35 Burst results for "Chancellors"

"chancellors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"chancellors" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Economy as a whole as many of the chancellors made some tough choices And what is an accident It's an immediate intervention to help the most vulnerable in our society He's increased the amount of money that people can hold on to He reduced the lever on fuel that will take effect immediately and will need 1500 pounds more money kept back for individuals who drive HTV than for example What he's also done is he's looked at the thresholds by when you start paying national insurance and he's increased that to the level that you start paying tax And that will be worth 330 pounds to taxpayers That's very significant and of course it builds on the interventions that you made in early February where he brought in 1 billion of help to people to deal with the specifics of the additional energy costs that have come in and some of that will be coming into people's bank accounts in a couple of weeks when they get their council taxes Now obviously the uncertainty that you talk about is really important because the OER say that fiscal headroom could be wiped out by small changes And you've also pointed to the fact that deaths are servicing the debt interest costs is also increasing That goes to the 83 billion pounds next year That's 1200 pounds for every man woman and child in the UK That's a significant amount of money It's obviously that has constrained the amount of support and additional help you can give households John it's creedy in New York Rishi sunak said during a statement that he's keeping fiscal firepower in reserve for later this year Can you outline some of the worst case scenarios there and what measures are being held in reserve What.

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Robert Wilkie on Donald Trump's 'Real American Leadership'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:15 min | 2 months ago

Robert Wilkie on Donald Trump's 'Real American Leadership'

"Secretary Robert wilkie, welcome back to America professor. Thank you. You love you clearly have a passion for history, not just national security. As we were prepping for this show, you talked about this funny story about general Montgomery that you can share with us later. But let's go straight to the heart of the matter. It's been four weeks of war in Europe right now. I was on a British TV show at the weekend. And a conservative outlet. But one of the guests used this trope about president Trump that he was so crazy and unpredictable. My retort was, there was nothing crazy and there was nothing unpredictable. He said America first secure the border treat our allies friends and our enemies as enemies, which is what he did. So talk to us about the importance and I know you've been responding to the rally on news. Talk to us about the importance of personality in real politics. So let me just say why president Trump was in the mainstream of real American leadership. President Trump told the Europeans you have a GDP that's equal to the United States, your population is a little larger. You have lived under the good graces of the American people for 75 years. You have to pull your own weight. John Kennedy admonished de Gaulle and Aden hour. Back in 1961, he said you are living off the fat of the land. American land. So this is the president and the German Chancellor. Richard Nixon said we did not. We did not win World War II, to provide Europeans with two annual vacations. Donald Trump was in the mainstream of that thought. And this is why your point is so well taken. This is a serious business. It requires steel spine and that sounds trite. But aggressors know when they are facing someone who, yes, unpredictability in the mind of your enemy. Because of what you're doing, is essential.

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Germany Does 180 on Defense Spending

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:30 min | 2 months ago

Germany Does 180 on Defense Spending

"Now, I am not a psychiatrist psychologist and I don't project my impressions of leaders onto the media. Because I'm not in a position to judge Putin's state of mind. I just know what he's doing and what he's doing is reverting to Chechnya and Syrian tactics. In terms of what you've seen, I can judge the state of the mind of the German public because all of a sudden nearly 90% of them support massive hikes and defense spending as a former NATO allied supreme commander. That's got a surprise you and encourage you. It's been quite amazing to watch something I've been personally lobbying for and advocating for, along with the entire U.S. government for three decades. And in my case, four years is supreme allied commander literally buttonhole in Chancellor Merkel and then minister of defense, Ursula von der leyen, who's now the head of the European Union, personally button holing them and begging them to increase defense spending and all of a sudden in 48 hours Vladimir Putin has shown he's a much better persuader than admiral Jim staff read us. So I'm highly encouraged by this. I think it's been a wake-up call for Europe. And by the way, watch Sweden and Finland. If you woke up and Stockholm and Helsinki and you're outside the NATO alliance, I think this is the week when you start demanding a NATO membership card out of your government and boy, that's got to be part of Vladimir Putin's worst nightmare.

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Ukraine's Zelenskiy Tells EU: 'Prove That You Are With Us'

The Larry Elder Show

01:05 min | 2 months ago

Ukraine's Zelenskiy Tells EU: 'Prove That You Are With Us'

"About the video call by zelensky. Two European leaders is a big article about it in The Washington Post, which I read so you don't have to. Headline historic sanctions on Russia had roots. In emotional appeal from zelensky. Sub headline, a video call by the Ukrainian wartime leader, prompted jaded European leaders to act. And the article talks about how there were a handful of important leaders most notably Germany, reluctant to proceed with the harshest of sanctions. The Chancellor told reporters that he wanted to focus on, implementing sanctions that were already approved before enacting, knew more severe ones. Had a little debate they decided not to do much of anything. Until zelensky called him. Via a teleconference, and in 5 minutes, speaking from the battlefield in Kyiv. He pleaded with these European leaders. For an honest assessment of its country of its country's ambition to join the European Union,

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Yahoo News: How the World Is Punishing Russia for the Ukraine Invasion

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Yahoo News: How the World Is Punishing Russia for the Ukraine Invasion

"There's a piece here at AOL I guess it is Really Yahoo news Since launching an invasion the Ukraine last week Putin and his country have faced intentional international backlash ranging from crippling economic sanctions to condemnation from the worlds of sports and culture There's not been enough kind of nation from the worlds of sports just some Just some And there's not been enough sanctions I don't understand this ratcheting up thing The guys now dropping what do they call those bombs Anyway on schools and hospitals Who doesn't care about life The U.S. taken action against Russia including sending half a $1 billion of military aid group is also freezing the assets of pew and other Russian officials as well as freezing roughly half the country's foreign currency reserves It's also targeting Belarus which is thrown in with Russia of course And its president Alexander Lashley who's allowing his country to be a military base for the assault Let's see the EU said it would be banning Russia today Sputnik and the Russian state media affiliates from the airwaves So they're no longer be able to spread their lives Chancellor a German Chancellor Olaf shoals said in a speech on either Germany would be increasing its defense budget in response to the invasion calling it a turning point in the history of our continent and adding it's clear that we need to invest significantly more on the security of our country What happened to Merkel Miracle used to blame this guy for blocking her from doing these things While she was a fraud and a liar he says he had already announced last week that his country was halting certification of the Nord stream two gas pipeline I'd like this far right Hungarian prime minister Why not just say Hungarian prime minister They don't even make call Putin far

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Germany Shifts Stance Against Russia

Dennis Prager Podcasts

00:59 min | 2 months ago

Germany Shifts Stance Against Russia

"With Russia for diplomacy sake. Mister Schultz's the Chancellor of Germany said. And The Wall Street Journal writes, this is perhaps the biggest shift of all. Since it requires Berlin to reconceive Germany's role in NATO. Germans have long viewed themselves as a bridge between the U.S. and Moscow. It is an attitude tinged with anxiety from their position on the front line of the Cold War. As well as guilt over German war crimes along the eastern front in World War II. Mister Schultz nodded to that history by emphasizing that Germany's argument is with mister Putin, not the Russian people. That point has the virtue of being true, and it may also help mister Schultz bring along pro Russia members of the Social Democratic Party, the SPV, for whom Sunday's new

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Italy and France First to Push Russia From SWIFT Banking System

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:02 min | 2 months ago

Italy and France First to Push Russia From SWIFT Banking System

"This until I read this piece. Credit goes to Italy and France, for changing their minds on swift first. Leaving Germany as the last major holdout. The do you see the number of people protesting in Berlin? It's like a 100,000. That's serious. 100,000 people, in Berlin, all over the world there are protests. I'll tell you, I would love to speak at a protest. Anybody wants to start a big rally here. I want to speak on it. It's one of the few things that could unite everybody. That was a prelude to Chancellor Olaf scholz's speech to parliament on Sunday that's yesterday. In which he announced the most radical overhaul of German security and defense policy, since 19 45. That

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Germany commits 100 billion euros to new armed forces fund

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Germany commits 100 billion euros to new armed forces fund

"Germany commits one hundred billion euros to its new armed forces fund following heavy criticism from its NATO allies German chancellor Olaf Scholz says the country is raising its defense spending above two percent of its GDP with a special military fund Schulz's announcement which came during a special session of Germany's Bundestag Sunday morning was the latest in a series of major shifts in German defense and security policy in response to Russia's invasion the government also announced it would be sending weapons and other supplies directly to Ukraine the move is significant for Germany after it has faced criticism from the US and other NATO allies for not investing adequately in its defense budget I'm Naomi shot in

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The Latest: EU leaders plan summit on Russia-Ukraine crisis

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

The Latest: EU leaders plan summit on Russia-Ukraine crisis

"European leaders plan on in person emergency summit on Thursday evening in Brussels to discuss the tensions between Russia and Ukraine Europe's moving quickly to decide next steps on Russia's moves on Ukraine E. U. council president Sean Michelle says in his invitation letter to the twenty seven leaders thought the use of force and coercion to change borders has no place in the twenty first century while German chancellor Olaf Scholz has already planned to hold a ninety minute virtual meeting of the group of seven leaders on Thursday afternoon that meeting was announced last week Michelle has praised the heads of state and government to ensure reduction of sanctions against Russia until it's suspected plans to invade Ukraine I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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Germany Puts Russian Gas Pipeline on Hold Amid Ukraine Crisis

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:06 min | 3 months ago

Germany Puts Russian Gas Pipeline on Hold Amid Ukraine Crisis

"Now, Chancellor Schultz, the new replacement of Merkel, announced that he won't be sighing the final paperwork for Nord stream two. That's not exactly blowing up Nord stream two, but it's better than nothing. And I remember in the 80s, when meets her own, became the socialist president of France in those era, became as strong as Reagan Vis-à-vis brezhnev and his successors. Do you think there's a chance that Schultz understands he really has to be as tough as meet the Ron was? I do. I'm quite encouraged by Chancellor shows. If you look at he's only been in office a couple of months and he's coming in behind a four term Chancellor in Angela Merkel, and he has, in my view, done all the right moves, which is to say he's consistently aligned with NATO. He came to Washington. He and President Biden made strong statement together. And here we see the actual implementation of what the Biden administration has asked for, which is to shut down Nord stream too.

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Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

Mark Levin

01:18 min | 3 months ago

Ric Grenell: U.S. Weakness Led to Brexit, European Borders Changing

"But when I hear this stuff and you may disagree with me I don't know your view The American people don't care about Ukraine You know the American people didn't care about Austria The American people didn't care about Czechoslovakia The American people didn't care about Poland at one point And then all of a sudden we have the Third Reich I'm not saying this is the Third Reich I'm not even saying this is the old Soviet Union but I don't think we should be so cavalier as people with a public microphone that just blow this sort of thing off I'd be curious about what you think Yeah I actually agree And I would go one step further in that it matters for NATO and it matters for Europe I spent a long time in Berlin hearing from Brussels and Paris and Berlin about why the transatlantic relationship was really about strengthening Europe And I told Chancellor Merkel that the reason why Brexit happened the reason why Crimea happened rewriting of the European borders which is Absolute nightmare Scenario The reason why we've had the borders rewritten in Europe In the last ten years a couple of times is because of weakness from the United States That's just a plain fact

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Putin: Russia ready to discuss confidence-building measures

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Putin: Russia ready to discuss confidence-building measures

"Russian president Vladimir Putin says Moscow is ready the further the talks with the U. S. and NATO speaking after talks with Germany's chancellor Olaf Scholz Putin said Russia is ready to engage in talks on limiting the deployment of intermediate range missiles in Europe transparency of drills and other confidence building measures but emphasizes the need for the west to heed Russia's main to moms the statement comes after Russia announced it's pulling back some troops from exercises that have raised fears of a potential invasion of Ukraine I'm Charles Taylor that's my

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 In Russia's Ukraine plans, how much does the mud matter?

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 3 months ago

In Russia's Ukraine plans, how much does the mud matter?

"German chancellor Alef Schultz is visiting Ukraine part of a flurry of western diplomacy aimed at heading off a feared Russian invasion Schultz plans to continue on to Moscow where he tried to persuade Russian president Vladimir Putin to back down of Ukraine U. S. officials who warned that Russia could attack this week but Moscow denies it has any such plans with concerns rising the tool could be imminent some airlines have canceled flights to the crane in capital and troops that unloaded fresh shipments of weapons from NATO members on Sunday meanwhile Ukraine's air traffic safety agency has issued a statement declaring that as space over the Black Sea to be a zone of potential danger because

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Macron heads to Moscow to try to ease Ukraine tensions

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 3 months ago

Macron heads to Moscow to try to ease Ukraine tensions

"As as as as the the the the leader leader leader leader France France France France holds holds holds holds talks talks talks talks in in in in Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. president president president president is is is is hosting hosting hosting hosting Germany's Germany's Germany's Germany's leader leader leader leader today today today today at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House with with with with White White White White House House House House national national national national security security security security advisor advisor advisor advisor Jake Jake Jake Jake Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan Sullivan on on on on fox fox fox fox news news news news warning warning warning warning Russia Russia Russia Russia could could could could invade invade invade invade Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine any any any any day day day day we we we we are are are are in in in in the the the the window window window window president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden will will will will be be be be meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with German German German German chancellor chancellor chancellor chancellor all all all all of of of of Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz in in in in Washington Washington Washington Washington focusing focusing focusing focusing on on on on the the the the standoff standoff standoff standoff in in in in twenty twenty twenty twenty fifteen fifteen fifteen fifteen France France France France and and and and Germany Germany Germany Germany were were were were able able able able to to to to broker broker broker broker a a a a peace peace peace peace deal deal deal deal for for for for eastern eastern eastern eastern Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine to to to to end end end end hostilities hostilities hostilities hostilities between between between between Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian Ukrainian and and and and Russian Russian Russian Russian backed backed backed backed forces forces forces forces Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz after after after after meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with president president president president by by by by didn't didn't didn't didn't today today today today next next next next week week week week will will will will travel travel travel travel to to to to Kiev Kiev Kiev Kiev and and and and Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow French French French French president president president president Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel Emmanuel macron macron macron macron before before before before heading heading heading heading to to to to Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow spoke spoke spoke spoke with with with with president president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden by by by by phone phone phone phone saying saying saying saying that that that that they they they they discussed discussed discussed discussed ongoing ongoing ongoing ongoing diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic diplomatic and and and and deterrence deterrence deterrence deterrence efforts efforts efforts efforts in in in in response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's military military military military buildup buildup buildup buildup along along along along Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's Ukraine's borders borders borders borders I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn

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Germany urged to 'wake up' over Ukraine-Russia crisis, before it's too late

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Germany urged to 'wake up' over Ukraine-Russia crisis, before it's too late

"Germany Germany Germany Germany faces faces faces faces heavy heavy heavy heavy criticism criticism criticism criticism over over over over where where where where it it it it stands stands stands stands with with with with Russian Russian Russian Russian Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine tensions tensions tensions tensions ahead ahead ahead ahead of of of of chancellor chancellor chancellor chancellor Olaf Olaf Olaf Olaf Scholz Scholz Scholz Scholz first first first first visit visit visit visit to to to to Washington Washington Washington Washington while while while while Schultz Schultz Schultz Schultz says says says says Moscow Moscow Moscow Moscow would would would would pay pay pay pay a a a a high high high high price price price price in in in in the the the the event event event event of of of of an an an an attack attack attack attack the the the the German German German German leaders leaders leaders leaders response response response response to to to to Russia's Russia's Russia's Russia's aggression aggression aggression aggression against against against against Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine has has has has drawn drawn drawn drawn criticism criticism criticism criticism both both both both abroad abroad abroad abroad and and and and at at at at home home home home this this this this government's government's government's government's refusal refusal refusal refusal to to to to supply supply supply supply lethal lethal lethal lethal weapons weapons weapons weapons to to to to Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine Ukraine increase increase increase increase its its its its troop troop troop troop presence presence presence presence in in in in Eastern Eastern Eastern Eastern Europe Europe Europe Europe and and and and declare declare declare declare which which which which sanctions sanctions sanctions sanctions it it it it would would would would support support support support against against against against Russia Russia Russia Russia has has has has left left left left many many many many U. 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UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s Luck May Have Just Run Out

"Of rule breaking runs into a crisis, according to The Economist, the telegraph says Rishi sunak, who is their Chancellor of the exchequer, the smart young guy, the 41 year old, didn't show up in common just in his support the boss. The Tories will be buried if they ignore the real lessons behind Boris's fall. Alistair heath of the telegraph writes. Tory benches packed out for bloodsport as Boris Johnson reaches new heights of cringe, according to Madeline grant in the telegraph. Boris Johnson is toast, if Susan grey comes back and says anything other than he's completely innocent and that's not going to happen. Then conflicting

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"chancellors" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

The Breakdown with NLW

02:09 min | 4 months ago

"chancellors" Discussed on The Breakdown with NLW

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New German Chancellor holds talks in Paris, Brussels

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

New German Chancellor holds talks in Paris, Brussels

"The the new new German German chancellor chancellor left left shields shields is is holding holding talks talks with with your your leaders leaders and and senior senior officials officials on on issues issues including including Eastern Eastern Europe Europe tensions tensions Schultz Schultz was was met met with with French French president president Emmanuel Emmanuel macron macron as as both both nations nations are are making making efforts efforts towards towards the the de de escalation escalation of of tensions tensions between between Russia Russia and and Ukraine Ukraine the the leaders leaders spoke spoke during during Schultz's Schultz's first first visit visit abroad abroad off off to to his his coalition coalition government government was was sworn sworn in in earlier earlier in in the the week week the the German German chancellor chancellor is is next next in in Brussels Brussels to to meet meet with with the the European European Union Union and and NATO NATO officials officials Schultz Schultz says says we we all all view view the the situation situation on on the the Ukraine Ukraine border border with with concern concern the the talks talks come come as as president president Joe Joe Biden Biden this this week week moved moved to to take take a a more more direct direct role role in in diplomacy diplomacy between between Ukraine Ukraine and and Russia Russia I'm I'm Charles Charles hello hello this this month month

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Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Scholz succeeds Merkel as German chancellor, opening new era

"Schultz Schultz has has become become Germany's Germany's ninth ninth post post World World War War two two chancellor chancellor opening opening a a new new era era for for the the E. E. U.'s U.'s most most populous populous nation nation and and launch launch the the calling calling me me off off to to Merkel Merkel sixteen sixteen year year tenure tenure Schultz Schultz is is government government takes takes office office with with high high hopes hopes of of modernizing modernizing Germany Germany on on combating combating climate climate change change but but faces faces the the immediate immediate challenge challenge of of handling handling the the country's country's toughest toughest phase phase yet yet of of the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic lawmakers lawmakers voted voted with with a a wide wide margin margin to to elections elections Merkel Merkel who's who's no no longer longer a a member member of of parliament parliament looked looked on on from from the the spectators spectators gallery gallery as as the the vote vote took took place place lawmakers lawmakers gave gave her her a a standing standing ovation ovation as as the the session session started started I'm I'm Charles Charles to to look look at at my my

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 Deal to make Scholz German chancellor clears final hurdle

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Deal to make Scholz German chancellor clears final hurdle

"Three three Ponti Ponti deal deal to to form form a a new new German German government government and and the the center center left left leader leader Olaf Olaf Scholz Scholz has has cleared cleared its its final final hurdle hurdle setting setting the the scene scene for for shields shields to to succeed succeed longtime longtime chancellor chancellor Angela Angela Merkel Merkel this this week week Germany's Germany's environmentalist environmentalist greens greens say say their their rank rank and and file file members members approved approved the the agreement agreement reached reached last last month month with with eighty eighty six six percent percent voting voting for for it it in in a a ballot ballot the the other other two two parties parties Schulz Schulz his his center center left left social social Democrats Democrats under under the the pro pro business business free free Democrats Democrats overwhelmingly overwhelmingly approved approved agreement agreement act act weekend weekend conventions conventions the the coalition coalition aims aims to to modernize modernize Europe's Europe's biggest biggest economy economy step step up up efforts efforts against against climate climate change change and and introduce introduce more more liberal liberal social social policies policies I'm I'm Charles Charles the the last last month month a a three three party party deal deal to to form form a a new new German German government government and and the the center center left left leader leader Olaf Olaf Scholz Scholz has has cleared cleared its its final final hurdle hurdle setting setting the the scene scene for for shields shields to to succeed succeed longtime longtime chancellor chancellor Angela Angela Merkel Merkel this this week week Germany's Germany's

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

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:04 min | 9 months ago

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

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

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

03:17 min | 9 months ago

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

"Again kind of liffey mood this for my notes i moved to google dot. Now i'm really going to hand. I'm going down my okay. I'm just in this just feeling in the outline. And then once i feel the outline. I'm like i wasn't even a quota way done with the story. But i'm like okay i can see. It just helped me put this time together. Okay this high acting go about writing this. Thanks actually go to got what he outlined in. Okay now it's going to be a day one is going to be day-to is going to be day three and i'm just i'm writing just writing it right. I'm not worried about structure format School news. I'm just writing this shit how i will just naturally say to my tongue. How takes i'm just writing it just like that. Once i got a finished a whole host or vessel started going back in just editing revise in Said but don't tell me four months to write the store and then that was with me bullshitting bullish in. So i could never wrote a whole lot faster if i wasn't but you own took almost like started writing in july so obvious september november finished in november. No the athens november March ever yeah and then with foam later so eight months total shit on april fourth twenty twenty saying they got locked up in china the year prior our release part one. Which is the free. Both now amazon and i was while still in pre-sale i was ranked number one in three jars. Yeah and that the titles perfect is like bone macroom back. Were title forcing days beijing. So can't you sad for those now. Listen hip-hopping no saying future. Set you up saying that you can compare it to fifty six nights mixed tape by future. It's about his producer. Dj esco they had a had a show in dubai but has just they flew from yesterday. So of course. Halloween and stuff from answer them on flight and it was all in a bags in. Dj esco was last person. Can everybody backs why they got to produce a cannot bags. I don't know sam but yes in the airport folks over in dubai stop camps random. Check the bags on drugs so he got the dj guy locked up. Fifty six nights in dubai has like four. Today's beijing fifty six nights. Has that rains. Okay dan what is this and then you look at the cover. What i'm saying. See me at that point in time. This picture me. I recreate a mugshot. So you got jack. And i have owned now. I had to recreate a jacket that was literally the uniform. Jackie a war in beijing jail six. I know certain up on the jagged. That's literally how the jacket. If fourteen days straight in beijing jail six. You've got handcuffs. I'm ahead is down. But i'm looking at the camera. Light fucked up..

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

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

05:46 min | 9 months ago

"chancellors" 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 actually somebody from the appreciate that so chancellor so your app pat you know. Say yeah it'd been in any trouble or anything. 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 Nah i 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. Take a long way so is easier said than down for at upbringing too. But i'm not gonna say because i'm 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 our squad 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 life. 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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"chancellors" Discussed on        Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

Voices Of Courage (Walk The Talk)

04:00 min | 9 months ago

"chancellors" 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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"chancellors" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Hour. We'll see if super Producer Coop can make it two wins in a row. That would be no right now, though, Let's head down the boulder and bring in the outstanding athletic director for the University of Colorado. That would be our friend Rick George Rick how, as the spring treated you so far That spray is treated me well so far. Thank you, Jo Jo and a big our great to be on with you guys. You know it, Z a bright outlook for the Pac 12. I think right now, Rick. I wanted to ask you Um, about the hire of George. Um, clear. Come on. Come on. You can do it out. You know that. Genetically so therefore it, Alfred. Plea of top right. Clear. Carly. There you go. Okay. So clear. Clear of cough is our new Athletic director. I mean, what's the formal title? He's the commissioner, the new commissioner for the Pac 12 coming from coming from resort from the MGM resort from the MGM resorts. Now this is what I want to ask you OK, because we I feel like with Larry Scott. We took him step backwards as A conference in the Pac 12 because we played those late games. What would you like to see happen with the Pac 12 going forward now that we have new direction? Look I want I think George is a really good choice and really looking forward to working with him moving forward. You know, we we've gotta We've gotta fix our TV. We've got to re negotiate a deal in the next few years. Um You know, so that's gonna be paramount. But you know, we've gotta also enhance our reputation. I think he can help with that as a conference. You know, we didn't get a lot of respect in basketball and look what we did when we went to the NC double a tournament. I think the same thing's gonna happen in football. We've got a lot of great nonconference games that they're gonna be played. And of course that's playing at empower Field against Am on 9 11. Eyes part of that, and you know we've got to win, and I think he can help us do that. I think negotiating the TV deal is going to be extremely important. But also, you know, opening up his role of Dex and getting more corporate sponsors and generating more revenue for the member institutions is gonna be a priority. How long ago? Do you think that this process should have begun that do you think it took a little too long to get to this point? You mean as far as as far as a star as the change the change being made? Well, look, you know, I'm uh I'm glad they made. I'm glad to change was made. Um you know whether they should have done it earlier, not. I mean, you know you presidents and chancellors can answer that one. But, um, you know, I'm just I'm glad we're at the point where we are today, and that's you know, we've got new leadership and I think you know, I talked to George this morning. He reached out to me and I appreciated that, and he's ready to go to work. You know, one of the major complaints that I had, and my teammates have no from my old days of playing games at one o'clock, and Poulson was These night games just don't make sense for college football fans for Pac 12 teams. It just doesn't make sense. It's almost like we're afraid to compete against the SEC on the end up in the big 10 or day games. It just doesn't make sense. Do you look at it the same way or you relish the opportunity. Bee the eight o'clock game on a Saturday night, which is 10 o'clock game on the East Coast or 11 o'clock game on the East Coast. No, I don't love that it all out. You know for us, though. You know, we're one a few conferences that complain that night time slot, So there's gonna be some of that moving forward and again. I think the Devils will be in the details when we talk about what the new TV deal looks like. Look, I like to 10 A.m. Fox game. I think that's a good game for us to play and you know when you play it, 12 Eastern On a Saturday. You're part of the conversation the rest of the day on that's gonna be important for us. You know, to elevate our reputation to be on that game. You look at the USC Arizona State game when USC came back and beat them. They were talking about that all day and night. On the on the ESPN and Fox and CBS and all the other, uh, channels that had that you know, had football on so I think it's important for us to play early in the day. Yeah, because we're part of the conversation the rest of the day, and when we played eight o'clock couple things, there's not as many people watching it. On How hard was that to deal with from an 80 standpoint, and how excited are you that it looks like things are getting ready to return to a sense of normalcy? Well, look, last year was this. Like you said the last 15 months have been a struggle. There's been a lot of ups and downs. I give a lot of credit to our student athletes, their perseverance through. We're going to play. We're not going to play. We're gonna practice. We can't practice. You know all the different things. We lost three games not because of our doing, but because of our opponents and And that was challenging on them and football and all of our sports, You know it was really difficult. And so it's been a challenging here. I'm I'm excited about what's ahead, though, as actually things Opening up more and you know, we're gonna have a great fall. And you know, I was just on a trip with Tad Boyle and and Carl and our fan base is pretty fired up about you know what's ahead for us. You know, Rick, it would be fantastic for you to just say right now that that stadium will be open and we'll be back to Cheron on the Colorado Buffaloes in that first game back in and wholesome field is that the case is that the sense that you're getting Yep, That's the sense I'm getting. I'm ou know, Mom telling our team we're worth. You know, everybody's coming back in the office June one, and, you know, we're rolling up our sleeves and we're gonna put on a great show this Paul and you know, my hope and my anticipation and I'm cautiously optimistic that we'll be filling up Folsom. And that's what we need to do. All right, man. I'm so looking forward to it. I'm ready to sing that fight song in person, my man. So you and me both, so I can't wait for it, man we appreciate She joining us, Rick, You got it. Thanks, Jo Jo. Thanks. Big guy out. You guys have a good weekend. Absolutely right. You have a tremendous weekend as well. That is Rick George, the athletic director at athletic director at the University of Colorado. Forward to its the more those day games till Joe Full stadium Full Folsom Field. How about the day games at 10? O'clock 11 o'clock one p.m.. Those college football fans out there. That's where we're looking forward to. I'm just looking forward to go into a bus came with rock star Alfred Williams. 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"chancellors" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" 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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"chancellors" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" 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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"chancellors" Discussed on The Dictionary

The Dictionary

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" 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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"chancellors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Why is college football? But why is the big 10 back? Why is it back? Yeah, I think we would all be in agreement that the financial component The financial component whether it's going to be mentioned at the top of interviews. By members of the the Badgers or members of the Big 10 or presidents and chancellors or not, I don't know They're probably to downplay that factor. It's huge. I'm going to try to recoup some of the losses that they've had. But what the lead with is it safe for now? The health and safety of our players is Mohr. Assured As much as you're going to sure, Anyway of anything right now is more assured right now than it was on August, 11th will share some of those details. That was shared with the chancellors and the president's Keep that mind to just from a logistics standpoint, Barry Alvarez didn't vote. It was a chancellor Rebecca Blank vote the chancellors and or presidents for each Big 10 University. Had the vote. It wasn't the commissioner of the Big 10, which has he's been painted in the not greatest of light, either in all this Well, he's just the enforcer. This was this was thie. In essence, the act the academics, academia as it were, because all these principle You know individuals like presidents and chancellors. They're all coming from different angles, and they have degrees and multiple degrees, usually from different areas. I think there's even one president or chance of the big 10. That is, in fact, an epidemiologist. Michigan. Maybe at any rate. We'll get to some of those details. Some of the science behind the decision now that we've established financial Factor's very much in play. We'll do that a couple of minutes. But first, let's check in with Tony better. He's got some headlines. All right. Thank you. Scott Air Force One is in the Air President Trump on his way to the Badger State. Tonight. We'll be speaking in Mohseni expected to give remarks starting around eight o'clock Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson supposed to be on board with him, but he's under quarantine after a spokesman says he was exposed to someone with covert 19 earlier this week, Johnson testing negative last night. He's not showing any symptoms, according to that spokesman Wisconsin Democrats are hoping to get another fundraising boost from Hollywood. The cast of Parks and Recreation Holding a virtual town hall tonight said to raise money for the Wisconsin Democratic Party, a similar event held Sunday with the cast from the movie Princess Bride. And despite moving forward with the Big 10 football season, UW athletic director Barry Alvarez says fans will be on the outside looking in Alvarez tells Wisconsin's afternoon news. New revelations medically cleared the way to move forward for the conference, though he did admit a season without football would cost the university around $100 million time for the W T. M. J. Drake and Associates. Market UPDATE. US stocks fell today is technology shares dropped. The Dow Jones industrial Average was down 130 points the S and P 500 drop 5000.84% and the NASDAQ composite fell. 1.27% technology shares fell today. Facebook and Amazon were down 3.3 and 2.2%, respectively. Netflix decreased 2.8%, an Apple and Microsoft were both down more than 1% each. Ford Rose 3.7% today after the automakers said it plans to differentiate its upcoming All Electric F 1 50 pickup from Tesla and General Motors competitive offerings by pivoting the heavy duty hauling and towing rather than recreation and economic news. The latest US weekly jobless claims came in slightly better than expected first time claims for unemployment insurance totaled 860,000 in the weekend in September, 12 for drinking associates. I'm Brad Allen, Financial advisor for news radio. O w T M J T T M J W ay dot com Time saver TRAFFIC No major issues on the roads you do have crashed. This is in Jefferson County. 94 blast found right at the exit to County Highway after Jefferson County, So it looks like you are stable, able to get by it. But there is a Cho truck in squad cars on the scene. Just be aware of that. Otherwise you're moving well. 94 outbound downtown through the zoo all dwelt highway 16 17 total minutes 41 45 South bound from highway Q to the zoo looking good 14 there no issues..

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"chancellors" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Indictments announced Wednesday, part of a broader effort by the Trump administration to call out cyber crimes by China. Of the US is preparing to declare that all international sanctions against Iran had been restored that despite overwhelming opposition, few countries think restoring all international sanctions is legal and the US move could provoke a credibility crisis at the United Nations. Virtually alone in it. The Trump Administration will announced Saturday that U. N sanctions on Iran that were seized under the 2015 dealer back on the other members of the U. N Security Council, including US allies of the US lost its legal standing to act when the president withdrew from the nuclear accord. A former FBI director James Comey, will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee before the end of the month for that, according to panel chair Senator Lindsey Graham. He made the announcement Wednesday. On Fox News. James Comey has agreed to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee on September the 30th without a subpoena. Appreciate Mr Comey coming before the committee, he will be respectfully treated, but asked hard questions. We're negotiating with McCabe. Mr McKay. We're hoping to get him without a subpoena till Mueller has declined the invitation of the committee to appear to explain his report after the Horowitz of report. He says he doesn't have enough time. September The 30th 30th will have Mr Comey before the committee and I look forward to it. But I've been telling your viewers for a long time that we would try toe having accounting for what happened with Crossfire. Hurricane How did it gets off the rails? How was thief? Isa Court misled multiple times. What that day is coming. I'm proud of our committee. We will also interview the people who interviewed the sub source. And we're getting to the bottom of what happened. And we'll have a hearing on September 30th for Mr Comey, and hopefully Mr McKay will come in. He's out all over. The place we've invited struck to come. He's selling a book. I'll see if Mr Struck will come without a subpoena. Comey recently insisting everybody involved in the Russia probe was quote trying to do the right thing, he told CBS recently wasn't concerned about John Durham's probe. All federal watchdog has found that companies seeking relief from the president's taxes on imported steel and aluminum ran into long delays and cumbersome paperwork. The U. S Government Accountability Office reporting that the Commerce Department overwhelmed by companies lobbying to avoid the tariffs, couldn't meet its own deadline for processing around 3/4 of the requests and commerce rejected nearly 1/5 of the applications before weighing the merits of the appeal, because The paperwork was incomplete or included errors. The Big 10 is giving football ago after all, less than five weeks after postponing fall sports to spring because of the Corona virus pandemic. The conference changed course. The big 10 says It's Council of Presidents and chancellors voted unanimously to restart sports. It plans to begin its season October 23rd with an eight game schedule for each team, the development of rapid daily testing for the current virus was a major factor in the decision. Athletes who do test positive for Corona virus will also have to have their heart. Tested as the reason the big 10 was not going to play football in the first place. Many athletes who tested positive for Corona virus were experiencing Heart problems after the facts For behind the scenes.

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"chancellors" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Livid with a decision made by their president's chancellors. And then father commissioner and Kevin Warren. Me. Nebraska. Furious Ohio State. Furious. Michigan, Iowa, Penn State, all of them You're looking at 1927 Yanks above the big tent man and they all wanted to play. They are extremely disappointed and angry, mean Nebraska is still By all by reports. Still looking to play football and not in the spring. 10 bucks, But we know Ray Anderson, president of Arizona State reports are they're looking to still play football now legally. I don't know if they can But I don't remember that many institutions. Of a conference like the Big 10 all being Angry, disappointed. Any negative adjective and and feeling you can have toward their presidents and chancellors and There, Commissioner. About and for the same reason. And the same decision at the same time I still wanted if the big one would have made this decision of the Mid American conference did not stop football on Saturday. That was pretty. We've had that conversation oftheir. We talked about it last night. I think that gave Kevin warned the the ammo he needed to say to the presidents and chancellors. All right, let's have a vote because Conference USA if they had done it too far with the big tent, they play Mid American conference schools. I wonder how much of that along with the information that he was receiving led him to make that decision. The Big 10 and now it's not gonna get any easier to the blowback is going to be vicious. It may not be any blowback we hear. It's going to be vicious enough that Kevin Warren is going to hear that. Well, I wonder also. What's going to happen when or if. If the SEC does play ball He has a son and plays a Mississippi state. It's all about player safety. I'm allowed. There's a lot of people out there that are. We're going to be watching going. Art is his son going to play and would allow his son and he allows his son to play. He may need to erect a wall around the offices of Big 10 conference. Keep the pupil pitchforks and fire trying to take him out of that castle. You have to worry about that Coach is coming from you. That's a whole different conversation. Any chick on toward a common ESPN fits, ESPN says While disappointed won't be called football, it's still the safest decision. We're all aware how much money schools will be losing and the fact that they are willing to sacrifice that is huge. But yes, this will hit smaller places and conference is really hard. For example, the mid American conference Keep playing like that would love to see you have to say it. Coleman, ESPN, and it fits ESPN. We're going to circle back to this when it comes to the Big Ten's decision, the pact all decision and how the other three big boys are gonna have full steam ahead. At least right now it comes to college football. 2020. We're going to talk about that in 20 minutes, but we're going to talk about a 61 meaning that number Number five another number. And if you call somebody's mama, you get 20 games. If you bang on trash cans, you don't get anything for Major league baseball. That's next on ESPN radio has.

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"chancellors" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"chancellors" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's got nothing to do. Hold on John chancellors and remembers, But I have no idea what John Chancellor's politics were, do you I think I think I knew, but he didn't manifest him in his podcast. If you knew your probably because you were in D. C. I didn't know Walter. I didn't know Walter was a lefty until he retired. I didn't honestly know that until he retired. But now I know everybody. Everybody on air. I know how they're going to vote, and I think that has really Opened up the opportunity for the returning news. I'll come back to that. Where is the race? Fred? We had two poles yesterday. Pretty worthless poles. CBS. You gob right at registered voters 1000 1225 in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, respectively. Joe Biden plus six. That doesn't tell us much. But what does it tell you? Well, it tells us that something we probably figured it was happening. It was going to happen. And that was it. Trump you know who was down by the team Ah few weeks ago with the sort of Incheon his way back. But Trump really, really has dealt with with the biggest problem he has, and it's not really by TIO voters. I don't think of paying much attention to you, but it's the negatives, the voters that and up in the high fifties Who say that the one thing they want in this election is to defeat Donald Trump, and you know they don't care much about about by troop has to do something about that. He's got to be a better candidate. He's got saying, Ah ah, stop doing dumb things. I think the things he did yesterday announcing his plan Ah for ah, not accepting what the Democrats wanted him to do, which was unacceptable. Ah is it is the right thing to do so some of the things which is if he wants to do with things that Congress ought to pass, But you can get away with them. I think including hey could just have Thie administration just not collect The security tax and the attacks cut at least for a few months by Imposed by Trump. I think these things will help. Some. I believe Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer badly overplayed their hand again. They always do it because they're afraid I want to close with this. What's happened to the Democrats, Fred? Is they? William Lacy Clay lost after 20 years in the house. He's a hard left progressive Democrat, but he lost to a you know, a black lives matter. Activists preacher in in ST Louis. I think Chuck Schumer is afraid of in a primary. I think Nancy Pelosi is afraid of losing her job. I think they've lost their party to there to there Wing In the way that maybe the Republicans lost the party to the cold water rights and 64 This is not the way you win. It isn't the way you win, and they it's not. They think, probably rightly that they're losing their party to the far left in their party. I think they're terrified. Of that wing of the party. Which is is ah, probably not nearly as big as they think, but one with a good deal when they see elections like the one the primaries like the one in ST Louis was part of that. Congress would play been in office for 20 years loses to some no name in the Democratic primary that they have reason to be worried. Every time it's it's remarkable 20 years his father was in Congress. He had been a Legislature. He was a progressive Democrat, and still they got him. Chuck Schumer knows he's going to run for his seat. That's the bottom line. Fred.

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"chancellors" 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

"chancellors" 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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"chancellors" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

Dear Dyslexic Podcast

06:01 min | 2 years ago

"chancellors" Discussed on Dear Dyslexic Podcast

"But something that I see institution that case when I was a part of a common needed needed to embrace stat And people since that that is something appreciated valued and people. I'm sure you're comfortable to Be dyslexic and feel that they were they. Contributions would be valued or if they were students. That Any system to be adjusted to support them would be sitting there well supported by the coverage. Have there been Anything that you've learned overseas while you're in England or Germany that you've been able to bring across an implement no no not directly other than to be aware of that they Live of capability Not both to diagnose and support people is just on the order of magnitude different. And how he how in need We are in Australia. A significant uplift in the capability to identify And accommodate back in college right across education system So Yeah it's more knowing what you know sit set me. He's not good away a lot better. Looks like Yeah I think that today. I've taken away from those places and for you on a personal level house does dyslexia affect you. I mean you've had some really high little high up rolls and Highly Shit Rolls and you've sat on boards as well and that's not easy Being a board member myself and having to do a day job so what strategies have you put in place is to be able to manage such a high where clay's really actually the sixers. Big Help on that. Because it means I came to say the big picture in things quite quickly And sitting in all different kind of governance roles being able to see the big picture in the essentially shoes He's a really big help To doing that I you know I have to allow time forgetting three papers. And things is the combination. made it for that Para being able to join the dots and see what really matters and ask the questions. That kind of cut through those things. I think Much as you do those things And you know and the most practical ways he's You know I was very fortunate but Fish may jaw which was a McKinsey They had brief raiders. God senior uh-huh huge help And so I've always been fortunate since then to make sure that I think working with me a good pre freighters yeah I still have to live with the embarrassment of sending vows with us. You know. Wha- seventy proofreading say you know where woods left out You know flip something around or used the wrong you know used to the funny thing wrong with our And people sometimes get a little puzzled as to why you know they. They didn't realize and dyslexic. If they think I maybe I just writing to Vice. Few words out used their own And of course I look back and see it so There's just a little way use. I've gotten used to living with the kind of low Lebaron Comes with that. And pushing on jobless yeah. I had a colleague that she proofreads my work for me and she said to me the the other day did you miss words that I said yes she said Yeah. I'm starting to see the patent. Now when I pref- read for us. I know what to look out for. And she said it see I realize now it's Edward. Get Smith store the odds letter at the end of the word. y'All say now she said it's even easier for me to proofread because I can see exactly what I need to kind of look out for. And that makes it easier for her. But at is that low level embarrassment sitting level in the workplace that you'd making those simple mistakes. Well I find for myself anyway. Yeah for sure and better must be as I think as you get up the higher up you get if you're able to get an A.. Or certain assistance assist feeble. It can assist you it makes it easier. Yeah yeah the tricky thing McCain's even in the most junior role ahead because it was really committed to quality that anything's going out to clients always go proof-read anyway So it was just part of what you know. Quality looked like And that may this time I like I listen to special case ice pot of you know the normal making sure good quality things had his. was somebody dedicated to keeping an eye out for those you spell words short words or whatever it was and you know. I don't normal because the system just automatically accommodated It was re. It really is a huge positive. How did you manage with all the readings any studying law? Did you have sentenced strategy. And it's really hot. I'm a slow yeah I was I still am. I'm a slow reader And so you know I got I got very good at being tactical rate up You know so I Laws about reading case after case case And so I would get take spoke out and find out what the principal was before I read the case.

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"chancellors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"chancellors" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"For Provosts deans and chancellors say potential source of savings for the financially strapped campus in two other lawmakers they are representatives. Mike Conley of Cambridge Christine barber of Somerville. Also support. The proposal is your stuff that's labeled made in the USA really from the US of A, plenty of items that claim to be American made have another story because fennel -ties are so lax many products. You purchase aren't telling the whole truth when claiming to be made in the USA, the problem is especially difficult because plenty of items contain parts made in the US and in foreign countries James calm with the federal Drake commission that sometimes consumers face outright deception product is wholly imported from another country, and is labeled made me laissez or there's a sticker put over a maiden China. Vast majority of products at some Fard input. Stephan Kaufman, CBS news nine nineteen. Just a few minutes away from the opening bell on Wall Street, and it looks like the market is going to stumble right out of the gate to the Dow is flirting with a triple digit loss also red numbers in the s&p five hundred and NASDAQ as well, we'll guess who's coming to dinner ABC's. Todd ant has details on some. Bad company. Tennessee men return home to find a naked stranger sitting on his couch, drinking juice, the resident tried to communicate with a guy in his birthday suit who responded by screaming and dropping the juice when officers asked to leave the home. He did wearing only t shirt 67-year-old James Wooten was taken into custody on charges including aggravated burglary, and in Florida authorities in Dunedin are looking for a man who they say burglarized a little league concession stand wearing nothing more than a ball, cap and gloves the burglar stole cameras and a cash box with two hundred fifty dollars inside and caused five thousand dollars in damage. Todd ant ABC news more than a dozen travelers recovering this morning after getting sick on a flight into Boston all of them victims of apparent food poisoning students and chaperons report of a larger group that left Ecuador and we're traveling back home on a connecting. American Airlines flight from Miami, those victims taken from Logan to Mass General for treatment all of them expected to make a full recovery. Well, today, April twenty second the world celebrates the plan. It is Earth Day and during times of increasing talk of climate change. This year's focus is all about the animals twenty-second has marked Earth Day since the nineteen seventies aimed at raising awareness about the effect. We have on our environment Earth Day dot org says one hundred ninety two countries now Mark the day, and it's the largest civic focus day of action in the world. This year's focuses on protecting endangered species from bees to coral reefs Wales. Two elephants all of which are being threatened by things like climate change habitat loss poaching or other human causes each species plays an important role in the environment and their absence could threaten the livelihood of other species. Mark Remillard, ABC.

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