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"board education" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

07:06 min | 2 months ago

"board education" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Gracious. Hi. That's an excellent point you made. Yes. Tracy in mesa, Arizona, hello trace. Hey, Stephanie, Chris. I don't expect you guys to remember every little thing about me but I may heterosexual married professional musician bass player singer. Chicken farmer, casual western Buddha's tyranny, Arizona. But I was born. I was born in Denver Colorado and raised primarily in aurora. Okay. I know people who were affected by Columbine. I graduated from gateway high school, which is a mile south of where the movie shooting the movie theater shooting was in 2012. I was planning at Epcot center in 2016 with that same band that played at fantasy springs Chris. Okay. When the pulse shooting happened. So I got to experience the local media on that. And I have a friend who is a piano player. Who is gay, who frequented the pulse nightclub and he's lucky he was getting that night. Now, this weekend, I have another friend who's a bass player who lives less than half a mile from the queue in Colorado Springs. He was planning that night in boulder. Way far north. So he got home at three in the morning and I messaged him just, I said, I know you were in boulder, but I want to make sure you were safe. And he said that he got home at three in the morning and the entire block was still taped off and we were messaging in the middle of the day on Sunday and he said that he was still going on at like ten in the morning. So I'm just saying that, you know, it doesn't matter who you are, what you're persuasion is sexually, your race, whatever. Somebody is affected in some little way. By every one of these little shootings that happens, not little shootings, but everybody's affected in some way. So I just want people to think about that, you know? That's all I want to say. Thank you, honey. Once again, once we point out, Tristan Snell said from 1994 to 2004 when assault weapons were banned, mass shootings decreased by 70%. And it's just, you know, rinse lather repeat, right? You know, we're the group again this time. Gays, so 5 people were killed 25 injured. I think that's the count as of now. LGBT nightclub, there were going to have an all ages musical drag brunch. We were just saying about how, you know, we started going to drag shows back in the 90s and, you know, RuPaul got so popular. Like, when did they somehow become the target? It's like the right wing is despicable. Lauren boebert is one of the worst proponents of all this anti trans anti, you know, and it's actual they put bills into action that are what these lunatics are then why they're targeting gays. And a person with the same name address and date of birth as the suspect in this shooting was charged in connection with making a bomb threat previously, Lauren boebert in May accused LGBT supporters of grooming children in August criticized kid friendly drag shows as depravity wrote on Twitter Sunday. The shooting is absolutely awful and she sends her prayers to shut the seriously. Transgender people have been targeted in particular Human Rights Campaign said there has been record violence against transgender and gender nonconforming people this past year. In April 2019, Jared polis signed a red flag law that gave citizens and police departments, the ability to petition a judge to have Colorado's residence weapons confiscated if the petitioner demonstrates the person's a danger to themselves or others, but the sheriff in El Paso county, which includes Colorado Springs, said that this year that his department would not file any of those petitions. I mean, I just, I don't know how many times we can go through these same exact cycles. Parker gray stopped going to the gay nightclub club cue about a year and a half ago, quote, because of the hatred for our community that started in Colorado Springs. Yeah, several drag events around the country of Don protests and threats with some protesters carrying firearms more than 240 anti LGBT bills were filed in the first three months of this year, mostly targeting trans people. And she said, I think people began to fear for their safety again like they did back in 2016 when pulse happened. And this I thought was so interesting. You know, we have Carl frisch, who put his money where his mouth is as a gay man, ran and ran in one for school board. But this activist said, you see a number of attacks coming from the state school board education members who believe that teachers educators administrators who are supportive of LGBTQ students are in some way groomers, obviously there are consequences to that kind of rhetoric. So it's people in school boards, but with these stupid anti trans memes and things. Yeah, what did start it? Seriously, what started it? Yeah. Yeah, a report earlier this year cited Lauren boebert along with 9 other politicians as driving rhetoric implying that lesbian gay bisexual transgender queer people are grooming children. And I told you my girlfriend just happened to get a thing from someone she knows sort of tangentially about this grooming stuff. And they don't get how that stuff has consequences. It's like what happened this weekend. Sue and Rockville, hello, Sue. How do you do? Hello, I want to wish everyone a very Happy Thanksgiving and a Happy Thanksgiving. And then you all be surrounded with love and laughter and Sally, okay? Thank you. Because I have wolf 15 of us here. And I will see you in my blanket on Friday morning. We'd like to send my love to all of you and thank you. Thank you. Andrea Johnson suggested this morning that we start naming it uh oh. Oh no. Try again, soup. Because then we know their own by the NRA, which also means their own by Russia since they are all inexpensive, extrusive linked together. Trump was installed. I keep saying he was never elected in 2016. So since this murderer is the grandson of a magga Republican, they should be called the vocal murders for the vocal hate. We need to start to humiliate if they're capable of it. But identify each of these hate crimes to whether it's the anti semitic one, whether it's the racial ones, whether it's the GCP community, all of these crimes are directly Republicans. Yeah, I mean, it's just you wake up and go, oh, it's another right wing terrorist inspired by. And always a right wing. Yeah. And by the way, Shannon watts was the first one I saw on Twitter said, media reporting the 22 year old Colorado Springs mass shooting suspect is the grandson of California's state assemblyman Randy Vogel, Vogel, a San Diego area Republican who made headlines in 2021 after comparing January 6th to Lexington and Concord. It's a sickness in our entire culture that has infected there's no difference now between mainstream Republicans and whatever these lunatic fringe terrorists are. Okay, the Twitter front. Joe Walsh said Twitter is the public square stay on Twitter and speak your mind. Victor Xi are young

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"board education" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

06:43 min | 4 months ago

"board education" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"You can offend anyone you want, Jack, don't worry. But the millions of people who have left California, a lot of them have been leaving California to seek ease and comfort. And they're Christians, well, okay, if God told you to leave, I get it. But if he didn't tell you to go and you're seeking ease and comfort, I want to remind everybody, that's what heavens for. In the meantime, listen, I refuse to leave California because this place is absolutely dark and that's why we were raising up followers of Christ up and down the state to take a stand against evil because number one we're supposed to. And I want to get caught as you sit in the introduction. I want to get caught when Christ returns are when I drop dead being busy about my father's business. So true biblical Christianity is salt and light, it is effective. It's making a difference in the school board, PTA, the city council, the county board of supervisors. And in the state. I mean, look, I've got a couple of lawsuits going up against this governor and this state, even though I believe Jesus, to come back today, what I'm trying to do is stop what he is doing that's wrong and evil. And nobody can tell me, well, Jack, that's not biblical. You know, you should just lay down and wait for Jesus to come back. No, listen, Jesus said that we are to take the opportunities that he's given us and we are to invest those opportunities rather than bury them or hide them under a basket. So that's what we're doing out here. Right now, Bank of America has just lowered its 2022 forecast for the S&P 500 by a whopping 900 points to 3600. Saying we're headed for a recession this year. It said the new year target is the lowest on the street. This is not good news for those of you stuck in equities or anything tied to stock markets. I know thousands of people who have put their trust in noble goal to prevent losing money and the financial storm that is brewing. You can join them by calling their expert team noble goal that's recently voted the number one gulp company in the country by consumer affairs. No call centers, no scripted response, no bull, just a straight honest run through options so you can decide. And by the way, they're giving away a beautiful one tenth of an ounce gold American Eagle coin with every qualifying IRA or 401k roll over this month. You can't go wrong on noble gold, call the team now at 877-646-5347 to find out more or visit noble gold investments dot com that is noble gold investments dot com. Okay, I want to play some tape here. It's cut one 11 of some footage that turning point USA's front lines division was able to get. Of what appears to be a sexual deviant that is presenting some form of a childhood child story to children in public, can you guys find out what town this is in? And basically saying to children some things they should not be hearing. Play cut one 11. I found more than just a baker prince Samuel said. They're in love. Can you believe? Cinderella, yeah. Elliot identifies as a boy. This is my monkey. Claudius. This is called it's okay to be different. Can you purr with me? It's okay to have different moms. It's okay to have different dads. Jack hips is with us. This is that clip was not, might have been in a library outside of library but it looked like it was in a public park, Jack, how should we think about this? Well, Charlie, this is how we think about it. We think about what drives a culture down into destruction, people don't want to hear about these things, but the fact of the matter is this. The last manifestation throughout human history of every demise of a culture. You name it, they die the same way. And that is through sexual deviancy. And so what we're looking at is this rampant global. Let's remember this, Charlie. It's not happening at just some library in just some town. This is a global push that is happening right now. That's right. It is orchestrated. It's extremely unified and well organized. It is infiltrated school boards, education systems, parents need to wake up to the realization. Look, you don't have to be a Christian to stand up against. But Jack, what bothers me and I think you'll have some candid words about this. It's happening in churches. Let's go right here. Cut one 12 in Los Angeles. Play cut one 12. You want to make sure that everyone knows that all are welcome here. We fly to show pride and support of our LGBTQ Friends. We confess that we have demanded too much from the earth. We confess to the sense of racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, ableism, fatphobia, American imperialism, and Christian supremacy. This is a church. That is a church. Yeah. Yeah, yeah, Charlie, it's a church and a 501c3 form only. It's a church that listen to this. The Bible says that in the last days there will be those that will have a passion for lust for power and for the twisting of God's word while all the while demonstrating a form of godliness. There's an outward draping of some visage of spirituality. That's exactly what we're seeing, but let's remember the Bible says that this is what happened in the last days. These are a wake-up calls. And we just had a big push up in Boise Idaho where none of the parents knew about this stuff, but they were going to have a gay parade with a dray Queen for children events and thank God, you know, somebody got the news down to us and we began to reach out to the churches in Idaho and they stood up against it a couple of weeks ago and put an end to that. But this is popping up everywhere and it's going to listen, people have got to take a stand for what's right. Not for what feels acceptable. Sometimes it doesn't feel good to speak up. But if you know what's right and true and honoring to God, this is the time for us to I mean, I totally agree, Jack, you know, not everyone in our audience is Christian. And I just want to say though, if you feel uncomfortable standing up for children, like I have no time for you, honestly. Exactly. People under the banner of Christianity, Christianity, that are doing that nonsense and that garbage..

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"board education" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"board education" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than a 120 countries. Which could get up to this has Bloomberg David. Thanks so much, rittich. Well, here at bounce power we like to talk about the world of politics in the world of business and particularly when it comes to business. We want to know what's on the minds of CEOs, what are they concerned about? We welcome now, Tim Ryan. He's PWC U.S. chairman because he knows very well. The minds of an awful lot of CEOs around the world and he's actually done a survey. Tim, great to have you back with us. You did this fascinating survey and give us the high points of what CEOs are worried about right now. What are they talking about? David, thanks for having me. It's great to be here. I would say the first thing is I would continue to characterize the mood as slightly more glass half full. So we hear an awful lot about recession and concerns, which are real. But at the same token, businesses are doing pretty well controlling what they can control. So in the element of the survey, as well, people are worried about things they can control, they feel pretty good about the things that are within their control, we're seeing large amount of transformation, companies remake themselves, taking steps to drive productivity and performance is actually relatively good. It's important to understand fiscal 21 was a really big challenging car. But overall, we're still seeing really good results. So that's one to yell in the survey. You mentioned we're things people are worried about. They're worried about things within their control, but also the intersect with things like geopolitics, the number one issue that came up in terms of risk from the executives we surveyed was cybersecurity with 40% and right beyond that the number of more than number two risk was talent. Should we know what you really big issues? Yeah, it strikes me in reading it. It's almost my word is not your hard side and a soft side. And start with a hard side and geopolitics and cybersecurity. There are concerned about it. I guess they're talking about it in the board room. What are they doing about it? Do you have a sense? Yeah, so David, this is a concern. I think as long as the rest of us stay in business to the rest of our careers, I don't expect issues like cybersecurity and privacy goal to go away because we have become more and more relying on digital and technology. And it's intersecting with there that we do in life. So I think the first thing companies are doing is realizing that this is going to be there. This is going to be a perennial worry, something that will be worried about all the time. Steph's companies are taking aboard his education at every single level, education of the board, education, the C suite, all the way down to that first course he was walking through every day, education around what we all can do as individuals to manage risk. What do we click on? What are we touch? Who do we allow into our environment? Who do we don't? There's a awful lot of training. There's a lot of reliance on partners because ecosystems are intertwining. And so am I doing business with the right person? Am I doing business the right part is do they meet my standards? Awful lot of focus on that. And the lastly, ultimately, how do we make sure we give our customers a good experience, but also maintain the right degree of security. So a lot of activity in cyber privacy. The other big thing on cyber and privacy is keeping up with evolving regulation as companies do business in multiple markets, whether it be multi markets in the United States, multiple markets across the globe. Privacy rules vary across the board and companies are making sure where they do business. They're meeting the requirements because they change all the time. So that's a quick preview on the hard part as you point out on cyber side. We'll go to the soft side because the numbers I think were something like 40% registered subscriber 38. So it's a pretty close second there. Are talking about acquisition and retention of talent. What are you hearing about that? David, the first thing is it's on almost everybody's mind. I learned you never say all you never say no and you'll be wrong, but it's on virtually everybody's minds. We're living in a talent stop world, especially for the most important skills. Would that be engineering people on a planet for all the way up to people with technology digital skills or any type of specialized skill. We're seeing a shortage of talent. We're seeing that debate move away from a focus on is somebody in office or remote. That, frankly, that just it is conversation. We're seeing much more focus around. What type of work environment needs to be created so people feel the best about themselves with the idea that if they're doing and working in an environment where they feel good about themselves, they'll do better work for customers, better work for clients. So things companies are focused on as well-being. They're focused on choice. They're focused on creating work environment that not only office competitive pay, which I would argue is table states, but also what is the overall value proposition looked like to the employee. I will say it is a growing sentiment among CEOs that we are not. We are not one good recession away from employers having the power again. It employees being in the second chair. There's a growing sentiment that this is more of a permanent shift in that when you look at the numbers of declining population in areas like the United States and other parts of the world, you're going to see employers have to evolve the workplace. I think what we're hearing from CEOs is we're at the beginning of a major transformation on our work is done in corporate America. Tim, do you have any sense of what that transformational might look like because I mean, just reading accounts in the press, it seems like there may be a significant gap and maybe a growing gap between employers and employees. For example, I'll give you one example. They talk about a lot these days. So called quiet quitting, which is people not leaving their jobs, but just not really stepping up. In part because I guess they're not motivated. We haven't captured their imagination. What are people doing about those sorts of issues? So, David, I think you're absolutely right. I think one of the CEO's biggest worries is this concept they're quitting and we're not saying someone shows up at their heart and their mind in the work that they're doing, which not only leads to low productivity, also leads to a bad customer bad client experience so that is a really big worry. I joke with people often that at PVC we don't need we don't need to be the smartest people in the world. We need to look at our really, really smart clients and pick and choose what they like. Well, I will share with you what we're doing, which is, again, what we see leading companies doing, creating a work environment and turning it upside down and giving our employees

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"board education" Discussed on This Week in Tech

This Week in Tech

05:27 min | 7 months ago

"board education" Discussed on This Week in Tech

"Is your privacy and protects your privacy when it comes to medical procedures. And when what we know is when laws are passed, people look for loopholes. And ways to change the way that law was meant to be to suit their own purposes. And so there's going to be repercussions there because it's your personal health decisions. We've seen that thrown out under the guise of some people want to protect some life and discard the life of others. I don't think it's about saving babies. I think it's about supposedly saving babies, but at the expense of if you're not going to make exemptions for the life of the mother, rape or incense, then you're ranking life and you're deciding which life that you want to choose. But that is not pro life. There's a lot of places on that scale. I mean, not every legislature is saying that. No, but there's definitely now a movement where some of these regulations are abandoning whatever. Yeah. So you have the privacy issues around HIPAA, which is established law. And these states are going to start to mess with that because they can or they want to or they're on some sort of because we have Supreme Court that doesn't care about established law, right? Right. And then you do have these issues about data collection. If this device can now be used as a weapon against you that has far reaching implications, not just on businesses and where they want to really okay, but how you might want to use this thing in the future. And suddenly, purging all of your apps and walking away and maybe it will lead to terms of service that we can actually all understand, which is coinciding with what the EU is doing and trying to raise awareness about privacy, right? So it's a messy path that we're on with lots of implications. And it started in the wrong place. I was a constitutional law major before I decided to go to law school and the throwing away a 50 years of precedent and taking back a constitutional right is already unprecedented. And so it wasn't well thought through. Wait a minute, what about Brown versus board education? We have overturned judicial precedent in the past. Look, constitutional right that was granted. I don't want to get I don't want to be on the other side of that argument. But I also, I think it's important to just bring up these arguments against it so that I don't know. Well, I think, first of all, I want to say. I want to go home tonight. So I've got to be careful here. I think Connie and I are sisters somehow from something mother made sense in my head. It doesn't make sense as I'm saying it out loud. I wanted to be solicitor general. Oh, good. That's why I wanted to go to law school. That's the government lawyer who argues in front of the Supreme Court. On behalf of the government. That's a good constitutional law. It is a good job. But again, if we think about, here's the rub for companies. So sometimes these events happen that are so disruptive, they force us to confront the status quo in a way that can be very productive. So if you think about COVID, which was horrible, COVID forced us to confront things like the use of messenger RNA, which had existed for a long time, but didn't have a business case and global supply chain volatility. And all different types of things like that. In a way, one of the, this is a horrific change in America. However, not just because abortion aside, that's just undermines people's beliefs and institutions even more and in a way takes away from what the Supreme Court is and does. The court can't waffle like this. And if you read clarence Thomas's opinion, it's even worse. However, when positive outcome might be that we're forced to confront in a very visceral way with data are being collected and safeguarded and this could be something that winds up helping apple in a weird way. People may, you know, I'm actually considering going back to an Apple device. Really? It's a differential privacy. Yeah. Yeah. And it could force a change in browser usage, maybe people will switch over to brave. If they can figure out how to use it, or they'll switch over to safari, and they'll at least with our tech savvy audience, that transition is already occurred. I mean, we are audiences very privacy aware. And I'm going to say that this audience is, but I'm talking about like my sister, you know? Yeah. Well, that's where it starts, right? Because your sister then asks you, well, gosh, I want to protect my privacy. How do I do that? And so it starts with the techno savvy who are very privacy focused. I think there's a general move towards privacy. Honestly, I was a little bit on the fence saying, well, what's the harm if you just targeting advertising? The only harm I foresaw is if you had a malicious government that would use the information big tech had gathered about you against you. And now it's happening. So I think now you have a pretty good argument for keeping your stuff private. It's not

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"board education" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Of foreigners, including US citizens leave Kabul on a charter flight from Carter Guitar Airlines. It marks the first large scale evacuation since U. S and NATO troops left Afghanistan late last month. In the House of Representatives. Democrats begin moving forward President Biden's $3.5 trillion human infrastructure package through House committees and law enforcement officials, concerned by the prospect for violence at a rally by Trump Forces in the nation's capital next week Plan to re install protective fencing surrounded the U. S Capitol for months. Following the violent January six insurrection there from Pacifica Radio KPFA in Berkeley KPFK in Los Angeles. This is the evening news. I'm Mark Miracle President Joe Biden today announced a range of new vaccination and mask mandates to address the nation's Continuing coronavirus pandemic. The plan includes vaccine requirements for health care workers, federal executive branch employees and federal contractors. Biden's also vowing to restore the pay of any teachers or school board educations that are punished for adopting mask mandates for the nation's schools. Christopher Martinez reports. As the Covid 19 pandemic continues to kill about 1500 Americans each day, President Joe Biden has unveiled his six point plan called Path Out of the Pandemic. He announced his plan in a speech Thursday as your president, I'm announcing tonight a new plan to require more Americans to be vaccinated to combat those blocking public health. My plan also increases tested. Protects our economy and will make our kids safer in schools. Biden began by describing progress up to now, especially the highly effective coronavirus vaccines, But the rate of vaccinations is still too slow. And that's a bigger problem now with the highly transmissible Delta variant, So here's we stand the path ahead. Even with adult a variant. It's not nearly as bad as last winter, or it makes it incredibly more frustrating. Because we have the tools to combat Covid 19. And a distinct minority of Americans, supported by stink minority of elected officials are keeping us from turning the corner. These pandemic politics are referred to are are are making people sick, causing unvaccinated people to die. We cannot allow these actions to stand in the way of protecting the large majority of Americans who have done their part. I want to get back to life is normal. The first step in Biden's plan is increasing vaccinations among the 80 million Americans who are currently unvaccinated. Now that the FDA has fully approved the Pfizer biontech vaccine for people aged 12 and over, Biden says, the time for waiting is over. This is not about freedom, Personal choice. It's about protecting yourself. And those around you the people you work with people who care about the people you love. My job as president is to protect all Americans. So tonight I'm announcing that the Department of Labor is developing an emergency rule to require all employers with 100 or more employees that together employ over 80 million workers to ensure their workforces are fully vaccinated or show a negative test at least once a week. Biden's plan also expands vaccination requirements for some 17 million healthcare workers who work in hospitals, home care and other facilities. If you're seeking care at a health facility, you should be able to know that the people treating you are vaccinated, simple, straightforward period. Biden is also signing executive orders requiring vaccinations for all workers in the executive branch of the federal government and for all their contractors, If you want to work with the federal government do businesses get vaccinated? If you want to do business with the federal government, vaccinate your workforce, and.

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"board education" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Yes, I do. Matter of fact, you know, I I, um I've been like was a couple days yesterday, the day before me the day before a big part of the show was We're finally speaking up. We're getting results, right? We're doing this all over the country. And honestly, this is all because of what happened in Vail. And the bail thing was about masks. But now you have masks and critical race theory, right? And by the way, God bless Steve Daniels, the Patriot Party. He was out there coaching these parents giving them support. They didn't know who they could turn to Republicans. Wouldn't hell. They didn't know what the hell to do it. They weren't going to do it. And you had that that that dope rhino Chris King on the Veil school board. He wasn't gonna help. So Steve Daniels, the one that gave these parents it's kind of showed them the way he did Show them away. And the fire started in bail Arizona and then spread everywhere and parent said, Oh, my God, I can do this, too. Well, Facebook, by the way, just kicked Steve. They deleted Steve Daniel's account. They targeted him. Cause they know he's being He's successful. They deleted his account all his videos of what he did so parents could see and learn from it at the school board meetings. That's how dirtbag ish I mean, how evil Facebook is. We'll get this in Kentucky because this I'm telling you, this is all inspired because with Steve and the great parents done unveiled it Few dozen protesters in Kentucky showed up for the Jefferson County Board education meeting on Tuesday to a pro to oppose critical race theory. You know what happened? They got kicked out. Take the school board kicked out the parents that wanted to say I disagree with critical race theory, a member of the board school board told protesters. You can always get a lawyer and sue us, but you're not. But you're going to leave right now. You can always get a lawyer into us, but you're going to leave right now. The unnamed board member told the local news. Their lessons on race should be a part of education. For Children while not directly, citing critical race theory directly And they kicked the parents out that said, These are our schools. We pay for them. You're elected to hear from us and the school board said Get out of here. We're kicking you out if you have an issue with critical race theory. A school. Remember? Said I think you should know. Critical race. There is done the curriculum, one person responded. Sure it is. Matter of fact critical race theory, according to Colonel Juror, Uh, the local paper down there in Louisville mentions of critical race theory were removed from outlines of an elective course called developing black historical consciousness. That's the thing they hide it. They caught what he called something else and they stick at it. That's what happens. Man. It's uh, it's it's just It's disturbing, isn't it? It's absolutely disturbing. This is what these people are doing. These people. This is what they're doing. Um, I will get you I have much more for you Do not go anywhere. Morning ritual. Garrett Lewis can s t a M. 7 90, Tucson's Most stimulating talk the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis. Windows are greater Tucson, My main man, Pat Doherty. He owns it. It will be next month. Just a week from now, 14 years in business. He's installed over 19,000 windows and people love them. People love them 67 years. We do commercials for this guy. He replaced every window. My parents hope That's how much I think this guy is great. I'm telling you to do it to, uh, the prices can't be beat. The quality of Windows can be BDs his original windows and he also sells paella. Paella said. Please sell us. We wanna be partners. You've done such a great job there. He said. Only in my low prices, they said, you got it. And the the reason I can give you such a great prices because doesn't have a building..

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"board education" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"One whole week at camp but a donation in any amount $20 just do it today, and we will club it altogether or if you can do $1000. That's five. Children make a donation today, it said gawker dot com Hit the Angel Tree banner at the very top of Call The Prison fellowship at 8882. Oh, 6 to 794. That's 888. 2062794 SEB Gorka dot com and the Angel Tree Banner. We are back with Katie Gawker of the Heritage Foundation. Wonderful last name you have there. I like that name. Katie. You are discussing the threat of critical race theory. In our church is not just our skills in the military and the person who had this mess. Where can people can people watch this video conference? I'm so glad you asked. Yes, they can Heritage events, and when you go online, it will be one of the first ones that pops up and they're going to ask you to plug in your name and email address, But you can watch it. It's free. There's no charge, and it was a great conversation. Okay. We went over 1000 people voluntarily signing to see this. You know, it's important. Check it out. The Yesterday is what do they call it? Videoconference Webinars Web Web weapon Webinar from body Borkum, But he made the point You want to share with our viewers? That is kind of the The the cloaking that CRT is given. But it's all a lie. Explain what bodies shared with you. Yeah, So I mean, it goes back to the quote you played from from Obama, where he sort of dismissive of conservatives for being concerned about critical race theory and one of the things you hear often today, as well. Maybe it's Marxist, but can also be a useful analytical tool through which to look at race and bark. Um, just completely dispenses with that argument, he says. CRT cannot be an analytic tool because it is an entire world view. And the point about this worldview is it wants to take down everything that is foundational to the United States, Our conceptions of equality, the rule of law. All of this. It wants to take down and replace with its, you know, Marxist conceptions of of a brave new world. And for this reason as well, he said. This is why there cannot be room for CRT in the church because it's fundamentally opposed to a biblical worldview. Right. This isn't fractional equations. This isn't long division. This is a This is a worldview that postulates that white people are always racist, and there has to be a redistribution of power based upon race class didn't work. Now it's race. It isn't a theory. It isn't a tool. It is a racist ideology. The book by 40 Balkan is fault lines. The social justice movement and evangelical ISMs looming catastrophe we're talking to Katie Gold could follow her at Gorkha, Katie on Twitter. I want to play this because it fits in perfectly. This is Jeannie Van Fleet at the Loudon County Board Education Board meeting, talking about C R T and its relationship to what her family experienced. This is video cut. Five. Like cuts. I just want to let the American people know that what's going on in our school and in our country is really a rape play of the cultural revolution in China, and I want people to see there was the similarities and the similarities are terrifying. They use the same ideology and same methodology, even the same vocabulary and with the same goal, the ideologies Cultural Marxism and we were divided. Into groups as oppressor and oppressed. And here we just race and there to use class. And, um, the the people here who have a different review were labeled racist. But in the cultural Revolution, the label is a counter revolutionary. So it is a hat that fits all And once the hat is on your head, your life is ruined, isn't it? It's fascinating. Katie is somebody who's lived and traveled through post communist Central Eastern Europe. That the teacher who spoke up at Loudon County that we have this show on the show yesterday, Lilit, nav, etc. And she's from Armenia from a post Soviet republic. This parent from Loudon County talks about her family suffering in communist China. Why is it immigrants from Dictatorships who have to tell us the truth? Well, and I'll tell you something else that I'll bet even you don't know. And this is what what? And this is something that I also learned from body Balkan from his book in this blew me away. You know, we look at 1989 is a banner year in the Freedom movement. That was the year the Tiananmen massacre. And that was the year that the Berlin Wall fell. But you know what else? Body says. That was the year that a lot of this originated because that was the year of a Seminole conference held by Derek Bell. I knew that I knew that you did not because I did because he told me, Okay, Okay. Good. So some of the key Works that are now the foundation for critical race theory came out in 1989 were planted at the same time that we thought we won. I know. We have work to do. Critical race theory is the new Communist Marxist threat to this nation, but it's not out there. It's not in the Warsaw Pact. It's not in some submarine under the Atlantic. It is in our schools in our military. It is in our educational institutions from kindergarten all the way up to post crab guys. We gotta fight. We gotta get serious. We talked to Katie Golkar. This is America, first in the Salem radio network. And if you're serious, you also have to be healthy. How's that for a segue? Healthy fighters? Happy warriors be the healthiest you. You can be take balance of nature. Have I take shot? Have I taken my balance of nature today? I witnessed it with my own two y who was was it? It might have been mined. But you did take it. I stole yours. I'm sorry. I'll give you those little sex capsules back, but I needed it because I want to be healthy. I'm on.

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"board education" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

"Prison fellowship. So i keep getting asked. What can i do. Well guess what. Be like deborah flora. Our guest this is what she did in front of the douglas. County school district board meeting just recently. We've heard a lot about how the education the equity educational policy is not equivalent to critical race theory. However i've heard many things that are very disturbing that show it to be quite the opposite. First of all the term equity it sounds great but exactly opposite of equal opportunity equity demands and equal outcome. That only happens when you gerrymander things to favor. One group or another. It's not the same as equal opportunity. The second thing that concerns me is when i heard the definition of equity that has been shared here answer many communications from the district. It talks about groups of individuals. When you talk about groups it has collectivism is separating. Children in two groups had is exactly what is doing and groups based on. What what we've heard from both hiring the gemini also another thing that concerns me is a groups are broken. Down into race gender identity sexual preference and oppression at the gemini grew teaching which i took time to watch. The entire thing is even more disturbing and this group was hired by the sport because that training talks about oppressors and oppressed that is damaging to every group of children. First of all some group has children are thought of as being shamed for who they are. The others are taught that they are victims without the ability to further themselves and to look at the others as the enemies. We all know that. The doctor king quote that has been shared color skin versus the content of our character. He had a dream. This is a nightmare. It is a nightmare for our children and it needs to end now. The training also by the way divides basically educators and parents because in the training your first appearance as dissenters. We're not dissenters. We are the parents it goes on to say and train educators to tell dissenters that this is simply the way we are going to educate your children. They're our children. We are the ones that have the moral authority over. Their education will not be marginalized. The board's job is to represent the stakeholders when i looked at that screen up there. The stakeholders that were consulted before this policy was implemented does not list parents. Neither does the advisory committee we are the stakeholders and we need to be included in this. Let me end by this. The job of the board education right now. According to state proficiency tests only fifty nine percent of douglas county students are proficient in reading only forty eight percent proficient in math. That is the job of the school. The teaching morality teaching's kind. We continue to be kind. The rest of it belongs to the parents not to social engineering in the schools. Thank you leave. Flora calling little children oppresses and parents dissenters. She spoke up have you. Now's the time i'm sebastian goalkeeper heading a swivel. Watch your sex hold the line. Never give up giving be like devil uproarious but stay frosty too..

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"board education" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Happy Friday. I'm Ross. Thanks so much for being here. I let me just do one quick, sort of good news story. We don't get a lot of good news out of a Colorado legislature that is dominated by leftists in a state that has dominated By leftist but we had some good news yesterday There was a bill in the state House of Representatives. It was it was house Bill 12 95, it's key sponsor in the house with state. Rep. Jennifer Bacon. Who I believe has some tie to teachers, unions herself and on the state Senate side There was one sponsor name was state senator Thinker. First Name's Tammy Story, and this is a really disgusting, reprehensible piece of bleep of a bill. That is designed to kill charter schools again. How's Bill 12 95 and and Here's the Here's what it says. Under current law, an entity may appeal the decision by a district Board of Education, a local school board. Concerning a charter school to the State Board of Education, and the State Board reviews the decision to determine whether it was contrary to the best interests of the students, the school district or the community. So what this bill would have done? Was that it would have said that if somebody wants to appeal a decision against The creation of a new charter school or the extension of a charter. Is a little complicated, but if someone wanted to bring a challenge To try so that this person could try toe end a charter school or prevent one from being From being created. This bill would have created a presumption in favor of The local school boards. Determination is complicated in favor of the local school board's ruling against a charter school. I hope I'm not screwing all this up. Here's the idea. You will often get local school boards that are owned by teachers unions. Denver public schools, for example, they rule against charter schools. This just happened. The decision goes to the State Board of Education, which overturns the local board and says no, you've got to allow this charter school. It's good for the kids with this bill would have done was what it's basically said that the State board education would, in most circumstances have to assume that the local board of Education's decision was fine. They have to go along with local board The local board's decision as long as the local board could Argue. That it made its decision based on the school district's financial considerations or student enrollment among schools the district, so in other words, this local school board could say if we open this charter school than some other school might have fewer kids and therefore we're going to reject the charter school, even though that charter school would be great for so many kids. This died in a house committee yesterday to Democrats voted to kill it. Thank you to those two Democrats. I don't have their names in front of me. But the first little bit of good news and I just want to say anybody who ever supported this bill should be ashamed of themselves and run out of government will be right back with burgers. Here's.

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"board education" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"board education" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"It is it is. What day is it? Is this Wednesday already? It's Trump Day. Morning ritual. Garrett Lewis can s t e a m 7 92 sons most stimulating talk. Of course, there are three things I think you need to know. Brought you by strong will plumbing Aaron Solar. The good old number one just like that less than 24 hours. Now, all of a sudden it's being reported. That Republican state rep here in Arizona. Regina Cobb says the paragraph in the education budget bill giving school boards the legal power to mask up your kids. The staff whenever they want for any reason for however long they want that's going to be removed and replaced. With a prohibition on school district's imposing mass mandates like how does this happen? Like? How do you go from one extreme to the other? We're gonna talk to state Senator Michelle you gently. Rita, who brought this all to light yesterday at 705 this morning, talked to her about that second thing. That I think you need to know what other thing they're talking about, according to a reporter named Nate Brown. Is House House Republicans in the state Legislature. Um, they are talking about amending the education budget Bill. The band schools from requiring students. From getting the cove ID shot, which is another big, big deal. Another big deal. Third thing that I think you need to know. Because it's always the police officer's fault, Right? It's always the polices fault live reports yesterday. Or was it around the year anniversary for George Floyd isn't a year George Floyd Memorial Square. Where they have a big giant memorial set up and everything else all the fake news reporters setting up doing stuff. And then next thing you know, gunshots ring out everywhere and they were not fired by police. Shocking, right. We'll get to all that three things. That I think you need to know. I mean, that was you like that one, don't you? You like I don't know anyone was hurt or killed. I have no idea. Didn't know. Report to that. What do you what? It's a bad thing that you're saying that gunshots are ringing out. Maybe think of it. L I unveil ice analyze. Thanks. Gunshots ring out like a bell. I've got my nine All I heard what you heard was shells. Yeah. Yeah s so bad. We're laughing about this, but it's just not us. Okay? But you know nothing wrong with this. We're gonna talk about that later on this hour as well as now. Apparently, uh, there's almost a Chazz type occupation going on in Austin, Texas. These homeless people camping out? Yes, I'm telling liberals in charge Democrats in charge. This is what you get. You have Democrats, homeless people just on the prowl, taking over City Hall there in Austin and these people are insane. There. Lived there literally insane. Okay, so we have We have that, however, that this is Ah, Big deal. So this This reporter for the Arizona Capital Times. He's the House reporter. So he reports on everything going on in the House. And and he he literally tweeted last night. The House. GOP caucuses still going Cobb, meaning state. Rep. Regina Cobb. Said A paragraph in the K through 12 budget bill that gives school boards control over the weather over whether or not require masks will be removed and replaced by a prohibition on school district's imposing mask mandates. So how does it go from one to the other? Is it Senate leadership? I was told that leadership and that's by the way, the top two in the Senate Yes. Repeat after me, Karen Fan. And Vince Leech. They and the governor all supported that. Now, all of a sudden, I guess the house members like none of this isn't happening. Not happening. On. Then it's reported that deuce of her team member state. Rep. Jon Kavanaugh. You need to be replaced. Two says the prohibition on mandates need to cover guest too, And he makes sense. You're not just students, because look what happened last week at the Scottsdale or two weeks ago. Whatever it was, it was last week, Scott still unified School District board meeting. Where parents showed up to talk about critical race theory, and the board ended the meeting because the parents didn't wanna wear masks. So they can't They want to make sure you don't do it. You know you're not forced to wear masks, and that's That's video. So in like, less than 24 hours, everything I mean, honestly was probably 12 hours. I mean, that was written in the budget on it was there but Michelle, you gently. Rita made it public in about seven o'clock A m. Yesterday, seven or eight o'clock And then at about seven o'clock last night was when this was this information was put out by this reporter. So I listen. Nothing is Etched in stone. Nothing has been voted upon yet. I mean, do see might see this and say no, I don't want that. I want local control where I know there's a bunch of liberal maniacs. I can totally take advantage and mask up your kids get I Do you see? Is a flipping nutjob again. Where is Doug? Where is Doug? Who's going to file the missing persons report for Doug Ducey. Doug and his teleprompter and camera are missing. Where did they go? Right. Where did they go? What's up with that? By the way, there was already a change dot or call to action petition. To get rid of the paragraph. That that gave local school boards in the budget bill gave local school boards education budget bill the power to mask up your kids and staff for whatever reason for whatever length whenever they want. Already 15,000 people signed it yesterday. It's probably way more today. Right way more today. And by the way, here we go. Oklahoma Senate They do it everywhere else. What the hell's going on here? Oklahoma Senate Just passed. SB 6 58. This came out yesterday. It bans vaccine passports and mask mandates for all schools and colleges. And yet you have the science deny her doctor Rob Robin's whose schools making money hand over fist cause all this covert stuff. Um, he and you know, the worst doctor in in Tucson. That would be Dr Richard Carmona. You know, I told him he didn't deny it that I know more about covert than he does. S o it, But it's true. It's true by people of the beer club coming to me last week like I can't believe you said that. And they said, But the crazy thing was when he didn't say no, That's not true. He's like well, so Oklahoma is now the latest. So you're starting to see all these states at least the red states banning the vaccine passports. Now you're in New York. You're in California. Good luck, You know, have fun living in Kami Ville. Um But you have Alabama you have Florida to Santa's band. The vaccine passports where a Texas Iowa Uh, nice Oklahoma, and I'm sure the governor of Oklahoma is going to sign this. He ended the Koven emergency. He added restrictions back in March into the emergency weeks ago, Eh? So I'm sure he's gonna be with it. Amazing How a guy like that that Governor Oklahoma doesn't get Um, the same notoriety as deuce of Reduce it for apparently is one of a handful of governors being touted as presidential candidates for 2024. I know it's true, though it's true..

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"board education" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

07:55 min | 2 years ago

"board education" Discussed on The "What's Your Revolution?" Show with Dr. Charles Corprew"

"Is detrimental in. That's why i. Now that's why. I'm so in bashing about what i do. Now to make sure that young people see you can be a little bit different but still have an impact. You'll have to conform. Conformity doesn't necessarily mean. You're doing the right thing either. You know. I want my young young students in the young men and young young girls at sometimes that we mentor to know that. Listen don't into certain sow full. You know we come from similar backgrounds. You know so. No doubt rhythm doctor jack now associate professor program coordinator for justice. Studies a winston. Salem state university. Dear brother is a pleasure to have you on the show. What's your revolution maria. Lucien is the undying on undeniable. Unwavering energy motivation. I have to ensure that criminal injustice system we live in today is is demolished. Rebranded however you want to phrase it whatever's your catch phrase to ensure that our communities are are viable successful and that our young people realize that education is not so nerdy whiting education. Listen are kings and queens and africa. Were incredibly brave. You understand history. You know being smart and being educated is is not is not a selo way so my revolution is the to continue to work hard and tirelessly in our communities to ensure that everyone has an opportunity forget equality that oftentimes we discuss you know. Equity is what hurts us quite often you. You know we can still go to college but equity says we may not be able to afford it and we may not have government assistance because certain individuals feel that we should have to pay for it. 'cause it's a privilege not a right. So that's what i fight for. That is my revolution revolution. Is that as long as i'm breathing. I'm gonna fight against injustice brother and my own age. god will. i'm gonna be rolling down and you know i'm like you man. I cycle brown trying to stay healthy by. So yes that's my revolution revolutions. The combination of things but at the very base of it is ensuring that equitable across the board education healthcare food deserts and just having the opportunity for us to be able to enjoy what we've contributed since the founding of this country's who deborah especially that last part when you talk about to be able to enjoy the fruits right. The backs that that this country has been built upon for us to be able to walk safely and lovingly in our communities to to be able to see. That's my home. That i purchased eight and we talk about this at camelback venture where i work to be able to have livable communities. Where as i said walking down the street with family members going to schools that actually uplift and support and amplify our students our children's ability to grow into right images of ourself so as young men as they become as we begin to even amplify an increase right omega. They get to see good omega men doing the work in the community because we have been able to buy into. And i say buy into that. We've been able to really move into the spaces that allow us to feel safe in who we are as people and i wanna move back. Dr jack is because you talk about this you know early on is that many of the inequities that hold us back. Have held us back. As we've seen have been because of the laws that have been created to hinder to hold us back into incarcerate us as a people and the us as men. Why has your. Why has your work really begun there. Why is that. Why is that your mantle. quite frankly. Because i'm i'm the perfect case study because i've endured experienced it in witnessed it you know from from i guess arguably from a victim standpoint and i say victim in a sense that we never really had an opportunity. Yes some on. The other side will say well you went to school. You're gonna make better choices. Okay yes i agree totally but systemically and institutionally you know we had no full we on public assistance. We had to struggle and some of the issues that we see our communities of often times. These young people don't have an out you know my focal point and you're gonna laugh at this man you can appreciate it. I ultimately newark and go to college or wanted to go to college because of then the cosby show of then the different world of dead finally school days and what it showed you know when you look at a lot of what i do is popular culture. What i look at you know whereas when you have these positive representations of our community people strive for better you know you can ask or i'm not a psychologist but you can ask all the clinical folks it just all the literature supports you. Know how these images manifest in one's mind so for me it's always been imperative that we deal with these inequities and as a kid in a housing projects of brooklyn when a social worker. Who was farley dressed by the way short brother. Because i used to be a social worker to you and i was like who. Is this man enduring these because who get into some real dudes about projects. He will come and see my grandmother. Ed talked to her. And she'd be all tickled qassim scott smith with him but you know he is laid out understood why he was there. Obviously but it was like its institutional institutional racism and systemic racism. You talk about the criminal justice system into laws. Think about it. From the slave patrols to jim crow from jim crow to to the sixties movements civil rights and otherwise from the sixties today eighties to crack epidemic after the heroine epidemic from the sixties. From dan you get all these endemic drugs and then you get stop and frisk and dan. You get the new. Jim crow and we go from a system where the criminal justice system into eighties. You know it's numbers we're nowhere near. We're in number one in the world in incarceration rates. We incarcerate more people their world countries. And that's an embarrassment you know when other countries deal with criminality differently and it's more holistic. It's more ingrained in addressing aetiology of it because we would be like i'm always operated under the watch you know criminologists by training..

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