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"chapman university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Them so sick of these politicians in this state I can't take it anymore. They're all worried about what Trump is doing. How about we worry about what the hell you're doing? The Via, and major veterans groups have condemned the insurrection of the U. S. Capitol. But some groups worry that vets are being unfairly singled out. John Router is the spokesman for the American Legion, the radicalization among certain fringe elements. We don't see it is Morpher problem for Veterans of America. In general, the American Legion has a program to confront the suicide among veterans. They even have legion posts inside prisons to help rehabilitate veterans. You don't have similar programs to confront extremism directly, even though days before the insurrection, a San Diego newspaper uncovered a local post commander who boasted about being a member of the far right group, The proud boys. He'd see me is a professor on violent extremism at Chapman University. He says Veterans groups are just one small part of a broader nation wide crisis. We're way behind able. I mean, we just have not dealt with this problem in a meaningful way. We don't have a national strategy and state and local resources aren't there. See me says the number of hate groups spiked during the Obama administration. There was a major resurgence after Obama's election and away and there was a number of different factors not unlike what we see today that we're helping propel that. And we did nothing We did We. In fact, we denied that it was a problem. Much of the research into de radicalizing people who have taken up violent extremism centers around Islamic extremism. See me says, and as far a specific intervention programs. Designed specifically for veterans. It's just it's not there. Tony McAleer, author of the Cure for Hate, says vets have long been a target of extremist groups. I can see how Perhaps people Get manipulated by their patriotism, you know, and duped into doing things that you know when you take a step back on. You know, I can't believe I did that. MCA Lira, former neo Nazi and a Canadian vet counsels people trying to leave extremist groups. He says. Some veterans of recent wars come back to sensitize the other cultures after being put into situations where they cannot always tell friend from foe. You have to dehumanize other human beings, you know, to prepare people for violence, you have to dehumanize the target first nearly a decade ago, Mac Lir also helped found life after hate, which now has a federal grant to help those trying to leave violent extremist groups. Spokesman Dimitrios Cleanses says the difference between now in a decade ago is that people are speaking more openly about the threat of domestic radical extremism. People will hopefully more people will get the help they need. Before they become radicalized to violence before they actually take that last and final step in the wake of the siege of the capital, And as awareness grows, there's a hope that veterans groups will be more openly involved themselves in deradicalization programs. After all these air the groups that veterans often turned to first for help. For NPR news. I'm Steve Walsh. Now we have a story on the geopolitics of distributing vaccines. Russia's President Vladimir Putin oversaw an effort to develop a vaccine, which he has now rushing to get into the arms of his fellow citizens. But also exporting around the world. NPR's Lucian Kim reports. Russia has the fourth highest covert 19 caseload after the United States, India and Brazil. Officials say more than 60,000. Russians have already died. But even amid so much gloom, President Putin has found a reason to be proud. Now, Voxant she's getting the solution is right shooting at a government meeting Wednesday, he called the Russian made vaccines but McVee the best in the world. For Putin. The vaccine is not just about saving people's lives. It's also an opportunity to project Russian soft power. It's definitely Putin's product, and it's kind of like Russia national champion here We have a vaccine, which has the backing off the Kremlin and the whole state run PR machinery to promote it. That's Alexandra. Go boo. If of the Carnegie Moscow Center a think tank, it addresses the generating concern to provide vaccinations for the Russian population. But it's also a tool to improve Russia's position in the global competition for in class. Hardly a day goes by without an announcement on social media of a new international deal for the vaccine, Argentina began vaccination with Russia's Putin the vaccine Mass that according to the makers of the vaccine, it's already been registered in half a dozen countries and there are plans to jointly produced in India, Brazil, China and elsewhere. Required double dose of Sputnik V cost Listen, $20 and Russia's approaching countries that have not been able to secure supplies of more expensive Western vaccines. Alexander God. Buddha says Russia has an image problem in the United States and Europe. Russia developing and reliable vaccine is something that most off the advanced democracies one believing and because Russia is not the only country that provides this Vital commodity they turned to reliable suppliers could believe, says the Kremlin has used its English language TV channel Russia today to spread disinformation in the West. And now it's using the channel to advertise Sputnik v. Makers of the vaccine claim it has nothing to do with politics. Recently. The scientist who let its development Alexander Ginsberg made a telling remark on Russian TV character than the Sicilian You're playing North store. Once Europeans realized Sputnik V can save their lives, he said. Vote for politicians who also understand that Ginsberg may have been referring to neighboring Ukraine, which Russia invaded in 2014. Ukraine has found itself at the back of the line for Western vaccines, and Putin's allies there are pushing Kiev to take up the Kremlin's offer of Sputnik V. Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dimitri Colaba told the TV interviewer. Ukraine will pass You fucked up number controversially, he said. Russia is more interested in using Sputnik V s propaganda than helping Ukrainians. That kind of resistance is not deterring Putin. Russia is now asking the European Union to approve its vaccine. Lucian Kim. NPR NEWS Moscow.
Artist Bruce Sulzberg on painting Rafael Nadal
"Welcome to the tennis dot. Com Pot guest. I'm one of your host. Nina Pantic joined in this episode by my co host. Irena Falconi! Hey, guys! How's it going? And we have a very interesting episode of everyone today we are with the owner artists of cells media. Fine Arts Bruce Cells Bruce Welcome thank you, thank you so much for having me. Bruce? Do you have a very interesting story? I don't think a lot of people know it has to do with Ross doll. You don't usually have artists on our show, so that's why this is very unique and special you wanNA. Tell everyone story when it comes to tennis. Even if you're not a player or coach or tournament organizer, so let's start with you know where you are in the world during this quarantine and how your life is going these days, it's been very interesting. Interesting just like I would say probably ninety nine point. Nine percent of the world is trying to figure out what the hell you're. GonNa do during his time. you know the one fortunate part about it as being an artist, I've been locked in the studio painting new paintings and working with different ideas and working with RAF and his team Carlos Costa to figure out new and inventive ways to drive in bill business and do things that we are currently not used to doing. So it's been. It's been a wild interesting two months of figuring that out. What's your interest level tenants? Do you play? How did you get into this? US Fascinating I'm actually one of those weird concoctions of I'm an artist athletes so I was a big time athlete. As a kid played eight years of Baseball's all-star in baseball play basketball. I was all star in basketball. Basketball led me. Tennis I was a basketball player. Freshmen in highschool and kind of got into. An argument with my coach basically just decided to leave basketball. And I picked up a tennis racket and I had just. It was a natural thing for me to do. And before I knew I, had a professional coach, and my coach was played played on the tour and played John McEnroe. He saw me play and before I knew I was training with some of the best players in northern, California. And so I played high school career. played college and I still train. I still training a tribe while afford the pandemic I was out there every week. just started getting back out there about a week ago when they released the courts, but tennis is definitely in. My jeans had so much, so that my son plays college tennis. I'm actually had a scholarship to Chapman University as I used to play and made teams freshman, and he's also coach now, too, so and even though he still in college, but yes, definitely in my blood and strange enough. Raw Molly the owner of art encounter. That is my distributor. It turns out the way that we got this deal with him. Was He was tennis player in his whole family's sex players, and when he saw the original painting that I did have all sprouted in hadn't seen them in years we. She just freaked out. Saying Oh my God. This is unbelievable what I told him. I have five hundred signed by the dog himself. Personally and myself and we did a whole thing back in the day. When we have this painting, he's like. Nope, that's it. We're going to do something, so it's been a very unique tennis story all the way around. I can honestly say I think it's been a while that I've actually heard someone say that. They're both an athlete an artist. When was When was the moment where you're figured out like? Wow, I actually have a knack for this whole painting thing. That was easier. I I was asking rg by the time. I was five six seven years old. My parents had me in special school. Special Art schools and You know it was something that they noticed when I was one years old that I can draw and I'd actually kept first painting I drawing than I ever did when I was one and They just knew my dad was artist. He never followed that trade. Actually went into corporate business, but my dad is very artistic used to do paintings. So I kind of had that gene in me. And I just knew at a very early age. That was what I was going to do my life. We hear so much about young athletes figuring out their skill set at a young young age at like three, four five, and to see that art is very similar as interesting for those who don't know the story Bruce is the owner of Salzburg Media Fine Arts, a broad range of professional sports team three. Of National. International athletes he got three D work of Rafa. Nadal for those are not watching this on video. It's behind him, but it's also going to be a link in our episode information. He's also got artwork of Muhammad. Ali Michael Jordan Prince. Fielder Dirk Nowitzki. Irk Nowitzki I'm not a basketball person. I'm sorry. Most importantly. It's the tennis painting that we're really here to talk about, and it's Three D. art, so I want to start with what is three art. What's the process for making an artwork like this before we get into the Roth story? This was very unique idea. That I came up with lean back in nineteen, ninety five, I was doing my very first art show at the New York our next on back in those days that was the largest art show in the world. Everything was painter of any place anywhere was there exhibiting in was at the Jacob Javits in New York City, so as massive and I back then you the jury to get in so jury to get an shared a booth with another artist, and when I was there, all brought was abstract paintings on canvas, because that's what I was painting at the Time Big Love Klee Miro. Picasso, that was kind of backroom basically, and we've been in the show for five days and insult. Damn painting and I told. My My. Fiance at the time in my mom was there with me. I gotTa Take I. Just need to go walk the show and I said. You know if I'm going to do anything in my life I've got to figure out how to do something that no one has ever done and for some reason and it's time. My Dad owned art gallery. Very very successful one back in San Francisco. East Bay and I just something popped in my head. work on glass. Just a glass on the second I got home I started Phil around layers of plexiglas and low and behold. That's how it was born I. Just we just figured out how to frame it how to do the whole thing in. One, doing where usually as an artist you paying on one level is a canvas most most of the time. You're just doing everything on that level of what I wanted to do with cigarette how to take a look at an image of a painting in break it up and put different parts of each of painting on glass, and then use spicer's to separate them, so there's space in between each layer. You get that natural three d look with no gimmicks, no anything no lighting. It's all based on different layers and different perspectives, so that's how it was born and. The risk on history.
White supremacist propaganda in US more than doubled in 2019: ADL
"Supremacist propaganda is growing at an explosive rate in the United States that's the conclusion of a new report from the anti defamation league it says incidence of white supremacist propaganda distribution doubled from twenty eighteen to twenty nineteen correspondent Serra psych there has more on the findings this is as much about trying to mainstream racist rhetoric as it is about trying to grow their ranks and recruit these are the mechanics of hate a promotional video made by a white nationalist group as it spreads its propaganda we saw white supremacist propaganda just missions last year in forty nine states according to the anti defamation league's new report in twenty nineteen white nationalists or supremacist propaganda exploded across the United States the eighty else been tracking extremists for decades and decades and this year was the highest number of propaganda distributions we have ever seen in our hundred year history eighty L. CEO Jonathan Greenblatt says their report found incidence of white nationalist or supremacist groups putting up flyers stickers banners and posters in public places has more than doubled from just over twelve hundred in twenty eighteen to more than twenty seven hundred and twenty nineteen I think there's a charged political environment and the trying to capitalize on the division that is so pervasive throughout society you've seen elected officials literally adopting some of their language using their means and injecting their poison into the political conversation last year the president of the United States attacked progressive Congress woman of color tweeting why don't they go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came if you're not happy here you can leave even though three of them were born in the United States and the fourth is a naturalized citizen online white supremacist praise the president's comments one thing this is the kind of white nationalism we elected him for the propaganda is often made to look innocuous but there is often a website associated with it that leads you to the true hate filled intentions of the group the messaging has shown up in many forms from banners being dropped in public places to stickers outside of politicians office to posters on college campuses last year we visited Chapman university in Orange County California after white nationalist stickers were pasted over school flyers about an educational project exploring immigration and borders they're flying all over the country they do this on college campuses quite a bit they really focus on college campuses Chapman university associate professor Dr Peter semi have studied hate groups for decades even living with members of the groups to get deeper insight he says the groups are working to imitate groups of people they hate into like minded people to join their ranks patriot front is one of the groups spreading large amounts of propaganda at times it's members come out from behind their computer keyboards and on to the streets with their hate filled message it's public gatherings are not widely publicize their over quickly but give enough time to create videos aimed at promoting their anti immigrant racist agenda we don't see any signs that this extremist activity is going to slow down case in point video the white nationalist group loaded this month to highlight their small master March through the nation's capital yep that happened in twenty twenty in the nation's capital about a hundred or so masked men in a group that says things like deport them all yelling reclaim America and expert to track this kind of rhetoric say that twenty twenty is right for more of this kind of rhetoric not less
Video shows SoCal students giving Nazi salute and singing Nazi song
"A video has surfaced showing a group of student athletes from garden Grove throwing a **** salute and singing in **** song at an awards ceremony last year about ten students are seen holding their hand in the salute once used to greet Hitler and singing the **** marching songs they are members of pacifica high school's boys water polo team according to the daily beast the obscurity of the song raises questions for Pete seeming a sociology professor at Chapman university who has studied extremist groups and violence for decades you know it the tip of the iceberg these kids involved a lot of other things related to your not your some more was this something they caught with more of the museum that he did it's kind of a one off thing he says it warrants more discussion to get to the root of what would possess the students to do such a thing the garden Grove unified school district told the news website that school administrators addressed the issue but didn't not say if they disciplined anyone Margaret Carrero can extend seventy
Video shows SoCal students giving Nazi salute and singing Nazi song
"A video has surfaced showing a group of student athletes from garden Grove throwing a **** salute and singing in **** song at an awards ceremony last year about ten students are seen holding their hand in the salute once used to greet Hitler and singing the **** marching songs they are members of pacifica high school's boys water polo team according to the daily beast the obscurity of the song raises questions for Pete seemingly a sociology professor at Chapman university who has studied extremist groups and violence for decades you know it the tip of the iceberg these kids involved a lot of other things related to your not get some more was this something they caught with more of the museum that they did it's kind of a one off thing he says it warrants more discussion to get to the root of what would possess the students to do such a thing the garden Grove unified school district told the news website that school administrators addressed the issue but did not say if they disciplined anyone Margaret Carrero can extend seventy
Chapman University removes posters of 'The Birth of a Nation'
"In the history of cinema. The birth of a nation is considered a landmark of technical achievement and d w Griffith's nineteen fifteen movie with its heroic depiction of the Ku Klux Klan is also an enduring symbol of racism of vintage poster and an advertising flyer from the birth of a nation have been on display inside the dodge film school at Chapman university in Orange County. But now following student protests and a faculty vote Chapman has removed the birth of a nation artifacts. Joe replicable is KPCC's Orange County reporter, and she was on the Chapman campus today. She joins us on the line now. So Joe, let's talk first about the posters. What do they look like? And where were they located shares of the main one is a pretty big poster about three feet high advertising. The film to be shown at the Ford theater in Baltimore. It's a really plane post or just the name of the film nothing else. And the next to it is a framed newspaper advertisement about the. Film. Also from that time, and I should say I've only seen photos of both because they were taking down almost immediately following the faculty vote yesterday afternoon. So now, there's just a blank space on the wall. And the spot is kind of in the back up back. Hallway leads to a production studio, it seemed like not a very prominent part of the building. But students told me that they walked by there all the time and that perspective students walked by there on tours of the building because you talk a little bit about the effort to get the posters taken down where did it begin? And what were the students concerns? It's something that some students have been asking for for a long time. I talked to one student J Stayton. He's a junior. He's one of just a handful of black students studying film production at Chapman. And he told me he I e mailed faculty in December twenty seventeen to express his discomfort with the posters. This a reminder that this thing brought back the KKK is or monitor that the white people in the us black phase is just for me. It just reminds me of all those. Races atmosphere that I'm trying to anyway, ignore or pivot. My mindset of so I can pursue my education and not feel insecure. And he said he had a conversation with some faculty members at the time about it. But ultimately nothing was done. And then, you know, the calls have been getting louder from more students in recent years upset about the posters, and then finally a protest was held last week with at least one hundred and fifty students according to the panther. That's the student newspaper and school leaders decided to hold a faculty vote on the matter. And yesterday, the faculty voted to take the posters down Stayton the student that we heard from said he's thrilled that they were finally taken down and really just happy that the student community rallied around the cause. And ultimately that faculty supported them. You said that this protest dates back to 2017, what has the response been from the university, and how has their response evolved. Well, the president wrote an op Ed recently and said he understood the concern. Turns with the film itself. But he talked about the film's placed in history, and some of the techniques that were very of on guard at the time that were used and felt like it was something that needed to be part of visual history. And he basically said that he he wasn't going to take them down. And then the president decided that if the faculty voted to take them down. He would follow the faculties recommendations, and they had a couple of options is that right, right? So the options were to take it down or to keep it up, but add a plaque putting it into context and explaining why it was on the wall why they had decided to keep it up. There are talk with a Chapman faculty member who joined the protest has name is Ron McCain's he's a professor and a TV writer, and this is why he told us he wanted to join the students realize what the case were hurting the students, you know, and all you know, one color either. Right and. One of two or three laps off of the members and dodge college. And so I know that I'm one of fairy few. So my voice is extremely important spry, especially if I I know navigate academia, so what is the demographic makeup of Chapman. It's predominantly white at the most recent freshman class is just over fifty percent. White black students make up just one point six percent of that class, and it's a small school. So that's just thirty people. You talked to some other students today what were their reactions to the decisions to remove the artwork? Winston student told me he understood why it was up in the first place because it was such a monumental work in film history. But he said he's still glad it was taken down. It was a good decision. Another woman told me that it was about time. She had seen potential students of color and their families lingering in front of the poster during tours and could tell that it was something that made them very uncomfortable and possibly even discouraged some of them from choosing chap. Men oranges predominantly white dodges, very white. And so, you know, we're trying to diversify and it's gonna be hard to do that. If people come in. That's the first thing they see because it's a little discouraging. And that was Hannah Freeman she's a senior and television writing and production. Finally, here's what professor McCann's told us about what it means to him that the birth of a nation artifacts have been removed. It says that speaking that is change batteries. And I think what this shows is that the administration to simply listen to what the students haven't you say in recognize that there was an issue. And there was a d for change. Right. And the fact that changed did happen shows that there's there's ample opportunity hopefully future. And so I feel hopeful you know, that this is this is one step towards lease if university at that, you know, students pillar will be probably attend, but the but also demonstrated love for their school. I know the art were just came down. But it has. There been any talk of what if anything might replace them on the walls. A couple of women told me the rumor is that a poster of Casablanca is going to replace it. But as far as I know that's just a rumor, I'm gonna make another suggestion. I think they should put up a poster for spike Lee's, black
"chapman university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Scandal. Professor John Eastman of Chapman university believes there is a Russia's story here. But it doesn't involve President Trump. He spoke with Salem most Larry elder, Chris Esser. No further indictments, no evidence of obstruction, at least at least no finding of obstruction. No, finding of collusion. No finding of conspiracy. No finding coordination. No allegation that the DOJ in any way interfere with the mother report. That's right. But I do want to say this. I we do have a lot of evidence of collusion, but on the other side of the political aisle, the Clinton the Clinton foundation receiving millions and millions of dollars Russian sources for Hillary to sell out our uranium reserves, the funneling of money illegally through through a law firm, a campaign expenditures to pay for a dossier that was rooted on third third hand knowledge from Russian agent collusion with Russia. But it was Hillary and Obama it was not President Trump report completely vindicated President Trump. They look we've all known that for a long time. This was a phony story from the get-go in search of facts to try and support it and after two and a half years they weren't able to come up with anything prize because it wasn't based on reality in the first place, professor eastern. I don't understand why the special counsel said quote, while this report does not conclude that the president. Committed a crime. It does not exonerate him close. It's not his job to exonerate him. Well, I know and what he's trying to do is play both sides of the political aisle in this report or or in the summary of the report that we thus far have from attorney general ballpark. We don't know exactly what Mueller says in the report, we have the summary from from bar, but you know, look, I mean, he's trying I think to protect some of his friends, most notably. Mr. call me who were in in this thing up to their eyeballs in scandal. I mean, we have we have funneling of of Russian money to secretary of state. To sell out our uranium. We have we have campaign violation. We have the outgoing administration conducting spying operation on on the political opponents presidential campaign scored the incoming administration. This is this is not this is beyond what Richard Nixon tried to do. They actually succeeded in doing it. And nobody's talking about that. And I think the whole Mueller story and Russia collusion with designed to kind of get our eyes off the ball really went on here, which a lot of Watergate scaled, what about all the colluding that that Hillary the campaign did with the Ukrainians and all the things you've outlined is the DOJ going to do anything about that. Well, you know, there's some intimation that they're going to and and the calls for full disclosure that you're seeing now not just on a meal a report, but Lindsey Graham calls for a broader disclosure of the fight or warrant that led to the Obama administration spying on the Trump campaign during the presidential election. That's what we really need would disclosure on. Because this is stunning that this occurred in America. It's kind of you know, the banana Republic type stop and get it was done at the highest bachelor of the Obama administration. Professor nineteen lawyers a team of forty FBI agents intelligence analysts forensic accountants and other professional staff. Twenty eight hundred subpoenas five hundred search warrants to it in thirty orders from communication records thirteen request a foreign governments for evidence interviewed five hundred witnesses. What are all these continuing investigation by the house going to uncover that the Muller investigation did not well what they're gonna try and do is find little snippets that are ambiguous. So they can put a different spin on it and try and salvage some sense of propriety for the last two years of wasted effort Mueller should have never been appointed in the first place. There was no evidence of a kind and our FBI at department of Justice guidelines and regulations. There was absolutely no basis for appointing a special prosecutor in the first place rod Rosenstein went. Went beyond his legal authority to do that. But then once it had been done everybody's saying, well, you can't get rid of it everybody'll claim collusion and claim obstruction of Justice. And all that. So we had to let it run its course. But it was a monumental waste of time and effort and more importantly, the real sad note here, but Russians to the extent they tried to interfere with the election wasn't to put this on a scale for Hillary or or Donald Trump. It was to rip the country apart. No matter how the election came out and all done with his Mueller report is play the Patsy for what Putin wanted wanted to accomplish in the first place. Professor, what are you supposed? Jeff Sessions is thinking right now. I think Jeff Sessions is regretting that he initially agreed to recuse himself from this whole operation. You know about that carryover ethics officer in the inspector general's office at the department of Justice that told him he needed to recuse themselves, and if he does ever accused himself at that point, then people will be howling that he's you know, breaking ethical rules that Terry over person ought not to have given that advice because it was a Romania. There was nothing that he said or did that should have warranted refusal, but having taken that step to go back on it would lead all sorts of other political complications. So I think he was in a box at a boxing was was the making of Obama administration. Holdover this kind of refusal to recognize the results of the twenty sixteen election and to facilitate the transition and to actually do the job for the new Boston town as career civil servants are supposed to do that didn't happen this time. But it's only the second or third time in our history that we've had such an absolute destruction and the transition.
"chapman university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Have Utah. And and and Texas produce the energy for us. And that's that's the way we you know, we operate. I mean, we we we've become very dependent on other states in ways that make no sense. Given the fact that California is actually very energy rich state and was once one of the world's leading exporters of oil. So I just gotta ask you this because we gotta go because when you single that which I know is very true from this report. How could it be? Then if we export all this dirty work that you just described it then on a per capita basis are emissions are better than the other states. Why are we not at least driving that number down? If we're getting rid of all of the dirty jobs and industries. Well, I, you know, it's an accomplishment. And what we've done is. We've we've made our freeways more crowded. So we admit more more PHD for that reason. Greenhouse-gas people who used to take the bus to work now have to take a car because they can't afford to live anyplace close to to a to a an area where they can easily take transit. We've just managed to give undocumented people cars that means there's more cars on the road. So I mean, fundamentally we're sort of at at cross purposes with ourselves, plus a one of the dirty little secrets that they talk about in the report unlikely say nuclear power, if you rely on on on wind and solar because you know, sometimes the sun is in China, and sometimes windows and blowing you have to have backups, which are guess what fossil fuels. We gotta go. Sometimes called you yet. Story on this report. Well, you know from your lips to God's ears. I'm not holding my breath. I do but I should be committee hearings in Sacramento from this report. It won't it won't. I would doubt it happens. You know, this is like asking the medieval Catholic church to have a discussion about the trinity. Thanks for coming on again. Joel we appreciate it. My pleasure. Thanks. Urban futures at Chapman university in this report on California ten years of these greenhouse gas law spa. John and Ken KFI AM six forty. Michael should live from the twenty four hour newsroom. People locked up for Christmas have gone to mass with LA county's new sheriff. He's a couple hundred inmates. Multi-purpose chapel singing some reading versus people who walked in darkness have seen a great light on those dwelt in the land of gloom life is shown some even shook sheriff Alex view Nuevas hand during the sign of peace. He says this place can be hard on the individual especially during the holidays. This is the season where suicides are at their highest depression sets in a lot of people especially locked up in a place like this. The sheriff also went with the archbishop as he passed out bibles to those on lockdown at men's central jail.
"chapman university" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Professor John Chapman university. Professors. Always thank you very much for joining us. You hold it to a great show. And I particularly like that that that lead in Paul you had about the dignity of American state funerals. Wasn't ask you about the I know you worked in the Reagan administration. You must have had an interaction with with the former vice president. I did I did. In fact, I was a Dallas county chair. Volunteer chairman for the Reagan Bush effort in nineteen eighty and got to meet him and President Reagan during the during the last final friendy lead up to the election. Did you professor have the same reaction? I had that. If if professor if a President George Herbert Walker Bush had had one tenth the respect that we're seeing right now when he ran for reelection in one thousand nine hundred eighty would have carried forty nine states. I think that's right. Yeah. Although I will tell you I was on the ballot in nineteen ninety two running for congress. Nineteen ninety three and that was the year ten days before the election. He broke his pledge, no new taxes, and then it caused Republicans all across the country. Probably a decline in ten points. And I lost by ten points. Interesting. You should mention that professor because I hear people on the left during the time of the funeral praising him for breaking the no new tax. Andrea Mitchell of MSNBC a called an inactive courage, but I understand that President George Herbert Walker. Bush later on said, it was the biggest mistake of his presidency or one of the biggest mistakes. The other one was Justice, David suitor. I think he's right. But but but one of the greatest successes of his presidency. Of course, nominating and getting confirmed that Clarence Thomas for the supreme court United States. My former law right now, let's talk about what happened today on the mother front. He is apparently accusing Robert appall Manafort of lying and recommending substantial jail time and on the case of Michael Cohen also recommending substantial jail time. Well, that's right. And there's a third case we need to be talking about out there as well as a complaint just recently filed with the department of Justice officials by jank Jerome Corsi, accusing Miller and his team pressuring him to lie in order to get a case made against President Trump on collusion, and he and he filed ethics complaints. I think the theme we see between all three of these cases Manafort refusing to to say things that we're going to implicate President Trump. And and then Mueller's team, you know, threatening to renege on the plea bargain agreement and go after him that suggests that this is being an overly aggressive independent or special prosecutor office to try and get stuff that they're they knows not there. And then you can also read that into the colon sentencing memo that was filed a few hours ago up in the southern district of New York. The prosecutors in the southern district of New York US attorney's office are asking for a serious jail time, which would not be the case. If if the information he had been providing to the special prosecutor's office had been of any use. So where does this leave us? What what's what's the next step? Well, look, I think there's a bigger problem here. I have no doubt that Cohen Manafort and others probably violated one or other laws. One of the problems here is we we are starting to get perilously close to the old Soviet notion. Of selective prosecution because there are so many laws. There's not a single one of us. It doesn't go through the day in all likelihood without violating summer another federal law, and you kind of put the intense scrutiny on any individual to see what they've done rather than on crying. You know about to see who committed them you run a real risk of selective. Prosecution and using the law enforcement tools of our unbelievably powerful federal government for partisan political land. You know, one of the things that Cullen with is lying to congress. I don't see any similar prosecution against Eric Holder, or or the IRS officials that we have documented lied to congress hold you. Hold on right now picking up on the other end..
"chapman university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I guess a professor John Eastman of Chapman university. Professor. You heard the president say that their distinction between the way Ivanka use personal Email versus the way Hillary use personal E mail is he right? I think he is. Right. You know, look. I understand it. She used her her g mail account, which everybody has an intense on emails during the transition before things were formerly set up. You know, once once the officers set up the new administration comes in she hands those over so that they're part of the of the government records, which are you know, when when you're working for the government, and you're doing government business. The communication g make our the people's business not your private business, but they're all part of the of the government records archives. Hillary Clinton on the other hand set up a private server in order to engage in massive communications with with people that are donating to the Clinton foundation who have business before her a secretary of state deliberately in order to tide and prevent transparency of her communications. And then when people find out about the server, she destroyed those doctors. So that nobody could see what was actually there. I mean, it's it's it's different. It's night and day the Muller interrogatory have now apparently professor been answered by the president and his lawyers. What were the questions and will the answers, even more inquiries? Well, I hope not I mean, you know, this this false story of Russian collusion with the Trump campaign. It's been going on for two years. It had no meat at the beginning. It was a it was a narrative spun to try and mitigate the Democrats lost. But also, I think the mitigate the actual collusion that went on on the democrat side of the aisle. Now that if the two years, we, you know, not just a the FBI in a a special counsel Mueller's investigation. But if every major media outlet in the country trying to find some connection here, there's still no evidence of anything derogatory for designed to try and catch President Trump and misstating something so them, a perjury. Or what have you? I think I think the answer is very carefully drawn to to be explicit about the Russia investigation. I'll not to engage in a you know, what what what amounts to a general warrant. Let's let's find out if there's anything in your past seventy years of life that you committed a, you know, a crime or infraction of some regulation and go after you court, I think they tried to narrow it not Miller. But I think the president people said we're not answering those questions your your task here is on this supposed that Russia investigation. And we're going to give you what information we have. And I think he's done that. And hopefully, this will put a threat. So what happens next? The next step. Well, I'd like to see a report Miller we've looked at this for two years. We find no evidence of it. We did uncover some other crimes or some other people not tied to the campaign or prior to their involvement with the campaign, and we brought those indictments as we were obligated to do. But but beyond that, there's nothing here, and we're closing up the books. That's what I hope will happen. Do you believe that the Democrats will push for articles of impeachment? Well, I do but they they started talking about impeachment the day after the election. Twenty sixteen because they just couldn't believe that the American people who voted for Donald Trump over gallery Clinton. So now, they now they've got a majority in the house. I have no doubt that they'll try and push that through. There's also equally no doubt that he will not lead to a conviction in the Senate which requires a two-thirds vote. It is it is raw and base politics. And quite frankly, I think they're handing Donald Trump capacity reelection in twenty twenty for the nonsense during gauge again, we have just a few seconds left. I was struck by the fact that Rosenstein, the man that the Democrats thought should be put as acting AG referred to Whittaker as as a superb choice into quote that kind of quite a lot of a lot of dissent. Didn't it? Well, it did at my my favorite was was was an op-ed in the in the New York Times or the Wall Street Journal. I forget which one New York Times, I guess by former acting solicitor generally pop yell and George Conway claiming that there's no constitutional authority to appoint an acting attorney general because it's a Senate confirmed position. Well, the general is also a sack confirm position and Kaci L himself was serving in that acting capacity. He worked for Eric Holder who had been appointed acting attorney general by Clinton at the end of the Clinton administration. And then he worked in the Obama administration that ended out with at waiting Sally Yates is acting attorney general so the double standards that these guys offer as I opposed to take it with a straight face is just laughable, professor, John Eastman, is always thank you very much for coming on. I appreciate it. We.
"chapman university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To the program. Professor, John Eastman. Former dean Chapman university. Professor there. Professor much has happened last smoking. Things a lot happening every week very an Obama pointed judge drops blocks Trump from the executive order that I guess would have altered the way people can apply for asylum. You would you would have had to come in to one of the official ports of entry. If you come to the country illegally and you apply for asylum. The executive order would have been automatically that application would be turned down. Yeah. That's right. And there's a there's a statute here. And the judge relies on a particular statute that sets out the basic rule that you can see if you're pregnant already in the United States, you can seek asylum or you can seek upon admission to the United States whether or not at a lawful point of entry. That's that's what he says. And he said that's pretty clear, so the president couldn't ban asylum things for people coming in illegally at other than ports of entry. But what he ignores is subsection b of that statue, which sent the attorney general Janette additional criteria for whether you know, people can apply her silent or not which is what the department of Justice department of homeland security did based on the president's proclamation that we got a serious problem on the border. We're not gonna just open it for tens of thousands of people coming in. And then like, you know, if we do happen to catch them, you know, then making claims for asylum. So a judge since professor since the judge has entered this. Restraining order. So that this executive order cannot go forward. So all the people now who are on the border who coming here, whether they come illegally, whether they come over the wall, whether they come through an official port of entry automatically those claims to be considered and we're going to release them into the interior of the country. That's right. Because you know, there are other rules that have already shut down the statutory authority for expedited review, and and yeah, no. It's just it's just a that's what the what the judges are doing here is creating huge loopholes to our national security and the authority that congress expressly gave the president should control our borders. Professor. I've heard two very different things about how often people who want to apply for asylum fact, show up President Trump said only about nine or ten percent ever show up for their court date. I've heard ninety percent show up for the court date. What's the truth? Well, yeah. The ACLU's lawsuit claims that ninety percent show for the court date. But that's only looking at a very small subset of people who have legitimate asylum claims guess what they're gonna show up because as soon as they've got their legitimate claim crashed they get not only authorization to stay in the United States, but they get a path to citizenship. But if you don't have it, you know, if your claim for asylum was species, and you know, and they're very specific rules on who's eligible for asylum. People just wanting to seek a different light here. They, you know, the economy's are bad and our country are not eligible for asylum and refugee status asylum and refugee status is very limited to people who have a have already been prosecuted or have any legitimate fear of being targeted for because of their race or religion or ethnic background or a political party views sex just wanting to move in the United States from Guatemala doesn't qualify you for asylum, and the numbers there are people that are, you know, given us expedited review and then released into the country to actually show up for their removal proceedings, where they're supposed to raise in due course, their asylum claims the percentage of people that don't show up for those huge. My guest is professor John Eastman of Chapman university. Professor. New York Times big article breathless article that says Donald Trump won it the White House counsel, Doug Mcgann to prosecute Hillary and to prosecute James, call me, but had to be talked out of it. Why is that a big deal? The big story. Well, you know, because they're trying to make it look like President Trump was was, you know, acting like a third world dictator prosecuting his political opponents. That's not of course, what's going on. What we have is hard evidence of a significant number of crimes that we know we're committed by Hillary Clinton. The destruction of government documents on her private server that was set up to avoid transparency. All of that was the illegal trafficking in classified information that she knew was classified. That's that's that's those are serious felony the laundering of money from her political campaign through her campaigns law firm to hire a fusion GPS to coordinate with the Russians and the British former spy to create a dossier that then became fodder for the Obama administration spying on their political opponents, I can't begin to tell you. How many crimes are involved in that one after another not to mention of massive funneling of funds through the Clinton administration to keep on the payroll all her political consultants while taking charitable deductions and also pay for play while she was secretary of state all of these things are crimes, and and and yet none of it has been investigated. The people that. The key people that were involved in it were given immunity by the very same lawyer. So you know, that we're helping facilitate it it really is stunning. And so I think all Don Mcgann has looked at you know, let's leave us alone. There's a lot of other stuff to fry President Trump back down, even though, you know, a lot of the people on the campaign trail wanted her to be held accountable for the crime she committed because what's the what's the common mantra. Nobody is above the law that includes Hillary Clinton. And professor the breathless tone of the New York Times struck me as odd because the president at least the president during the campaign promise that he was going to look into her situation. So why would they be so surprised that he's asked the White House counsel to look into situation? Well, what they're trying to do is turn the heat up. So that nobody will look behind the cover of what went on here. And you know, everybody would be afraid because they'll be attacked is being partisan or what have you? But what that means is the New York Times is now taking the position that Hillary Clinton and her husband Bill Clinton us law that only can they get away with those kind of crimes legitimate even to look into them. That's what the New York Times is now standing for the favor of record does the United State, professor. He's been don't don't go anywhere. I want to ask you about Ivanka's.
"chapman university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Professor John Eastman from Chapman university. Former dean don't teach us our guest. Professor. Thank you very much for taking the time. I know you're busy. I appreciate it. Pleasure to be on your program and talk with the sages south central in the prince of PICO union. Well, thank you, sir should sessions in your view have been fired. I think I think general sessions did a fabulous job. But I do not think you needed to recuse himself from the Russian investigation as broadly as he did and the consequences of that decision, which the which to carry over Obama ethics officer directed him to do has been to create a worse conflict of interest with rod Rosenstein who appointed Mueller, you know, who's very close friends with one of the people involved in the investigation. Former FBI director Komi so the conflicts of interests he just kept piling up. All of the consequence of I think an overly cautious decision to recuse at at at the get go, and it was clear that the president and the attorney general we're not seeing eye to eye on that the president needs to have somebody with full topic at the at the department of Justice. Professor, don't you think had he not recused himself or not promised to recuse himself in the event that the campaign was investigative. He wouldn't have been confirmed. Well, you know, maybe. But, but, you know, at at some point the kind of bullying to prevent the president from getting these people needs to be responded with punching these guys in the nose and he hid dared members of congress of the Senate, not to confirm the president's choices attorney general that would have been the first time in our nation's history. Anything of such consequence in the high appointments in the cabinet, would it would have been blocked for something frivolous as those claims, and and I think that could have been part of the election story at the Democrats done. I don't think they would have followed through on those threats. But, you know, that's that's you know, armchair quarterbacking later as easy to do. Tell me about the acting AG. Who is he what do you know about it? Well, he was a he's been around for a while. He was US attorney Senate confirmed a presidential appointment back. US attorney in Iowa ISA was hired a year ago to be the chief of staff in the department of Justice for. Attorney general sessions, I think he's well qualified for the position, but there's a there's a patently frivolous. Article out in the New York Times op Ed today by the former acting solicitor general of the United States Neil cocktails who worked for attorney general holder who had once served as acting attorney general at the end of the Clinton administration until John Ashcroft got confirmed you work in an administration, the Obama administration that ended with acting attorney general Sally gay to stayed on during the early days of the Trump administration, creating Abbott, and he argues that it's unconstitutional for there to be an acting attorney general really, it's really quite priceless. The acting attorney general had been accused by the Democrats of having conflict of interest because when he was a private citizen. He was on CNN and said that he thought the way to deal with the monarch probe is to starve it for money. So that they'd have to wind down the probe or at least cut it down substantially. Therefore, he's got an opinion about the probe. Therefore, he's got a conflict of interest. Well, that's that's pretty interesting because rod Rosenstein assigned one of the FIS warranted part of the investigation, and and he's the one supervising investigation. So so actual conflict of interest doesn't matter if it cuts the Democrats direction but perceived conflict of interest based on a private citizen article some years ago just expressing of you point is disqualifying conflict of interest. This is this is really a preposterous double standard. Professor, John Eastman is my guess former dean of Chapman university. Professor what? About the fate of Rosenstein and Muller. Do you expect either or one or the other to be fired? Well, I don't expect him to be fired. Rod Rosenstein is no longer supervising the the Mueller investigation because the only reason he was in that position because attorney general sessions Hedera to themselves Whitaker is not recused. And so as of the effective moment of the appointment, rod Rosenstein is no longer in a supervisory authority now there are other things going on at the department of Justice with rod Rosenstein, hands all over it that I think warrant serious look at his continued employment in that position such as withholding critical, but damning evidence from congressional investigators about the visor one process that he was involved in and claiming national security for things that had nothing to do with national security. But, but, but you know, we're designed to try and hide the the really unbelievable. Scandal that went on in the closing days of the Obama administration, which is phoning up of dossier with campaign funds to service the basis to get a five warrant to spy on the opposing political campaign of the presidential candidate. I mean, this is stunning. And to the extent rod Rosenstein has as much importation in that as news has led onto believe he ought to have been done a long time ago. Professor just fifteen twenty seconds left can the house force Trump to turn over his tax returns. I don't know, you know, we're going to see some very interesting new law made here they're gonna go after his tax returns are going to go after his his executive branch communication. We'll have new caveats on executive privilege, but also on rights to privacy. Tax returns are supposed to be private, and you know, under under federal law at congress is trying to get at his tax returns. So they can make them public. So I think we're gonna see some very interesting law made here as a democrat overplay their hand now that they control the house of representatives professors. Always thank you so much for taking the time. We appreciate it. Thank you, take care. 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"You back out to the freeways less than two minutes from now it's nine twenty three disney is upping its bid for fox's movie studio which is entering a surprise competing offer from comcast disney had originally bid about fifty two billion dollars for much of twentieth century fox in december but comcast later offered about sixty five billion disney's coming back with a seventy one billion dollar offer state wildlife officials have started a criminal investigation into the death of a great white shark found on a beach south of the san jose area experts say the young male shark appeared healthy except for gashes and scars state officials say they're starting a criminal investigation based on results of a neck roxy those results weren't released great whites are a protected species under both state and federal law the latest jurassic world movie is about to open it's a fantasy but could it possibly happen could scientists make real dinosaurs dr jack horner says not only could it happen it's getting close to happening he's a paleontologist and researcher at chapman university and he's been a technical advisor for the jurassic park films dr horner says they're making the most progress with birds especially with chickens change the head we can get teeth we can change the arms and hands or the wings to arms and hands but the tail we're having some real difficulty with and that may take some actual more serious genetic engineering and if that's the case then it could be you know we could be six or seven years out that if you were hoping for a giant t rex you'll be disappointed the dino chicken will be the size of you guessed it chicken and a missing hiker who was found dead in alaska was apparently mall to death by a bear anchorage police say they think the bear was the same one that attacked one member of the search party that was looking for the hiker they say it appeared the bear had been protecting the hikers body when the searcher was attacked searcher had serious injuries but is expected to survive this week's townhall meeting to discuss brown water coming out of taps in compton may have been rigged we'll have that story for you coming up at the bottom of the hour at nine thirty but right now at nine twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here's chuck route crashing dora on the ten eastbound the grand avenue that clear from the carpool lane i'm still seeing pockets of slowing leaving irwindale avenue out into glendora now that record love morada five northbound at valley view that is only offer but it is an injury wreck but it's not affecting the line east la five northbound at the ten san bernardino freeway watch for that stalled big rig that's blocking the right two.
"chapman university" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Of the discounts and benefits it's a million strong and growing including me and always represents your values not the liberal values of nancy pelosi and chuck schumer so go to amac dot us that's a m a c dot us welcome to the program john eastman former dean at chapman university school teachers their professor thank you very much for taking the time as always i appreciate it thank you larry i get more comments about my appearance on your show than any other these days so congratulations audience i appreciate that we're we're in three hundred markets over a million people are hearing this every day plus we also we purpose many of the interviews as well but professor what your takeaway on the id report well you know i it it's a very cleverly written report there's five hundred pages of harvey evidence of unbelievable conduct by the upper echelons of the department of justice and the and the fbi but then there's an executive summary pretty much whitewashes and said well we we've connected all the dots for you but it's not our job to draw any conclusions and and you know it's possible that all of those pieces didn't fit together just coincidence and therefore we can't determine definitively that bias influences these investigations and of course that's the headline that most of the left stream media has been running with it there was no evidence of bias influencing elections but there's five hundred pages of evidence of it and and the i g very cleverly wrote an executive summary that would play a different headline he this a little bit before you came on i was referring to the oj simpson case and the allegation that mark furman was racist because a ten years before the trial he had told a filmmaker who recorded it what he does in the streets and use the n word of that was the smoking gun that therefore meant mark from planted the glove can you imagine if there had been exchanged between laying and van adder saying what an ahole oj symphony we need to get this guy we need to stop well that's right i mean we wouldn't have just dealt with a civil suit there they would have been criminally prosecuted and and and be in prison look we we we know a lot of things now from the idea report we know for example that the fbi and.
"chapman university" Discussed on Ologies
"Quick question so what are americans biggest fears well that actually depends on what year you ask so in twenty fourteen chapman university put out a list of americans big old fears there the usual suspects like public speaking was number one then heights and bugs and snakes and drowning and then blood and needles they use like a menu of scary stuff at a chain restaurant you've been to a dozen times familiar but according to the same source the new biggest fears of americans are number one corrupt government officials the american healthcare act pollution and being involved in a nuclear war with north korea so never have i been so nostalgic i just some simple old american drowning fears but a fun thing to do is sit down make a list of the things that scare you and then say hey scary thing i see you and then maybe what can i actually do about some of this stuff maybe not all of your fears are big huge environmental or governmental ones i did this once and i realized that driving miata with a terrible blind spot on the highway was a consistent source of panic and so i sold the thing i got a station wagon i never looked back so that's one thing you can do it's not that they're going to get like there's no cure for fear not to get rid of the fear but like change that relationship and change that story around their fears so they can start living better life with fear now with added fear so what is fear in what is stress.
"chapman university" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Next hour we're going to be speaking with professor john eastman from chapman university school of law dean there about the house report that apparently gonna come out saying hey we've exhausted everything the investigation is over okay with that triple eight nine seven one s h g wells are going to talk to professor eastwood about these proposals by the state of california to make california a sanctuary state the mayor of oakland tipped off people about an impending ice rate and one local official immigration i have resigned claiming that the trump administration says that because what the mayor did we were we lost some eight hundred thousand illegal aliens when in fact we're never going to catch that many and feels that the number with exaggerated and that the trump administration that they're responsible and he left in a huff don't let the door hit you in i'll be talking to professor ethan about all of that now as i mentioned trump is looking at larry cudlow who is a free trader i've looked at it larry cudlow very strongly i've known him a long time we don't agree on everything but in this case i think that's good i wanna have a divergent opinions we agree on most he has come around to believing in tariffs is also negotiating point i'm renegotiating trade deals without tariff through wouldn't do nearly as well but larry has hit a friend of mine for a long time he backed me very early in the campaign i think the earliest i think he was one of my original backers he's a very very talented man now milton friedman was once asked even if you're trading partner keeps up his tariffs or that country's tariffs do you still support free trade here's what he said regardless of the actions of other countries it's not a sort of regardless regardless of the actions of other countries so far obviously i would prefer to have other reduce america's in my opinion the strongest argument for free enterprise visited prevented anybody from having too much power whether that person is a government ascension a trade union official or a business executive it forces them.
"chapman university" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Dr john eastman is a professor at chapman university college of law we're at one time he was a a he now joins us a doctor thank you very much coming on as always such a great pleasure to be on your program and thank you for all the good work you do what i appreciated dr i wanna talk to you about trump and whether or not he's going to testify before the special counsel win we had you last on you said if you were his lawyer you would advise him against it here's what trump said audio you mean like hillary that has under which of the gulf hough to say hillary georgia under us i think you have an idea to do you think you wait wait urge he not to have an idea that really not have an idea i'll give you the idea she didn't do it listen i would do it now she didn't do it under a gross if you didn't do have you didn't know about hillary that you're not as much your voice standard you won't you would've rose but why would you it under a foot capsule to another thing another number things dr eastman first of all you said he does not have a legal obligation to testify of hurt other experts say the opposite including alan dershowitz end our greg jarrett of a fox their their legal analysts so talked a little bit more about that well you know and and a fifth amendment is always there you you don't ever e e e e the government can't compel you to provide statement hewlett new pipped amendment protects again compulsory statement the right not to incriminate yourself and and is a politically uh elected officials tend not to claim the fifth amendment because it makes it look like they're hiding something and so they never they never claimed the fifth but the fact of the matter is is always there and given given the witchhunt underway here uh uh uh uh i i i would strongly council the president not to testify and i'm surprised alan dershowitz just taking that position he wrote the forward to an important book them back in two thousand eleven uh published by harvey uh this silverglate uh called three celanese a day found the target.
"chapman university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"One the no john and ken show john kobelke hentii in polk kfi am 640 but we're gonna bring on joel kotkin now glad to have a back on the show he is the rcd hobbs presidential fellow when urban futures at chapman university in orange an executive director of organization called the center for opportunity urbanism we've mentioned a couple of his columns just in the last week the fresh one is about california's descent to socialism which we talked at length about last week and because we talking about road diets this week we found out in may of 2016 they published a column by joel kotkin about how they were going to start to do more of this road diet stuff throughout the state in order to effectively get you out of with your car steve harvey all this is has a new happened years in los eve angeles bash listen so if you've been big listening this were week throwing in happen two in parties on in vista new york del mar and las vegas playa del performances rey if by lie del maroon rey five and vaughn celine also on venice dion boulevard l'amour in march backstreet vista boys this too little and rudder they've shrunk and fourlane more roads to to lane unpredictable roads which is thing added alone about of sweet thirty minutes caroline the people's with commutes neil diamond and it's force fox's traffic to new spill year's all eve over with the steve place harvey fly joe from to thanks square for coming on starts at apm oh southern i'm gm glad central on i don't fox live and work though i anymore killing yeah fishing lease well let's and more talk information first about the road about contests diet calm on this you station wrote go a to kfi year ago am warning 640 that this dot was com coming slash rules and this for they bloem all week up ready because to go they have a and cover they look story up and claiming every it's block has to power slow wires down traffic and nobody so that took that people in consideration aren't going to.
"chapman university" Discussed on Uncivil
"That would be none so up started selling these replicas of confederate money he called them mementos of the rebellion and up sold each bill for about a penny a peace here's mark widen meyer professor finance a chapman university you know he credited initial badge and he said and i quote it sold like hot cakes upham had expected his replica bills to be popular that these were selling so fast almost too fast which raised a question do you really need a thousand souvenirs right i mean you probably just need one upham figured out the people weren't just plying them as souvenirs oppose name and address with the bottom of these bills but he learned that people were clipping their part off and then spending is souvenirs as real confederate money and it was easy to pass them off this way because the real confederate bills were joke all the good engrave irs were in the north and so of the good paper to printed on so the confederacy had to resort to newsprint to print their money on confederate dollars ribbon called gray banks because they smudge so easily and they look dirty and the fact that confederate currency was so crappy made up of bills very convenient for customers who could buy them up north and spend them down south people like cotton smugglers see smuggling cotton was big business during the civil war to hurt the south economy the north's official policy was to stop buying their cotton but like the rest of the modern world the north was deeply dependent on the cheap cotton that slavery produced send northern millowners found a way to get their cotton through smugglers who mud bales of it with athens fake bills ben tarnoff again so if you can sneak into the south with albums counterfeits by some cotton and then sneak back into the north you can sell it for an enormous profit particularly if it's just counterfeit notes that you paid with to begin so to make it easier for cotton smugglers up a makes it possible to buy huge quantities of his fake money all at once he start selling them in stacks you can get a hundred for eighteen cents and then he made it so that his customers didn't even have to come to the store to buys bills it does fulfil a lot of these orders through the us post.
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"Let me go written triple eight nine seven one s a g triple eight nine seven one seven two four three later on this hour we will be speaking with the former dean of chapman university school of law john eastman about the pardon of of joe arpaio pile but the big news of course of what's going on in texas and louisiana here is what president trump said today but of meeting and i want to begin today by extending my thoughts and prayers for those affected by hurricane harvey and the catastrophe of a flooding and all of the other difficulties that they currently going through in houston in southeast texas the now it's looking more and more like the state of louisiana will be also affected to give you some perspective washington post put it this way the nine trillion gallons of water dispersed so far is enough to fill the entire great salt lake in salt lake city twice he will take nine days straight for the mississippi river to drain in to houston and equal the amount of water already there if we average this amount of water spread equally over the lower 48 states that the equivalent of about zero point one seven inches of rain what's the height of three penny stacked the top each other occupying every single square inch other contiguous united states this amount of water could feel two point three percent of the volume of the mountain range containing mount everest iin the paul and it's enough to occupy thirty three thousand nine hundred and six empire state building's from basement to penthouse end of quote mark davis are salem colleague longtime spielman colleague in houston dallas fort worth area also a longtime calling this is now joining us more give us some idea of the dimensions of this natural disaster larry it is an amazing thing thank you so much great to be with you in the first thing everybody here in texas wants to do it absolutely everybody else in america who showed up incredible tightness god is surely in control the bureaucracy the various levels of bureaucracy actually to be working refreshing but it is people helping people whether it's somebody uh sending a relief from los angeles or or or new york company bring it up boat from dallas fort worth where i am or or going.
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"Hundred in the valleys in the i e right now eighty and found valley eighty lake forest ninety one involved in park ninety three in chatsworth we lead local from k of ice twenty four hour newsroom i'm deborah mark judge john kitjampa kfi am 640 welcome everybody tomorrow brings us the voice line people there is still time to be a part of their collection for this week him again you have not played the moist line since two weeks ago tomorrow we offer day office friday the line is a bit constituted yeah needs to be flushed needs to be drained one eight one eight five moist nine that's one eight one eight five six six four seven eight nine still time tonight to leave your message seve if part of the play back tomorrow ciro moist line friday the calls plant five twenty and then again at five fifty coming up after five thirty were pleased abdal cut kim on the show joel kotkin rights great columns we've quoted for many of them he is john the rc hobbs presidential fellow i knew it was in urban futures a chapman university in orange and executive director of the houstonbased center for opportunity urbanism latest calling me rose about california's descent into socialism all this stuff with climate change but session house going to ruin the economy already has also wrote one last year about this date it's new policy from jerry brown to force rogue diets on people which is the elimination of traffic lanes which means the government is intentionally creating traffic as people on the west side of found out because they they've taken away traffic lanes on venice boulevard and also on vista delmar so that whole region is getting backed up in the cars are spilling over everywhere and thousands of people are revolting against it well joe kockott laid out what was going to happen a year ago lens ryan said he was right the this is not remember do not fall for their propaganda there george orwell soviet propaganda that this is about shave living passenger deaths visions zeroed all that right this is about forcing you out of your car and it's only the beginning because they believe in social reengineering and that's what their plan is to reengineer the way society interacts and they want us out of our cars out of the suburbs added singlefamily home nor swimming pools no more drives.