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How Do Antimicrobial Products Get Approval from the EPA?
"Welcome anita peace. Thank you so much for coming on and giving us your experts perspective on this. I think the perspective that you have is unique. And i'm excited to have people here that so tell me a little bit about yourself in the short version of how you ended up in this particular role with the. Yeah well first of all. Thank you for having me So i am the director of the anti-microbials division in as opposite pesticide programs I started apa in two thousand four as a biologist in the fate affects division. Had a number of different Leadership management roles epa and. I started as the acting director antimicrobials division in twenty eighteen at had been there ever since. So i've been with the agency since two thousand four. It's been a great experience. That's great so you mentioned the word pesticides. And i actually this question before i said. No anti-microbials pesticide. Are we talking. When i think pesticide i think bug spray. You know that kind of thing so can you kind of explain how that's part of the the same division. Absolutely so pesticide program. We operate under a statue called the federal insecticide find decided democrat actor. Deborah and basically a fun guy and viruses are all considered as pests so normally most people associate pesticides with things that kill weeds in their garden or kill insects. But actually bacteria and viruses are also considered as s statute. So you anti-microbials. Division does regulate the registration in the scientific review of all. Upa registered antimicrobial parks. These include things like disinfectant sanitizer allies things us hospitals in addition to wood preservatives. Anti-fouling paints things that are found in a lotta household products. Use every single day. Like the paint on your walls the harpen on your feet the clothes. You're wearing all have antimicrobial. Products in them So they're found really a wide range of different
APA Study Shows Pandemic Has Led To Weight Gain for Many Americans
"A doctor John. Let's get to this study from the EPA. More Americans gained weight. Then lost, but 61% experienced undesired weight changes. According to this study. The cause of the weight gain is that just overall stress I know it was. It was a tough year, and it still is for many. Well, according to the American Psychological Association. 42% of the curious adults reported underside weight gain with an average gain of £29. They're denying question of the women and 45 men and 45% of human reported on average underside weight gain of £37.22 pounds respectively. Now what could be could be causing this siphon drone locked out has physical challenges do to disruption of daily routines, for example. Many have to deal with unstructured time due to closure of gyms and the creation of centers. Woman rustic, since all had work demands unforeseen hardships and 50 concerts. Many experiences. Experience, less sleep, less physical exercise and more border. Has increased stress level as you mentioned the general uncertainty during the covert 19 pandemic is felt by everyone. Many many common state for this by neighboring more food. Most off the easily available. Cheap packaged foods are made with grains and grain flour products.
AOPA Calls For Standardization Of GA Parking Labels
"Apa is working to ensure pilots have an easier time finding and selecting a place to park by recommending only three terms to label generally parking areas on faa airport diagrams. Upa conducted a review of airport diagrams and found as many as thirty different parking terms for the same type of ramp in southern california alone. Many airports currently have transient parking areas. That are available to pilots but are either not labeled or labeled in a way that is not clear or not relevant to the ramps purpose standardizing. The terms for airport diagrams will become increasingly important for pilots because the faa plans to expand the number of airports required to provide an airport diagram from about seven hundred today to nearly three thousand in the not too distant
"apa" Discussed on YEK YEK JE
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Interview with Voice of Princess Leia, Ann Sachs
"As I mentioned a moment ago and sacks is the voice of a Princess Leia and she is a talented actress for many many years on on stage in both on and off Broadway Productions. And she is the former president and CEO of the renowned theater design firm sacks Morgan studio and you can find out more about her and the fact that she's working on these days at theatrical intelligence.com while and thank you so much for joining us today. It is a pleasure to talk with you and I'm been looking forward to this ever since way just connected. You know that there's just so much we could talk about because of this a project that is such a huge part of American. Well, I guess you could say even Global culture. I mean this thing is reach around the world. And so the original radio adaptation was first broadcast in 1981 and back. In those days you were doing stage acting at the time. Is that correct? That's correct. Yes. I played the leading role on Broadway in Dracula APA Frank langella and did that for over a year and I loved working in the you know, our country's resident Theatres because they're so varied in their approaches to producing plays and then also the theaters themselves very, you know, the little key we do lunch and then they're huge ones and I loved the surprising aspect of of working in different places. Yeah, like your locally we have the Orpheum Theater downtown Phoenix and that is just an absolutely beautiful beautiful theater. Yeah. Yeah. I've been in there. Yes, beautiful never worked there, but yep. Lovely. Yeah. Well, so how did you first hear about the Star Wars project? Well, it was one of those things where I just got a call from my agent and he said that if I was free I was being asked to do a radio adaptation of storm. I said what that is very strange and I guess I had met John Madden once brilliant brilliant director and said he must have been you know on a tight line or something like that, but it just sort of suddenly happened and a couple of days after getting the call. We we started it and it was just a just horrific great son Mark Hamill from the original film was in it then Terry King did dead. How long is solo and Carrie was terrific in that? So it was this something out of the norm for you to get asked to audition for a radio project or or what was that audition process? Like well, there was no addition. I just got called by my agent and they asked me to do it. I guess they must have been kind of dealing with a last-minute schedule or something. But I was asked I could do it and I did it was wonderful. It was a real Joy. Wow. Yeah, just call up and say hey we've got this roll for you. Come do it. Yes, exactly. That's all too rare in the theater and film business. So have you done any other radio projects before this month? Do you know what I I don't think I have I've done radio things but mostly it has to do with interviews and commercials for I was doing but it was a complete surprise and and of wonderful one, huh? That's that's amazing. So the so the film was released in 77 and the radio drama 81. Did you ever think that Star Wars would be such a huge cultural phenomenon as it is today, you know on one level I was I was completely surprised. It's just really the the global phenomenon is something that rarely happens in the world and on another level. It makes perfect sense. It just wage has that you know, the magic. Yeah that that just draws people in and what did you like to work on home? Sure,
New Schizophrenia Guidelines
"Lot has changed since 2004 when the APA the last road practice guidelines on schizophrenia this September and twenty-twenty. They updated those guidelines and here's a few of the key changes. There's less emphasis on divorce pushing between the conventional or first generation antipsychotics and the second generation or a typical perhaps because the Katy Trail put an end to the notion that the newer ones are better tolerate or the older ones are more effective, but the guidelines do Place greater emphasis on clozapine. They recommend clozapine after a patient has failed to respond to two trials of a guy psychotics and they Define failure of response meaning less than a 20% response and unlike the 2004 guidelines. They don't require that one of those trucks. Else be with the first-generation antipsychotic. They also recommend clozapine first line for a number of patients, which when you think of it is a lot of people with schizophrenia, those are people with suicidality problematic aggression and potentially with tardive dyskinesia. That doesn't respond to other options. The guidelines do go into great detail on how to treat side effects to antipsychotics. They list metformin as first-line for weight gain and metabolic syndrome and they list the vmat2 Inhibitors two of which are like ft approved and one of which are not all is first line for tardive dyskinesia. That's one area where I might differ from the guidelines they seem to emphasize these FDA-approved treatments, which actually have a fairly poor number needed to treat and not-so-great tolerability and are extremely expensive at $80,000 a year and they give real short shrift wage. Other options for tardive dyskinesia things like ginkgo biloba extract Keppra and amantadine which were actually given more emphasis in the neurology guidelines wage in several places. The guidelines give Credence to the idea of checking blood levels on antipsychotics to see if the patient is actually taking them a lot of authors of advocated for this and the fact here is that you just don't know if the patient is taking it even though the blood levels of most antipsychotics don't correlate with any therapeutic level except for clozapine where the therapeutic effects are greater above blood levels of 350. It's still useful to check them before moving to clozapine because you don't know if the patient even took the medication that you gave them too often. They don't and perhaps the biggest and most welcome change here is the emphasis on psychosocial therapies while they were recommended in a more generic form in 2004 here they recognized A whole host of specific psychosocial programs for people with schizophrenia so they can get their lives back. Here's one that was striking to me. They recommend that all first episode page be treated and something called a coordinated Specialty Care Program. These are things that have been researched since 2004 and shown to improve outcomes. They are team based programs incorporate both medications along with education resiliency training family therapy and vocational rehab sounds like a full pallet of what people need when they're going through them first episode too bad. These programs are hard to find but they're starting to Institute the more public Mental Health Centers and some academic centers have them but helpfully the guidelines do give you a reference to free resources where you can train your staff to start one locally
'Fortnite' Maker Asks Judge Again to Return Game to Apple's App Store
"Been following the court case between Apple and foreign and creators epic games for a few weeks now and finally have some info on the ruling. Robbie will I ever be able to play for on my iPhone again? I wouldn't hold your breath. So to give you just a little back, just kind of catch everyone up on it. What happened was Is that epic decided they were going to take on Apple, who basically has its all that being said, a monopoly when it comes to the APP store, right. Anything that's in the APP store applicant, a 30% cut so epic had actually put into their game when you're on the apple like actual Indian, the APA says. Hey, go ahead and buy your V bucks here or you can go somewhere else and buy them cheaper, essentially cutting apple out of the woodwork around 30%. That's right. So Apple basically took fortnight out of the APP store Fortnight's Basically We're taking you to court now and apples like Yeah, well, you know what if you're going to do that? In the unreal engine away from, you know, the reason that that's a big deal is that epic actually leases out Thea NRI alleged, which is a suite of development tools that the vast majority of the video game industry uses. Everybody uses the everybody yes, to create games. So if they were to take some of the tools out of that, it's basically Nolan void. This is where Microsoft basically jumped in and put Durbin with epic, saying that if Apple does that it is going to like irrevocably damaged the video game industry. So we do have Two current rulings until it actually gets the court right now. So the first court ruled in favor of epic and the UN riel engine. In the In one instance where the temporary restraining order that stopping Apple from affecting the unreal engine in her decision, Judge Gonzales Rodgers know that there was a potential significant damage to both the unrelenting platform itself and to the gaming industry. Generally, including on both third party developers and gamers. So they're basically saying Apple is going to be hard pressed to dispute that even if epic game succeeds on its merits, it would be too late to save all of these third party developers and projects that would be shelled or damage by apple doing this, So they're basically saying apple. You can't do that unrelenting stays as it is. Let me just okay, so to translate some of the techno babble, and that is like they don't mean forever. They just mean until you can prove it in court because court cases like crawl along and everything like that. That could take some time. Yeah, they just don't want to say hey apple, or can't pull it preemptively like they have to actually go to court and battle it out. And then if they want to take away epic games daycare they on re alleged they could do for now. Unrelenting is fine on the apple store. But if someone can prove the case, then they might be able to still young dad away. Now, let's let's like, Let me take the temperature of the room. Where do we sit? Is this moving Mohr towards Apple? More towards epic Do has anybody's opinions meaning? For me. I still I still think I think they're a bunch of the big billionaires. Just feeling there's fighting billionaires who gets the money? Look, Does Apple have a little bit too much of a not monopoly? Absolutely right. And if it can swing that and make it so that you know the restraints on the APP stores are loosened so that smaller developers can get a bigger cut of their pie. I'm all for that. But until that happens, I think there's just loses on both sides. But the court also ruled in favor of Apple in regards to putting a fortnight after back on the store until they could go to court and finish us all out. And essentially what the judge said was that when it comes to the actual fortnight app that's only affecting epic. Right? And she she pointed out that you know some people are, you know? Well, the core anticipates that experts will you point out the apples, 30% is anti competitive. They also say that we dealt an expert would suggest that the 0% alternative is any better, which is what would happen if you go out of the APP to buy the V Buck so essentially since Onley Fortnight is being affected by fortnight's actions, and nobody else's than Apple can continue to deny them access. So my fortnight's still won't update on my IOS stealing this Israel you're probably not gonna be able to play on your apple device for quite awhile.
APA - Episode 76: Three Day Freakend - Auron Reflects on the Weave
"Just bear with me. So there's a superstition on versees that if you don't WanNa get lost in the vast bringing, he bring with you. I haven't been lost in over five years. One look at the stars and knock until you exactly where we are in the galaxy. would. It's kind of tough to explain, but. When he found me just drifting out there in space, half dead and snatched me up. became one with the. One with the cosmos. The only real way that I can explain it was. It felt like every celestial body every star. Planet astroid was just. Adam. Comprising Ma Being That was connected to everything and it to me. I can see the weeds in the fabric of existence. How it all fits together. And still to this day in my mind's eye. I can see that fabric. I can trace a single threat of for many one point to another constellations, distant galaxies, the orbits of plan it's it's all a pattern. These symbols that we wear. They ain't for fashion. It's a way of map. Those relationships out. Visualizing those connections. If. There's one thing I know. It's the cosmic we. Came From and where it's going. and. I told you all that to tell you this. When the captain and I were at Israel sky other day. I watched as an asteroid shifted its course. Started heading straight for. Plan his day. It was going to crash into the resort. I knew it was impossible. But I still saw. Allusion or something. So I went back yesterday pretending to read. Studied the stars. and. It's like the cosmic threads here. New You Are.
APA Episode 75: Josh beats Signal of Screams
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Allied Pilots Association proposal for the government to buy middle seats
"American Airlines pilots. Union wants the government to buy middle seats. And this comes from the Allied Pilots Association of the APA. And they're her proposing in a white paper that the government by seats so that no passenger has to sit next to a stranger. Interesting concept, it'll have much in the way of legs, but interesting idea. Yeah. It sounds expensive to me. I'm not sure that the US to go for this but certainly give them Kudos for trying It sounds a little bit like another stimulus package, or you know perhaps a bailout, but you know they're. They're saying that they'd like to see the government by some minimum number of seats at average twenty, nine thousand nine hundred fares well Gosh. That's that's a sweetheart deal. Especially when you figure, fares are probably less than half of what they were last year. I'm guessing. What what what have you seen? Miami Reconfirms Affairs? What I've seen a little bit of everything. Really although it's kind of hard to tell because a lot of times when I have to be position from one side of the country to another the travel department will obviously by this ticket on very short notice, and obviously those takes a bit more expensive so but overall I have seen when I when I book my travel to be at the beginning of my patterns, I have a couple of days to kind of look around. See what works best and overall I have seen a an overall decrease in the prices. Of those of those tickets, but then again. I am no longer able to book anything direct from from Phoenix to Cincinnati. I have to sometimes You know to change planes twice, which is unheard of just a few months ago there? There's still certain certainly tons of will. They used to be certain twin tons of direct flights on South West from Phoenix Cincinnatian an even American Airlines so. But now obviously having a change your airplanes. Once or twice, it's really really a pain, but up to answer. Your question is i. have seen prices go down. If you plan accordingly well there. There's the other solution is just have the airlines take out the middle seats. You'll lose weight. You Save Gas. You know and. Am I wrong I if you're paying somebody. If there were going to do it as current prices. It's probably better that everybody's interest just to take out the middle seats. You know and Just for the weight savings and the efficiency of it than it is to you know, try to have the government. You know. Is How much the middle see how much a middle seat is worth. To every airline, you know, 'cause a middle seat to South West is not the same as middle seat to. American or United? This is fine, but why don't we just? I don't know. We've all wanted. The middle seats eliminated anyway, so let's just eliminate the. Row IF YOU WANNA learn more about the as concept here. They came up with a great acronym. seats as he ats for the so at seats probably came first, and then the IT stands for safe essential air transportation seating and gave them a link to that, and in the show notes, and yeah, it is based on available seat. Miles by airline scaled to available seat miles. ASM's in two thousand nineteen, so they're they. They've come up with a calculation here. That tries to not give anyone airline an advantage, but certainly sure interested in learning more about this you can. You can check out their white paper. It's not hugely long or difficult to read. but the the executive summary simply states under seats this concept the government would purchase enough seats on each flight to eliminate the need for any passengers. Sit next to a stranger. Thanks to uniform social distancing passengers would be more would be encouraged to fly more here. Lines would be encouraged to operate more flights, and the government would ensure the preservation of critical transportation infrastructure and associated jobs, so partners wouldn't have sit next to each other. Kids would not have to be in in seats next strangers. A whole good thing. I think there is one problem with that I. Mean when you said I thought. Hey, that's a great idea. And I started thinking about any time I've seen. After the fact seats usually those three are all joined together I don't think you can just pull out the middle seat. Does anybody know for sure my recollection is? It's one unit well at It's It's quite common actually in Europe. When you fly Intra Europe. On on business class or quote unquote, business class. The first couple of roses seats will be will be your standard. Your standard three abreast you know the left hand the right. But the middle seat. The lumbar support of the middle seat actually falls down, and that becomes kind of like a little table between the two seats on the left, and on the right window and the aisle. So that's that's that's kind of one way of doing that. But to that point the whole social thing. I find it kind of interesting because it Yeah, it's it's. It's one of those feel good. Thanks to hectic to have your seat, mate, you know once he depart from you and that's great and all that stuff, but at the end of the day. Airs being recirculated in. It's all the same pressurization and air conditioning system. Obviously you know running that air through filters and everything else and the introduction of some new air into the cabin, being tapped from the engines through the bleed air system, but at the end of the day you're opening the same air. Obviously like I said Oh precautions are taken and all that stuff, but it really does matter whether you're sitting on top of each other or not.
"apa" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
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"apa" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Like his day job. So would you say that some of the business and is being held kind of as from a team perspective of Rupert and Tefana. I mean yeah, absolutely I will also say that Rupert I feel like is probably. At least some of the time working with a because, this whole thing is more analogous now, so he sometimes he's working with fell and with aren and with. With with Mike because they all have like certain degrees of like engineering prowess to like work on the technology that we need to outfit these people that were training will he's the COO right? So that's the thing is. He's kind of in charge of the different departments in organizing them in kind of keeping them on task, right? That's what you've the position that you gave him in as typically. WHAT A C-! chief operating officer does is is make sure that all the different departments of an organization are. Here sure communicating in doing staying on task, or whatever and I I I mean Jonah I'll let you answer this question How is Rupert enjoying that position? So yeah, as far as Rupert. I would say that. His intelligence allows him to be able to perform these duties probably actually relieved at the fact that his not just having to. Build armor for a war machine. You know he's he's able to. Be Next to his son. You know he's. He's able to at least contribute in a way that is benefiting him and a worthwhile cause. So. I'd say that he slipping into it. Very well. If. Say if you don't mind if I interject a little bit I can't help but think based on the personality that we've cultivated for Rupert. Through this this adventure. Like he I think he's probably doing a very good job of that. He's intelligent. It's not the like hands on labor. As so in his old age. That would be a relief like you said, but I think it's also the kind of thing where like. No matter how much you try to keep him behind a desk every now and then he shows up. Just start tinkering with like if you're working on a ship or working on some armor, Oh yeah, he's the guy that like hogs you and while you're doing, it shows you up like Oh, you're forgetting about this boulder here, right? So so I'M GONNA. Pose this question to both emily and heath. Now he's as C. E. O. OF ABA and Madame Ziva as the CEO of. The polls, paradise, and you guys Kinda joined under this one banner. What would you say? That I'm putting you on spot here. But what would you say that the mission statement of the APA is now? What is their goals as ideal? I mean at think it's pretty easy to speak for both of us and sorry, if I'm button ahead of you, but I mean like we are allied with Af. We are in the rescuing business. We want to free oppressed peoples now. The AFC goal is primarily focused on androids but Emily and I had talked about this. Off off air that it would be the thing where like yes, we are absolutely about freeing all the androids that we can and bringing their people to justice, or whatever, but also like if we run into other oppressed peoples. We're not taking that off the table. You know you're not the if you're the APA, In. Laser we very much help day. F. And appreciate their mission, but we are not bound to only focus on that singular. Right overall I'd say that it's definitely. Securing the safety of oppressed peoples. That's mission. The that's mission statement right there. So! I mean that's that's what the Aba I mean you guys are. The Apollo Protection Agency you've been the epic tracer career for the first book. But it's it's grown. You know you guys are the are the main. Factors of the the appetizer crew is the main. Heads of departments for the APA, but the IP is bigger than just the four of you, right? It's Rupert. It's too on. It's the people that work for you. It's your connections. It's it's. Who was astrum yes? Site Cloud. It's all it's all right like you are. You're trying to elevate yourself to the same. Level of. Duty in recognition, maybe not doing it for fame, but but legitimized as a true faction of justice. And protection you know and I think. I can't help but think that that would be one of the interesting things right now is that we're still the two businesses that make up the alliance. That really is the APA now. Both are still maintaining their public fronts while trying to turn into something bigger, a faction on the scale of like us star Finder Society or something like that so i. I can't speak to like how far we've gone. In terms of that as far as the public perception like, but at some point it will. Start to become more and more apparent that like okay well, this isn't just a bodyguard service at a brothel. Ryan said that I. Don't know if we're there yet. That's what zebras hoping to get out of this excursion to new elision. So, yeah. Truly. Yes, she wants to be able to boost that recognition that that brand recognition essentially and this seems like a really good way to spread it beyond just. The immediate packed world's one. That specifically is why I kinda made the point in our RC in earlier for might be like. Are we looking to you know? Is this a growing are I can't remember what had grown our reputation and raising our profile on an thing, and like winked dot you like is this and objective for the kind of sort of secret entity. That is the APA. This you just trying to take us on our fucking vacation. They look on. Let me, ask you Josh in that in John. Feel, free to to to Chime in here I know it's tough because you're founding member of APA in characters. Gong but. Also this ABA is. Of why it's growing is because of Zeno. Sacrifice in who he was in in trying to. Memorialize him as I said. There's there's a new scholarship foundation in his name. So what about the three of you? How are you guys feeling being a part of this? Because you guys weren't really a part of anything other than a ship crew. Xenos specifically was kind of a loner in a lot of his life until he was in the APA, but but you know Orrin in fell nearly four. This. You guys were deficit. Yeah. We're definitely like. Kinda part of a ship crew now you're part of a bigger cause. Has Our you guys feeling about it all? Coming fells happy to be working for a cause that he actually believes in to have some sense of purpose, and to not just be a corporate flunky. Had to have.
"apa" Discussed on Southern Tomfoolery Plays
"Just come! We're all going. Everyone's going to be. There is going to be a fabulous time. And if you want, you can pretend schoolwork. Or in looks down again at the invitation and. Sighs heavily. And is just like. Everyone else is going. Yes, everyone agreed wholeheartedly. They're very on board and are super super excited. All Right Canton. NOT GETTING ANY FACIALS! Oh wonderful! Okay, we get three facials and only do euro by the. She'll be fine wraps okay fine. I say these. You do not have to any kind of spot treatments, but you do. Have to let me address you for the. All right so at this point oriental looks defeated. Are Fine captain. Wonderful and she would. She would hug you like. She's super excited about this because she wants to show off her crew like she. We have had a lot of. Celebrity kind of pushed upon us as a group and. Be Able to show you guys off and that you all do absolutely deserve a eight. Ever treat so that's that's great. Lean in list you know we've. We've done all these little little personal flashbacks in connections or whatever, but I think the biggest development that we haven't talked about yet is the joining of the APA and the fool's paradise. And in you know to your point emily. Ziva is very proud of this and I was imagining. All of you are wanting to show it off, so let's just talk a little bit out of character about what what is the new APA? What does it look like talk to us about it? Quizzed of minds want to know. Why are you so famous? well, because we stopped the Space Nazis for one. Let's good. That's a good start. Get Start. We stopped US based Nazi. Well. Space Nazis in his employees okay. You Stop to from providing an opportunity for all of the Space Nazis to quickly descend anywhere. That's the one. so, what are you guys been doing in the six months? What is the new APA look like? So, we have used essentially the. Established connections that. Ziva in. SEDONA had already with the ANDROID abolitionist front. We have kind of. Sort of brought those ins together. that's pretty much been zebras main. Focus is working on the networking and Kind of getting all of the Information Intel together. and then essentially the guys have been handling the brunt work you know, so are the grunt work rather. So yeah, I mean or an fell. We've been working on growing the fleet because there are. there are we have underlings now basically and they have their own missions. Mean you don't call? The squad in for. Simple! Like the old protection job, or whatever yeah, safe passage to to Abalon like they used to. You know which which is to say. We are the APA as a public business entity is still doing that kind of stuff. We don't want to change the public perception of what the is. Other than ended. It's growing. Yeah! That's a super good point, because so the handwrite abolitionist front is not A. Let me see strictly legal organization. Or very visible, I think most of their communications are rather there What is it called? When you hand out like flyers about your. Radical! Propaganda that's the one thank you Yeah, so all of their propaganda goes through like pirate radio. Basically they're. They're very hush. Hush like I don't think it's known where their main basis am. I correct in that. No. To the general public, not so like books. They're not like looked at as necessarily like a criminal organization or anything like that. It's just that they there's a lot of stuff that they do covertly and maybe kind of outside outside of the law, but I think that would sedona being a steward who kind of leaned into the android abolition front. There's kind of a tentative agreement between them. That the stewards of probably stay the way as long as they're. Maintaining that they're you know liberating oppressed people right? And I think that the that goes to say that the APA now has at least allies in the AFC ended with the stewards. You know the stewards. Are Connection for you guys because they. They are thrilled that of what you did. You know what I mean. And so you know I think I'd probably goes back to some of your networking skills. You know with Madame. Ziva, and Madame Zebras pulls a paradise has a lot of resources, so that kind of pushed up the APA in what they could do, which is why they're able to expand. Their their hangar while they're able to expand to have you know underlings as you said sack, right like it's become, you are trying to become an entity. That is an ideal, but you can't do that overnight, so that's a lot of the six months. Has As you guys working very very hard to like? Boosted up that accurate. Yes, e Nieto will and correct me if I'm off base here, but I think that kind of expansion that we're doing kind of in a in a public i. Has Allowed. You mentioned in the very intro to this thing. That Mike is doing a lot of the like training of soldiers, and like ground units. That would you know? Be Members of the AF or You know kind of joint members APA F-. Entering abolitionist front excuse me so Mike is not doing a lot of the day to day kind of stuff in the APA as it formerly existed. He's got basically like a training facility. It might that he accesses through the offices and that's where he's. He's training soldiers by. He's basically being a drill sergeant to some degree is.
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"It has been six months since the crew of the epic tracer defeated Sorta Zone. You'LL AVESTA on his misguided quest for the bring drawn. The loss of their companions still weighs heavily on their hearts. Yet hope has blossomed is they have unified their crew under the banner of the Apollo Protection Agency. In the last half of the year, the crew have venerated the loss of Anopheles five in Sedona are building the to new heights in their honor. Titanium Mike in Madame Ziva have been working hard together to partner the APA with goals paradise, expanding the Apollo Protection Agency beyond safe witness in criminal transport into an ideal of being guardians justice protection and community. Word of the Apollo protection agencies deeds in Atlanta Star space travel quickly. And the APA found themselves at the center of some minor celebrity in media coverage. It was agreed that while the APA and the pools are officially partners, the will remain the face of the organization so that Ziva may still maintain the discretion necessary to preserve her less than legal contexts. Mike has taken to training need bodyguards and freedom fighters. Or fell with no small help from Rupert had begun to expand the star Port to accommodate the growth their fleet. A scholarship program for android. Science enthusiasts use has been created in Dina's name funded by the AF or the ANDROID abolitionist front. With, Aereo, as the chairman of the. Ring Dry Foundation. The, Madame. has been expanding her reach in her context beyond EPSOM. Station. The pools of Paradise has become an information network in a well respected example, employee, rights and protections. His at the Pool Paradise that we now find Madame Ziva in her office, owning a letter. Echoing the fateful delivery from Sedona came to her nearly a year ago. Doing I'm doing pretty good. Adam, how are you? Good. So you will find. In our new role twenty. Game. A handout to in fact once you to read the invitation i. Listen. Paradise Resorts Proud to offer you a complimentary three weeks day at the Newseum, the diaspora because luxury resort for the dicky's for the discerning vacationer. Temper yourself with our sumptuous guest services, including body wraps Mirages and mud facials. Relaxing one of two pools complete with artificial waterfalls, indulge in the finest from across the galaxy, and so much more. All at your fingertips with a brand new keys to elise eum virtual concierge downloaded directly into your communist. In addition to picking up the TAB for your room meals and other services you indulge in paradise resorts is also holding a grand gala for all guests on the second night of your stay. Meet and mingle with your peers, and maybe make a new friend. Disclaimer, Paradise Resorts is not responsible for extra fees. You might incur such as for expensive consumables top shelf intoxicants. Oracle gear augmentation.
Anxiety Bytes: Am I Doomed by My Genes to Be Anxious?
"Hey guys autumn to not another anxiety. Show I'm your host Kelley Walker and joining me. Today is my co host Eric. Lay them head low. This these days I now and we get to do a little Anxiety by segment today. I know and I'm still angry about the it yes B. I t I s you. Don't all the grudge It's been a year more than a year it's been I think you have some exciting news. I'M GONNA share it for you okay. There are guests who knows how to sign into the show's instagram page. I do I know signing instagram. I even made a fun. Little time lapse video that I'm figuring out how to upload so stay tuned. It'll probably be like a week or two. I'm toying with doing once. We can like put it together. It makes us look like we're professionals. Yeah I'm not there yet. I'm just learning. I don't honestly we could talk about this after. I don't even see where you like. Start a new post or something so overwhelmed by. I like we're just GONNA TAKE BITES ICE says around coaching advice. Which is gonNA take fees Where you start a new post where you start a new post. Yeah we'll talk right after that will take that off. Line okay so anxiety by its. I'm kind of pumped about this one. Because I have had this question many times we we had a really great up that I can't remember the which one but it was sort of towards the beginning of things where we talked about We talked about this and it's one of it was when I was going through panic attacks. That was one of my biggest fears in the things. I got stuck on the most common questions I get asked. Okay really. It's like it's got to be like top five most common questions just in like my personal kind of one on one coaching experience. And I know it was a big question for me when things were really when things really felt like a big struggle. And we're really sticking well challen. Let's do it okay. So wait are need to set a timer. Is it going to be? Siri renew us all right. I'm GonNa see if I can do it with my voice. He Siri set a five U. Two's flower girl. God Oh my God all right. Forget I'm going to be hearings. A man you know what? Don't judge not that's okay. I've never heard man. Siri is my Syria. Identifies AS A British man? That's better than regular Siri. But you can tell me how to do that after two regular series. Okay ready so the question is am. I doomed by my jeans to be anxious. Ready go answer is now and that's the end of this segment. Thank you so much for tuning in today if you want to. Why do we do no no? None of us are doomed by our genes to be anxious In fact according to an article published in the advances in experimental medicine in Biology Peer Reviewed Journal Genome five times fast fast. You know when when you cited. It's nice abbreviated. But saying it. Out Loud so mouthful But you know. According to this study Genome Wide Association studies have failed to identify any genes significantly associated with anxiety diagnosis so You know this was published by the National Health Institute. I think it's like on the APA website too but They're very clear that we really just haven't been able to find any genes associated with an increased risk for developing anxiety But some recent research suggests that like epigenetics may be playing a role here so if you remember from old episode epigenetics can be thought of as genes that are more flexible so they can be turned on and off throughout our lifetime and they're also influenced by Environmental factors and environmental factors or like a very broad-based charm for like influenced by all sorts of things And this is really quite a bit different from how we used to think of jeans. And if you kind of want a quick review about genetics EPI This is a quick little anxieties segments bite. But you can listen to episode one seventy two With Dr Sarah Circus where we go into a bit more detail about Epigenetics and now apostasy by her so much much longer so much. Allah for so much But Anyway so preliminary research animal studies. Only there's no human studies yet but in animal studies suggests that some epigenetics may play a role in regulating our HP access which we talked about in episode fourteen so basically may influence. How sensitive are flight or fight response is under stress? So what happens is when we're feeling resilient on top of things good our fight or flight response may work absolutely beautifully but if our system is under stress which can be caused by external factors like financial strain Or internal factors like worrying. You know like certain behaviors or habits. We may innocently have But when our system is under stress epigenetics may kick our fight or flight system into higher gear a little faster than it would in someone else with the different genome but the great thing is there are genetic factors that positively influence the sensitivity of our HP Access Aka fight or flight response. So just some other factors that really like you can think of like enhance or late or you know. Increase resiliency with our fight or flight response. One factor is exercise. You know impacts this system. Positively nutritionally dense whole foods impacts this system positively human connection impacts the system positively A regular mindfulness practice can impact the system. Positively one of my favorite studies found you know just to go off. That is one of my favorites that he's in the world found that mindfulness practices. You know different. Mindfulness practices reduced on. Ibs symptoms in in study patients and and more importantly which shows sort of like the nature like a micro like a microcosm of the nature of epigenetics It also reduced these mindfulness. Various mindfulness practices also reduced expression of a gene associated with. Ibs Flare Up. So people were experiencing reduce symptoms and we were able to also see this in their genome so in short recent preliminary research suggests like there may be an EPI genetic factor here and also you know what we do know Have Known for little while there are so many EPI genetic factors that influence hauer fight or flight system behaves right like stress is one that can kind of tilted towards the unfavorable Paul. And there's so many other behaviors or habits that we can cultivate or have control over which is nice to know that. Can SORTA on nudge it back towards a more favorable place. Some right right right. I love that you keep learning things. Yano I'm like I told you Erica. 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"Site like this is where. I retrieved it from but now it's just like not needed like now when you see that Web addresses. Oh we got it. We understand what this a Canadian or whatever lie I love that. That's being taken out because I always thought that was just such a waste of tax petite from. Yeah I just remember reading that over and over again. Yes this good money. You got to worry about Oh also I saw the inclusion of multiple authors so this is actually an opposite of conciseness. Apa So in the The source that I saw talked about how this is kind of reflecting the rise of Academic Co authorship. So you might note that too as you've been researching I know all of you listening or you know consistently reading pizzas from databases. And you might notice that may be an earlier articles maybe some pieces from two thousand and ten or even two thousand five or even before that you might see one author to author now articles. That are two thousand nineteen two thousand eighteen. Currently you might see more and more authors. That's more common in today's time so APA seven is reflecting that by saying if there are I believe Up to twenty names you can list them all whereas in APA six. You only listed seven. You're right you would use the ellipse if you remember. I remember our six. You've use a Web Susan. You listened last my my own now. Ap Seven is allowing you to list up to twenty now. I believe that's only on the references. So obviously in your citation you would still use that at all so yeah. If you're a first author is begins you would just use wiggins at all sound like you're using twenty and the citation but that's That's has a new chain. Yeah that's a huge chain. Yeah yeah so I guess. Those that Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Author. Were just getting pretty frustrated with always being left off the reference list. Maybe I'm assuming ed I'm doing some assuming no but you're probably right about that. Well here's another one. That's related to authors. Is that the INTECH citation for works with three or more authors is now shortened in at the very beginning. So now you're GONNA USE AT AL. Right right from the get go. I didn't know that. Yeah the INTECH citation four works with three or more authors is now shortened. Right from the citation. I have to remember that because because even even that change. I know what I'm doing my reading now. I'm not catching because I'm so used to US having Having it the other way.
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"Like I I refer to this all the time. Oh yeah you know. It's not like I have all I can get along with this in my head but you know the basics you know but I'm actually glad they came out with a new edition I was going to have to get a new one. Because mine is like disintegrating. Okay more for my eyes but I believe they'll see. Ap Six came out and what two thousand thirteen two thousand while he hasn't it? Yeah it's scary. It's two thousand and twenty. I know wow time and so this is. This is the topic of our conversation. Today is we're going to talk about Apa Seven is here and we're going to talk about the changes there. There are some significant changes. But it certainly not. It's not as major as it was to. Aps Six which seemed very premature team. Drastic alive I think we all went through a learning curve but I think now I think we're this is just like a little bump in the road not up. Yeah yes. Yes and more concise changes now. Not all concise changes without seems to be more of them and then More adapting to technology to exactly exactly Gosh knows where all adapting to that Yes it's A. It's a continual process. So let's just go over and just a couple of really foundational changes you can go online. And there's lots of lists now that that share. There's even a powerpoint on the changes.
Energy industry may get looser methane oversight from Trump
"Gory the government's easing restrictions on a gas that's been linked to climate change CBS is bill Rakoff oil and gas companies would face looser controls on emissions of potent climate changing methane gas under the proposal according to oil industry and environmental groups the government's plan with these requirements on oil and gas sites the monitor from methane leaks and plug them APA's move the latest in a series by the administration easing Obama era emissions
Is An Accountant Enough?
"Lot of people say, but I only have an accountant, but I want a second opinion. There can be a huge difference between an accountant and attorney I started my career as a practicing CPA. And the sole reason I went to law school was become a tax attorney because I knew as a practicing CPA. There was so many things that I couldn't do for client. And I wanted to be able to do more things for him. Do it all including representation and task court and many other things not to mention the privileges. That only in attorney has I'm talking about attorney client privilege where if you come in. And you tell me your secrets by law. It remains a secret. If you tell them to anybody else say a CPA, the IRS can get that information from the CPA APA testify against you Steve privileges in. Factor. But I also I really enjoy as a practitioner, I'm now, I'm not a CPA. I love CPA's. I love our CPA's. I love other CPA's I need them. Right. Because it provides such a great tension between practice of tax off, the CPA tax preparation tax positions. And I think really ultimately it gets the best result for the client. Having this debate going back and forth whittling down issued and finding out what your clients risk position really is. And how they wanna proceed I think everybody should have both. It's worth fortunate. We have both here. I have a lawyer client that had CPI that was doing the returns, and they were getting K ones based on a they're retired partnership retirement agreement, and you know, the question arose, and maybe because they were lawyers. You know, they were a little bit more into the definitions of the law, and what might be what should be self employment tax, and what should not be or subject vica, and ultimately were able to advise them that maybe this shouldn't be subject vica based on their review of their at their review their documents, and what top end, and they're working positions and or non-working positions. So that was interesting. It saved them a lot of money and just going through the returns, we just happened to find a couple minor things. I can AMT credit or some depreciation that been missed, but I thought that was kind of a routine second review, I think that's interesting for clients that might be considering big tax positions. And what that really means to their find out books and their business operations and going through that. So if they're going to invest in pension invest in some. An insurance physician or something like that which is certainly provided within the tax code. What does that mean to their ongoing business? What does that mean to documentation ongoing tax transactions things like that? Those opinions or so important, for example as mentioned pensions. Most people are familiar with the common pensions, they get in the Bank. But there's many different types of pensions. If you're otherwise qualify, you can have multiple pensions. And there are a lot of pensions at business people can have where they individually can deduct hundreds of thousands of dollars or more every year for themselves and also with pensions, there's even a cashflow benefit. It's the only deduction where most things you have to go ahead and spend the money by twelve thirty one year one with pension. You have up to the time of filing the return plus extension in year two so essentially three-quarters away into year two you put some money in pension, you deduct in your one, it's fantastic. And they have a lot of other benefits to whether or not you have an accountant, I take a collaborative approach, especially when I know they that Allah g and I feel that they're the competency is there and that there's no breach of my ethics to continue the relationship either with accountant or to the client to. Provide this kind of global comprehensive service. I also think it's important when there's a new business or a partnership, for instance, you count might not be up with do we need to modify the partnership agreement, you know, to keep up with the laws. Do we need to do that? These are the little things that we can add when it comes to developing the pension strategy developing the business strategy in terms of what's going to be compliant with the on.
"apa" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Now, you don't have to with relief factor. Go to relieffactor dot com. Check out the pricing, and please give it a try because pain is pretty awful or call eight hundred five hundred eighty three eighty four that's relieffactor dot com. Elder show now at eight eight nine seven one sage that's eight eight nine seven one seven two four three El Dorados, let Larry know what's on your mind. Three government when I get there that are gone commerce education, and the what's the third one there. Let's see. All five, okay. Commerce education and the. Apa? There you go. Seriously. Is he the one who talk about now? No, we're talking about the agencies of government EPA needs to be rebuilt, but you can't name third one. The third agency of government. I would I would do with the education the. The commerce, and let's see. I can't I can't start. No way. Call up rate and make modest sacrifices. We.
"apa" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard
"APA is broken up during the draft Rancho goes to raw for route goes to smackdown. Why was it decided to split them up win? Did they know they were being split up highly feel about it? Will they didn't like it? First of all because both guys felt they were better team. But again, it was explained to John this is an opportunity John to try to have a singles career if we're going to do anything, let's do something. But they did know until it actually happened that night, and it was an opportunity to try something new try something new with Ron try something new with John and see if it works. The only way you're gonna nose to try it and see what happens. April fifteenth raw branch show and Steve Austin would team up to take on Scott hall XBox in the undertaker holy shit. From teaming with Ron Simmons to stone cold Steve Austin, and it happened in like three weeks. He's got to be pretty happy with the split now. Right. He was but I still think there was a little bit. Lack of confidence. I think that's best way to best way to explain it. As far as does he fit in here? He wanted to he really wanted to be in that top picture. And sometimes it's just think it was a half step behind that people notice in the look when you looked at that pictures, like, okay, you know, which two guys really don't fit in here. I think it was it was John and XBox in that in that big thing. So it was but again, we were trying mad get him out put him with Austin and John's natural personality is well natural personality is a baby face. But I think he comes crosses fucking heal. Well, no doubt about that April twenty first two thousand two in Kansas City is backlash. He's got a singles match with Scott hall. But Scott hall gets the win. It feels a little stop and start. But I get at least he's figured in. With the top guy. He starts to bounce around with the hardcore title. He winds up winning eighteen times in this era. Most of those winds happening on house shows, and when he's the champ he renames at the Texas hardcore title, which is pretty fun. We did a whole show on the hardcore title belt and that entire run. So check it out in the archives. Something wrestle dot com. September two. He would suffer a torn left boss up and how show that keeps him out of action for six months. Are you are you guys boys here September of two or y'all communicating while he's on hiatus? Yeah. It's just I kept in touch with and make sure he was doing all right and see how is rehab was going torn biceps sex, and that's one of those. But I, you know, give them call every month. Make sure that to let him know we're still thinking about him and just get a progress report. Let's talk a little bit about when they come back because when he's back he comes back in March of oh three and he reforms the APA, and he's working a lot of matches in Lovie w and then wads up eventually on smackdown. They return on June nineteenth two thousand three to assist. The undertaker in an ambush from the FBI who likes the idea putting the APA back together and put him on swag. Now been stead because he felt that they were best when they were together that the APA that Ron and in John kind of floundered in singles up into this point. And that the only time that we were missing some of that creative in the entertaining aspect. On smackdown. So the idea was let's bring him back, and let's get some more of that entertainment value from the APA make them a team,.
"apa" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Went up every year. I was president. And that whole let's just stop that. Listen to what a lie that is. So energy production went up every year. He was president. Maybe that's true. But had nothing to do with him. How could have anything to do with him? He was at war with fossil fuels. He was at war with call. He was at war with electricity is APA was unleashed regulation after regulation. You can build that electricity plan plant. Yeah. But you'll bankrupt yourself. Remember all there. So if it went up it went up in spite of Obama, and in spite of his policies that's called capitalism, ladies, and this guy is so delusional. It's really pathetic. Go ahead. The biggest oil producer in the biggest that was me. Lord. What what this guy is? Wants it both ways. Right. We're all supposed to wear propellers on our head. But on the other hand all this great oil production. And so it's thanks to him. He's such a liar. May I call him a liar? I think I'll call him a liar. Go ahead. And you got the clapping. Oh, this is the James A Baker center. Why is there a James A Baker center, and he was he president of the United States now? And why would they invite this guy? They can't do better than this. Go ahead. Slow. Sometimes you go to Wall Street and folks be grumbling about I'd hold.
Podcasters win at the APAs in London; and the WaPo's new daily podcast
"The winners were revealed in the audio production awards in London late last week podcast winners included gold for Jesse ware. The presenter of table manners. A muddy knees media won bronze in the sports producer category for that totally football show. We linked to a full list of the winners at pod news dot net. Meanwhile in Spain the on this award for best podcast has been given to Pablo Romero for the three deaths of my father and investigative podcast into the terrorist. Murder of his father, the Washington Post has confirmed the launch date for its new podcast post reports it launch on December third Digitel us. It's the first multi part podcast from the newspaper, and we'll be about twenty minutes long being published for five pm every weekday poker. His sluggishly growing in Singapore report Asia radio today, and they interview one person who says as a small country geographically, we don't. Drive or commute for very long. I'll be in Singapore on Wednesday evening, a co host and co producer of ear hustle. Ilan? Woods has had his sentence commuted. And will soon be released on parole. One reason given the podcast he works on through his podcast. He has shed meaningful stories from those in prison says the governor he'll continue working on the podcast on the outside. Eric Jones is interviewed the team behind WNYC's undiscovered podcast. And if you've ever wondered where else to add your podcast apart from apple podcasts, we've got a list for you, and we even linked directly to the submission pages.
Ted Cruz, Harvard and NPR discussed on All Things Considered
"Stocks finished lower today on Wall Street as shares of IBM slumped after the fed signaled the need to continue to raise interest rates despite criticism from the president the Dow dropped ninety one points. This is NPR and this is WNYC in New York. I'm Sean Carlson, New York governor Andrew Cuomo is joining a growing list of officials who say they won't appear on local news channel, New York. One. His move followed mayor de Blasios decision on Monday to cancel his weekly appearance on the channel both say they want appear because of a standoff between the stations parent company charters spectrum and electrical workers who've been on strike for more than a year. Thirty five other elected officials signed a letter pledging to stay off the station as well. Tom Robbins, a longtime New York reporter and faculty member at the CUNY journalism school said the move doesn't really surprise them. New York is a union town, or at least that's the perception. It's toxic Titian to cross the picket line a spokesperson for New York. One said in a statement. It's quote, a shame to see New York. One us as a political prop at a time. When there are fewer and fewer objective. Local news outlets. New York City councilman wants to tighten regulations on the iconic water towers that Dohrn the city skyline. That's after an investigation by the city and state news website found the many rooftop tanks are decrepit and potentially hazardous Manhattan. Councilman Ben Kahlo says his new Bill would require landlords to clean their water towers after city officials test them inspections of the water towers were actually happening after cleaning. And of course, they will passing with flying colors despite reporting to the contrary that these water towers were in poor condition. The Bill would also allow the city to conduct surprise inspections to make sure the reservoirs are being kept clean right now. They're scheduled with the landlord a near state health department committee has missed its deadline to recommend regulations for three types of toxic chemicals in drinking water right now. The state has no rules on whether water systems even have to test for PFOS PF and one four dioxin. Liz Miranda is with the environmental advocates of New York right now. There are thousands of people who have no idea PF away. Even in their water. They haven't had the same kind of testing that other communities have had and if they don't know what's in their water. Well, what if it's there the APA does require testing, but not for small towns so beginning for years ago residents of who sick falls, upstate New York tested the water themselves last year, they discovered their levels of PF. Oh, a were eighteen hundred times higher than the federal safety standard. The state says it plans to make recommendations by the end of the year for the rest of tonight here in our area. The sky should remain mostly clear, we'll have a low of about forty degrees tonight. It'll be breezy. Gus up to thirty six miles an hour and then tomorrow Thursday sunny through the day with a high near fifty degrees. You're listening to WNYC at seven thirty five support for NPR comes from member stations and from zoom. Zoom offers cloud video conferencing, online meetings and a video conference room solution in one platform, featuring digital video and audio screen sharing account registration and more at zoom dot US. And transfer wise a service that helps people send money internationally three million people and businesses use transfer wise to send receive and convert currencies in more than seventy countries. More at transfer wise dot com or from their app from NPR news. This is all things considered. I'm Ari Shapiro. Mary Louise Kelley last night, the two US Senate candidates from Texas debated in San Antonio three weeks before election day. There was an important opportunity for democratic congressman veteran Rourke an incumbent Republican Ted Cruz to make their cases to voters the debate. Like the race was downright nasty as NPR's. Wade Goodwin reports Senator Ted Cruz is reelection campaign has not been shy about attacking his opponent. Congressman Beto were Rourke on TV. I'm Ted Cruz, and I approved. This message metalwork is more extreme than he wants. You didn't know what attack at which eventually seemed to backfire cruise. Campaign. Misleadingly edited videotape to make it appear as if a Rourke said he supported flag burning which he did not say better. Rox positions are too extreme even for them just to reckless for taxes until now better work has declined to participate in negative campaigning. But with the poll showing cruise with anywhere from a six to a nine point lead, the congressman relented and has gone on the attack Republicans and Democrats alike know that we've got to lead on immigration reform, and yet Ted Cruz is the only Senator to vote against moving forward with that conversation is bounded to deport every single dream last night and their debate in San Antonio this trend continued crews painting or work as a dangerous extremist if you work in energy, if you work in oil and gas congressman rox record on this is extreme he didn't just vote for a ten dollar a barrel tax on oil. He's also voted for aggressive regulations of fracking. But unlike their first debate. Last night Aurore hit back. This is what you can expect over. The course of this debate Senator is not going to be honest with you. He's going to make up positions and votes that I've never held or ever taken is dishonest. It's why the president called wine Ted, and it's why the nickname stock because it's true, although crews would force a laugh when a work attacked him. His face revealed is true, emotions and the Senator didn't like it. But the debate in San Antonio was more than just battle. It was substantive to cruise has the numbers on his side. There are hundreds of thousands more Republican voters in Texas, the Democrats as a result. Cruise spoke mostly to his base. The state of Texas is booming. We've got right now. The lowest unemployment in forty nine years, Texas is seeing the benefits of low taxes and lower regulations and congressman or rock position is always always always in favor of higher taxes if Cruz generally played two Republican fears. What would happen? If Democrats gained any power work tended to speak to voters better angels. Whether we will remain the inspiration of the world is an open question right now. The partisanship pettiness the dishonesty that defines so much of the national conversation. We are in desperate need right now of inspiration. Although orcas running way ahead of other taxes. Statewide, Democrats close still get you know cigar? I think that a very good democratic candidate running against a flawed Republican candidate has a chance to break through. That's why Iraq came up so strong on cruise. Cal Jolson is a professor of political science at southern Methodist university Cruzan is an acquired taste people respect him as a conservative fighter. They don't necessarily like him. They gave a rock a look. But Democrats have to recognize that competitiveness is a decade or two decades out. It's not two years. It's not for years is longer than that. Because demographic change is very slow. Beto O'Rourke will appear in an hour long CNN townhall event tomorrow evening and mcallen on the Texas border Ted Cruz declined to participate. So our work will answer the voters questions himself. Wade goodwin. NPR news. Harvard is defending its admissions policy in a Boston courtroom this week. The question is whether the school discriminates against Asian American applicants the case could go to the supreme court with broad implications for -firmative action in schools yesterday. We spoke with an Asian American student who believes Harvard should consider factors including race. Kelly. Bap avant has the opposite view. She is also the daughter of Asian immigrants, and she's a junior at Harvard. Welcome to all things considered great. Thanks for having me. Why do you believe Harvard's admissions policy needs to change? I think race nearly creates illusion of diversity, and I'd love to see admissions policies change, not to have recent now Harvard says that when they do consider race, it's one of many factors that they consider it's complicated role in students life experiences would you like to see race just totally omitted from the list of factors that Harvard is considering when it assesses a student's qualifications. Yeah. I think so because when it comes down to it raises sort of something that is becoming not just merely a factor. But oftentimes the factory that a decision is based on. I think Harvard is saying that they don't do that. But what students for fair admissions has been showing in the past few days in has really brought to light is that oftentimes it is the single risk factor that comes down to someone's rejection students other admissions is the group that brought this lawsuit we should say. Yes. Yup. And I think it's scary to see this repeating in history because back in the nineteen twenties. Harvard sort of did this with Jewish applicants as well. Insert of USA personal reading to artificially keep their numbers lower. Although they were scoring higher on everything else. Similar to what happening with Asian Americans right now, some supporters of Harvard in this case have alleged that the group that brought this suit is using Asian-Americans almost as a front trying to drive a wedge among minority groups and that at the end of the day this lawsuit if it goes to the. Supreme court and a successful is really likely to help white people more than any other racial group. What do you think of that argument? I don't think that that's true at all. Clearly affirmative action has failed in its school right now. It's instead discriminated against Asian-Americans under the guise of diversity anything. This is a critical time to reevaluate. How -firmative action policies are impacting different communities. I'd like you to respond to something that Harvard senior Sally Chen said to us on the program yesterday. She plans to testify for Harvard at the trial. Here was part of our conversation. Merit means nothing without context. The kinds of barriers that people face and the kinds of the ways that they overcome and work despite these barriers I think is really important to how we're thinking about the ways in which people can succeed and can lead merit means. Nothing without context. What do you think of that idea? So I think that a lot of admissions processes should be based on just merit. But I come from an inner city public high school background, and I do recognize that merit does need to be put in context. Sometimes what resources and opportunities. People have available to them is really important. But I think that when we look at it we shouldn't just be looking at merit in the context of race. But again, like I said married in the context of economic status or something that speaks more to someone's opportunities and resources is really important. It sounds like you both agree that there are things about a person's application that cannot be quantified in grades and test scores. You just disagree about whether that list of things includes race or not. Yeah. I would agree with that. I would say that all of a sort of have the same goal of diversity on a college campus, whatever the benefits of it are, but we just don't believe that we have to resort to racial izing admissions. And instead focus on something like poverty because when we focus on something like race. I think it. Creates a sort of division in sort of diversity for the sake of diversity. And I think chief Justice John Roberts said it best when he said the only way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop discriminating on the basis of race, but Kelly thank you so much for talking with us today.
Flint Michigan, Flint River and EPA discussed on Red Eye Radio
"Drinking water crisis, in, Flint Michigan federal watchdog is calling on the APA to speed. Up oversight Jan, Johnson explained tap water was tainted with lead in two thousand fourteen, after officials switched from the Detroit system to the Flint river to save money and EPA blower warned at, the crisis but months passed before the agency. Took, action now the inspector general report calls out Michigan officials for failing to comply with water purity rules and the EPA for waiting seven months before issuing its own. Emergency order the watchdog, office says the absence of oversight authority can contribute to a catastrophic situation and.
Britain wants to do more business with America. Its plan for Brexit won't help
"Date with the markets as we do every fifteen minutes here on bloomberg radio stokes are high this morning in europe where the stock six hundred rising by almost half of one percent we're seeing the footsie one hundred rising by eight tenths of one percent this as the uk recruitment company hayes is the biggest gainer of the stock six hundred as it sees fully operating four it's a fully operating profit beating expectations hayes this morning rising by four point nine percent dixons carphone also in the uk not fall behind rising by four and a half percent if we look at other indices across europe the dax in frankfurt rising by two thirds of one percent the cac higher by six tenths of one percent looking at the handover from asia the asia pacific index rising by six tenths of one percent heading for its first weekly advance in the past five us futures pointing higher this morning as well as impede futures for instance higher by two tenths of one percent looking at currencies we're seeing delays strength this morning the bloomberg dollar spot index now higher bomohs three tenths of one percent essentially all major currencies losing steam against the greenback this morning out of the major currencies those stunning is the biggest decliner it is now declining by more than half of one percent the euro under pressure as well at one spot sixteen thirty one off by third of one percents the yen in death cross now let's move on to our top stories us president donald trump has dealt a double blow uk prime minister theresa may on the first day of his visit he's told britain's sun newspaper that brexit plan will quote kill any future trade deal with the us he also suggested boris johnson would make a better leader say may ignored his advice on dealing with the eu britain's financial industry also slammed maze latest brexit proposal some even calling it the worst outcome possible meanwhile the philadelphia fed president has defended the central bank's symmetrical inflation targets patrick carcass says he would be comfortable with price increases that two and a half percent half a percentage point higher than the official goal he also sees up to four interest rate hikes this year in the beginning of the year i have put in free for this year three for next year off of that although i am open to a fourth increase this year if we do see inflation starting to accelerate so that was philadelphia's fed president patrick harker speaking to bloomberg the us and china have signalled they're open to resuming negotiations over trade treasury secretary steven mnuchin says he and administration officials are available for negotiations testifying before the house financial services committee mnuchin also denied that the us is in a trade war we're in a situation of trade disputes okay these are not trade wars and we are very focused as i said on the nafta issue which is renegotiating an old agreement we're very focused on the china issue which is very complicated mnuchin said the us economy has not been harmed by the administration's trade disputes with the eu china its nafta partners meanwhile we have some fresh trade figures out of china to break down for you it's total trade with the us increased in the first half of this year in dollar terms total trade grew by thirteen point one percent in the first six months of two thousand eighteen exports to america were apas much as thirteen point six percent compared to the same period in two thousand seventeen while imports rose eleven point eight percent for more let's bring in bloomberg's chief asia economics correspondent a current who joins us now live from hong kong and a great to have you with us a good day to you so judging by the readings on the impact on economic growth the worst i've sort of seen in terms of the escalation of the trade tensions is we get about three tenths four tenths of a percent percentage points of economic growth in china how meaningful is that that's quite right i think there is a view that the trade war searches it is open to now is somewhat manageable both for the chinese and the us economies that's because it's considered to be manageable inflation side of things module in terms of directed to nominal growth as their earlier some most economists forecasts into being around the region that you're you're mentioning i think the bigger fear is the unquantifiable aspect of all of it which is the hit two sentiment and confidence amongst both consumers and businesses in the.
Trump lawyer Cohen vows to defend himself, puts family first: ABC News
"The heat i mainly king live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom high fire danger is expected later this week in southern california gusty winds and low humidity are forecast to move in thursday night so should stay nice through the fourth of july temperatures will top out at or above one hundred degrees in the valleys dan close to that in downtown la la's mayor says the state's new gas task gas tax increase will pay for a lot of the new light rail line in the san fernando valley full third of this is s p one dollars over four hundred million of one point three billion mayor garcetti says that's a good use of the tax money because drivers are sick of traffic he says a repeal of the gas tax in november could delay the project nine mile line we'll go from van nuys to sell mar a fourth man wanted in connection with the murder of a man from his usa has been arrested la county sheriff's homicide detective say the twenty one year old suspected killer was found saturday near a movie theater in montebello the body of the man killed in may was found in his use canyon investigators say they believe the man was still alive after he was beaten and dumped in the canyon armed robbers have held three people hostage to house in palmdale police say the man and two women who live there may have been followed home last night from their job at a restaurant or the robbers may have waited outside the house robbers followed them inside held them hostage and left with cash and jewelry president trump's former lawyer and socalled fixer michael cohen has spoken to abc news george stephanopoulos says he asked cohen if he'd be willing to share some dirt on the president in exchange for leniency he didn't praise president trump at all during that forty five minute interview i said but wait a second michael you're facing the real prospect of having to choose between protecting your family and protecting president trump he says again family is my first priority collins home and business were raided by the fbi this spring he's under criminal investigation but so far has not been charged with any crimes nearly twothirds of working americans say the positive effects of vacation time where off within just as the american psychological association's david ballard says one problem is how few bosses encouraged time off people are actually avoiding taking time off and feeling guilty about it because they're worried about missing information or opportunities or they feel like they might be seen as less committed employees burnout has been linked to higher turnover and lower worker motivation so the apa says it's in the best interest of employers to let workers recharge on vacation schools in the ua have actually schools in the uk have skirted some uniform codes dozens of schools across the pond are tossing skirts and instead implementing trousers only policy in order to ensure a more gender neutral uniform code the sunday times in london says at least forty secondary schools have already put a stop to girls wearing skirts critics took to twitter arguing the ban of one item of clothing doesn't mean you're making uniform genderneutral when user suggested students choosing what they want to wear the uniform change comes as the government in the uk prepares to clarify the rights of transgender people in the changes to the country's gender recognition act julius later kfi news traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center.
Lobbyist helped arrange Scott Pruitt Morocco trip, now earns $40,000 from Moroccan government: Report
"Scandal ridden epa chief scott pruitt who somehow still has his job is not as far as we can tell a big one for personal responsibility appearing before congress last week prut blamed his staff his political enemies pretty much everyone but himself or conduct in office that is now led to an i'm not making this up eleven federal investigations now just today washington post reporting that a lobbyist helped arrange pruitt's controversial one hundred thousand dollars trip to morocco with the lobbyists later winning a forty thousand dollar month retroactive contract with the moroccan government wow look at that on capitol hill last week pruitt insisted he has no knowledge of epa officials being sidelined for questioning his apparent habit for lavish public spending but according to pruitt's own former deputy chief of staff that was a flat out lie he said he was not aware of any employees being pushed out for raising red flags was he just straight out being built first line boldface line to congress that guy you saw there was it both as line kevin schimmel leschi he's a trump loyalist of former trump campaign staffer who appeared onstage with the president he was appointed to the apa by trump and he says he was pushed out for questioning pruitt spending he describes how a manager told him bluntly administrator pruitt either wants me to fire you or put you in an office that he doesn't have to see you again at one point szymanski says he was personally threatened by pruitt's head of security that would be pus qualley nino perrota there on the left who reportedly played a central role in authorizing and also enabling pruitt's lavish spending habits including his legendarily massive security detail peralta is set to be interviewed wednesday by the house oversight committee and today resigned from the.
"apa" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Yeah this hour who freightliner run smart helping you run more efficiently is freightliner's number one goal you have won over i think have over and over and over might might be a little bit redundant yeah you might wanna find other things to do with your time over do the one over all huh was it over and the canadians bombed pearl harbor all that's going to get some emails i know well in other news the largest psychiatric organization in the world is calling for an end to armchair psychiatry mm in light of the allegations of president trump is mentally unfit to serve the apa released a statement tuesday reaffirming its commitment to the goldwater rural which states that it is unethical four psychiatrist to diagnosed public figures they have not personally examined the apa statement comes as mr trump's critics openly questioned his mental capacity for the office in the light of michael wolves hotly debated tellall book about the trump family actually started a couple of days before with the button with the bigger button yes and kim jonghoon is what it actually start right yeah that was the that was the trigger but started all that yale university professor a doctor bandy x lee editor or is that dr bandy 10 it could be bandied tenley look how you have to listen to yesterday show of understanding we're talking about here at it after listen yesterday it just doesn't make any go what are you talking about guys does our it'd be a roman numeral uh at a doctor bandy x lee editor of the dangerous case of donald trump twenty uh the dangerous case of donald trump 27 psychiatrist and mental health experts assessor president uh she claims to have recently met with more than a dozen congressional members to discuss mr trump's mental health the apa said that pub the public speculation uh by psychiatrist undermines the credibility and integrity of the profession and the physician patient relationship they don't care hate trump's all awaited trump atholl trump trump all right eight trump trump trump pay trump's all the yeah mr trump who was defended himself as a very stable genius a l a.