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Fresh update on "indiana" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

Thom Hartmann Program

00:48 sec | 6 hrs ago

Fresh update on "indiana" discussed on Thom Hartmann Program

"Jerry and Chester Virginia You are on the air with congressman Connor Hello guys how you doing Congressman as far as you know is Nancy Pelosi going to schedule the bipartisan vote for Monday Yes or no And I don't think Jerry I don't think she's going to schedule a vote that will not pass And we've been very clear in the progressive caucus that we will not be voting for it if there is if the reconciliation bill isn't there And so she's not going to put it on the floor if the votes aren't there Jan and Aetna green Indiana you are on the air with congressman Connor Good afternoon representative Connor I would like to know if you voted for the Iron Dome for Israel I know the standard boilerplate state matrix as well.

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House votes to protect abortion rights amid state challenges

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

House votes to protect abortion rights amid state challenges

"The U. S. house votes to protect abortion rights in a mostly symbolic gesture Washington Democrats say abortion rights are under threat after the Supreme Court allowed a Texas law that would ban most abortions in the state to take affect yourself speaker Nancy Pelosi this is about freedom about freedom of women have choices that the size and timing of their families on Friday the house passed legislation two hundred eighteen to two hundred and eleven that would guarantee a woman's right to an abortion but Republican opposition will doom the measure in the Senate no Republicans voted for the legislation congresswoman Jackie Walorski a Republican from Indiana spoke on the house floor my colleagues on the other side remain obsessed with killing unborn babies in the name of female empowerment Jennifer king Washington

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"indiana" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

#WhoWouldWin

08:04 min | 3 d ago

"indiana" Discussed on #WhoWouldWin

"Gotta stay grounded fun fact. It's pretty well known that lara croft character began as shameless ripoff of indiana jones. And originally she was planned to be just another male protagonist before the team at core design reconsidered but even after deciding that she was going to be a sheep. Her original name was laura cruise but the uk based team liked the name but they really wanted to lean on the character being british so they opened up a local phone book and they've found the closest name they could to laura crews and it was lara croft in the phone book. So that is lara croft. People have not been using books for years. And you've just demonstrated exactly why you we still need these things to be at the. I mean this was nineteen night mid nineties. Phone book still had to use back then. The internet was still barely thing. That is true. That's true. I will done right now. Here the details for indiana jones. Indiana jones is created by george lucas and first appeared in raiders of the lost ark. Back in nineteen eighty-one reno archaeologist professor in nazi hater indiana jones born to medieval history professor henry jones and his wife anna and he spent much of his youth traveling the world with his father before his mother died of scarlet fever indie growing restlessness. Teenage years joined up with pancho via for short time before enlisting the belgian army to fight in world war one after returning from the war indian rolled in the university of chicago. God is green archaeology and secured a job as a professor at marshall. College despite being gifted professor indiana jones continued his adventures and put his world-class archaeological skills to the test. Numerous times to cover some of the world's greatest secrets as well as defeating the forces of evil trying to find them. And here's interesting. Fact about indiana jones. Did you know there's a very strong. James bond connection the indiana jones franchise and that. It's not just sean connery. it's true. Sure sean connery played india. Joan indiana jones father in the third installment of the film franchise however indiana. Jones himself was inspired. By the james bond franchise rumor. Has it that george. Lucas and steven spielberg wanna beach in hawaii. Waiting for the crisis for star wars to come in. Because you know that's the thing to do when all of a sudden lucas told spielberg about his idea for indiana jones. The conversation started when spielberg said he'd always wanted to direct a bond film and lucas said he had a better idea. That's when indiana jones was really born. And now you have the facts about opponents rama. Do you have any questions before we get started. I have one question for ray. Are you sure. You don't want to pick laura croft. Uk citizen as the version of lara. Croft you'd like to battle that you know. I did a lot of research into the survivor version. Not as much into you know what. Change it up. We're gonna use uk citizen. You know what. I'll stick with my research. I'm going to stick with robert very convincing. But i'm going to stick with the with the version. I got okay okay. And then james. You said the version of indiana jones using involves all of the movies that we know starring harrison ford but also the video games and does that include young. Indiana jones does that include the river phoenix character from the third film. It does leaving anything in particular out. I'm actually leaving something kind of interesting out. There's been a number of different series of indiana jones. Comic books and there was a later series in the nineties. That actually is not canon however the series in the eighties. That came out kind of in the middle when the movies were coming out is considered part of the lore of indiana jones. So i will be using the and oddly enough. This works to raise favor. The more fantastical comic book series came out the nineties. Where crazier stuff happen. I'll stick more with stuff kind of more line with indiana. Jones did got it. Those were my only questions now. Gentlemen please proceed to your battle. I love an ra. Go ahead and hit us with your point number. One point number one for lara croft. Let's talk about her weapons and equipment because one big thing that lara croft is going to have an advantage over. Indiana jones is the fact that indiana jones was a long time ago. He's from the early nineteen hundreds. You know he fought actual during actual times. When actual nazis where thing that means that the weapons equipment etc that he's going to be using while outstanding for their era are not going to necessarily hold a candle to some of the weapons and equipment. That lara croft will have today. They didn't necessarily have these type of grenade launchers at the ready back in world war two at least not the way in the stability in the handling that they have them today to. Let's talk about her weapons and equipment first off the twin pistols. Lara croft since day. One has been going full. John woo odd her enemies without even thinking about it she uses two pistols and she shoots rapid fire. One thing about both of these universes is if you get hit by a bullet. It affects you. You don't shake off bullets in the tomb. Raider or indiana jones. World's we've seen one shot to the head takeout just about anybody in both of these worlds. Whether they'd be a fantastical tomb. Raider action sequence or a bar in cairo for indiana jones. Additionally i think she has the advantage with hand ahead weapons. Indy has whip obviously james. I'm sure you'll bring plenty about that. But laura brings a red climbing acts which wasn't so much a thing in her original iteration but it's a huge part of her character in the survivor story. Line a climbing accident. She could use to hit the side of a mountain or ice sheet and pull herself up. But it's also very very sharp pointed and very very sharp lengthwise to the point where she can sneak up behind people using stealth to her advantage. Because she's very good at being quiet and in creating dark areas. We'll talk about that later. But she sneaks up behind people in slits their throat or puncture some with the climax. She's able to pull the stealth move on indiana jones. He ain't gonna see it coming and she's gonna take that climbing acts and she's going to take him out with it she also in the newer iteration is fond of using a bow now. Indiana jones says his pistol whip. He doesn't really have an answer for a bo. We've seen him run away from bow wielding characters quite a bit and she has special additions. Enhancements if you will that she could put on the arrows whether that be fire explosive one that creates a poison cloud in my favorite one that causes fear and causes. That person who gets hit in the kind of scarecrow gas to attack their enemies and become basically useless to combat situation. Heck she has a silver strike bowl at one point that can pierce multiple enemies at the same time shooting upwards of what is it three shots at the same time fantastic. Additionally she's a genius she craft equipment or healing supplies on the fly based on her knowledge of the world around her of the of the herbs that she finds she can create healing balms using those heck mystical artifacts. I think so. We're not could actually use them. Of course that would be completely outrageous. But let's face it lower cross bit around mystical artifact or two and there's no telling where you might find i don't wanna bring up any specific examples because that would be unsporting of me but let's say you'd never know what she's going to have and that's my point number one. Okay so let me just start this off saying lower. Property is absolutely fantastic character. Bad ass deathly. You gotta respect everything that she brings the tables in terms of stealth. That's pretty cool. That she's stealthy. I will bring up. Indiana jones actually trained in espionage and infiltration methods in so stealth is also thing he can do. Let's see the bow. Quick question and fast. Because maybe i miss it. How many times has indiana jones hit with a with an arrow. 'cause he's been shot at with an arrow many many times. I mean he's had clouds arrows. Come adam and not been hit. That.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 6 d ago

Tiny Spiders (MM #3833)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason for some reason here in Nashville, we have a lot of tiny spiders, and they can live anywhere from outside inside to on my automobile. I've got a teeny tiny spider that lives inside my rearview mirror on the left hand side of my car, the driver's mirror, and I'll go in and sweep out the spiderweb every couple of days when I go driving, and I park the car, come back in the next day, another small spider web going from the window or from the car body to the actual side view mirror. Now what's interesting is this has been going on all summer long. And I've driven to Indiana a couple of times. I've been through Kentucky a couple of times, and the spider, if it's the same one, keeps on living. I don't know much about tiny spiders and how long their life expectancy is. But at least one or maybe a bunch of baby spiders live inside the rearview mirror housing on the side of my car. I'm impressed by their ingenuity. The fact that they've been able to survive so long kind of funny how they find their place and live and go through their life trying to trap things to be able to survive in their little spider webs and no matter how big and mean I am. I come swipe them away. They just start back from scratch all over again and keep on living.

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Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Ridder Helps No. 8 Bearcats Rally for 38-24 Win at Indiana

"Cincinnati forced for Indiana turnovers into thirty eight to twenty four win the number eight Bearcats trailed fourteen to nothing in the second quarter but grabbed the lead for good early in the fourth two plays stood out for three on Cincinnati a ninety nine yard kickoff return by tree talker and a Hoosier fumble on the Bearcats two in the fourth quarter Cincinnati cornerback Desmond Ridder passed for two hundred ten yards going to have time or or even were down fourteen on the wasn't loan faces there wasn't you know heads down or anything I use single caller Michael Penix was picked off three times as the un ranked Hoosiers fall to one in two Tom McCabe Bloomington Indiana

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Sanctuary Cities? How About Sanctuary Pipelines?

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last week

Sanctuary Cities? How About Sanctuary Pipelines?

"To charlie kirk is on the platform and he says you know what if we had testicular fortitude in states. Run by the gop. We should say things like every state that had the xl pipeline. We're going to say okay. Democrats want sanctuary. Cities we're going to have sanctuary pipelines. Screw the feds way reinstating. The contracts with the xl pipeline. And you you buy them can send the feds to arrest. American workers building those pipelines. Isn't i was really an address. Isn't it time for some hard balka. look i. i think it's important to play by the rules that are established sanctuary cities. Our thing there sanctuary there. There are thing for everybody. Either the congress gets to make laws you know like the whole remember. I well you. you weren't indiana. I'm bill i'm only in an anti you make a law and if you're not going to enforce the law than there is no law there's only power now. I'd prefer it not be like that. I didn't want it to change. But if it has okay. Because you know i i see three choices. We we either go back to a civil society. Run by a rule of law or we win because we're stronger or the left wins because they're stronger. I prefer number one. I can live with number. Two and i will fight for against number

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Riding Shotgun (MM #3821)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Riding Shotgun (MM #3821)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been driving for nearly 45 years, and throughout most of that, I've seldom been the passenger in a vehicle. I'm usually the driver, and it's by choice. Now when I was younger, of course, I was the first of my friends to have their own car, so it kind of made sense. I was the driver. Whenever I drive around with my wife, especially if we go on trips, I'm the driver. And while it may seem like it's a control thing, it's really not. It's about not being a good shotgun writer. I'm never good in the passenger seat, and it's not because I got to control things. It's because I'm not as comfortable in the passenger seat. Passenger seats in the front seats sit differently than driver seats. I can't understand it. I can't explain it, but I don't fit as well in a passenger seat of a car, especially in the front seat. I really realize that the other day when we were coming home from an Indiana trip, I was just exhausted. The little ones had warned me out, I hadn't gotten much sleep, and I just couldn't make the whole trip by myself, which normally do. So my wife drove the last hour hour and a half or so. We pulled over and I got in the pasture seat and I couldn't get comfortable. Riding shotgun is not for me.

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Riding Shotgun (MM #3821)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Riding Shotgun (MM #3821)

"The mason minute. With Kevin mason. I've been driving for nearly 45 years, and throughout most of that, I've seldom been the passenger in a vehicle. I'm usually the driver, and it's by choice. Now when I was younger, of course, I was the first of my friends to have their own car, so it kind of made sense. I was the driver. Whenever I drive around with my wife, especially if we go on trips, I'm the driver. And while it may seem like it's a control thing, it's really not. It's about not being a good shotgun writer. I'm never good in the passenger seat, and it's not because I got to control things. It's because I'm not as comfortable in the passenger seat. Passenger seats in the front seats sit differently than driver seats. I can't understand it. I can't explain it, but I don't fit as well in a passenger seat of a car, especially in the front seat. I really realize that the other day when we were coming home from an Indiana trip, I was just exhausted. The little ones had warned me out, I hadn't gotten much sleep, and I just couldn't make the whole trip by myself, which normally do. So my wife drove the last hour hour and a half or so. We pulled over and I got in the pasture seat and I couldn't get comfortable. Riding shotgun is not for me.

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No. 18 Iowa's Defense Silences No. 17 Indiana, 34-6

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 weeks ago

No. 18 Iowa's Defense Silences No. 17 Indiana, 34-6

"Eighteenth ranked Iowa cruised to a thirty four six win over number seventeen Indiana as Riley moss returned two first half interceptions for touchdowns no gameplay kind of come in was you know stop the big big plays stay on top is that's what we kind of did we we we made him work for their for their garden for the points so that's kind of what was was praised was staying on top you know doing your job bring your keys known responsibilities I intercepted quarterback Michael Penix three times and had a fourth wiped out by a roughing the passer call Tyler Goodson rushed for ninety nine yards and a touchdown for the Hawkeyes Goodson at a fifty six yard scoring run on the fourth offensive play quarterback Spencer Petras had a nine yard TD run panics threw for one hundred fifty six yards I'm the ferry

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Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | 3 weeks ago

Nancy Pelosi Blocks Members of Congress From Honoring Fallen Military Service Members

"Who are the democrats. It's not just biden yesterday. The speaker of the house the most powerful democrat outside of the white house obstructed the reading of the names of our servicemen and women killed in kabul yes. Nancy pelosi refused to allow a double amputee. Brian mass combat veteran to go through with the reading of the thirteen. Who died because of biden's decisions. Well we will pay them tribute here on america first. These are those who gave the ultimate sacrifice and did so unnecessarily marine corps lance corporal. David l. espinosa twenty years. Old texas marine corps sergeant nicole g. twenty twenty-three sacramento california marine corps staff. Sergeant darren hoover thirty one salt lake city Staff sergeant ryan see now. It's twenty three tennessee. Marine corps corporal hunter lopez twenty two years old california marine corps lance corporal riley j. mccollum twenty years old jackson wyoming marine corps lance corporal. Dylan merola twenty years. Old california marine corps lance corporal kareem nikolai twenty years. Old california marine corps sergeant. Joe hannie rosarito pichad twenty five years old lawrence massachusetts marine corps corporal humberto sanchez. Twenty two indiana marine corps loves corporal. Jared m schmitz twenty montana navy hospital coleman max soviak twenty two years old berlin heights ohio then lastly marine corps coporo dagan w page twenty-three omaha nebraska. They gave the last full measure so authors could live but they needn't have died

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We Need to Look Beyond the Holocaust and Celebrate Israel

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:27 min | Last month

We Need to Look Beyond the Holocaust and Celebrate Israel

"My question to you is no you weren't. You're answering straight on. I was saying that you're having a problem with it. The holocaust is presented without The good news on the other side. Which is the founding the miraculous after two millennia. Founding of israel's is an astonishing thing however you look at it but the story. I mean look this goes back to aristotle when you're talking about plot or anything that you know that the worse something is the i it makes the story better and you have nothing worse really in history than than the holocaust and so But it are you saying that it's just that people only focus on that and that they don't come out on the other side to the founding of national israel yes i is in essence. That is where you know. My father used to joke. Always don't put the emphasis on the wrong celebral and You know this we say ourselves to This is what it is. It's a. The emphasis was wrong. From america's perspective i hear the jews telling they have one shot at the mall in washington right. They're not going to give us another museum. We're going to tell the story of the jewish people. And i'm thinking of kids who come from. I don't know anywhere denver. They come from indiana. Come to the come to the center of of this magnificent country where you have the air and space museum and you have the national gallery and where you have the lincoln. The i don't have to tell you. How splendid washington should be people what it should resonate. And what did the jewish people decided to place there. A holocaust museum. We should have put up the bible museum. If we're going to put up a bible museum but we put up the holocaust museum. Now i can understand. Let let me just say i understand. I knew l. e. l. very well and i know almost everyone i grew up with was a survivor of one kind or another. I understand the impulse of it. Jews have to carry this. Have to mourn this and have to be with it forever but if one was going to bring a story to the world then the story should not be of the nazi victory which is really i would say that. Part of that is the triumph of antisemitism. I mean that's what. The holocaust museum displays the triumph of antisemitism. What else is it

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Did You Know These Birds Nest Multiple Times a Year?

American Birding Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Did You Know These Birds Nest Multiple Times a Year?

"Centurions are really cool because you know they come through in may with all the other birds they will be singing improper habitat right where they should be right up until it's time to breed and they go north up into minnesota and southern canada and they breed but then they come back here in august and they breathe again and they have a second they have a completely second breeding territory and time in in august here in illinois and wisconsin iowa and so on indiana and then i have read recently and i'll have to double check this. They go down to the south and do it a third time. Oh yeah data really volley in jenny's part of the world that's a pretty common thing in the monsoon like there's a bunch of birds that are known for that you'll go kuku bang one of the one of the more more famous ones but yeah i mean cuckoos are just so weird. That's that's another really great late summer bird because when the when the fall web worms at least where i am. Start coming out and you know late. Summer sometimes the cuckoo's when they start moving south lose. Just stop where. There's an infestation of follwed worms and just have a second brood just randomly and so you'll end up getting these weird. Juvenile fledgling cuckoo's all dark bills. Which as you can see kind of a kind of a species in the in the late summer and the fall and up. But of course they have like little stubby little tales like kuku pits or something but Yeah yeah this another kind of classic late summer breeder that can that can cause problems. Identification problems if you're not if you're not ready for it

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Two Women Killed in Indiana Automotive Plant Shooting

Word on the Street

00:13 sec | Last month

Two Women Killed in Indiana Automotive Plant Shooting

"Two women are dead after a gunman opened fire at a central Indiana automotive plant. The Clinton County sheriff's Office is the shooting happened around 4 15 in the parking lot of the NHK seating of America plant near Frankfurt.

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U.S. Veterans Are Disappointed With How the War in Afghanistan Is Ending

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

01:58 min | Last month

U.S. Veterans Are Disappointed With How the War in Afghanistan Is Ending

"Afghanistan. Throughout the past 20 years, thousands of Indiana men and women have been deployed their news eight Stanley Johnson talked to two men who served they explain why what's happening now It's hard to watch the sights and sounds of a struggling country. It could be argued. They're going to be worse off now than they were before we got there. 2021. This is America. That's not what we stand for more than just the latest headlines for staff Sergeant Brian Alvey and Sergeant first class Joshua Workman. I can sit down and rationally make out a list of all the reasons why we should To win which we should have went, Um they attacked us. And I can list out all the things that we did good, but you put it all together and you sit down and you watch what just happened, and it's really hard to convince yourself. That this was not All for not what was the point you know, Calvi's first tour in Afghanistan was in 2004. But over the years he spent more time there. He got to know the people and to this day has kept in touch with them until recently. It's hard. I mean, you work with these people for months on end, no different than the people I shared with in uniform or you. You work with at your place of employment. You develop a relationship with these people are just want good things for their family. No different than people over here. No different than us. They're just in a different Place on the planet. It's something he says. You can only understand if you were there a sentiment felt by workmen who served two tours in Afghanistan, from 2003 to 2004 and again from 2010 to 2011. I would like people to not believe what you're hearing in regards to Afghan Soldiers are cowards and not willing to fight. I I stood next to them, but we were. We've been shot at and took a mortar attacks and they're not afraid they run towards the fight to as the Taliban takes over. He's worried about what will happen to all of the Afghan allies who tried to help for the past 20 years. They are proud of their country. What are you supposed to do with your country when it

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Indiana Notifying 750K After COVID-19 Tracing Data Accessed

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Indiana Notifying 750K After COVID-19 Tracing Data Accessed

"Indiana health officials are advising some residents their personal data was improperly accessed by a cyber security company the Indiana department of health says the state was notified last month the company had gained unauthorized access to data from an online code nineteen contact tracing survey it included names addresses birth dates and ethnicity about three quarters of a million people were affected but the department says there was no access to social security numbers or medical information a spokeswoman says the cyber security company involved is up guard and that it confirmed last week it's destroyed the data and hasn't released it to any other entity I'm Jackie Quinn

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College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:23 min | Last month

College Football Rankings: Alabama Is No. 1 in 2021 Preseason AP Poll

"Today was an important day. remember last week. We got the coaches poll. Today we got the paul what it looked just like the last week. Oh come on what's going on here. Alabama's number one but oklahoma's number two clemson. You have been demoted. Clemson's only number three in the ohio. State georgia so you now have a three versus five matchup. Thank that matchup gets worse. Every time we look at it just kidding. Of course am number six. I was state. Cincinnati notre dame north. Carolina made the top ten north carolina in the top. Ten in football. What's wrong what's wrong with that. Paul doesn't seem right at all. Here's the rest oregon. Wisconsin florida miami. Miami was I think in the top ten or eleven in the other poll. They're not in this one. Ucla issue number sixteen. Indiana iowa penn state washington. Turn the page. It's the newest team. The longhorns coastal louisiana texas and louisiana play in the opening game utah in arizona. State assuming they have a team this year. With some of the off the field problems they've been encounter.

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Supreme Court Justice Won't Block College Vaccine Mandate

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Justice Won't Block College Vaccine Mandate

"Supreme Court justice Amy Coney Barrett has refused to block a plan by Indiana University to require students and employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen its action was in response to an emergency request from eight students who wanted the High Court to issue an order barring the university from enforcing the mandate the policy does have religious and medical exemptions in seven of the eight students qualify for religious exemptions however exempts students must be tested twice a week students who don't get vaccinated will have their registration cancelled and workers who don't comply will lose their jobs the plan requires about ninety thousand students in forty thousand employees and seven campuses to get vaccinated for the fall semester my camp in Washington

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Supreme Court Declines Request by Indiana University Students to Block COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

Coronavirus 411

00:18 sec | Last month

Supreme Court Declines Request by Indiana University Students to Block COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"The supreme court said yes. Universities can impose a vaccine mandate on students and faculty it declined to block a mandate at indiana university or provide emergency relief requested by some students who said the mandate violates their constitutional right to bodily integrity under the fourteenth amendment

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Disney Finds Its Magic

CNBC's Fast Money

01:48 min | Last month

Disney Finds Its Magic

"Disney that stocks surging higher and the after hours. Let's get straight to christina parts and envelopes with the details. Hi christina courtney. So the transformation from media legacy to direct to consumer conglomerate appears unabated with disney's latest. Q3 results the company posted a larger-than-expected beat on the top line. Coming in at eighty cents a share with be with revenue at seventeen billion dollars disney's newest bread and butter. The almost two year old disney plus streaming platform brought in one hundred sixteen million paid subscribers. Higher-than-expected see bob chepe weighs in on the call. Right now. breakout hits from our beloved grand including pictures and marvel's walkie and the falcon in the winter. Soldier has contributed to strong engagement and new subscriber growth in court disney plus market and we have continued to launch this before in new markets around the world that worth noting the average monthly revenue per paid subscriber for disney plus decreased by forty six cents because they added new subscribers in indiana lower price point and even though there are still no meet and greet mickey and minnie the theme park division posted. Its first profit. Since the of the pandemic revenue at the parks experiences and products segment jumped three hundred seven point six percent to four point three billion and recall the marble star scarlett johansson who filed a lawsuit over the simultaneous release a black widow in theaters and on disney streaming seeing. It breached her contract and hurt financially. Well the ceo. Bob capex said on the call that it was the right strategy to meet the broadest possible audience and that they're doing what they believe is in the best interest of their constituents as well as the film and i'll end just on this. They talked about the dividend just moments ago. They said they won't they don't anticipate bringing about the dividend or repurchasing shares until Events have

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:21 min | 3 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"To be bigger, which means you could have fewer of them. Well, I think you raise a really good point, and that all the more reason to have Competitive districts so that everyone needs can be taken into account. The rural counties have very valid issues to be addressed, as do the metropolitan areas, and so are state needs both the dynamism Of the urban centers with all of it, their diversity of economic and demographic and other diversity. But we also honor and want to, uh Support those in the in the less populated, Um Districts. I mean counties, so all the more reason to have competitive districts where everyone's interests are brought to the table, and we have less polarization. In the in our deliberations about civic issues. On that issue of gerrymandering. The Washington Post. Once I did a story back in 2014, which actually singled out Indiana, Nevada is two of the least during Mander congressional districts, um in the country. Um so What's going on? Because you folks say that is very gerrymandered. The Washington says. It's not very matter. What's what's an average regular person to believe when? Well, we can. We can cite opposing studies to that particular. Um That particular article. The fact is the doctor more. Shaw looked at all of the districts of legislative let us folks state and federal over the last 50 years and his mathematical Conclusions are reflected in the paper that we put on our website. Our guests on the program today is Martha Lincoln. Martha is with women for change. They are calling for an independent, uh, the independent map, drawing to be done this legislative session because they say they did some research and commissioned research and found out But Indiana's up maps are somewhat Jerry matter, Martha. Here's my question for you. Um how can we ever have a system of Matt making that is completely independent? Because the commission has to be appointed? And so, uh, Democrats are using point Democrats, Republicans are going to point Republicans. So how do you How do you make that redistricting happen in a nonpartisan? Manner of seeing how Jerry, which is how dry matches is the ultimate in politics? Well, that's a really good point. And, of course, when always has to balance the politics in the in the mix, But having an independent commission would really add a level of, um, public input and area. A more balanced approach. Actually, Speaker Bosma appointed the committee about five or six years ago to study this topic. Bipartisan committee appointed by legislative leadership, and they recommended an independent commission to advise the Legislature, which does have under the constitution the responsibility of drawing the districts. But the Constitution also says that the election shall be free at equal and that standard that we'd like to help the Legislature get to And I do want to say we very much appreciate, Uh, Speaker Houston's comments that there will be a transparent process and that the Legislature will meet its statutory and constitutional duties and that is very good news. Very good. I want to say also in the Constitution says that lawmakers shall draw the maps. And so I know in the past. That had been a point of contention to appoint a legislative commission because while the house may have been more faithful to the city was it was getting very, very strict constructionists and saying, Hey, they love the map of the country says We have to draw the map. So we're going to draw the maps. Right? Well, you absorb. You're absolutely right. I would say that the Legislature relies on a lot of good advice in all of its deliberations. We all hope they do and so The Independent commission would. There are ways in other states are piloting this and we can learn from their lessons. Um other states are are Founding these independent commissions, which do advise the Legislature. And then there are mechanisms for the The use of the findings of the commission. And the the Legislature is the final um, approval mechanism under the Indiana Constitution. Um, Mark, Let me ask you this because one thing I was kind of wondered, Uh, I'm from Illinois, which is a weird place in its own creature. When it comes to to to map drawn, they're about to end up in court right now, for what they did with gives an incomplete Census data. But Illinois has always sort of had. What's called nesting You have, you know 15 58 114 114 members of the House 15 members of the Senate, and so you have to to house districts, everyone Senate district. It was just a lot more compact. That way. Could you see Indiana if Indiana word or go to an Indepent commission doing something like that, where you have necessary have to house their six for every once in a district. That's a really interesting idea. I think Iowa does the same thing and nesting can lead to, uh, you know, a more cohesive representation so that you'd have to house districts in every Senate district. I don't know if the Legislature would consider that in Indiana, but you could see a rationale that, uh, to study it certainly and learn from other states and see if we agree that that's the experience we want for Indiana. Martha. What about the criticism that it's not the map makers? They're just, uh, you're still dealing with Indiana geography and that folks and you know, and Wayne kind of gonna be different than folks in Vermillion. No Lake count is going to be different than the Clark County vice versa, and the maps that are drawn where the House was sitting maps. It's just what Indiana looks like. Well again, Uh, Indiana has a lot of counties. And if every county uh, just had it on Representative that might lead to one Interesting conclusion. But that is not the the way redistricting works..

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07:14 min | 3 months ago

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"Statement I think gave him the ability to say I'm getting out because I now think there is a better candidate who's gotten in. Exactly, Uh, by the way, Speaking of primaries and nominating conventions, I've always been a firm believer that primaries, my friends are private political functions, and the taxpayers should not be footing the bill for for political parties primary, particularly if it's open primary. That's one thing but if it's a closed primary Like we have here in Indiana, where only Republicans and Democrats can vote in the respective areas, then that that that I haven't that I have an issue with. So why not just switch to, uh, either an open primary system or just go to a nominating convention altogether? Where the delegates excuse the governor the whole nine yards, let the political parties for the bill, and then they get to present their candidates to the voters. Yeah. You know, we still find some nominating conventions at the small level. So you find a small town where they may be doing on a nominating convention. It doesn't cost anybody something they rent a, You know, Park Pavilion someplace and maybe a couple 100. People show up and they take care of business to libertarians still do conventions. Obviously, a lot of people don't realize that you and I, as taxpayers are paying for the Republican and Democratic primaries that are held and when they find that out, they do get a little bit offended by that. I don't see us moving to conventions, in part because there are an awful lot of people who still want to have their say which suggests that but they don't want to be. You know, a good, loyal member of a political party. The way we're set up you you're supposed to be a good card carrying member of a of a party. If you're showing up to participate in their primary, we have plenty of people who are not. They do not participate in what would be considered their primary. They're trying to muck around on the other side, or, you know, maybe they're the minority party, so they want to make sure the least or best possible candidate from the other party gets the nomination. All those sorts of things happen. But part of the reality here is that the political parties love to see the voting histories and there are plenty of things in the code in terms of positions on boards and commissions that require partisan balance That suggests that maybe it would be very hard for us to go away from our current system. So The parties like to see the the labels and the voter files so that they can decide who to campaign to. We need it for code purposes for appointments to boards and commissions, etcetera. It's not likely to change any time soon. I don't think for those reasons, but I'm willing to bet if you actually sat down with voters across the state, and you had a conversation with them. They would be like you and they would say No, you go to convention. If it's a party function, you get your party people together. You pay for it or go One open, open primary and let me vote in the primary that matters for me, and also I think it's also interesting to my friend. Add to that list of why we have primaries, Uh, is to make sure that Republicans vote for Republicans and Democrats vote for Democrats. Nobody switches over because you can only be on the ballot if you voted in the primary to a certain degree. But if you go to another party's primary, then you can't make it. Yeah, You know, I love when it comes to come convention time and people end up getting themselves challenged in a primary because they want to be on the ballot as a delegate to their party convention And somebody says, Wait a minute. You voted in the wrong primary last election, and they get shocked by that. And then they get removed from the ballot. So they learned lesson the hard way. But you're right. Absolutely Another reason that we have the system we have. And also my friend. Speak of Eric Garden. Is it? Is it too early to be ready for governor yet? I would say that you know, you used to be that you waited until everybody was done running the year before you before you announce, so you weren't raising funds on their on their time, so to speak. I think we're pushing it a little bit. With the mayoral candidates. The 2023 candidates who are announcing I definitely think they're pushing it for those who are in 2024. All right, well, except we covered a lot of grounding in the US one to add my friend while we're while we're chatting here. No, just being so pleased to be talking with one of the media celebrities up here in my part of the state where you were featured in a news story about the Ricky to Holcomb lawsuit. Yeah, this enjoy of being a lawyer and a broadcaster. You gotta love it handed down to the mic down Center for Indiana politics and my friend. Thank you very much for being with us. Always going to chat with you, sir. My pleasure. Thanks for having me any down with Mike down, Senator Nana politics. You're listening to Indiana issues. I'm your host of door. Kim spots the editor, publisher of any politics that are well when it comes to Covid 19 in the past year. There's a lot of things that economists got right as well as it got wrong. He discussed that his ball, said economist Michael Hicks. We also talked about the economic impact of population demographic ships in Indiana. The change in the census, Mike. Thanks for joining us today. We do appreciate it. Good to be with you again. All right. So let's start with the one article that she wrote what economists got right and wrong about Covid. What was the impotence behind you writing that Well, you know, it's been a year now, since most of us completed some fairly major forecast. I think most economists think tank economist number of government economists, those of us who work in research centers. Who were publishing forecasts of Covid depth and its potential effect on taxes, employment, those sorts of things to be a good time to talk about what we got right and what we got wrong and why we might have been wrong or right in these areas. Well, let's start with the good news first. What exactly did you folks get right about Covid 19 over the past year? Wow. That's good news may be good news for us, but it may not be good for the economy. Uh, you know, I think most people understood that. The, um the retrenchment economic activity predated government intervention, so the recession formally began in February of 2020. And if you look at the high frequency data on, for example, consumer spending at grocery stores and restaurants and accommodations, all of those had flipped before the first government action. So here in Indiana, we were already in recession. And there was a 40% decline in fast foods or restaurant sales before the very first action, which was the Indianapolis restrictions on a number of people 250 people. And we were down almost 60% before government before Governor Holcomb took his first action in February. 23rd and you know, essentially, I think that means that economists who from the very beginning, said Look, the problem is the disease, the effect of the disease, household spending and production. Rather than government restrictions on economic activity, or what caused a downturn and we were right about that, and we were sadly very right about the depths. Of the March April and May job losses, which were, you know, essentially got us to near Great depression levels of joblessness in about 60 days instead of four months, and it took us way back from 29 to 1933..

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"Here hasn't been for Indiana's hospitals with respect to covert 19. Well, it has been a marathon has been exhausting for Everybody that didn't our organizations that men and women on the frontline certainly, and we've seen a lot of ups and downs and think we are not out of the woods yet, but we are proud of the work, especially here at the association. We're incredibly proud of the work that our members have done throughout the past year. I think we've learned a lot learned how to Treat Cove it better. I learned a lot about how to do public health and in a pandemic like this, and I think we're gonna be better prepared as a health care system going forward, But we need to close out strong here and make sure that we move past this, hopefully by the summer and into the fall, But it's been a challenging year. No questions uncovered first really hit Indiana back in March of last year, 2020. Did you think it would last this long? E don't know, bloody thinking back. It's a great question. It was initially such a day to day experience. I think for myself, my organization and and all of our members on the front line that it was it took. It took a few weeks. I think before we were able to start thinking about the longer term because it just Took off so quickly and we were dealing with something that that was brand new, and it was so much work to do initially, and I think everyone was just focused on Let's say yeah, but expanding the number of intensive care units expanding the number of ventilators available. It just so focused on that, I think is we moved into the summer and started to think a little bit more about the longer term from a public health standpoint. And where We were with vaccines. I think then it became clear that this was not going to be a sprint. It was going to be a marathon. But I will say from where we stand today I am encouraged about what the summer and fall will look like more encouraged than maybe I was even even a year ago are let's say last summer. I know because I remember back during those early days of March and April. The governor's You'd sort of the stay at home order, saying we needed to kind of hunkered down contain the spread, but it just kept just kept kind of sort of growing and growing and growing. He did. It didn't And I think one of the lessons that we've learned and this is an important lesson that we need to make sure that we reflect on right now. This is this is a pivotal moment. We have seen just in the last 24 hours. Some states announcing that they're moving away from asking and other things, things that we weigh no work, and I just think it's important that we don't derail the progress that That we've made it. The virus can still spread. And unfortunately we're so learning about the new variants that could spread even more easily. So we have so much good news in terms of the way that we can treat Cove it the vaccinations. Indiana's doing a fantastic job getting the population vaccinated. We've got a lot of things going on our direction. So if we don't We let our guard down, which has happened before happening myself. Even I think personally when we were in last summer, looking at rates going in the right direction and thinking maybe we're we're we've turned the corner, but this is a It's a nasty virus, and it's adaptable, and we need to make sure that we don't forget those lessons. And if we stay committed to that We can get ahead of this and hopefully get it behind us. Our guest in the programming is Brian Tabor. Brian is the president. The Indian the Hospital Association. We call upon the year anniversary of covert 19 sort of hitting the state of Indiana, where we were talking to different newsmakers about how cold with him how covert 19 has impacted their particular industry. Brian, I remember also early on to that it was It was a big thing that I've done to get the ventilators to get emergency bed space. And hospitals had to stop doing other other procedures. Know that sort of hit you folks in the pocketbook for awhile there, too. Yeah, There was a time where going back to last year. Once the initial kind of shock of dealing with the pandemic past and we started to look out to just even the near future. It was clear to me that we had Many hospitals in the state that we're not going to survive. Think being too into the summer just financially big cost involved with treating coded the worldwide scarcity of supplies. Everything went one through the group and at the same time with orders, understandably around the suspension of elective procedures and then patients Slow toe come back even after those orders air lifted And what kind of still seeing that that there's still a hesitance of patients to come back to the system and in some places, so yeah, that all adds up to really challenging financial times. I think when you look at also some of our world and urban safety net hospitals, they already had this underlying financial stability and cove. It just Really exacerbated that. I want to thank our congressional delegation at the Congress moved very swiftly and here in Indiana way really had all of our members of the congressional delegation reaching out the hospital saying, What can we do to help? How can we help you? So certainly the finances from the cares act, the financial assistance help. There's a lot of other just good policies that they put in place to make things easier for our members. And we have not had a hospital closed. Um, unfortunately, had one go bankrupt here in Indiana before co bed, but that financial relief has helped our members bridge that gap, so I think we have some of that underlying financial fragility going forward. But thankfully, swift action helped us keep the doors open. And it's interesting that you talk about hospital pages because, like you said, the government that the same kind of put a sort of a moratorium for a while. On elective procedures that more tournament and lifted But still folks aren't quite ready to come. Some folks are going to come back to the hospital yet. That's right. We're seeing that in some cases, uh, emergency room volume, the number of people who come into the hospital or the health care system to the emergency room down significantly Now, that's not all bad. I think one of the bright spots that we've had insists embracing and a big leap forward, but would telehealth, for example, and what It's a good work being done in the Indiana General Assembly to make that a foundation for telehealth telemedicine more permanent, So that's a good thing. But if we are still seeing that there are people that are putting off care, they're just not quite ready to come back and interact with the health care system and that you know, hospitals are safe places. We want to educate people to tell them that they shouldn't be putting off that care. That's one of the worries that I have long term. That duel is way know that Indiana we have Some poor health metrics. Just how we how healthy we are, whether it's diabetes, heart conditions. I do worry about the long term cost of that differed care people that are putting up care, so we want to get people to get get back and get their needs taken care of a soon as possible. Our guest on the program a day is Brian Tabor. Brian is he present of the Indiana Hospital Association. We're talking about the impact of covert 19 has had on Indian. This hospital's over. This passion also do a little bit of looking forward. A swell Brian No one of things that hospitals have been really concerned about eyes covert nineteen's impact on minority minority communities and communities of color because African Americans, for example, have a higher rate of co morbidity ease and the cova 19 rate. Has really had a lot of African American communities. What have you folks done over the past year to sort of help mitigate that? S so I think one of the things that we're looking at is how do we, first of all, in light of some of those lessons very quickly moved to distribute the vaccine in our to those populations that were hit particularly hard by Cove it on. That's not easy because in some cases there There's some, for whatever reason, your cultural resistance that we have to overcome with with education, So I think that's a lesson that we've learned, and our members are moving across the state just to do that to look at, uh, clinics, education partnerships with other organizations to try to reach those those populations. So we've got to do that. Not just for the long haul, but because of these various way are concerned about some people call it 1/4 wave. I don't know if it'll be a big wave or away black, but we we just need to focus. We're not out of this yet. So we need to help those populations right now. As we look more broadly, I think it's clear that we need to look at the fundamentals.

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"A loan was denied a promotion where work because of a previous injury. I couldn't get into the grocery store because the entrance was not wheelchair accessible. The Indiana Civil Rights Commission reminds you that discrimination still happens. If you feel that you've been the victim of discrimination, called Indiana Civil Rights Commissioner 186633247 for eight or visit our website. I am Daka backslash I CRC. This message is brought to you by the state of Indiana Civil Rights Commission. And that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. We appreciate you joining us, remember, you can catch us throughout the week in our parent website and the politics of the work. You can also find us on social media. We're on Facebook and Twitter at Indy politics or G. And don't forget if you still can't get enough of us. There's our television program. Indian issues a TV show what we sit down with our panel political pundits and talk about the big issues of the day. You can catch us on Comcast's and YouTube and also once again on social media. Indiana issues is underwritten in part by the Indiana Conference of Mayors or Trust, local program, The Indiana Chamber of Commerce. I mean Tech Community College, the small business law firm of Thrasher Bushman in vocal, the Institute for Quality Education. In Annapolis public schools the end end of Silver Rights Commission. Yes, Indiana and downtown comics your place to escape. I'm Abdul Hakeem Sebastien and publisher of any politics that or thank you for joining us, and by the way for language here. Thank the state for playing this show as well. We appreciate it and they appreciate it. Also, we'll talk to you next time on Indiana issues. When was the last time you practice your home? Fire Escape plan? Be sure everyone in your family knows what to do. If there's a fire, get out, Stay out in surefire, safe response. I.

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"The other question. Is where are you standing on The expansion of the House is proposing for the school voucher program in the new education Savings account programs When you say that you're not gonna be a Washington New revenue when you're trying to increase T through 12 funding, Should that be is this the time for big expansion is of away from the traditional toadstools and spending Well, you know, I think our caucus probably looks positively positively on those steps. The education savings account is a bit of a new concept for us, and we want to be very, very careful that anything that's done there will ensure that the money would go where it needs to be, to some approved under to get education like it like it like it should and rather than we don't want to hear stories later of abuse of the money went for something else other than the child's education, so We want to make sure that those things were very tight and again. It's new to us, so we're gonna proceed. Relatively cautiously there, But we're open to the concept that we're gonna have those conversations with regard to the vouchers to. I think there's a support for the concept. Obviously, we've supported it as a caucus in the past, and it's going to come down and lard and some part of least to what the cost of those are. Think the house probably changed a little bit of the way they did it with. Keeping, uh, some of those pathways to help. Keep those numbers in check a little bit. So we have decided we're gonna We're gonna have lots of conversations about that of those hearings happened and will will will make a decision about them. Brandon Smith, Indiana Public media Evening senator couple questions one on Senate bill for 07 thinking less about right now, but more in the future. Do you think it's realistic? To call the the entire legislature into a special session and get them to Agree and passed legislation that would extend an emergency or craft an emergency beyond 60 days in the kind of time that you need. Who confront an emergency of that scale. Obviously, we have to be cognizant of the fact that the governor is in a better position to make quick decisions than the General Assembly. Uh, totally truth of that. However, the way that we've got this crafted in 407, it would say that so we would come in. It would contemplate that we would come into session the first couple weeks of the first extended Emergency declaration. So from weeks 31 45 with the idea that if we didn't approve it, they could go on from 60 toe 90, or even further if we decide so And you know what we would really be looking at is a continuation of the declaration. Not as much the deciding what all those emergency orders we're going to be or specifically going to be. Of the real the other piece before. Oh, seven, though, is to ensure that with this advisory committee that we have kind of a constant ongoing dialogue between the governor's office in the General Assembly, so We can make sure our thoughts and recommendations to the governor's office and we can also relate to the other members of the General Assembly. What with the governor's office is thinking where they might be headed things of that nature. And and you know, this is a lot of that happened this year already, but we just wanted to put something into code that that really gonna solidifies that communication between Two branches of government. And then, um my other question was on the house. Bill 10 Oh, six, which a lot of people are hailing is one of the major achievements of the house's first half. Um, the criminal justice reform bill representatives to Walden. A lot of the advocates on both on all sides of that bill really don't want to see it changed. How important is it to you that 10? Oh, six remains pretty much intact. It's important that remains intact. I think a lot of represented stir world and some others over in the house did some great work on that over the summer and the fall and, um, it's a It's a really good piece of legislation. It was strongly supported in the house unanimously. I believe We expect to hear it early in the second half the session and it would be my strong hope that it remains intact. Caitlyn Lang, Indy star. Good evening. I have a couple of follow ups on the I V L C recommendations obviously targeted the house. But one of the recommendations is to have lawmakers take mandatory, implicit bias training. Is that something that the Senate would be interested in doing or willing to Diogo and then also, do you think there's a problem in the Statehouse with how Lawmakers talk about or handle race issues. Well, you know, there boom with regard to those requests again. I haven't since I've been doing other things today. I haven't looked closely at those. But you know the one thing that I my life experience tells me is that we'll help these kind of things is Communication and relationships and the more we're communication you have between different different groups, two different people, and the better those relationships you're going to be the better. Those relationships are going to be the better understanding of where you are and where the other folks are in there, both on their regard to policy, and they're just perspective on life. And so that probably those meetings and building of relationships and conversations among people might be a little more helpful from my perspective than go into a class where you're going to get lectured on different things. Don't get me wrong that could build some understanding, which will always be helpful, but I think those Building Those relationships be a communication is is probably a really big step in the right direction there, and I think we is a majority. Need to work on big ensure that we continue to expand the people that were communicating with even when they're not in our district, or they, especially when they have come from different walks of life in different parts of the state and have different perspective, the more you expand Those contacts in those relationships in that communication. I think the better off we'll be What hope at the statehouse file. You mean, Senator? Um, so I was wondering what your thoughts are on Senate Bill to 88 regarding harmful material to minors, which was withdrawn today. Um, And why didn't the bill received support? And do you see? Do you ever see that changing when Senator Tom's brings it back next year. I can't speak to next year is the weather. It'll change or not. But send the bill to 88 is a difficult bill. And I think at the end of the day, he didn't bring it to a vote because it didn't seem to have support in the caucus and you know, it really brings two important concepts together. One is the ability to kind of protect Children and keep them from seeing materials that maybe not. We would not be very good for them, and that's an important goal for sure, And now and we want to make sure we're not talking about, you know, good books of literature that maybe have a few bad words and other things of that nature, But so Things that would qualify is very obscene material hard to define that I know and that's part of the problem in the air. But the other concept that I think is very much to play here is how much do we want government telling people what they can and can't read and or can you can't look at? You know parents are parents are good, good at that job and more so than the government. And the local libraries and their boards. Gonna have some decisions and some authority they've gotta put into play there as well. So those are the concepts that were a play and at this point, there just wasn't support to move the bill forward. Yeah, all right..

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"Who day after day, hour after hour have taken care of those afflicted. With this virus and to our law enforcement officials who put their lives on the line every day to serve, save and protect our streets. Into our churches, synagogues and mosques. Spiritual guidance. So that we can carry on with our lives without far worse disruption. And yet through it all. Hoosiers have risen to meet these unprecedented challenges. Realizing much more work is to be done in this historic moment of opportunity. Ladies and gentlemen, because of you. The state of our state is resilient and growing. Our foundation has held strong. I don't know how many other states in America have a triple a credit rating and are expected to finish the year with over $2 billion in reserves and that experience an all time record year of new job commitments last year. During a global pandemic like Indiana did. Keep me And because of the strong position we were in pre pandemic. And the immediate, aggressive and targeted Cove in 19 responses throughout Was able to include in my two years state budget proposal. That Indiana is now in the position. To restore many agency budgets. Increase K through 12 funding by $377 million. Restore higher education funding by $103 million and increase it in each of the next two years. Make new investments in our state parks and in our Indiana state fairgrounds that serves all 92 counties. Building, new State Police Land and Indiana National Guard Armory along with improvements in two others. And we're in a position to pay down $400 million on our biggest teacher pension debt. And in turn gives us more budget flexibility. Same is true for paying off the outstanding bonds on I 69 mortgages on three state hospitals. He's and gentlemen coming off a 2020. I'm convinced 2021 can be the best ever. So the central question before us all. Is. How can we seize this day? Thankfully. In Indiana. Our capabilities will be aided by our momentum for sure, but we must not slow down. In fact, we must accelerate and go, go, go. That starts with keeping our focus on the health and wealth of our people. No matter what phase of life or pathway they are on. I'm so proud of our state Department of Health. And the way they and our local partners have rolled out. The are shot Hoosiers vaccination plan. We've already scheduled or administer nearly 120,000 vaccinations to our 80 year and older population. And over 215,000. Hoosiers in the 70 to 79 age group..

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07:39 min | 8 months ago

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"Those folks that air Citing those proceedings. Air in Washington, D C. I'm focused on the home front. Whitney. I'm not running for federal office and won't have an opinion. Until I would and don't hold your breath for me to do that. Obviously, we're going through a And during a global pandemic, and I realize we're seven days away. I guess the 20th of January would be the inauguration. On Dwight happens between now and then, as anyone's guess. I'm certainly I'm not calling any shots out there and don't want to be Having said that What I want to do is be focused here at home on the home front and making sure we're getting through this. Um As swiftly and safely I I don't want to just spend my time. Imagining. What it's going to be like to actually take off. My mask. And not have to put it back on or going to a restaurant and celebrating the fact that we're on the other side. Um, I don't want to. Just spend my time imagining. All the good that is in the pipeline and that light at the end of the tunnel. It's it's there Now. We don't have to imagine this. We know that vigilance and the combination of vigilance and the vaccine Is making a difference. And now we're in this position where we're starting to predict when that will really make a difference, But we know this is going to save lives. I've got my plate is full and any other gunner in the country ought to be focused on their job at hand. And We know what the results are. We're moving forward. We're already working with our federal and our local partners on making sure we get through this pandemic. The Of medical science is settled on what we need to, uh But I should say the medical experts have presented us with the information that's settled. We know what we need to do, and we're doing it. And there are so many indicators positive indicators out there. Both on the Health front and on the economic front. That just reinforces. Me and others to focus on the duty at hand here at home. We end with the Daily Journal. Good afternoon, Leanne. Yeah. The and you should be thanks for taking my question. Terrible, parched and from our reader. This free mother lived, but Can you? Me? No. You're bouncing around in and out. Real time technology issues right here. Full display. We'll circle back come back to Leanne. Brock Turner. With W F I u afternoon brought Good afternoon. Governor. Have a couple of, um everything. Mm hmm. Go ahead. Brock sorry about that. So question here for Dr Dan and then one for Governor Holcomb. Um, Dr Dan, I know you mentioned some nursing homes here in the state of Indiana and long term care facilities did not sign on to the federal vaccination program. I was just hoping you could go into a little more detail about the reasons that you're hearing that those facilities did not, And if you had a direct number of those facilities Yeah. I don't want to give an exact number cause I It may have changed. It was in the ballpark of 10 still nursing facilities that we're not in the federal partnership and when we'd reached out to them Some of them had actually established a partnership already with their local hospital and had the ability to do them through them. Some have their local pharmacies that they worked with, who thought that they would be able to provide that for them, only to find out later that that's not how the program was designed. But it would be this federal partnership and so By the time they realize that the date for signing up had passed, but it's a fairly small number and in the assisted living facility, it's also in the About 30 or so range that didn't have a plan so overall, the vast majority of the both skilled nursing assistant facilities are in that federal partnership. Thanks. And then just one quick question for Governor Holcomb in terms of moving forward in this vaccination process had there been anything any instances in which you, you know Would have liked things to run smoother it because it I mean, because I know Dr Box and others that sort of mentioned, you know, maybe a difficulty with getting the number of vaccines and those allocations changing. Is that there? Are there any Is there anything that you would point to that? You know, you would like to See move course smoothly. Uh, I'm a patient Individuals to I, of course, like perfection. But I understand you're what you're witnessing is this is not Cabbage Patch dolls or tickle me Elmo. You know that we're ordering. This is vaccinations to the tune of hundreds of thousands. Tens of thousands, not just tests and tracing and vaccinations occurring every single day with multiple partners that is evolving over time. And so I get From the From the What might seem to be the smallest issue like the size of a parking lot in some community out state, Indiana and how that affects accommodating Administering the vaccine. So we're all going through this together. Like it or not. We're all going through this together. And like I said, we're taking a fact. Based approach. Moving ourselves, not just forward, but through this to the other side. And we're seeking partnerships and building them and growing them, extending them on a day that day out basis, And so there are Um The only thing that I would want more of his inventory that zit and we will get it in the arms when we get it, and I'm Not just patient. I'm appreciative that we're in the position that we are right now with inside a year. Having multiple vaccinations. You want to add anything your your phone lights up every minute of every day. So I think Hoosiers were just so anxious Now that we're on to this point of hope, right? And now Hoosiers are anxious, and they just want to know when, when, when? And that's the hardest part. And so I think, Governor you and myself on. I know Lindsay. We always just try to be as transparent as possible that these are the facts as we know them, but Ask us in a couple of hours, and they may be totally different, so we really have to drop adopted that approach..

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 9 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Days, But they'll be a couple that that will prioritize. Thank you all. Stay safe and appreciated all your all your doing. Indiana House Speaker Todd Houston and Senate President Pro TEM Rod brain and that will do it for this edition of Indiana issues. Remember, you can always catch us about the week at our parent website and the politics of torque and be sure to follow us on Facebook as well. You can follow us on Facebook also follow us on Twitter. Our Twitter handle is indeed politics. Org. And don't forget we have our television program as well. That's right. Lots of stuff going on with a nanny issues these days. You can catch our program on YouTube. And if Comcast UK provider guess what you can catch us on Comcast. Oh, and by the way, we want to wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. We realize that 2020 was tough for a lot of us. We lost her own father to the cove in 19. And so we just want to make sure you all stay safe. We appreciate you all listening to us, and we'll hopefully be around here for a lot longer. Any other issues under rent apart by the Indiana Conference of Mayors or just local program, the Indiana Chamber of Commerce Ivy Tech Community College, though small business law firm with Asher Bushman in vocal, the end super quality education in a nap of public schools in end of Civil Rights Commission and downtown comics, your place to escape. I'm your host, Abdul Hakeem Shabbas, the editor, publisher of any politics at or thank you all very much me with us. We really do appreciate it and we'll talk to you next time on Indiana issues. When was the last time you practice your home? Fire Escape plan? Be sure everyone in your family knows what to do. If there's a fire, Get out!.

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:32 min | 9 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Find yourself and so, presenting those options. We hear this all the time when people are moving to the state of Indiana, not just businesses, but people. Moved to the state of Indiana. They love that they can live in urban, rural or suburban and get to either of the other two relatively quickly. Kayla Sullivan, Fox 59. Morning, Kayla. Good morning governor for pregnancy accommodations in the workplace. This didn't pass last year, and it didn't go to a study committee like they were hoping, um, How are you going to push for this passage this year, looking at the challenges that face last year, and there's a lot to concentrate on, um does the pandemic. Present a stronger argument for this. Well, we didn't need to study it any further, so I didn't need a study committee. It needs more effect on my on my part, probably a more effective and persuasive. Um Articulation of why what you just asked why this is so important to make sure that everyone has V ability not just to enter into the workforce, but to stay in the workforce. And so the how Will be successful this time. Maybe the second time's a charm on I'm Given a little confidence in the fact that there have been other items that Lieutenant governor I have pushed that haven't been successful the first time, But first you don't succeed. Try try again. And here we are that The importance of this bill during this time, this is true across the board for everyone. And like I said, We want Indiana to be a state of opportunity for all and we'll just all have to spend a lot more time Lieutenant governor will spend a lot more time making sure folks have access to the fax. Making sure this is a benefit. To their workplace. We want to have a stable Skilled up workforce. Part of the hang up is when you're constantly retraining people, and so will continue to make the case that, um, some accommodations that don't get in the way. From legal liability or don't get in the way from a financial consideration are smart, just short term but long term as well. Dylan from truck beat. Good morning, Dylan. Thank you. You said that you'd look you the recommendations from the Teacher Pay commission. Sure, That report called for a dramatic increase in state funding for K 12. Schools Help foot the bill for It's $600 million. It would cost to make the state teacher pay competitive and that that would likely require increased robin you If this seat doesn't act this year, it means it could Away for another two years in Indiana, afford to wait to address its teacher pay prices. Well, we don't want to weigh want to make sure that our teacher compensation is not just competitive, but that we win that we attract teachers from neighboring states that have similar cost of living. Uhm Arrangements as we do here in the state of Indiana, and so we understand the world of which we live in right now. That's why we were so insistent. Very early on that we wanted to make sure in all the other areas that were being cut. We went to every state agency and said, We need you to dialogue back 15%. We asked our higher education institutions to dialogue back 7%. We paused programs that we're passionate about. None of which we wanted to do, because as you point to the revenue wasn't projected to be there, and we're living in a time of a public health emergency that had a Equal impact on our finances. And so we have to, you know, obviously play the hand that were dealt in the time that we live in right now, but it is our desire and our price one of our priorities. Make sure that we are increasing, too. And I want to think the commission and I wanna thank everyone. I mean that individually, every single person that was on that commission that showed up every single time. Put out a wonderful road map. They were very transparent. They exposed a lot of opportunities. Both, you know 13 local in 37. I think ST Opportunities are options to get at this. And so this isn't just the state that needs to be paying attention to all of these suggestions, and by the way they may not be. There may not just be 37 13. There may be more this. That document is gonna help us have a discussion all over the state of Indiana. For sure. For the next four months, understanding what our revenue level is And beyond, and I've always said we said I remember when we set. Um well, it was about this time It was in December and traders point Kramer and we and we unveiled our agenda and we took a very similar question. And I Bank. If you review the tape, I said, This is about a 405 106 $100 million pretty darn close because we had been reviewing this now. Fast forward. We were able to give a Record increase, and so you know, as the forecast Become reality or better, we'll be able to include what we think we can do in our budget submission. Come in January, and then even more importantly, when we get that next forecast in April to see how things have Played out, but this is a top priority for us, and it's reflected in our agenda. Nikki Kelly with the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette. Morning, Nikki. Morning governor you mentioned in the beginning that you need all the tools to navigate out of the pandemic. My question for you is what does your response going to be two efforts to curve your executive authority acquiring, for instance, the Legislature to come in and approve. Emergencies after a couple months rather than the nine or 10 months we've seen.

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Community Development Authority Agency I oversee put together last March, eh? Study group to kind of come together. Private public partnerships includes the Indiana Bankers Association and again a Realtor's habitat for humanity. The builders to actually look at create a study toe look at housing, not just for sale homes, but rental homes throughout the state of Indiana so that we can determine our supply. And what our needs are and then, of course, be able to address a strategy to be able to solve those needs. One of the things that my housing agency has been focused on is rural housing throughout Indiana, and they're doing a pilot project with HUD to be able to Actually create and rehab rural properties throughout Indiana s Oh yes Rule. Indiana is an area that also Is growing and having opposite good economic opportunities. But has the housing shortage needs also so this study will look at our housing needs our supply. And then how do we go about developing a strategy to address those county by county basis? Thank you. Yeah, And I would just piggyback on that. And just say that this is thistles. Another area. Um, that plays right to our strength as folks Currently redefining the quality of place what it means to them around the country. And when you look at migratory patterns, people talent This served. This is advantage Indiana because we offer Robbins you just asked. We.

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:39 min | 10 months ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"You, Dr Weaver Again. I recognize that voice on Tao will go to the president of the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce and then on to Brian Burton, the president of the Indiana Manufacturers Association. Kevin um, Europe First You've got members and every community in the state of Indiana and you've you've heard a lot of Quite frankly, inspirational stories, some of which you shared with me about how they've had to make changes and step up their communications like Never before. Can you just share your somewhat unique perspective on where we are 10 months into this now? Certainly thank you, Governor and Dr Box and Dr Weaver. Um we very much appreciate the leadership in the courage. That you've shown through this very difficult pandemic and we support this very necessary on temporary set of orders that you're issuing today. Aziz. We look at the employer community in Indiana. Many of them are recovering and doing okay. Others are still struggling mightily and hanging on by their thumbnails. And to underscore a point that you made earlier. Um overwhelming. People are not getting infected in their place of work. And I can give you an example That three weeks ago I spoke to a member of ours, who said that they had currently had 46 employees who were infected with the Corona virus, and they had documented that not a single one of them. Had contracted the virus inside their factory was from activities outside of the workplace. And that's why for our part for the chamber's part in this effort, we're communicating just employers to strongly encourage them to urge their employees to maintain the same safety protocols that they exercise in the workplace. During their activities around the workplace, and it's the things we've heard over and over again. It's wearing mask. It's social distancing, and it's washing your hands and disinfecting and following those same precautions because we're not going to get our economy. Back to full strength, the full operation in till we cannot. This virus dam in the recent spikes that we've seen in recent weeks are cause for concern and are frankly cause for justifications for the new restrictions that you're imposing today. Thank you, Kevin. Very much, Brian. Or the we're proud to be the number one manufacturing state per capita in the country. Um, manufacturing. Advanced manufacturing has helped us whether storms before and they are indeed this one as well. But as a ZAY mentioned to Kevin, your members have had to make a tremendous Sacrifices and a lot of changes to to keep production up. Can you share your perspective as well? Yes, they have governor and let me thank you for the opportunity to join the briefing today. It's no surprise that the pandemic has significantly impacted manufacturing, which is Indiana's largest industry, employing over half a million Hoosiers. Governor. We appreciate your considered approach to seek to balance public health and also economic activity. I also want to applaud the many manufacturers across this state that have stepped up and change production lines to produce and distribute personal protective equipment and other products for communities in our state..

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"In Indiana and the U. S. impatience with serious symptoms or other high risk individuals including frontline health care workers essential employees and people linked to locations that experienced an outbreak with these tests what these tests do not tell us is how many Hoosiers might be infected we know that covered nineteen can can have many levels of severity some people have little or no symptoms at all all the way up to very serious symptoms that require hospitalization to continue to respond to and fight the spread of covert nineteen we need to continue on the good work that's been done to expand our testing and it's wonderful to hear all of these new sites that are coming online it's terrific ideally you know we really would like to test every single Hoosier but the next best thing to doing that is random sample testing a scientific approach that allows us to confidently assess how could nineteen has spread in Indiana without really having to test everyone which is just not feasible in our study we sought to determine the proportion of Hoosiers that are infected especially if they have little or no symptoms and would otherwise never get tested in addition we wanted to know what proportion of the state's population may have previously been infected with the covert nineteen virus by testing their blood for antibodies by knowing the proportion of Hoosiers currently infected and those previously infected we gain significant new knowledge about how the virus has affected the entire population here.

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"indiana" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:08 min | 1 year ago

"indiana" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Be Indiana and as I pull up to target three minutes before it opens on Saturday morning and others already have a bit of a line I don't know if you're supposed to be a lot I decided that feel like waiting in line so I just walked the other day the other angle to the key out to the door and I get up there and you know everyone's orderly filing and of course this before eight o'clock in the morning on a Saturday people are filing into that once they get inside the doors people start running to the back where they had put out a bunch of toll paper maybe that's why there were people standing outside because they it somehow targeted spread the word that there was toilet paper or people knew that toilet paper would be out on Saturday morning so yeah there were two humongous pallets of toilet paper both a name brand and off brand and I hope people got what they needed I still have not body told the paper because I I don't need it yet anyway I I was of fine with the mask I guess I mean it was the well it's it's hard to see around the band you know what it's like pulled way up over your nose it really cuts into my peripheral vision but what I noticed people can't see me smile if I'm wearing the mask now you may think well that's no big deal who cares but armed person I'm the person who tries to disarm people by smiling at them in stores in lines I feel like it's a nice way to brighten someone's day used to smile at the randomly and so I go out of my way to smile at people when I'm shopping and and that I you know that I don't know just because you never know you never know when someone might be in need of a smile I realize that when I was talking to one of the workers who was stocking shelves that he couldn't see me smile behind the giant red band there to maybe look like a robber a train robber in target so I was kind of bummed about that but I I know it's better to be safe than to be sorry and smiley better to be safe than to be smiley right so anyway I'm I'm now joining the the mask slash B. Indiana parades most people there at the target it wasn't it wasn't a lot of traffic at target but most people at the target were wearing surgical masks I didn't see any of the N. ninety five masks I just saw the the light blue ones that you would get from hospital from a doctor's office and then I saw another guy who's also wearing a bandanna like a train robber so I felt as though I had a kindred spirit there you know it's interesting to you at the store maybe maybe this is your experience maybe it's not maybe live in a place where it's more organized I felt like the past three weeks that when you go to the store when I go to the store it's it's like scrounging and I know the workers are doing the best they can this is not a knock on the people who are stocking shelves but you almost can't keep up with it and so instead you got products that are in the wrong place is marked the wrong way then you've got a job you got shelves that are helter skelter and how it kind of feels like you're you're just rummaging and scrounging almost like you're you're at a yard sale and you're rummaging through everything to find what you can use in and what's out what works for you and what you can live with so even if you can't find the food of the product that you normally use what can you use in place but I mean it's it takes a little longer but it's not terrible just requires some creativity and so yeah my first experience with a bandanna wasn't quite a math but it was a bandanna and I survived and everyone around me survive so that's good and I hope that if you went out this weekend that you took those precautions as well so we're not all my goodness we're not close talkers we're not breathing on one of the other I you can find me on Twitter a little radio if you have something to barter for eggs I'm telling yeah I'm willing to give you my ground beef or some paper towels I've got plenty cans of tuna yep got it find me on Twitter a little radio or on our Facebook page after hours with Amy large cell coming up at the bottom of the hour Steve Weiss of the NFL network from Los Angeles did you know the NFL with healthy on us this weekend did you did you notice that the now well here's why you didn't notice there was no announcement made about this rule that a year ago we spent hours and hours and days and days and weeks and weeks debating I now fast forward a year and somehow the interval forgot to mention what they're doing with the PI role do they really think we wouldn't notice I noticed I will talk about it coming up plus Steve Weiss later this hour thanks so much for tuning in hope you had a great holiday weekend it's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio nerd wallet presents money questions the lightning round here we.

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"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"indiana" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Indiana right here we have talked a lot about on the show about the body positivity movements and body shaming and how just over an excessively obsessed people are with this whole idea don't call me fat don't especially if your doctor don't tell a patient that I don't need to lose weight yeah don't do that verboten now it's extended to being offended by plates not a made up story the real story plates trigger me plates down Macy's actually had to pull a set of plates off of their shelves because they were accused of being body shaming plates and are they apologize they released an apology how about the plate six I know I don't I know sees me this is just so done I love this place totally happy's place since the series of plates one and they're like there's a big plate and then like a neck like a medium size plate and then you know a smaller place right and the largest one has on it the word mom jeans yes like there there's a ring like a circle at the outside circle and like I'm you know it inner circle and like a really really inner circle and outside services mom jeans and there's one this is favorite jeans and skinny jeans you know so it's like a portion control where if you if you put your serving or your portion of food into the skinny jeans circle which is the smallest one yeah that's like a you know it's it's it's making it look like you know if you want to fit in your skinny jeans you can only eat this much yeah your food is a bit in the search it's funny if you have a sense of humor it's funny how my gosh but of course this controversy small one that says like the larger ones as food coma and on the inner one it says foodie this is third normal funny played there completely adorable plates but there was a Twitter user who posted a photo of it this is alley ward A. L. I. E. W. A. R. D. if you would like to tweet her about how dumb this and maybe buy her a sense of humor it's so she tweeted a photo of these plates and said how can I get these plates for Macy's banned in all fifty states now maybe she was trying to be funny I don't know no she was but she was clear and she clearly had a problem with these and so Macy's immediately wrote back and said hi alley we appreciate you sharing this with us and agree that we missed the mark on product on it it will be removed from all stores at Macy's locations and I'll tell you why she wasn't kidding because she wrote back and she's I appreciate that thanks for hearing and taking the feedback so I doubt if the surplus stock winds up in TJ Max's and Marshalls and Ross stores across America I'm gonna lose it again on my god really are yeah because god did that people just what if people want to buy the place they buy the place for them so how does that hurt her yeah because if you don't want something the rest of us can't have it Alli what in the world yeah this is the thing is what happened this is what happened so like one person complains and I can't have it because you don't like it you're free god this is not okay reminds me of and I I feel like we can tell the story now yeah do you remember when we got in trouble with the Indy star yeah because of the target teacher only on your rasi yeah so there were T. shirts being sold in target and we ended up buying right what did they say because they basically made fun of girls for not understanding it was about football yeah I can't remember what the teacher said it was like basically it was making fun of yeah how dumb women are with with that football and they let us yeah making fun of women being stupid over football yeah like and your and it was like you know something about touchdowns or whatever and I don't know the now as he was it was just a dumb analogy about women and sport yeah and they had a couple different variations of the sure and we thought they were holding and like I watch I watch for the commercials and stuff like yeah yeah and we were Q. and I'm like oh my god he's the cutest tee shirts I'm gonna buy one but there was there was someone who worked at the star who complained about the tee shirts because of a stereotype yeah I was stereotyping mean insects as black and so she made a big fuss about it on Twitter yeah and and we thought it was ridiculous and did a post about it which ended up making us lose our gig with any star yeah so then you start doesn't like it when you go after their people and even when their people are being ridiculous yeah so and and listen it's not like it was this this painful loss for us to me as a kind of a nice side gig to be able to write for them every now and then but whatever I mean it's fine it's it's okay like we're gonna survive just fine without writing any star forgot that we still right now yeah but if you've been wondering like why that happened that is why we why it happened because we we actually what we were outraged on behalf of target that this woman was outrage yeah because it's done it is done it's like it because it's it's funny man is making her by in the same with alley at the Macy's no one is making her by these plates now what if somebody wants to place what's wrong with having the the problem is like these stores are starting to count out all these yeah she W. weirdos because they get offended by the staff what they should be saying is I'm sorry that you don't like it have a nice by now just sold fifty of them to people who have senses of humor exactly I mean this is just ridiculous that is where we are the stores are appalled that they're removing inventory so we can direct you to the island for the plungers they can take the object that is lodged up your by good lord what I think is the target cells as Macy's may not sell plungers but I think target south and the complaint is so some other people were trying to defend this alley person saying and you wonder why people hate their bodies call may see so glad you can support at top body shaming culture seriously you know body shaming cold people that they don't like Barbies you know what we survived with Barbies we grew up with Barbies now they're like we have to have fat Barbie and we have to have this party if you know what it will survive with the Barbies this is just a real totally okay you guys it's fine I can't I want the plates I just like I wanted the teacher do you know what we still have those teeth we.

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"indiana" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

Two Broads Talking Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"indiana" Discussed on Two Broads Talking Politics

"Talk about politics all over the country but were informed by our position in the midwest in so so that's really cool i think to to learn more about indiana history we're finding as were looking at different parts of the country for these state episodes that there are location specific podcast all over the place and so i think that's really neat especially something that statewide and some people all over indiana can learn more about their history and we're we're really trying to look at history at pacific ly indiana history and a in a way that makes people rethink what they bought they knew about indiana history i think a lot of times the midwest and generalists often therio type is being very conservative and while generally true we we've got some tricks heading up our flavor well though where we're trying to highlight some of the some of the stereo type breaking things in our history so why don't we talk a little bit about that stereotype i think that a lot of people assume maybe that indiana is super conservative and his always super conservative forever is that the case either of those things are they true speaking of a right now we are fairly conservative if you look at our government was they government and local governments were fairly conservative with pockets of of progressive areas but historically it's kind of gone back and forth samuel ralph than our twenty eighth governor really good some mation of indiana history he said that indiana overall or politics are conservatively progressive so that kind of wishy washy but but it's a really good way to sum up indiana we're always moving forward but we're not doing those radically we're not always on the radical cutting edge of things but we're definitely always moving forward and there are always those people in indiana who are on the more radical side of things that kind of fits the midwest in general at least the way.

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