36 Burst results for "keystones"

Fresh update on "keystones" discussed on Commonwealth Club

Commonwealth Club

00:36 sec | 2 hrs ago

Fresh update on "keystones" discussed on Commonwealth Club

"In 2010, the D party burst onto the scene and took a nap in trade. Yes, I call it tax and kill because it's gonna tax us to kingdom come and kill jobs. One week before the 2012 presidential election Superstorm Sandy hit the East Coast. Causing Barack Obama and Mitt Romney to both briefly paws their campaigns. With climate related storms rising Obama focused on climate in a second term, he enacted the Clean Power Plan rejected the Keystone XL pipeline signed the Paris agreement. Placed limits on natural gas methane emissions, introduce stricter emission standards on vehicles and blocked oil drilling in the Arctic Circle by 2016. The U. S had the most ambitious climate agenda it had ever had. But we all know what happened next. Donald Trump has defeated Foolery Clinton to become president elect of the United States..

Mitt Romney Barack Obama Donald Trump 2016 2010 Foolery Clinton Arctic Circle Both Second Term East Coast One Week Before 2012 Presidential Election President Elect Superstorm Sandy United States D Party Paris Agreement Keystone Xl U. S
The Line 5 pipeline: A disaster waiting to happen, or necessary to avoid an energy crisis?

The Big Story

01:53 min | 3 d ago

The Line 5 pipeline: A disaster waiting to happen, or necessary to avoid an energy crisis?

"First one that comes to mind. I'm gonna guess that you went with one of maybe three. The trans mountain pipeline which our federal government purchased a couple of years ago the keystone excel pipeline. Which is actually a pipeline. Because it didn't get built or maybe the end bridge line just because it's by far the largest of all the crude oil and natural gas pipelines. That run through this country. But i'm gonna guess that none of you zero named line five. I would be shocked. Many of you even knew that it existed. I sure didn't even though it has been running from alberta to sarnia ontario for more than sixty years line. Five is an offshoot of that main and bridge line and its distinguishing feature over. The decades is that it runs through a narrow strait between lake michigan and lake here. It's distinguishing feature right. Now is much the same only. It's the danger that it might pose to those two lakes and their shorelines and the legal fight over whether or not to shut it down as well as the massive economic cost. That would come with doing that. In short for more than half a century line five has moved more than half a million barrels of natural gas and crude every day and nothing bad has happened yet so the question is are we pushing our luck. What would happen if something bad did happen. How catastrophic could it be and is it as some governments would argue worth the risk to keep all that fuel flowing.

Sarnia Alberta Ontario Michigan
The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

Native America Calling

01:50 min | Last week

The battle over the Line 3 oil pipeline expansion in Minnesota

"One of president biden's first moves office was to counsel the keystone. Xl pipeline indigenous. Environmental groups are calling on him to do the same for line. Three in northern minnesota lindsey weber reports. Tanya abed is a member of the mill x band of ojibway from east lake minnesota. When i spoke with her recently she was on day. Twenty one of thirty eight day hunger strike. She's protesting against the line. Three pipeline replacement project after years of undergoing minnesota's environmental review process. The canadian energy corporation and bridge began construction on the project. In december and bridge received its final permit from the minnesota pollution. Control agency at the end of twenty twenty. The pipeline replacement project will pass through two hundred lakes and streams seventy eight miles of wetlands and land belonging to the minnesota nisha knob people according to an eighteen fifty five treaty op says. She's protesting to uphold that law. Embryos has not has not received a permit from doj boy warrior society. They are lacking that and this right here right now. That's one on isn't illegal illegal. Construction the movement against line three ramped up as bridge started constructing the pipeline last year since then anti pipeline activists known as water protectors have held regular demonstrations. They've also been regularly arrested. Rbm been at a few incidents where people have been arrested. That's winona la duke. She's an indigenous activist from the white earth band of ojibway. She's also a founder of the environmental organization. Honor the earth. She's facing six separate charges for participating in direct actions and protests. Over one hundred and seventy water protectors have been arrested. The duke says it's unjust.

Minnesota President Biden Lindsey Weber Tanya Abed East Lake Doj Boy Warrior Society White Earth Band Of Ojibway Environmental Organization
400 homes evacuated, Rushmore closed amid South Dakota fires

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last week

400 homes evacuated, Rushmore closed amid South Dakota fires

"Wildfires in South Dakota have forced hundreds of people from their homes and have shut down mount Rushmore more than four hundred homes north west of Rapid City South Dakota were under evacuation with three separate fires burning in the black hills there are already reports of structures being destroyed and gusting winds were only making the situation worse governor Christie known traveled to Rapid City and call the losses tragic two fires burning near keystone forced the closure of the mount Rushmore national memorial through at least Wednesday hi Jackie Quinn

South Dakota Rapid City Mount Rushmore Governor Christie Black Hills Mount Rushmore National Memori Jackie Quinn
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:44 min | 3 weeks ago

The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior

"When she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on Monday. Now that the celebration's over He's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in Indian country. NPR's Kirk Siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for Secretary Helland. With so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the West that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations. In her confirmation hearing, Deb Holland nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes. If an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior Our country holds promise for everyone mending a legacy of broken promises is a priority for many of the 574 federally recognized tribes on the Nez Perce reservation elders like Mary Jane Miles, See Holland as a turning point. It feels like we're moving and we are claiming What we could have done a long time ago. The Nez Perce consider much of the northwest their ancestral land, but through a serious of treaties there, now confined to a small slice of remote Idaho River country. U. S government is supposed to protect that land and it's salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the Clearwater River are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change. Miles. Also points to a legacy of toxic mess is from mining that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken, but nationwide, tribal leaders think this might start changing under Holland. The Biden administration is reinstating an Obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands, development or right of way. Projects like a pipeline must be approved first by tribes and Secretary Holland is going to oversee all of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in Colorado. John Echo Hoggett, The Native American Rights Fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies like the Bureau of Indian Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says. The previous administration also spurned tribal input on major lands, decisions, something he's looking forward to restarting. Well, it would prevent things from happening. You know, happened to us here during the last administration elimination of 85% of the Bears ears National Monument, the Keystone XL pipeline, President Obama formally protected the Bears Ears Monument on Utah land considered sacred to native people. Then the Trump Administration dramatically reduced its boundaries, and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them. Secretary Holland will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one. Doctor. Look good afternoon in the money Quest, we add two not to. Ah, hiked back on the Nez Perce tribal leaders like Casey Mitchell want Holland's ear on saving the salmon, and he's optimistic. Unlike with previous administrations, there's no learning curve with Secretary Holland. There's always such high turnover within government entities that you know, sometimes that plays as an excuse. And as a government entity, there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nest purse That trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal brokered by a Republican congressman to remove four dams on the Snake River just downstream from here. Plan they hope Deb Holland will put in front of the president soon. Kirk Siegler,

Kirk Siegler Secretary Helland Secretary Holland Deb Holland Mary Jane Miles Idaho River Biden Administration Holland John Echo Hoggett Native American Rights Fund NPR Clearwater River Bureau Of Indian Affairs Federal Government Bears Ears Monument U. Trump Administration Casey Mitchell National Monument
21 Republican-led states sue Biden over Keystone XL rejection

Networth Radio

00:41 sec | 3 weeks ago

21 Republican-led states sue Biden over Keystone XL rejection

"Administration is being sued. By Red states over revocation of Keystone XL permit, suit argues. President lacks authority. Oh, okay. Yeah, I think that that may have some merit, And I think there's some precedents. Court precedents on that to the Supreme Court and say States really don't have any standing Oh, you think so? Just say you guys don't have any standing here. This is Washington. You're you're cute. They could argue that it's a taking. They could they They will. They will argue that And ah, I anyway if they get hurt, OK, now we get

Supreme Court Washington
The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior

Environment: NPR

03:44 min | 3 weeks ago

The Celebration Over, Deb Haaland Now Faces a Long To-Do List at Interior

"Deb holland made history when she was confirmed as the first indigenous interior secretary on monday now that the celebrations over. She's promised to begin repairing a legacy of broken treaties and abuses committed by the federal government in indian country. Npr's kirk siegler reports on the huge challenges ahead for secretary held with so much land under federal control. There's an old saying here in the west that the interior secretary has a more direct effect on people's day to day lives than the president. This is multiplied on reservations in her confirmation hearing dabhol and nodded to the fact that the department she now leads was historically a tool of oppression toward tribes if an indigenous woman from humble beginnings can be confirmed as secretary of the interior. Our country holds promise for everyone. Mending a legacy of broken. Promises is a priority. For many of the five hundred seventy four federally recognized tribes on the nez perce reservation elders like mary. Jane miles see holland as a turning point at feels like we are moving and we are claiming what we could have done a long time ago. The nez perce consider much of the north west their ancestral land but through a series of treaties. There now confined to a small slice of remote idaho river country. The us government is supposed to protect that land and it salmon. But the fish the lifeline for people here along the clearwater river are nearing extinction due to dams and climate change miles. Also points to a legacy of topic. Messes reminding that the tribe had little say over. I think we've noticed that maybe we've been taken but nationwide tribal leaders think this might start changing under holland. The biden administration is reinstating. An obama era rule requiring consultation. That means any future lands development or right away. Projects like pipeline must be approved first by tribes and secretary holland is going oversee. All of that protection of this government relationship is all important to the tribes in colorado john. Echo hawk at the native american rights fund says that relationship is fraught because interior agencies. Like the bureau of indian. Affairs have been chronically underfunded. He says the previous administration. Also spurn tribal input on major lands decisions. Something he's looking forward to restarting will it would prevent things from happening in. Oh happen to your. During the last administration who emanation of eighty five percent of the bears national monument the keystone excel pipeline. President obama formally protected the bears. Ears monument on utah land considered sacred to native people than the trump administration dramatically reduced its boundaries and there's pressure on the new administration to reinstate or even expand them secretary hall and will travel there next month for a listening tour. Her to do list is a big one dot to look good afternoon. In when nick west we add to not to a hiked back on them says birsh tribal leaders. Like casey mitchell watt holland's ear on saving the salmon and he's optimistic unlike with previous administrations. There's no learning curve with secretary holland. There's always such high turnover within government. Entities that you know sometimes that plays as an excuse and as a government entity there should not be any excuse for the trust responsibility that you hold to the tribes for the nez perce that trust responsibility is at the heart of a new deal. Brokered by republican congressman to remove four dams on the snake river just downstream from here. A plan is deb. Holland will put in front of the president's soon

Deb Holland Kirk Siegler Jane Miles Federal Government Idaho River Secretary Holland Biden Administration Holland Native American Rights Fund NPR Clearwater River Bureau Of Indian North West Mary Nick West Casey Mitchell Watt Holland Barack Obama Colorado President Obama
States sue Biden for revoking Keystone XL pipeline permit

WBZ Morning News

00:27 sec | 3 weeks ago

States sue Biden for revoking Keystone XL pipeline permit

"Attorney general in Ohio, is taking the White House to court on claims The $1.9 Trillion American rescue plan is unconstitutional in preventing states from using federal government aid to lower taxes. A dozen states are suing the Biden administration for revoking the permit to continue to build. The controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline from Canada on claims the president does not have the authority to change energy policy set by

Biden Administration White House Ohio Canada
Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

The Ten News

01:28 min | Last month

Is Biden Delivering on His Climate Promises?

"His twenty twenty campaign. President biden promised move fast on environmental protections. Now that he's been in office for a few months. How's he doing on that promise. I want to hear everything well. So far his administration is added eighteen new regulations and overturned twenty policies that environmental groups like the audubon society and the natural resources. Defense council opposed now toll. Cain they've stopped a coppermine from operating in arizona. After local native american tribes argued it could endanger sacred sites and sensitive habitats administration. Also pump the brakes on a decision to slash three million acres of northern spotted owl habitat. At least for now maybe the biggest decision. So far was ending the permit to finish the keystone excel pipeline. Which was supposed to carry crude oil from alberta canada all the way to the southern states in the gulf coast. Why is that a big deal. Well environmentalists were against the pipeline from the beginning over safety concerns and the increased greenhouse gases that the pipeline would release into the atmosphere. It also threatens the water supply and lands of the rosebud sioux tribe and other native peoples. Is there more work to do abso lutely. But everything's gotta start somewhere right

President Biden Audubon Society Defense Council Cain Arizona Gulf Coast Alberta Canada
"keystones" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

06:31 min | Last month

"keystones" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Back in america. Biden's decision to re cancel keystone. Xl has been met with opposition. Here's who's before. He went to cancun straight out of the gate. President biden announced that he was cancelling the keystone pipeline. That is a major infrastructure project. That is a project that right now. Today has twelve hundred good paying union jobs and in twenty twenty one the keystone pipeline was scheduled to have more than eleven thousand jobs including eight thousand union jobs but reporting shows that republicans might be overstating the economic cost the washington post said that the almost eleven thousand jobs that senator cruz mentioned would largely be temporary. Construction jobs the permanent jobs cut by revoking the keystone. Exiles permit would be closer to fifty when i think about climate change word. I think of his jobs. Good pain union jobs work. America's work making the air cleaner for our kids debris restoring our crumbling. Roads and bridges and ports. President biden wants to create jobs but different kinds of energy jobs. Green energy jobs the issue there of course is getting the votes. He needs to win. The support of key moderates like west virginia democrat. Joe manchin who represents a lot of coal workers. I think we've talked very previously about this. People feel like they've been left behind. Or alaska republican lisa murkowski who represents a lot of oil workers as we're talking about about how you can come in and and assure whether it's the worker in louisiana or mississippi or in west virginia that your job may change. I hope you appreciate an understand. The anxiety in families both president biden and canadian. Prime minister justin trudeau are dealing with the same problem. They both want to forge ahead into green economy without hurting the people working in fossil fuels sarah hastings. Simon says there's two ways to do that option one is basically following the last administration's example. Former president trump with the coal sector. You know talked a lot about being very supportive of the coal industry really even with some quite extreme measures of you know trying to lift environmental protections and things like that and ultimately failed to create jobs option. Two is the biden and trudeau administration's approach which is basically to say. Look we know that for climate. We need to move to a net zero world. We also know that you know. This is increasingly where the markets are going and that has technologies that are lower carbon become increasingly competitive. Not only is this a climate imperative but this is actually just going to be the kind of preferred outcome that the market fines as in. This is the direction the world is heading in. And we gotta keep up. But that's a hard sell to fossil fuel workers whose jobs are already disappearing not only. Is it challenging to actually do the hard work of job. Retraining in providing support to people naval a prosperous future for them but at the same time they're having to kind of fight this counter narrative. Which is well you know if the government was just more supportive of this sector and everybody would keep all. The you know high-paid jobs they have in the resource sector and we wouldn't have to change anything and the funny thing about this transition. Away from fossil fuels is that it's not just concerning to the people who work in the industry. it's also concerning to people. Fighting the industry indigenous activists like molina. Worry that her community will also be left behind. Whenever the green new economy comes what we've seen traditionally as places that predominantly are not communities of color received the benefit of transition technologies like solar or transitioning to more renewable energy systems. We don't see that in communities of color that's the next frontier of this fight for the environmental activists who managed to stop keystone. Xl making sure president biden delivers on any just transition that the people who for hundreds of years relied on fossil fuels for energy and employment and also suffered the environmental and health consequences of those industries. Also get power jobs and clean air and water and the green new economy. She's a reporter and producer. Here today explained. The rest of the team includes will read moods. eighties cecilia. a i'm hassenfeld. And our engineer shapiro. Facts checked by law roscoe peres music by break masters cylinder and hassenfeld ana al saadi producer. Jillian weinberger's the deputy and liz. Kelly nelson is fox's editorial director of podcast. You can get in touch with us on twitter. We are acts today. Underscore explained at rama's firm or you can send an email to today explained. Vox dot com today. Explained is part of the. Vox media podcast network support for this episode comes from facebook bringing your passion to life with the power of community. It's one thing to love something and another thing entirely to share it with someone else with facebook groups you can unlock the power of your passion in find your people wherever they are take on anything with facebook groups more together get started at facebook dot com slash groups..

Jillian weinberger Biden Simon Kelly nelson america Joe manchin lisa murkowski louisiana Today twitter more than eleven thousand jobs cancun republicans facebook mississippi two ways trump shapiro today justin trudeau
"keystones" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:44 min | Last month

"keystones" Discussed on Today, Explained

"But then his successor just immediately reverses that decision then. His successor just immediately reverses that decision. This is going to keep happening forever and ever and ever is just like a presidential see-saw that we're going to be on. I mean no one really knows how long this seesaw will keep going. But a lot of this pipeline has been built in canada but not in america not so much got it but the real question is do you even need a pipeline to import canadian oil in the first place. M years this. This.

US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

Monocle 24: The Globalist

00:23 sec | Last month

US, Canada pledge to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050

"President joe biden said that he and canadian prime minister justin trudeau have agreed to work towards achieving net zero emissions by twenty fifty. The partnership comes after biden revoke to keep permit for the keystone excel pipeline which would have transported eight hundred and thirty thousand barrels a day of carbon intensive heavy crude from canada's alberta to nebraska

President Joe Biden Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Biden Canada Alberta Nebraska
Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet virtually

Buck Sexton

00:40 sec | Last month

Biden and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau meet virtually

"To foreign nations democracy could still deliver for our people. A lot of leaders around the world are trying to make the argument. Autocracy works better, Trudeau says. Like the US beating Cove, it is top of mind. Good job Americans, which could bring up the Keystone XL pipeline. Trudeau wants to proceed. But Biden canceled the project in his first days as President Fox is going all Scott President Biden's pick for AG secretary getting a green light from the Senate today. The city Overwhelmingly approved. Tom Vilsack is agriculture secretary voting to confirm him

Trudeau President Fox Scott President Biden Biden United States AG Senate Tom Vilsack
Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

09:00 min | 2 months ago

Water Justice - Actress Gloria Reuben, Waterkeepers Alliance

"I'd like you to meet gloria reuben. Who was a trustee of the waterkeeper alliance from two thousand seven to two thousand ten and served as an advisor to former vice president. Al gore's environmental organization called the climate reality project and on other natural resources groups as well you will also likely recognize her from her appearances in television series like er and marvel's tv cloak and dagger among others as well as in movies like lincoln and a reasonable doubt. Welcome to green captions radio glorious. Thank you so much for joining us. Thank you for letting me join you. Joe. oh no problem. It's my pleasure my pleasure so let's start with. What condition is our water supply and today as president biden starts his first term as president. What is the water supply. He is inheriting well. I think we would all agree over these last four years the previous president did pretty much anything that he could to eviscerate our clean out air clean water regulations so it is very exciting last night to to witness our new president president. But i didn't as he signed the papers to rejoin the paris climate agreement and to roll back some of the deregulations that the former president clearly. There's a lot of work to be done but that once. We have obviously a leader in place president in place who believes in science and who listens to scientists and who believes in climate change and listens to the scientists gusta climate change and who obviously is a great advocate for the wellbeing of all americans of all peoples that is definitely a hopeful sign the destruction that happened in the last four years previous to President by being sworn in cannot be changed overnight but Reliance as very proud very excited to be on the front lines of this. Very important fight to have drinkable swimming. Fissionable waters for americans and for people around the globe. As you said. I mean it's extraordinary when you can get two point. Five million miles of waterways being protected from from our local over three hundred and fifty plus waterkeeper groups around globe. That's a huge thing. It's a lot of miles. So i'm really excited to join forces again rejoined forces again with this extra organization and in a leadership role so is the did the rollbacks that the trump administration did did they actually result in more water pollution. I mean we obviously have the flint michigan situation but that was not trump. That was the governor in michigan. Right when you talk about pollution in the waterways that goes very much to industries like fossil fuel industries of course like factory farming like businesses corporations. That are allowed to just kind of dump their way store there By rhonette of of making things of manufacturing into the waterways when there's no regulation The clearly people can just do what they want at their own. Well not have to pay any consequences you know it all comes down to first thing which is reenacting these laws again. Going back in place and then enforce laws are terrific things to have. But if they're not enforced than what's also it's important to remember that one of the things that president biden as well last night was to cancel the keystone pipeline. Which has as many of us know has been an ongoing issue for years now. And if i think about it the former president were elected. That very well may have happened. Now i've been to alberto into the athabasca river. I've seen the destruction that's happened with trying to suck out oil from sand. It's not an easy process. Takes more gallons of water from the athabasca river to make one barrel of oil and that is destruction destroy not just obviously the environment but the first nations people that have lived on that land for generations. So it's a it's a trickle down effect if you will of Polluters of Whether they be industries or or again corporations or even individuals whether or not brought to justice when when when there's no law to protect people that lived in that area then it's a free fall and You know. I was a newly appointed just over two months ago so the lot to catch up on. It's a lot of information that i'm soaking up. And we can't wait to be able to fly again safely obviously in good all corners of the world to to meet in person a lavar extraordinary water keepers are clean water warriors. I want i'm sure i'm sure. So does the waterkeeper alliance have a checklist of things that they want. The biden administration. To do i mean are there. Water infrastructure investments Besides putting back in place the clean water act. i mean. We hope that's happening soon. But maybe you're disappointed. It didn't happen right away. What kinds of investments and specifics are you looking for from president biden. Yes well. I think you know as you mentioned. Clean water act course. Everything can happen in one night. So we're confident that that will be reassigned. Only shocks right. I know but go back to the industry. Portion coal ash coal pollution cola. Hashes is definitely something that needs to be addressed in taken care of again. The factory farming issue is a huge thing. Learn in this country. North carolina again. I've been to north carolina. I've seen those ways. They call the ponds or lagoons. They tried to make these names. Sound like it's a recreational place yet now. These are ponds at are made of animal. Waste that seat into the waterway. So that's definitely something that needs to be handled in terrific water keepers in that region. An area that are that are winning lawsuits against not of these factory farms. I think that You know the overall climate issues that Is a abroad umbrella. You'll and plastics. We we all know again. You know plastics Issue jim global issue for sure so clean water act coal cocoa factory farming. These i think are are three very big tangible things that that can be addressed. Well we can he can pass. He can propose legislation that punishes. And as you say enforcement is critical these industrial polluters. It's you know taking a page out of the erin brockovich book relay right but these things also and i totally support on plastic pollution. To get me started on that one will be here for hours but a lot of these things require congressional approval and even though the democrats biden's party control both the house and the senate it's by d. Tiny itsy-bitsy margin right. So how do you. And i know that president by misspeaking bipartisanship since the very first days of his campaign and did so in his inaugural address etcetera but washington is still gridlock. So what's your outlook for whether for example getting factory farming in any kind of legislation. You know control of it. Is that realistic. Yes i think so for. Sure i mean again. These things take time an in carolina. I just wanted to north carolina. Just specifically in that region aren't bringing they aren't litigating certain cases in terms of factory farming. When it comes to the government The legislation in two to be passed in congress isn't going to be tricky but i am the only way to stay in this to even to say yes to this to stay because this is a long term long time mission is to is to keep positive and to just keep on doing. The things that we know will work again. The positive aspects are yes. We do have a house in the senate. So that's a hopeful thing at you know. We don't know what the future will hold of course but for right now we have the majority so that means that and again you know. We have leaders in place who do not deny the truce and they don't make falsities in order to remain in power. There are those who do that. But you know our president and vice president

President Biden Gloria Reuben Waterkeeper Alliance Athabasca River Michigan Al Gore Biden Administration Lincoln JOE Paris Swimming Jim Global Democrats Biden's Party Cola North Carolina Erin Brockovich Senate
Dem Sen. Manchin asks Biden to reverse Keystone XL rejection

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

Dem Sen. Manchin asks Biden to reverse Keystone XL rejection

"Hi Mike Rossi you're reporting a leading Senate Democrat asks president Biden to reverse his rejection of the keystone XL oil pipeline senator Joe Manchin the new chairman of the Senate energy committee is urging president Joe Biden to reconsider his executive order revoking a presidential permit for the on again off again keystone XL oil pipeline in siding with Republicans the West Virginia Democrat said in a letter to Biden keystone XL and other pipelines continue to be the safest mode to transport oil and natural gas resources and they support thousands of high paying American union jobs mansion is also questioning Biden's action to have the U. S. rejoined the global Paris climate agreement might rejoin the Paris agreement on his first day in office Mike Rossio Washington

Mike Rossi Senator Joe Manchin Senate Energy Committee Biden Biden Keystone Xl Joe Biden Senate West Virginia Paris U. Mike Rossio Washington
Cases of Flu Are Down Globally

Quick News Daily Podcast

04:08 min | 2 months ago

Cases of Flu Are Down Globally

"Job. Maybe next time you're here you can present. That would be getting green jobs. So i'm just asking when that happened. Richard trumka who is a friend longtime friend of joe biden says about that day one eastone. He says i wish he. The president has paired that. Were carefully with the thing that he did. second by saying. Here's where we are creating jobs. So there's partial evidence from richard trumka. Well you didn't include all of his interview. Would you like to include. How about this. The international union of north america said the keystone decision will cost one thousand existing union jobs and ten thousand projected construction jobs. Well what mr trump. Also indicated in the same interview was that president biden has proposed a climate plan with transformative investments and infrastructure and laid out a plan that will not only create millions of good union jobs but also helped tackle the climate crisis. That guy was peter doocy from fox news and i always hate his questions because he takes four ever to get to the point he just beats around the bush because his conscience is fighting him the whole time and at least that's what it seems like. It's like that tiny little part of them that still has morals and ethics is trying to tell him. He's being deceiving and a bad journalist. But pete here just wants at fox news money one of the more unexpected biden policies. I would say. Just because. I never thought he would actually do. It is that he announced on friday. That trump wouldn't be eligible to receive intelligence briefings anymore. This is the first time that a former president has been cut out of these briefings. But we've never truly had a president trump have we biden explained in that norah o'donnell interview saying quote. I just think that there's no need for him. To have the intelligence briefings. What value is giving him. An intelligence briefing. What impact does he have at all other than the fact that he might slip and say something and he also said that has shown quote erratic behavior. Well that certainly the polite way to say that. He's been acting crazy honestly if he didn't read them well he was president. Why should he get them now. I mean the way. I imagine it. They practically had to create puppet shows and plays to get him the information that was in those briefings like they probably had to act it out for him. The man doesn't or possibly can't read so the story here as promised is about the flus really bad year sir remember. I talked a couple weeks ago. About how bad well not. How bad how good for us it was that. This year's flu season is almost nonexistent. In that was in new york city as it turns out that sort of the case. Globally this reporting from the atlantic followed a doctor from the mayo clinic in rochester minnesota. And they just sort of talked it over with them. What they're seeing in. Why we might be seeing this really good flu season for us. He said on december first that they began testing all patients with respiratory symptoms for covert and the flu so thousands and thousands of these tests have turned up positive for covid but out of the twenty thousand flu tests that they've run which is ten times. The usual number zero have come back positive for the flu since early fall. Eight hundred thousand flu tests in the. Us have been done and only fifteen hundred have been positive. That's point two percent for context. That's about one hundred times so last year. We had a hundred times more cases at this time when we had done. Eight hundred thousand tests back then. The flu positivity rate was anywhere between twenty and thirty percent twenty and thirty percent a lot of other respiratory viruses have disappeared as well well disappeared in quotes because they're still out there somewhere including ones for the common cold. Obviously the reason for this is the number of restrictions and precautions that we've had to put in place social distancing masks etc and all of those help because the regular flu and covid spread in pretty much the same ways however covert spreads more easily because it can be passed on by people who don't even have symptoms in front example just look at all these super spreader events. That didn't happen before. It's not like if you went to the movie theater and just anyone had the flu. You al- suddenly got the flu. There are also differences at the macroscopic level. Like how it sticks to the particles that we exhale when we breathe or talk like cova sticks more easily so is easier to transmit of course doctors

Richard Trumka FLU International Union Of North A Mr Trump President Biden Peter Doocy Fox News Biden Joe Biden Donnell Norah Pete Bush Mayo Clinic Rochester New York City Atlantic Minnesota
Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue

Native America Calling

03:52 min | 2 months ago

Line 3 pipeline lawsuit fails, campaigners want Kansas City name change, and Dakota Access pipeline protests continue

"This is national native news. Tonia gonzales tribes and environmental organizations lost a legal battle to stop construction of the line. Three pipeline in northern minnesota. But their attorney says there are still some good options in the fight against the pipeline as melinda to whose reports monet naismith is a staff attorney with earthjustice. She is representing the red lake band of chippewas. The white earth band of ojibway the indigenous rights group honor the earth and the sierra club. In fighting the three hundred forty mile pipeline tributary third. The minnesota court of appeals rejected the request for a preliminary injunction to stop work on it and bridge. The canadian company building line three claims it is exempt from needing a new presidential permit to cross the us. Canadian border because the pipeline is considered a replacement project and it secured that permit decades ago. However naismith says it's an entirely new pipeline along an entirely new route so it really is a new project. In any case she said the us president can resend the permit at will like president biden. Just did for the keystone excel tar sands pipeline. A second option is to get the army corps of engineers to resend several permits. She argues the core granted illegally last november under the clean water act which allowed construction to start but the law is very clear that before issuing a permit under the clean water act and an evaluation under the national environmental policy act or niba that the army corps needed to look at the risk of spills from the pipeline and needed to look at how that risk of spills would affect local tribes and tribal resources and they did neither here in the line. Three earthjustice filed a lawsuit in federal district court in washington. Dc last december seeking to get the permits overturned naismith also filed for a preliminary injunction which would allow her clients to have their day in court. Melinda to who's national native news members of indigenous groups demonstrated outside the tampa bay. Buccaneers that stadium in florida sunday as football fans headed in for the super bowl. They held change the name signs calling on the visiting kansas city team to end. Its use of native names and is a leash. Norris with the group. Florida indigenous rights and equality says much of the day was spent educating the public about indigenous people. Rethought we have to at least go stand and educate and make a statement that it's not okay to objectify and dehumanize indigenous people of our land inc. we're building awareness for sure and It's i think it's just interaction at a time so we've had a couple of positive interactions and then some that are not so positive but i think at any any type of interaction is a step in the right direction to create a shift and as soon as you turn the light on and bring awareness to something People have to think about it even if they don't want to and they're mad about it they still have to think about it so i think for that. We are building awareness in harboring is an education to this area on this issue members from the group not in our honor based in the kansas city area traveled to tampa to join the demonstration. Planes were also rented which flu around tampa over the weekend. With change the name banners the standing rock youth council is hosting a run to call on president biden to shut down the dakota access pipeline young people from the standing rock and cheyenne river sioux nations. Plan to run to the site of the no dapple resistance counts for years ago in north dakota. The run to the cannonball river is scheduled to begin on tuesday. I'm antonio

Tonia Gonzales Monet Naismith White Earth Band Of Ojibway Th President Biden Naismith Minnesota Court Of Appeals Red Lake Sierra Club Melinda Florida Indigenous Rights And Army Corps Of Engineers Minnesota United States Buccaneers Kansas City Tampa Bay Army Norris
Halting The Keystone XL Pipeline Could Affect Houston

Houston's Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 months ago

Halting The Keystone XL Pipeline Could Affect Houston

"Of the Bagni administration, America first policies that we had under Donald Trump. They're gone. Here's ktrh is close. Saunders. Yeah, we're back in the Paris climate deal. Immigration policy has changed. He even planned to vaccinate Gitmo terrorists before Americans. Political scientist Alan Sacks, says the one that hurts most cancelation of Keystone. It could damage Houston DAMAGE Texas. In fact, Governor Greg Abbott has already made a pronouncement. He's going to defend Texas energy against those kinds of implementations. Thousands of jobs already killed. Sachs has a theory as to why it's happening. President Biden is not read the president He's taking his marching orders. I'm guessing just a wild guess from President Obama, who, as we all know, wasn't a fan of American energy during his eight years in Washington. Thanks a lot.

Bagni Administration Alan Sacks Governor Greg Abbott Donald Trump Saunders Texas Paris President Biden America Houston Sachs Barack Obama Washington
"keystones" Discussed on The Big Story

The Big Story

05:02 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on The Big Story

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Jason marcus off is the alberta correspondent for maclean's magazine. He joins us to try to explain what happens now. Hello jason wish me luck so in the couple of weeks now. Since joe biden has taken office and immediately cancelled the keystone excel permit. How his albert reacted. Not well as could be. Expected is opposed the way i'd put it. You know jason kenney got elected with a three word slogan not a phrase three word slogan jobs economy pipelines pipelines was the big punctuation point on that. And it's been a big issue for help out bird government and the economy for a long time that we don't have this big glut of oil sands and oil were producing and nowhere really to shit or no way to ship it out of there. That's been a big drag on alpern awale prices and benjamin prices for quite a while now keystone excel has been in the works for basically a decade now uh since they applied for this project as transcanada energies into long that they're no longer called transplanted called tc energy. Canada became less of an on vogue term to use in the names and this this has become the gun of the poster child. The original poster child for environmental activism and push back against oil industry pipelines The americans have been pushing back on this south from the left for quite a while. obama killed in two thousand fifteen. He decided to not allow permit. Donald trump brought it back in two thousand seventeen and it was no surprise. Almost anybody that Biden was going to kill it in in twenty twenty one Once he got nauseated and yet it was portrayed as a major disappointment and huge letdown for the government and to some extent for canada. Yeah i was gonna ask if obama killed this thing once already And it's really unpopular with the american left. Why didn't it seem like we were more prepared for this. You know i played a clip In the intro of kenny reacting on the day of biden's inauguration but surely as soon as it became clear he won. This was coming down the pipeline. There was an optimism and almost. I'd say an idealism about how a biden administration might act. People knew well the the history and the baggage that this project had that it was killed by obama when joe biden was the vice president of course and this had become this iconic push for the environmental movement did it it had that totemic status and yet there were people within the canadian government and especially the alberta government who thought they crashed an argument Through which this would work and that had several layers to it one Was the fact that there were many union. Jobs in america And in canada on the go for this there were was going to produce jobs at a time when jobs are scarce and these economies need these construction industrial and infrastructure jobs and they were hoping that would appeal to the lunch bucket. Union leanings of joe biden in his administration. There was also an argument that this was not the same project and the ever loyal sent throughout the same oil sands that they were in twenty fifteen when this project was rejected by obama or before twenty fifty back when there was much less of an issue of oil sands cleaning up their act like there is now out the oil sands have worked their best to lower the carbon intensity and the carbon footprint of their projects and they were going Tc energy the company that was going to build. This pipeline was talking about making their project. Carbon zero carbon neutral net zero through various means the actual pipeline construction itself. Not the oil flowing through it and there was also gonna talk Giving indigenous which oppose this quite often in the states Some equity stake in it so there were various ways. The canadians albertans thought they could thread the needle and make this an appeal peeling project. Make it some kind of package. Deal with other green initiatives that That canada and biden would go through jointly but the legacy of this project the baggage of this project mistakes the politics surrounding this whole saga from obama to trump to biden Made it an easy win for For biden to kill despite all the positives that this project could have given

Joe biden trump jason joe biden Biden Kenny Jason marcus biden america Donald trump obama jason kenney alberta government jason kenny two thousand fifteen canadians two thousand seventeen over two thousand women three word twenty fifteen
With no Keystone XL pipeline, whats Albertas Plan B?

The Big Story

05:02 min | 2 months ago

With no Keystone XL pipeline, whats Albertas Plan B?

"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Jason marcus off is the alberta correspondent for maclean's magazine. He joins us to try to explain what happens now. Hello jason wish me luck so in the couple of weeks now. Since joe biden has taken office and immediately cancelled the keystone excel permit. How his albert reacted. Not well as could be. Expected is opposed the way i'd put it. You know jason kenney got elected with a three word slogan not a phrase three word slogan jobs economy pipelines pipelines was the big punctuation point on that. And it's been a big issue for help out bird government and the economy for a long time that we don't have this big glut of oil sands and oil were producing and nowhere really to shit or no way to ship it out of there. That's been a big drag on alpern awale prices and benjamin prices for quite a while now keystone excel has been in the works for basically a decade now uh since they applied for this project as transcanada energies into long that they're no longer called transplanted called tc energy. Canada became less of an on vogue term to use in the names and this this has become the gun of the poster child. The original poster child for environmental activism and push back against oil industry pipelines The americans have been pushing back on this south from the left for quite a while. obama killed in two thousand fifteen. He decided to not allow permit. Donald trump brought it back in two thousand seventeen and it was no surprise. Almost anybody that Biden was going to kill it in in twenty twenty one Once he got nauseated and yet it was portrayed as a major disappointment and huge letdown for the government and to some extent for canada. Yeah i was gonna ask if obama killed this thing once already And it's really unpopular with the american left. Why didn't it seem like we were more prepared for this. You know i played a clip In the intro of kenny reacting on the day of biden's inauguration but surely as soon as it became clear he won. This was coming down the pipeline. There was an optimism and almost. I'd say an idealism about how a biden administration might act. People knew well the the history and the baggage that this project had that it was killed by obama when joe biden was the vice president of course and this had become this iconic push for the environmental movement did it it had that totemic status and yet there were people within the canadian government and especially the alberta government who thought they crashed an argument Through which this would work and that had several layers to it one Was the fact that there were many union. Jobs in america And in canada on the go for this there were was going to produce jobs at a time when jobs are scarce and these economies need these construction industrial and infrastructure jobs and they were hoping that would appeal to the lunch bucket. Union leanings of joe biden in his administration. There was also an argument that this was not the same project and the ever loyal sent throughout the same oil sands that they were in twenty fifteen when this project was rejected by obama or before twenty fifty back when there was much less of an issue of oil sands cleaning up their act like there is now out the oil sands have worked their best to lower the carbon intensity and the carbon footprint of their projects and they were going Tc energy the company that was going to build. This pipeline was talking about making their project. Carbon zero carbon neutral net zero through various means the actual pipeline construction itself. Not the oil flowing through it and there was also gonna talk Giving indigenous which oppose this quite often in the states Some equity stake in it so there were various ways. The canadians albertans thought they could thread the needle and make this an appeal peeling project. Make it some kind of package. Deal with other green initiatives that That canada and biden would go through jointly but the legacy of this project the baggage of this project mistakes the politics surrounding this whole saga from obama to trump to biden Made it an easy win for For biden to kill despite all the positives that this project could have given

Jordan Heath Rawlings Jason Marcus Maclean's Magazine Joe Biden Alpern Awale Barack Obama Jason Kenney Canada Biden Administration Transcanada Canadian Government Alberta Government Alberta Donald Trump Jason Benjamin Biden Kenny America
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Tours Houston Ship  Channel Days After Keystone XL Pipeline Project Cancelled

Our American Stories

00:31 sec | 2 months ago

House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy Tours Houston Ship Channel Days After Keystone XL Pipeline Project Cancelled

"Leader Kevin McCarthy was in Houston today. Touring the Houston ship Channel. Days after President Biden canceled the Keystone XL pipeline project and hold to drilling on federal land, McCarthy says. We must continue to protect and promote. Our natural resource is Every part that you add up simple pin in the last two weeks By Joe Biden has cut jobs in American made US weaker. House Republicans are proposing legislation that would block Biden's ability to ban new energy or mineral leases of federal lands without the approval of Congress.

President Biden Houston Kevin Mccarthy Mccarthy Joe Biden Biden House United States Congress
Buoyed by Keystone XL, pipeline opponents want Biden to act

WBZ Afternoon News

00:27 sec | 2 months ago

Buoyed by Keystone XL, pipeline opponents want Biden to act

"Infectious South African variant of Corona virus was first discovered in the United States in South Carolina on Thursday, then another case was found in Maryland yesterday. That highly contagious strain again in it now in Maryland in South Carolina doctors she's shot you have Brown University School of Public Health says on ABC is Good Morning America. It's likely these variants, arm or white spread these various or probably everywhere, not just in the states for identifying them. But in others as well. California and Minnesota now reporting cases of a Brazilian variant and hundreds of cases of the UK variant have been found in the police 32 states. Study show Our current vaccines protect against the UK variant, but the South African variant could pose more issues.

South Carolina Brown University School Of Pub Maryland America ABC Minnesota California UK
"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

02:23 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Monica brain have a good one.

"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:03 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Cautiously cautiously but of course was happy you know and just just yeah just to see it you know. And that's good but of course you know it's just like this is america and politics and all of that and So you know cautious. We have to be cautious. You know but at the same time you know It's just another hurdle you know the struggle to build their land land-based we're going to be faced with you know fighting for our water and our land and cheesy rights. You name it rules. Things don't change. That's just ongoing. 'cause we're land-based also that that's what we're going to have to deal with. Yeah absolutely well. I want to add one more voice to the conversation. Joining us now is just in depre- he is a tribal executive board member for the cinnabon tribes of the fort peck reservation and he's also a member of the tribe. Welcome to native america calling councilman depre- monica thank you Good morning to faith in madonna's well so how close would the keystone excel pipeline. Come to the fort peck reservation. So this pipeline would skirted the western boundary of our reservation and the proposed crossing site would have been within a quarter of a mile off reservation and the exact location. This is where the milk river and missouri river meet which is the southwestern border reservation and Four four pack. Our southern border is the missouri river and our western boundary. Is the milk river so it was a pretty significant area For a whole lot of reasons. And so if if there was just you know. I am context for our listeners if there was a pipeline break and and we're talking about a different kind of oil here from like for example the oil. That's going through the dakota access pipeline. This is oil the comes from the tar sands in canada. So what what would a break mean for your water in fort pack. And what did the the pipeline company tell you about how they would sort of mitigates any issues. You know that will happen. Because of the break in terms of the pipeline having communication with the tribes. We honestly haven't had much of direct contact with that company but you know for four tries we have a water treatment plant not too far downstream from the proposed pipeline. Crossing on missouri. River are concerned. Probably one of our biggest concern was when a leak was to happen. How would this take place. Approximately twenty eight thousand people who currently receive water off our water treatment plant received fresh water. You know We take water off the missouri river and we have friends and relatives downstream who also have similar concerns. Whether that's tribal or non tribal but yeah. This is a a one. One of our biggest concerns here at fort peck. So when you heard the news President biden cancelling. The permit are you. Are you excited about this. You know there's there's a little relief. But like i said you know It was mentioned earlier. Faith in madonna talks about Think they're gonna be people. Keep coming up some from different avenues and you know we got to be prepared. Yeah so Esten tell us tell us a little bit more about Some of the efforts to prevent the pipeline from from being you know Built near your reservation you know again. It was mentioned earlier about the grassroots people you know. We used our Our tribe we use a lot of Court and litigation processes but again we've We've opposes project from the beginning of his discussions and again we've been litigation for quite some time I'm glad you're the current decision to stop this project and there are a lot of into there have been a far too many people to Name that has always been at the forefront of this discussion but who those who are listening good job. All right we are talking about the keystone xl pipeline. We're gonna go to a short break after the break. I want to talk a little bit more about Some of the things that would come with the pipeline including man camps as well as Some efforts to work on other pipeline or some other pipelines. That folks have concerns about that. Maybe haven't been canceled. There's still time if you want to get in on the conversation. Give us a call. The number is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native. you can tweet us at one. Eight hundred nine nine native is well. We'll be right back support. By the association of american indian physicians and the samsa sponsored opioid response network working with tribal communities across the nation to address the opioid crisis. Breaking the cycle starts with preventing opioid misuse treating opioid use disorder with medications and counseling and recovery support during all phases of recovery. If you or a loved one is challenged by opioid use disorder. You can find additional information at a p dot org. This is native. America calling monica brain sitting in for tara gatewood. There's still time to get in on our conversation. About the future of the keystone excel pipeline. Give us a call. The number is one eight hundred nine nine. Six two eight four eight and let's go to the phone lines. We've got our sela on the shine shine river sioux reservation in south dakota tuned in on kipi. Hey there marcella thanks for holding. What do you wanna share today. hello thank you for having this program. I'm really learning a lot. And it's good to hear madonna and the chairman from four pets. I live on the shining river indian reservation and Have you you've heard. The pipeline is is going to be within a couple miles of our western border. But currently we know that there's too large man camps that are being constructed each within sixty miles boorda so my question is for faith Do you have an updates about the status of of men camps in south dakota one of the things that were involved in at home is we organized. A group called nigel to look at human trafficking because it is happening in and around reservation but also violence against native women. So i just wanted to share that and ask faith that she has an update.

south dakota canada today Esten samsa America depre- monica Eight hundred nine nine sixty miles one One Approximately twenty eight tho four pets american each shining river indian dakota madonna marcella one eight hundred nine nine
"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

08:08 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on Native America Calling

"For the controversial project intended to pump millions of gallons of oil from canada to the gulf coast. President barack obama denied the original permit president. Donald trump then revived the project. Some members of congress are currently working on legislative action to counter biden's decision today. We'll get perspective on what biden's decision means and whether it is a major blow or just a minor speed bump in the plans by pipeline backers and we want to hear from you give us a call two one eight hundred nine six two eight four eight. That's also one eight hundred nine nine native and joining us now. Is faith spotted eagle. She is an elder grandmother coordinator for the braveheart society and chair of the honked to wing. He honked treaty committee and she is a to co welcome back to native america calling faith. Good morning good morning. Thank you monica you were i remember. You are on the show about six or seven years ago. Talking about the pipeline. And you've been working on it on this issue for longer than that. So let's talk about. What compelled you to take up the struggle. okay i think the original movement that i was involved in was being borne along the missouri river. It was the movement of the river. And i had two years old. I witnessed the killing of my. What white swan community along the missouri. And as you know every including Justin slammed up at fort peck. Every single dam was put on the missouri river main stem on a native community and essentially. We were homeless. I was two years old. And i witnessed the dismantling of old log tough two years old but i remember it. I couldn't talk. I didn't understand. But i feel the sadness and anger and at twelve years old. My dad told me he said my girl. You're going to have to do something about this. And i told him i said i'm twelve. I don't know what to do and he said you'll figure it out so i figured it out. It's been a lifelong for me of protecting and defending the water and it fits into the role of women where we have the first medicine in the one. We use water for cooking. We use water for ceremony. So it just became a natural part of my life of standing up and when the keystone pipeline. I heard about it. Thirteen years ago at a treaty meeting in rapid city. It was hosted by Are relative up there And mario gonzales. Well-known treaty attorney. Who helped with the black hills case that you better watch out. He said the textile pipeline is coming from the north west for montana. He said it's going to be tough. And so. I paid attention. Because couple years prior we had filed suit against the keystone pipeline or the the pipeline in eastern south dakota we failed it went to court. In minnesota and henry clinton was involved and it said that we didn't expound on the treaty. But in retrospect it was good that we didn't pursue that one because the setting was right and there wasn't as much stronger treaty. Language there and so when this other situation came up with mobilized and fighting as i said thirteen years ago and we created a just many many water protectors land protectors People that might be listening. I give my hand to you. I raised my hands up to you for doing this. Good fight together. But we begin By realizing allies really important and me being seventy two years old and going through the sixties battles the seventies battles all the fights that we've been in including the historical. We realized that the most important thing was to ally and to cooperate. And that's easier said than done. But the first major gathering was the international treaty to protect the sacred at the hawk territory and we created a the government said we could no longer do treaties. But we decided we can do our own internal treaties. So there's treaty was to protect the sacred against the excel and the tar sands so we thought of our people north and the people with idle no more with fought back so we created this treaty as an open ended. Invitation to work together and at that time we invited. i remember. It was the first time. I heard about the clip down in nebraska. And i called her up and i said jane we're la. Can you bring your farmers up. And so she brought them up. It was a very emotional gathering. They cried about losing their land. And i remember somebody in the audience. Jokingly said you're the new indians now you know about losing land and so. We taught him how to be teased and they signed the treaty. We had Tom poor bear from the lawless. Who signed as the vice chair. Our chairman and ten first nations in canada Ruben george from the selena to was really fighting kinder- organ Many many other leaders and We had the pony come up. It was actually the revival of the peace treaty that was forced upon us between the pony nation. And the one two. We had the Walter alcohol came up very esteemed lawyer and he helped our lawyers and the grassroots craft this treaty. We signed it. We went forward. Tom forebear said you know what i remember. He used to call me girl he said. Hey girl this is. Only the first step. And i said you. Betcha and he and i and other people testified in snowstorms Permit hearings just over and over again and then. He hosted a meeting in rapid city. He said i'll tag team and take it from here. So clawless will host the rapid city meeting so we went from there from there. We went by then we had revived the kabwe indian alliance which actually was started in the seventy s. I have to not forget that it was not original with us. It was started with Many of our people in the black hills who were fighting the uranium and some of those have passed on now rowsley little under was part of this movement. she's passed on many other pipeline fighters have passed on now. What from there. We'd begin to talk about. What are we going to do on the national level. So we organized the Reject and protect and we decided that we were going to go to washington. We worked with Arvo our pipe peoper looking. He kept the prayers going at home. He chose to keep the land strong and stay at home during our action. And we had Many people mobilized and take courses washington. Dc and we wrote across the washington mall around it and to the capitol and we requested a meeting with obama. He sent his His employees to meet with us in one of the executive buildings win in there We had several chairman. The chairman the rose but chairman and all of us grassroots societies and grandmothers and. We told him we said. Thank you for the invite but We need to talk to you. We don't want to talk to your underlings. And so we left the meeting and we walked out and we said if this is nation to nation we need to see Are relative obama and so that really propelled us into the national international arena of what this fight was about an after that many many actions came about we just constantly and then we created a national promised to protect with three fifty dot. Org we have forty thousand people who have signed on to if necessary. Come to south dakota and we said we can't handle that. That's too much but we appreciate you in mind and spirit because this was you know after remember kicks. Al started way before standing rock. Okay excel was able to and we made a vow that were into getting arrested. We're getting into us a very finite weapons of war to protect our lambs and so we did. There were a few people that got arrested in the very beginning and That was to bring attention to it. And i have to give my hands up to her. Deb white mush deb..

canada twelve years Donald trump nebraska twelve Tom mario gonzales Justin obama washington congress seventy s. forty thousand people monica thirteen years ago south dakota Thirteen years ago eastern south dakota President ten
"keystones" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

05:41 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on Party Lines

"We didn't have a cabin emissions in alberta in two thousand fifteen when the project was cancelled. So if you're jason kenney you're in this awkward position of finding yourself. Maybe after years of campaigning is to carbon tax saying to the biden administration. Look we have carbon tax we have those emission mission catholic will take climate seriously like. Let's have the pipeline now. It's probably not an argument. That kenny himself is going to make like it's probably going to be true though. Who makes that argument Or christopher nolan make that argument but all the same like we have to go to america and say like look as a nation. We've been doing our work when it comes to climate change So this pipeline fits in with that vision. And and i imagine this is what i mean. When i say it's going to reward our politics is that you know like Jason kenny and trudeau are not the best of friends. The they're reasonably might characterize in his political foes but they're going to have each other's backs on this but you know we're gonna see Over the next few weeks or next few days. If that's how long the clock is trudeau very force. We come out in front of this and say we support alberta and having this pipeline which is a position that trudeau hasn't had to be in a while. Yeah and it is a position as he mentioned Also at that press conference from the clip. You played there that he had long before he was prime minister And he he actually declared when he was at a meeting of progressives in washington knowing the risks of of declaring that in front of a room of progressive so it's not something he Is that a position. He took four political opportunism. It's a position he took. Because i guess he believed it was the right thing to do for the economy and for energy development in this country. It seems to me though that it's going to be pretty hard to pick up the phone and call For instance joe biden's head of climate change. John kerry former secretary of state. Who was the secretary of state under obama who cancelled keystone excel to pick up the phone and call him and say hey. Remember that thing that you did before will now. We've got a carbon tax. So maybe i just don't see it happening and and it's your right like there's there's more things on the table than there were before but the project itself is so fraught and has become so symbolic particularly in the state of nebraska. We're at Has been contested in the courts. There's so much fraught around this this name and this pipeline that i don't know if there's anything that the government could say and and if joe biden signs an executive order then i like using that sort of it right. I just don't know where the lobby comes from at that point. The the flip side to this is that you know. A lot of people were were concerned. The carbon tax In this country. And i'm talking about people like jason kenny or other conservatives that it would somehow make us less competitive globally that because we have this additional taxes..

joe biden Jason kenny christopher nolan alberta jason kenny jason kenney america washington obama nebraska trudeau John kerry kenny two thousand fifteen next few weeks biden administration next few days prime secretary of state excel
"keystones" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

04:01 min | 2 months ago

"keystones" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"This marketplace podcast is supported by. Moody's talks podcasts. Do you want the sharpest insights into the forces shaping. Our future for expert views on. What's next for the economy. Emerging markets healthcare and more checkout. Moody's talks podcasts. It explores the issues and trends that matter. Most from climate change at tech to politics finance credit and more head to moody's dot com slash morning or search your favorite podcast platform for moody's talks one part of martin luther king. Junior's lawyers is the civil rights act of nineteen sixty eight also known as the fair housing act because it outlawed housing discrimination on the basis of race religion national origin or sex king didn't live to see its passage marketplace's amy scott reports on how the act has fared in recent years. The fair housing act was introduced in one thousand nine hundred sixty six thanks to pressure from martin luther king junior and other civil rights leaders but for two years. The bill went nowhere. Bill died in congress. A bit of democracy died. A bit of our commitment to justice died then. On april fourth nineteen sixty eight king was assassinated and amidst the public outrage that followed president lyndon johnson pushed congress to act the time is ear action must be trail lewis is director of advocacy with habitat for humanity new york city and it was only because the dr king's assassination at that bill was passed later and it was president. Johnson's desk more than fifty years. On fair housing advocates. Say the law has been weakened last year the trump administration repealed in obama. Era rule called affirmatively furthering fair housing as part of its push for deregulation. The rule had required local governments to develop plans to address housing segregation or risk. Losing federal aid under trump hood also passed a rule making it harder to prove that a practice is discriminatory if it has a quote disparate impact on protected groups like when a landlord rents only to people with fulltime jobs. Which could disproportionately exclude black applicants. The trump administration kept up a drumbeat of really attacking and eviscerating our fair housing laws. Lisa rice is head of the national fair housing alliance. She expects the new administration to restore those protections. The biden harris administration has said that it wants to place racial equity. At the top of its agenda you cannot have racial equity without disparate impact. And without affirmatively furthering fairhousing. She acknowledges there will be a lot of urgent issues. Competing for the new government's attention like addressing the pandemic that is especially hurt people of color. She says in part because of segregation. I'm amy scott for marketplace and i'm brianna shore with the marketplace morning report from. Apm american public media this marketplace podcast is sponsored by maryl- maryl- guided investing allows you to adding goals and get investment strategies aligned with your needs as you manage life. Meryl's professionals help. Keep your goals on track by building. Monitoring and rebalancing your portfolio get started at merrill edge dot com slash investing goals merrill lynch pierce and smith incorporated both registered broker dealer and investment advisor members. Sipc..

Lisa rice two years Johnson lyndon johnson congress last year fair housing act more than fifty years moody Bill april fourth nineteen sixty one thousand obama civil rights act of nineteen s dr king brianna shore new york city hundred maryl- housing
"keystones" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:24 min | 1 year ago

"keystones" Discussed on KCRW

"The keystone oil pipeline is up and running again after a recent big spill in North Dakota the pipeline which stretches from Alberta Canada all the way to Houston reportedly leaked almost four hundred thousand gallons of tar sands oil into a wetland area this bill was keystones second major one in two years that's raised concerns about a second pipeline called the keystone XL which isn't built yet but he's proposed path goes through Montana South Dakota and Nebraska Jeannie Crumley is a retired teacher who lives along that path in Nebraska we caught up with her yesterday afternoon she was in the middle of a meeting of affected landowners with their lawyers I asked her first what they're discussing it discussion of the whole process the history where we currently stand and what we're looking toward in the future and was key stone excel involve the actual taking of some of your land are you just near it and affected in some other we are at no absolutely I'm affected landowner there would be two quarters of ground that they have their eyes on and describe where you live in Nebraska I live in rural northeast Nebraska two factors I think are important number one were on what they would call the edge of the sand hill strangely standing very marginal very fragile soil we are on the Ogallala aquifer so any spill could impact the aquifer which is when the nation's most important water sources and it is a family farm it's a family farm where in the third generation the fourth generation is currently taking over the operation of the fifth generation is in college too grandson standing ache with the intent of moving back to the farm so we have a hundred years of investment in interest in this land so did reps from trans Canada the corporation that owns the pipeline come to talk to you about this project and and if they did what they say they phoned in the very beginning to say they were taking our land and here's what they were offering and we came in to the whole fight against neutral really not knowing and we have turned to the our legal team to be our spokes person because he turns Canada's a multi million dollar operation we don't have the expertise to read the expense and understand and so we're relying on a really excellent legal team to represent us and how many landowners are there being represented they have almost a hundred landowners seventy summer active in current lawsuit but we have held the survey for ten years adding to this the recent spill in North Dakota must have affected your view of the project no it just confirmed our view of the project it because you know I I essentially have a master's degree in bright light now we've been doing this for ten years and we've watched bills along the way for ten years so it's no surprise to us so the question isn't yes there will still the question is where and when it does are we protected when you go back to the idea of the eminent domain it's a foreign corporation running a pipe through American soil to deliver product export to China not a bit of which will be used an honest United States certainly none in Nebraska there is no public use there's no public gain from it and so it's a great misuse of eminent domain law so you're saying that eminent domain la either shouldn't or doesn't apply here saying that the state has used eminent domain law but I think all citizens should look at what the eminent domain law yes and when did it transformed from public use or public to actually corporate profits and so I think that's something that all citizens should be concerned about and should be working at the legislative level to really have it redefined Jeannie calmly who lives along the proposed keystone XL pipeline in Nebraska thank you very much thank you twenty nine year old so chi chi a hall of el Paso Texas thinks the best way to listen to music isn't through here but it's actually in your car when you're just surrounded by if.

North Dakota Alberta Canada ten years four hundred thousand gallons twenty nine year million dollar hundred years two quarters two years
"keystones" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"You know mixes really good has a number line flavor to it. And, and the ingredients here you're talking about a exotic Kitone, formulation. So these keystones when people flip from using glucose over carbohydrate in order to use for fuel as people are getting better understanding, you can use key cones directly as a fuel source, particularly.

"keystones" Discussed on Rotated Views

Rotated Views

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on Rotated Views

"And especially if you see how many friends these people have right? So someone that's five hundred thousand friends anytime, they're shouting out keystone boxing. That's hitting a thousand people just like that. And you can't that's free. Yeah. Yeah. And that's what that's what I said wards out. It's a lot. It's just like people forgot about Email marketing right about words. Now. That's legit. The best Martin you can have. 'cause means a lot is very powerful know, and he can get it will gain it will gain the trust. You know, if you Jim bride away more than an at if Miguel says somebody you'll go to my boy who say he's good. That means lot all his friends will go there. You know, regardless of you know, any review whatever, you know, they go there Miguel said that absolutely. So switching up me, and my family, we all love boxing. And we love 'em you watching it and buying my money. Get home. So so just out of curiosity. Are you are you also a fan in buying the the the pay per view events or going to them whether it's MMA whether it's pox in whatever because we literally get excited every weekend we want boxing. We look for some sort of fight to watch. So we all have kids, and you know, they have to go home and take your kids and the vet was at my house, but they go home, and we're still texting John you. Did you see that? All my God, it is so thrilling. It's so exciting. Imagine someone who's really involved how it is for you. Oh, I love them. Listen, I love every event every boxing match. Very busy with my family. Like, I'm I've been following my father-in-law advise pass at the told me about eight years ago, usually go, and I've been following this advice ever since he says, if you're not if you're not if you're not home home, you should be you should be you might be at work. If you're where you you better be making money right now work, you got to be with your family. Yeah. So it's always mean like, I only have listen, I'm wrong. Helping out fixing staff I'm outside with my with my family or my friends having a good time where I'm at work, and sometimes it's hard to be able to remember others box in mind. Yeah. Soon as my friends get to get into your are we watching this vitamin a year alien. So we start talking about it. And it's just like like you pre-game through other week. Now, y'all what do you think about this? So yeah, you call him out people at your by box. So I mean, then the day we did that they would Bill such a big hype that, but yeah, I try not to miss any any match. But unfortunately, I do I do miss some matches goes I don't have cable in my house yet. So it's hard for me to get to places. And then I can't when I'm home. I can I can order because I don't have any way to order to say great thing they have the new app based on the sun. Have you strider? Yes. Yes. Yes. I haven't I've been meaning to all. I think everyone in this gym membership. Coach you can use my account. You can use my. Yeah. One of these things. And. Yeah, when when I if I'm not with my family and probably with my friends watching a fight right now. Watching a fight or hanging out something with that fight boxing match match. So yeah, I'm all about it. But only if I don't have a community with my family, or friend, you know, other than that. Yeah. Always watching him. I'm always talking about him. I it's hard not to man guys put so much work, and you respect that you like, oh, man. He's about to fight spans. Mike. That's incredible fight. That's about to happen in March. Right. I'm like, oh, how this guy is more. He can do. Well, that's great. So yeah, we're talking about the fights about to happen. Yeah. So yeah, it is exciting..

boxing Miguel Martin Jim John Bill Mike eight years
"keystones" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

02:29 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"Rate hikes in two thousand nineteen. Well, we've go to big big problems at the moment when we're we're trying to get certainty around where market should be going with the outlook should be going. So the first of these problems is that economic data at self is becoming a lot less reliable. And this is the struck for changes here. We will get very excited about the fourth industrial revolution Ahmad is going to mean in the long term. But in the short term, it means that basically data's less accurate. It's not as good at capturing what's going on in the economy. And so that inevitably ads on certainty markets tend to react to the latest data point and the latest data point maybe distorted or maybe an accurate or whatever the case in point that survey data has become dramatically less reliable in recent years. The other area of uncertainty, of course, is politics and the political risks around markets are a lot higher. And I think that we've got to reflect that a lot of all happen. In two thousand eighteen was the economy doing fine, but politics affecting markets within the economy. So most of the political noise things like the trade taxes, the Trump administration's been piling on. They're not doing a lot of damage to the economy, but they all doing a lot of damage to financial markets relative positioning, I think is again, adding uncertainty. So those are the areas of uncertainty that we've got now the fed should concentrate on the underlying economy, that's primary focus, but it can't be completely ignorant to these two areas of uncertainty that are coming in to hit asset classes. Well, I agree with you on those two areas of uncertainty politics seems rather intractable at the moment. But your point about economic data is quite interesting. Do you think if the fed is trying to walk this fine line between sort of tightening financial conditions in the US while listening to what the markets are saying, do you think maybe they should make it clearer that data dependency is not just about economic data points. It can be about something wider. Well, I think the fed has always trying to do this. The problem is that the markets don't necessarily listen everybody in the markets tends to have their favorite indicators the four or five indicators they look at as keystones for where the future is going to be going. But that's not actually very useful at a time of dramatic structural change. Lafayette.

fed Ahmad keystones Lafayette US
"keystones" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"The key is lower the blood sugar and elevate the key tones, and that's what Kita genyk diets do for managing epilepsy. And they do the same thing for cancer. The issue, of course, is we don't know the mechanism by which lowering glucose and elevating keystones is responsible for the management of the seizure. This is under an active investigation by a lot of lamps that actual mechanism is that the? Elevation of the key tones the reduction of glucose, or is it some combination of the two, but for cancer, it becomes very clear. The mechanism of action is very clear for how this kills cancer cells. It's based on a Warburg's theory. So when we started to do this and realize that calorie restriction was shrinking these tumors down massively based on the the drug that I told you about because it was working through calorie restriction than I said, you know, how is calorie restriction stopping tumors. And then we realized that it was lowering blood sugar. So we started measuring blood sugar in these calorie restricted mice and measuring key tones, and we were seeing that we were getting these major shifts. And then we said, you know, then it became clear who's the guy did this or thought about it was Warburg. Now, he wasn't doing Kita genyk Deitz had he done known about that. I think he would have been able to crack this cancer thing for far earlier than it. He didn't do Kito Jane to know anything about that. So let's back up for for for people. I mean, I think most people listening probably know what the Warburg. Effect is and who Warburg was. But maybe just give us a moment of setting the stage for what he what his observation. Was that now bears his name? Well, his interest was in biochemistry. He was a classical chemist biochemist and his in his time and he began to look at the metabolism of tumors. So he made an observation which was solidified that cancer cells continued to do ancient fermentation metabolism even in the presence of oxygen. So this the posture affect from Lewis pus door with the yeast was that useful for meant. They volved that organism evolve to be able to comment get energy in the absence of oxygen. But when assume as oxygen came into the presence, they stopped from ending. And they immediately started Spiring they have a system that can do that. So the pastor affect was basically determination of fermentation in the presence of oxygen. That was the pastor affect and it was repeated all these strains of this kind of thing. And that was a fundamental biochemical advancement. So to say, but Warburg recognize he knew pastas work, very very well. And then he said gees cancer cells man, they they continue to throw out lactic acid even in the presence of one hundred percent oxygen. So he grew cancer cells in one hundred percent oxygen, and they were still making lactic acid. So clearly, the pack. The pastor affec- wasn't working. I'll just interject for him to explain something to the listener. And we'll probably have a picture of this. But of course, you take glucose to Peru. Eight in the site of plaza, right? That's a you know that yields a couple of units of ATP, and then you have sort of a choice of what you're going to do with that Peru eight if your demand for ATP is incredibly quick usually exceeding the capacity of oxygen to get into the cell, you'll make lactate and that's also relatively inefficient. Meaning you don't get that much more ATP. I think you get another two molecules of ATP per unit of Peru eight, but at least you have the advantage of saying, I'm not limited by oxygen alternatively. If you if auction is. Plentiful and more importantly, if the demand for ATP is not excessive you can shuttle that pie revert into a seat Ochoa in the mitochondria, and you can generate over thirty units. ATP right. And so what you're saying. Is there is an observation which said, hey, if I put this cell in the presence of lots of oxygen, it really shouldn't make much lactate. Right. And that's what he finds when you take normal tissue kidney slices or muscle slices or or liver. You grow them in one hundred percent oxygen, and they produce minimal Bailey detectable activate this always going to be produced in every tissue. But basically, it's it's very minimal, very minimal. But the cancer cell continues to dump out massive amounts of lactic acid even in the presence of one hundred percent oxygen..

Warburg Kito Jane cancer Peru Kita genyk Deitz mechanism of action Lewis affec Ochoa one hundred percent
"keystones" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Com slash Wall Street. Case stone is on hold again. A federal judge in Montana Thursday blocked. The Trump administration's permit allowing the keystone excel pipeline US district judge Brian Morris barred any construction of the long delayed project until completion of a supplemental environmental review in January. President Trump signed an executive order permitting cross-border expansion of the pipeline. Let's get more details from Wall Street Journal US energy editor Miguel boost yo who's in Houston Miguel. This project has been blocked for a decade by legal and political opposition. Let's rewind a bit remind us where the Keystone Pipeline would start an end. And who is building it. Keystone Pipeline is actually an expansion of an existing pipeline call keystone, and it is being built by trans Canada, Canadian pipeline company, the point of keystone XL formal name is to bring more Canadian crude oil from L ah to Nebraska from where the oil could connect with other pipelines and go to the US Gulf Coast, and it has been delayed now for a decade after it was initially proposed and has just been this bear of a fight with the company. Environmentalists native American activists, landowners and whole host people. That's right as you have written. This would carry up to eight hundred thirty thousand barrels of oil a day, mostly from Canada's oil sands more than one thousand miles to Steele city Nebraska Miguel. Why did judge Morris blocked the project and what specific steps does? He want the federal government to undertake. The judge who was nominated by former President Barack Obama essentially said that the Trump administration and approving the project had used an old analysis of the impacts of the project from the Obama administration, and the Obama administration had actually taken that old analysis in the project shouldn't be approved the Trump administration essentially just said, well, we disagree in based on the same kind of background work approved permit. What the judge said is that the Trump administration needed to better? Explain the rationale for that about face and didn't do. So and second that the environmental review was done in two thousand fourteen and the thing to change since. Then there was more information that needed to be taken into account data, for example, on oil spills and also that decline change impacts of the project needed to be taken into account more. Significantly didn't oil prices also figure into his decision. Yeah. Very good point the plaintiffs in this case who are some native American groups wells environmental groups argued that in addition to those considerations in mental considerations. They also needed to take into account attack that oil prices at fallen and that raise questions about the economic viability of the project. So yes, among other things the federal government has to look at the impact of lower oil prices on this project who would conduct this supplemental reviews at the EPA. It is actually the State Department. They're one of the defendants in this. Correct. Technically, I'm I don't know exactly how that would work at among federal agencies. I suspect because there's a number of issues here, they probably would get divvied out to people. But technically, it is to State Department that is the defendant in the case. Let me get something straight here. Miguel of the State Department is one of the defendants in the lawsuit is the White House or the Trump administration the. Other defendant. The other defendant is TransCanada the company for so in the pipeline. This is a rather broad simplistic question, but will this pipeline ever be built what kind of timeframe are we talking about now with this delay? Or is that impossible to say that's the big question at this point. This is a pipeline that has already faced tremendous delays a decade of delays. In addition to this new federal ruling, there are still questions in the state of Nebraska, where landowners have contested the path of the pipeline. And I I think there are legitimate questions about whether this thing's ever going to get built at this point. The company has actually not made a final investment decision on the project trans Canada earlier this year said an this was due to some questions out there in the market that it still had enough customers to proceed with the pipeline. However, it has never taken the actual step of saying we've made in put our money there and made that final investment decision. So. So very much an open question. And as of now, the Keystone XL pipeline is expected to cost around eight billion dollars. That's correct. A whole lot of money.

Trump administration Keystone Pipeline State Department trans Canada Nebraska President Trump federal government Miguel US Keystone XL Obama administration keystone XL keystone judge Morris Houston Miguel
"keystones" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

03:17 min | 2 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Exact- is their way to go back and forth in fats, keystones and sugar. We don't know yet. We're beginning. You would think you would think, right? That's what that's where the doctor prolong Walter long. VAR Longo. Yeah. And he's talking about. Not eating thirty hours. But it's very beginning stages. There's something to it, but we have to learn more. It hasn't really been studied for long enough. Longest studies have been, you know, probably around six weeks and if you want to look at the long term effects of Kita, Johnny died not necessarily brain held, but vascular health as well. We don't know. There's no answer right now. I just I just know that I'm convinced that the sugars are big problem. I in. And so how do you manage that in this culture is very difficult. Majority of the food we had. We tap package has, yes. And there's a reason because those companies, no, that's a dictator. And it's hard not to, you know, if you try to avoid starched, it's very hard even though starch isn't as bad as country, it's still you. You have a little star star. Goes, you don't eat a little pizza. You'd a lot taco. It's couple tacos. It's a lot of starch. That's the other part. Is that the starches. So loaded up front, it's like we don't have. We don't. It's not dosed out to us in a way that it would be healthy. Right? I tell you, I mean, the data from every direction is kind of data that most people don't wanna hear because we are all about confirmation bias. We wanna hear what we want to hear. You wanna hear that bacon is back which is head of time magazine that we want reality is to. There's data population data, there's post war data. There's perspective data. There's actually genetic data that saturated fat is not good for you. That's basically it. And then sugar. There's even more data on sugar and how there's there's this war between people, say sugar, others, fat is bad, but I'm saying, look at population data, look at the perspective and look at genetic data, both of them and excessive amounts, not even accessible and the amounts that we're getting into the standard American diet, which is sad. Diet is too much too much so. So. And then what is what does exist, the shows that what can make you live longer? There's only one thing that's been shown to make you live longer low calorie. Oh, yeah, yeah. And what has low calorie place, but strangely, there's an obesity paradox to you, heard about that? No, no. Overlook the obesity paradox that they tend to live a lot longer than you predict absent other losses, but. The obesity paradox if you take age into consideration. So older than sixty five year olds, you want them to be a little more robust. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. But the mid life obesity is very strong correlated with all the stuff. Yeah, exactly. Syndrome x, yes, British study. That's right. It's summer and that means they're more ways to get dehydrated than the other times of the year. So whether you're exercising or lying on the beach or cheese, if you're whatever it is. I mean, this is the time when hydration becomes a significant issue,.

Walter time magazine Kita bacon Johnny sixty five year thirty hours six weeks
"keystones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Then go seat don't you believe in global win no if if this were global warming like you told me it would be a record from last year that we just beat we beat a record from eighteen eighty one again i'm not she didn't put it out as that i'm just you know she just reporting the weather i'm not beating up shoot don't shoot the messenger but i mean in nashville we tied record from eighteen eighty one so as hot as it was in eighteen eighty one oh my gosh what are we going to do and people now saying they where were these people a few weeks ago we're freezing keeps say see i told these folks crawl out from under their rocks every time it gets hot where were they were freezing our keystones off say see where are you where are where are you saying well we can't find them we can't find say see because it you know but now we tire record from eighteen eighty one and all of a sudden we're supposed to be alarmed by it anyway we got that we got all sorts of going to get into i get some other soil the who not the group folks the world health organization they are aiming this tells you when you've got nothing else to do their aiming to wipe out trans fats from the entire planet yeah how about get a life for crying out loud trans fats we must get rid of all of them leave our food alone please do the artery clogging trans fats have to go we'll tell you about the minimum if i liked trans fats well that you don't get to.

nashville
"keystones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"keystones" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"The nine fifty three les sept those later hosan and philip your stein were just a couple of ways days away from keystones october fast they always do this over the labor day weekend keystones neighborhood company is in charge of all of that so they're doing a one day event on saturday and they have so much going on all day long they've got the womb popov band they start everything out with a 5 k run in the morning editors have been there they should i think this is a rental powder they get the beer tents open at one o'clock so that's really all you go right stein he pain one price 35 boxy get back commemorative stein with three beers pay pearl pint if you wanna do it that way but free music in the afternoon from those austrian guys paul hit answers i love it they even have one of those contests where you have to stand up with a full stein and hello how long can you hold it that's always fun to watch somebody else sweating and doing that what i did at one of those who is the chugging cut got me into that yes so there's a you have to open your throat imported he then what they told me the oil and the media that i did go you did i did around us time most died it was like a half my rosser is with the keystone neighborhood company in towards this libere just talking about some of the events that are going on on saturday morning by a comoran name always a fun event so tell us all about saturday you're gonna have great weather for it you know the weather looks like it's going to cooperate with had great rock farmer and now it looks like it's going to just keep on in gallon beautiful we can up here yeah so much going on and boy is there a better place to be that winterpark for all this great activity keystone ski i'm sorry case hey guys aren't better dog down this great area yeah we have a turned on on this weekend october fast on saturday tick profit ten in the morning where are merck can't turn fail they're going to be kind of getting rid of whom are awesome summer american diet and making room for the winter so that's.

stein rosser keystones paul one day 5 k