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"census dot" Discussed on The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast

The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on The Evidence-to-Impact Collaborative Podcast

"Representation relative size but different racial ethnic population and diversity of maximized when all groups representing in the area and they have equal shares population for twenty twenty. We'll use New measures new kind of us new measures of racing that diversity and i was a part of a working group but sort of put this together. The working group includes subject matter experts and racing that necessity demography and data visualization. So in august we really several diversity measures that we developed through research and also through claver discussions with the working group as well as consultants and external experts advisers. Actually one of the experts. So you're out to to get some advice about different diversity measures john. Iceland is a distinguished professor sociology and demography penn state. He advises about different summary measures. We could use and raven mentioned. We ended up using the diversity index. And that's not a new measure. That's something that's been used by social scientists for decades but we found it to be a very important measure and then tells us the probability or the chance to people chosen at random will be from a different racial ethnic group so twenty twenty at the national level. There's a sixty one point one percent chance. The two people chosen at random were from different race than this and he and this is higher than what we signed. Twenty ten when the diversity index Score was fifty four point nine percent in august of this year at least redistricting data and this was the first time that we'd released any data from the twentieth senses on race ethnicity. We produced several data visualizations and one that focuses on racial and ethnic diversity for this out several different diversity measures but the national state and county levels definitely encourage our listeners. I'm interested in recent necessity and adversity to the census dot gov and the clicked under visualizations. They should be able to find these pretty easily. The really underscores how improving the coverage of hard reach and minority populations in the census has major equity repercussions as we think about allocating those billions of dollars and seats in the house of representatives right for representation. The vital work and really important to this conversation is what is the complexity behind non-response of the decisions by individuals or families to not respond or were not able to get to them for other reasons. Eric of thoughts on that. That's really the question. So the cure conducted research prior to two thousand to understand why people do and don't fill out their census forms so this is called the census barriers attitudes and motivations that he or c-band results. So it's an interesting things so some of the barriers to responding. Why people said they weren't gonna fill out there for her. Might not forum was one being unfamiliar with the census is and how it is concerns about data privacy that was one off of fear of repercussions so especially for the foreign born population. Something happening if they fill out the census and another one was distrust and all levels of government. Then finally thinking that it didn't benefit them personally. So these were the main themes that we saw in that seabound study. This study was conducted before two thousand nine which means that happened before kobe..

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"census dot" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

Feminist Utopia

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Feminist Utopia

"If you are in that time of life that you need to keep track of these things or not somebody else who is highly recommend checking that out and we'll have the link in the show notes but if you want to learn about self-managed abortions and how do it safely that's a great resource and i strongly suggest you read the book. The history of jane which is about the gen collective in chicago that provided safe abortions in the sixties and the whole point was that we wouldn't be having this conversation that we're having now and yet here we are and so. My final call to action. Is a meadow called action. Because nothing's going to change in texas. It's not going to be saved by the fifth circuit court. It's not to be saved by scotus. It's going to take voters and georgia turned around mean. I'm gonna i. I like data. So i looked up. These numbers on on census dot gov in two thousand sixteen texas had seventy eight point. Two one percent of the Voter people that are eligible to vote by age. Okay registered to vote great number. Georgia only had sixty two percent and they had a purge in two thousand seventeen. And that's when stacey. Abrams started working on this stuff. And in that time between two thousand sixteen twenty twenty in twenty twenty texas which had also had voter drives had seventy eight point. Five one so three-tenths. They went up three tenths. Georgia went up to ninety two percent. That is pretty amazing. That is pretty amazing. So so I'm a big big believer in voter rights and and very involved with black voters matter who just moved into texas and they stayed out again. Texas exceptionalism gotta tell you it was hard to find organizations that we're going to work with them and they they are they. Black voters matter prides themselves on being grassroots driven and reaching rural voters especially getting people registered to vote in texas. So if you want to be involved in that and you don't live in texas. I still send out. I still text bank. I text bank through movement labs. I text bank through black voters matter. You can register at their website. You can write letters. Says write letters. Vote for vote forward and they're working really hard in texas and that's going to be the key to changing texas. I know a lot of people are like. Oh it's gerrymandered and it's voter suppression and gerrymandered doesn't matter as much in statewide elections the voter suppression does and what they had to do. In georgia to change things was overwhelming because voter suppression isn't like we're just going to keep twenty percent of the people from voting. That would be too obvious voter. Suppression is a point here point there and so the point is to overwhelm them. Yeah i mean it's closing apologize location. Here it's banned drive thru voting. It's banning twenty four hour voting. It's what they're doing georgia. They've created these new vote. We'll talk more about it but new voter. Id requirements and then they closed a lot of Motor vehicle department motor vehicle office same time in in the black belt. What's known as the black belt. So i it's it's key to it and in before anybody goes well look.

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"census dot" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"What his handlers tell him to be. In the speech, Mr Biden embraced deception the way my corgi consumes dinner. Ferociously. Let's run it down. The overarching Biden point is that the U. S tax code is crooked and rich white guys benefit most. Okay, So why doesn't the president called for a flat tax? We're all corporate and private loopholes are banished and taxation is based on a percentage of gross income and profits. The more you are in, the more you pay with reasonable cap, so companies and private citizens are not punished for success. I'll tell you why Joe Biden doesn't do that. First, his home state of Delaware is the Shangri la of corporate tax loopholes, and Biden protects that. And secondly, a flat tax is fair to working Americans. So the progressives Would lose their grievance card. Now back to the speech. The president began his deception by saying, this quote. Here's a simple truth. For a long time. This economy has worked great for those at the very top. While ordinary hard working Americans have been basically cut out of the deal, unquote But that statement is misleading. Six years ago. The median household income in the USA was $56,000 516, according to census dot gov Now It's close to 68,000. That's a colossal jump. Especially because inflation was not a factor in the trump economy. Minority workers also benefited under President Trump in 2019, the smallest gap in history between black white unemployment rates prove that But Joe Biden is unfazed by facts. He sees his job as telling Americans They're getting screwed by greedy white men quote. The fact is our economy faced challenges long before the pandemic. Working people were struggling to make it long before The virus showed up, said the president. Struggling The fact is, Americans have one of the highest living standards in the world. Couple with the most opportunity anywhere on the planet. That's because of capitalism. But that's not enough for Joe Biden. He wants the federal government in charge of distributing wealth, not the private sector. His giveaways in the so called infrastructure bill are endless, with the goal of creating dependency on Washington. In response to Biden's massive spending proposal. Even some liberal economists are worried. Says professor and Gregory Man Cow who teaches at Harvard quote. Compassion is a virtue, but so is respect. For those who are talented, hardworking and successful. The entire $3.5 trillion package is too big and too risky on quote. But all Joe doesn't care about that. He wants..

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"census dot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Reilly update Message of the day. The following commentary deals with the deception. At the presidential level. Now, you may remember last week President Biden read the TelePrompTer for a few minutes touting his $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill. Even though the smart money knows this is a flat out socialist scheme. The And he loudly proclaimed quote. I'm a capitalist. Well, we all know Hunter Biden is a crony capitalists. But Dad, here's the truth. Joe Biden is What his handlers tell him to be. In the speech, Mr Biden embraced deception the way my corgi consumes dinner. Ferociously. Let's run it down. The overarching Biden point is that the U. S tax code is crooked and rich white guys benefit most. Okay, So why doesn't the president called for a flat tax? We're all corporate and private loopholes are banished. And taxation is based on a percentage of gross income in profits. The more you are and the more you pay with reasonable cap, so companies and private citizens are not punished for success. I'll tell you why Joe Biden doesn't do that. First. His home state of Delaware is the Shangri La of corporate tax loopholes, and Biden protects that. And secondly, a flat tax is fair to working Americans so the progressives would lose their grievance card now back to the speech. The president began his deception by saying, this quote here is a simple truth. For a long time. This economy has worked great for those at the very top. While ordinary hard working Americans have been basically cut out of the deal, unquote But that statement is misleading. Six years ago. The median household income in the USA was $56,000 516, according to census dot gov. Now it's close to 68,000. That's a colossal jump. Especially because inflation was not a factor in the trump economy. Minority workers also benefited under President Trump in 2019, the smallest gap in history between black white unemployment rates prove that, but Joe Biden is unfazed by facts. He says his job as telling Americans they're getting screwed by greedy white men quote. The fact is our economy faced challenges long before the pandemic working people were struggling to make it long before the virus showed up, said the president. Struggling. The fact is, Americans have one of the highest living standards in the world couple with the most opportunity anywhere on the planet. That's because of capitalism. But that's not enough for Joe Biden. He wants the federal government in charge of distributing wealth, not the private sector. His giveaways and so called infrastructure bill are endless, with the goal of creating dependency on Washington. In response to Biden's massive spending proposal. Even some liberal economists are worried. Says Professor and Gregory Man cow who teaches at Harvard Quote. Compassion is a virtue, but so is respect. For those who are talented, hardworking and successful. The entire $3.5 trillion package is too big and too risky on quote. But all Joe doesn't care about that. He.

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"census dot" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"The following commentary deals with deception at the presidential level. Now you may remember last week. President biden read the teleprompter for a few minutes touting his three point five trillion dollar infrastructure bill even though the smart money knows. This is a flat-out socialist scheme. The president says it is not and he loudly proclaimed quote. I'm a capitalist. Well we all know. Hunter biden is a crony capitalist. But dad here's the truth. Joe biden is what his handlers. Tell him to be in the speech. Mr biden embraced deception. The way my corgi consumes dinner ferociously. Let's run it down. The overarching biden. Point is that the. Us tax code is crooked and rich white guys benefit most. Okay so why. Does the president call for a flat tax. We're all corporate and private loopholes or banished and taxation is based on a percentage of gross income and profits. The more you earn the more you pay with reasonable cap. So companies and private citizens are not punished for success. I'll tell you why joe biden doesn't do that. I his home. State of delaware is the shangri la of corporate tax loopholes and biden protects that and secondly a flat tax is fair to working americans so the progressives would lose their grievance card now back to the speech. The president began his deception by saying this quote. Here's a simple truth for a long time. This economy is work rate for those at the very top while ordinary hard working americans have been basically cut out of the deal on quote but that statement is misleading six years ago. The median household income in the usa was fifty six thousand dollars. Five hundred sixteen according to census dot gov. Now it's close to sixty eight thousand. That's a colossal jump especially because inflation was not a factor in the trump economy minority workers also benefited under president trump in two thousand nineteen the smallest gap in history between black white unemployment rates. Prove that but joe biden is unfazed by facts. He sees his job is telling americans they're getting screwed by greedy white men quote. The fact is our economy face challenges long before the pandemic working people were struggling to make it long before the virus showed up said the president struggling. The fact is americans have one of the highest living standards in the world couple with the most opportunity anywhere on the planet that's because of capitalism. But that's not enough for joe biden. He wants a federal government in charge of distributing wealth. Not the private sector his giveaways and so-called infrastructure. Bill are endless with the goal of creating dependency on washington in response to biden's massive spending proposal. Even some liberal economists are worried says professor and gregory man cow who teaches at harvard quote. Compassion is a virtue but so is respect for those who are talented hardworking and successful the entire three point five trillion dollar package is too big and too risky on quote but old joe didn't care about that. He wants european style socialism..

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"census dot" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on NPR News Now

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"census dot" Discussed on The Tech Guy

The Tech Guy

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on The Tech Guy

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"census dot" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

Johnjay & Rich On Demand

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Johnjay & Rich On Demand

"Calling. So we're trying. I don't know she can't be that dedicated to her job. She will pick up a green ticket. Grits talking to quit. Grants talk in grad stalking. She's gonna think it's like war of the roses or something bad bad news. Okay friendships to tell you so you be quiet. You'd be quiet just go. Halen corey hates john. Rich we can put on the air. Right yeah listen We do a couple of segments on our show. Are you familiar with our show right well. Before i was working from home they used to listen to you guys every morning. Why wouldn't you put it on while you're at home at parts of little we're still here. I've got you guys on talking all of that. They catch up there. We'll listen. We have a segment called breaking bad news where someone has to tell somebody bad news. Are you familiar with that segment. Okay well this is. Okay okay so we have another segment. It's called war of the roses so like if you were to send flowers or somebody could you think they're cheating on you okay. That's not. this isn't either. I 'cause you're getting married she. You're getting married soon are you. Oh i'm we have a friend of yours jessica on the line on my god. That's my what do you mean. Lose jessica to you. That's my girl. she's really good like one of my best friend. We'll guess what. Jessica jessica yu on us ahead of corey haim corey. Hey bill call. This is a john rich booty. No just kidding you free right your free so hey i don't have bad news. I have amazing does john. J beat me and our game and he wanted to lady gaga tickets. But he's giving them to me. And i'm taking you with me. I'm going we're going to vegas. We're gonna go pie. we're gonna go see lady gaga. Yes probably being right. Yes yes we clarified. I beat you but the game. I beat you but i was giving you. My tickets are going so way. Those great district huge. Because it's the first night of lady guys residency. It's it's october fourteenth in at the park right in the middle of your honeymoon literally god. That's that's gonna grow. Yeah all right. So congratulations thank you on my love moments extra for you guys there. You go all right. Hold on you gotta thanks for listening. Put us on where you're at work at home please. Jesus judge enrich making fun of the spacecraft took billionaire jeff bezos into the atmosphere. It looked a lot like you know a man junk. If you will the blue origin new shepard rocket has now been scaled down for sale. You can buy the curiously shaped model for sixty nine ninety nine cobra. Guy fans can soon Actually stay in the famous mansion featured on the show someone just bought it and they have plans to turn it into an airbnb which would be definitely fun. Travel if you watched the show. There's a hotel chain called six senses. And they're launching luggage free travel basically they will come. Pick your bags up at your door. Ship them to your destination anywhere around the world at one of their properties. And so you don't have to like love your luggage through the airport or whatever. It is that I don't know but it is sort of a luxury But thick census dot com. Where you get more influence. That's three things you need to know. Checkout horoscopes judgy. Rich dot com. Thank you for listening to judge on iheartradio for more good ajayi rich dot com..

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"census dot" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Last week the left took a bizarre victory lap. Saying that the two thousand twenty. Us population census shows that. The us population's more racially and ethnically diverse than measured measured in two thousand ten. This was widely heralded by the new york times and wash them post. Things say see we have one. What difference does that make. What do they care about skin color so much. Where are they emphasizing. Way people look. Are they trying to tell us something that certain skin color should be given preference over the others. Charles and blow wrote a piece for the new york times saying that. The census was terrifying. Blow to white nationalist. Never he's never met a white nationalist in his life doesn't know what it is. I don't even know what it is. It's a made up term. And so the census comes out. Mrs census dot gov measuring racial and ethnic diversity they now have a diversity index and a prevalence ranking and diffusion score. You see the left believes that if they are able to change the matter of the country culturally who cares about skin color skin color irrelevant then. It will change the form of the government. There are two different ways that you look at a nation. You have the raw material the matter you're dealing with the language the history the culture and then you have the form the type of the government you actually want to establish and they must fit one another when you change the matter so dramatically. Sometimes the form will not fit a good example of this. As i've mentioned a couple times is in omar alon omar's incompatible with constitutional republic she distaste. She hates it. Separation of powers checks and balances consent of the governed. Was nothing to do with it. A lot. More has a completely different world view. Then the american way of life. So if you bring in hundreds of thousands of people like ilan omar that changes the matter and therefore it will change the form thomas west who's a phenomenal. Historian was the one to kind of pioneer this way of processing information and last week we saw that the census data showed that white people are in demographic decline and the response from his audience was demented was demented. They give a standing ovation. That white people are in decline. There is a massive anti white problem in our country. There's huge institutional anti white racism. Don't believe me. Listen to cut. Twenty four jimmy fallon. Mentions at the latest official. Census shows that white people aren't demographic decline. Listen to how they respond to twenty four some more news. The results of the twenty twenty cents is just came out and for the first time in american history. The number of white people went down. Yes we hate that skin color. That is now if you send your child to college. What they're taught talk to hate people of a certain skin. Color the department of homeland security tax payer funded government agency. Dhs just a couple of days ago. They issued a new terrorism bulletin. The terrorism bulletin talked about potential terror. Frets here's what they said. Were the biggest terror threats to the country. This is your government opposition to cova measures claims of election fraud and believe that trump can be reinstated and nine eleven anniversary and religious holidays. No mention of slavic fundamentalism. No mention of blm inc no mention of antifa zero and meanwhile homeland security the department of homeland security. They are loading up planes with the illegals not being cova tested and they are spreading them across the country. You want to talk about a super spreader we've taxpayer-funded super spreader of military aircraft that are shipping illegals that come into the country to omaha torino to missoula. That's our government. That's doing that. And i asked this question with all sincerity and then there's kind of this interesting drama that cami. It doesn't wanna take doesn't want to take responsibility for the mess. That's kabul cami. Wants joe biden to come back from vacation and to give a speech. I mean this with all sincerity. I want you to think about this. I'd love you to e mail. Your thoughts freedom at charlie kirk dot com. Do they actually want to govern this country. They have nothing but contempt for the citizens of america. They seem almost annoyed by the people that they have been. Tasked to defend and to secure the blessings of liberty for as it says in the preamble of the constitution. I want i want to just also one of the point about the jimmy fallon thing. So jimmy fallon comes out celebrates the decline of white people. Could you imagine if the race was different. You see the civil rights regime that came with the civil rights act in one thousand nine hundred sixty four implemented the entire new framework of what we are dealing with. Christopher caldwell talks about this perfectly in his book age of entitlement which you read his book a lot of people would say that's a thought crime. You're not allowed to say that. The argument he makes in his book is that the over a overly aggressive implementation of the third founding of the united states the first founding being seventeen seventy six second founding right after the american civil war the third founding really was the civil rights act was a complete federal superstructure of hyper socialization and using government power to go after certain skin colors and people specifically white people and now we are seeing that.

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"census dot" Discussed on Pivot

Pivot

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Pivot

"Bureau has released updated population data. Which will be used to draw. New voting districts across the country and could determine control of the house in two thousand twenty two. the under eighteen population is likely majority. Nonwhite for the first time ever in two thousand ten during the last census update republican state legislatures redistricting of the country to their advantage. So what do you think this means. Because and by the way because you're non doesn't mean you're gonna vote any certain way by the way there's been a lot of surprises all across the country in different areas. But what you talk a little bit about this. Does it change texts in florida. Blue states a lot of growth is coming from new york and california. So where do where do you. What do you think about. The the first thing i wanted to say is thank you to everybody who worked to try to get us. An accurate census count in any forgotten that trump's that's hard to do with cova and with the former president. It was even harder and i know people out there struggling to count all of us so that we can like live together and choose our future together and elect our politicians. And do the things. We're supposed to do so thank you. Census dot gov thank you government. Thank you people who volunteered. Thank you influencers like everybody who tried to help. Make sure we were all counted as people in terms of the impact of all of this. I i wanna live in that world where people compete for a vote fairly I've i like the whole level playing field. And i love competition is great and makes a sharper. We have a problem. Where the same people who tried to overturn the last presidential election and encouraged insurrection to save people's bread and all this cove cova misinformation and leading to death right there aiding and abetting a pandemic that's same faction is now trying to rewrite the rules of are looking control them and control control dates contain but because they don't it's it's the it's a show of strength that reveals a deeper weakness. They don't believe in themselves they don't they don't believe in the product that they're selling right if anti competitive behaviour right it kind of if you take control. They control the state legislature and growing states and north carolina. They were abusing the power that they have in that control. We shouldn't have any party. Choosing its voters. Democrats have done gerrymandering nonsense in the past before republicans have perfected it with the technology they have to now optimize a map for disenfranchisement and they've sacked the courts and they've got the us congress in their pockets as well because most of these house members were elected after obama like eighty percent of the republican houses. Post obama a lot of white grievance type republicans and they've co-signed on this lie about the last election. Use that to make it harder for us to have. Our voice does whack. That's my equipped contentious. Thanks let me. I'm gonna i'm gonna push back to interesting things. One is trump increased. His voting share with latino voters in two thousand twenty versus twenty sixteen. They'll know that at the same time. The census expected to show the population of white people shrinking for the first time to below sixty percent. So there's just an it's there's all these very interesting signs of where people are moving from new yorkers relieving for florida but i don't know why they would leave such effective government in new york state aguirre. Well you know what's interesting. We got joke about it. Is that they all these people. They were moved to florida effective government. But it's like you don't we. There's much more effective gore with higher taxes as we're talking about taxes but what does that mean if they have this amount of control they can't control the courts they can control congress. They can't control redistricting i. They control governorships. I think is terrifying. I think we have a two party system. Which is what. I would to live under. But it's what i've been born into and curly live under and one of those parties has leaned strongly toward authoritarianism toward throwing people's votes in the garbage right. they're still challenging certified election results. Still so i don't trust their motives because they made their motives clear after january. Six six is still here. i'm still. I'm sorry i'm harping on it. But now says all right. So i'm going to bring up that old stuff because it's the same characters core using that as a justification to abuse their power and keep themselves in it and we shouldn't be living that way we just shouldn't be living there so i think it reveals a lack of faith in their message and their product and their beliefs. I think is terrifying. Because they in many cases have the power to you see. These texas democrats have a fleet of state to try to slow down with something that feels kind of inevitable. Unless and there's i always come with the good news for the four. The people act there is. There is federal legislation pending. That can put the kabosh. This nonsense won't solve every task. Probably unlikely if if the influential listeners of the pivot podcasts would you ramada that influence to call up their elected official as they get off your butt and preserve my voice and we do get out you know fairly but this whole like land. Grab for power in this disenfranchisement. We're moving in the wrong direction. And we'd like to think of ourselves as a nation of progress. But i'm not feeling good about the way. The republican party today is doing this. Texas sa- house speaker just signed a civil arrest warrants fifty two democratic lawmakers lawmakers fled last month to prevent the gop from passing a bill that would imposing restrictions. The warrants came hours after state supreme court blocked restraining order. That protected the democrat. So it's the courts and the house and the thing so it's a very it's a very die situation because some of the census sort of bears this out..

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"census dot" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Which joe biden by happenstance one while we all fell asleep while the swing states. It was pretty amazing. We'll get into that a little later. Two hundred seventy electoral college college votes to win. California has fifty five so goes california so goes the radical democrat party because it is no longer your grand papi's democrat party to some degree again. Like i said you know they're not lynching people today fifty five electoral college votes. Now and a lot of you are out there thinking. Carl this is crazy. This is california. there's more democrats than there are republicans. It just can't happen. I think you're wrong. See i think you haven't had the right messenger. I think you've had people in power. That could persuade people listening. Arnold schwarzenegger the other day talking about global warming and electric vehicles. And all this kind of stuff. And i'm sitting there thinking. Yeah there's a reason he didn't work out you know. Just do a little research and you find out that electric car batteries do way more damage to the environment than a fossil fuel. Car combustion engine. It's not it's ridiculous if people still argue this nonsense and they wanna feel good about themselves and pat themselves on the back. They don't go to church. They don't necessarily care about god. So people are looking for morality Anyway they can find it including in electric vehicles fifty five electoral college votes. Democrats are really scared there because there's a shift there's a shift coming in twenty twenty two. We get these election you know arizona. We'll talk about. We'll be talking about arizona where they found massive irregularities thus far. We'll get into that in the second hour. But i wanna finish up on this topic. Because i'm gonna talk to you about how democrats it's not. Just larry elder. They're scared of you conservatives. They're scared of you particularly if you're a minority. They are scared. They're terrified what you represent props to john. Those stamps census dot gov twelve percent of california's population on welfare. Twelve percent of a state of forty million people on welfare one third of the nation's welfare recipients live in california. You see what they see. I told you before. democrats success. Democrats are only successful when you're unsuccessful. How much time do we have william. Okay i appreciate it. Let's let's go to the car. Real quick lee in hawaii. I wanna get to your call. 'cause you're calling from so far The number to call into the show by the way triple eight nine seven one seven two four three lead. You've got the mike lee are you there. Can you hear me. Yes go ahead. Yeah just wanna say. Awesome job and would become governor. You're going to be demand to hold the photonic continuous show. Listen i really. I really appreciate. Now you're coming from a state that's worse than california. Aren't you beautiful. But yeah oh man okay i was. I was born and raised in south central. La no way okay live. I live the welfare life. With my parents twenty-second heard from them. I'm black mexican. They told me you will never make it in life. And i never thought i would be such a conservative republican in my life away and you know i had my troubles when i was a kid but i went to usc. I started my business right out of college. I own property in texas polite n. Colorado and i'm doing good great carly. I appreciate the call. This is carl jackson.

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"census dot" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Can't imagine yet he succeeded. You see when. Larry elder steps in front of a camera. When larry elder steps behind this microphone. The hope that he gives to california's the hope that he'll gift to black californians to minority californians to american to freedom loving patriots in california is. If i can do it you can do it. Your skin color doesn't matter. Look at me on the governor of the largest state in the union at least population wise. If i can do how about you work hard worked working hard. Pays off you see. The democrat party. Can't take that. That's that's a major threat. See here's what you have to understand. According to the census dot gov twelve percent of california's population as of two thousand nine hundred nine on welfare. Twelve percent of a state of forty million people are on welfare. one third of the nation's welfare recipients all live in california one third of the welfare recipients live in california. You talking about changing the state you talking about a threat to the democrat party. That's exactly what. Larry elder offers. And that's why they are freaking out and they will do everything possible to stop in deterrent. This campaign larry elder here again with a message for anyone struggling with pain. Like i struggled with for years and of course i want. You didn't know about relief. Factor the one hundred percent supplement that tens of thousands are now taking every day. Obviously i'm taking it every day. Because i like being out of pain but i know you may be skeptical just like i was but then i kept hearing about all the people who are no longer in a so. I decided to give it a try. In fact listen to genesis story. How skeptical at first but because of the pain. That i was having when i would substitute teach and have to climb stairs i have lower back hit and even knee pain and after about three weeks i found that i could climb stairs pain-free but it wasn't only pain free. I could do it. Step over..

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"census dot" Discussed on This Land

This Land

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on This Land

"So how did you. How did you learn about tourist spots rate and it's enormously different than what was on the census terms guide your way different which is exciting and super pumped up about it. Another census worker had reached out to so i she told me what the self response rate was which was like twenty three. Something still and i was like i. I really don't think that's reflective of what it actually is and then she was like whoa census worker then pulled up report one that wasn't on census dot gov or made available to cheyenne. The report showed that the numerator 's had almost finished counting all the remaining households on for birth hold. I was like whoa hold up. They done it by knocking on doors by talking to neighbors and landlords and by other like estimating how many people lived in each zone based on the car out front the enumerators brought the kowt right up to the finish line but they wouldn't have been able to do it without all the ground work cheyenne had laid and she had been left out of the loop all this time all she could see was the self response rate on the census website but that didn't seem to reflect the work should do all those events all that marketing all that self counting still in the moment. She was relieved. It's crazy to think we're almost all counted super confident that at some point this month into one hundred percent. Yeah that's crazy. I think i owe you an apology for as harsh questions last time. Just kidding yeah. I mean how does it. How does it feel to. I mean you you went on this crazy quests. To count everyone on the mandate had also recreation. You thought that you were seventy percent plus behind and then turns out that you you did it so weird either way. We're still losing to standing out there at like ninety nine point seven eight but we're very close to ask about that on october thirteenth with less than three weeks left before the deadline. The supreme court ruled that the trump administration.

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"census dot" Discussed on This Land

This Land

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on This Land

"Cheyenne keeps checking her response. Rate still twenty percent about ten percent lower than standing rock. And so we're talking to dr. I does that mean for like what like right now. We're at twenty percent. So if it. If we're at twenty percent on september thirtieth like what does that mean and she's like that just means that we're undercounted. There's no review that's scary. Even miss indeed world starts to crack unlike kind of. I'm not angry. But i'm kind of annoyed by like not annoyed. I'm just like. I wish that we could like sit down and talk with the census bureau. Like what's going on like. How can we figure this out. Like being able to have that dialogue would be really cool. How do you like stay so like positive. And like i don't know you just like have such a go-getter attitude amidst all this. I mean like. I would be worn down and like probably grumpy and i don't know how do you do it. This is just. How creator made me I do get frustrated from times retired but I don't know how. I do it with things looking desperate. Cheyenne turns to what she knows. Best maybe maybe. If i can get people's by in then i think it would be really cool to have like a Some type of powell. Obviously not the traditional powell okay. A census pow might sound a bit out of the box but it actually makes a lot of sense. If you think about it it would bring a lot of people on the reservation together and it would be enough of a local happening that anyone who didn't make it would at least hear about it and be reminded to fill out their census plus powwows are pretty much a way of life for cheyenne and her family. I mean this time of year that usually be on the road headed to one. Parents will literally take off friday. Leave thursday after work drive all night. Find wherever wherever the powell is. Show up there. On friday powell friday saturday sunday in leave sunday night so that they can get back to work on monday with census dot gov showing just one in five indians counted on fort. Birth old no-one numerator insight and a pow on the calendar. I've flied north.

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"census dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Kind of. I'm not angry, but I'm kind of annoyed by like I'm not annoyed. I'm just like I wish that We could, like, sit down and talk with the Census Bureau like what's going on? Like, How can we figure this out like being able to have that dialogue would be really cool? How do you like? Stay so, like, positive and like Don't know You just like have such a go getter attitude missed all this. I mean, like I would be worn down and, like, probably grumpy in Oh, I don't know. How do you do it? This is just how creator made me. Um I do get frustrated from time. Very tired, but, um I don't know how I do it with things looking desperate. Cheyenne turns to what she knows best. Maybe. Maybe if I can get Pupils by and then I think it would be really cool to have, like, um, some type of power. Well, obviously not the traditional power well. Okay. A census power out might sound a bit out of the box, but it actually makes a lot of sense. If you think about it, it would bring a lot of people on the reservation together. And it would be enough of a local happening that anyone who didn't make it. Would at least hear about it and be reminded to fill out their census. With census dot Gove showing just one in five Indians counted on Fort Birth hold no.

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"census dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"On. Am eight hundred z. Klw they're also known as the information station. Hello mark how do i know my router modem. That's causing the issue. Because i have some devices that work at some stay connected but no internet. Oh well if some work and some. Don't it's your router. The routing a router does is in part routing internet requests back to the devices that made them. The modem doesn't take care of that part the devices that don't work may have their own settings issues too so don't forget to check those as well. Yeah if you want to check and see if your modem is doing its job plug in your computer via network cable directly to it and check at the source if you get a solid internet connection than your modem is working as it should and you can go ahead and replace your router day you go out that help you out mark because a lot of times routers are the issues and when you can try to update those items joe in durham. north carolina. Listens on newsradio. Six eighty wpf. Hello joe can. I just wanted to alert you so these can notify your listeners. That i'm doing getting junk email. That's claims from the. Us census bureau. And i know the. Us census bureau doesn't send you emails asking you to complete a survey. I have responded. Because i believe that this would be to my detriment in anyone's detriment. Who response so. I just wanted to warn your listeners to beware well and you have done. Just that joe. Thank you very much. And of course. Chris found this from the actual census bureau. If you get an email and think it's bogus do not reply. Do not click on any links and do not open any attachments. What should you do then forward the email or web site url to the census bureau. They say it's at. As dot fraud dot reporting at census dot gov that will have this site at twelve dot com so because everybody won't remember that of course not sure. Typical government email address. I just read it. I don't remember something. About census dot gov and then then delete the message. They said that they'll investigate and notify you of the findings. Yeah are any findings. Steve in lake villa illinois. Listens to the free into tomorrow. Podcasts that you can sign up for his well at into tomorrow dot com and we love you steve calling in using the free into tomorrow app. My wife can make me into buying a two pack smart plugs. I didn't know what i use it. Kinda uses it on mc backup coffeemaker mckay rugged doesn't really work on. What do you think best used for smart plug here. A couple of my pugs lost for what i could do this. I think that's very cool though that your wife got him for you so i think it's even more cool that you're trying to justify a use for them so we're here to help you out. I think his wife's made him get them for her. That could be. That's what is in which case where we've got some tips for you steve. It's pretty much up to what you need to automate. So it sounds more like a question. I guess maybe for your wife if she's the one who wanted them what we can tell you is that normally they're mostly useful for something like a lamp to something simple that you wanna turn on or off. Usually you'll get more out of them. If you can automate something in some way for example like i said if you plug some lamps into those smart plugs you might be able to get them to turn on after sunset or But or only if your home for example or turn on when you're a block away and getting home so it's already lit and you can use for some other things that are interesting for some users for example to turn on an ac unit if you have wall window or split units but those normally require higher aunt models which aren't very common you can set just about any unit to control fans dehumidifiers and other common gadgets. Though devices in the kitchen a coffee maker can be completely automated with a smart plug. You can turn it on in the morning as you're getting ready for the day saving you time. If you're thinking ahead could also be used for holiday decorations now. It can also save you money by cutting off any power. That's left on standby smart. Plugs can also work with radio so you can set it to turn on whenever we're on the air for example so you never miss our show now you must have been thinking about some uses when she convinced by them though. So is there anything that she'd like to automate or controlled remotely. If so that really should be your answer. I think it should be and steve. You'd do well to keep the wife happy especially since you've got the smart plugs. Now we gave you a whole bunch of ideas and there are many more maybe some others listening. Have some other tips. How do you use a smart plug. Certainly one of the less expensive ways to utilize some home automation. Goodies is a smart plug. You know having to get bigger devices or other things. Let us know. We'll pass it. Onto steve on the air jake in colfax washington listens on k. Maks eight forty. am jake. welcome into tomorrow right now. I'm calling you guys my on that meeting currently Motorola e four which has a terrible battery right now in. My birthday's coming up. So i'm wondering what phone should i get. I prefer to have a phone has two gigabytes of ram. But i'd prefer it to be under four hundred dollars. I've heard good things about the motorola g. Plus if that's a good if there'd be worth my money to get that well jake first of all happy early birthday and that's awesome and we'll be thinking of you although you didn't tell us what it is but it's coming up so happy early birthday we've heard good things about the motorola g plus but they have all revolved around the price. The displays apparently very very good from what we gather. The camera is good but not as good as motorola claims. The rest of the phone seems to largely be what you can expect for the price point of the device. Now it's not flawless. But it's five or six times cheaper than some of the phones hitting the market these days overall it does look like a good phone and a reasonable choice for the price. There's very little competition for you to consider at that same price point but there are some to consider at just under four hundred dollars and if you don't mind having a phone that didn't the market this year a samsung galaxy s. nine can be had for under four hundred bucks. An iphone eight can still be found for around three fifty and their brand new. Sec you sewing for four hundred and is a new phone. You don't want to have the poor guy become an iphone. Yeah come on. Well he's talking about android will help them out. Takes me to help him out. That's why i'm steering them towards. I don't pay attention. Jacob iphone old flagships were built to better standards so they may be worth considering even if they're not new anymore since they may still be more powerful and better built than newer budget phones. Now another phone you might want to consider is the google pixel three. It's an incredible phone costing about four hundred bucks. It has four gig of ram sixty four gig of storage a five point six inch screen and impressive front and rear cameras at eight and twelve point two megapixels respectively. So that's a that's a phone with a lot of good features for four hundred bucks so you might want to really look at that jake. Because i think you're gonna get a lot more for your money then what you would have gotten for the same amount of money with the motorola and being that it's a google phone. It's not gonna have a whole lot of this. Crap wear added on by the carrier. In fact that's the key with the pixel phones and clean flat out android. not only. is there no crap. Wear from the phone manufacturer. Because in this case it's a google phone but you also they don't allow the carriers to put their going on sense stuff on it as well so you end up with a true device. 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The Illogical Teaching of Critical Race Theory

The Dan Bongino Show

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Illogical Teaching of Critical Race Theory

"Way in which voter suppression policies are disproportionately disenfranchising. You know, black brown and indigenous people, but it's also disenfranchising and making it harder for white people to vote. It's making it harder for all of us to vote, you know, in these states That you understand that's totally completely made up. None of that is true. None of that is true. So his justification for promoting racist discrimination against white people through critical race theory just to be clear. The logic is, it's good to teach people to be racist against white people and to classify them as oppressors. Because we're helping them because their votes are suppressed. Just read to you The headline from the 2020 census census dot com. Despite pandemic challenges, 2020 election had largest increase in voting between presidential elections on

"census dot" Discussed on Software People Stories

Software People Stories

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"census dot" Discussed on Software People Stories

"To fend for myself figure out things for the first time in outside of whom than my dad was not around to help and i had some brilliant professors and i've been assigned student throughout right and so i ended up learning subjects which i would have never otherwise been exposed to things like semiotics and brand management and we had phone studies and culture and communication. So i think it gives you this The holistic view two things. It's definitely made me less judgment of perspectives. Who are are different from my own and also having like maybe conflicting opinions in my head and being okay with the ambiguity. Right being comfortable with them because the professionally. I think it's helped amplify my strengths in looking at data problems from business users perspective. I don't know what you've heard this chitra. But there's a lot of studies which prove that like i think there was a gartner research which showed that around eighty percent of analytics insights will not deliver business outcomes Until like twenty twenty two. Now why do you think why do we think that such a huge number of projects feel i think one of the key to us census dot the strategy. He doesn't align with the business strategy. Right and these are usually in pablo and i see my fitting in that interface quite well because i can translate the business into the technical problem and then in being the storyteller inconven- value back to the business. In that sense it has definitely helped me. I would like to believe that probably has helped me be a better leader will for now i hire data scientists who are much smarter than i in that speech and barefoot makes for a bell around the team in fact what you just described in terms of so many characteristics the ability to feel comfortable tank ambiguity. You know something that new perhaps discovered when you would agree. You don't removing bias and looking at things. Objectively seems like all the dimensions of what a product manager should be. So what was that experience. Like as a product manager for you janine. It's this is a quick background right. So i started with tech. I started in oracle cutting customizing article. Applications actually right. So i was doing that and i. It was a great learning like i. I'm i was out of whom you know working with a bunch of people Learning about the new work environment. I think all of that was great. But i realized that i was more interested in the uae by doing this. Dan how are we doing it right. Example like kept questioning. Why do we need this feature how they use a benefit from this of sorts right and then i realized maybe bought will help us to move into that space where i probably will do better right. And that's why. I decided to go to school so my first job. Yes oh product manager. It was a non of number crunching. It was around children that we can increase our usage retention for a telecom form. Yes i still ended up doing. A lot of product manager lead functions right in terms of looking at looking at beyond. Just the numbers. But then i realized that. I wanted to be more in. The kai tech company was like in the telecom demean which is why i kind of moved into that Pivoted into tech and then started doing more of product management Mood more from product management into number crunching into unlit expose..

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Why the 2020 census matters

The Ten News

05:23 min | 2 years ago

Why the 2020 census matters

"Kwanza in an earlier episode of the ten news. We learned about the. Us census the once every ten years event where every single person living in the us and its territories is counted recently. The supreme court decided to postpone making a decision about whether undocumented immigrants should or should not be counted in the census. It's a big deal because the numbers help determine how resources get distributed to communities as well as how many seats dates have in the house of representatives and their number of electoral college votes. We'll have to wait and see where this decision goes. But in the meantime let's revisit our previous story from correspondent. Pamela kirkland all about the twenty twenty census. It happens once every ten years and it's old like really really old but it's also something very important that every person living in the united states is encouraged to participate. In what am i talking about. It's the census but what is it. And why should you care if you're counted. We asked alex and her mom yasmina boa. Who know an awful lot about it to make sense of the census. Hi i'm alex. I am a student and i'm twelve years old. Hi my name is. Yes men in. I in alex's mom and i became interested in twenty twenty senses. Be some work. That i was doing at count the nation which is associated with the usc annenberg innovation lab. What exactly is the census for people who don't know so it's a survey that happens. Once every ten years of everyone who lives in the united states for example they count newborns children. Teenagers adults teachers parents and grandparents basically everyone the first census an seventeen ninety. That's a long long time running in. Why does the census count matter. The census data matters for kids and families because this is how the government gives money to our communities base up. The number of people who live in a city or state also called our population. The money pays for funding for schools and teachers libraries parks health clinics breakfast and lunch programs at some schools and college scholarship money for some students. The census money pays for a lot. Which is why. It's important for our family to participate and for all of us be counted. No senses numbers also determine how many representatives go to washington dc to represent us in our needs. So i live in california. And they're almost forty million people who live in the state which is the largest population in the country and california has fifty three representatives out of four hundred thirty five but this may change based off of the two thousand twenty cents census numbers. Where did this passion for the census in the census count. Come from well. My mall would not stop talking about it because she worked on it. She got me super interested in it after the many times. She's talked about it. Okay mom so how much were you talking about. The census to alex ally in. It's something that i wasn't really too aware of Myself they didn't realize how important it was to everything that we do all the services that we use in our communities. So when i learn more about it than i thought it was really important for a alex to realize that into be able to talk to her friends in her peer group about why it is important that everyone participates. If you are a kid. How do you participate in the census. So you can help your parents fill out. The census online by going to my twenty twenty census dot gov. It takes less than ten minutes. If you aren't counted now you won't be able to be counted for another ten years with super important if your child is ten years old in their parent forgets to count them. They can't be counted again until they're twenty years old. So the importance of being counted over the next ten years really affects. Everyone's lie every single day so working together to make sure. Our communities in schools are stronger by doing something that takes seven minutes over. The internet is something that i think we should all try to do. The younger generation has so much power. And by just asking your parents to the census can do like make a big difference and even just like going on the internet and researching it on your own can be very interesting and beneficial and you could tell your parents about it and at the end of the day is it's a really good thing to do. The census count is currently closed. And the next time it comes around in twenty thirty you may be filling it out yourself. Have you heard about. The world's loneliest. Elephant name is calvin and he lived alone at a zoo in pakistan for eight years and that was until early december

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Supreme Court allows census count to end early

John Landecker

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court allows census count to end early

"For the 2020 census. You can complete a form up until midnight online just visit my 2020 census dot gov census was initially extended through the end of this month. The Supreme Court ruled in favor of the Trump Administration challenge to that extension and allowed it to end today due to a congressional requirement Tohave the census numbers counted by end of year. The Trump Administration had argued to the high court that it would need to start the counting process Now to make that congressional deadline. Chicago

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Census Bureau Conducts Massive Recruiting Effort For 2020 Head Count

NPR's Business Story of the Day

04:10 min | 4 years ago

Census Bureau Conducts Massive Recruiting Effort For 2020 Head Count

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the almond board of California working with almond farmers to improve water management practices. Learn more about the almond communities efforts to reduce the amount of water. It takes to grow each pound of almonds at almondsustainability dot org. The partial government shutdown is over so hundreds of thousands of federal workers are heading back to work today, but all throughout the shutdown. One government agency was actually in the midst of a massive recruiting effort. The census bureau is busy trying to hire a half million workers for the twenty twenty cents and PR's hons e lo Wong reports. The national headcount of every person living in the US officially kicks off less than a year from now where the ninety thousand of apply to help carry out the census, including at the Bronx library center, New York City. So right now, we're on census dot gov, and if we scroll down to the career coach Jessica Rodriguez shows me the website that for months, she's helped job seekers. Navigate many of the openings for outreach specialists who work with. Oh, community groups and supervisor positions like the one Pamela Hudson is applying for I'm thinking about transitioning into this job because it's very important to me because we have children at need education. We have children at need healthcare. Hudson says she wants to do her part to make sure communities get their fair share of the hundreds of billions of tax dollars distributed based on census numbers. The partial government shutdown though, did give her pause about working for the census bureau when I went on the website. I noticed the set lack of funding. So does that mean that a certain period that the census workers may not get any pay? I'm concerned about that funding carried over from. Last year has kept preparations for the twenty twenty cents is going in case, there's another shutdown in the coming weeks. The bureau has said it has enough money to work on the census into April. Whatever happens though, Tisha Hudson. No relation to Pamela says she's not worried eventually the government is going to have to get together. And I know that they're going to want this twenty twenty cents is to go full. Forward. Tisha Hudson's interested in helping with door knocking and collecting information from people who don't vote their census forms themselves fewer than seven in ten households plan to take part in the count. According to a new census bureau report says she expects to do a lot of persuading if she's hired for the job is about making sure that we get the things that we need in our community that everybody is counted regardless of their race, regardless of whether or not their citizen, we're all in this life just trying to make sure that we can go there by day. So we all should be counted. The one thing that keeps me up at night is the one thing I have less control over, and that's our -bility to recruit and hire that was census bureau official alfono speaking at a public meeting last year. He's been worried about filling a half million jobs for the census as of last week the bureau has hired a tiny fraction of that number. The low unemployment rate could result in an applicant pool smaller than the bureau with like Elsie right is a program coordinator for community group based in Brooklyn. And she says there's another challenge. He Trump administration. Once include on the twenty twenty cents is the question is this person a citizen of United States? A federal judge in York has ordered the removal of the question. The ministration wants the supreme court to let the question. Stay right says if it does many census workers will have a harder job. They know they probably won't get too many answers or too many participants especially now in this environment. Right has worked on outreach to the Haitian community. In Brooklyn, let's face it. There's a lot of undocumented people in the community, and that makes them suspicious, you know, to talk to anybody. The census bureau is expecting fewer households to respond to the census if there is a citizenship question that could mean the bureau might have to hire more workers in an already tight labor market on Zee. Lung and PR news, New York. Support

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