35 Burst results for "Chancellor"

Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Austria to enter lockdown, bring in mandatory vaccinations

"Austrian chancellor Alexander Schellenberg says the country will go into a national looked down to contain or fourth wave of coronavirus cases Schomberg says the lockdown will start on Monday an initially lost the ten days students will have to go back into home schooling restaurants will close and cultural events cancelled public broadcaster R. F. reports it's starting on February one the country will also make vaccinations mandatory according to a R. F. chancellor Schellenberg says we do not want a fifth wave I'm Charles de Ledesma

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Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Merkel calls on all to get shots to avoid bad virus winter

"German chancellor angle Americal is calling on all citizens to get vaccines to avoid contracting the virus during the winter months Merkel's encouraging all those unvaccinated to get their shots as quickly as possible as the country's cases had a string of new highs Merkel also called and those were vaccinated already to get the corona virus booster shot calling it a real chance to break the severe fall and winter wave of the pandemic the chancellor plans to meet with the country's sixteen state governors to coordinate nationwide measures next week and parliament is proposing legislation on a new legal framework for restrictions over the winter I'm Naomi Shannon

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Kurz to quit as Austrian chancellor amid corruption probe

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Kurz to quit as Austrian chancellor amid corruption probe

"Austrian prime minister Sebastian Kurz has announced that he will step down amid supplications of corruption speaking at a news conference cuts announced that he has proposed to Austria's president the foreign minister Alexander Sonnenberg become chancellor what we need now is stable condition so in order to resolve the stalemate I want to make way to prevent chaos and the social stability the move comes as he attempts to defuse the government crisis triggered by the prosecutor's announcement that he is the target of a corruption investigation S. and his associates are accused of using public money to pay for positive reports in the media as well as manipulating polls in order to secure his rise to the leadership of his party in the country however because he said he will become the head of his conservative Austrian people's party's parliamentary group remaining in a key position in the front line I'm Karen Thomas

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Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Not Right to Say Only Women Have a Cervix, Says Starmer

"So here's this the the head of the labor party in the uk a sir. Nevertheless non the sur not nevertheless in sir moreover we go for kier storm denied that it was correct to saying only women have services. It's something that shouldn't be said. It is not right. Conservative health secretary sajid javid called the opposition leader's remarks a total denial of scientific fact adding and he wants to run the nhs. The national health service. A monday labour's shadow chancellor. Let me explain. What shadow is in the parliamentary government's. That's the person who would be in that position. If that party came to power so the shadow chancellor is rachel reeves struggle to answer whether it was transphobic to say that only women have services. This is a woman responding to the question from. Lbc what's obesity. You know something broadcast inc. So what's the l for london. Lucy reeves initially evaded the question before responding rather flustered when preston game is it transphobic. Look i just. I don't know even how to start answering these questions. I don't find them helpful. The the the woman would be chancellor of the uk doesn't know how to answer the question. The only women have services.

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New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:55 min | 2 months ago

New Taliban Chancellor Bars Women From Kabul University

"Taliban and close kabul university to women. This is not surprising yesterday. Hung four people from cranes. That's not surprising what we see happening out of there. We'll continue to get worse and more roll out over the days and weeks and months ahead my question is. Are you still in touch with some of the pineapple express people. There are lot of that trend's who are working to get a lot of people out of afghanistan. They're calling every chit around town. That i know of everyone is getting asked by these people to help. And everyone's trying to help assume you're getting those calls to how. Why do you think it is for the vets to be there working sub rosa to get people out. Oh i think it's additive and we've got to at it and let's face it. Nobody is going to be more passionate about getting at risk. Afghans than the americans who worked alongside those afghans. And you know. We often use shorthand interpreter. But it's it's vast number of people hundred thousand plus maybe two hundred thousand when you add in them and their families who were interpreters logisticians frontline soldiers commandos helicopter pilots. I it's the entire gamut of afghans who stood with us and we have a deep moral obligation to get them out and yes I know dozens of veterans. Who are bombed in this It some are more successful than others. there are a wide variety of ways in which they're trying to help these people and I think it'll be additive to what the us government needs to be doing which i assume is being directed largely by the cia at this point. Because i don't see the department of defense Publicly visibly going after this. I think that To conclude. I think that lloyd austin and mark milley will be asked about that in public testimony. Today what are you doing to get people out of death. Ghanistan

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Germany embarks on tricky search for post-Merkel government

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

Germany embarks on tricky search for post-Merkel government

"Germany is embarking on a potentially lengthy search for its next government off to the center left social Democrats narrowly beat outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc leaders of the parties in the newly elected parliament the meeting to digest the result the soul Merkel's union bloc slumped to its worst ever result in a national election what is clear however is that this vote failed to set a clear direction for yours biggest economy under a new leader however the social Democrats left Schultz says voters have spoken very clearly by strengthening the three parties his the greens and the free Democrats shields adds this is the visible mandate the citizens of Germany have given these three parties he says should lead the next government I'm Charles Taylor this month

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Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Social Democrats narrowly beat Angela Merkel's alliance in historic German election

"Social democrat. Party in germany narrowly won. Sunday's national election projected results showed and claimed a clear mandate to lead a government for the first time since two thousand five and to end sixteen years of conservative-led rule under angela. Merckel the left. Social democrats were untracked for twenty six percent of the vote ahead of twenty four and a half percent for merckel cd. Ucs you conservative bloc but both groups believed they could lead the next government with need major block. Commanding majority in both reluctance repeats their awkward grand coalition of the past. Four years. Most likely outcome is a three way. Alliance led by either the social democrats or merkel's conservatives agreeing new coalition could take months and will likely involve the smaller greens and liberal free democrats. We are ahead in all the surveys. Now the social democrats chancellor candidate olaf scholz said in a round table discussion with other candidates after the vote. The spd's rise heralds a swing left for germany and marks a remarkable comeback for the party which has recovered some ten points in support in just three months to improve on its twenty and a half percent results in the 2017. National election schultz his conservative rival on in lash. It signaled his blog was not ready yet to concede though his supporters was subdued. It hasn't always been the first place party that provided the chancellor lash told the roundtable i want to government where every partner is involved where everyone is visible not one where only the chancellor gets to shine. He said in an early attempts to woo. Smaller parties attention will now shifts to informal discussions followed by more formal coalition negotiations. Which could take months leaving. Angela merkel in charge in a cadillac rome.

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Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Merkel's bloc sees worst result since 1949; Social Dems rise

"Latest exit polls in Germany's election not showing a tight race between Germany's center left social Democrats and outgoing German chancellor Angela Merkel's center right bloc according to projections Michael center right bloc is heading towards its worst ever result in the country's parliamentary election one projection by public television said D. F. puts the social Democrats headed by outgoing vice chancellor or not Schultz in the lead at twenty five point six percent of the votes the same poll puts Merkel's union bloc led by state governor Amanat **** training behind it twenty four point four percent given the exit poll predictions putting together the next coalition government for Europe's biggest economy could be a lengthy and complicated process I'm Karen Thomas

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Closely fought German election ushers in post-Merkel era

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Closely fought German election ushers in post-Merkel era

"Germans have been heading to the polls in an election that will see who succeeds outgoing chancellor Angela Merkel polls point to a close race between state governor Armin Laschet from a call center right party and vice chancellor of enough Schultz from the center left social Democrats recent surveys show the social Democrats Montagna heads post put the Green Party headed by candidate and then in a bad book several points behind in third place according to polls no one polity is expected to win with an outright majority meaning a coalition is expected during the months of expected happening between the parties to form a coalition Merkel will remain as caretaker chancellor I'm Karen Thomas

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Feds to Indict Ex-Boeing Test Pilot Over 737 Max Crashes

WSJ What's News

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Feds to Indict Ex-Boeing Test Pilot Over 737 Max Crashes

"Federal prosecutors plan criminally charged a former boeing pilot. They suspect of misleading aviation regulators. About safety issues blamed for two fatal crashes of the seven three seven. Max this is according to people familiar with the matter who add that mark faulkner is likely to face prosecution in the coming weeks. He was boeing. Seven three seven max. Chief technical pilot during the aircraft's development and attorney for foreigner didn't respond to our requests for comment a justice department spokesman and boeing declined to comment. We have much more on this. On wsj.com

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Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:04 min | 2 months ago

Biden Wanders out of Place While First Lady Speaks at D.C. Middle School

"Let's talk about what's happening in dc. Today we had after that to that angry announcement yesterday that you will get actually needed biden with his wife went to school in. Dc to talk about vaccinations and then and then this video. This incredible video from c. span was broadcast. Play the cuts of the wandering old man and secretary dona and mayor bowser and chancellor farabi you know. Thank you for joining us as well and for families across the country. You know the school year. Gosh it always brings this sort of mix of the motions for all of us all at once. We feel the anticipation of new classmates and teachers. You know the relief of not having a here a just disappear just one does office. His wife is talking. Somebody said come and get your eyes screen. Where's it coli. And and i've been asking this larger question for a long time. Dr jill biden right. She's having her husband. Go out there and put on this charade. It is obvious to anybody who's even a quarter logical to. This man does not have as faculties about him. Why are they doing. This shouldn't she. Shouldn't you care about them to a point of saying you know what this is enough. Is it because everybody hates kamala. Her so much that can't even fathom giving her the oval office. Maybe she and we talked about this before. Maybe kamala harris job security for joe biden but this is a sad state and you know it's one thing to laugh but you know who's not laughing and rubbing their palms together it's china it's iran russia right. They're excited this is great for them. They go from having a powerhouse. And president trump who stands for america who american greatness america. First to this weakling. And joe biden. This is great for our enemies is great for adversaries. Terrible for american

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Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Arizona Man Who Wore Horns in Riot Pleads Guilty to Felony

"One of the more visible participants in the January six mob that stormed the U. S. capitol has pleaded guilty to a felony you may remember Jacob chancellor he was the much photographed shirtless man wearing face paint and a furry hats with horns he was among the first riders to stream into the capital growing up the crowd with a bull horn the Arizona man calls himself a Q. anon Shaiman though his attorney says he since repudiated the movement he was seen in the Senate chamber with a flag pole topped with a spear profanely referring to then vice president Mike pence as a traitor he was arrested nearly eight months ago and has been jailed ever since he entered his guilty plea after being found by a judge to be mentally competent prosecutors say sentencing guidelines suggest forty one to fifty one months in prison changelly is among roughly six hundred charged in the riot fifty others have pleaded guilty mostly to misdemeanors only one to a felony I'm Ben Thomas

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Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:48 sec | 3 months ago

Merkel, Putin Spar Over Navalny but Vow to Maintain Dialogue

"In this BBC report. German Chancellor Angela Merkel is in Moscow for talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin as the relationship between the two countries. Continues to suffer from ongoing tensions. Last pre pandemic meeting in Moscow Chancellor Merkel and President Putin talked for more than three hours. Some topics haven't changed. Will disagree about Russian backed rebels in eastern Ukraine and find common ground on North Stream two. They're incomplete. Undersea gas pipeline, which Germany's allies opposed to new issues have emerged. Afghanistan and Belarus, which has been pushing Middle Eastern migrants into the European Union in retaliation for sanctions. All this on the anniversary of the nerve agent attack on the jailed opposition leader, Alexei Navalny. He was treated in Germany. Moscow is still trying to

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Coach or. Stop just make people think yes. I like that you are me chance are like you only some men wear so just know that you're always thank you for being a trooper and hanging through those hiccups. You have their you know. The story of my life gone for years know but look. We had this interview today today. Whatever we get into. We're gonna make sure get done today for show show. I like the devils ally assure restore while i'm excited to happen. Finally got to do this and to to just you know talk to you more about steps i know you have you do a variety work with kids and all that stuff too. I teach practical. Bid willing Advocate and all that seoul Thank you thank you for coming on Let me hear some of that and for the listeners. So yeah pity supposed to have less. I see none have this for no reason. So does the reason behind. It was the reason. That's the fun. Part journey can share with the listeners. You're definitely tell them. Your book is where they can find it. Social media links they can probably volume follies. Might show gotta do in literally stylish. You're doing pull up your phone browser Browser go google at a cold on your okay k. Was google type in fourteen days in beijing or you could first and last night chancellor k. jackson you start starts at eagle everything you need. We'll upper that simple a Won't that's simple people. Fourteen days major platform chess. Okay jackson or yet. Chancellor cage jackson You go to. Chancellor jackson dot com. I got website of course album books on amazon and apple. Books have the free bridge invaluable Apple books and kobo. This is quite a few different platforms. That have the affable but just for media amazon Apple show. I definitely we have a real wise media Different websites all put Link on mine and also on our website and radio website so gasoline show stars support support all day or once again. Everybody thank you for coming. Thank you for coming on here and everybody. This is great. Chancellor taxon and don't forget to go to amazon or just go everywhere. I go to google looks for fourteen days. Beijing right Beijing her embark on this truly shocking forgettable tail for american America chinese penitentiary. Like and get your popcorn. 'cause this is entertaining and just as much as it can be suspenseful mysterious a little bit scary europe. You will find humor because that's just my personality. Yup says in his real You'll find humor within his way is is is okay was before i shut this down. Do you mind saying like like ten seconds sepla. Count this down. And then sometimes people be by a black show. Okay cool will thank you for tuning in alice. Be looking forward to the future for cancer jackson and does ready. Jay was courage pete's..

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:04 min | 3 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Coach or. Just make people think. Yeah i like that you are me chance are like you only some men wear so just know that you're always thank you for being a trooper and hanging through those hiccups. You have their you know. The story of my life gone for years you know. Look we had this interview today today. Whatever we get into we're gonna make sure get done today for show show. I like the devils ally assure restore while i'm excited to happen. Finally got to do this and to to just you know talk to you more about steps i know you have you do a variety work with kids and all that stuff too. I teach practical. Bid willing Advocate and all that seoul Thank you thank you for coming on Let me hear some of that and for the listeners. So yeah pichichi supposed to have less. I see none have this for no reason. So does the reason behind. It was the reason. That's the fun. Part journey can share with the listeners. You're definitely tell them. Your book is where they can find it. Social media links they can probably volume follies. Might show gotta do in literally stylish. You're doing pull up your phone browser Browser go google at a cold on your okay google type in fourteen days in beijing or you could first and last night chancellor k. jackson you start starts at eagle. Everything you need will upper that simple. I'm a like that. Won't that's simple people. Fourteen days major platform chess. Okay jackson or yet chancellor. Okay jackson You go to. Chancellor jackson dot com. I got website of course album books on amazon and apple. Books have the free version bailable apple books and kobo. This is quite a few different platforms. That have the affable but just for media amazon Apple show now. Definitely we have a real wise media Different websites all put Link on mine and also on our website and radio website so gasoline show stars support support all day or once again. Everybody thank you for coming. Thank you for coming on here and everybody. This is great. Chancellor taxon and don't forget to go to amazon or just go everywhere. I go to google looks for fourteen days. Beijing right Ten days beijing embark on this truly shocking forgettable tail for american America chinese penitentiary. Like go and get your popcorn. 'cause this is entertaining and just as much as it can be suspenseful mysterious a little bit scary europe. You will find humor because that's just my personality. Yup says in his real You'll find humor within his way is okay was before i shut this down. Do you mind saying like like ten seconds. Sepla count this down and then sometimes people be by a black show. Okay cool will thank you for tuning in alice. Be looking forward to the future for cancer jackson and does ready. Jay was courage heats..

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Health Official: 20,000 Mississippi Students in Quarantine

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 months ago

Health Official: 20,000 Mississippi Students in Quarantine

"The state epidemiologist in Mississippi says about twenty thousand students there are currently quarantined for corona virus exposure that is four point five percent of the public school population in Mississippi we are in trouble Dr Lewin Woodward vice chancellor for health affairs at the university of Mississippi Medical Center says this is preventable in order for October and November to look different than August looks and the way that September will look we have to do something and what that is is we have to get back to native state health officer Dr Thomas Dobbs says the delta variant is different we're seeing a lot of people and I see you twenties thirties forties and said ASEAN women bury their parents are seeing women bury their children a second parking garage field hospital has been set up at the university of Mississippi Medical Center I'm at Donahue

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:40 min | 3 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"Is like no kidding. Gosh no the status on the series. No experience. I'm just kind of living vicariously through it. Because it just reminds me of how i met someone from. He became my best friend now from jordan and him and i didn't even get some meeting Parson but we still were very tight and he just taught me so much from the outside looking in for america. Made me realize how different how you can be led to think something. And it's not true happens to all of us realize it's not that not that way when the actually somebody from the appreciate that so chancellor so your app pat say yeah. It'd been in any trouble everything. Far-right of only. I've only i've never been suspended from school. Never nobody ever had a reason to clubs especially over here. China beijing beijing. Yes but even in america No faith left. Not everybody's experience even the your as a face card is everything in the energy. Is everything to so you. Carry yourself in your resume taking a long way. So it's easier said than done for at upbringing too. But i'm not gonna say because. I'm not one along because some people come from a really struggled and they still are able to exactly. Yes i'm gonna say up breaking but yeah okay so then when so okay so we're gonna go to the door and when you got the knocking you saw. Who was on the other side. Had that play Ahead rose so yes april fourth twenty nineteen Day off something a get ready to go to this team. Builder invent Company coming always host team building events every month in his light. It'd be like seven different ones. You can sign up for South finnegan ready to go to this pan. Disband painting a gate. So you know. Everybody knows chinese fans so often Customize my own a nipsy. Hustle just died around the time so as designate. My whole fan him is going to be a whole nips. Elsa marathon.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"If you're hearing my voice that means you're in the right place my guest today. Chancellor jackson has a very significant story and he was courageous enough to share it with the world. I definitely think this is a message. A story that will resonate with many and will be something that people individually take something from it that they can probably identify with or not or maybe even answer some questions or some thoughts that they have had but for the simple fact that he decided to write a book and to talk about his experience. I commend that because we all have situations experiences that we don't even talk about. And i find it to be selfless when we do share them. Because so many people can relate or does learn from or conspire them to talk more and share what they've been through. So i would just like to say thank you chancellor and we want to welcome you right here and voices of courage because everybody. Let's give him the welcome that we always jail unless tune in a Everybody this is your host brandie. Jay voices of courage. I am back here a different platform but the same amazing guests tampered. Yes we're going at this again. Say hello beauty of but so we Have you spoken the.

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"chancellor" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:00 min | 3 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

"If you're hearing my voice that means you're in the right place my guest today. Chancellor jackson has a very significant story and he was courageous enough to share it with the world. I definitely think this is a message. A story that will resonate with many and will be something that people individually take something from it that they can probably identify with or not or maybe even answer some questions or some thoughts that they have had but for the simple fact that he decided to write a book and to talk about his experience. I commend that because we all have situations experiences that we don't even talk about. And i find it to be selfless when we do share them. Because so many people can relate or does learn from or conspire them to talk more and share what they've been through. So i would just like to say thank you chancellor and we want to welcome you right here and voices of courage because everybody. Let's give him the welcome that we always jail unless tune in a Everybody this is your host brandy. Jay voices of courage. I am back here a different platform but the same amazing guests tampered. Yes we're going at this again. Say hello beauty of but so we Have you spoken the.

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Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

Woman's Hour

02:21 min | 3 months ago

Wendy Hallett MBE, Managing Director of Hallett, Talks Working From Home

"Government is urging people to return to the office. What impact is that going to have particularly on women. Many of whom have been working from home for over a year. We've had such a huge reaction from our listeners that we wanted to hear more. Boris johnson's called for a gradual return over the summer. The chancellor and some business leaders are calling for people to taper off homeworking for the sake of their prospects the economy and their wellbeing but research for the bbc art today shows that in an increasing number of jobs are being advertised with the option of working from home where we're gonna hear directly from listeners with a range of us and experiences all on all of this but i i'm joined by wendy hallett at wendy was a senior manager retail group arcadia and she oversaw top shop on street in london are on twenty years ago they. She founded her own retail company to create a flexible working environment for herself. When her children were young and nice she advocates this for her entire staff. Wendy welcome went very invited me on wendy earlier this week. We heard this suggestion. That civil servants should get their pay docked if they continue to work from home and the times newspaper has the story today. That tech companies. Google is planning something similar. I wonder if you think a financial penalty is the way to get employees back to the workplace and indeed if they need to be going back to the workplace at all. I definitely don't think that Starting off with looking at financial penalties to get back in the office is the right way to go. I think the fact that that has been so much more working from home so much. More flexibility for men and for women. It's not just a female Issue gives us a huge opportunity to look at how we do work so i think to come coming on a negative which he shall we pay is totally wrong and i do think that we should be looking at flexibility. I wouldn't advocate everybody working from home every single day but i think there should be now a flexible approach. This is a huge opportunity to narrow. I think the pay gap of anti changes the way we look at working going forward.

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Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

Here & Now

02:11 min | 4 months ago

Scientists Predict More Extreme Weather Globally After Germany Devastated by Flooding

"Chancellor Angela Merkel has been facing tough questions while touring damage from those devastating floods last week that killed at least 196 people. Germans are asking why their country famous for engineering and its leading role in climate change, negotiations could be caught so tragically off guard by the kind of extreme weather that climate scientists have predicted. For years. The past few weeks have also seen a blistering heat wave in the American West and above normal hurricane season is predicted. And the kind of extreme weather events that climate change will make more likely and more severe, are said to be coming. Fredricka Otto is associate director of the Environmental Change Institute at Oxford University in the UK Freddy. Welcome. Thank you very much. Yeah, and start with the flooding. We know that rising temperatures caused by the greenhouse effect of gas emissions means we're living kind of inside a greenhouse, which is holding onto moisture, which then? Rains down on us Now we can never attribute a specific weather event to climate change directly. There are other factors always but these downpours in Germany behind this flooding We're hearing that the rainfall was being called unimaginable volumes of rain more than 18. Gallons of water could pour down. On an area within just a few hours. You know, when you hear this kind of number, that kind of water coming down is that something? That you who studies these, You know, severe weather. Did that click like Oh, yeah, that's that's what we're going to be seeing. It's one of the very well known aspects of climate change that we see more extreme rainfall and also more extreme rainfall coming down in a shorter time. And we know from tropical countries which are hotter about There is a lot more rain coming down in a short amount of time. And when we have higher temperatures in more mid latitudes, we also see This kind of rainfall,

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Why 'Black Economic Empowerment' Is Failing South Africa

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Why 'Black Economic Empowerment' Is Failing South Africa

"The triple double e. Which is a racist institution. South africa is a government agency. That repli- relies openly and explicitly on injecting racial preferences throughout the economy and again i'm reading from revolver dot news companies who receive a triple double e. scorecard based on hiring black workers elevating black management and giving black south africans. A share of ownership companies with a high score are given favorable tax treatment. Corporate actors are strongly incentivized to give contracts to high scores as well. So what are the results. Then what happens when you start. Organizing society based on black preference remember the rolling blackouts that you've seen in south africa eskom in particular which is called. They are south africa's public electric utility company. They're one of the most intense adapters of this idea. Gwen nuggety ah nigga one. Ni- described the outcome of this approach. Where she said why eskom in trouble because high operating costs and it cannot meet its obligations. Why what's ambitious program to build too big power stations as incurred substantial cost-overruns and technical faults. Why in part was flawed from the beginning with a small bidding pool meaning was not likely it was likely not cost competitive from the start why there was political meddling why chancellor house why contractors needed a half black partner in order to secure contracts. Why the be in order to do business south africa you must win over the anti racist division of the government.

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Dozens Dead in Germany and Surrounding Nations After Heavy Rains

Morning Edition

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Dozens Dead in Germany and Surrounding Nations After Heavy Rains

"Least 117 people have died after severe floods devastated parts of western Germany and Belgium. Authorities have not been able to get in touch with hundreds more because mobile phone networks have collapsed and flooded areas of Germany. That also means families can't track their loved ones. The rising death toll marks Germany's largest mass loss of life in years as me Nicholson reports from Berlin. Climate change has arrived in Germany. These are the words of federal environment Minister Svenja Schulze sent in a tweet in response to news footage showing destruction and desperate families perching on rooftops. Firefighters in the states of Rhineland Palatinate and North Rhine Westphalia say the situation remains chaotic and that electricity and cell phone networks are down. South of Cologne. Police officer Patrick Right. ALS told public broadcaster A R D that the rescue services are struggling to keep up. Uh, the current of the water running past. The elementary school is too strong for our motorboats. We just managed to get the kids out. But that was the last trip will be making over that way today. An entire district of the ancient city of trail was evacuated on Thursday, including a hospital and its patients, some of whom were just out of surgery. And some of the worst damage has occurred in the wine region of our violet, where entire villages have been cut off by torrents of flood water. In the town of Schultz, houses collapsed and dozens of people are unaccounted for. Expressing distress at the news, Chancellor Angela Merkel said quote heavy rain and flooding doesn't quite capture what has happened. Referring to it instead as a catastrophe, he told the Indians are catastrophe and even follow on hub. I'm grieving for those who lost their lives in this disaster. We don't know the death toll yet, but it's going to be high. Some died in their basements, some as firefighters trying to bring others to safety, and my deepest sympathy goes out to their

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:48 min | 7 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Which i thought was just a funny image. Okay this We said that it is a branch often. Ornate lighting fixture suspended from a ceiling and chandeliered is an adjective. I guess you could say your ceiling is chandeliered. This is a french from old french. It means candle holder modified from the latin condo lab ton de la broom. Candela broom Yeah so it's a to place to hold candles because back in the day before they had thirty or knew how to deal with electricity because electricity just exists they They put candles on chandeliers. Ooh we'll find a picture of an old old candle holden. Chandelier next is shunned l. c. h. a. n. d. e. l. e. noun from nineteen eighteen and abrupt climbing turn of an airplane in which the momentum of the plane is used to attain a higher rate of climb and shunned dell is also an in transitive verb This is a friend literally. Means candle Why that's related to an airplane climbing up. I'm not entirely sure. But that's what that is and that we're on our last episode. It is chandler c. h. a. n. d. l. e. r. noun from the fourteenth century. One a maker or seller of tallow or wax candles and usually soap to a retail dealer in provisions and supplies or equipment of a specified kind as in a yacht chandler. this is from anglo-french shunned shadow which means candle from the latin candela Would that be. Somebody's last name or first name. Does it matter that they that they sell candles. I don't know. I appreciate not think of chandler bing from friends when i see the name chandler Yeah so we had chancellor chancellor of the exchequer chance medley chancer chancery shankar. Schenk royd chancy chandelier. Chandel chan chandler. Those were the words. Which one do. I like Maybe i shall pick chandel c. h. a. n. d. e. l. l. e. That's where the plane goes up Song i may stop this song thing. But i don't know.

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:51 min | 7 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

"Chance any chance you can get your chancer. Next is chancery chance. Are- chancery noun from the fourteenth century won a record office for public archives or those of ecclesiastical legal or diplomatic proceedings number. Two a is capitalized. A high court of equity in england and wales with common law functions and jurisdiction over causes in equity. I feel like this is a very uninteresting episode because of the words that are in it but that happens sometimes to be a court of equity in the american judicial system to see the principles and practice of judicial I say it's an interesting but that's that that's a judgment. It's uninteresting to me possibly but But maybe you you love these words. Three a h chancellor's court or office of nope there's another or a chancellor's court or office or the building in which it is located three be the office in which the business of a roman catholic diocese is transacted and recorded three. See the office of an embassy and the synonym is the number three definition for the word chancellery. That was at the end of the last episode. We have a phrase in chancery number one in litigation in court of chancery and then also under the superintendence of the lord chancellor as in a ward in chancery and two in a hopeless predicament. That is in chancery any gamal that we want to say. Nah i don't think so next. We have shankar c. h. a. n. c. r. e. noun from circa sixteen o five a primary sore or also at the site of entry of a pathogen. And the example is as in two to lari mea to larry mia and then especially the initial lesion of syphilis. It's a shankar. But i think i've heard people say canker. Also maybe that's spelled. I don't know Shank is an adjective. Next is shank royd noun from eighteen. Sixty one a venereal disease caused by a bacterium and characterized by shankar's although yeah i think people say canvas Unlike those of syphilis in lacking firm inc. margins called also soft shankar and shaneco royal is an adjective Oh and the The bacterium is hemophilus. Dupre d. u. c. r. e. y. Degree next is chancey adjective from fifteen thirteen number. One is scottish bringing good luck. Synonym is auspicious number. Two uncertain in outcome or prospect. Synonym is risky number. Three occurring by chance synonym is haphazard and a chanice is a noun next. We have chandelier noun from seventeen. Thirty six He just watched a movie called love and monsters. It's a very fun Family friendly movie about a guy who it's during the apocalypse times and he has to go out onto the surface. He's living in a bunker and he has to go fight monsters anyway at the beginning of the movie You know the the apocalypse happening. And they're leaving their house and His mom gives him there chandelier for some reason. She wanted to keep the chandelier and so he's holding onto this chandelier..

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"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:53 min | 7 months ago

"chancellor" Discussed on The Dictionary

"The words in english language. This is the top of page to host six. The first word is chancellor c. h. a. n. c. e. l. l. o. r. It is a noun from the century. One a this secretary of a nobleman prince or king one be the lord chancellor of great britain. One c is british. I mean i think the other ones kind of work to this. One is officially british. The chief secretary of an embassy one d a roman catholic priest heading the office in which dia season business is transacted and recorded to a the titular head of a british university to be one a university president to be to the chief executive officer in some state systems of higher education. Three a legal officer or advisor of an anglican diocese three be a judge in a court of chancery or equity in various states. Us and four. The chief minister of state in some european countries chancellorship is a noun basically. It's the person who is the head of something this is from lower. Latin con calories is cheaper or secretary next is chancellor of the exchequer. I think that is how you say that last word. It's four words. The last word is e. x. c. h. e. q. u. e. r. exchequer This is often capitalize to just sit and e it is from fifteen thirty five a member of the british cabinet in charge of the public income and expenditure some political stuff. That i don't understand next is chance medley two words with a hyphen noun from the fifteenth century. One accidental homicide not entirely without fault of the killer but without evil intent on number two haphazard action. Synonym is confusion chance medley. I was thinking it would just be a a medley of songs. That just happened to go together. Well but that is not at all what it is This is from anglo-french chance midway which is mingled chance mingled is medley. Guess remit lay Yeah okay so you're accidents killed somebody and it's your fault but you didn't do it on purpose next. We have chancer noun from nineteen fifty nine british and it means a scheming opportunist. You're looking for a.

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"chancellor" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

06:17 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"Still the chancellor of rain we can use that please take the rain now eleven where you gonna go what you gonna do when you have to retire if you're a thirty three year old listener to their apples and program you still have to think about retirement what do you like it or not if you're seventy three year olds and three years old and still working you got a considerate you know Hey it's coming up what you gonna do you know have you have you absolutely totally figured out that you're gonna be able to stay in California are you doing that well have you invested well enough even those who invested well enough at the time of the standards were investing well enough if you follow me no because of how California has changed having going to conduct any gonna cut it so we got this new study citing high crime hi home prices the cost of living the life expectancy and with you know no coastal property inside Iowa scores better than the average overall the ranking factors listed in new study of the best in the worst places to retire I'll what California at the bottom list right there right on the bottom of the fifty states coming in at forty eight I had why and Alaska respectively the Hawkeye state though with the eight lowest property taxes in the country came in at number one in a pending retirees are looking to make you know the most out of a low cost of living full scenery this was all put together by black tower financial reports these reports before they've they've been good West Virginia has the lowest average property prices across all fifty states what's for Jenny main and I get this has the lowest crime rate I mean the only thing I would do if there's an around the labs them blueberry pie I left dad but it was in the summer I bet it's just intolerable in the winter but may have the lowest crime rate average across all fifty U. S. states of why he no we would Hawaii have I mean you know it's not gonna be cheap to live there black they have the highest life expectancy well Mississippi the lowest cost of living on average across all fifty states Mississippi so we'd be on going leaving California mess you know tells us that the this is only going to add to it this news this new bit of research from black to our financial reports is only going to add to the exit is getting out of the state of California and there's just all kinds of great information there they really got down the weeds on this California is also ranked as one of the worst states in the country to run a business so you work and you're you're the boss and you know you're operating the business you own the business you lose and if you work for that company and you live in California you lose when it comes to retirement but you know due to high corporate taxes personal income taxes excessive regulations bureaucracy environmentalism where any other states in our ranked in the top of the chart California's always rank at the bottom of the chart in a state to run a business Texas here we go always ranks as one of the best states in the United States to run a business the executive ranking so Texas in first place California in last place to run a business we can just talk about that could weigh Texas number one California number fifty to run a business but we're talking about retirement retirement so I will explain some of these measurements for the best and worst states for retirees crime you know if you want to know how this was done this is a little detailed but you know maybe you're into their stuff methodology as I call it the area stayed with the highest rate of crime would be weighted closer to zero the cost of living the area stay with highs cost of living is with a closer to zero sixteen over the lowest percentage of the population is weighted closer to zero in this all of this stuff property taxes the highest property taxes are deemed less desirable so they're weighted down life expectancy lower life expectancy is less desirable so it's weighted down in the methodology for those of you understand that but here we go something you will understand the top ten states for retirees crime cost of living all that you're reading I whenever one number two Minnesota number three Velma here comes Wisconsin here comes the brassica here comes Idaho here comes the main becomes the hemp shy here comes Florida here comes and I don't know why I've never been there but I've always been attracted in North Dakota and North Dakota he's in the US list of top ten places to retire sure gets colder my grandfather was born there is born Kristal North Dakota maybe that's the tights blood my paternal grandfather so the worst ten states for retirees are the Arkansas now these are not in order New Mexico Alabama Nevada the man of surprises me because there is no state income tax there I was surprised to see it in the top ten worst states to retire Tennessee as another one there's a there's a big exodus out of California Tennessee it's one of the top three states to move to why I'm not sure but it's in the ten worst states to retire Louisiana Maryland Hawaii Alaska and there's California now Arkansas had a choir crime rate in California but a lower cost of living in property prices New Mexico had the highest crime your the blank that's where he's from why be California for the highest home prices wise average property cost is.

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"chancellor" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

13:21 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)

"Community prior to joining UCSD. Pretty was the dean of the College of Engineering Hiring and Philip and Marsha Dowd University professor at Carnegie Mellon University in this interview pretty details the strategic plan. He's lead while he cites that he founded Great University when he arrived he knew it was destined for even greater things he set out to create a vision to realize that goal. We also discuss how the University of California system schools in Iraq racked and share best practices. Why pretty preferred at eight wor strategic plan over a longer form plan why he misses being a professor and a variety of other topics chancellor appropriate to speak with you today? Thank you thank you sir. It's a pleasure so You are the East Chancellor University of California San Diego that's in the role in August guest of the two thousand twelve just for context for those were listening at University of thirty nine. Forty Thousand Sheldon's and rising Twenty thousand employees revenues roughly five and a half billion dollars six undergraduate colleges five academic divisions graduate or professional schools. A University of growing influence and I wonder if you could take a moment and described university you found seven years ago and some of the details tales of the initial strategic plan you put in place soon thereafter right so the university I found seven years ago when I got here was to begin with amazing place. It had a billion dollars. Research Portfolio a twenty twelve. It was only fifty two years old. We were born in nineteen in sixty fifty nine years old. It had more research than some of the top Ivy League schools in the country It had more national cabinet members Uh the many topless country It was about twenty five. Twenty seven thousand students thing Maybe twenty eight thousand zooms in like nearly forty thousand so it was a blaze that had intrinsic strength it was primed for greatness US united said this in many of my talks This university was destined for greatness. It did not become great. It was destined the way this was created. Ruspoli had had to be drained. And why is that because it was created forced to fall for the first couple of years as a graduate only institution and windows created created. The criterion for Hiring Faculty was Nobel laureate or National Academy member of anything less than that wouldn't cut it in we have have the DNA has just propagator child We hire people with the great care to quality I know many any departments would leave. The line's open. If they don't find the right person the right quality and they were not finished for the sake of filling it and I just don't take these lines back act. Just because he didn't fit the repatriates. I think which recycled here. It's really interesting. So Quentin ambitious beginning and an end the dishes in terms of the kinds of the caliber of professors that the organization brought in. I would imagine that any university would love to have that and you've got some some Just before where we start rolling Taking a look gorgeous campus that you have here right on the Pacific Ocean. You've got some good structural things that others can't replicate I suppose. But what what's it whereas I would imagine as I say the university's mission to hire only Nobel laureates or were at the top of their fields. What is it about this university? That's been able to realize condition so I think initially this university game out of a scripts institution of which now griffey which is like if not the top the top due to an certainly the oldest ranked Graphic Institute in the country Director Roger Revile who was the visionary behind the creation of displays. I wanted an academic institution because scripts which not Griffey was primarily. A research institute is like. Sri So he wanted something like a caltech behind it These that's where the story goes into. It was created with that vision in mind so that was a sense of quality that somebody had in mind Mike when this was created a moment to go to the fact that not long after you ride you put together the first ever strategic playmate I keep talking about some of the substance of that right so when I got here like I said this is a great place But it was obvious to me that it was destined for bigger greatness In what I thought was already a very strong platform that we arrived at without any planning it was not clear to me the whereas all the world around me at that time that we could keep on going without planning An end up in the right place so my idea of creating a strategic plan had several components to it one was to provide guiding rails. So that the property of ending of the right place was higher that that if it was a random walk secondly I thought if we could villa plan which people could buy into. They will be energized. More they were they were already energize enough. But in I was gonNA write because the more they got energize. The more focused on doing the right things Anson Anson Last seven years a research has gone from nearly nine fifty million to one point four billion. So we've added more than research in seven years that most students have as their total research budget right and this is no work work. There's nothing I did anything about this. This is all the faculty hiring great people. Great people working hard in writing programs and really projecting a great vision So the whole strategic planning process so the third part of this process was for me to open a window where I could create a very very safe space for people to talk about their dreams or aspirations there's deductions there you know. What are the unhappiness? I could see in this window in about ninety days. I had knowledge were ten years working out here but I held it against. That's nobody I just learned Then I forgot who said what but I just remember the facts that happened to be true right and that has given me I think personally a a great ability to navigate this complex California Public University landscape it also. Uc San Diego as a campus Your role is chancellor. You have the ability to influence end end the part of an ecosystem that has influenced instead. It is really multi headed you mentioned the University of California system arguably the greatest stuff up set Ably Yeah Yeah I forgive to me at all right and of course you have the renowned faculty Russian you have the students you also have a wide ecosystem of donors owners of one of the reasons. Why this institution has done so incredibly well in terms of fundraising and I wonder how do you think about each of those constituent groups in how to divide your time Spending time each of them so first of all anything in everything I do including this interview to me is propagating the message passage of the intrinsic strength in the greatness of this place that's auto and I do it shamelessly Greek prime and once you do that and it is supported by facts and it's supported by a passion of people around you it becomes true and when people perceive it to be true. They WANNA support you because everybody wants to bet on a winning horse And I think It would. We had not done talk about why we were winning all the time. We just assumed that was a case where it was but the world is not that way. So that's amazing. And it sounds seems as though there's really a virtuous cycle that's been enacted here. You talked about the remarkable research and faculty that date back to the arrestees founding We've already talked about the one point. Three five billion dollars e sponsored research as I understand that the seven worldwide for public universities. You must super proud You also second only to UCLA in terms of number of applicants and so in the country in the entire country right United States. In so as I say this virtuous cycle that seems to be spinning round and round right improving with each turn each of those impacting the other to imagine yet there is. I think there are many reasons for the cycle of but I think I may want him inject one point which I think is kind of responsible a little bit too immediate the scientific plan most institutions Van It's like a forty page document. They might make a twenty pages but nonetheless. It's multi attends pages just document it is goals ABCD And some of these goals might be aspirational but nonetheless. The goals like we would be a number of top five in the next ten years or something like that. When we did this plan I decided less was more so the plan was gonNA be more a framework in not a twenty thirty forty base document And the plan was condensed into eight. Words student centered Research focused service-oriented of the university. And the interesting was that everybody who came to work read these. He's eight words. They decided what they meant. The words meant to them in their job and they did the right thing that day that month that year and there there was no top down mandate of students centered means You gotTA manage a fifty every year or interact with forty sorts today. None of that. That stuff right This empowered the staff and the faculty because there was no top down mandate it has become your responsibility to make this better blaze which is a much tougher proposition than me telling you if you work nine hours it will be a better place. Check the box and that's it right. Yeah so this was the uniqueness about this strategic plan in their many institutions that have copied are quote unquote framework. Because this from what I can tell was never done on. Before we're less was more words. Describe the plan and few words so like today if you ask me. What's your vision? It's one word destination so that he's a with a second. What does it mean destination It means for students for patients and for the local community so the first everybody understands what people don't understand what does is it needs to be a destination with the local community and then the answer is a destination for art culture entertainment for broader Sandiego as rich as people think San Diego is in terms of natural beauty and the dollar wealth. It's not quite that rain dollar wealth so I want us being a public institution. Russian doogie accessible significant underserved population out. Here they have never been to opera. They have never been to a dance. They've never been to a music show. I want them to be you you Enjoy all of this on our campus free of cost that's where it really compelling I WANNA go back to the UC system generally only speaking. I'm curious how do the different chancellors of ten universities work together to what extent they are influenced drawn from one another best practices share versus competition between the the the other night all of the above. So every month. We meet We spent a whole day together every month. First Wednesday of every month in Oakland convened by the the president of the system. And this is where we talk about the what's going on in the exchange best practices. It's not just US meeting the executive vice chancellors meet the CFO's meat and all of this is enabled by the president's office and that allows us to share best practices from the chancellor down to the director of admissions multi strategy of sharing practices. Very interesting I I want to also talk about your past. Prior to this role. You were the dean of the College of Engineering in the Philippine. Marsha Doubt University professor at Carnegie Mellon University On the shortlist of one degrees universities in the world and certainly in the discipline of engineering and your specific surprise of electrical engineer. Regan Computer Science Eddie. Eddie reported robotics as well particularly famous. They're all sending Just a remarkable university from a technology perspective. What what did you? What did you bring? Obviously you had administrative experience as a result of being deem you'll set academic credentials were top notch as well. I'm curious what you drop your experiences. This is a professor especially as a professor technology in your in your current role so.

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"chancellor" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"Welcome to the DYSLEXIC podcast series. I'm your host Shave Gel for those of you who are new to the series. Welcome and for those returning. Thanks for tuning back in today was speaking on the topic of law and higher education and that's a combination. You wouldn't normally put together. Our guest speaker. Today recently moved from Melbourne. To Tasmania to take up the position shouldn't vice chancellor and president of Tasmanian University. He has a long history of working across the private educational and social sectors as a lawyer as as well as a board director. He has accomplished all of this as well as many other accolades. Thank you so much for coming on the show today. I came across your story in the ABC News when As reading about you and I've also done a little bit of research following that and read your bio and you've had had some amazing achievements And rent won a number of awards including a ride Scala and you've recently become the vice chancellor Tasmanian University and and you're quite open about being dyslexic. Because well from what I've read so have you been so successful and Baynes are open about being dyslexic. But actually I. It's not until much later in my career that is open about it And really not July started The last ten years when I was in college was this time I was Really publicly open about it And that's really because up until that point inch The prejudice that I out there in the world Around dyslexia was so severe. That actually thought it would probably be You know of course of course me discrimination various forms if I was having got position where really.

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"chancellor" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"The chancellor who had joined in a coalition with him saying that he would civilize the party founded by ex-nazis, we'll discuss the impact of the video in which her office to sell out Austria to the Russians on Austrian voters ahead of the European elections, and more widely across Europe. Whether is a fifth, all right pottage, we'll get a boost in this week's voting for the EU parliament, then finally will assess the validity of arguments in the letter. The Justice department sent to the White House counsel in which the DOJ office of legal counsel asserts that the House Judiciary committee does not have the power to make former White House counsel, Don Mcgann testify on Tuesday, Bruce, green the Louis Stein, chair at Fordham, law school, who is the posture of the ABA's criminal Justice section joins us to assess what Trump does not want public testimony on TV from the Muller reports most cited witness and joining us now. James Henry, and economists lawyer investor journalist who has written extensively about global banking debt, crises tax, havens and economic development. A former chief economist at McKinsey and company. He's a co founder with David became Johnston. All the new investigative reporting news, seventy report dot org and is the author of blood Bank is welcome to background briefing, James, Henry. Well, thank you, Jim. And what do you make of the New York Times stories about whistleblowers inside of Deutsche Bank, who tried to let the Bank senior management about suspicious activities, involving loans to Donald Trump and to Jared Kushner and instead of being listened to, they got fired. Trump has been tweeting out furiously today saying that the times writing funny stories about how I didn't use many banks because they didn't want to do business with me wrong, it is because I didn't need money. Well, he's needed money. All. Whole life. I mean it's true that in the nineteen ninety s he caused banks to lose about eleven billion dollars in four to six bankruptcies, that he had so that Deutsche Bank turned out to be one of the few banks would lend him after nineteen ninety eight or so enjoy your Bank was hungry to get into the US market. I mean, we're kind of using their balance sheet is their only weapon, which was, you know, a lar- the largest German Bank. So they had a repentiti to take risks and they had a series of episodes in which they started off lending aggressively to Trump properties two thousand three two thousand four they had an episode where they should several hundred million dollars a bond for casino that he owned and that went bankrupt within a year lost all the bond owners, so you don't you. Bank turned out to stick with him throughout this entire sort of twenty year period. And this latest episode where suspicious activity reports were filed by a couple Deutsche Bank, honest employees who proved to be held responsible by their managers. Because. Apparently Deutsche Bank is has always had this strange relationship with Trump right at.

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"chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It would be so important to scream at a chancellor. This chancellor needs to be screamed at I would do it. I hereby volunteer to join with other people we should wear a jacket and tie. And we should explain why we're doing this. You say it is wonderful. That's your words. It is wonderful to scream at a speaker. So we have decided to take your words the moment you. Promise not to allow this again with a conservative speaker. We will shut up. The protectors the pseudo protectors the people who are in positions to protect higher education ruining it because they're left this or cowards. Not all are leftists many are cowards. And as I've said, many times there's much more fear of left than fear of God in the United States of America. The Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain-free studio. Here's the great selling point of relief factor. Well, actually, be selling point is that works for the great majority of people who use it. But the big selling factor is really this. You can get all the pain relief benefits of relieffactor without the negative side effects vibe profit couple of years ago with great display attic payment, take ibuprofen a lot and it helped, but the side effects were so awful after awhile that I just had to discontinue use. But that's not the problem with relief factor. So that's huge. So if you've been using any form.

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"chancellor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

09:22 min | 3 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Good evening everybody and welcome to nightside. It's eight. Oh seven. Thank you very much. Don huff, we've got a great show tonight for you. As we always have we're going to talk a little bit later on about. What's the latest in North Korea with my good friend, Dr Jack Lew, and we'll also talk about the emergency shutdown the battle of the border. And who knows what else, but we're going to start off a little local tonight. And we are going to talk about a very interesting real estate deal today that was consummated between the university of Massachusetts which will benefit UMass Boston in the long run. At least. That's the way I read it with us in studio is the interim chancellor of the university of Massachusetts in Boston Katherine Newman chancellor, how are you tonight? I am fantastic. Thank you busy day. It has been all right. Joining us on the phone is the president of the university of Massachusetts, former congressman and longtime acquaintance, and friend, mardi me and Mr.. President. How are you tonight? I'm doing great. How are you doing happy Valentine's happy Valentine's Day to you? And everyone out there that is for sure boy, it's amazing that we've already reached the middle of February. So we're we're gonna stick with you for one segment, and I can tell you that the chancellor is very happy with how this this board of trustees meeting went today. We often accuse the KOMO the Massachusetts have not making good investments. But as I look at this deal for a piece of property that the university of Massachusetts purchased for about twenty five million dollars. You've turned a pretty good profit here in a in a period of about nine years. Tell us what went down today. Well, it's interesting, Dan because oftentimes people think of you know, the state or public university inability to make really smart business decision. And that's exactly what happened in this in. This instance, today the. Trustees and the U mass building already voted to designate accordia partners to build a mixed. Use urban innovation campus at the site of the former Baystate bayside expo center. The developers selected is really the first major milestone the eventual development of what is twenty acres site adjacent to UMass Boston. It's one of the last developable waterfront processes in the city, and I think it's an enormous opportunity you bass Boston and for the city of Boston. It's it's an incredible interior of revenue for the Boston campus. But it's also going to create opportunities for campus expansion for UMass Boston attract innovation and economies. That are looking to co locate with the university of Massachusetts Boston, and I'm really excited about it. And I think that the community and Boston is excited about it. And I know Cap'n. Woman who's done a great job on this her and her team have done a lot of work on this. And it's very exciting. As you say, you think about the property itself was eighteen point seven million. But then there was a we had to tear down the building and do a few other things. But as you said about twenty twenty twenty five million dollars worth three we're going to have two hundred two hundred and thirty five billion dollars that potentially will come to you. Mass Watson tore excited about it. As as you mentioned, the is inside a very excited chancellor, wh what you what could this mean to UMass Boston? It's a whole new day for UMass Boston. It will allow us to build some academic buildings. If we want to on the base property leaning toward the companies that come in if they're in the computer science area or biotech bioscience, we can build up academic labs that will provide opportunities for our research faculty and our students to get internships and produce research, this useful to those. Terms and the funding will help us enormously on the campus itself because we'll be able to build buildings that will help to house our programs, and you know, spin up whole new areas of research that is an incredible opportunity that almost no chance there cat. So I'm pretty happy on Valentine's Day, and no no commitment to dormitories, and no that's one of the ongoing issues with UMass Boston that looking for more domitory said, but this is, but it's still a possibility. Oh, it's a possibility. There are all kinds of possibilities. And we won't really know for a while. I want to be sure that the permitting process goes forward and everything secured, but also we've got a campus process of evaluation input from all the stakeholders so while we can think of about a thousand things we'd like to do there. We really need to hear from everybody not only on the campus. But in the community around us in Dorchester and elsewhere about what they would like to see happen. And we will evaluate all that and work with the embassy board to be sure that we're all on the same page. Marnie me, and I know this is a big day for the universe. Massachusetts in Boston. Give us a quick update. How is the system system-wide doing these days? I know that SAT scores are going up the university the flagship is doing better as well. As all of the the the the universities the segments of the university around the state, whether it's up in law or Fitchburg of framingham or wherever. Well, we it's been a great year. We've broken record and transmit roll over seventy five thousand students bond ratings are higher than it ever been. We've been focused on UMass Boston to be candid with you, Dan because this opportunity it's an incredible return as you said on a strategic investment made by the board eight years ago. It's really gonna help you mass Boston. I think of all the UMass campus. None have more potential than you mass Boston given the site. Given the fact that they were the city given the fact that this is going to create opportunities for growth with industry collaboration. It's literally going to transform the campus. So do you mass system is very very good shape. But today's news is great. Because you mass Boston is a very integral part of the system. It is a minority majority campus. It is in the city of Boston. The capital we've been dialoguing with the mayor with the governor about the potential for this. So the system is in very good shape. But today's news for me is particularly important because of all the five campuses. I think U mass Boston has the greatest potential to move forward because of their location, and because of this deal, and because of the fact that the right of the waterfront in Boston. And I also want to acknowledge Catherine's predecessor a good friend. Keith motley, who is very much involved in the development this his campus as it has evolved over the years. So I just wanted to absolutely the other thing that's interesting about it, you mentioned housing, and when I first got the job about three years ago is president of the system. Keith said Marty you gotta fight for us to get housing. We need with a proposal appropriate thousand beds, and with thought a lot about it. And it's really important to us. And then it'd be candid with you, Dan. I went right to the governor. I spent two hours talking to and I said this is critically important, and it, and it actually was her Keith made a lot of tough decisions at UMass Boston. But as I said, dick, Keith recently, the fact of the matter is in twenty five years people going to say, boy, you put your you put your you put on a on the gas, and you just went, and there was some tough things that happened around. But if you didn't put your foot on the gas and said, we're gonna do this nothing would have happened. Well, congratulations money. I I know that you have dinner to attend. So we'll let you go wanna get you in studio some ninety we can do in our perhaps and talk about the entire system. But I'm going to spend some time. I'm here with the interim chancellor and and brag on UMass Boston for a little while. Okay. Well, that sounds great. I I will tell you the captured is a Ashley it into that they known academic and scholar, and she's she's really been tenacious on this and done a great job. And so I think at the end of your our with captain you and your listeners listens. They're gonna say boy, we have a a dynamo leading you boss right now. House. Great money me. And thank you very much. We'll we'll talk soon. Okay. Thanks. Thank you. All right. Madam chancellor, we we're going to take a very quick break. And we get back. I want to talk about UMass Boston. And also like to hear from some folks out there who may like to make comments either way, positive negatives. And maybe questions you've been chancellor now. Interim chancellor for about six months, seven months. It was pretty close. Okay. And so there may be some issues that you're familiar with may, maybe some issues that people would like to raise a we certainly will we'll brag on this as we call it a Boston's a great public university. And if you'd like to join the conversation six one seven two five four ten thirty triple eight nine two nine ten thirty. My name's Dan Rae. Nightside. Rob Brooks is behind the glass coming right back after this. Nightside.

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"chancellor" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on KPCC

"Chancellor was one of the founders of US's popular music program. He wrote the drum curriculum for the department and was a very popular figure among the students. A mentor was a friend brother and for some of the kids a father figure, but three Russian chair of the popular music program. At USC says chancellor, cultivated more than the usual teacher student relationship. He was a beloved figure so when he tragically passed away it left a big big hole in the heart of all of the students and certainly in trying to determine what to do. So that their education could continue. But also the legacy that in dude left with the style of teaching in the success that we had been enjoying with so many students getting out and and working. We really had a big shoes to fill Russian made a list of drummers. She knew who had a relationship with chancellor and started calling them asking them to help finish his semester. The first seven drummer said, yes, she call. The magnificent seven because after they all said, yes, I was like, wow. This already is magnificent Russian says bringing all those renowned drummers to USC was a life changing experience for many of the students. It helped them. Appreciate how great a teacher. They had it in do and it helped him appreciate what good teaching and good membership. Really can look like these were names that they had heard on records. These are names that I had crossed in Dugas lifts or mine or other people. It would have been a lifetime for them to meet any one of them. Let alone be sitting across from them having lessons each week for seven weeks from some of the greatest drummers..

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"chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Suggesting that chancellor vows to improve now turning to our weather as you've just been hearing the hazardous weather outlook for most of the country is a very dire, and we are to take care throughout the evening commute. New York City's house. Housing authority is also preparing heating response. Teams ahead of this cold snap with temperatures expected to drop to around five degrees Fahrenheit starting this evening. Roving teams are assigned to each borough, and we'll be dispatched to any developments experiencing heat and hot water problem is the housing authority is also opening a warming center in every borough for residents dealing with heat problems. And right now about two thousand residents are experiencing some heat issues. New York City has issued a hazardous travel advisory for this evening commute happening right now as a series of snow squalls blows through the region on and off candle McFadden is paid by a local Bodega in Bushwick to clean in front. And he'll be sweeping first thing tomorrow morning when the temperatures are expected to hit six degrees, and that doesn't even include the wind chill factor. His tip for keeping more is to start the day outright every morning. I come here. It's cold. Not take a warm bath and giving us warm coffee. I'm good for the whole day and the national weather service again saying do take care, including during the evening commute commute. Brutal cold this evening and tomorrow morning, currently twenty four degrees feels like fifteen in central park..

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"chancellor" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

05:07 min | 3 years ago

"chancellor" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"Gland of limited opportunity for me feel old time that's impossible to reach. Moa the wall. Bob, wyans, she and the order to shoot. At those who tried to leave limited my access to the fiend. If one had to rely on films and books some of which were smuggled relatives from the west to gain an impression of the United States during the speech to congress. She talked about something she talks about quite a bit a certain passion in. What did I see? What did I read? What was it? That was passionate about. Was passionate about the American dream the possibility for each and everyone to be successful to actually make it in life to one's own personal effort. Like many other teenagers. I was passionate about jeans particular brand, you could not get in the. Manage stop which my arms behind -ly break into these send to me from the west albums because I was passionate about the American landscapes that seemed to breathe the very spirit of freedom and independence and in the one thousand nine hundred my husband, and I flew to America for the first time to California. She'll never forget, I glimpse of he Pacific Ocean. It was simply gorgeous. What other of this even though for me America seemed completely Anthony until nineteen thousand nine then on the ninth of November nineteen Eighty-nine the building new fell and this border, which divided a nation for decades, keeping people in two different ones was now opening and this is why for me today is first and foremost time to say thank you during the speech having watched. Now a few times in two thousand eighteen and again now in twenty nine thousand nine it's hard not to see Merckel as something other than a very smart, very humble world leader and like any world leader. She has a certain confidence Chancellor Angela Merkel reminds me of a young meek mill in a rap battle meek is quiet and subdued when another rapper goes at him. Meek stands and takes it. But when it's Meeks turn, you know, he will unleash thunder as biographer stuff, Cornelius. Said about Merckel not meek mill. She is most dangerous when she is perfectly. Calm when she is quiet Thurs an outburst waiting just around the corner. Merckel never shouts. She just gets sarcastic. And she then strikes. It's what I think of when I think of a scientist. At least my third grade, Andrew STAN way of thinking, the scientists is busy at the lab quietly working late into the night mixing different chemicals. And then boom, a burst of flame tangible result or something in between maybe nothing at all. But hopefully you develop a worthwhile theory. And as I write this, I'm reminded. She is a scientist. She has a doctorate in science Merckel likes cerebral thinkers, she likes intellectuals, it's likely why she took to the professor turned President, Barack Obama wrote her biographer Merckel values, well educated people who stimulate her mind. The Obama and Chancellor Merkel's friendship has been well documented, although it did take some time, and there were certainly bumps throughout in two thousand eleven long before talks of a wall and America sprung up via the current president President Obama gave Markle the presidential medal of freedom during her medal of freedom ceremony. Merckel said againing for freedom. Cannot be contained by wolves for long. It was this year ending that brought down the uncut and that divided Dominy and Europe and indeed the world into two blocks America's resolutely on the side of freedom. It is to this. Resolve that we Germans the unity of our country in peace and freedom chancellor Merckel added. We see that living in freedom and defending feed him on two sides of one of the same coin for the precious gift of freedom doesn't come naturally, but has to be fought full, not shed. And defended time and time again, sometimes this may seem like an endless fight against windmills. But you see my personal experience is quite different one. What we Dan not dream of today may well become reality tomorrow. The thing about Markle is she seemed to always be predicting a problem President Obama hadn't even completed his first year in office when she gave that two thousand nine address to congress. It is up to us to convince people that globalization is be great global opportunity each and every continent would forces all of us to what together with others..

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