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"doug burgum" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I don't think it's a noxious development. What? I don't care what you think. Ah! Of course, you agree with him because you're in the same business with him. Despite the outrage, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the city and steak are on the same page. There's going to be, huh? Obviously So many parents right now are saddened are frustrated in the kids can't go to school tomorrow. So many kids want to be in school, something educators want to be there to greet them. But Now we put ourselves to the work of overcoming this challenge. We apply ourselves with everything we've got. And that's what New York City has done. Time and time again. I know our schools are going to come back. Why do I know it? Because they've come back from a lot worse than this. We were told 1000 times, we couldn't reopen in the summer, Richard night, Wherever we went, we were told we were crazy to talk about reopening schools. We did it. We'll do it again. And it takes toughest, tougher standards. We will live by those tougher standards, but this is how we will deal with the immediate term. I want to turn people's attention to what comes thereafter because There are fully seven months ahead after this month. There are seven more months ahead in the school year, and during that time we will get the vaccine. North Dakota's current virus wave. Meanwhile, among the worst in the country, if North Dakota were an actual country, it would be number one in the world per capita. That puts more pressure on nurses who now fear they'll be forced to work with sick colleagues. This after Governor Doug Burgum allowed the state's beleaguered hospitals to use infected but Symptomatic workers. Tessa Johnson is with the North Dakota Nurses Association. I kind of got punched by a lot of nurses. I'm not multiple responses fact probably over 100 from nurses, emailing texting, calling us saying We don't want to do this. We have been working nonstop many hours since an epic started..
States are imposing more COVID restrictions despite pre-election predictions
"You know from the beginning of this pandemic all the way back in in january and february has been painfully clear that for donald trump and most of the congressional republican leadership that cova was primarily a political problem. That had to be managed because of the election not a health problem. A political problem with is on november and one of the biggest giveaways of their possession of their position is what they projected onto their political opponents. They couldn't believe that the steps that some governors mayors we're taking a combat. The virus were driven by serious concerns. That cova was deadly and needed to be combated. Instead they suggested it was awesome elaborate conspiracy to politically kneecap donald trump. If it ends up that biden wins in november. I hope he does. And i don't think he will. But if he does. I guarantee you the week after the election. Suddenly all those democratic governors all those democratic mayors will say. Everything's magically better. go back to work. Go back to school. Suddenly the problems are solved. Won't even have to wait for biden to be sworn in i guarantee you. That's ted cruz guarantee a week after the election. I guarantee you that all those democratic governors and mayors will say the problem solved no more cova restrictions. They'll take them all away. It was all just to her trump. Well guess what the election's over and what's happening in the opposite of what ted cruz cruz. Guaranteed in fact democratic. Governors like gretchen whitmer of michigan and kate brown of oregon who impose restrictions early in the pandemic have now imposed new restrictions amid covid spikes in their states. That's not all republicans who are abandoning their pre election positions. They're the ones who were doing that. And embracing public. Health measures governor gary herbert of doug burgum. North dakota are now changing their tune. There embracing masks after months of resistance. And then there's i will republican governor kim reynolds who vowed back in july quote. No i'm not going to mandate masks. I trust islands. Reynolds was photographed maskless at an indoor pro-trump event in october. That's her giving a high five in a crowded mostly maskless room and not only did she not object to trump holding one of his superspreader rallies. Interstate a few days later. She was spotted in the crowd at the rally. Not wearing a mask. Well now guess what i was. Hospitals are full across the state. There's barely an icu. Bed to be found if you get kobe tomorrow and you have to go the issue. Tough luck it's a nightmare and last governor can reynold who wants to spanish mass mandate. Does he feel good measure. Guess what she did she issued a statewide mask mandate along whether restrictions. It's a good thing too much too late. But it's the opposite of what ted cruz said would happen. Who is really playing politics. Do you think as hospitals fill up at americans conservative liberal being cut down by the virus there are still republicans who are treating. The pandemic with the same recklessness and denial they always have
"doug burgum" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Action in the face of hospitals, filling up with covert patients like North Dakota Republican Doug Burgum, ordering a statewide mask mandate and imposing several business restrictions. Governors and health officials pleading with people to take care of it seriously as this person and many others do personally sorry, it's like my dad feet to die for you to take it seriously. Lauren Longoria on the covert related death of her father, George, known to many sports fans in Houston, as a security guard on the field for Astros and Dynamo games. I can't tell you the amount of people friends of my dad. Who have said Oh, I didn't take it seriously before your dad like I didn't know anyone else who got it. Sorry it took my dad feet to die for you to take it seriously. 169,000 new covert cases Today in the U. S. Is the Kobe tracking project. ABC is Trevor. All doctors, like Anthony Heroics in South Dakota say they're running out of room. We've also had two at times, double up patients in single bed rooms. In order to make room for extra people as well. In Massachusetts, the D. C U Center is converting into a 240 bed Field hospital again and this weekend New York Governor Andrew Cuomo holding an emergency summit for Northeastern state leaders as Friday. New YORK ECLIPSE 5000 new cases for the first time since April, where lawmakers have acted to remove a president over his handling of the pandemic. Peru Protests and Lima, the capital tonight over the ouster by Congress of President Martin Does Cara Popular leader. Lawmakers accusing them of corruption, mainly.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WTVN
"News. I'm Chuck Secrets in their thousands rallying and supported President Trump for hours today in Washington amid a pandemic are breaking up headed home, including this man who says he traveled from Oregon BR ng myself early as soon as the results are known, because Biden and Harris are so far left wing they're gonna take away our Second Amendment rights. Many of the protesters were not armed with masks says the spread of covert accelerates and the costs also rise. His ABC is Trevor off this Mississippi family lost their mother, Elaine. McRae, who volunteered to be a covert nurse, and don't take this virus for granted because it is very real. And San Antonio couple Adan and Mariah Gonzales, both among those claimed by the virus, leaving their four year old son behind. I sometimes don't even know what to tell him. People don't realize how you know how real it is until it actually hits home. Now hospitals across America rapidly filling up with patients hoping to avoid that same grim fate. Keep kids in school limit contact over the holidays and change Thanksgiving plans, advises former CDC director Tom Frieden, time spent with others indoors for a long period of time without masks, eating drinking. Formula for the spread of Kobe. The doc predicts the U. S. Could see 2000 deaths per day from covered by the end of the year. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo are urging following of precautions, like wearing masks and distancing to try to keep schools open. You closed the schools. You make it much harder for parents to go toe work Homo, calling an emergency summit this weekend of Northeast governors after months of resisting orders. People of the North Dakota to wear masks and to limit the size of gatherings. North Dakota Republican Governor Doug Burgum relenting to try to stop the coronavirus surge that is among the worst in the U. S. And that threatens to overwhelm the state's hospitals. Listening to ABC News. Have you ever thought about saying good bye to your job? Just walking into your boss and saying I quit. And how would you like to commute to work without ever leaving your home will not long ago, A 39 year old entrepreneur from a billionaire family spent $20 million.3 years to find the best home based business in North America. He researched 70 different companies, and when he found the only one that had real long term potential, he bought it. And right now he's looking for people to help him turned this company into his next billion dollar success story. So if you're serious about making money from home without having to leave your home, we'll grab a pen because I'm about to give you the address of a website where you can learn all about this unique and rare opportunity. Write this down. Www dot go here next dot com. Now get on your computer and go to this site now, part time or.
Coronavirus surge has caused hospitals in rural America to reach full capacity
"Officials in rural America are struggling under the weight of the Corona virus pandemic in the upper Midwest and Rocky Mountain states. They warned that hospitals are at or nearing capacity. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports. Here's how things look in Rural America to Dr Andrew Pervy ahead of infectious diseases at the University of Utah Hospital, So the situation really has to be described his dire, especially in the northern Rockies and upper Midwest states that weren't hit that hard when the Corona virus raged in American cities last spring. Via traces the current crisis to colleges and schools here opening back up, as did sports and most extracurricular activities and states. Seeing the most new cases like Idaho, Wyoming, South Dakota have generally not good, many restrictions in place. Nor is there much enforcement on large gatherings because of the local politics. They're probably not As drastic as firm measures is, we really needed to turn the tide? So I think that situation in 2 to 4 weeks is going to be groom. Hospitalizations usually go up two weeks after a spike in cases deaths a month later. Hospitals in cities like Salt Lake, taken overflow patients from surrounding states, which had shortages of specialists and intensive care beds before the pandemic in North Dakota Cove in 19 hospitalizations were up 60% over this time last month, and it's not just capacity that stretched This week, The state said it would begin allowing medical staff who test positive for the virus, but asymptomatic to keep treating Covad patients here's Republican governor, Doug Burgum. This is particularly important for us to help get healthcare workers on keep them in the game at a time when health care workers is the key constraint in our ability to provide Care for everyone, Burgum says. Some people still don't believe the virus Israel he pleaded for them to be compassionate anyway, because hospitals are filling up. Kirk Siegler. NPR NEWS Boise
"doug burgum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"On our strategy of trying to save lives and livelihood is dual goal, not one or the other. And that makes the challenging and there's lots of people that have a lot of the box about what we should be doing different every day. But that hasn't changed. That hasn't changed since the first day of this thing on when you're climbing a mountain. The Normans climbed before, of course, a lot of people. I've got ideas about how you should declining it differently, and we listened to and take me back from everybody. Because we we've got enough humility to know that we can learn from burn from everybody and we listen, everybody Texture says if it wasn't the shutdowns or mask mandates is the fact that it It's mine. It's course in other states and it'll, it's in the process of running its course. Here. The changes made will not be the reason numbers eventually dropped. Sort of. It's going to do what it's going to do and you know, you hear that from folks as well. That you know you're you're arrogant. If you think you can you can you can, you know, stop this thing or prevent folks from getting it. It's sort of run its course. What do you say to that argument? Well, I think it's a new opinion. I don't know that there's anything that can that that could be backed up with, on fact, because places that have done whether it's other countries. You know, in Asia or Europe or whether it's other states where people have reduced transmissible moment. Either through more aggressive, you know, lockdowns or mandates are more aggressive. Compliance on unmasking you have less spread of infection means this virus can on Lee move from human human transmission. And when you say run its corners well, if people are further apart from each other, and it can move from person to person, it will run its course faster And so actually, human behavior can change. It doesn't eliminate the virus, but it can change the rate of transmission. And that's what we've been saying all along. Where again we're trying to slow the spread slow. The radio transmission reduced transmissible moments. And again you can do that. If you don't want to get Cove it then go someplace where you're away from all over humans. You're not going to get it because you're in on ly transmit human human so Reducing, you know, crowded area where people aren't masked up where they're talking loudly with There's bad ventilation system. There's proof, after proof have to prove that when you have those kinds of study You can have, you know, One person can affect a lot of people in an event like that. And so if we just eliminate those Those events, which is why our focus is keeping schools open. Schools have not been super spreaders. But it's the events where you've got a lot of spread that can occur and why this is more insidious than The flu. When people have the flu, or they feel horrible, they stay home. They don't cough in people's faces. They don't you know, get right up in their face and talk to him. But if you're asymptomatic, you could be a carrier. You can infect other people We thought, you know, happened to the president, United States. By a bunch of senators at a gathering at the White House that was outdoors, and so there is a we know we know how the thing works, and we know that human behavior can slow the rate of transmission and we're not You know, requiring people to do that. We're just asking people again to find their wives find out why they would want to be part of slowing the spread in believing the fact that their actions actually matter that we are all in this together. 2580550 in the local line to James and Cavalier for governor. Doug Burgum. Go ahead. My government. Save me and watch my wife. We run a whole big hair and we accepted that child care draft. Because of the uncertainty of what was going to happen. Mom, We talked our tax prepare and I talk a lot of people at state level. That's Grant will affect our We're on the affordable care act. So we can only make so much money on by accepting that grant, we're gonna eat what we could make and accept the affordable paragraph. Our act. Therefore, when it comes back time, we're going to be forced to pay back our entire subsidy. Okay, James Wars. There's a question there. But I know this is new learning for me, and we'll make sure if we cannot offline got get your get your name or we can not. Tracking down but I'll have Chris Jones team talk to you because I first time I've heard of display potential conflict between states Child care Emergency act around conflicting with a federal tax code, but we'll want to drill into it. If there's a solution there, helpyou hang on a second chance. If you would will get you information to Christians for the governor there and get you some answers. I would imagine a grants income, so I don't know if there's any other way to get out. They helped her child care without it being considered income by the tax man. As you say, attacks question more coming off.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"And register when you check out and pay the cashier there's going to be modification in the short term here as as time unfolds but we're gonna turn the microphones on into Jones god there's going to be live auctions again starting June second in our company but we're going to do it smart you know like Doug Burgum is said let's be smart about how we're going to do all this this just don't go hog wild and then this don't forget that we're still is still dealing with a pandemic and we want to be very cognizant of that but it's time for our profession to get back out in front of people but do it in a smart way and yet demean you notice obviously there is occasions where there are sales for people that are in a in a financial stress obviously other times with retirements or whatever but there's plenty of buyers out there right I mean you've even seen real good success with these options you know the you know you we could separate that from the land auctions in equipment auctions what surprised me this spring and baby I should be quite a surprise but the equipment auctions have gone really really well and I credit you know I could at the auction profession for delivering on online platform that works and I'm online platform that has integrity and it's trusted I mean that's a huge you know and that's been in progression for many many years and I'm not just talking about papers I'm talking about the entire profession when the when not yet online auction started years and years ago I think there was a certain degree of not mistrust but people were it not they were uncertain about it but now there's integrity in it they trust the system on the other hand to the bidders the bidders have stepped up the game you know the old did the baby boomers who are in their later years they have really adapted well to the technology they're standing there on their iPhones in their pickup or they're in their other computer in their office and they're betting online they have really stepped up this spring and I think they feel like they had to and you know for all of us to maybe it was a blessing in disguise you know it's going to change the landscape in the space of way our business operates but I think I still think the best option is a live auction was simultaneous online betting that's the best case scenario for the seller and for the buyer and you have the option to do a do what what you like best and that should have been working as well so fascinating.
"doug burgum" Discussed on We The People
"Let's now run through the major constitutional voting rights cases that are bubbling up in the lower courts up to the supreme court. And then ask our dream team of experts to give us the legal arguments on both sides. There are a series of controversies involving voter ID laws including North Dakota. Elsewhere, tell us about some of the major ones and help us set up the legal issues there. Yeah, we're talk about North Dakota for so this is gone back to twenty sixteen when we saw federal court case tackling the North Dakota ID law Doug Burgum. The governor of North Dakota at the time has had reestablishing signed into law. Another state voter I d requirement and that now that's made its way up to the courts. The last. We heard was from the supreme court they stayed the law and that'll go into effect in North Dakota. I'd love to hear from a panelist from from back toys on on. How weird starts to quote. A lot is what this means for the voters. One thing of note is that in North Dakota. It is the only state in which there is no formal formal voter registration system. So while they do have this voter. I d there isn't like other states you have to register by such and such date and prove your proof of residency through the voter registration. There's no sort of system in place for that. So this is kind of a different voter ID K. So for Nita to hear from you first. And then Michael about your thoughts on this North Dakota voter ID. Yes, that would be great and for Nita. You might give us a sense of what the broad constitutional challenges to voter ID laws are and what courts are holding on both sides of the issue. And then give us a sense of your thoughts with North Dakota case. Of course, so vote on D laws have been challenged over the last few years on a number of round so litigants have challenged on constitutional grounds as violating the fourteenth fifteenth amendments so the fourteenth amendment right to vote that it burns the right to vote and also the fifteenth amendment in terms of the ban on racial discrimination in voting on. They've also been challenged under the Voting Rights Act. I think against him were a success challenging challenge these laws under that provision. I'm the North Dakota law is interesting because I mean interested in a bad way in that it requires resonance to have a street address in North Dakota in the problem with that is that the quite a few native Americans who live on reservations where there are no street addresses in the state was well aware of this when they they passed this law, but the supreme court allowed it to go into effect, which is which is also unusual in the sense that the court generally does not permit laws that would change. Change the election rules, close to an election to to go into effect in as you know, we're only at this point eight days out from the mid terms. I think we were maybe a little over a month out when the supreme court allowed it to go into effect. And so the effect of this law is to to disenfranchise a significant portion of native Americans who don't have street addresses in because they also don't have a the supplemental information that they they will be able to use in order to. To to supplement their ID. That doesn't have a street address. They can come forward with for example, utility Bill or a cheque issued by the federal state or local government is so on in order to further verify their identification. But a lot of them don't even have that is. So the end result is that a significant percentage of native Americans in North Dakota are will be disenfranchised by this law. But one thing I guess ignored in this conversation is the fact that a significant portion of white people will also be this enfranchise because of this law. So one of the things that the district court found here was said almost sixty five thousand native voters don't possess qualifying voter ID under the new law. So I know we typically think about voter I be in how it affects communities of color, but it also affects white people in North Dakota's will in in other communities as well. And I think that's worth bringing into the conversation. So that we have understanding of how devastating. Voter ID can be in certain situations..
"doug burgum" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Amazed. Well, NASA's the right word. Overtaken with enthusiasm for the work that they were doing there. There are a lot of creative solutions coming out of North Dakota. And I thought why don't we give them a chance to tell us about what they're doing up there? I first off how big is cut. How many people ask me thirty third. Governor don. Governor Doug Burgum, and and the first lady Catherine Burgum. Welcome guys how many people are in North Dakota. Seven hundred seventy five thousand. I think that's the amount of people in my my apartment building. That's amazing. Well, it's a great state. But we've got we cover seventy one thousand square miles. So one of the challenges we album, we're trying to figure shoes like addiction and recovery is you know, how to do deliver services across not only our our metro areas, but also our ruler isn't. So that's one of the challenges that we face every day is distance. And they've got a they have what what's the name of the woman that was running your social services mental health services. Yeah. Catherine. So Pam is is they've got somebody heading up this organizing the services entered as an enlightened operational. Go ahead, Catherine tell your piece of this. Well, gosh, you know, I am so grateful for the opportunity to focus on addiction and recovery in our state, and I've been in recovery for over sixteen years now. And so, you know, I'm able to help talk about the disease chronic disease of addiction and help eliminate the shame and stigma in our state, and I really feel like we're making a difference. You know, we have we've done the first ever completed. The first ever stigma survey survey to measure, the baseline of stigma in our state, and that'll really help it for moving the needle and making the difference moving forward. And governor Burgum. You described to me also the the special sort of challenges of dealing with autonomous nations within your borders and trying to help them with these issues as well. Yes. I let me just say to Dr drew. Thank you so much on behalf of first lady and myself and everybody statewide conference having you here talking about that addiction is a disease. It's not a choice, the brain science fiction, again, all of that really helps us move the conversation forward. But yes, of course, we have we have some very proud historic and successful tribal nations within our borders, but they're also one of the populations that has been touched just like the rest of our seat because we feel addiction is touching every family every community and every organization in our state and one of the things we're also trying to do dishes. We battle addiction recovery is develop partnerships with the tribal nation, and the first lady herself has been doing a lot of outreach with the tribal youth and the big big issues there, but also big Africa. Change. For. Yes. Chrysler, th they they have no obligation to help out these nations within their bounds. They there's doing it to be to be helpful to be good neighbors. Help them solve their problems, which I think is extremely important. But go ahead. Learn you of a measure on the ballot coming up in November two I believe it's to pass recreational marijuana where do you guys stand on that? And how would that impact your efforts? Do you think? Well, it'll be interesting. We just on the November sixteen ballot state past medical marijuana of on a statewide initiated measure, and we're in the process of implementing that in North Dakota. There's very I'd say a wide open. Rules in terms of how initiated ballots. Measures can get on the ballot and the language. So this will there may be an opportunity for diverting people out of the criminal Justice system, which we're working on entre program called recovery because we know that we can't arrest or incarcerate art by a health problem. An addiction health problem. We can't do that at the same time this particular ballot initiative is certainly lacking in terms of the number of elements that would allow commonsense controls around around rounded being wide open. And then we have another challenge we've got order that's close to three hundred sixty miles long with Canada in Canada's going full legalization on October seventeenth, and that'll create some other interesting challenges. And of course, we're in a pathway between east and west where we've got stage to the west of us, Washington, Oregon, Colorado that are full recreational states, the east of us that are not. So there's a lot of trafficking right now large volumes coming through our state. So. The whole federal policy around where we've got it's illegal in the banking system in some states, regulating a number of issues, and there's opportunity here where we're policy could be improved which would help on the help issue health side of this. Do you guys have five minutes sorta because I want to give you a chance to talk to us about where you're going to be next and what other initiatives you work in. I know governor Berg keep seeing you on various committees and organization working with the White House. You have made it to hang out with us. Sure. Okay. Hang on one second. That's the governor of North Dakota Doug Burgum and the first lady, Catherine Burgum, and this midday live chef Jamie Gwen here. Join me every Sunday for delicious conversation, you'll hear from celebrity chefs.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Ho whether utility a university company education the governor's office should confirms be free republican doug burgum other certain accepted places rock concert uh tickets private where parties uh and meals students on uh xl have energies benefited dime for a long burgum also when it's time watched the game for from the a sweet text at there us bank uh stadium extravagance critical state lawmakers of are not basically happy that paying burgum for was the university also education talking with ad top infinitum utility executives during in the that us time fox's and canada can duffy we bergamo's don't have office that tradition says that they reimburse people are the paying utility usually more than incurring sixty great confirmed that dead after a what passenger the they plane they crashed should be going in to iran places where their learning fox things news first of all we whether or report not indoctrinated you and decide secondly whether free to uh uh basically converse about ideas that is the original meaning the definition of a university uh would you say that we are in the midst of a a culture war there's no question we've been the close to war and we are in a cultural war uh the people the lament that uh they'll be bike to pay for it over but we are i think uh w in terms of western civilization versus other parts of the world than the culture war but certainly in north america between the ideological forces we are in the courtroom were an end to the sheep and form of the culture war uh certainly heats up and goofed out at certain points in time but we are in a cultural war you see that uh television you see that uh in in various media you certainly see that social media uh you see it and literature and the very much very much for us and in the political discourse is there a tipping point a point at which are concerned that a culture war could lead to civil war is that even is that even it does worthy of scholarships to be know into into violence the times in that the that's of course uh a great concern when you have a the conservative speaker going through university.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WTRH
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"doug burgum" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So we talked about last week excuse me in terms of part of me in terms of jaguars head coach doug burgum now what the super bowl ripe just yet what i ha i said halted got nothing to say it won't fit when people hack it makes me laugh choice i'm sorry it's the worst feeling ever it is when you're on the air oh no i'll talk a little bit belotti eventual segment almighty in the body across the way about muana piece of watch that was the boys like all if more while one oakland bawana not cartoon yes disney movies disney yesterday great movie very entertaining but i got through all that and he come on the end i basically hack up the just yes that well all i want to say before we will want all topic i went to the place i had a nice eggs sandwich this morning yeah says zero to do it up this is not inside topic this is real topic in a move suggested a really good egg joint and a glass delicious a scorched illustrate back i had a back it was delicious economic and she life so pepe catch and we didn't agree with me so i don't know from going to guantanamo renewable sought banks pal i'm sorry so when you are greek the no gay who have some lysol now with good good good let's talk about the who doesn't watch or who doesn't want football i'm sorry i apologise never had that reaction clerking drew i wanted to ask you bottom of the first hour you ready to the men drew angry rams on fire that was the title of his asthma interview bullish it's tight last week we told you about doug mirell jaguars head coach now watching suit no he doesn't he doesn't one at beat us watch this he said no i know we have a we only have audio yes san marino watch football so noted no on washboard she noted so.
"doug burgum" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To reports the nfl's edges just said is planning on keeping players in the locker room next season your reaction is this could go in every direction echoed the first option is anger it's unpatriotic the second choices i agree wait too divisive the third choices i can see both sides the fourth choices no reaction and if that your choice flip off our show did not specify have you had little reaction to that news yeah you hand the gambia attaching yeah i think everybody has to have reaction utopia did you vote yet i did not vote neither did i'll yet but are going hop on tiki interior eurovote reprimand me from a vote you have even i haven't voted other items the i don't know which you under the vote idle that's why did i got to think about it because i can't see both sides it does anger me it is too divisive i mean it's a it's a tough one to wind down by be necessary because the league needs to get rid of the negativity that it causes for the optics or the i don't have is no reaction yeah so that's the one thing that is not in play fleet you know reaction to any i hear you that we did others cut this guy's blue a little hectic linked to hasten their hit the purple today take all right so get it's doug burgum covered up next we'll get some calls as well eight five five two one two fortytwo seven guys we great on the phones all week here we do have a lotta guest today's if you want to jump and get some thoughts of the game something that we already hit on whether it's the anthem as well get it now get a next segment inbounds out of bounds covered up he even call of the jaguars looking forward to chat with him were brooks at the tampa bay bucks their whole the fan linebacker and sri wayne's the vikings quarterback so whether it's brady and even jalen rose going on his boy paul pierce a little bit that was interesting we'll get to that deakin theory cbs sports radio interior any on cbs sports radio.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Out don't they ed times they're very very useful and it's your own private home there's no expectation of privacy in there that room by the way i know the laws of illinois uh if i had put it in a bathroom that would have been a different situation uh but uh so we were well within the the the law and has anybody us in your business or your your a chair home to do that uh but in this case the woman that owns the operation her name is rebecca brock meyer she's the founder and owner of this company i'm talking about tales are wagging way again snatched dropped her jeez governor tells are tales are wagon doggy daycare she was appalled and she fired the worker odyssey and revoked the franchise license from licensee on never in a millionaire thought something like this would happen this and i said it does not encompass our company and our business and we do not supported we do not condone it and we're taking every action that we can to right all of the rebels remember doug burgum of that assembly muscles will the door detect the rivers swollen similar goods miller host of legal instruments with crucial basket of legal issue ludwig's fred delman budi dude all's well that ends well uh mike has leo back leos fine uh mike is satisfied uh shows a couple of coupons involved you're for future stays that the old tales are wagon moral of the story don't go to mexico uh morals story don't go to mexico and adopt to care from pause speakers are a lot less trouble they can take care of him south throat so for those we want everything deregulated in one everything deregulator right deal does shudder down drain the swamp i hope you're immune system who good shape i'll explain coming up at nine thirty seven.
"doug burgum" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The grass show who that i'm the green will the pie doug burgum is cbs sports radio ari grad lager y'all man lobby a good thank you for waking had rather been the thought to the bottom in because it can handle the macho man randy service but rather coop pretty tough at better call now eight five five two one two wars cbs nfl week fourteen is upon us the playoff implications do you want your coach gm fire come on has got to be a bunch of their sit around on all his guy anymore but i wonder if you're kansas city chiefs fan or you sit around on you know what if the war is done get it done and they cried do mold tanka palooza this year cheetah we need a load can maybe get somebody else in there not that i'm encouraging the chief the fire any read because even though andy reid is flawed he is still a great football coach but i'm on your thoughts eight five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven we'll get into some college football stuff next hour i got a whole grabbag of stuff in college football the kind of empty the tank on as i am back here on cbs sports radio well at least for two weeks here in your saturday two pm two six pm in the east or as i would say the honey do listers orao rolling around on the west coast right now because in two weeks we will have the cbs sports college basketball classic so i will give the old bomb or reno the day before christmas eve which will be interesting but you've got me now until.
"doug burgum" Discussed on WDRC
"For instance that barreling sibera hundred sixty of the toughest gun lie with found that will also found bones all what she cool wool stokes i'm here comes the theory shipments theory and i have to stress eat the theory at the moment because we haven't got enough archaeological fossil evidence all uh large amounts of wolves doug burgum some have been found an area with that a round this time and we do know that the dope was domesticated roughly around that time um human beings go into a sort of him by on cooperation with the wolf dogs now simple to strengthen our the wolves no adult are a hybrid creature of from from from the test that has been done at dessert theory at assumed that this was done accidentally at first and then perhaps deliberately after that that that homo sapiens might have deliberately tried to domesticate uh wolves to become a hunting companion or that it was done in some other fashion it really ought to know the answer to that question we probably never will it might simply thought it with human very efficiently killing woolly mammoth with no dogs will look doak commons covington that humans may framed with the wool dogs and and then gradually they become more domesticated but what shipment believe than an infant several other experts believe happened is that around time human being it domesticate these lethal combat men that they have a hunting path i am that meant it could mean it easy took who i'm i'm kill only momma it's a very very big of very dangerous animal if you've got a packed and the undertows was one of the key things as well weren't able to kill think they didn't have the longdistance weapons let throwing bills or anything like that we invented those simon world curate's book talk four net geo he's a freelance writer and i'm speaking about of a theory a three only at this point that human beings homo sapiens may have.
"doug burgum" Discussed on AP News
"In japan them in the us in fact it would be hard to find a culture that celebrates robots more since japan forged a big push toward robotics in the 1990s it now leads the world and robots per ten thousand workers in the auto sector workplaces across the us them the world are being transformed by technology global pressures so as more employers moved shrink were revamped their worksites many employees are struggling to adapt one factor in japan's different take on automation is the lifetime employment system major japanese companies generally retain workers even if their abilities become outdated the system also trains them for other task within the same company instead of eliminating them a wisconsin man accidentally shot himself in the heart with a nail gun doug burgum was working on a house in june when it happened he told the associated press he initially thought the nail had nicked his chest until he tugged to the sweatshirt birgerson than him truck and drove to a hospital about ten minutes away the doc drew who operated on since that it was difficult to say how deeply the nail penetrated but he did say it left a bruise and a whole in his heart and the doctor said the nail was a fraction of an inch from a major artery the future of selfdriving cars has led fiat chrysler to team up with bmw and intel to develop a system the latest in a series of deals and partnerships announced by karn tech companies as they raced to deploy selfdriving vehicles the company said the system will be used by auto makers worldwide and it'll be flexible so they can keep their unique brand identities fiat chrysler already has.
"doug burgum" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"We can go back through 25 user history with dealing with north korea but the fact of the matter as we are at a point in time where choices will do has to be made one way or the other none of these choices are particularly vulnerable none of them are good the car acquaintances of doing nothing is not good the consequences of accepting them with a nuclear weapon the construct content a united states is not good the consequences of armed conflict is not good the consequences of a you know a collapse north korea is not good in the end as a wide variety of serious so the idea of the bad the downsides of very off of all his options are bad that's true they are that doesn't relieve us of the responsibility of choice uh and uh and and we are going to have to make conscious decisions that they're going to have significant consequences and um and i'll just stop there but it would be it to be a pretty picture i can tell you that be good it i'm not going to be a pretty picture the korean war began june 20th 1950 it has never and it it it seems to me to be about to resume in a hot way and you ought to be praying for our troops in for the civilians in the goodness if i was an american i get the hell out of seoul's if i was a career i move out of seoul uh in the meantime we wanna keep our eyes well and other parts of the world suffering uh august says when you can't do any about career you can help the people of haiti north dakota's governor doug burgum yesterday appealed to president trump to declare his state a federal disaster area a because it will bring aid that the drought is impacting 82 north dakota company coq ten counties in i believe in that north dakota does have a drought but it ain't nothing like the drought in haiti to you at i can fix that donald trump can and should the disaster proclamations for north dakota but you at i can help haiti you can call eight five five.
"doug burgum" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"We need to know so we're going to we're going to devote this hour to unpacking that artichoke and right now before we do that people listen to this program know every day we're gonna talk to you about food for the poor okay you know when they're doing a camera they you know about that renewed for the poor there are lau organizations that have huge overhead and they don't get the money to the people this is the opposite that is why not just the ecotax a show but all of salem media works with food for the poor our our our our guru of operations here mr phil boys has been to haiti with food for the poor tom trout up has been a lot of the salem people have been boots on the ground they have seen the work of food for the poor the reason that we do this is because food for the poor is an extraordinary organization if you research them you can find this out there are people starving children starving in haiti right now now we know that haiti always has difficulties to say the least but right now there's been a drought uh president trump was appealed to literally yesterday north dakota governor doug burgum appeal to the president president trump to declare his state a federal disaster area because listen to this it will help rush aid in the current drought that is impacting eighty two north dakota counties unfortunately president trump can't sign a declaration to help drought victims in haiti you get this that that that that that in haiti fifty dollars can feed a kit for a year right now so we talk about having problems here we can't we can't begin to compare our very real problems with the problems of kids in haiti so we we need to reach out and because you know our government really can't do anything about this it's it's up to you and me and you know here's the good news it's up to you and me we can actually do something about this so my part is to ask you to go to metaxas talk dot com to see what you can give the tollfree numbers eight four four eight six three four six seven three but metaxas talk dot com.