businesses where the brown where will be the will bear the brunt of these destructive policies I don't know how many times that I have to tell you this and I'd forget where I was reading this but it said everybody wants to raise the Democrats want to raise the minimum wage everyone wants to level livable wage well then the Democrats can't figure out why mill cost fifteen dollars a gallon and they'll be Screamin we have to raise the minimum wage again because people can't can't afford milk and it's I mean it's just so true they don't understand the ripple effect they don't they don't care about the ripple effect you can tell them what's going to happen you can warn them and I just feel so sorry for the small businesses that have to bear the brunt of these and when I tell you St Paul throw your city council out on November fifth email they passed a fifteen dollar an hour minimum wage same with Minneapolis same with a lot of the others and now they're looking at the airport reason that one to fifteen dollars an hour you can be sure fifteen dollars an hour will be back as a statewide policy here when the legislature comes back in session in November it's insanity is just insanity in a more insanity the met council the met council came out and they introduced at noon hazardous waste regulations on top of the OSHA regulations for dental offices that's new by the way that's new no other state has that no other state has that and then at the same time I told you we were going to talk about how fired this is this is just absolutely crazy and maybe Jeremy months and can talk about in a couple weeks when he comes on but this past week the Minnesota court of appeals appeals ordered the Minnesota pollution control agency are you ready to take animal methane emissions into account when reconsidering a previously approved permit for a planned expansion of a dairy farm in Winona county requiring the M. P. C. A. to consider greenhouse gas emissions per farm expand expansions constitutes an unprecedented expansion of farm regulations that's crazy people your judges are crazy the Minnesota court of appeals is crazy the Minnesota pollution control is easy is crazy American experiment as a core he's one of the policy fellows over there has been doing a really good job pointing out this is great and if I haven't put if I haven't put this up on Facebook I will otherwise you can go to the American experiment website and look for Isaacs Isaac or stuff on this Isaac or pointed out that stopping the farm expansion entirely would result in an on measurable global temperature reduction of are you ready for this point zero zero zero zero zero two five degrees by twenty one hundred so we had to let it is absolutely worthless and those were those were the climate models used by the EPA during the Obama administration so that isn't just some right wing radio talk show host or some right wing writer for the policy fellow from the American experiment in the in the idea that denying these permits for dairy expansions in Minnesota is a less solution for climate change so folks we're gonna have to get some better lawyers on our side we're gonna have to like some better legislators so that we can make a difference not only in the Minnesota court of appeals but also in the Minnesota pollution control agency on or had a good write up on in on my on why why this was a bad idea and a dumb idea and I'm also kinda medic Cup because cub came out saying the priority of their customers at the top priority of their customers is the safety and well being of their customers they asked us not to open caring in their store well I don't open Kerry income by shopping Koebel Oct but I do Kerry and you know what kind of you're gonna be paying thankful that I am carrying if something bad happens in there so shame on you cub for caving in to the gun grabbers it just absolutely in theory a to me just absolutely infuriates me okay so the twenty nineteen Minnesota student survey results were released and I think this is really important that in some every year the kids take this test so it's called the Minnesota student survey it's been going on since nineteen eighty nine and this year the results came out and they said fewer students feel engaged in school fewer students believe their school provides a supportive place for learning report good health or feel safe the new data shows more Minnesota students than ever report having long term mental health problems behavioral or emotional problems this number is up from eighteen percent of the students surveyed in twenty sixteen to twenty three percent in twenty nineteen eleventh grade female students report having long term mental health behavior or emotional problems more than doubled from twenty thirteen to twenty eight nineteen the Minnesota Minnesota is education commissioner Mary Catherine Riker said to our students are talking and we have to listen to them first of all let's get one thing straight about this survey Stan nailed it when we were talking about what we're going to talk about on the show today and I said we were going to talk about the Minnesota student survey and he said how honesty awhile and I had him print off the seventy two page report for me he said how many people how many of these D. do you believe the students do you think the students are honest and I have to say I know for a fact that students lie but there's a certain amount of truth in them and and when you look at you look at some of the questions they ask it's becoming more and more and more intrusive with each and every year and in twenty sixteen thanks mark Dayton in twenty sixteen it really changed it really changed again and then.