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RFD Today
RFD Today May 20

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 53:01


Friday's show includes a conversation with Drs. Herman Dick and Ibrahim Mustafa with Carle BroMenn Medical Center. The two highlight National Stroke Awareness Month. We also preview next month's Illinois FFA Convention with Illinois FFA Executive Director Mindy Bunselmeyer. Rita Frazer chats with New Mexico farmer Don Hart. We wrap up the show with an update from Jenny Webb, who serves as Illinois Farm Bureau Member Engagement Manager.

RFD Illinois
RFD Illinois May 20

RFD Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 23:01


Friday's show features a conversation with Illinois Farm Bureau President Rich Guebert. Michael Bierman of South Central FS is featured in the Profit Watch Energy Report and Illinois Farm Bureau's Tasha Bunting provides an update on the IVET program. Dan Hicks has the latest weather information and Jim Taylor has overnight market numbers.

RFD Profit Watch
RFD Profit Watch May 19

RFD Profit Watch

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 52:51


Markets with Dan Galle, Rumboldt and KuhnWeekly GROWMARK segment. Michael Bierman, Agronomist with South Central FS talks about planting season and what they anticipate for the immediate growing season.Part 2 of a conversation on Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 19

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 53:01


Illinois Farm Bureau President Richard Guebert, Jr. covers IFB programs in his monthly visit. Grant Hammer, Executive Director of AISWCD talks the state Envirothon Competition, Earth Stewardship Day and the upcoming summer conference. ISA's Rachel Peabody provides and update on the Field and Bean issue, Communication efforts of Illinois Soybean Assn. Raghela Scavuzzo, Associate Director of Food Systems Development, talks about the Illinois Horticulture Field Days, Cultivating our communities and farmer's market updates. FarmWeek's Dan Grant shares a view from the cab with Al Lyman from Henry County.

RFD Illinois
RFD Illinois May 19

RFD Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 23:01


Matt Kaye reports on key bills making their way through Congress. Grant Hammer, Executive Director of AISWCD, talks with Rita about the state Envirothon. FarmWeek's Dan Grant shares a view from the cab with Al Lyman from Henry County. Talk planting progress, conditions, and the value of manure from his beef operation. DeLoss talks with Jeffrey Barron, Economist with the Energy Information Administration about gasoline supply and forecast. Jim has early morning markets and weather.

Livestock Report
RFD Livestock Report May 19

Livestock Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 4:00


petethevet
Pugs and health: podcast following new UK report

petethevet

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 10:03


A new report highlights that pugs are 54 times more likely to suffer from breathing issues compared to other types of dog. The report authors say that Pugs can "no longer be considered typical dogs". To find out more, listen to this podcast.

RFD Profit Watch
RFD Profit Watch May 18

RFD Profit Watch

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 52:51


Markets with Jerry Gidel, Midland ResearchMadeline Crider with the 160 Truck Driving AcademyIn the made in Illinois segment, Mike Havens Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing, shares the company history and the products they make.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 18

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 53:01


We talk all things local government with Illinois Farm Bureau Director Local Government & Political Engagement Ryan Whitehouse. Wednesday's show also highlight's Carlyle Lake, home the IHSA state bass fishing finals this weekend. The show finishes with a Pioneer agronomy update.

RFD Illinois
RFD Illinois May 18

RFD Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 23:01


Matt Kaye reports on USDA Secretary Tom Vilsack's concern about getting grain out of Ukraine longer-term, even while exporting short-term to a hungry world will be a big challenge. Don Hartman is a New Mexico farmer and posts 'from the tractor seat' on social media. He talks from the heart and explains his motivation for writing. Don also recently represented the New Mexico Farm Bureau on CNN, as they covered the impact of inflation and supply chain disruptions on agriculture. Farm Week Crop Watchers report from Colby Hunt and Greg St Aubin. Mike Havens, Vaughan & Bushnell Manufacturing talks about the company being busier than ever since Covid. Retail sales and farmland values

Livestock Report
RFD Livestock Report May 18

Livestock Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 4:00


Part 2 of a grazing update with University of Illinois Beef Extension Specialist Travis Meteer as he talks about educational opportunities coming up this summer at the Illinois Beef and Forage & Grassland Conference and offers an update on research at the Orr Research Center.

The Decibel
Why this year's avian flu is much deadlier than usual

The Decibel

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:46


As this year's deadly avian flu spreads from poultry to wild animals, there are reports of birds suffering from neurological symptoms, dropping dead from trees and twitching uncontrollably. Nearly two million birds have already died from the avian flu this year in Canada alone.Wildlife pathologist Dr. Brian Stevens joins us to explain how this strain is different, what experts are watching out for, and how to prevent further spread.

RFD Profit Watch
RFD Profit Watch 5-17-22

RFD Profit Watch

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 52:51


Markets with Curt Kimmel, Bates Commodities. Later we hear from Dr. Rob Johansson, American Sugar Alliance Director of Economics and policy Analysis will talk about sugar prices and Linda Brier, Farmers National talks Land Sales.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 17

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 53:00


Tuesday's show features a conversation with Jessica Rutkoski with the University of Illinois' Small Grains Improvement Program. They're teaming up with Riggs Beer Company for a May 21st Field Festival. We get react from KJ Johnson with the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association on President Biden's visit to Kankakee County last week. We visit with United Soybean's Mace Thorton. in a discussion recorded during NAFB's Washington Watch. A CropWatcher report is provided by Mark Kerber from Livingston County. The final segment of the show is with DTN agriculture meteorologist John Baranick.

RFD Illinois
RFD Illinois on Demand May 17

RFD Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 23:01


Matt Kaye reports on US and European policymakers trying to find ways to deal with a brewing global food crisis stemming from Russia's war on Ukraine. Rita Frazer visits with Travis Meteer U of I Beef Extension Specialist talks pasture condition. Jim Taylor shares a Farm Week Crop Watcher report with Mark Kerber in Livingston County. DeLoss Jahnke covers crop numbers and the reports of North Dakota weather. We get a Kent Casson report and Weather commentary from Mark Henderson, WIFR TV in Rockford. Plus early morning markets and Freese Notis Weather.

Livestock Report
RFD Livestock Report May 17

Livestock Report

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 4:00


RFD Profit Watch
RFD Profit Watch on Demand May 16

RFD Profit Watch

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 52:51


DeLoss Jahnke talks markets with Chip Nellinger, Blue Reef AgriMarketing. This week's Meaty Monday features Nic Anderson, Illinois Livestock Development Group. Weather with Mark Henderson, WIFR, Rockford.

Wilma The Wonder Hen Podcast
39 How To Keep Your Coop Clean with Mother Clucker's Mobile Chicken Wellness Spa

Wilma The Wonder Hen Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 58:55


Todays episode is all about cleaning chicken poop! Just kidding. But kind of not. We speak with Jodi of Mother Clucker's Mobile Wellness Spa. Facebook: Mother Clucker's Mobile Chicken Wellness Spa Jeff and Jodi StartedMother Clucker Mobile Chicken Wellness& Spa when they noticed that there wereso many different needsfor the ever growing backyard flockcommunity that just were not being met,they began developing and haven't lookedback! Giving every Peep and Clucker thecare they give their very own.Above and beyond our many valuable services, we have worked hard todevelop a line of products made from natural ingredients, locally sourcedand some even grown right at Mother Clucker HQ!Services⭐️ Coop Deep Cleaning including Pest ChecksSpecialized Coop Cleaning Services for mites/LiceMonthly Services, small upgrades and repairsHerbal Flock Wellness ProductsFirst Time Flockers Classes and much more!Support the show

RFD Today
RFD Today May 16

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 53:00


A new week of shows begins with Illinois Farm Bureau Executive Director of Governmental Affairs and Commodities Mark Gebhards. He provides reaction to President Biden's visit to Kankakee County last week. We also talk truck driver shortage and other transportation issues with Don Schaefer from the Mid-West Truckers Association. We finish the show previewing a new market week with Karl Setzer at Agrivisor.

RFD Illinois
RFD Illinois On Demand May 16

RFD Illinois

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 23:01


Illinois Farm Bureau's Mark Gebhards talks with Rita Frazer about the positive takeaways from President Biden's visit to Illinois last week. India bans wheat exports and DeLoss Jahnke talks with Brian Doherty, Total Farm Marketing by Stewart Peterson, on how high or how low corn might go. Jim Taylor has the early morning markets and weather.

Bred to Perfection
Ep120 – Members Celebrate the Breeders Academy

Bred to Perfection

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 85:07


The Breeders Academy – From the Members point of view. In this episode of Bred to Perfection, we decided to talk with our members of the Breeders Academy. We thought it would be a good idea to bring them on the show to talk with us about what it's like to be a Breeders Academy Member, and what the website has done for the them. If you are thinking about becoming a Breeders Academy Member, and are interested in creating and improving your strain, this episode is for you.

The Farmers Weekly Podcast
War and Weather: Harvest 2022 prospects, Pig & Poultry Fair, fertiliser prices, Belgian pork and potato producers target UK markets, & #AgriLeadershipWeek

The Farmers Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 38:08


In this episode, war and weather are the key driver of commodity prices – we look at how each are impacting on the prospects for harvest 2022.We're at the Pig and Poultry Fair – where producers are determined to secure a better future for their sector – so long as they can ride out the big dipper.On the markets, in theory we're talking about fertiliser.We speak to Belgian farmers visiting the UK on a post-Brexit trade tour. Why do they want to send us their pork and potatoes?And we get ready for #AgriLeadershipWeek – highlighting training opportunities that can make a real difference to your farm business.This episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast is co-hosted by Johann Tasker and Surrey farmer Hugh Broom, with Farmers Weekly acting deputy livestock editor Charlotte Cunningham.To get in touch with Johann and Hugh, email podcast@fwi.co.uk.

Mother Earth News and Friends
Ep. 147 Managing a Mixed Flock

Mother Earth News and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 39:39


Interview with Patrick Biggs Ph.D. and editor Jessica Mitchell If you want to enjoy a diverse mix of birds in your backyard, then keeping a mixed flock may be the right move for you. In this episode, Patrick Biggs covers how to prepare for raising an array of birds side-by-side, from chickens to turkeys to game birds. Learn what you need to know and do to provide mixed-species flock care so that all your backyard birds are thriving – and so that you can enjoy their company to the fullest! Thanks to Purina Mills for sponsoring this episode. To see more podcasts, visit our Mother Earth News and Friends page. Check out the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Bookstore for more resources to help you achieve your health and farming goals. Go to the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR page for webinar and courses on everything from gardening to livestock management. 

RFD Today
RFD Today May 13

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 53:00


We discuss May Monarch Month with Austin Omer, associate director of natural resource policy for Illinois Farm Bureau and Dr. David Zaya, plant ecologist at the University of Illinois. Friday's show also features a conversation with IAA Foundation scholarship recipient David Mock from Galva. He is finishing up his freshman year at the University of Illinois. The final segment previews the Foreston FFA Alumni tractor pull set for next month.

Tractors And Troubadours
Ep. 26: State of agriculture with Ag Secretary Tom Vilsack, United Soybean Board, Labor Secretary Marty Walsh, U.S. Meat Export Federation, the music of Hillbilly Wayne

Tractors And Troubadours

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 63:48


On this episode, U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack discusses the state of the ag industry and the United Soybean Board's Mace Thornton and Belinda Burrier talk about growth opportunities for U.S. soybeans. We discuss the state of labor in agriculture and rural America with U.S. Labor Secretary Marty Walsh and we learn about first-quarter red meat exports statistics from the U.S. Meat Export Federation. Jesse Allen is discussing the USDA's 2022-23 balance sheet in this week's Market Talk report and Ray Bohacz is talking about Tier 4 diesel engines in “Bushels and Cents.” The episode also features the music of singer/songwriter Hillbilly Wayne. Timestamps Intro and news: 0:00 Goatlifeclothing.com advertisement: 5:54 Tom Vilsack, U.S. Department of Agriculture: 6:13 Concept AgriTek advertisement: 22:54 Mace Thornton and Belinda Burrier, United Soybean Board: 23:27 Marty Walsh, U.S. Department of Labor: 37:30 Dan Halstrom, U.S. Meat Export Federation: 48:16 Jesse Allen, Market Talk: 50:29 Ray Bohacz, “Bushels and Cents”: 56:05 Gateway Seed Co. advertisement: 57:35 Hillbilly Wayne: 58:07  

Mother Earth News and Friends
Ep. 144 Poultry Eggs

Mother Earth News and Friends

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 42:26


Interview with Kenny Coogan by editor Jessica Mitchell.   Thanks to Brinsea for sponsoring this episode. In this episode of Mother Earth News and Friends podcast we're asking the big questions about poultry eggs, and Kenny Coogan is here to answer them. Kenny shares some poultry egg facts – their nutrition, makeup, and how many you can expect from your birds – as well as how to identify and remedy potential problems in chicken, turkey, and duck eggs. To see more podcasts, visit our Mother Earth News and Friends page. Check out the MOTHER EARTH NEWS Bookstore for more resources to help you achieve your health and farming goals. Go to the MOTHER EARTH NEWS FAIR page for webinar and courses on everything from gardening to livestock management. 

Chicken Whisperer
HPAI Outbreak Overview

Chicken Whisperer

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 64:00


Episode 1220: Today, poultry veterinarian Dr. Maurice Pitesky, DVM, will provide an overview of the current HPAI outbreak. Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Tucker Milling, LLC is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of five published chicken books including, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program (2009 - 2019), welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share their knowledge about backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Regular guests include; poultry scientist Dr. Brigid McCrea, Ph.D., poultry veterinarian Dr. Maurice Pitesky, DVM, MPVM, Dipl ACVPM, poultry nutritionist Dr. Curran Gehring, Ph.D., and Peter Brown, aka The Chicken Doctor, owner of First State Vet Supply. Other guests include, but are not limited to, FFA members, 4-H members, poultry club members, and the who's who in the backyard poultry, show poultry, and self-sufficient lifestyle industries. Tune in to learn more about your backyard chickens from the experts!

RFD Today
RFD Today May 12

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 53:01


Thursday's show begins with our monthly visit with Illinois Department of Agriculture Director Jerry Costello. We get an update from Gracie Pierson, who serves as consumer engagement manager for Illinois Farm Bureau. Kankakee County Farm Bureau president Greg St. Aubin provides reaction to President Biden's visit to a Kankakee County farm Wednesday. And we learn about Henry County Farm Bureau manager Katie Laleman in a county farm bureau manager to manager segment.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 11

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 53:01


We dive into transportation issues as Rodney Knittel joins the show. He serves as assistant director of transportation and infrastructure for Illinois Farm Bureau. Next we visit with Illinois State Treasurer Michael Frerichs. We speak with solar specialist Joel Tatum from American farmland Trust. The show finishes with an update from the Illinois Beef Association and then a Pioneer Agronomy segment.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 10

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 53:01


Tuesday's show features an update from Illinois Farm Bureau Director of Environmental Policy Lauren Lurkins. We talk ag safety with Amy Rademaker from the Carle Center for Rural Health and Farm Safety. We hear a Field & Bean report from the Illinois Soybean Association. A Crop Watcher report is provided from Ron Moore in Warren County and we finish the show talking weather with Freese-Notis meteorologist Dan Hicks.

Better Animal Handling
Deadly Virus for Rabbits

Better Animal Handling

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 10:15


This week Dr. Chastain and Abby warn about a deadly virus outbreak in rabbits, including:Signs of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease (RDH) in domestic and wild rabbitsThe diagnosis of RHDControl of RHDLink to show notes:  BetterAnimalHandling.com

Real Talk
May 9, 2022 - Avian Flu Update; PMJT in Ukraine; Ethics in Agriculture: Jeff & Coralee Nonay

Real Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 85:06


3:59 | Ryan kicks off the week with a couple stories making news over the past couple of days, including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's surprise trip to Ukraine with Deputy PM Chrystia Freeland and Minister of Foreign Affairs Mélanie Joly. We also take a look at the "BlueDot" story, and ask how you feel about being anonymously tracked to contribute to public health data.  17:04 | Poultry producers across North America are being hammered by Avian Flu, with tens of millions of birds culled, including more than 900,000 in Alberta alone. Lisa Bishop-Spencer of the Chicken Farmers of Canada joins to explain how Avian Influenza is spreading across different provinces, what it means for farmers and consumers, and how controversial culling methods in the US are impacting conversations in Canada. 41:07 | Continuing our conversation around ethics and Agriculture, farming couple Jeff and Coralee Nonay explain what it means to operate a "family farm" these days, including facing criticism from animal rights advocates.  Let us know what you think about the issue: talk@ryanjespersen.com 1:19:25 | This week's Positive Reflections presented by Kuby Energy highlights a "Take what you need" community pantry initiated by a young guy named Hunter. Plus, we focus on a fundraiser aimed at assisting Ukrainians. Learn more about it here: https://www.gofundme.com/f/yeg4ukraine

RFD Today
RFD Today May 9

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 53:00


Monday's show features a conversation with Illinois Farm Bureau Executive Director of Governmental Affairs and Commodities Mark Gebhards. He covers many topics, including an update from the U.S. Senate on the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA). We also hear reaction from Illinois Farm Bureau Senior Economist Mike Doherty on the latest jobs report. The show finishes with a preview of the new market week with Agrivisor's Karl Setzer.

Bred to Perfection
Ep119 - Crossbreeding Misconceptions

Bred to Perfection

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 135:01


Crossbreeding is a very common method of breeding, but many are using it for the wrong reasons. The truth is, there are some unintended consequences from using this method, many of them are long lasting, and could be detrimental to the breed. In this episode we will discuss what's good about crossbreeding, but also what's not so good about crossbreeding. We will tell you what others don't want you to know. Hopefully, this episode will change the way you look at crossbreeding, and change the way you breed your fowl.

The Farmers Weekly Podcast
Early support payments, cashflow crisis, oilseed rape prices, Severn Trent pays farmers to prevent pollution, insect protein as animal feed, & pasture based poultry.

The Farmers Weekly Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 43:42


In this episode, farmers in England are to receive advance support payments – as the government tries to each a cashflow crisis caused by soaring input costs.We speak to Defra farm minister Victoria Prentis – who explains why farmers will receive half their basic payment for 2022 six months early.We visit the water company which is paying farmers to look after our rivers – by reducing fertiliser applications and planting trees.Insect protein in animal diets – we discover how UK legislation is holding back what many people believe is the future for livestock feed.On the markets, will oilseed rape prices ever stop risingAnd we meet a first-time farmer from Huddersfield who is making a success of pasture-based poultry – rearing chickens on grass.This episode of the Farmers Weekly Podcast is co-hosted by Johann Tasker and Surrey Farmer Hugh Broom, with deputy livestock editor Charlotte Cunningham.

RFD Today
RFD Today May 6

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 53:01


Rita Frazer sits down with Blake Roderick, Pike-Scott Farm Bureau Manager, who retired on May 2 after 40 years. We then hear from Jill Hardesty, President of Illinois Association of Agricultural Fairs. Jim Taylor visits with Andrew Walmsley, Senior Director of Congressional Relations, American Farm Bureau Federation on initial talks of the Farm Bill. The show wraps up with a salute to Moms.

Chicken Whisperer
Poultry Research Translated

Chicken Whisperer

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 44:00


Episode 1219: Today, Dr. Curran Gehring, Ph.D., will continue our series on feed ingredients. Backyard Poultry with the Chicken Whisperer®, brought to you by Tucker Milling, LLC is a nationally broadcast web radio show all about keeping backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Each week, the Chicken Whisperer®, Editor In Chief of, Chicken Whisperer Magazine, Author of five published chicken books including, The Chicken Whisperer's Guide To Keeping Chickens, and National Spokesperson for the USDA-APHIS Biosecurity for Birds Program (2009 - 2019), welcomes experts in their field from around the country to share their knowledge about backyard poultry, show poultry, and living a self-sufficient lifestyle. Regular guests include; poultry scientist Dr. Brigid McCrea, Ph.D., poultry veterinarian Dr. Maurice Pitesky, DVM, MPVM, Dipl ACVPM, poultry nutritionist Dr. Curran Gehring, Ph.D., and Peter Brown, aka The Chicken Doctor, owner of First State Vet Supply. Other guests include, but are not limited to, FFA members, 4-H members, poultry club members, and the who's who in the backyard poultry, show poultry, and self-sufficient lifestyle industries. Tune in to learn more about your backyard chickens from the experts!

RFD Today
RFD Today May 5

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 53:01


Jim Taylor meets with Congressional Quarterly's Ellyn Ferguson to talk about initial work on the Forest Service Committee Meeting, initial plans for the 2023 Farm Bill and the importance of covering the issues. DeLoss Jahnke talks with Kelly Estes, Illinois Pest Survey Coordinator. Rita Frazer visits with Lana Shovlin, Director of Communications for Illinois Pork Producers.

Risky or Not?
297. Poultry Cooked to 150 °F (Plus Carryover)

Risky or Not?

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


Dr. Don and Professor Ben talk about the risks of cooking poultry to 150 °F plus carryover heating.Dr. Don - not risky

RFD Today
RFD Today May 4

RFD Today

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 53:01


Jim Taylor reports from NAFB Washington Watch with conversations with National Corn Grower's Association, National Cattlemen's Beef Association and American Farm Bureau Federation. Later, Rita Frazer hears from Tasha Bunting, Illinois Farm Bureau Associate Director of Commodity and Livestock Programs and gets a Pioneer Agronomy Report from Emily Huber.

UF Health Podcasts
Raw poultry must be handled with care

UF Health Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022


The debate among home cooks over whether raw poultry needs a quick rinse before…

Better Animal Handling
Avian Influenza in Birds and Humans

Better Animal Handling

Play Episode Listen Later May 3, 2022 9:14


In this episode, Dr. Chastain and Abby describe:What is avian influenza?The potential for transmission of avian influenza to humansRisks to human health Link to show notes:  BetterAnimalHandling.com

CrossPolitic Studios
Daily News Brief for Monday, May 2nd, 2022 [Daily News Brief]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 14:36


Well you know what they say, a broken clock is right twice a day, I’m looking at you Trevor Noah…Good Monday everyone, this is Garrison Hardie with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Monday, May 2nd, 2022. Yes, it’s already May, and that means, we’re 17 days away from the last stop of our CrossPolitic Liberty Tour in Phoenix, Arizona. So I need you to start making plans to meet us in Phoenix, as on May 19th, we’ll be joined by Pastor Jeff Durbin of Apologia Church, and Political analyst Delano Squires, who’s made appearances on the Blaze, and the Tucker Carlson show. Tickets are only $20, and we’ll be talking about the Five Stones of True Liberty. Sign up now at crosspolitic.com/libertytour. https://www.dailywire.com/news/gas-prices-up-nearly-80-since-biden-took-office Gas Prices Up Nearly 80% Since Biden Took Office When Biden moved into the White House on January 20, 2021, a gallon of regular gasoline cost an average of $2.37, according to gasbuddy.com. In early March, the national average rose to as high as $4.34. Today it’s nearly $4.20, the American Automobile Association (AAA) reported Monday. A chart compiled by gasbuddy.com shows that less than two months after Biden took office, the average price had jumped from $2.37 to about $2.85. A gallon topped $3 in May 2021, then soared to $3.25 by October. At the end of 2021, with the price nearing $3.50, Biden announced the U.S. Department of Energy would release 50 million barrels of crude oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). One website, DC Business Daily, has been keeping a “Gasoline Misery Index,” which “tracks how much more (or less) the average American consumer is paying for gasoline on an annualized basis.” The site reads, “According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), in January 2021 the national average price per gallon of gasoline was $2.33. It has increased nearly 79% when compared to Friday’s national average price of $4.16. With a number that gasolinemiseryindex.com calls the Biden Misery Index, Americans are spending an average of $961 more per year on gasoline today since the president entered office in January.” Gas isn’t the only commodity that has gone up price wise… as the USDA says, Food prices are increasing at their fastest rates in 40 years. According to the USDA’s March report, grocery and restaurant prices will continue to rise between 4.5-5.5% in 2022, with food-away-from-home prices expected to be impacted the most, between 5.5 and 6.5%. Food-at-home prices are expected to increase by 3-4%. https://www.nrn.com/news/food-prices-are-increasing-fastest-rates-40-years-says-usda From February 2021 to February 2022, food prices increased by 7.9%, which was the largest price jump in one year since July 1981. According to the USDA, prices in all food categories are expected to go up throughout the rest of 2022, and at least half of all categories will experience double-digit inflation. Food prices were adjusted upward in this report in all categories except for fruits and vegetables. All of the double-digit categories include: Beef and veal: +16.2% Pork: +14% Poultry: +12.5% Fresh vegetables: +4.3% But hey, while we’re on the subject of buying things… Dime Payments is a Christian owned processing payment business. Every business needs a payment process system, so please go to https://dimepayments.com/flf and sign your business up. Working with them supports us. They wont cancel you, like Stripe canceled President Trump. They wont cancel you, like Mailchimp canceled the Babylon Bee. Check them out. At least have a phone call and tell them that CrossPolitic sent you. Go to dimepayments.com/flf. Apple employees claim it's RACIST to force them to return to a physical office https://thepostmillennial.com/apple-employees-write-open-letter-to-executive-team-claiming-a-return-to-the-office-is-racist?utm_campaign=64487 According to the Postmillennial, over 200 employees at Apple Inc. have signed and published an open letter to the technology giant’s executive team on Friday, arguing that a return to in-person work isn’t in the best interest of the company because it’s racist. “Our vision of the future of work is growing further and further apart from that of the executive team,” the letter reads. The employees go on to argue, a move away from the current work-from-home setup would make Apple’s workforce younger, whiter, male-dominated, and less diverse because in-person work exacerbates a set of privileges. The letter comes amid Apple's soft launch return to the office that would require employees to come in Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday. Employees can work from home for the remainder of the week and workers can take four weeks out of the year to work from any location they desire. The letter also adds, “Privileges like ‘being born in the right place so you don’t have to relocate,’ or ‘being young enough to start a new life in a new city/country’ or ‘having a stay-at-home spouse who will move with you.” The signatories hope Apple will scrap the hybrid program entirely and allow employees to work from their residences in perpetuity—or, as they put it, allow employees to make that decision for themselves. In addition to objections based on diversity and privilege, the letter also outlines five other reasons: serendipity, collaboration, flexibility, commute, and a chance to prove the effectiveness of remote-work technologies. At the end of the letter, employees call on Apple Executives to show an increased level of flexibility. 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Sign up today at flfnetwork.com/product/fight-laugh-feast-magazine https://www.foxnews.com/politics/doj-sues-alabama-law-transgender-treatments-for-children DOJ sues Alabama over law making transgender treatments for children a felony Yes, how dare you take away our right to mame and destroy our children’s future of in some cases, having families of their own… According to Fox News, The Justice Department filed a complaint Friday challenging Alabama's Senate Bill 184, which bans transgender treatments for children. The DOJ asserts that criminalizing the sexual transition of children is a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment on the grounds of equal protection. Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey signed legislation this month to outlaw puberty blocking medications for minors. The bill makes it a felony, punishable by up to 10 years in prison, to prescribe puberty blockers or hormones to transgender children to help in their gender transition. Ivey signed the anti-puberty blocker legislation a day after state lawmakers passed the bill. Groups immediately vowed to challenge the law in court. Alabama is the second state to impose a ban on gender-affirming care for minors and the first to impose criminal penalties. A similar measure in Arkansas, which would have banned doctors from prescribing the medications, was blocked by a federal judge. The parents of two Alabama children who identify as transgender joined with two medical doctors in suing Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and other state officials in an attempt to block the state's new law banning cross-sex hormones and so-called "puberty-blocking" drugs for minors. To those parents, the Lord’s judgement is coming for you… that’s all I can say on that. The parents and doctors – represented by a bevy of left-leaning law firms including the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), and the Human Rights Campaign, among others – claim that S.B. 184, which Ivey signed Friday, violates federal non-discrimination law, including a provision of the Affordable Care Act, also known as ObamaCare. So, that clip we played at the beginning of this news brief was from the White House Correspondence Dinner, where many a terrible joke was told to the tone-deaf audience, but that clip was about the only joke that had truth in it… As Trevor Noah wrapped up his routine, he had this to say: WATCH: Trevor Noah roasts lawmakers, media in return of White House press corps' gala -Play 24:48-26:06 Oh, I’m sorry, I must have missed the part where a SITTING PRESIDENT WAS BANNED FROM SOCIAL MEDIA. Now I’ll grant Trevor one thing, we don’t have it as bad as some places, and we certainly need to be thankful to God for that, but the kind of “freedom” Trevor is mentioning, is complying with the current narrative, or bowing to the next idol that Lord Nebuchadnezzar decrees we bow to. We all know, that coloring outside of the lines, gets you labeled a conspiracry theorist, a bigot, a science denier… I could keep going, but you get the point. We here at CrossPolitic are still banned on Youtube by the way, and you better believe we’ll probably get banned again at some point. This is why it’s so important to support Christian media. I implore you to sign up as a club member. Come out to our conference. Sign up for our magazine. The left just sunk $300 million into CNN+, and just because that failed, you better believe they’re going to keep spending money. It’s time that we as Christians put our money where our mouth is, and build out our own ventures. 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