35 Burst results for "Betsy"
California 7th grader threatened with arrest for missing Zoom classes
"Letter that threatens to arrest a twelve year old for missing class missing their zoom class has a dad all upset the kid actually missed a couple of zoom classes are fourth child in this school and other blue get a letter Lafayette Parent Mark Trump says he was stunned when the family received a letter threatening his seventh grade son with a rest for missing exactly three thirty minute zoom sessions, unexcused absences. He can't become an other state and he could be arrested I said, are you gonNA come arrest my son and my home or trying to find me for not getting into his zoom class on time perfect everyday like his classmates at Stanley middle. School. Mass Trough spends up to seven hours a day attending virtual school via zoom the letter from a Stanley administrator list the three periods merrick missed and says when a student is absent without valid excuse, the student has considered true according to California law and down below the pupil may be subject to arrest the principal hairstyling middle school. told us the letter is a result of new state guidelines. This fall Senate Bill Ninety Eight, which requires districts to keep a closer eye on student attendance reached by phone Stanley Principal Betsy Belmonte told us the letters part of our responsibility to the state for our student attendance review boards
The Brainwashing of my Dad (with documentary filmmaker Jen Senko)
"My mother thinks that rush limbaugh. Yoda you know what? Saying? She's always saying well, rush limbaugh says. Our rush had a great monologue. It was just on point. Oh it's he so tuned into the Culture Rush Limbaugh g listen to rush limbaugh the other day and of course I know I don't listen to rush limbaugh. I did fifteen years ago. You know I was a Ditto head actually read for you a chapter about right wing radio on the broadcast I read it out of my book couple of weeks ago. But I wanted to come back to this because I feel like it's Really been on my mind and it's hugely relevant in today's culture. We've got a whole group this graphic of these pulpit pounding Bible Banging, rush, limbaugh right, Wing Radio Listening Evangelical 's right the Christian Nationalists and they're screaming the name of God is they use their religion just to be Shitty to other people. May I've noticed that about a lot of these guys limbaugh Michael Savage, etc. they're just nasty people. They are always being cruel to other people there pushing buttons because they can. They're stoking the fires of outrage and they sit back and bask in the ratings and the advertising dollars and. All the way to the bank. There's this I think it's a myth that rush limbaugh is himself a Christian. I. Know He likes to speak the language of Christianity. I'm not convinced the Guy Cares at all about the Bible or religion of any kind and back I'd love to sit them down and give him like a sixty second Bible quiz just to see how much he really in fact I'd like to sit most the evangelical 's in power. Donald. Trump I'd like to give him a Bible quiz. Let's just sit down and let me quiz you for a couple minutes. Betsy Devos loved to talk to her Ben Carson Rick, Perry all these people in government are banging their. Bibles I would love to sit them down and asked him basic questions about their faith. But that's a whole other conversation. Today's conversation is with the director and producer of a film called the brainwashing of my dad, an ambassador father who SORTA got sucked in to this rush limbaugh right-wing Radio Christian, nation, kind of narrative focusing at the very least and narrative that sort of others, non-christians, sort of sets them off in their own little box while the moral righteous people are sitting over here. Now, the film itself is not new. It's been out for a few years but I referenced it in my book and I just it's been on my mind because. There is so much of this going on and right-wing radio. I don't think it's ever been more popular. There's video of this conversation. I am going to play some clips from the documentary during the broadcast. These clips add a few extra layers. So you can kind of hear the angle that she's taking Gen Sankoh Director of the documentary film, The brainwashing of my dad. So glad you're here. Hi Seth, it's nice to be here. Give me like a resume real fast the types of work that you've done before the brainwashing my dad. Sure. Will I started out as an artist and a painter? But then I felt like I wanted to reach a wider audience and I just started making films but they were always sociopolitical. The Sue. The first one was roadmap warrior women about really independent women that I met out west and then the second was was. co-director with fury derosa the vanishing city. About the lecture vacation of New York City. But also how it's happening throughout the world and cities coming less affordable and right now I'm writing a book. Also called the brainwashing of my dad. Got Picked up by source books so I can always tell you more. Fun, I mean. Let's go back to your dad. You didn't grow walk in this sort of right wing I mean I know limbaugh started back in the eighties but I mean, you didn't come from that sort of hardcore conservatism. nope. Not at all my parents were what I guess. I would describe as very liberal, very open minded. They were Kennedy Democrats and they were also like FDR Democrats they came from the depression. So FDR them was a hero who pull them out of the depression they most remembered hoover and felt like he didn't do anything but they were really enthusiastic about. And I think they were quite devastated. When he was assassinated. But yeah, they were they were I would actually list describe them as hippies before hippies same. We're very open minded My Dad especially loved talking all different kinds of people very non judgmental. As you probably saw the film, you know one time in this is in the sixties. We came out and port. Authority. We're visiting New York. For the day and there was a a black homeless man and she US Monday for some money my dad called him Sir had a conversation with them. And gave them like a couple of coins or two, but you know so they kind of thing made an impression on me that. You know accept all people and jobs. You know he wasn't for they were judgmental national change later.
"betsy" Discussed on Verdict with Ted Cruz
"One week ago the Senate voted on the most significant school choice legislation in our nation's history and joining us to discuss it or the two authors of that Legislation Education Secretary, Betsy Devos and the host of this show this verdict with Ted Cruz. I think, I should point out I was not one of the authors of that legislation that would be the actual host of the show, Senator, Ted Cruz, and Madam Secretary, thank you so much for being here. It's a pleasure..
Honoring the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg
"Ginsburg has left an open venture. And with the election six weeks away, that would have major implications. Philadelphia City commissioners will vote toe open 15 satellite offices to help with male and voting in the city and to recap our top story. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died at her home in Washington, D. C on Friday night, and the Nation has mourned the loss of the 87 year old chief justice. That's all ahead. Usually just justice. That's all ahead in the next 15 minutes. Good Saturday evening. I'm J. Scott Smith and Charity Howard. Is that the editor's desk here? In center city. And now for more on our top story, Ruth Bader Ginsburg passing the death of Justice Ginsburg has left an open Betsy with a big election just weeks away long time Bloomberg law Supreme Court reporter Kimberly Robinson says the timing of her death is sure to cause a firestorm in Washington and could have profound implications expected to be a number of election challenges that will come to the court on an emergency basis. So in the very short term, this one, leaving the Supreme Court with just eight justices to decide, though Reading the potential for them to be deadlocked and to be unable to decide some issues that could ultimately end up deciding thie outcome of the next presidential election Now. Robinson also added that one thing that Justice Ginsberg will be remembered for was there outspokenness as well as they're dying wish and asking that the next president be the one to appoint her successor. Meanwhile, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that his state will honor Ginsberg with a statue in Brooklyn. Hello will appoint a commission to select an artist to oversee the choosing of the location. Meanwhile, people in Brooklyn are reflecting on the life and legacy of the Supreme Court justice. People are using words like heartbroken and devastated to describe their feelings about Ruth Bader Ginsburg is death and at a community event in bed Stuy Attorney Renee Gregory said Ginsberg many clear that women belonged where decisions were made very leading the way for women to know that their place was Say that a man's place won't and City Council member Robert Corny, he said Ginsburg was at the forefront of not only eagle rights for women, but for the gay community to I'm personally scared that they're going to roll back. All of the strides that she's made at this time. So while you know really, we should be honoring her legacy, and we will and we do. We have to pivot and shipped right away to make sure that we can protect everything she's done. In Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams hopes to have the Brooklyn Municipal Building on Jura Lemon Street name for Ginsburg in New York. Carol D'Auria for K Y W News radio.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has died
"Bader Ginsburg was a force to be reckoned with. All I asked about brethren. They said. They take their feet off our necks, barely 5 FT. Tall but a liberal giant, only the second female justice named on the Supreme Court serving there for more than a quarter century. Her path to the highest court in the land was not easy. As one of the few women at Harvard Law School she faced discrimination. After graduating from Colombia in the fifties, her tenaciousness in the classroom highlighted in the Oscar nominated documentary on Ginsberg titled RBG produced by journalists Julie Cohen and Betsy West. She was one of nine women in a class of 500. She was tied for first in her class. And the Big New York City law firms just weren't hiring women, not a law firm in the entire city of New York. Did for my employment charging forward, she became a beloved law professor rockers and worked as a lawyer for the O U, She mapped out a legal strategy to file lawsuits against gender bias in employment, housing and government benefits. Man and women are persons of equal dignity and they should count. Equally before the law, You won't settle for putting Susan B. Anthony on the new dollars When they would say things like this. Haven't you respond? Well, never in anger, Mother told that's that would have been self defeating. Always as an opportunity. Teach. I didn't see myself was kind of a kindergarten teacher in those days because the judges Didn't think so. Sex discrimination existed. One of the things that tried to plant in their minds was Think about how you would like the world to be for your daughters and granddaughters. She won five landmark cases, which she argued on behalf of women in front of an all male bench long before she sat on it. Ginsberg went on to serve as an appeals court judge in the nation's capital until that life changing nomination by President Bill Clinton in 1993. I am proud to nominate for associate justice of the Supreme Court. Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. That announcement may never have happened had it not been for the intense lobbying effort by a staunch feminist, her husband, Marty Ginsburg, and at her confirmation hearing chaired by then Senator Joe Biden, the nominee did not shy away from her feminism spotlighting contentious topics like abortion rights. This is Something central to a woman's. Life to her dignity. It's a decision that she must make
Former Republican Governor of Michigan Endorses Biden for President
"Endorsed Joe Biden for president. He said President Donald Trump was not covering in the interest of the entire nation. I was at the nation's Capitol when Trump gave his inaugural address. I had hoped this first speech as president would be a message to unify divided nation. Instead, I heard a speech directed at how It would help the people who supported him. And sadly, that is how President Trump continues to govern. That's what he wrote in the USA today and then the free press governor. Snyder also criticized the president's 2017 tax cut and said Trump's foreign policy had produced some good agreements, but overall, our nation is no longer respected as a leader on world affairs. Jonas is Dick. Hey, Verner, Dick Wei talked a little bit about this yesterday. You weren't terribly surprised by this, But we're gonna have former governor Rick Snyder on in a little bit. And there are a few things I'm curious about. And one of those is and I wanted to get your take on. This is If the Republican governor doesn't like trump, and clearly he doesn't. Why not suggest ah, not endorse anybody? Or maybe endorsed some other great Republican as a write in candidate just to show your displeasure with the president. Why go so far as to Endorse a Democrat to endorse Joe Biden. Is there something about Joe Biden? He likes so much that's going to make him a great president. If he's just making a statement that Donald Trump is not not his guy. Why not endorse whoever his favorite Republican is as a writer? That's good question. That's a very good question. Because the governor Snyder says he is still East still considers himself Are Republicans. So why vote and why come out for a Biden, for example, his good friend John Kasich ran for president. Then he dropped out. Why not write in John Kasich as Hey, has the person he votes for? So that's a good question. Another good question would be what Policies of Trump. Does he support He can't be against everything that Trump has done has got to be something there that he likes because they're both Republicans. And he, after all, is the governor who several years ago. Boosted supported ram through and sign the lot. The right to work law in Michigan, making It's a ah ah, situation where we're workers that Aaron, a union covered by a union contract can drop out of the union and still be covered. By the terms of the contract, something that unions viral it Lee against. He was the right toe work Governor. So that was a very conservative move on his part, something that would be ah. Aligned with what the Trump administration is done on so many issues, So yeah. Ah, you raise a very good point, And I think I think that there's just something much bigger than this. I think I was reading a little bit of cut the Lincoln Project Republicans against Trump, but they are I think they're going to be coming out. Today, with maybe hundreds of businesspeople, politicians, people who say they've been Republicans for a long time coming out and say, both for Joe Biden. And that's just interesting to me. Why they don't voice their displeasure against Donald Trump More than vote for Joe Biden does. If you're a true Republican, wouldn't you think? Four years of of the Democratic president would do more harm than four years of president. Republican president that you just think is a jerk. Basically. Yeah, well, I'm I'm sure that you will have the freedom to ask that question of the governor also if the governor comes out again Against President Trump. And for Biden, one of the high profile members of the Trump administration is Betsy DeVos. Betsy DeVos, who would have been a Big Snyder supporter Back in the day one. Snyder was governor. This would seem to Ah cut off the good relations that he would have with Betsy DeVos, Dick DeVos and the DeVos. Organization and forces in Michigan. What what does he Snyder Ah. Think about that is he Is he through with the divorce is or can he maintain some sort of a friendly relations with them, even though he comes out against Trump If it comes out against Trump, he comes out against Betsy DeVos. Right and I also wonder does does this make Republicans think twice about voting for Donald Trump? Or does this make Republicans think less of Rick Snyder? Well, I'm not the judge of that you had you had posed the question Previously. Does this persuade Republican voters? I'm not sure that people look Any more at the endorsements of anyone. In fact, sometimes I think when we hear about a political figure endorsing somebody else for office It's quite a Ah, it's quite a bodacious action on their part, thinking that they're so important that their endorsement is is needed. Bye bye. The voters that we just have to know who they support or who they don't. I'm not sure that Snyder, even even the endorsement of a governor. Ah, former governor is that important to voters anymore? Republicans or Democrats cave after
Maryland and DC win injunction against DeVos taking money away from public schools
"And D C are among a group of states and cities that has won a preliminary injunction against the move by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to direct some pandemic relief toward students of private schools. The ruling stops the boss from taking money away from public schools in eight states and several large cities. A similar injunction was issued by a federal judge in Washington state last week.
"betsy" Discussed on Tribe of Leaders
"At seemed fleeting like it was very short and needed to be guarded. And saying I know isn't a to me. I don't know if it impacts anybody else that way. That's how our impacted me and my thoughts in. So I thought, wow, you know thought about it and my husband's son oldest son is a tattoo artist and so one day I just thought you know what I need. I can see it every day. So it's on my right forearm think about it in what's coal to is people ask me about what is fourteen forty. So now I get to tell the story and it helps me remember too. So that's another. Thing, yeah. It keeps my living on to. It does it does. One thing that you do to. Check in with yourself for to create. Intentional days. So you're you're staying on track or not wasting airport. Yeah. So sometimes I feel like it's different things. So for a little while it was meditation, you know kind of just to. Cause and you know this whole Kobe thing changed a lot of things for a lot of people. So just understanding what is it that I need to do to kind of reset or re look at how things are going whether it's this kind of thing or even just in your business one of the things I. realized because I lost for a little while the ability couldn't run because I had a nagging injury and I realize that that really helps me refocus to go out sometimes I think a lot about what's happening get ideas and I really missed that because I wasn't able to do that for a while at that helps me kind of refocus and kind of get centered again. This has been amazing on. We're just about out of time where can people get in touch with you reach out I would say the best way is to email I'll I'll tell you my email address and then also I mean they can text me. Those are the easiest things right now. So it's betsy at Shea Betsy Dot Com, and that is felt C., H., E. Z. bt S., Y. DOT COM. and. My phone number is four, four, three, five, four, eight, one, eight to awesome. Get those up on the show links to so the show nursery. Awesome thank you so much for coming on and sharing your story. I can hardly wait to see your continued success because you're just taking these gigantic leaps forward and a really cool. Watch us. Thank you so much for having me. It's been fun to chat and talk about these things than an and it's always good to look back and see how how you've grown in the changes you made that very encouraging to. Thank you so much for being a listener the tribe of leaders podcast I. Am so grateful for each and every episode that you tune in and listen to, and I hope that you get a ton of value that you can implement starting today and do have to a quick favor if you wouldn't mind hopping onto where is that you listen to podcasts and leave us a rating and review it would help us tremendously so that the tribe of leaders podcast to can be found more easily and help inspire other entrepreneurial leaders..
Hugh Hefner's son Cooper, 'Harry Potter' actress Scarlett Byrne welcome baby girl
"You have nurse son Cooper and Harry Potter star Scarlett Burn. Welcome to daughter Betsy. Rose. Isn't this interesting? Oh, yeah. You don't hear that much about this, son, But this is one of Hugh have nurse Children, and it's a darling little baby. I mean, how wonderful Cooper is 28. His wife is 29. Then they revealed their baby news in March, And now they've got a new little one kids. Did you have your hats? And I was wondering, I'm trying to figure that out. Think he had four or three because he had the older Children with his first wife and Christie Hefner was involved in Playboy. And then he had the two kids with his wife, Kimberly, You're right. Yeah, and so is their total. Eso. Cooper is the oldest of the second set and he's interesting because we've read blind items about Cooper that he has political ambition. So he left Playboy enterprises and joined the Air Force. Wow. Kick that off. Because in that picture that they released today of Mom, Dad and being a U s Air Force shirt? Yeah s o. We have to keep an eye out on Cooper
Greg Abbott Discourages Defunding Police
"Abbott visits Fort Worth and makes a proposal he says is aimed at discouraging local cities from de funding. Their police department's given a rabbit was at Fort Worth Police headquarters to announce his proposal that any city that defunds its police department would have its property tax revenue frozen at its current level, Abbott said. His proposal comes as Austin voted to defund its police department. When Crime is on the rise, the last thing that we should do Is to defund law enforcement. Abbott was flanked by Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick and House Speaker Dennis Bonnin, who condemned Austin's move. Law enforcement is not a toll of political agendas. And I would ask the city of Austin to quit using them is one Andrew Greenstein, NewsRadio 10 80 Keira Leigh
Pandemic distance learning may deepen inequities in education
"Have have nowhere nowhere safe safe to to learn learn during during the the pandemic. pandemic. The The Avondale Avondale Elementary Elementary School School district district is is opening opening classrooms classrooms to to them them support support staff staff administrators administrators and and teachers teachers will supervise their learning Children who may have difficulty in accessing chi speed. Internet may have difficulty with supervision at home with both parents are working. Superintendent Betsy Hargrove says the learning labs will ensure the students have their own tablets and keep up with their lessons When we Haft. If they had devices at home, a family said Yes, and we found out quickly that they were sharing an iPad. Dr. Hargrove says the students are teaching each other how to stop Cove in 19 Spread. Peter
Managing the Risk and Impact of Future Epidemics
"Have warned of a pandemic for decades yet when Covad, 19 arrived The world had few resource is and little understanding. Betsy McKay, senior writer at the Wall Street Journal, has done a deep dive on the reasons Why, Betsy, what did you come up with? Well, we went back, You know, more than 20 years to look at. Basically how the threat of a pandemic and certainly the threat of epidemics has grown over the years and you know they were there have been warnings going back for decades now ever since. You know some of these new viruses, most of which come from animals. Charitably emerging. But we kept going from epidemic epidemic and making a few changes along the way, but not really taking a comprehensive approach and doing everything you need to do to prevent situation like the one we're in. So why is it that we wind up being reactive all the time? It seems and not proactive. Um, well, that's a philosophical and a psychological, In addition, feel policy questions in a part of it of human nature, right? You know, it's hard to imagine what could happen, but but on a policy level, it's very hard to get government. And how political leaders scientific leaders to commit. Money and time to a high consequence, low probability events as they call it, you know that will happen is likely to happen sometime. You just don't know when and the likelihood of that happening. Is it any given time is low, so people it's something you can push off until tomorrow. If we're signature, etc. McKay, senior writer at the Wall Street Journal, she's written a piece entitled A Deadly Corona virus was inevitable. Why was no one ready? Some of the other factors you put together here to about funding warning systems, the role of the World Health Organization, China's communication, I'd explain some of that. Well, you know, One problem is that as a globe, we never have really figured out how to go on an international level, Prevent and then and, um Uh, respond to epidemics. The world for Health organization is the organization that does that, But they're way underfunded. I mean, like Wayne hunted and most of the money in their budget. Is earmarked for specific project. Polio eradication is a big one. And a lot of the polio work does help build helps the stones, which also help you, you know, detect other other passages, so there's crossover but essentially There's never been a union nations coming together and working together and also You know? Ah. A lot of this prepared to sort has to be done by the national government. But again, they're all individually under pressure. You know, they have budgets to manage a lot of needs. You know if you've got a big Ah, Hurricane comes after to respond to right now, versus the threat of Ah sort of nebulous of a pandemic happening sometime. Where's your money going to go? And that just keeps happening over and over. She's Yeah. Right. So a cz we all know and believe at this point. I believe this won't be our last pandemic. So what about next time? I know there are lessons learned here. But do we put them to use and try to somehow prepare What's the big question, isn't it? I mean, some people say you know what Now the world has learned if he will never make this mistake again. As, uh, as a partial sceptic or sometimes skeptic. I wonder, you know, when push comes to show way certainly will be more than we've done. But what we do enough You know, it really takes changing the mind said a lot of people I have spoken with who were in government and leave these efforts have said, you really need to start Viewing. Um, epidemic in emerging disease as akin to a military sweat and you need to prepare For them in that way, so not sporadic funding really need to invest in this as a bit of a national security issue, not, um, kind of a side scientific issue, and things will come along as they come along. It's really like War. So when you look at it that way, you know, we certainly have a long way to go on. The other thing is months of The world of pandemic preparedness has been focused on a flu pandemic, preparing for a flu pandemic and again much of that work. Those prepare you for any kind of pandemic. But at the same time there was, you know, it's really interesting of growing threat from a lowly Corona virus, which until 2003 had only ever been known to cause common cold, inhuman. Thanks Betsy
Dallas - Fort Worth Police Looking To Change How Money Is Spent In Department
"Sport forthe City Council members on Friday talked about funding in the civilian over his side, along with a number of other items for the police department. Meanwhile, the NBC violence reporting during the meeting, Fort Worth Police chief Ed Kraus presented an idea that would spend a greater amount of the department special sales tax fund money on civilian response teams, nonprofits and alternatives to traditional policing. Now, standard police services would stay in the department's general under the proposal, place in majority. Of the community based services in the Crime Control and Prevention District, which was renewed back in July. Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Fort Fort Worth Worth Mayor Mayor Betsy Betsy Price Price described described the the plan plan is is quote quote well well thought thought
Charities Struggle to Serve, Even Survive, Amid Pandemic
"During Times of need nonprofit organizations often jump into help. But now with millions of Americans out of work and donations, dropping many of these charities are themselves having a tough time making ends meet? It's an issue Wall Street Journal Senior Writer. Betsy Morris has been covering betsy first. Let's talk about where's the greatest need He S I mean right now there's a huge disparity in where dollars are going when it comes to nonprofits many food banks can't keep up with all of the. Funding that they're getting. You know also the work that they need to do, but they're really getting a lot of funding right now. And so is interestingly crisis. Nonprofit. Disaster Relief. So there's just a ton of money going toward say vaccine development or medical research, communicable disease research suffering right now are all the nonprofits that do kind of the their normal social service work. So taking care of all the the people who. Have lost jobs or about to lose shelter you know the arts have suffered a lot and. So. Yeah it's it's really unequal right now and betsy is their risks of groups will fold and are looking at innovation to help clients or raise money. Many of them a percentage of them nobody knows exactly how many probably will fail. But in the meantime yes there's a lot of there's a lot of innovation going on right now there's one little nonprofit in New York that basically is all about jazz and they can't have their performances they they. Help support young musicians. They can't do any of that right now. So what they've done which has been interesting is they just had a series of. You know kind of virtual concerts by individuals, jazz performers who were who are really kind of famous and very interesting. The Multiple Sclerosis Society had like many others in the spring had their annual walk series of walks around the country to raise money. and. They were able to raise less than half of what they would normally raise what it's doing now though is a real. Bike a thon comes now and into the fall, and normally that would all be in person part of it can be in person now, some people really on their bikes but but part of it is they've made it virtual so you can stay at home. Your Peleton or whatever you know. You're stationary bike is at home and they've been able to allow you to hook into what all the other riders are doing and have these events, and so it'll be interesting to see I think they're they're hopeful that that will be you know we'll raise probably not everything that they were able to raise last year but they will do better than half for sure. I think they think maybe two thirds of what they raised last year and the need is constant I mean obviously. Sometimes it will fluctuate but. But the bottom line here is at the neatest constant it is constant and these little organizations directors will say you know even though we're not allowed to have our. Tutor kids at our community center or. Counsel them if they're trying to kick drugs or alcohol. We're not meeting right now but we know those kids you need the services and probably even more than ever so and that's true of. All of the different people. And problems that these nonprofits grapple with. So just looking to the future what's the plan of? Attack Woods their business plan or is that just still up in the air like much of life these days I, think the business plan is to if the virus has affected, how they can get to the people they serve they've created all sorts of interesting ways to try to do that. New Ways. And in many cases, it can't be zoom. Because of the you know a lot of people don't have great, Wifi so but in terms of the funding. It's there are a lot of them who are doing quote unquote scenario planning. You know if we're able to raise as much with our our virtual fundraiser, then we can provide these services if we are not able to. Then we go to scenario be which is. To cut I, mean many are having to lay workers off lay off staff you know if. They'll figure out new in different ways to get the services to the people who need them,
Federal judge refuses to block campus sexual assault rules
"A federal judge has cleared the way for new rules to take affect the change how schools handle sexual assault complaints the rules which will take effect Friday undue guidelines from the Obama administration which had been hailed by advocates for forcing colleges and schools to confront sexual abuse in may education secretary Betsy Divo US issued her new policy which expands the rights of the accused narrows the definition of sexual harassment and reduces the scope of cases that schools must investigate some of the nation's attorneys general filed suit to block these changes arguing fewer sexual harassment complaints will be filed in schools will be less equipped to protect students safety but a federal judge rejected those arguments Jackie Quinn Washington
Anthony Fauci to Teachers: You'll Be 'Part of the Experiment' in Reopening Schools
"Deaths in the U. S. Now top 150,000 a grim milestone in a summer that seemed a pandemic surge across the South and West. CBS News National correspondent David Beg No California, Texas and Florida recorded single day highs for new Corona virus deaths, and so did North Carolina. Mike Pence, visited that state Wednesday with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There's not a national superintendent. Therefore, there's not a national plan for reopening. So with no national plan, local leaders in viral epicenters like Miami, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Houston are planning to delay in person. I'm learning a dilator this year. But some parents say distance learning is just too challenging. Sydney bursts of Lexington, Kentucky, is a single mom balancing work and at home teaching. I need to outsource other educational options just to make sure that my child is learning listen to what Dr Anthony Fauci told the president of the nation's largest teachers. Unions are gonna be actually part of the experiment. We don't have the total database of knowing what there is to expand after a
Poll: San Jose strong mayor ballot measure delayed
"Jose's mayor has reversed Course reporter Betsy Gephardt says he's postponing a ballot measure that will give him more power. Earlier this month, Santa's a mayor Sam Accardo, proposed converting San Jose's council city manager set up toe a strong mayor form of government. The strong mayor option, which is typical and other big cities would go before San Jose voters on the November ballot. But since then, the plan has sparked outrage. Here's Paul Soto from East San Jose at Tuesday's council meeting. People you wanted to represent the city will start representing, and that's just not your buddies that are coming in, you're exploiting my city, Ricardo has retreated from that strong mayor plan. For now, however, another ballot element to shift future mayoral elections to presidential years may indeed appear on the November ballot
Cultivate Calm During Chaos With Neil Pasricha
"Welcome everyone to this lead x Webinar with Neil Pastor Rita. Thank you so much for joining Neil. Past reach is the author of seven bucks including the book of Awesome. The happiness equation Awesome is everywhere, and you are awesome. His Books Are New York. Times and number one international bestseller's and have spent over two hundred weeks on bestseller lists and sold millions of copies. Neal is one of the world's top brings speakers and his first Ted Talk. The three days of awesome is wearing to one of the ten most inspiring all time. He thinks rights to an speaks about intentional living, and all of his work focuses on the themes of gratitude, happiness, failure, resiliency, and trust welcome Neil. Well. Thank you so much for having me guys. On this cold slash hot sunny slash cloudy Friday afternoon slash morning. I am in Toronto Canada. And it is cold and cloudy and the afternoon here, but I can already see people chiming in on the side Jason's. That's good morning from. Kansas, happy Friday everyone. Guys, please. Let's the chat open that box open on my screen the whole time. I would love to be reinvented time. Why because right now? During coronavirus, one of the biggest sort of needs I feel that I need and I feel like you probably feel it too, is community. Connection. betsy, high from Boulder, Sonya Hi, from California. This is wonderful for Michigan Los Angeles anyone not a not from America it'd be great to hear as well. I don't know. Who I'm talking to the other thing that would be great to salvage front before we get into our exciting conversation. Cuban a love all the texts coming in, thank you is who knows me so when I ended up. Speaking to groups of people, hundreds of people like I'm doing right now. What I don't know is who have you have read the book on some or Oj Geek from India I'm hearing these great ones Calgary. High highly shot cloudy Gog always touting car, isn't it now I'm just kidding but I almost called love. coury loved the Chart Cut Restaurant downtown props to independent restaurants bookstores. Guys got to bring him back. So I. Don't know who's read any books book Balsam the happiness equation you are. Does anybody listened to my podcast three bucks? Maybe some of you were when you get to hear me other places has anyone ever heard me give a speech a Tedtalk? Have you seen like dislike me? Know where you touched my stuff, if at all, or maybe you're like I have no idea who Zappa at me so? You quit your Yapper, but let me know so I'm seeing a seeing I'm seeing some Yeah, Berta, I've never heard of you until now. Diane says you are not unique to me, but I'm already intrigued. The says I've read the happiness equation. oh, I watched you on. Ted Ted or lead Ex. Yeah, so there's lots of I like the newest Story never heard before. Guys don't be sorry. There's eight billion of us in the world right now. I'm one person My community, which I'd like to welcome you into. Is You know one hundred thousand people? These are people that want to live a deeply intentional life. The reason I want to do that is because about ten years ago. My wife left me. My best friend took his own life. These two things happened in the span of a few weeks. I was devastated I stopped. Eating I stopped sleeping. I! Was a skeleton of myself mentally physically psychologically, and then I started a blog called one thousand awesome things, dot com, and for thousand straight weekdays I wrote an entry. Cheer myself up like old dangerous playground equipment like the smell of bakery, air or wearing warm underwear from out of the dryer. The blog took off one best log on the world two years in a row one hundred million hits. It turned into a book called the Book of Awesome so that book here the black. One came out sold. A million copies was a big bestseller I thought that's my fifteen minutes of fame. I kept my job at Walmart the whole time. I got my blog went by. Everyone gets like one viral fleet in their life and their life, but it kept going, and it turns up. I needed to when I got remarried five years later I ended up writing a guidebook to my unborn child than how to live happy life that became my book called the happiness equation more recently. Now I have three boys, five three and one very happily married my wife, lastly on lucky say, and ever in a brand new book all about Resilience Okay so you are also came out last November. On Book Two right now, but of course everything shut down that about resilience. The subtitles had navigate change, wrestle failure and live in attentional
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Researchers report that the first vaccine tested in the US for coronavirus boosted volunteers' immune systems, as hoped
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"betsy" Discussed on Newcomers: Star Wars, with Lauren Lapkus & Nicole Byer
"The beginning again. Oh Man Lauren. Our stories are very similar. That's so funny very very similar. Oh my dad was in credible Lauren. It was aimed so bank very fun. I saw everything highland ren counting. Really got me okay. It's evil I can't eat my God those very fun to right. It's funny how it flows out of view. You you know yeah. It really is easy to deserve it. Oh Shit I can't happen next. Yeah yeah it was like. I can't write anything I need to write. But when it comes to star wars fan fiction like Nah I go. I have all these ideas for scripts on like this one just flew right out me useless. It was so funny though daily. You had a ball betsy. Do you want to read the next one from that? We got online owes sure this one is called star. Wars the deceived by Dr This. Em The win rushed harshly. Speeders fairly large ships hovered through the brightly colored city of chorus. Get the emperor and his apprentice gazed amongst the crime ridden streets and backed up traffic lanes. They had done it after years of exile. This ruled the galaxy. Everything is as I've foreseen it. My friend the Jed eye are no more. In the CITH. All-powerful he cackled lightly. Shortly.
"betsy" Discussed on Doughboys
"But in reality we know real life is not a morality play often times the coward thrives I. It's true it's true. Monsters die in bed. Henry Kissinger is going to die in comfort hopefully soon but now he's going to die he's GonNa die in his home. We've done this show five years where the most cowardly men there are. That's true so but we have okay so I get out of out of line. I go back a wait with you. And Betsy and then later. I so I had to put my bag way in the back of the plane. Because there's no overhead space laugh so it takes me a while to get off the plane. And while I'm you abandoned me at that Point I had to go pee. You leave me alone. Get off the plane by yourself. Leaving me stranded exhibiting warm like behavior. Here's the word you're the you are this is projection as always you are being a worm and so you think. I'm the warm to make yourself feel better about your worms word. If you're if I'm alarm your worm or a couple worms and the fucking word worm farm. Fine we're fucking worm farm. Fine fucking worm thing. I think we're more of a slug than a worm slugs are. Lazy slugs are lazy. They're just slow to wise. Denver means a great city. It is a great city. We're having a lovely time. It means a lot to me show. Tell the crowd. I told you backstage. I mean I think you have to you now. I lost my virginity in Denver. Colorado don't clap too hard. I was twenty two years old. I knew they would laugh at me. I was going to say you had a big day today..
"betsy" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good Morning America. This is the catch roundtable. This is John Katzman. TV's at Sunday morning. You go to hospitals to get cured. But you don't always get cured you make Will this morning is Betsy McCoy. Betsy runs a foundation that studies infectious diseases and monitors hospitals Good Morning McCoy how are you. I'm fine but you yeah. No what's in the news now. John The reason that you and I are talking is that there have been major announcements this week about one of the most lethal pathogens. One one of the most lethal bugs ever had hospitals. It's called Candy. Oriss candy to US and It's so terrible that forty five percent of patients who contract it die within ninety days. Wow you're only going to get this bug in a hospital or nursing home. It's not something you'd encounter on the street or in an airplane. This is a healthcare associated infection. And it's probably the most lethal we've ever dealt with tip and I understand that if you're in a hospital that even if you just have your blood pressure taken you patch it well most of the people who get it are there for serious illnesses. They're in the ICU. They're on a ventilator there they have an IV they have a central line. They're having surgery. The fact is when you're in a hospital most of the time you are sick and you have these unnatural openings in your body that people out on the street don't have like an IV or a surgical incision central line or you're breathing with the help of a tube down your throat but nevertheless less you are subject to these infections and hospital. Infection is one of the biggest killers in the United States. You've got stroke. Heart Disease Disease.
"betsy" Discussed on Scam Goddess
"Scott Lauber and hello congregation we are back with another installment of scam guided girl Lacey Mosley k. a scam gout is and every Week we get on here and act a fool and break down some of the coolest scams how this lewd wings and you know chicanery and in every week we end the episode by praise saying one of my favorite people the scammer of the week guys I'm super excited because I have a hilarious and talented comedian you've seen her on l. of vision heard her on so many podcast Muni a oh she has some soccer's I've had to help her Avai to stalker uh-huh so I cannot tell you too much about her clearly we'll find her own guys I have betsy scenario in the building thank you for having me you so excited about scam it's a very exciting topic central scams you know I I I don't think I've been scam too hard I'm trying to think there have been times where am I oh no I've been scammed way okay because if you haven't been scammed and I think that's a brag and I wanNA know like how you've avoided scams 'cause I've been been scammed Ni- must have been scammed before you know the classic of like give me money for Gas or whatever and then they just go buy beer like that I feel I get scammed constantly by like buying clothes off of the Internet ah yes and seeing them being like that looked so good on that person and then you get like I look awful in this that was actually a priscilla talked about the Mr pilot because she was buying clothes off Chinese websites and he just bought a book jacket that I thought looked so cool from China and it like my arms don't fit in it I'm so mad that China's so here's the weird thing I had somebody Emma actually somebody I was working with who had on a pair of easy and I was like y'all does ease our dope and he was like actually I own the real pair and this is a knock that I got from China like well why don't you wear the real it was like goes I don't WanNa get a messed up and wear my knockoffs around town I was like work and what was crazy is he saying that because they looked exactly like yeah like I have an eye for a knock off because you're not living up to China purse behind a wall risk I took some for some fake Gucci for some poaching they grow you want some out or Coochie jeep that's like comeback here and now he's GonNa come behind this wall and like oh in this alleyway all this man yeah absolutely full fashioned then the purse like smells Weirdo yes you know it's not good if it don't smell like if I'm not worried about cancer if I'm not worried about like in a few years like if you or loved won hers from an Alley in United Idle Mel's like a fort you can sue literally every minute I got like a knockoff north face backpack wa I remember unzipping it and opening and just like good God it stinks so fucking bad I think north face backpack is a funny ass thing to get a nagase because it's like not that really isn't then in question to be real like what north face designs look like who the fuck knows that I if you're from Colorado you know we'll see I lived in Pittsburgh and I don and I only got into the north face when I went to college and it was called Shit light jackets from gap and I was like I'll be warm j hale new I have to get better than down feather like I wanted to north facing they scammed honestly because I bought everything they had got hair ties that's gonNA keep my the let me get twelve we do one hundred bucks each okay great Arabic people climb mass big one now everest wearing these hair ties so you're gonNA be fine yeah may die but here and there a warm the rest of their body is frozen to death so yeah I get that one completely but when he bought these baggies is he told me that companies obviously outsource a lot to China right nice shit is being made in China but sometimes a factory will lose a contract and they'll still have all the materials the supplies they're like I fuck you bitch you don't want us to make easy as we don't make fees and they look just like Oh my God yes and I'm proud of them for that because is like Chinese people in those factories work too hard and I hope that they get a little coined Aita do do well have you heard now I know of in Colorado when I was growing up there and like in college a in gas stations they only sold three two beer so like lower percentage beer and they were the only things open on a Sunday so we had a lot of times where I guess we'll just get three do beer and but like sometimes we would get really hammered off of it and we had a theory that they have like bad batches oh where they're like just put all that nasty stuff in the three to cayennes right isn't that expected quality oh I'm sure I'll call companies are all types of shady stuff too absolutely and I mean it's poison anyway so what you're going to say I call it comes like what is poison you're doing this to yourself way we told you if you drink too much dad what are you respect for quality control fucking idiot you know there's a Botka now that's made from water noble what yes after the dock they made a vodka yes and they said it was like the water is partially radioactive but through the distilling process it's no longer radio ad to go get radioactive hell yeah excel fucking water that makes our skin melt off it's called tab bottle pig on in it's called Automic Lou with a k. because that is so eastern Europe the best way Angelina Jolie gone name her next Kid Tom MC with K we that so why the old I mean like people will buy anything tourism is a bitch you know have you seen those photos of people like yeah it has mass Cuccia I showed you I showed yes Ah yes it blows my mind and love it would you go to think I would I feel like I could go somewhere that look similar enough to get the photos and actually go to channel Larry Drifts take them types of risks okay I'm black it's risky and just you know leave him a house come back every day that is so funny and so so you got to laugh you gotta we gotTa just laugh at these times and that's why I literally was like fine with all the black wax over the pop I should say trump's president we gotta have some fun okay back in the day black folks were died talk about chicken and public because it was a stereotype so chicken and watermelon civilized I like chicken and I'm GonNa come dance Roy I deserve Joel then please Yucca habit do turn noble head coach that's why I'll taste on it though I would put it in my mouth I would absolutely you're right it's already poison right so what's a little wine I always get a little bit more boise exactly you know so we're gonNA jump orange segment what's hot in fraud okay this is where warn our listeners about hot new scams I tried to keep everybody on their toes about scares except for my scams everyone you must participate it that's the part of the yes remember where you signed the apple contract and it was real long bad hammer in there you should have read you should have you got scared right Steve and I was like well shit let me get in here who pays yes thieves awhile jobs dead I fuck in new it I is not dead he's alive in every iphone update you know what I'm saying how yeah like her you can feel him in the breeze and they never leave Steve Jobs is alive every time I get software update I'm like hi q city thank you I'm GonNa ruin my shit from within the iphone eleven about the job you know Steve after the tanker in my bad Harry is getting too hot too I was like no I only use iphone approved charges I did everything they asked me to my still going to hell yeah no apples big scam oh it's a huge I love it the best thing I love about the scam is the group think like I can't leave apple because it's fucking gang tech's gang gang I like when I see a green tag green I get so mad so angry with greeted the fuck is wrong bad who's dude bad news it's inconsiderate not to just buy iphone like the rest of us because you fucking group tests you ever get group tests and then somebody would fuck green tech's hit you up and then all of a sudden you've got eleven Gov and everything split up and a lot of like we I couldn't see the picture I get fucking iphone my love because now there's another me saying that I love the comedy 'cause Y'all got him fucking my mind me fight may fight her people to fight hell yeah you know what's crazy though android phones and none of that happened so they can color their texts whatever else they can use it they can make inning main text Abbas honestly probably a bad uh-huh camera that that's what I was like no webpage our cameras trash so why don't we just get three camera exactly I don't know why shots bitch I'm Clyde lied anything fancy involving I'm doing my camera I know last movie but you know what I'm against it Oh 'cause I gotta hottest in the later you have to yeah I'm GonNa try to wait for that first glitch go by the first half single every single thing always had the first thing always has a glitch up is like okay you can't type the letter A. But the phone is isn't that phone cool no sides you don't even need vows not saying apple doesn't want you to use vowels remember when they put glass all over that shit oh I would miss respectful I remember ever gotten that I in the back of your phone crack and affront what the fuck is then I did have one of those and I shattered it a lot Oh my God appalachia apple mccue but I love your call me please call yeah you do computer was higher fried said Okay what California's diffic- and anywhere the law lines you know we have some wild that's earthquake this I know I I was fortunately at a town ooh all of them for the last two which were stronger with the first one was on my birthday was on July Fourth Oh shit yeah fourth of July guys look Hashtag on wanted brain my birthday for years copyright ask you copyrighted right now do it does copyright my Hash so you will know and we'll know by copyright Taco Tuesday Folly Yes oh God cast Lebron that's a Scam I love Game he just takes a word back from all of us like I own it now that would be pretty incredible right I'm hoping it works out chew now loved sued by Lebron James I would love that my colleague rare that ball is he gonNA come I'm GonNa bring my camera yeah exactly almost up to par this is an pick right oh several pigs children as well the kids make you and bring your kid celebre.
"betsy" Discussed on CATS Roundtable
"Good morning america. This is the roundtable chunk expertise here sunday morning what's going on in the world china more problems than rethink this morning we have with this betsy mccoy former lieutenant governor of new york state and currently working to it's helping people in reducing infections in hospitals good morning miss mccoy. How are you this morning great to talk with you. John and we're talking about a payroll that most people don't know and that is you go to the drugstore. You picked up your prescription. It usually comes with a little round plastic vial and it doesn't say made in china china on it but the odds are that the active ingredients in your medication particularly if it's a heart drug for example are from china a while i guess is nobody knows it. There's no disclosure disclosure at all and the twofold threats. It's a national security threat for example. We rely liane china for almost all or antibiotics imagine if this trade were escalated and china said stuff exports of antibiotics to the united states day to throw her hospitals and chaos that is very concerning military personnel rely on drugs made in china our own if there was ever a war you don't need bullets. He just you have to do is pointing. Those drugs and we've got some some examples of that. I'll tell you about in a minute or stop sending them. What is that all the people in the military who are relying on heart medication. I understand president trump. Trump told the chinese chinese agreed the there were some very bad fat node mixed with some of the drugs <hes> that was is coming into america that they were gonna stop importing feno and they never did. I am so glad that the president it's taking a hard line on china because literally china is waging chemical warfare against the united states with these illegal drugs spent. Do you know how many people have died from sentinel overdoses in the last three years alone seventy nine thousand americans. That's more than all. The people killed the vietnam war. All the americans killed them. The vietnam war iraq war and afghanistan hostilities as well but cheryl oh but getting the prescription drugs these are supposed to be legitimate unfortunately if you get your prescription drugs from china and and as i said forty percent of the active ingredients are from china you really don't know whether they're safe because the FDA so them inspects these these plants in china <hes> some of them have never been inspected and we've had quite a few recalls now right now the FDA over the the last eighteen months. It's had fifty recalls of blood. Pressure meds from china because of contamination there contaminated with carcinogenic jets. I'll tell you <hes> betsy mccoy. You are scaring me and probably a lot of americans <hes> listening to this interview. You know the president said the other day. Let's manufacturer more things at home. We are going to start with drugs because we depend on them. For our lives lives. We depend on them for our national security. So why should why should we be reliant on a country that is clearly an adversary. Let me ask you missile quite you know somebody's drugs are imported by a some of our largest pharmaceutical companies merck pfizer hello johnson and johnson don't they have a responsibility to check the quality as they come in from china well they do and there there's a twofold full responsibility the companies and the FDA is well and unfortunately the FDA has really fallen down on the job. Here's a here's a piece of information from the general enroll accountability office a big federal investigatory office. They found worldwide the FDA only has twenty nine inspectors just to cover over three thousand four hundred factories so you know they're not getting to these places and one of the worst examples of what's what's happened with the drug called heparin and <hes> in two thousand and eight there was sticking widespread contamination of this blood listener from china but eighty one americans dodd eighty one americans from the heparin poisoning before lorde the FDA got on it that is troubling depending on wrote. I am sure the FDA is listening listening to this or read your your op-ed in the new york post written last week and i'm sure some of the pharmaceutical companies these have read it have you brought any particular people's attention other than writing this op ed piece well of course and i've i've had this column appear in many places across the nation syndicated and i'm corresponding with people about it because there should be more attention but i don't wanna unfairly totally blame the FDA because the onus of this responsibilities in china and the chinese officials literally refuse in some cases to aw acknowledged their culpability in that they resist having the factories inspected they repeatedly denied that they were responsible for the f. word poisoning which ultimately the FDA concluded will probably intentional not even just a question of the squalid factories where these drugs are made. They think intentional betsy mccoy <hes>. I think <hes> you were going to get everybody's attention on on this interview alone and hopefully that's going to help reduce the problem. <hes> let's go onto another subject. What else would you like to talk about sending morning. We had a couple of minutes left the issue of bathing. I think that's very very important issue because they bring is an ineffective harm reduction products for people who are hooked on cigarettes and in that sense. I think it's a very good thing but we don't know the long term consequences a bad thing but right now we're seeing dozens of sicknesses businesses lung illnesses across the united states mostly in young people and it appears that they're connected to bootlegger counterfeit bathing products addicts again brought in from china falsely labelled some of them are labeled with the jewel label for example flavored products the jewel took off the market many many months ago in cooperation with the FDA so you're looking at chinese so breaking the law and poisoning our kids how how clearly we can. I say it then most of its comes in from china again. Oh yeah because the investigations that are going on right now are linked to to these products which are falsely labelled they're being sold and smoke shops and convenience stores around the country and they're being brought in from china because the FDA bartha legitimate companies from marketing flavored vaping products so the chinese came right in with their poisonous false counterfeit products roddick replaced the ones that were taken off the market that mccoy i wanted to mention on the work you do and bringing these things to be attention of you've the pharmaceutical companies bring to the attention of the FDA. I hope <hes> we we make progress. I hope we keep all american and safe and hope we people americans healthy and thank you for the work. You're you're so welcome. Your show is a public service. Thank you this and we'll catch up again real soon when you haven't updated information. This is the catch roundtable will be right back..
"betsy" Discussed on Best Friends with Nicole Byer and Sasheer Zamata
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"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Let me introduce Hilary Shelton. He's senior vice president for advocacy and policy at the end of the Lacey pe- he's director of the ACP is Washington bureau. Hilary Shelton. Thank you for joining us. I appreciate it ethics. Great to be with you. So tell me what you're hearing in this conversation in what your take so far. If he were to give education secretary, Betsy DeVos grade, what would it be? Well, let's let me hold off on the great for just a minute Matali about some of the fixes and then we can decide great accordingly. Okay, we'll make this evidence-based, took out like that. Thank you, MS. The number of concerned pad as Mr. Voss's gone into to serve as secretary of education. I have to be honest until you and transparent as well and say that the NWC p opposed her confirmation because our feelings concerns were that are backed bounded experienced into lack the expertise necessary to handle issues a public education from pre k. through twelve. And of course, other big issues for the NWC Pierre concerns like higher education. I began hearing some conversation along those lines as well as the about the affordability of higher education. And he was talking about private higher education in institutions and the like, and some concerns we pay along those lines as well. And the n. AA CPA is also involved in a suit against DeVos. Right? Yes. Why don't you tell us about that? Because this is about civil rights laws right in the way they're the the way that they're imposed. Absolutely. Absolutely. So the NWC Pia Fata lawsuit along that friends at the national federation of the blind and the council of pant attorney. He's an advocates against US secretary of education and the department of education office of civil rights in the US district court in Maryland for the departments because the department road back, I mean, the civil rights enforcement regulations, we thought were crucial to making sure that every American regardless of race, ethnicity, points of national origin. Any other differences are even disability would have an opportunity to get a high quality education. We concerned the department of education pretty much summarily change the policies allowing for the dismissal of civil rights complaints, and the ability of organizations to appealed their rulings. So what that means is that we've actually cut out -tunities to make sure that it's known if an institution is discriminating because of wants differences and other challenges within our society and very well organizations should have an opportunity to file lawsuits when necessary and to appeal decisions. But the changes that have happened now at the department. Of education through its office of civil rights actually moved to make it much more difficult and even a limited opportunities along those lines. We're actually hold on Hillary because I wanna bring max into this conversation and max. What are you hearing an in Hillary's concerns about enforcement of civil rights regulations in the department of education? I mean, these things are are a balancing act, and I think the balance became way out of wack during the Obama administration. Right? He's talking about making it easier to Smith civil rights complaints, which you should be able to dismiss a civil rights complaint if you've spent years and years investigating and found no evidence of wrongdoing, but under the way the Obama administration do these investigations, certainly something like school discipline, it's it didn't matter whether or not you actually found any evidence of discrimination. These so-called investigations were actually an enforcement tool to core school districts to change their policies. So I think that these things are a balancing act. It's not about rights versus no rights. It's about how. Do we, you know, balance trying to make sure that students have a an appeal if they feel that they've been screwed it against without letting that become car 'blanche to have the department of education, rewrite local policies. So Hilary Shelton if it's about a balancing act, your concern is the balance is gonna little bit too far in the other direction. It's well. That's certainly what he's arguing, but I would argue that quite frankly, will be done now with these changes, it means it without they made these changes. Let me just back up for just a second without going through the legal required notice in comedy period, the would prevent the piano, the organizations to voice our opinion before they made these public changes..
"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So during the September speech at George Mason University, she announced a new approach to campus sexual misconduct. DeVos repeatedly emphasized the plight of the accused here. She is one rape. Is one too many. One assault is one too many. One aggressive act of harassment is one too many. One person denied due process is one too many, though a secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. Let me introduce Maxine and he's a senior fellow at the Manhattan institute where he focused focuses on education policy Maxine and welcome back to one point. It's great to have you to be Anthony. Anthony, I know you've been listening along to this this conversation. How would you sum up so far? What Betsy DeVos has brought as secretary of education? Yeah, I think US early in the are with the grade would be I would give her a b minus. I think that she is taking the federal government's role in a more modest and quit, frankly, productive direction. But unfortunately, the things that she is doing require a lot of finesse and explanation and and kind of power persuasion that she hasn't quite been able to to muster. So I think that while what she's been doing, it's been substantively productive. I think she's unfortunately kind of discredited a lot of the, the, the reasons behind the, the approaches he's bringing to the table. And how so are you saying that it's essentially, this is a this is a question of of messaging as opposed to policy commitment? Yeah. I mean, I think that it's not as though it is only this kind of far right wing that was opposed to the Obama administration's. Very heavy handed approach and education. You know, the only major bipartisan Bill of the Obama administration was the every student succeeds act in which Republicans Democrats got together and said, the federal government has gone way too far in education. We need to trust teachers. We need to let them figure out these decisions. We need to trust local school boards. We need to rein in the power of the department of education, and that's something that was overwhelmingly approved in congress, but it's a message that she can't quite carry forward without becoming a lightning rod. So in your view, Maxine reining in the power of the department of education. Can you point to one specific effort that Betsy DeVos has made where you know there is a concrete effort to rein in the power of the department of education that makes sense to you even if she hasn't carried it out or delivered a clear message on why it's important? Yeah, absolutely. So one very clear example is what's called the significant disproportionality regulation and the yes. And there's a lot of this kind of language in the world of education. But go ahead, say it one more time. I just want to the significant disproportionality regulation, significant disproportionality regulation, explain that. So the Obama administration looked at the statistics around race and special education and thought that African American students were over represented in special education services and therefore wanted to create a formula that would pressure states to reduce this alleged overrepresentation. Right. Problem is research. The came out after that regulation was put forward says that actually, once you sufficiently control for enough factors there actually significantly underrepresented, do you have a regulation that's in place based on faulty data that would be pushing states to further serve already underserved demographic and the secretary as you know, thus far put that on hold and should rewrite it, but in the process hasn't been able to, you know, make a case as to why this numbers based approach it as. Misguided and she's just kind of gotten flack for, you know, ignoring potential discrimination over critics, say around special education at indication. Let's take some calls.
"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So here's an example of that. This is a speech at the two thousand eighteen American federation of teachers convention in Pittsburgh earlier this month where the president of that union Randi Weingarten delivered a scathing assessment of education, secretary, Betsy DeVos here. I think it's safe to say the whole country now knows what we knew the day. Her nomination was announced that Betsy DeVos is the worst secretary of education ever so strong words there from Randi Weingarten and here's the Betsy DeVos in an interview. This past March Lesley Stahl of CBS sixty minutes. Ask DeVos about her policy believes her record of a chief -ment and we'll hear in this clip her popularity or her lack of popularity here. Does I have you become people say the most hated cabinet secretary? I'm not so sure how exactly that happened, but I think there are a lot of really powerful forces allied against change. Does it hurt some? Sometimes it does. Sometimes it does. Again, I think I think I'm more misunderstood than anything more than any. Michelle Heckman. We're coming up against the break, but in the fifteen or twenty seconds that remain. What's your answer to that question? I mean, she does seem to be a bit of a lightning rod here. What explains that? Absolutely. You know, interesting to me because a lot of the things that she's most hated for her school choice policies. She basically has very little leverage to actually adopt and make law. I think it's just, you know, she's gone done a couple of interviews where she's the stunningly, not prepared, and I think that in a really raised her profile among people who are ready to hate her, right, we're going to continue this conversation listeners. We're talking about what education secretary, Betsy DeVos has been doing this summer to reshape federal education policy coming up. We're going to hear from the attorney general of Massachusetts, who is suing devices, department of education will also talk about the department's changes to civil rights rules in the classroom. You can join.
"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Faulting on their loans. We're going to these four profit colleges, and so the Obama administration created these rules that said, you know, if you're graduating students that are not making a lot of money and or taking on too much debt that they can't repay. We're gonna shut you down. We're going to cut off your federal money and and we reported last week that Betsy DeVos is planning to repeal that rule to sort of let you know for profit colleges operate is that used to write and this these these rules Obama wanted to put these rules into effect after the collapse of to for profit colleges, Carinthian college in IT technical institute which collapsed. They collapsed in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen, and they were found to have misled students with false advertising misleading claims that kind of stuff. So these were rules essentially to protect students from this kind these kinds of alleged abuses. Right. Exactly. That's cool. We're saying, you know, if you. Through this program, you're, you have a ninety, nine percent guarantee of getting a job and students were enrolling in taking on huge amounts of debts, and those things were just turning out to be flatly not true. And this is also led to lawsuits by a whole bunch of attorneys-general across the country. We're going to be hearing from one of them at the bottom of this hour. But essentially, what is the case that these attorneys general are making. Well, they are saying they're suing Betsy DeVos because she is trying to repeal both the the game full employment rule, which would shut down some of these worst. The worst of the worst colleges, you know, the ones that really are not graduating people with any kind of earnings power. And then there's another rule that I think we'll get to in a moment that that she has sort of rolled back where students who went to colleges that defrauded them or allowed to actually ask the government to forgive their loans, and she's a sort of tried to make that process a little tougher. Right. And why is that? What's the argument in favor of making that process tougher for students who feel that they were defrauded? Well, there's a serious concern. You know the the money on the line is taxpayer money that these students are taking on forgiving, all of it sort of willy nilly is really going to cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of not billions of dollars. And so you have to be very careful. The other thing is that the government really tries to recoup money from colleges once they've once they've forgiven loans. And some of these four prophets were saying, well, the the process that you're using to determine whether we've defrauded or students is arbitrary. We're not really getting a chance to show the case that it was. We weren't lying, but it was that, you know, we're being wrongly targeted. And so some of the schools were being asked to pay sums of money that they said they couldn't afford. Now, another issue, the department of education physician interim guidance on how colleges should investigate and penalize sexual assault under title nine, which prohibits gender, discrimination in education. Can you talk a little bit about how she is dealing trying to make those changes? Absolutely. So for years, you know, President Obama had set out these rules governing how campus sexual assault cases could go on college campuses and the. A lot of, you know, specifically accused students, but also more broadly of of lawyers who were saying the process that you're setting up is really one sided and unfair. You know, it didn't some cases the rules. Let victims you know, ask questions of their, you know of the people they were accusing, but not vice versa. And so you know a lot of lawyers and accused student advocates were saying they needed to sort of level the playing field to give accused students more rights for the process. So it's fair to say that Betsy DeVos enter policies. Anthropology proposals are controversial. There disliked by a lot of folks who work in education..
"betsy" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Education secretary betsy devos was interviewed by leslie stahl on sixty minutes and among the interview questions they dealt into the issue of school choice something that betsy devos has received a great number of criticism or critics something that betsy devos has been criticized by a great number of people now the interview was a disaster and even a white house members of the white house spoke out about how they didn't love her performance because she was ill prepared but before we get to the heart of the discussion regarding school choice let's go to the one question and answer portion that i thought was amazing given the fact that she is the education secretary take a look have you seen the really bad schools maybe try to figure out what what they're doing i have not i have not i've not intentionally visited schools that are underperforming maybe you should maybe i should yes now i might have unintentionally visited those schools that was an accident but i mean i didn't wanna intentionally visit any poor people you know i'm a billionaire that would be unbecoming she's the education secretary and she goes off about how our public schools are failing and we need to fix them and her solution is to take tax payer money out of public schools and funnel them into either private schools in the form of vouchers or charter schools which is what the heart of this discussion is about she thinks if she says anything with a smile on her face that is going to work and.
"betsy" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"Welcome to who weekly the podcast where you learn everything you need to know about the celebrities you don't i'm bobby finger iin lindsay weber and this is my new of her name is betsy liam neeson the iranian by the time that i didn't give you've rushing to shield betsy on the podcast you'll have to give me permission it's both of our podcast so betsy in case you didn't know who betsy as you'd just declare none of you know who betsy as mellano if at the if you'd like that was that the is that sees this for welsh singer and her name as betsy her stage name as betsy her name is elizabeth humphrey where did you hear betsy at a panara are something newnan and now i heard it at a coffee shop in my neighborhood that usually plays the worst music the worst musical the time and then they certainly heard this this angel that sounds like a mix between share and any lennox annie lennox drag queen any let x is what she sounds like mom all caps betsy her name is elizabeth humphrey she's from wales and this is great all you can about betsy as this first senate's of her wicked pedia first two sentences okay betsy was raised on a rural goose farm in never in wales for mother vodka crews wage late dragway wing her mother bought the goose business next to their home and subsequently moved it to their house wayne wanted jordan sergeant save up as the that's my fair thing.
"betsy" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"I hate filters betsy devos it becomes hatefigure for whatever reason uh she's you know she's been a a republican backer for a long time she's been in the school choice movement her brother is some kind of moral monster apparently merit printsite only earning about but once private armies in afghanistan or something like that the family has been controversial among the left for a long time and she didn't apparently uh uh respond very well during her confirmation hearing to some stuff but she has worked on education for a long time anyway she was the one everyone decided to get mad at in that process so people have a default betsy devos sucks of filter hear me ned vigils in my neighborhood of butter at the local school um and it you know they have the a default trump thinks he have i hate betsy devos i hate uh donald trump and this has to do with rape there's just no way apparently for people to except information that gets in the way of how their computer spits out those inputs which is hashtag stop betsy or a our our mutual friend noah shack in a very great guide discerning journalists tweeted something defective like what the fuck is wrong with these people so sometimes of discerning journalists there are very often at seraing journals when one of the better ones out there this is a a completely widespread reaction to something a due process claim it's a it's a a great example of how.
"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Yeah i mean we just don't quite know exactly what this of outer programs that that voss has envisioned will take whether it's a tax credit and and what kind of rules i'm debt schools will be required to follow generally if you're getting federal money you have to follow federal law and that would include ida and but like i said we we it's just it's sort of up in the air on what exactly that's going to look like in terms of both students civil rights of these at these uh schools getting vouchers and also in terms of disabled students but it certainly something at people have been very worried about i'm early in her confirmation hearings betsy devos seemed to not know i'll whether or not idea was a federal law and on and that that has are that it already sort of started people very nervous i'm from the very beginning speaking of rights for students uh a few months ago the education department rescinded guidelines for protections of uh transgender and gay students molly speak to that some reported that betsy devos wanted to keep those guidelines but lost the battle here how did that play out yeah i mean it it's hard to say what went on behind the scenes but that certainly was a narrative that i and a lot of other people were hearing that she did not want to take back these guidelines of jeff sessions did when when they ended up rescinding the guidelines which again would allow transgender students to use the bathroom that matches their gender identity um sexual devan said you know we're going to come out with some new guidelines protect transgender students which which they did last week um and it's it's unclear exactly some advocates are nervous about those those guidelines that they issued they don't specifically mention on bathroom rights which is obviously a huge issue for the transgender community they focus more on on bullying by individuals students um so certainly people are very nervous about that uh mexican do you worry that secretary devos will abandon protections oh for some of these students.
"betsy" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I'm in the interim it's actually not completely clear whether the education arman is going to continue enforcing every part of these rules until they get the new rules in place on what it probably means is that you if you're a student looking to enroll in a school it's it's it's good to be a little bit more wary you can't just trust that you had the school been uh been failing these these metrics on that they wouldn't be able to access federal money on it so i would say you know exercise more caution and i'm yeah if you're if you're a student who who has been defrauded by your schools it probably is going to be a tougher process to get loan forgiveness but again we don't we don't quite know um because this just happened last week and and we're not exactly sure what shape the new rules will take so help us understand molly hensley clancy uh betsy devos his new education budget i'm reading here plans to cut up to ten billion dollars from federal education ish initiatives is that trio and what will go a home a a lot of stuff will go am i mean basically everything or not everything but a lot of things besides these school choice initiatives that have been sort of betsy devos his pet project on a lot of that is going to be facing so a lot of grant programs will be cut on a lot of uh programs for uh subsidized federal student loans um there's a whole new sort of loan regime that that it's proposing on that will probably be a lot tougher on graduate students in terms of in terms of getting relief and forgiveness for them um and and then yeah and then we have the ten billion dollars cuts and then about a billion dollars that are being added are a reappropriated to school choice initiatives right so talk about that a billion dollars to push public schools to adopt choice friendly policies what does that mean.