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California opens 2 new mass vaccination site, including Cal State Los Angeles
"California opened two new mass vaccination sites with help from the federal government, part of a goal to open 100 sites and 100 days nationwide. KQED is Leslie MMA clerk explains parking lots on the Cal State University campus in Los Angeles and the Oakland Alameda Coliseum. Are now filled with trailers and tents. Both sides have the capacity to vaccinate up to 6000 people per day through both drive through and walk up appointments. However, Governor Gavin Newsom said only about half that many doses are on tap supplies. The issue That's the constraint. Two of the state's other large back sites, Mosconi Center and Dodger Stadium had to temporarily close recently when supply dwindled Yet the governor says it still makes sense to expand infrastructure. He wants the state to be ready when the spigot of supply starts flowing. The state has administered about six million vaccines so far for the
Fresh update on "cal state university" discussed on Forum
"One of the topics from 1 to 2 this afternoon after hearing now on KQED. Welcome to forum. Welcome back to Forum. I'm Brian what We are talking about the new state Wildfire plan Whether it goes far enough and impressive panel of experts to talk to us, including Julie Cart of Cal matters, Don Hankins of Cal State University, Chico and Craig Clement's professor of meteorology at San Jose State University. We also want to hear from you. You can call us now with your questions or things that are on your mind about wildfires. 86673367868667336786. We've actually got a comment that I, you know, I kind of want to, uh, take to Craig Clements. But let me let me read the comment who some wants to know if there is any satellite technology that can detect wild fire smoke in the early stages of a potential and deadly fire. Craig Clements. I think you know a thing or two about technology that we might be using this fire season. Yes. So there are a lot of different technologies that are satellite based. One is different. Imagers can see smoke, but for early detection of wildfire, we usually use the infrared imagery so we could detect the heat source and it's getting better and better. S Oh, yeah, that's that's a data set that is integrated into all the new tools that Cal fire has adapted to our adopted. Excuse me, and they're using this latest technology into their forecasting system. And a lot of that has operational satellite detection. So yes, it's available and we're actually using some satellite data for fuel moisture so we could look at fire dangers. Well, let's actually take a call. We've got Nancy and most Alphas, Can we hear your question? Yes, Thank you. I'm terrified of wild player and it seems like a lot of the fires last year were involved power lines. So I'm wondering what the plans are for rolling blackouts and I know it takes a lot of courage to enact them and people hate them, but they seem necessary. It. Rolling blackouts is something we definitely have lived through in these past few fire seasons. Julie Cart is Are you aware of sort of like what? We should expect this go around when it comes to rolling blackouts. It's Z Black Arts are not new, their new across the state. But San Diego's utility provider has been doing this for a number of years. It Z hard to believe, but it's a safety effort. It's a power safety. Shut off, so when when there's high winds or fire danger, High fire danger Severe fire danger. They pre at pro preemptively turn off the power supply to these poles and lines and that's intended to prevent choirs. Um, the effort from the state before we That point has been requiring the utilities to clear a path around their equipment and around the lines and that's been undergoing for a couple of years. The new thing for the last couple of years is that that these plans have been presented To the state. The state looks at them. There's now new conditions and even within Cal fire on the plans are analyzed and have to be approved by the Public Utilities Commission. So we will have more power safety shut offs that is now on a standard operating procedure. The emphasis, however, just just like what the budget is trying to spend the money ahead of time, prevent the fire from starting from this equipment by a number of ways, and one is clearing material away from the men. And the other is to spend a lot of money to upgrade equipment. So yeah, we're all afraid of fires and 92% of the fires in the state are caused by people and a large percentage of that now, as we know come from utilities, so that's not going to go away. But.
Ethnic Studies: Born in the Bay Area From History's Biggest Student Strike
"Legislation earlier this summer that would require all incoming freshman at Cal State universities to taken ethnic studies class listener. Michael Variety asked our Bay curious team this question I've heard that there was actually a revolution in the Bay Area for an ethnic studies field. Is this true? And how did it happen? The short answer. Yes, it's true. Reporter assault A sonnet. Poor tells us how it went down during the longest student strike in US history. It was November of 1968. The US was 13 years into the Vietnam War. American soldiers hiking their way through the sweaty jungles of South Vietnam, searching for enemy Martin Luther King had been assassinated earlier that year, and the Black Panther Party demanded systemic change for black communities plagued by poverty and police brutality. That's what black students at San Francisco State wanted to bury. Proves to be a member ofthe last. This is Nesbitt Crutchfield. He started studying at San Francisco State in 1967 and soon joined the black student union. It was the very 1st 1 in the country. It was very clear to me that Black soon Union representative. Very progressive. Among black spoons at state among black students in the very but just a small percentage of black students went to SF State admission rates for minority students had dwindled down to just 4%. Even those 70% of students in the SF Unified School District for from minority backgrounds is a black person you expected for all intensive purposes. To be one of the very few black people in whatever classroom laboratory auditorium. The U. N was overwhelmingly white. Amidst that whiteness black students were hungry to study their own history. The black student union had been pushing the university to create a black studies department for nearly three years. But administrators resisted the idea. was an era of young people asking questions and want to transform their communities. Jason Ferreira is a professor in the Department of Race and Resistance at San Francisco State College of ethnic studies. And that impulse that That hunger to transform one's communities is actually what forms the basis of ethnic studies. It's around this time that Penny no. Okatsu was grappling with her own questions about race and identity. We want Asian Americans, then we were Orientals. An Oriental is a term that was imposed on us by the largest society, so starting to use the term Asian American was a way of taking back er. Our own destiny. Henny became a member of a student organization called the Asian American Political Alliance. It was just one of many ethnic student organizations popping up on campus and an early fall of 1968. These organizations banded together in formed a coalition, the Third World Liberation Front. And at that particular time, third world referred to the Non Aligned Countries are cultures in Asia, Africa and Latin America. It was synonymous with how we might use people of color today. English professor and Black Panther. George Murray was one of San Francisco state's most influential anti Vietnam organizers. Students loved Murray, but his outspoken politics didn't sit well with us of state administrators. The war in Vietnam is racist. That is the law that crackers like Johnson are using black soldiers and poor white soldiers of Mexican soldiers as dupes and fools to fight against people of color. In Vietnam. The board of trustees fired Murray over Comment like this one on November 1st 1968 5 days later, the black student union and the Third World Liberation Front joined together and went on strength in aspic, Crutchfield says Despite coming from different backgrounds, the strikers had a clear goal. I wanted to find out and be educated about ourselves, and we could not get that the nobody getting educated Initially, strikers did things like cherry bombs in toilets and check out tons of books at once in order to overwhelm the school's library system, But almost immediately, administrators invited police on campus. Jason Ferreira says they swarmed the school armed with five foot batons. Students responded by throwing rocks and cursing out the police. Police came down heavy hard, and they just began cracking skulls Strikers carried on anyway. Penny No. Okatsu was protesting on January 23rd 1969. In what many call the mass bust. Two lines of police came up and basically surrounded the over 500 people who were there for the rally and tracked all of the individuals who are part with that net police charged at students, Penny says it was one of the bloodiest and most frightening days of the entire strike. That was a military movement, literally a practice orchestrated military movement. Hundreds were arrested. Virtually all of the individuals arrested head Tio spend some jail time. There are real consequences to having participated in that event. It's up two more months. But eventually in March, administrators and strikers negotiated a deal after five months of protesting the school agreed to many striker demands. They promised to accept virtually all non white applicants for fall of 1969 and they agreed to establish a college of ethnic studies, the first in the country. Class is about communities of color. Ethnic studies is a way of embracing all of the cultures that make up not just this country, but with the world. And if we don't understand each other, how we're going to get along. I'm a solace on before the news For more details
"cal state university" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Weekend joepags Brian filling in last round of can you beat my price? Again this morning, I paid four fifty nine in what I guess we'll call it. We'll call it Northridge, California. And you know, the new the new the new Star Trek the new round of Star Trek. The the federation headquarters is the library. Cal State university. Northridge did he has? No, that's that's there's CGI around. But that's the federation the library. Also, the engine room of the enterprise is the Budweiser brewery off the four oh five. So that's that's how Hollywood works. And if anyone if you all know, the iconic slanted rocks veteran like Westworld Star Trek famous Star Trek episode where Kirk fought the lizard guy. All that. That's I I live. What what did you say? We live ten miles away from that Raskin's rocks. It's pretty cool. But my daughter dressed up as Harry Potter for for her mining last year for Halloween, so I took her mind to the alien planet. So we had a mash up where my knee was fighting the Gorn. All right. So let's go like this. Let's go North Carolina. I Mike and North Carolina. So I I don't have the map. I don't know what your state taxes are. So let's talk about the total total amount. So aiding eighty-seven. Yeah, we pay to forty one. When we go home up the right, Pat Day. Get over the North Carolina border. It's not unusual at a buck ninety eight in in North Carolina. The buck ninety eight no, no, no. When you leave North Carolina going north you cross the border going into for Jinya. Yeah. It's not unusual. See a buck ninety eight. Really? Yeah. What are they doing? Right. That's where all the other all government. We're all federal government workers upset of DC and stuff. I know. I guess retired is one I know what you're talking about one ninety eight. Yeah. What I really wanted to tell you. We were in Dayton, Ohio when they had the seventy fifth anniversary of the do little rate. Oh, yeah. And they had I think they had about twenty three twenty four twenty five fly into Wright. Patterson? They did. And you know, they used to do the yearly drink with the goblet. Yeah. Survivors survivors. Yeah. I think they were down to three at the time in two thousand twelve and then they took off and flew over formation, Dayton and the Wright Patterson air force base. It was phenomenal. It must have been an amazing sound never here anymore. Well, you don't you don't realize how big that plane was in one of the other things about that raid was they prayed for bad weather, because what they had to do people don't think about this when that battle when that aircraft carrier went down the wave. They took off on the upswing throw the plane off the aircraft carrier that famous footage. Yeah. And by the way, the the the successor to the B two which believe it or not is thirty years old is going to be the b twenty one raider. And it was it was named to honor the Doolittle raiders. Yeah. Yeah. So cool. And by the way, keeping suburban weakest Saul brand new t-boned by mid size SUV, the people in the burbs walked away, the EMS was around the mid size SUV, that's part of the reason that that we we have a big car as my wife was four months pregnant, and I had her drive Dodge Ram twenty five hundred pickup. And she got sure enough she got rear ended and the the other guy would not so hot. But she did fine. And and and five months later, she shot a shot a pretty incredible kid out of there. There you go. I I also Dr full-sized Raymond by thing is if it's the back of the truck, I don't wanna ride. Yeah. All right. Mike, North Carolina. Thanks for the call. So so credible. Witnesses one ninety eight Virginia. I don't I don't know for on Virginia. But all right last chance say oil-rich state. Here's done. Everybody in Louisiana. How you doing? Okay. How are you doing good? What what part of China? I'm in Shreveport. I'm Ben Louisiana. But nearest report. What perished would that be your parents? What's the highest?.
"cal state university" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"Morning, I paid four fifty nine in what I guess we'll call it. We'll call it Northridge, California. And you know, the new the new the new Star Trek the new round of Star Trek. The the federation headquarters is the library at Cal State university. Northridge did you guys know that that's that's there's CGI around. But that's the federation is ever. Also, the engine room of the enterprise is the Budweiser brewery of the four oh five. So that's that's how Hollywood works. And if anyone if you all know, the iconic slanted rocks veteran like Westworld Star Trek, the famous Star Trek episode where Kirk fought the lizard guy. And all that. That's I live. What what you say? We live about ten miles away from that Redskins rocks. It's pretty cool. But my daughter dressed up Harry Potter for for as her mining last year for Halloween. So I took her mind to the planet. So we had a mash up her mind knee was fighting the Gorn. All right. So let's go like this. Let's go North Carolina. I here's Mike and North Carolina. So I I don't have the map of I don't know what your state taxes are solicits talked about the total total amount. So eighty eighty seven. Yeah, we paid to forty one. When we go home up, the right pack. Dave. Get over the North Carolina border. It's not unusual at a buck ninety in North Carolina's about ninety eight. No, no, no, no. When you leave North Carolina going north and you cross over the border going into for Jinya. Yeah. It's not unusual. See a buck ninety eight. Really? Yeah. What are they doing? Right. That's where all the the government world federal government workers outside of DC and stuff. I guess retarded once I know what you're talking about one ninety eight. Yeah. What I really wanted to tell you. We were in Dayton, Ohio when they had the seventy fifth anniversary of the do little rate. Oh, yeah. And they had I think they had about twenty three twenty four twenty five flying to right Patterson? They did. And you know, they used to do the yearly drink with the goblet. Yeah. Survivors survivors. And I think they were down to three at the time in two thousand twelve and then they took off in flew over formation dating in the right Patterson airforce base. It was phenomenal. That must have been an amazing sound. It's the sound you'd never hear any more. Well, you don't you don't realize how big that plane was in one of the other things about that raid was they prayed for bad weather, because what they had to do people don't think about this when that battle when that aircraft carrier went down the wave. They took off on the upswing throw the play off the aircraft carrier that famous footage. Yeah. And by the way, the the the successor to the B two which believe it or not is thirty years old is going to be the b twenty one raider. And it was it was named to honor the Doolittle raiders. Yeah. Yeah. So cool. And by the way, keeping suburban weakest Saul brand new one get T-Bone by mid size SUV, the people in the verb walked away, the EMS was around the mid size SUV for that part of the reason that that we have a big car as my wife was four months pregnant, and I had her drive Dodge Ram twenty five hundred pickup, and she got she got rear ended and the the other guy would not so hot, but she did fine. And and and five months later, she shutt- he shed a pretty incredible kid there. There you go. I I also Dr full-sized Raymond by thing is back the truck. I don't wanna ride. Yeah. All right. Mike, North Carolina. Thanks for the call. So so credible. Witnesses one ninety eight Regina. I don't I don't know for on Virginia. But all right last chance say oil-rich state. Here's done. Everybody in Louisiana. How you doing? Okay. How are you doing good? What what part of Louisiana in their report. I'm Ben Louisiana nearest report. What perished would have be those your parents. So what's the highest? Can you can buy Louisiana one thirty no ninety three generally get to eighty nine. So in in the gas price, I'm going to share with you is. It's a one of the premium brands, I don't I don't like to purchase off brand so pay to twenty seven. Really of a high end brand if you went share something real quick if you went cheap. What would it be? I don't watch those you don't even look no believe in the attitudes of premium brands clog up your feeling Jeter. And seafoam that right. But I want to share one of the thing with you. If I may I'm wasting too much time with trivia. Ever let your gas and many McCain, I'm not a mechanic Amini mechanic told me this your your literate fuel palm is now and gas in the gas tank, and if you let it go into like you mentioned earlier, it's gonna burn it up and personal experience. My son did that he would dry. I don't run his cheap teams. And eventually burned up his electric pump the gas cools it and keeps it kluber tainted as well. Why heard from another good that has long if your car the second hiccups if you stop it? Yeah. And I don't know, you know, I just know that it gets the electric poem. It's cooling and lubrication from the gasoline. If you let it go dry you're starting to wear it out. It makes sense. Many people don't know that the base every car been over the past twenty years. They'll pay has has to gas pumps one of the five hundred two thousand the expensive one and the cheap one the cheap one is not an attack expensive one is in the day. All right. Thanks for the call. So the winning state is Kentucky to twenty four with an asterisk though. Because according to Mike and North Carolina one ninety eight in Virginia, we can't confirm it by anyone in Virginia. Sure, I could download gas buddy and actually check, but that would require work and I'd fresh out of time. So.
"cal state university" Discussed on Guys We F****d
"And I'm like. Not not fucking. So it's still legal. It's way harder to find clients now with Foshan Susta being removed. So again, like how do the consensual workers advertise when I can't even post the link to my podcast talks about sex, work and Instagram. We'll take it down because it's a dull content God forbid. I'm trafficking myself. Like, this is this these are the effects of Foshan Susta. I can't even get my word out. So this is the loopholes were buried in that Bill. Yeah. Traffic children, right? So it's legal. It's it's dangerous. I'm lucky I'm in a socioeconomic position where I don't have to do work that. I don't feel as worth to me. I have to do work. That's very hard and challenging and stresses me out. But I still request my schedule at the club and Tuesday articles. I wanna write do consulting with folks that I think I can answer their questions give them resource. My worst ever had was working. Let's see which one was the worst one. Probably my worst one was working at a Ralphs grocery store in San Marcos, California next to Cal State university, San Marcos, they treat you like they treated me like shit. So. What was the question? The differences lean the sexy would have for work as an exchange and the sex you up for pleasure. Do you move differently? Oh, obviously, the top is different. What's what's your like your state, if I'm working than its performance give you know, it's for the person who's paying me. I also would like to have a decent time throughout. But if it's with a person that I have other agreements with than those are probably implied or have already been negotiated. So. When so I so that I met my previous partners at the club. When I I had a date with my now partner couple two and a half years ago. After we hooked up for the first time. I told him the next day. I said you're still welcome to visit. But let me know beforehand because you're not really my client anymore. You can tip me when I'm on stage. Of course, I don't feel like I wanna accept money for lap dances from you anymore. Because I mean, we fell in love like overnight. It was. Yeah. We was it wasn't like a slow dating process. So I was just like, wow. Your role in my life, my role in your life has shifted things have changed. So once in a while, I'll tech somebody like it's Lau. If anything is making me, look busy. Okay. And then it's like that whole perceived value or the other. Like or. Yeah. Tv helps the hour. He'll like tip at the stage. The other one's going or he'll bite. He asked me couple of weeks ago. He's by dance from so. And so because maybe I don't like that bitch one of my coworkers wanted by dancers somebody like, no, no, no. He was checking it was. Okay. Make sure like that. Right. Okay. Yeah. Geico, fine. You can give her money. I know get jealous when we're all synonymous we do not access to. You said you had sex with a lady recently, but laying okay? So like is there sex in the champagne room like I know that's like a hack in. But I really don't. I'm very naive about a lot of things. I did a real Christine. I really would like to I won't relate to know. Because I don't wanna ask anything that's not allowed but still work there. So I won't get okay on it. Do whatever you wear where I work there's no sex in the club. Okay. First of all small club would be hard to hide that also kind of rude..
"cal state university" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"All right. We're gonna start the show as we always do. I'm going to ask you to my guests MSL to describe our week of news in only three words Zach Stafford you know, how this goes I I do. All right you. So my three words for this week. Our anger reflective and commitment, and these words all relate to the Jesse small at situation. Quick explanation is Jessie small it reported a hate crime an alleged hate crime in January star star empire made national news because it was by alleged Trump supporters. There was a noose involve racial and homophobic, epithets us, but then as the investigations are kind of unraveled the police are now saying he made it all up and it was a hoax. But I think I picked those three words because you know, what something that's been really common throughout this whole situation is anger, whether anger that hate crimes are happening or anger that people were lying about them. And I think you know, I've been talking about this a lot reporting on it. And I think that anger is good because anger as a secondary emotion. I think. It allows you to see where you're at in the situation, which is where it brings me to the phrase or term reflective because I think the situation where you're how you're responding to. It tells you how you feel about different identity based crimes how you feel about identities. You know lot of the far right is saying, hey victim. Narratives are real look like the leftist is making up things to make us look bad in Jesse found. Guilty would be a great example of that. And we see Jesse potentially lion about this story at a moment in which hate crimes across the country are up get Zeta speaks to this. So clearly so this study that came out from Cal State university, San Bernardino found that hate crimes in America's ten largest cities were.
"cal state university" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Oh, Nathan Apodaca to talk about another name. Can we talk a little bit about that case? Sure. Nieces student at Cal State university, San Marcos, and he's the president of a pro-life group on campus that sought funds for pro-life speaker of the student body has a rule process where they found all organizations all all groups supposedly on equal basis. But as it turns out normally equals, not equal. The pro-life group was denied any funding for speaker. But the gay lesbian groups received over about a quarter of a million dollars in round numbers. Wait, wait, a quarter of a million dollars for speakers, all the other groups combined received in around thirty thousand dollars. And so the groups that are pushing the progressive. Message really two groups received the lion's share the my in. This is my taken from every student in student visas like a tax on public school college campuses. So so what what are you suing for what's the relief, you're seeking for Nathan Apodaca or seeking equality of relief. Our ultimate goal in. These kinds of cases is to end the practice of collecting student fees for for these kinda purposes that they just need to stop there being administered in such on even fashion. That they become nothing more than a propaganda tool for the last and its students of all stripes that are being forced to fund these propaganda machines. Okay. It's so important to get updated on all this stuff. You can find information at our website at Michael Medved dot com. Go to the banner for the alliance defending freedom and call him call them now before the weekend goes any further call with your pledge and again, right now, whatever you give can be doubled. Because there is a generous donor out there who is matching every dollar you give with a dollar of.
"cal state university" Discussed on Ologies
"Allah Giese backpacks and bikinis. You can put all g stuff on your, but you can also support with no coin at all. Just by subscribing you can review or rate you can tweet about it. Tell your dentist, whatever. Also, as you know, I creep Alie read your reviews, and then I prove each week by reading you on this week, fantasy football gal says help. Now I have an al-ajiz addiction guys can't stop with his podcasts and help or don't actually, please don't and leave meet to keep bathing my mind and Allah Giese so nice. So she says she got hooked after listening to the two parter on fear all g which resulted in a four hour long post episode discussion on the topic with my mom herself a psychologist and she says, and because this pod normally drops on Monday. I know actually look forward to everyone's least favorite day of the week. Technically. It drops Monday, nine pm Pacific time I would, depending on where in the world who are. So thank you to everyone who left reviews this week. I read every single one of them. Sometimes they make me cry because I feel so appreciated. So thank you for that. Okay. Now back to select folly and no, it sounds like you're drunk. Cousin had a bunch of scrabble letters in doing her best to convince everyone that it's a triple word score. But really, it's a term, it's a rare one, but it exists. So it comes from the ancient Greek for having the appearance of cartilage nece fish. And what does it mean to means? We're gonna shark spurt in the house, what a shark expert he is. So he's been starting sharks for decades. He's appeared on so many TV shows about sharks. It's absurd and he's been a marine biology professor at Cal State university, Long Beach for twenty years, tall, slim with close cropped hair. And what I imagine is a perennial tan. He greeted. Me this past Sunday today the day. I'm recording this and he showed me around the shark lab. This is a facility of these gurgling seawater tanks and high tech telemetry devices, cameras, and suspended in the rafters as a nod to the past was a vintage, shark shaped submersible. It was amazing. So we sat down in his tidy office and I asked him all kinds of stupid shit. And he answered with affable wisdom. So get ready to deep dive into a world of ancient bad, asses Islas earners behind the scenes movie trivia inside out butts cannibal twins seeming immortality. There see kink surfer intuition, lottery odds, and you're aquatic many toothed new role models during this.
"cal state university" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"For the cal state university system for a cluster higher of up to ten faculty positions well this is getting too deep in the weeds now you get the point white man need not apply baby yeah couple of canada so he can beat the crap out we need a punching bag on campus we need somebody's cardis bray paint and it'd be pushed you down in the hall but only a couple of you we don't want to many president trump grants to full pardons i love this i love this you remember the ranchers that we're doing what's called a controlled burn that's something you need to do out there in the wild wild west it's it's what you do it's how you manage the it's your stewardship of god's plan it that's what you do you burn off certain areas by the way there are seeds and certain plants that they don't hatch and they don't grow into trees or plants or whatever unless fire comes on cracks or shells so that's part of the whole fire phenomenon author anyway but these ranchers were doing it on purpose because they said we own this land and we wanna burn off this vegetation here well gotta lie on a hand and the blaze crept over onto federal land you remember that this was huge when happen is the hammond family i remember when that went down here well trump just granted full pardons to the oregon ranchers who were jailed for a control burn which went over into public land public land by the way more often than not in the west is not were you go out and a picnic lunch no you do that you'll get eaten alive by wolves bears coyotes all of them one we'll get your first and others will come to the rest of what's left over the volkers pick you clean and and that's standard operating procedure out there it's not like you take the family out for picnic and woods and a lot of this land and a lot of this land is owned by the federal government illegally so the white house according to the constitution and we're not supposed to have some type of lamp procurement for federal government there's nothing in there about that at all white house statement tuesday explained dwight lincoln hammond junior and his son steven hammond are multi generation cattle ranchers it's means they've been there since indians were trying to separate them from their wigs yeah and they prevailed persevered and now they've got a really really cool ranch out there who were imprisoned in connection with fire that leaked into a small portion of neighboring public grazing land evidence other trial regarding the hammonds responsibility for the fire was conflicting the jury acquitted them on most chargers they were sentenced to prison and released after serving their time with the obama administration demanded they go back into court where they were sentenced to further time in prison under an antiterrorism law even though there was no evidence presented the ranchers planned or engaged in terrorism in any way this was obama construing that i'm gonna punish these guys i'm gonna make i'm gonna make a lesson out out of everybody example i'm i'm kind of like where you would hang somebody and let them hang from streetlamps that everybody that goes through the town sees and they go oh that's ugly in your requirements i don't wanna wind up like that guy are very very heavy lesson learn do this or you're going to be that that's what they did with these guys this is how hussein obama operated from backgammon about this trump just pardoned him all this is fantastic your face obama you're on the edge.
"cal state university" Discussed on The Young Turks
"A fresno state university professor who had some strong words for barbara bush after she passed away was being threatened by possibly getting fired but it turns out that university officials are not gonna fire her because it turns out that she has something known as first amendment rights it it's crazy it's almost as if the constitution has more than just the second amendment crazy so she's a tenured professor but that is not the reason why she's able to keep her job fresno state is part of the cal state university system in california it is publicly funded meaning that constitutional rights are intact and if university officials fire her they are literally violating her first amendment rights now the university carefully reviewed the facts and consulted with lawyers to determine whether we could take disciplinary action we have concluded that we have concluded that professor gerard did not violate any you or university policies and that she was acting in a private capacity and speaking about public matter on her personal twitter account her comments although disrespectful or disgraceful are protected free speech under the first amendment of the us constitution so it seemed as though the university officials really wanted to make it clear that they did not like the way that she handled the situation they did not like her tweets but even given the fact that they didn't like the tweets they still have no right to fire her so a couple of points here that are important first of all it bothers me that they keep calling it disgraceful and that goes to a much larger point because in america if you are in favour war that kills millions of people not a big deal millions of civilians by the way that's a minor offence on those guys are backing government john bolton now national security.
"cal state university" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"Great hits kind of youtube lamb afraid of having but i wish it had it's it's just gruesome you you don't it doesn't give you a lot of hope for the future of the cal state university system generally speaking can i say something else about about tanya quickly i'm tom talking about cagno on is the thing the the one thing that that someone pointed out recently in an email thread that i was in is the brought back to mind the fact that west had this brief love affair with ben carson who he said was brilliant mind like he saw him and was inspired by him in like made a phone call and had to get on the phone with ben nearly got involved in the campaign had a long conversation and he was wrapping on the phone for ben armstrong was quick to point out the way it was clean wrap wrap on the phone for like they're very they were they were getting close there was a moment there it almost happened and then it totally in someone brought him back from the brink really but i i don't know why anyone would spec that connie west is a quality judge of superior intellectual capability weight is he's just feet right now these are just these are ultra boost adidas ultra boost how much how much consumer materials so winter weasel in the easy line i've got a lot of easy sneakers yeah like his creative his creative output is generally a very high quality incredibly high quality the music has not been so great recently so i'm hoping the next album is phenomenal but i disagree fundamentally with the worldview of most of the people that i listened to if you and i agree politically it is almost certainly true that your music is awful don't wanna listen do you remember last week when conservatives and angry culturally bitter.
"cal state university" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I'll send you the link to the story and you can see the ad we're going to talk about it in about fifteen minutes or so but i say it's i read heard about the story this morning and is the morning been going on and has been just progressively just been more and more aggravating as we sink deeper and deeper into the world of political correctness people being offended fake claims of racism and the light but if you text me the word beauty ut y to four one four seven nine nine one six twenty i will send you a link to the story we'll talk about nicole minutes all right let's start off as we always do three big things story number one revisiting something that we discussed last week barbara bush a by all standards a very classy a great lady passed away at the age of ninety two even if you didn't like barbara bush and there's not too many people that that didn't like barbara bush didn't recognize her as a classy woman he he's dead all right she she's dead so you know most people have the decency to keep their mouths shut about things like that at times of grieving well all right there is a woman thirty nine year old professor at cal state university fresno on her name is rhonda juror and she's an english teacher she teaches creative writing she is part of the lunatic left after barbara bush passes away and maybe you heard about this she takes to twitter and and says quote barbara bush was generous and smart and amazing racist who along with her husband raised a war criminal then she uses a four letter word that i cannot use on the radio outta here with your nice words and then she goes on.
"cal state university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"The intelligence project of the southern poverty law center there are many instances in that data where the person committing the crime the hate crime was specifically inspired by trump they either use trump's name they have trump on their social media feeds there their indications that that the connection is exact the hundred and fifty cases i studied included several violent incidents like one loss february when a man on a scooter ran a gay couple off the road in florida after screaming you live in trump country now or a case in texas where white man yelling this is for trump beat up a latino man heidi says law enforcement agencies collect such inconsistent data on hate crimes we simply don't know how many take place the fbi only reports about six thousand a year the bureau of justice statistics has been clear that there are about two hundred and fifty thousand hate crimes year in the us that research on the federal justice department concedes that people also tend to under report these crimes the department describes these axes physical harm and criminal threats based on race color national origin religion gender sexual orientation gender identity or disability white supremacists like richard spencer david duke rejoiced at the results of the last presidential election to them trump clearly embodied their world view that for america to return to greatness white people would need to maintain their social economic and political power over people of other races for the first time we really saw a successful candidate coalesce extreme white nationalist into a real tangible socio political movement brian levin who heads the center for the study of hate and extremism at cal state university san bernardino spent decades studying trends in hate he has a theory about why so many people who fear a changing america consider the forty fifth president an ally thirty six percent of americans say whites are under attack fourteen percent say whites are under attack and people of color aren't because of demographic political conditions terrorism immigration and when they had an outspoken unusual iconoclastic leader they found it in donald trump i am not saying this will be for historians debate about the presence own state own feelings but what i can tell you is they've been interpreted by and he call us enforce four legions of white nationalists who have been organizing in ways that we haven't seen in decades for.
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"There's a test in front of us right now today yesterday actually but still today there are conservatives and republicans right now from all over the country demanding that a college professor at a public university be fired conservatives and republicans all over the country i've heard him on the radio of on tv i've seen him on on twitter facebook and the internet demanding that cal state university at fresno english professor rhonda jarar be fired why well first lady barbara bush died two days ago she'll be laid to rest this saturday and when news came out the other night that barbara bush had died at the age of ninety two this college professor just so you understand when she learned that barbara bush passed away this english professor at a public university in california she went on a tweet storm and she said a bunch of things she said that she's really happy barbara bush died she called barbara bush a racist who raised a war criminal she called barbara bush the b word it rhymes with witch and she said this college professor did that she cannot wait for the rest of the bush family to die a college professor at a public university in california spewing out all of that ugly vile hatred within moments from finding out that first lady barbara bush died and once that went public what this rhonda gerard this english professor dead and by the way she she continued tweeting today saying you know what i'm tenured i can't be fired i can say whatever i want i'm glad barbara bush died she doubled down today she tweeted out more obscene language about barbara bush today this college professor did and i've heard from so many people on the right that this college professor needs to be fired now the university cal state fresno a public university they came out today and they said what she said the professor was disrespectful they're taking the matter very seriously and they said yes we can fire her even though she has tenure we can fire.
"cal state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Elected officials who used to be the the state's attorney general describe what's going on is the epidemic of gun violence is so far out of the range fan of fact that you have to assume that clearly there's an agenda being advanced to make a statement so clearly demonstrably false and repeat it over and over then obviously and i'm no dummy i of course kamala harris wakes up in the morning with an agenda and she advances it every single day but that's what happened that anyway there was a march for our lives yet nevertheless a cal state university fullerton student apparently survived a frightening fall mma third floor balcony the unidentified nineteen year old was rushed to a hospital shortly before one thirty pm last night it happened at an apartment complex investigators say they do not suspect foul play but they're looking into whether drugs or alcohol played a role thankfully he didn't march but he he's alive so so there's that but that was a big deal here in la yesterday and it dominated the news and the whole thing because every time in los angeles whoever's out marching whether it's a people marching for the right to exist here illegally until they find their their documents or until they find their pants that have the documents in them or whatever it's covered by our local media as if we're watching something significant that's going to actually make a difference and so then we're all told to you know be sufficiently appreciative that the the youngsters are politically engaged i i'm sorry i can't do that and i can't lie and i can't act like i am sitting here nodding my head that i'm in admiration of seventeen year olds who don't understand how the constitutional amendment process happens in accordance with article five of the us constitution by the time i was seventeen i knew that so i'm a little and i'm not gonna shake my fist and say these darn kids and i'm also not going to patronize any kids and say well this articulate at age seventeen i was a state debate champ in the state of washington granted granted not the smartest state but i should point out microsoft boeing amazon and as we say though the though the persons per square mile in washington is far less than most of the other country the.
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"Call money medical the last couple of years there's been a lot of emphasis placed on sourcing stories we've seen a lot more people clued into the sources of information for all of these story i love the way that you and i have breaking news on our show and put together a complete picture of what's going on by vetting those reports and so often people are so eager to get the information out right away deary of shannon can be careful to where it's coming from attending k of on iheartradio season nearby mehemedbasic lord it's gone we shelled two that's where he got an exact were not pay i still active shooter samper in cal state san bernardino you delegation ongoing according to the cal state senator to dino twitter feed the at sea us usb news investigation into shots fired ongoing remained sheltered in place do not attempt to leave campus more information to follow a t about forty minutes ago reports of shots fired near visual arts building in parking structure west all classes tonight had been cancelled nuts that's all we know at this point from the i e all right and for people that have never been to cal state university are cal state does san bernardino i'll tell you where it is if if you you want like a visual it's off the to fifteen freeway and it's just east of the 10 free way between the two 10 free way and the 18 if you're familiar with lake arrowhead or big bear that's the road the the long winding road you take up to a crest line yup twin peaks lake arrowhead sky force big bear the whole run on fire on the 215 freeway just north of the 210 at first exit at university parkway right bo that's about a mile off two freeway right and it's beautiful it's up in the hills and in it really is fantastic university doesn't get enough recognition for how beautiful the campuses and so if you're headed there um you may want to turn around i'm sure they're going to lock the campus off if it's not already been locked off and we will have any updates for you uh when they become available so i keep listening to kfi and we will have the details where.
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"He could have solved this without lunging at her especially with so much security around and but that's that's the way it went down what are you going to do i you know it's just it's too bad that these kids at these colleges are so sensitive that they can't hear anybody else's point of view they they are not capable of listening to a different viewpoint because i guess they been allowed not to your different viewpoints their whole lives and they want that to continue and it's not going to forum also black lives matter is organizing black christmas what it what is black christmas well that's when black people only frequent black businesses i don't i wouldn't even know donate what business is run operated by black people and what businesses from white people i don't know do you have any idea there is no reason for me to know because i don't care if you have a product that i'm looking for and it's for sale and it's at a reasonable price i'm going to go in and buy it i don't care if you're a black owned business or white owned business but they're trying to make that distinction dr molina abdulah who is a professor at cal state university she's calling for black shoppers to only spend their money at black owned businesses and the point is to divest from white corporations and white capitalism how is that not racist is that okay the movement is called black christmas and it aims to end white business on its catchy is black christmas assist unbelievable.
"cal state university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"In the cal state university system are adjusting to a big change officials decided last week to get rid of placement tests n remedial courses for incoming freshman now many faculty members are rushing back calling the decision just an effort to graduate kids more quickly and to make the csu system look good kqed's and attend tackle this is with me now anna why did the csu wanna get rid of these courses in the first place well there is now wanting evidence that fine csu placement tests and remedial classes are not effective and so too many students are languishing in a system they're taking too long to graduate or they just get frustrated altogether because they have to take too many of these classes and drop out so just to point out roughly if forty percent of incoming freshmen have to take the as your media classes every year and that's because even though they've been accepted to chelsea campus they still falls short academically but these remedial classes are non credit classes meaning they don't count toward your degrees say you have to take the classes first in order to move on to regular classes so pretty much everyone agrees something needs to change and speak has t many students are wasting their time their money or really their potential okay in his doing away with the courses altogether gonna help the kids who need to get up the college level work like if they're behind so university officials in some education advocacy groups do you believe this is the way to go but what they wanna deal is offer more what's called stretch classes so now these are regular classes students can take on day one but.
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"First news koa newsradio time is four thirty police in the philippine say thirty seven people are dead and dozens more injured after a man armed with an assault rifle barged into the resorts world manila casino police say the government filled the backpack which esino chips and set fire to gaming tables metro manila police chief oscar all by a day says the motive appears to have been robbery and set of terrorism he said that response probably he's bringing the team pencil lumps in most probably he eagled the shots of the lead the suspect was found dead at a neighboring hotel in an apparent suicide president trump's decision to leave the paris climate accord could revert very well beyond politics and california warmer ocean waters have disrupted sharks migration patterns allowing them to linger off the coast of waters warm shallow there's not a lot of predators and then there's lots of cal state university professor chris lowe our next update at five o'clock rod dawson koa news radio 850 am and ninety four one fm the road work this going to end it for what the drive this morning find getting around for leasing.