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"church museum" Discussed on The Woody Show

The Woody Show

07:04 min | 6 months ago

"church museum" Discussed on The Woody Show

"Into the ring about page on the closed down and business. I heard somebody say oh buffets are done for now. There's certain states their reopening even in vegas spoon in the cosmopolitan reopening. You single serve place. But it's still you're still gonna get real fat and they've always done that. They've always had like their stuff. At least in single serve like wings there comes like a little mini fryer basket. I'll find annoying because always get a plate. And then i take the little plate i just. I lead the little plate right by the food. Yeah that's all right. I mean you gotta be able to pile right. It's that guy that's one of a buffet. Doing nine plates back to my taylor. One plane at a time. No no no nominees. Freak of the week yeah luscious ladies going to be nominee number one. That's crazy ad where the guys take a firefighter. And he'll trade you his wife with with the big o's or will be the the lesbian feeders nominee number two. Greg gory top. Now's teetering is really tough. I think i'll go number one only because this the specificity about a firefighter why not just random guy. Calendar bags firefighter kind of like a like a made schoolgirl or one of those things. I'll vote number one all right What about you rave. I'm go number one. Because in the first sentence he calls are an athlete. Okay bodybuilder about you. Menace number one as well because related the writing. Yes he relates to a camera number one number one sea bass talk food. I'll other number two obviously voters. I don't want them appeal. Yeah they'll feel real bad. yeah. I wanted to vote for a number two as well. Just dude lamb. Is that the first of all. Just like why. And weird the second one just gross. It is definitely Maybe what he's as feeder. Ou will see nausea medicines. She's definitely feeder. Oh yes she. We had a delicious meal last night. We had some chicken parm and and some noodles and earlier that day. We had burritos and chips. She made it all delicious by the way. He's still rides his bike. I remember bikes. You have to ride for one hundred miles. Don't shame me i'm trying. Thank you get one hundred miles to ride crack at least a mile elbert. Yeah i could see madison wi fi like do you want noodles by what's up baby. More butter has talked about his wife buying triggers for him like as and stuff like that good. She turned the corner on. That left me and my own device. Yeah i read to break. We'll come back. Got a redneck news. That's coming up for you next year. The show but a little extra effort. I think we can likability right back crazy. A woman frantically called nine one one. After she watched her colleague get attacked or alta. Dena home during a zoom call. Police rushed to the house. Found a man's body in the driveway and then inside the house. The colleagues body both had been stabbed to death. The victims were brother and sister both in their sixties and while police were on the scene going over evidence a man showed up claiming he lived there. He was driving a car that belonged to the victims so he was arrested on the spot and charged with two counts of murder. But there's still no official word on what relationship he has with. Those victims mentioned the psychological trauma of seeing somebody attacked on zoom in better news. Looks like la county could be hitting the less restrictive orange tier by early april. We're talking next week. That would allow for higher capacity at a lot of businesses are covid nineteen case. Continue to fall. We now have an average rate of three point seven cases per one hundred thousand residents as we learned yesterday is because the vaccines are working right. Interesting right surprised that we could be out of the red into the orange within a week or so but la has to meet orange tier criteria for two consecutive weeks to stay in the orange tier and if we do capacity would go from twenty five percent to fifty percent at movie theaters churches museums zoos and most importantly at restaurants so every update. This happens messages on our social media constantly so when is the takeover okay. Why the date. You're trying to tell you there was a There was a phone call on monday and We are targeting fall so that like i think like september october somewhere like ended september early. October somewhere around there is we're targeting for the takeover and wanted to be where you know things are really opened up and we do more because we have a lot of people that won tickets. Yeah and that'll housing. And you can have like a fifteen percent or twenty percent. Whatever it is occupancy your social media it's happening if you one passes for the takeover for our disney takeover. You will be going. We won't ask again when it is in everyone's excited i'm excited for me to and you're out. There was a there was a call on monday. It's happening good good. Talk to the people holler at boy. We should talk info. Woody show seeing video of a couple of grannies all right who decided to race each other on scooter unreservedly. The grass softened. The ball was like it's one of them dead. Both face planted six seconds into it. They got me thinking. Remember now there is that video that Everybody thought was funny and then they made them take down. Yeah the bird scooter. And he was trying to hotdog and in the show off because he's an old guy eight it That's not appropriate for the guy was hot dogging. Yeah he was like trying to be a one handed going full power guy. Make fun of them. I wonder how you'd better see it before it goes away right well. Maybe you weren't allowed to make fun of that old lady in the helicopter rescue.

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"church museum" Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"church museum" Discussed on Antonio B Jackson Presents Sweetluck's "Bar Fights"

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"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:29 min | 11 months ago

"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Or weeks of enjoying red tear benefits. A spike in cases has relegated Orange County back into the purple tear. County officials had indicated the move was likely but that there may be 10 days for businesses to prepare. Instead. Yesterday, the state made the move immediate. That means starting today, restaurants, churches, museums, movie theaters, weddings, funerals and fitness centers are no longer allowed to operate inside. Schools that have already opened will not be affected by the change in Orange County, Corbin Carson CAF I need. The news is sponsored by cunning dental Group L. A county health director, Dr Barbara Ferrer says the county is in a critical moment for covert 19 cases, she says. If people don't go back to following the rules, further restrictions could happen, including a curfew. If you have plans to celebrate Thanksgiving with others who are not in your household Please make sure that you'll celebrate outdoors with only two other households. For our says the biggest spike in cases is happening to those 18 to 29 years old, she says. Hospitalizations are also on the rise in there is a concern that ers and clinics could get overwhelmed during the holidays. L. A mayor Garcetti says to help try and slow the spread of Cove in 19. He's ordered an expansion of testing in areas hardest hit Monday, November 23rd. We will open a super walk up site in the North East Valley. Location is still being worked on, but we will have it opened by them. Garcetti says the walk up site will add an additional 3000 tests per day and also offer free flu shots in rapid and pigeon tests for people with symptoms. Top administrator of Ella's school district wants more focused on reopening classrooms. Superintendent Austin Buechner says it's time to flip the script on how the state reopens before we can even contemplate reopening schools. California needs to recognize the vital role schools play in the lives of Children and working families, Buechner says. When schools do reopen, it will be a hybrid model of in person and online instruction. We warned yesterday that without a change in priorities, it is unlikely schools in L. A will open any time soon. Some California lawmakers are in Hawaii this week to learn how to get along and get things done its part of the California Independent Voter Projects annual policy conference. The group based in San Diego, says the conference aims to empower non partisan voters and promote nonpartisan election reform through initiatives Despite a state white surgeon cases and a travel advisory. Both Democrats and Republicans are rubbing elbows and sipping cocktails at the Fairmont Colony in Maui. Organizer Dan How old told the Sacramento Bee. All safety protocols are in place and attendees had to provide proof of the negative covert test howl wouldn't say who and how many state lawmakers air there. Steve Gregory Ko Phi News. Former first lady Michelle Obama says U. S leaders should do their part to encourage a smooth transition of power, Obama said in an Instagram post yesterday, even though she was disappointed by Hillary Clinton's loss in 2016. She and President Obama tried to be welcoming and helpful to President Trump and his team, she says. This is not a game and leaders should honor the electoral process, and now you consume over to Grandma's house for Thanksgiving. No matter how long it takes. Think of it as a thank you for Thanksgiving, Zoom says It's going to drop its usual 40 minute limit on video meetings. So families can spend more virtual time together on Turkey Day, Zoom says It knows more people are changing their plans this year and staying home for the holiday because of the pandemic, and it doesn't want these new methods of family gatherings to get cut short. The time limit restriction will be lifted from 12 A.m. on Thanksgiving Day and run for 24 hours. Jennifer Jones Lee Ko Phi News. It's slow.

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"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:36 min | 11 months ago

"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"O S. T h D to Los Angeles Orange County live everywhere on the car radio app back to the beginning. I'm Gina Grad Life from the cave By 24 hour news room. Orange County has to shift everything back into the purple tear. County officials say this means businesses have 24 hours to comply with purple tear rules. That means restaurants moved back to take out on Lee and restaurant dining rooms, gyms, churches, museums and movie theaters have to stop indoor activities and move everything back outside weddings and funerals. Are also allowed outdoors only, and retail stores are back to 25% capacity. Schools that are already open are not affected. The county had hoped to get 10 days to prepare, but the state made the move back to the purple tear, effective immediately in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News This report brought to you by direct buyers calm. More than two dozen counties in California have to move back to the states most restrictive purple tear because of increasing covert 19 cases. Every Age group every demographic racial ethnic in every part of this state. We are seeing case rights increase, Governor Newsome says daily cases and the state have doubled just in the last 10 days. 41 counties are now in the purple tear. That means more restrictions on businesses. California became the second state in the U. S last week to surpass one million cases of the virus. Drugmaker Moderna has become the second U. S company to develop a vaccine that appears to be successful in preventing the virus. We hope that because of Madonna and Fizer is vaccines, which we've already been producing to have enough by the end of December to vaccinate 20 million of our most vulnerable citizens, Health and.

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"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"church museum" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"The number of cases in the state has doubled in 10 days, with case rates climbing faster than they didn't June when they went up 39% in one week, Newsome says there's been a 51% increase in one week this month. This report brought to you By MIKE Diamond. The smell good plumber l a county health officials say they're worried about a surgeon covert 19 cases and hospitalizations. Health director Barbara for rare says Key indicators are beginning to hit the same numbers as the summer surge residents. We ask you to take the following immediate actions. We think your holiday plans and cancel any plans for travel outside the region in the coming weeks. Rare says she's working on recommendations for the Board of Supervisors in the event cases spike even higher, and that could include even tighter restrictions to businesses and restaurants. She says. The largest jumping cases are those between 18 and 29 years old Steve Gregory Ko Phi News. Orange County has to shift everything back to the purple tear. County officials say This means businesses have 24 hours to comply with purple to your rules. That means restaurants moved back to take out only and restaurant dining rooms, gyms, churches, museums and movie theaters have to stop indoor activities and move everything back outside. Weddings and funerals are also allowed outdoors on Lee and retail stores are back to 25% capacity. Schools that are already open are not affected. The county had hoped to get 10 days to prepare, but the state made the move back to the purple tear, effective immediately in Orange County, Corbin Carson KO Phi News. The University of California school system has reached a seven $3 million settlement for women who say they were sexually abused by a former U. C. L. A gynecologist attorneys say the money is expected to go to more than 5000 women who were treated by Dr James Heaps when he was working at various U. C L. A health facilities between 1983 and 2018. Women named Karen may want to change their name while looking for love. The name has become shorthand for entitled middle aged white women who like to complain, But now women actually named Karen are complaining about not getting a match on dating apse because of the stereotype associated with the name an APP called Wing Man reported user's name Karen have been getting fewer matches and responses to messages this year. Wing man says the decrease in interest has only been present for women named Karen. Debra Mark Ko Phi News. We've gotta crash.

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"church museum" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"church museum" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"And in court they were. I'm reading from the history. It says that day in court. Joseph and higher were released to await trial on the riot charges, but before the brothers could leave town to William laws, associates brought complaints against them for declaring martial law in the wvu. They were charged with treason against the government and people of Illinois a capital offense that permitted the men for being released on bail. So Joseph and hire more confined in the county jail locked together in a cell for the night. And this jail. The Carthage jail is a stone building. It's two stories you walk in the bottom. The bottom part was the quarters where the jailer lived with his family and upstairs. There was a barred cell as well as a debtor sell. They call it, and you would go up the stairs and there was a landing there. You would turn to the right, and if you went straight, you would go towards the or sell. That's where they put Joseph. Smith in the debt or sell. And the door itself didn't even lock. It was wart. Baloch did not work, and so you would think that they didn't really think you'd be a flight risk. Except for the fact that they did have armed guards at the jail to make sure that Joe. Smith wooden escape, so even though he could probably walk out of the room and go on the landing. He couldn't get away from the jail and and and flea. But what happens on June twenty seventh? Eighteen forty four. The jail. Is. I guess you could say attack by a mob and this mob is coming for Joseph Smith now did they want to kill Joseph Smith? That's a matter of controversy something that maybe they were there merely to capture Joseph Smith and turn them in because he was wanted in another area of the country, and maybe they could get a reward of that, but we'll never really know because we just won't know that stuff is I. Guess Not really available to us to know all the facts there, but the mob attacks the jail and they go up on the landing. And Joseph Smith is being visited at that time by a man named Willard Richards and John Taylor. John Taylor would later become the third president of the Church and Willard Richards was Mormon Apostle they were visiting at the time and earlier in the day, Joseph Smith was visited by guy by the name of Cyrus. Wheelock Cyrus Wheelock left Joe Smith a smuggled pistol. He got past the guards and he gave the gun he actually says. Does anybody want this and Smith? Supposedly says here give it to me. He wanted it, and he put it in his pantaloons pocket. As the way, it's worded in the history of the church. When this mob attacks! Joe Smith not only has a gun, but another man visited him during the day by the name of full Moore. who also offered a pistol to the prisoners and Joseph Smith took that and gave it to his brother Hiram. And as the mob came up the landing onto the landing. The men in the are holding themselves against the door. Because there isn't a lock on the door. and Th- written I'm I'm giving the story as it is more than history. A bullet goes through the door and hits Hiram in the face and the bridge of the nose. He allegedly falls back. Saying something like I am a dead man. Now. That is certainly controversial because a person shot in the head in that. Area specifically. Is Probably. Not going to be forming words. Or sentences so this could be romanticized for all we know, but Hiram falls back and Joseph Smith allegedly says something to the effect. Oh my poor, dear brother, Hiram, and he goes to his aid. WHO's he's laying there and as justice with up from his probably dead brother. At this time he pulls the gun out. The opens the door slightly sticks his arm out and fires the gun three times. Or an excuse me six times he pulls the trigger, but it fires only three times. It's an even Allen pepper box, not a very reliable gun at all, and only three of the barrels discharge. as we understand it John Taylor. Who was there said bat? The barrels that did discharge hit their marks He was under the impression that two of those that were shot by Smith died. That's controversial Some say that's not true. That didn't happen although John Taylor, never changed his mind or changed his account of what happened that day. But what eventually happens is Joseph Smith after firing the gun. They tried closing the door. He goes to the window of the jails cell, and he begins to give masonic signal of distress, saying the words Oh Lord, my God. He's shot again at the window. Any falls out never completing what many believe to be the masonic signal of distress, which is oh Lord my God. Is there no help for the widow's son? All? He gets out of the words. Lord, my God, and he falls out the window. They propped his body up. They shoot him again and at the end of Joe Smith and Hiram Smith. That's how he died and yet if you were to take the tour. At, I've taken it many many times. They never volunteer the information on the smuggled pistol. I always have to bring it up during the when Acre. Well in in the history of the church, one of the things I always would bring up with people is the fact that they described his death as a martyr's death. Right however as you just gave the accounting. Assuming shot is fired in. He's not just taking it lying down. He's not distrusting, God he's actually aggressor. You Know I. Think the way that it words in the history of the church. Berkeley's. He had his trusty six shooter I. Think is how was said, but he's firing he's. He's trying to kill people. That's a good point Andrew, because even though let's say nobody died. Okay, because I heard a mormon. Make this argument, but nobody died. That's a controversy. Go okay, let's say nobody died. Are you telling me that when he fires into the crowd. That's not what he's hoping for. I mean you know fire gun into a crowd unless you're hoping to hit somebody and you're probably going to kill them. Especially with a caliber, the size of that L. Pepper box that he had that gun is on display in the church museum across from Temple Square to this very day. Now before they they modernized the visitor center. They had a different gun on display that they said was the gun Joseph Smith years well when I saw the new gun after the opened up the after the renovation I went up and ask somebody at the at the museum. Why is there a different gun on display? Well didn't know that there was a different gun, but I did I'd pictures of the old one as well as the new, and they are not the same. It's an Ethan Allen Pepper box. But the barrel on the original gun was significantly longer than the barrel on this gun. That is now on display. And I had someone from the Church eventually. Contact me on. That may admitted that I was right. At is a gut the different gone, but that the one on display now is the one that Joseph Smith did us, even though for years the sign on the other guns said it was the one that was is. But. It doesn't matter it doesn't matter Joseph. Smith was trying to cause bodily harm to his attackers. Now if a Mormon wants to say, he was.

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"church museum" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"church museum" Discussed on Andrew Rappaport's Rapp Report

"And in court they were, I'm reading from the history. It says that day in court Joseph and higher were released to await trial on the riot charges, but before the brothers could leave town to William. Laws associates brought complaints against them for declaring martial law in the WVU. They were charged with treason against the government and people of Illinois a capital offense that permitted the men for being released on bail. So, Joseph and hire more confined in the county jail locked together in a cell for the night. And this jail. The Carthage jail is a stone building. It's two stories you walk in the bottom. The bottom part was the quarters where the jailer lived with his family and upstairs. There was a barred cell as well as a debtor sell. They call it, and you would go up the stairs and there was a landing there. You would turn to the right, and if you went straight, you would go towards the debt or sell. That's where they put Joseph Smith in the debt or sell. And the door itself didn't even lock. It was wart Baloch did not work, and so you would think that they didn't really think you'd be a flight risk. Except for the fact that they did have armed guards at the jail to make sure that Joe Smith wooden escape, so even though he could probably walk out of the room and go on the landing, he couldn't get away from the jail and and and flea. But what happens on June twenty seventh? Eighteen, forty four. The jail. Is. I. Guess, you could say attack by a mob, and this mob is coming for Joseph Smith now did they want to kill Joseph Smith, that's a matter of controversy something that maybe they were there, merely to capture Joseph Smith and turn them in because he was wanted in another area of the country, and maybe they could get a reward of that, but we'll never really know because we just won't know that stuff. Is I guess not really available to us to know all the facts there, but the mob attacks the jail and they go up on the landing. And Joseph Smith is being visited at that time by a man named Willard Richards and John Taylor. John, Taylor would later become the third president of the Church and Willard Richards was Mormon Apostle they were visiting at the time and earlier in the day Joseph. Smith was visited by guy by the name of Cyrus Wheelock. Cyrus Wheelock left Joe Smith a smuggled pistol. He got past the guards and he gave the gun he actually says. Does anybody want this and Smith supposedly says here give it to me. He wanted it and he put it in his pantaloons pocket. As the way, it's worded in the history of the church. When this mob attacks! Joe Smith not only has a gun, but another man visited him during the day by the name of full, Moore, who also offered a pistol to the prisoners and Joseph. Smith took that and gave it to his brother Hiram. And as the mob came up the landing onto the landing. The men in the cellar, holding themselves against the door. Because, there isn't a lock on the door. and Th- written I'm I'm giving the story as it is more in history? A bullet goes through the door and hits Hiram in the face and the bridge of the nose. He allegedly falls back saying something like I am a dead man. Now. That is certainly controversial because a person shot in the head in that. Area specifically. Is probably not going to be forming words. Or sentences so this could be romanticized for all we know, but Hiram falls back and Joseph Smith allegedly says something to the effect. Oh my poor dear brother, Hiram, and he goes to his aid. WHO's he's laying there and as justice with gets up from his probably dead brother. At this time he pulls the gun out. The opens. The door slightly sticks his. Our Mountain fires the gun three times. Or an excuse me six times. He pulls the trigger, but it fires only three times. It's an even Allen pepper box, not a very reliable gun at all, and only three of the barrels discharge. as we understand it John, Taylor. Who was there, said Bat. The barrels did discharge hit their marks He was under the impression that two of those that were shot by Smith died. That's controversial Some say that's not true. That didn't happen although John, Taylor never changed his mind or changed his account of what happened that day. But what eventually happens, is Joseph Smith after firing the gun? They tried closing the door. He goes to the window of the jails cell, and he begins to give masonic signal of distress, saying the words Oh, Lord my God. He's shot again at the window. Any falls out never completing what many believe to be the masonic signal of stress, which is Oh, Lord, my God. Is there no help for the widow's son? All? He gets out of the words. Lord my God, and he falls out the window. They propped his body up. They shoot him again and at the end of Joe, Smith and Hiram Smith. That's how he died and yet if you were to take the tour. And I've taken it many many times. They never volunteer the information on the smuggled pistol. I always have to bring it up during the when Acre. Well in in the history of the church, one of the things I always would bring up with people is the fact that they described his death as a martyr's death. Right however, as you just gave the accounting. Assuming, shot is fired in. He's not just taking it lying down. He's not distrusting God. He's actually aggressor you know. I think the way that it words in the history of the church. Berkeley's. He had his trusty six shooter I. Think is how was said, but he's firing he's. He's trying to kill people. That's a good point Andrew. Because, even though let's say nobody died. Okay, because I heard a mormon make this argument, but nobody died. That's a controversy. Go okay, let's say nobody died. Are you telling me that when he fires into the crowd. That's not what he's hoping for. I mean you know fire gun into a crowd unless you're hoping to hit somebody and you're probably going to kill them. Especially with a caliber, the size of that L. Pepper box that he had that gun is on display in the church museum across from Temple Square to this very day. Now before they they modernized the visitor center. They had a different gun on display that they said was the gun Joseph Smith years well. When I saw the new gun, the opened up the after the renovation I went up and ask somebody at the at the museum. Why is there a different gun on display? Well didn't know that there was a different gun, but I did I'd pictures of the old one as well as the new, and they are not the same it's. It's an Ethan Allen Pepper box. But the barrel on the original gun was significantly longer than the barrel on this gun. That is now on display. And I. Had someone from the Church eventually contact me on? That may admitted that I was right at is a gut the different gone, but that the one on display now is the one that Joseph Smith did us. Even though for years, the sign on the other guns said it was the one that was is. But it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter Joseph Smith was trying to cause bodily harm to his attackers. Now if a Mormon wants to say, he was.

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"church museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"church museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Here on KQED public radio there has been a Chinese community in Indonesia for centuries but they have been treated as outsiders and suffer discrimination which has at times turned violent I'm if I can ski in in this episode of the compass series Chinese streams here on the BBC world service I'm asking whether the rise of China will help them always creating new problems that's coming up after the news B. B. C. news with Aaron sapphire an experimental drug developed to treat it Botha has been approved for emergency use on coronavirus patients in the United States a U. S. trials suggested that ram sense of it helps shorten the recovery time for seriously ill patients though it didn't greatly improve survival rates adults in Spain are being allowed to exercise outdoors today as one of Europe's strictest lockdowns is further east the rules have already been relaxed full children in Austria all shops are now re opening while in Germany churches museums and playgrounds will open on Monday Singapore says it will begin easing some measures put in place to stop the spread of the virus traditional Chinese medicine practitioners will be allowed to resume some activities from Tuesday while some businesses will be allowed to operate from may the twelfth there's been a shop full in the murder rates in El Salvador since strict quarantine rules were imposed that but it is in the first four months of the year was down fifty fifty eight percent on the same period last year the president of Ecuador Lenin Moreno says the spread of coronavirus has slowed in the country he said there had been a drastic fall in the number of fatalities and that the authorities had overcome problems in dealing with the bodies of the dead the north Korean leader Kim Jong moon has appeared in public for the first time in nearly three weeks his absence of course speculation about his health the official news agency released photos of Mr Kim opening a fertilizer plant and laughing alongside other officials the U. S. women's football team has said it will appeal officer court throughout the key elements of its discrimination case against the national federation the judge dismissed the women's claims that they are underpaid in comparison with their male counterparts on the grounds that they knowingly chosen different pay structure to the men BBC news welcome to our company Sirius Chinese dreams here on the BBC world service I'm Rebecca Hinske looking at how China's rise is causing our peoples and nations across the globe this week Indonesia arrive worked as a journalist for over a decade there are more ethnically Chinese people here than anywhere outside China there has been a Chinese communities here in the capital to contact the sentries the temple way in him now was believed to have been built in the sixteen hundreds under the Dutch colonial rule the Chinese were forced to leave in segregated areas effectively Chinese gas hose.

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More of the world is starting to reopen

BBC World Service

01:07 min | 1 year ago

More of the world is starting to reopen

"Several European countries are taking steps today to ease restrictions imposed over the pandemic in Spain adults will be able to exercise out site in Austria old shops have been reopened Bethany bell reports small shops reopened in Austria two weeks ago but now all schools are permitted to stop business again headdresses in PT sandals also allowed to operate Austrians are now free to leave their homes often looked down restrictions were eased but that's still being asked to keep the meter parts loading to the Hungarian news agency Budapest is opening its borders for business travel from Austria Germany South Korea Poland the Czech Republic and Slovakia in Germany churches museums and playgrounds will open on Monday Singapore says it will gradually begin to ease some measures put in place to contain the spread of cabinet nineteen traditional Chinese medicine practitioners will be allowed to resume some activities from Tuesday while some businesses including Bob as and laundry services will be allowed to operate from may the

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Exploring Hungary

Travel with Rick Steves

08:03 min | 1 year ago

Exploring Hungary

"Let's start out today's travel. With Rick Steves with a little old world charm in Hungary when travelling in Europe. You just have to include the great cities on your itinerary. Hungry elegant capital of Budapest is certainly impressive. But there's another side that you should explore as well and that's the country's smaller towns and cities historic Acre is an easy and popular sidetrip northeast of Budapest. It's been attracting travelers from Eastern Europe. As a place to catch your breath surrounded by the opulent architecture of Hungary to introduce us to the scene. And we're joined by Hungarian tour guides. Monica Poche and George. Farkas thank you. Did I get that right in Budapest? If you're looking for a little break you head up to egger very much. So yes how far away is it and what it would take about. Maybe an hour and ten minutes done in a highway and then on the secondary roads. And then you find yourself in gear Third Drain Connection. There is yes you will have to switch. That's one of the reasons why is not as cosmopolitan as it should be? Because when the train tracks were planned they didn't make a direct connection initially so That's a little bit of a of a downside of it but there's a great bus connection as well so Monica when you were growing up in Budapest. Did your family ever go to Edgar together? Yes actually not just with our family but I remember that During school trips during the communist era we were taken to Edgar Edgar was the seat of the archbishop pre so it has fantastic beautiful churches by the way would like to tell you during the communist era because of the nine hundred fifty six revolution aft-r in Hungary all of the churches are considered to be museums. Saw it ever also well capped? That's even during the communists. They are as squid children. We were taken to the Churches Museums. But not as living places of worship. The church survived physically. But it's a historic place Museum rather than a place of worship joining a community standard harmonised. Okay well it was very much controlled control. Why let's just turn around a little bit and say why Edgar would be the number one destination for Hungarians visit because it's part of the curriculum because that's where biggest victory happened. Hi this is Turkey Turkish time because they talk about. That was the last place to be taken in by the Turks of they go all the way thirteen. Nine thousand Turks are coming over and two thousand Gillian's actually locked themselves up. In the castle women children as early and they go and defeat the Turks. So that's the victory talk about. That's why all children are taken and they are taught. We don't talk about the fact that the send away the defeated Turks. A couple of months later turned around and came back into the town. But that's something we talk about. Obviously that's that's not really something won your battle fifteen fifty two so nearly five hundred years ago. The castle is still there and you can visit the Castle Castle. You even as a tourist. You get a sense. This is really important to the Hungarian much so very much. And my memory of Egor is a minaret and it must be the most northern minaret from the Ottoman Empire sticking up right there in the middle of this city yet. It's like a spaceship. There cannot send has no contracts they just sitting there is under go in a major restoration and so rather interesting Just recently they Reinstated the culpa. Praia a month later. They put it on their huge reconstruction was built for the the man who sings the calder calling. For prayer he actually climb up. The spirit is what about two hundred steps all the way to the top right and then he would get that acoustical benefit of being a top of everybody and to this day while they might not climb up there five times a day. Tourist can climb up there. Yes it's a tight little climb. Yes but it's a good view from there and also the reason it's important to mention because although Hungary was under the Turkish Ottoman invasion in a fifteenth century. They majorly converted existing buildings into minarets or they converted the Roman Catholic churches into mosques. They didn't be too many things. They've built these mirrors that we have. I think maybe two or three in our whole country for the minaret would just decorate a pre existing building that became a mosque. Is that what you're only by? They will buy. It's very rare to see anything from the Fifteenth Century Turkish Ottoman era. But that minaret is one of a kind of it. Gary Tour Guides. George Farkas said Monica Poche telling US why the town of Edgar Northern Hungary is one of the country's most popular getaways right now on travel with Rick. Steves something I remember from Edgar is. The market is just a wonderful market. George can you take us on a little walk? If you have some American friends with you and you want to introduce the culture. What would you find in the market at Egger? That gives us an insight into the salt of their Hungarian cuisine. And it's a great experience. Actually it's a a living market and you still see the ones that actually just went out in the morning and they went to see what's there to sell and they come onto their tunnel is stalls and then they sell day or individual small quantity backyard. I remember that it's like my little card table. And there's a hardscrabble old farmer husband and wife and they've got their turnips potatoes and they kind of looked like their produce very much so yeah so you can get that type of thing and then and then you continue on and then you start to see. The beautifully presented larger stalls with Grapes and Peaches and plums and veggies. And all that beautiful presented. The key is to have that relationship with the vendor. So you go and blink and then they know that they know us so you get the nice stuff From the front. I'm you know to really presentable one. And you're not regular year. You have to be aware you might not get what you see. Are you likely to find some of this famous Hungary and Moonshine for sale very much so Pelinka Pelinka because that's fundamentally something It's like GRAPPA? It's very legal. I would say it starts from eighty proof upwards and its shots That's how in the old days those that work out in the field started. They with just to get some energy my hunches. There's these flat little flasks. That people have definitely I I do have one with me. At that moment Hungarians would never leave the country without a Lilla flat flesh of Polanco. We also call it medicine if you have a heartache if you have a little bit of stomach problem because you're abrode no you are not taking. Bapti obese more something as but you immediately get delillo. Hungarian piling cars sanitizer society. Strong believe it or not but there are still destination centers in the country when you have some fruit trees in Hungary. Let's say plum or apricot or whatever you can take your own fruit to these destinations centers. You know it's bio and then Not filled with chemicals and then they make it for you. This bio moonshine exactly. There's actually a reconsidered approach today because In the old days when you went to house of Hungarian Oh you start to the dinner at the venue they will offer you pulling her and now modern culinary understanding. Is that if you offer Pelinka before the meal. You should be assured that the meal is not going to be good because what they say that if you have your Pelinka sort of so strong it kills your taste at your ability to ten. Then you don't taste the food so now pulling Kush should actually be digested. I suppose to Pera tiff. So if you are a host and you respect what you've cooked you want people to appreciate it you're not gonNA hide it by giving then you offered as before

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Thriving in a time of uncertainty with Dr. Lynn Gribble

The Practical Futurist Podcast

09:59 min | 1 year ago

Thriving in a time of uncertainty with Dr. Lynn Gribble

"Today we have returning guests. Dr Lene Gruber who is one of Australia's founding coaches an accidental academic and an award winning author and university Electra. Lynn Kolzov a pragmatic futurist coach. She also helps people to future proof. They careers in an ever evolving workplace. Lynn is coming to us. Live to die from Sydney Australia. Now it's important to note as you record Saturday. Twenty first of March twenty twenty. It's fair decided on both sides of the world. We're living in completely uncharted waters here in the UK pubs clubs Churches Museums Cinemas. Theatres and schools are now closed. The government is just offered to pay up to eighty percent of workers wages while these companies have shut down and everyone I know is working from home and last night. The streets here in London would deserted. I've never lived through World War but many are saying this is a similar time highly and first of all. How are you and how your family are? They safe and healthy yet. Where all siphon health healthy I moved to working from harm From Tuesday of this last week We went live with everything we were doing in a virtual world from Monday so we did Chinese for Monday and so we're just practicing really good processes of you know keeping things clean making sure that everything that comes in the house is clean and kept clean and so it's all good for us that just for some context. Those didn't he lost your on season. One you'll university lectures explain way you lecturing lecturing so I work at the University of New South Wales which is one of the top universities in part of the group of universities in Australia and a we have the number one business school in Australia. And I'm part of that school and so we have a number of international students as well as local students. What about fifty? Seven thousand students on campus is full so This week we've made the decision to put all our lectures and everything online and work with students in a virtual space which is very exciting. Because I've been teaching online for sixteen years and I think that this may actually be the future will never wanted to have a study about the future work and lock. Y'All been working remotely for many years on the nomad. I just need Wi fi coffee in a flat surface. What's interesting a lot of my colleagues? That have been working at home first. Time actually help one of them like a monitor up of the stays the other day they finding it really really arresting to to work first of all on their own so mental health issues but also getting work done What tips could you give someone who has all of a sudden main told Guy Heim and wet from high and what? What are some things that can be doing to ease into this because it is very very uncomfortable environment? I'm sure a lot of papal use their workplace as pseudo family spice and I think that that's the first thing that we need to acknowledge that we spend a lodge amount of time at work and work as a very for many people social environment My pitch they looked at what happens to people when they get retrenched. And so I've heard all the stories of isolation and not being in the office at citrus. So the first thing that people need to do is recognize that just because you're used to having a lodge monitor. Aw traveling somewhere for work doesn't mean that that's what you need to do for the rest of you life. The second thing around this is that people often focus on what's different rather than focusing on. What's the same so you need to Cape? A routine routine is absolutely kate. If you think about how different for many people if they work say Monday Friday they will often find that on the weekend not aging at the same time then excising time than getting up at the same time so what going to. The office provides structure. And so if you can make a structure about being at home and tried to create the similar structure. You would have as if you're going to work so if you normally get up at seven you should normally get up at seven if you normally get up at six and go to the gym. Maybe your gym workout is now at home. There is so many great apps to be working at home. So and you can look at it harm Ryan shine whether it's forty degrees in Australia. Role minus four degrees in London. So the thing is created routine that you can replicate anywhere and this is one of the foundational things of being able to be flexible and work from anywhere. So one friend of mine was talking about Having to have facetime so a lot of these things are on voice coal and apparently They've also said well. Once a week we have to have quite facetime and now talking about how they then had to quit my cup on and and the hair and everything else Is this the right thing? Should WE FORCE PEOPLE TO BE PRISON? I was actually saying to them that probably after if this goes on for months we weren't k. What we look like in six months we will just go on with their hair. No makeup or whatever Just to to be present but is an important to see other colleagues. I mean I'm seeing lots of photos on social media of all these like the Brady Bunch squares all these people I why having and happy Let's fast forward six months. How will it look in six months when this is the new normal so actually connecting and however connecting works for you? If that's about seeing somebody if it's about texting somebody so if it's about being present you know I always remember when my daughter was quite young That I'd often ring a friend on Friday about five thirty and they also had small kids and we would havoc foreign conversation and share a glass of Wine and Sofa may the whole idea of virtually meeting up. I mean look here we are you and halfway around the world and this conversation wouldn't be that different. If we were in the same room the difference would be that we can see each other. If we really want to see each other now we could turn on a medium that would allow that. But I don't feel that are necessary and to your point about paypal feeling that you know. Do I put my Cup on? What do I get dressed or not now the the ritual of getting dressed into business? 'cause there's lots of studies that talk about when people dress casually they act casually so there is a really good rigor about getting up in the morning and getting dressed for work particularly if that's what you've always done and then overtime being careful that you don't start to become too casual and your work colleagues like you might treat your friends because there's a different set of engagement so it's not about whether you wear makeup or don't wear makeup where a social don't wear a suit. You should be dressed in a way that makes you feel professional so a lot of people where this falls down for them is that they would prefer to where they're jim gear. Twenty four seven and this is awesome. Why we he at New Moms? Say All you know. I just don't get dressed up anymore. I just don't feel like myself anymore and I say well I need dressing the way you were when you went to school when you went to work. And they say why. Don't need to and I GOTTA. You might be surprised how that affects your psyche. So there is a real thing about you know. Get up turn up show up you know and do these a way that makes you feel professional because clubs are often are Armagh to the world. Now I'm sure a lot of people whether they waking from home or freelancing. This is a time of uncertainty. And you said you. Phd cover these thriving in on uncertainty. Let's assume as the government is trying to tell us. This could last for months not weeks. How do we thrive in uncertain times like now the thing that happens with the human mind is that when we are uncertain we try and solve that problem we are problem solving being and so with uncertainty? What people try and do is imagine how to create certainty from the time? We're very little each have to think about what's the first thing they tell you with a young baby get in a routine so it knows what's coming next so it understands the system the passion the prosise so when we break those patents and processes people become very uncertain then they seek ways to create certainty. His thing I'd say to just about everybody today because a lot of people have asked me this week. You know you'll very happy and I go home happy as a clam because I had predicted that we would move to a work from home model and I had predicted we would do that around mid to late. February. So I'm a little bit out. I was a little bit ahead of myself but none the less. What we do know is is that for now. Most people who've got a job doing that from an isolation perspective. Whether that's at harm or distancing social distancing so that is annoying and that's not going to change for the foreseeable future now whether that's a couple of months many months or more than many months but it certainly isn't going to change in the next week or two so you can know physician that how you're setting up to work you should set it up so that you're comfortable to do this for an ongoing period and if that's a couple of months or more than a couple of months that should be arcade don't make do instead of make it what you want it to be for that. Focus on all the things that you know. So if you've got a job you know what that job looks like how you go about. It might change. But the job itself hasn't changed. Your family hasn't changed. Your living situation. Haven't changed so focusing on what you know rather than what you know and keep your mind coming back to. I know these when somebody says what about this darn dwelling the. I don't know because as soon as you go there you'll mind will try and solve it so focus on it. Make a list of all the things you do know and when somebody says what about the actually what I do know is this and keep talking about we know and focus on what you know and what you can anchor

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"church museum" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:26 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on KTOK

"And it's ready when you wake up on the weekend edition. We will be bringing you some of the best stories from the week. Unfortunately, there was a lot of bad news this week. There was another hate crime committed in a place of worship as congregants were celebrating the last day of Passover in a synagogue in the San Diego area. This happened this past weekend, a nineteen year old man opened fire killing one and injuring three others. He had a manifesto posted online. He said that he was inspired by the recent shootings in at the Pittsburgh synagogue and the attacks in New Zealand, my producer random joins us for how some of these events unfolded and how these attacks continue to be accelerated by online platforms. It's not clear exactly how it got started summer reporting that the gunman was yelling Jews were ruining the world before opening fire, but he opened fire he shot and killed a sixty year old woman. He wounded the rabbi he also wounded a thirty four year old man in eight year old girl that thirty four year old man was getting he got shot in the leg after he was helping high. Children and the eight year old girl received shop the face. The rabbi was shot in the hand. And the woman who passed her name is Laurie K, she was a member of this synagogue in. She died trying to protect the rabbi she jumped in front of the bullets to save his life. Her husband was there. He's a physician he was helping people as well. I think he was about to administer some CPR to some people in said come over here, we need some more help and right when he was going to help this one particular person, he realized that was his wife, and then he fainted after that, it's just horrible or able to hear that John Ernest was then taken into custody a few blocks away from the synagogue after the shooting. He actually fled the scene after an off-duty border patrol agent who was working as a security guard shot him there were at least one hundred people inside that synagogue Oscar when the shots fired. So they're saying that this border patrol agent likely prevented this from being away bigger casualty. They also said that the gun that he was using jammed or malfunction on things. So maybe that's why he ran away the border patrol agent fired at him didn't hit him but hit his. Car then he drove away and he called nine one one on himself and gave up almost immediately. The suspect actually called into the California Highway Patrol to report that he was involved in the shooting. He gave his location he gave cross streets and he pulled over his car. He exited the vehicle they said that he jumped out of the car with his hands up, and he was immediately taken into custody by the San Diego police, and they said that there was no incident. He didn't put up a fight. He didn't try to shoot at cops. One of the officers said that the rifle was clearly very visibly sitting right on his front passenger seat. This guy had a manifesto that he posted online to eight Chen one of these dark corners of the internet. And he specifically called out these examples and a couple of others as being his inspiration for wanting to do it something clicked in his head when the New Zealand shooter went and livestream the whole thing it clicked in his head that he had to take action. He had a very similar website to the New Zealand Christ Church shooter it where he had a Q and A section basically like an interview for himself in advance. And one of the things, you know. Hey, when did you start planning this attack and he wrote four weeks ago? I decided that I was doing this for weeks later. I did it. I remember a specific moment in time after Brenton Taryn sacrifice calls. It a sacrifice that something just clicked in my mind. If I won't defend my race. How can I expect others to do the same? It was one week after that New Zealand shooting that he set fire to a mosque and the Esco Dida area. He said, I scorched a mosque and Eskom veto you talked about I was unfortunate that they were able to put the fire out so quickly that happened a week after Christ Church museum and shortly after that he decided he was gonna do that and four weeks later. It happened is a nineteen year old guy. He wrote many times in his manifesto about how he had his whole life ahead of him even talking about his family. They would say things like I would you be doing this? He goes into detail about how he didn't inherit any of these beliefs from his parents, no influence from his family, and that they would be furious with him asking. Why would you throw your life away? You risked everything because you're going to nursing school. You can have a great. Career and have a wonderful family. And he goes as far as to explain he's not mentally ill. He writes in his manifesto. I've seen plenty of mentally ill patients. It's heartbreaking. I know. What it looked like? No. I do not have mental illness. These seems to be someone who's very self aware of why he's doing this. He said, I'm just a normal dude who wanted to have a family help, and he'll people and play piano. We talk a lot about social media and the dark corners of the internet where people go, and he was on these message boards. He said that he had only been lurking his words on these message boards for a year and a half. And that's what's so crazy. So confusing is that that's how quickly it took for all. This hate and stuff on these message boards to warp his mind. Even mentioned, I didn't get this from my family, but I had to take a stand and sacrifice for my race. And things like that. You hear that same message repeated when you hear about people who are American and they travel to ISIS, and they get radicalized online at a very short amount of time. They find these impressionable. Oh, people and give them a reason to hate other people as far as ideology doesn't claim to be motivated by any political beliefs. This is purely like a white nationalism thing in his QNA section one of the first questions he answered was whether he's a Trump supporter or not. And he wrote you mean that Zionist Jew living anti white. Trader don't make me laugh. So this isn't a political thing. This isn't a make America great again thing ease in a league of his own this guy. It's scary to think that a guy can do something in New Zealand and it inspires this guy to act and then he did it so quickly. I it's it's terrifying. Really? He's been charged with one count of first degree murder. Three counts of first degree attempted murder. Just a couple of updates since we did that story. They said that the gunman was wearing a tactical vest when he entered the synagogue, and he had a semi automatic rifle and five ten round magazines with him. They said that he did stop firing possibly because the gun jammed, and he couldn't have checked the magazine to reload. They also said when the off. Off duty border patrol agent fired at him that some of that stuff was caught on surveillance video. He did by that rifle legally, they said, yeah. And the synagogue had actually applied for federal grant money to install gates and more secure doors to better protect the area and that hundred fifty thousand dollars was approved back in September. But they only just received the money in late March. So the church hadn't even gotten the chance to use those funds yet. I mean, you're probably still formulating a plan for how you want to use. It the parents of the shooter did speak out. They said to our great shave. He has now part of the history of evil that has been perpetuated on Jewish people for centuries. So they are not happy with what's going on here, and they are cooperating with investigators as much as they can. So as a story develops. We'll probably have more. It was supposed to there's been a lot of talk lately about terrorism. And we just talked about the shootings in San Diego at the synagogue there. There was a terror plot. That was thwarted by the FBI in Los Angeles. Mark, Stephen Domingo. He's twenty six years old from receipt. A it was a US army infantryman with combat experience in Afghanistan was just arrested this past Friday or trying to coordinate a terrorism plot. There was multiple locations that he was thinking about L A area freeways white supremacists. Rally in Long Beach. He wanted to kill his neighbor at one point there's all sorts of things. There's this weird central point. Also with the story we talked about in San Diego, and with this one also both people felt that this shooting in New Zealand where all these Muslims were killed there. In Christ Church was kind of the central point for them. The catalyst for them to really start wanting to make these plans in this case Miranda what happened with Mark Stephen Domingo. If John Ernest in San Diego was motivated and inspired by the Christ Church shootings. Fair to say that Domingo was also, but in the opposite direction he was motivated to defend Muslims defend Islam, and he was going to take out. Christians Jews anybody who wasn't a Muslim. It didn't matter to him in March and April of two thousand nineteen this guy Domingo's started planning and took steps to manufacture a news weapons of mass destruction in order to commit mass murder. Just last week. He purchased several hundred nails to be used as shrapnel inside of an explosive device. His method was three inches or longer because he wanted to Pierce the skin enough to puncture vital organs and caused slowly bleeding out death. He had collaborators who he thought were working with him. But they were in fact, undercover law enforcement officers. So from the very beginning. There was never a chance. This plan was going to happen and the investigators and the FBI stress that that there was really never a danger to the community because he was con. Constantly being monitored. And all of the co conspirators that he thought he was working with he was solo on this whole thing. But everybody he thought was was an FBI informant or some confidential human source, they call them he expressed violent jihad that he wanted to commit as you said he wanted this to be a retribution for attacks against Muslims. He had this willingness to become a martyr. There was all sorts of plans that they were trying to figure out, but they can never really settle on one thing. And you know, I guess one of the FBI informants know, you'd be willing to die for this or anything like martyrdom, bro. Do it martyrdom, bro? It's all started on March third. He posted on a website. And we're we don't know what it is yet. He posted America needs another Vegas events. Something to kick off a civil unrest. It's not about winning a civil war. It's about weakening America. Giving them a taste of the terror. Gladly spread all over the world. And it was there that he met these other two F B I agents whose job it is to monitor these types of websites and try to engage with these people and see what their plans are. So he posted that and then a couple of days later, he posted after this shootings in New Zealand that there needs to be retribution and from there all spiraled out of control he met and befriended this FBI agent online couple of days later met up in real life in person to discuss potential plans. One of their plans was to just drive around. He modified an AK47. that he actually carried around with him everywhere and one of the plants he wanted to do was drive around with AK47. and just do drive by shootings on police officers. He wanted to find cops who had their windows rolled down and murder them and drive away. You're listening to the daily dive. In addition..

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"church museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Adding home rentals to that. Ecosystem makes a lot of sense says Howard Adler, a professor of hotel management at Purdue University, his it really benefits them because they're expanding their their huge network ready. Adler says home rentals could allow travelers to stay under Marriott roof for every trip. They take for business or pleasure and get loyalty points. But there's a catch much of Maryanto. Tell business is independently owned MorningStar analyst, Dan, wa- Wassily says home sharing may cannibalize some of that business. There is some risk that they're alienating the traditional hotel franchisees that are joining the Maryanne brand renting out private houses. Even high end ones. Also, poses risks homes and hotels are built with different safety standards. Aroon soon Dhiraj on a professor of business at NYU says that's one example of why it's going to be difficult for Marriott in another hotel chains to compete head on with Airbnb. I think Airbnb has made depot. Inroads into the business than any of the hotel chains will into the home shipping. Business anti says Maryam's interest in the market makes the home sharing business. Look more attractive as Airbnb prepares for its IPO later this year. I'm Megan McCurdy Carino for marketplace. This was a big weekend for the National Rifle Association and not in a way, the group is probably pleased with a very public leadership fight at its annual meeting. And now, the New York state attorney general's office is investigating the group financially in particular possibly threatening the NRA's tax exempt status in New York. Now granted this is a state AG looking into a state issue. But there could be repercussions for the group's federal tax status as well. So we asked marketplace's Mariel Sagarra to look into and explain what exactly tax exempt status means. And how an organization might lose. It groups that are tax exempt don't have to pay certain kinds of taxes like income taxes charities are the most well, known example, who of churches museum organizations that when you give them you get a tax deductible contribution Miranda Fleischer at the university of San Diego school of law says charities are type of tax exempt group known as five oh one C threes. But there are other ways to get exempted from taxes groups that promote social welfare qualify under a different section of the law five, oh, one C four Philip Hackney at the university of Pittsburgh school of law says these groups follow different rules, you usually can't deduct contributions to them and they're allowed to get involved in politics a wad of. Nations will form a fiber once before in order to lobby in order to engage in politics that they can't charity the NRA falls under this category. But it has a five oh, one C three foundation to an organization can lose its tax exempt status. If it say does something illegal or pays its leaders excessive salaries, but minoshe Viswanathan who teaches law at the university of California says IRS audits are rare the enforcement arm for tax exempt organization at the IRS is underfunded and not as active as it probably should be but states have their own laws on tax exemption, and they can investigate groups to. That's what's happening in the case of the NRA Merial Sagarra for marketplace. On Wall Street this Monday, you know, what you get if his stock index goes up after a record high. Well, yes, that's right. You get more record highs. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Congressional leaders democratic congressional leaders. I should say house speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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"church museum" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on KCRW

"Depot. Inroads into the business than any of the hotel chains will into the home shipping business. Andy says Marianne interest in the market makes the home sharing business. Look more attractive as Airbnb prepares for its later this year. I'm Megan McCurdy Carino for marketplace. This was a big weekend for the National Rifle Association and not in a way, the group is probably pleased with a very public leadership fight at its annual meeting. And now, the New York state attorney general's office is investigating the group financially in particular possibly threatening the NRA's tax exempt status in New York. Now granted this is a state AG looking into a state issue. But there could be repercussions for the group's federal tax status as well. So we asked marketplace's Mariel Sagarra to look into an explain what exactly text exempts days means. And how an organization might lose. It groups that are tax exempt don't have to pay certain kinds of taxes like income taxes charities are the most well, known example of churches, museums organizations that when you give them you also get a tax deductible contribution maranda Fleischer at the university of San Diego school of law says charities are a type of taxing group known as five oh one C threes. But there are other ways to get exempted from taxes groups that promote social welfare qualify under a different section of the law by a one c four Philip Hackney at the university of Pittsburgh school of law says these groups follow different rules, you usually can't deduct contributions to them and they're allowed to get involved in politics a wad of. Nations will form a five four in order to lobby in order to engage in politics that they can't is a charity the NRA falls under this category. But it has a five oh, one C three foundation to an organization can lose its tax exempt status. If it say does something illegal or pays its leaders excessive salaries, but minoshe Viswanathan who teaches law at the university of California says IRS audits are rare the enforcement arm for tax exempt organizations at the IRS is underfunded and not as active as it probably should be but states have their own laws on tax exemption, and they can investigate groups to. That's what's happening in the case of the NRA. I'm Mary Sagarra for marketplace. On Wall Street this Monday, you know, what you get if a stock index goes up after a record high. Well, yes, that's right. You get more record highs. We'll have the details when we do the numbers. Congressional leaders democratic congressional leaders. I should say house speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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"church museum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:48 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Well, there's something odd about the manifesto for this white supremacist. Murdered fifty innocent Muslims in Christ Church museum. He lives from the attack on on Facebook is truly evil and awful in every possible way. This piece of garbage released this manifesto now, I haven't talked about the actual contents of the manifesto because I didn't want to give the manifesto any sort of airplane. Didn't wanna give it credence. It's filled with evil ideas and his entire goal. His self stated goal in the manifesto is to get people to discuss his ideas. So that they will be polarizing and thus generate all sorts of racial and political conflict in the west is not quiet about this. He says this over and over in the manifesto, the media decided to jump on this manifesto as a rationale for having a, quote, unquote, broader discussion about conservatives and about Islamaphobia and about the criticisms of Islam and about guns and. By doing. So they filled his purpose. They they gave him what he wanted. It gave him what he wanted which was a broader discussion of the issues. The next time. Somebody wants a broader discussion of the issues they care about you can be sure that they'll do something deeply evil, and then the media will cover it in the same way so long as backs their particular political narrative to do so with that said, there's one particular aspect of the manifesto that folks on the left have been jumping on and I think is worthy of discussion. And that is this piece of crap invocation of the west so several times in his garbage manifesto, this evil human being writes about the quote, unquote, west he mentioned the phrase the west some. Let's see how many times have you mentioned it ten times something like that in the course of the seventy four page manifesto is mentioned over and over and over and over again. Now, he never defines the west. He never defines less. What he does do is he rips into all of the elements that we actually think are great about the west. So he never defined what he tends to mean is white people remains racial supremacy of white people. That's that's really what he's talking about. When he says the west he explicitly derives, the quote unquote myth of the individual, which she says was created by conservatism and the west he hates it he rips into the quote unquote, sovereignty of private property for all the talk about how this guy is a right wing conservative like an American style can serve that. Of course is nonsense. He says that the government that he most emulates the government of China. Actually, he likes that government the most. And he also is very worried about climate change in the environment. He spits it to mapra. See he says that democracy is simply mob rule. He says capitalism is terrible. And he says the conservatism is bad because it had surrendered to individualism and private property, democracy and capitalism, which isn't to surrender. That's what conservatism was built to conserve. Now, this is an evil view of the west. It is also an untrue view of what it is. That makes the west the west, unfortunately that that terrorists view of the west is echoed by some people on the left. You say, yeah, you're not. That's really what the west is what the west is white supremacy. When people say western civilization or the west what they mean is white people intersectional critics of the west they look at western civilization. They say western civilization has had slavery. Jim crow. Western civilization has had discrimination against gays and Muslims and women and Jews and therefore western civilization is all those things really what it is is a hierarchy of race which white people sit at the top. So people say they want to defend western civilization that is thinly veiled coded language for they want to defend white people. And so they are all white supremacists. White white supremacism western civilization. They're the same things. The argument that is made by a lot of people on the left sort of critical. Studies theorists of the nineteen sixties. You'll see these on college campus, very often, the Marxist inspired, cultural stuff. On college campuses are specifically aimed at the idea that the west western civilization is inherently bad. This is why you had Jesse Jackson back in the nineteen eighties leading people around chanting. Hey, hey, ho, ho, western civ has got to go in as literally a chant that was being promoted at places like UC, Berkeley. And that's why basic western civilization courses foundations of western civilization. Really, no longer taught most American college campuses more likely, you have to take diversity requirement where you learn about the various shortcomings of western civilization leading to a revolutionary plan to change the system from bottom up, but here's the truth about western civilization, western civilization while it has fallen short was built on through good concepts those concepts not only built the west they made the world a livable place. If you like all this stuff around you. If you like SCI if like free speech, if you like liberalism, democracy, if you like free trade, if you like the idea of being able to alienate, your labor as you see fit and live your life as you want. If you like the idea of being able to. Say what you want and protect yourself. These are outgrowths of western civilization. Is he the question when it comes to western civilization is not what makes western civilization bad because the same thing that makes western civilization bad is what makes every society bad tribalism cruelty, a willingness to to destroy others. So as to preserve some semblance of cognitive consistency. An unwillingness to deal with cognitive dissonance leading to the defining away of other people that's true of every single civilization. Slavery was only abolished in China in the twentieth. Century the early twentieth century slavery existed in Saudi Arabia officially until nineteen sixty one. The eagles. Western civilization are universal goods of western civilization are unique. So the question is what made western civilization unique in the first place. Thanks to western civilization. Billions of human beings. No longer sub suffer in abject poverty. Thanks to the west democracy is seen as both the moral and practical default position by aspiring governments even governments like North Korea, call themselves, the Republic of North Korea. Why would they even bother the only reason they would bother is because they are seeking immoral imprimatur of the word Republic. Thanks to the west individual is in the idea that you get to lead the life that you seek has been able to gain ground against the natural tribalism that is endemic to being a human being. Yes, there have been huge problems in the history of the west the west just like every other history is replete with suffering and journey and slavery now, anti semitism and bigotry all of that is true. But those eagles are present in every single civilization, historically the question is why the west is different. What makes western civilization western civilization? And the answer is that the west is not the west because of tribal notions of race is what I talk about in my new book the right side of history, which is a full-scale defense of western civilization. What western civilization means? What made a great how he can make a great again. The west changed the world because the west is not based on tribe because the west is not based on the idea that you and your special group of friends are the only people that matter the west changed the world because the west is based on cradle motions the same notions. That are rejected by the Christ Church terrorists. He doesn't understand the west who never understood the west the same notions of the west rejected by the interest sexual left. The west is only important because it is the philosophy of the west that provides the foundation for what is great in the United States and around the world. So what was it that provided that foundation? It's the tension between Jerusalem and Athens between revelation and reason thanks to Judeo Christian tradition. Now, the churches went to his kid synagogues. He went to as a kid the west accepted certain foundational principles number one. That the universe is a logical place that the universe is a place that you can understand because it was established by a reasoning God who created logos in the universe. And that our minds reflect God's to the extent that we can investigate that universe. And find things out. This is the basis of science is also the basis for human progress that we using our reason can actually reach out to the world beyond us and come up with solutions. That's that comes naturally to us because we grew up in the civilization, but for most of human history in most places, he predominant feeling has not been that the universe is a logical place capable of understanding that the universe is an arbitrary place in which bad things happen to people at random times. Is the Judeo Christian tradition that established that human beings have moral duty not out of pragmatism, not out of convenience, but out of principle, you have to justify that moral duty on the basis of how human beings should be treated on the basis of a higher moral law that God's he's all of us as having rights and duties, and that we have to live up to those duties not because it's pragmatic to do. So not because we think that it'll help us, but because you have to do the right thing. Whether it's good for your not. Judeo Christian tradition is responsible for the idea that human beings have the capacity and the obligation to better their world that by getting to know the world around us, we get to know God. That God is the pace board man that the nature and world are a pace board masking by getting to know those by getting better, we get to know God's. It's very to mystic. My dean concept Thomas Aquinas, and Moses my monitors and finally most importantly, the single most important verse in the history of humanity that every human being is created in the image of God with an eight creativity innate rights in eight value. That is not something that comes naturally to human beings. Even today, we are busily defining away human beings. We don't like. Whether historically we have defined way black people as property. Inactive evil, or whether today, we find a way unborn children as unworthy of protection inactive evil that is the natural state of humanity Judeo Christian values that said that every human being not just the powerful or made in the image of God. But that's not the only thing that the west is about it's not just bad Judeo Christianity. It's also about a tradition of reason. We'll get to that.

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"church museum" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

09:52 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Welcome back. This is the Ben Shapiro show. Well, there's something odd about the manifesto for this white supremacist. Humor fifty innocent Muslims in Christ Church museum. He lives from the attack on on Facebook is truly evil and awful in every possible way. This piece of garbage released this manifesto. I haven't talked about the actual contents of the manifesto because I didn't want to give the manifesto any sort of airplane. Didn't wanna give it credence. I think it's filled with evil ideas. And his entire goal is self stated goal in the manifesto is to get people to discuss his ideas. So that they will be polarizing and thus generate all sorts of racial and political conflict in the west is not quiet about this. He says this over and over in the manifesto, the media decided to jump on this manifesto as a rationale for having a, quote, unquote, broader discussion about conservatives and about Islamaphobia and about the criticisms of Islam and about guns and by doing so they fulfilled purpose, they they gave him what he wanted. They gave him what he wanted which was a broader discussion of the issues. The next time. Somebody wants a broader discussion of the issues they care about you can be sure that they'll do something deeply evil and the media will cover it in the same way. So long backs their particular political narrative to do. So with that said, there's one particular aspect of the manifesto that folks on the left have been jumping on and I think is worthy of discussion. And that is this piece of crap invocation of the west so several times in his garbage manifesto, this evil human being writes about the quote unquote, west he mentions the phrase, the west some. Let's see how many times have you mentioned it ten times something like that in the course of the seventy four page manifesto is mentioned over and over and over and over again. Now, he never defines the west. He never defines the last. What he does do is he rips into all of the elements that we actually think about the west. So he never defines the west what he tends to mean is white people are you meant racial supremacy of white people. That's that's really what he's talking when he says the west he explicitly derives, the quote unquote myth of the individual, which he says was created by conservatism and the west he hates it, he rips into the quote unquote, sovereignty of private property for all the talk about how this guy is a right wing conservative, like an American South insertive that of course is nonsense. He says that the government that he most emulates the government of China. Actually, he likes that government the most. And he also is very worried about climate change in the environment. He spits accuracy. He says the democracy is simply mob rule. He says capitalism is terrible. And he says the conservatism is bad because it had surrendered to individualism and private property and democracy and capitalism, which isn't a surrender. That's what conservatism was built to conserve. Now, this is an evil view of the west is also an untrue view of what it is. That makes the west the west, unfortunately, that that terrorist view of the west is echoed by some people on the left. You say, yeah, you know, what that's really what the west is what the west is is white supremacy. When people say western civilization or the west what they mean is white people intersectional critics of the west they look at western civilization. They say, well, western civilizations have slavery and Jim crow. Western civilization has had discrimination against gays and Muslims and women and Jews and therefore western civilization is all those things. Really what it is is a hierarchy of race it which white people sit at the top. So when people say they want to defend western civilization that is thinly veiled coded language for they want to defend white people. And so they are all white supremacists. White white supremacism western civilization. They're the same things. The argument that is made by a lot of people on the left the sort of critical. Studies theorists of the nineteen sixties. You'll see these college campus, very often, the Marxist-inspired cultural studies. On college campuses are specifically aimed at the idea that the west western civilization is inherently bad. This is why you had Jesse Jackson back in the nineteen eighties leading people around chanting. Hey, hey, ho, ho, western civ has got to go mean there's literally a chance that was being promoted at places like UC, Berkeley. And that's why basic western civilization courses foundations of western civilization. The really no longer taught and most American college campuses more likely, you have to take diversity requirement where you learn about the various shortcomings of western civilization leading to a revolutionary plan to change the system from bottom up here is the truth about western civilization western civilization while it has fallen short was built on true good concepts those concepts not only built the west they made the world a livable place. If you like all this stuff around you if you like science, if you like free speech, if you like liberalism, democracy, if you like free trade, if you like the idea of being able to alienate, your labor as you see fit and live your life as you want. If you like the idea of being able to say. What you want and protect yourself. These are outgrowths of western civilization. You see the question when it comes to western civilization is not what makes western civilization bad because the same thing that makes western civilization bad is what makes every society bad tribalism cruelty, a willingness to to destroy others. So as to preserve some semblance of cognitive consistency. An unwillingness to deal with cognitive dissonance leading to the defining away of other people that's every single civilization. Slavery was only abolished in China in the twentieth. Century the early twentieth century slavery existed in Saudi Arabia officially until nineteen sixty one. The eagles. Western civilization are universal goods of western civilization are unique. So the question is what made western civilization unique in the first place. Thanks to western civilization. Billions of human beings. No longer sub suffered in abject poverty. Thanks to the west democracy is seen as both the moral and practical default position by sparing, governments even governments like North Korea, call themselves, the Republic of North Korea. Why would they even bother the only reason they would bother is because they are seeking immoral premature of the word Republic. Thanks to the west individualism in the idea that you get to lead the life that you seek has been able to gain ground against the natural tribalism that is endemic to being a human being. Yes, there have been huge problems in the history of the west the west just like every other history is replete with suffering and tyranny, and slavery and anti semitism and bigotry all of that is true. But those evils are present in every single civilization, historically the question is why the west is different. What makes western civilization western civilization? And the answer is the west is not the west because of tribal notions of race is what I talk about in my new book the right side of history, which is a full-scale defense of western civilization. What western civilization means? What made a great how he can make a great again. The west changed the world because the west is not based on tribe because the west is not based on the idea that you and your special group of friends are the only people that matter the west changed the world because the west is based on cradle notions the same notions. That are rejected by the Christ Church terrorists. He doesn't understand the west who never understood the west the same notions of the west rejected by the intersectional left. The west is only important because it is the philosophy of the west that provides the foundation for what is great in the United States and around the world. So what was it that provided that foundation it's the tension between Jerusalem and Athens between revelation and reason thanks to Judeo Christian tradition. Now, the churches that you went to as a kid the synagogues you went to his a kid the west accepted certain foundational principles number one that the universe is a logical place that the universe is a place that you can understand because it was established by a reason in God who created logos in the universe. And that our minds reflect God's to the extent that we can investigate that universe. And find things out. This is the basis of science is also the basis for human progress that we using our reason can actually reach out to the world beyond us and come up with solutions. That's that comes naturally to us because we grew up in the civilization, but for most of human history, and in most places, the predominant feeling not been that the universe is a logical place capable of understanding that the universe is arbitrary place in which bad things happen to people at random times. Is the Judeo Christian tradition that established that human beings have a moral duty not out of pragmatism, not out of convenience, but out of principle you have to justify that moral duty on the basis of how human beings should be treated on the basis of a higher moral law the gods? He's all of us as having rights and duties, and that we have to live up to those duties not because it's pragmatic to do. So not because we think that it'll help us, but because you have to do the right thing. Whether it's good for your not. Judeo Christian tradition is responsible for the idea that human beings have the capacity and the obligation to better their world that by getting to know the world around us, we get to know God. That God is the pace board man that the nature world are a pace board masking by getting to know those by getting to know that world better than we get to know God is very to mystic Indian concept, Thomas acquaintance and most of my monitors. And finally, most importantly, the single most important verse in the history of humanity that every human being is created in the image of God with an eight creativity. Innate writes in eight value that is not something comes naturally to human beings. Even today, we are busily defining away human beings. We don't like. Whether historically we have defined way black people as property inactive evil, or whether today, we find a way unborn children as unworthy of protection inactive evil that is the natural state of humanity Judeo Christian values that said that every human being not just the powerful were made in the image of God. But that's not the only thing that the west is about it's not just bad Judeo Christianity. It's also better tradition of reason. And we'll get to that in just one second. I need to sleep better. Okay. The reality is that you're not sleeping enough. I know,.

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"church museum" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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09:23 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Chicago's news. I've learned a lot in the process focused on the future not the past. I think what matters. L S ninety. What matters is the Ben Shapiro show. Well, there's something odd about the manifesto for this white supremacists. Murdered fifty innocent Muslims in Christ Church museum. He lives from the attack on on Facebook. I mean, it was truly evil and awful in every possible way. This piece of garbage released this manifesto now, I haven't talked about the actual contents of the manifesto because I didn't want to give the manifesto any sort of airplane didn't wanna give it credence thing. It's filled with evil ideas. And his entire goal is self stated goal in the manifesto is to get people to discuss his ideas. So that they will be polarizing and thus generate all sorts of racial and political conflict in the west. He's not quiet about this. He says this over and over in the manifesto the media decided to jump on this manifesto as a rationale for having a, quote, unquote, broader discussion about conservatives and about Islamaphobia and about the criticisms of Lum and about guns and by doing so they fulfilled its purpose. They dig in what he wanted. I gave him what he wanted. Which was a broader discussion of the issues. The next time. Somebody wants a broader discussion of the issues they care about you. Sure that they'll do something deeply evil, and then the media will cover it in the same way, so long as their particular political narrative to do so with that said, there's one particular aspect of the manifesto that folks on the left have been jumping on and I think is worthy of discussion. And that is this piece of crap invocation of the west so several times in his garbage manifesto, this evil human being writes about the quote, unquote, west he mentioned the phrase the west some. Let's see how many times does he mentioned it ten times something like that in the course of the seventy four page manifesto. It's mentioned over and over and over and over again. Now, he never defines the west. He never defines less. What he does do is he rips into all of the elements that we actually think are great about the west. So he never defines the west what he tends to mean is white people that racial supremacy of white people. That's that's really what he's talking about. When he says the west he explicitly to rides the quote unquote myth of the individual, which he says was created by conservatism and the west he hates it, he rips into the quote, unquote, sovereignty of private property for all the talk about how this guy is a right wing, conservative Americans south, and that, of course is nonsense. He says the government that he most emulates the government of China. Actually, he likes that government the most. And he also is very worried about climate change in the environment. He spits it to mapra. See he says the democracy is simply mob rule. He says capitalism is terrible. And he says the. Conservatism is bad because it had surrendered to individualism and private property and democracy and capitalism, which isn't to surrender. That's what conservatives was built to conserve. Now, this is an evil view of the west is also an untrue view of what it is. That makes the west the west, unfortunately that that terrorists view of the west is echoed by some people on the left. You say, yeah. Yeah. You know, what that's really what the west is what the west is is white supremacy. When people say western civilization or the west what they mean is white people intersectional critics of the west they look at western civilization. They say, well, western civilization has had slavery and Jim crow. Western civilization has had discrimination against gays and Muslims and women and Jews and therefore western civilization is all those things. Really what it is is a hierarchy of race it which white people sit at the top some people say they want to defend western civilization that is thinly veiled coded language for they want to defend white people. And so they are all white supremacists. White white supremacism western civilization. They're the same things. The argument that has made by a lot of people on the left this sort of critical. Studies theorists of the nineteen sixties. You'll see these college campus very often, the Marxist-inspired cultural studies on college campuses are specifically aimed at the idea that the. West western civilization is inherently bad. This is why you had Jesse Jackson back in the nineteen eighties leading people around chanting. Hey, hey, ho, ho, western civ has got to go. I mean, there's literally chant that was being promoted at places like UC, Berkeley. And that's why basic western civilization courses foundations of western civilization. The really no longer taught and most American college campuses more likely, you have to take diversity requirement where you learn about the various shortcomings of western civilization leading to a revolutionary plan to change the system from bottom up, but here's the truth about western civilization western civilization while it has fallen short was built on through good concepts those concepts not only built the west they made the world a livable place. If you like all this stuff around you if you like SCI fi, like free speech, if you like liberalism, democracy, if you like free trade, if you like the idea of being able to alienate, your labor as you see fit and live your life as you want. If you like the idea of being able to say what you want and protect yourself. These are outgrowths of western civilization. You see the question when it comes to western. Civilization is not what makes western civilization bad because the same thing that makes western civilization bad is what makes every society bad tribalism cruelty, a willingness to to destroy others. So as to preserve some semblance of cognitive consistency in unwillingness to deal with cognitive dissonance leading to the defining away of other people that's every single civilization. Slavery was only abolished in China in the twentieth century early twentieth century slavery existed in Saudi Arabia officially until nineteen sixty one. The eagles. Western civilization are universal goods of western civilization are unique. So the question is what made western civilization unique in the first place. Thanks to western civilization. Billions of human beings. No longer sub suffered in abject poverty. Thanks to the west democracy is seen as both the moral and practical default position by governments even governments like North Korea. Call themselves the Republic of North Korea. Why would they even bother the only reason that would bother is because they are seeking immoral premature of the word Republic, thanks to the west individualism. The idea that you to lead the life that you seek has been able to gain ground against the natural tribalism that is endemic to being a human being. Yes. There have been huge problems in the history of the west. The west just like every other history is replete with suffering insurance, and slavery and anti semitism and bigotry all of that is true. But those evils our presence in every single civilization, historically the question is why the west is different. What makes western civilization western civilization? And the answer is that the west is not the west because of tribal notions of race talk about my new book the right side of history, which is a full-scale defense of western civilization. What western civilization means? What made a great how he can make a great again. The west changed the world because the west is not based on tribe because the west is not based on the idea that you and your special group of friends are the only people that matter the west changed the world because the west is based on credo lotions the same notions that are rejected by the Christchurch terrorist. He doesn't understand the west who never understood the west the same. Notions of the west rejected by the intersectional left. The west is only important because it is the philosophy of the western provides the foundation for what is great in the United States and around the world. So what was it that provided that foundation it's the tension between Jerusalem Athens between revelation and reason thanks to Judeo Christian tradition. Now, the churches that went to as a kid synagogues. They went to as a kid the west accepted certain foundational principles number one that the universe is a logical place that the universe is a place that you can understand because it was established by reason in God who created logos in the universe. And that our minds reflect God's to the extent that we can investigate that universe. And find things out. This is the basis of science is also the basis for human progress that we using our reason can actually reach out to the world beyond us and come up with solutions. That's that comes naturally to us because we grew up in the civilization, but for most of human history, and in most places, the predominant feeling has not been that the universe is a logical place capable of understanding it's been at the university arbitrary place in which bad things happen to people at random times. Is the Judeo Christian tradition that established that human beings have a moral duty not out of pragmatism, not out of convenience, but out of principle you have to justify that moral duty on the basis of how human beings to be treated on the basis of a higher moral law the gods? He's all of us as having rights and duties, and that we have to live up to those duties not because it's pragmatic to do. So not because we think that it'll help us, but because you have to do the right thing. Whether it's good for your not. Judeo Christian tradition is responsible for the idea that human beings have the capacity and the obligations better the world that by getting to know the world around us, we get to know God that God is the pace board that the nature world are pace board basking by getting to know those by getting to know that world better than we get to know, God is very simplistic, my manatee and concept Thomas Aquinas and most of my monitors. And finally, most importantly, the single most important verse in the history of sanity that every human being is created in the image of God with an creativity writes in eight value that is not something that comes naturally to human beings. Even today, we are busily defining away human beings. We don't like. Whether historically have defined way black people as property in active evil, or whether today, we find a way unborn children as unworthy of protection, inactive evil. That is the natural state of humanity is Judeo Christian values that said that every human being not just the powerful or made in the image of God. But that's not the only thing that the west is about it's not just Christianity. It's also about a tradition of reason. We'll get to that in just.

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"church museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

09:32 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Show. Well, there's something odd about the manifesto for this white supremacists. Murdered fifty innocent Muslims in Christ Church museum livestream. The attack on Facebook is truly evil and awful in every possible way. This piece of garbage released this manifesto now, I haven't talked about the actual contents of the manifesto because I didn't want to give the manifesto any sort of airplane didn't want to give it credence. I think it's filled with evil ideas. And his entire goal is self stated goal in the manifesto is to get people to discuss his ideas said they will be polarizing and thus generate all sorts of racial and political conflict in the west is not quiet about this. He says this over and over in the manifesto the media decided to jump on this manifesto as a rationale for having a, quote, unquote, broader discussion about conservatives and about Islamaphobia and about the criticisms of Islam and about guns and by doing so they fulfilled his purpose. What he wanted? They gave him what he wanted which was a broader discussion of the issues. The next time. Somebody wants a broader discussion of the issues they care about you can be sure that they'll do something deeply evil, and then the media will cover it in the same way, so long as it backs the particular political narrative to do so with that said, there's one particular aspect of the manifesto that folks on the left have been jumping on and I think is worthy of discussion. And that is this piece of crap invocation of the west so several times in his garbage manifesto, this evil human being writes about the quote, unquote, west he mentioned the phrase the west some. Let's see how many times have you mentioned it ten times something like that in the course of the seventy four page manifesto is mentioned over and over and over and over again. Now, he never defines the west. He never defines the last what he does do is rips into all of the elements that we actually think about the west. So he never defines the west what he tends to mean is white people remains racial supremacy of white people. That's that's really what he's talking when he says the west he explicitly to rise the quote unquote myth of the individual, which she says was created by conservatism and the west he hates it, he rips into the quote unquote, sovereignty of private property for all the talk about how this guy is a right wing conservative, like an American style that of course, is nonsense. He says that the government the government of China, actually, he likes that government the most. And he also is very worried about climate change in the environment. He spits it to mock he says the democracy is simply mob rule. He says capitalism is terrible. And he says. Conservatism is bad because it had surrendered to individualism and private property and democracy and capitalism, which isn't a surrender. That's what conservatism was built to conserve. Now, this is an evil view of the west is also an untrue view of what it is. That makes the west the west, unfortunately that that terrorists view of the west is echoed by some people on the left. You say, yeah, you know, what that's really what the west is what the west is is white supremacy. When people say western civilization or the west what they mean is white people intersectional critics of the west they look at western civilization. They say, well, western civilization has had slavery and Jim crow. Western civilization has had discrimination against gays and Muslims and women and Jews and therefore western civilization is all those things. Really what it is is a hierarchy of race it which white people sit at the top. So when people say they want to defend western civilization that is thinly veiled coded language for they want to defend white people. And so they are all white supremacists. White white supremacism western civilization. They're the same things. The argument that has made by a lot of people on the left sort of critical. Studies theorists of the nineteen sixties. You'll see these on college campus, very often, the Marxist inspired cultural studies on college campuses are specifically aimed at the idea that the. Western civilization is inherently bad. This is why you had Jesse Jackson back in the nineteen eighties leading people around chanting. Hey, hey, ho, ho western civ has got to go in. There's literally a chant that was being promoted at places like UC, Berkeley. And that's why basic western civilization courses foundations of western civilization. Really, no longer taught most American college campuses more likely, you have to take a diversity requirement where you learned about the various shortcomings of western civilization leading to a revolutionary plan to change the system from up here is the truth about western civilization western civilization while it has fallen short was built on Fru good concepts those concepts not only built the west they made the world a livable place. If you like all this stuff around you if you like SCI fi, like free speech, if you like liberalism, democracy, if you like free trade, if you like the idea of being able to alienate, your labor as you see fit and live your life as you want. If you like the idea of being able to say what you want and protect yourself. These are outgrowths of western civilization. You see the question when it comes to western civilization is not what makes western civilization bad because the same thing that makes western civilization bad is what makes every society bad tribalism cruelty, a willingness to to destroy others. So as to preserve some semblance of cognitive consistency. An unwillingness to deal with cognitive dissonance leading to the defining away of other people that's every single civilization. Slavery was only abolished in China in the twentieth century early twentieth century slavery existed in Saudi Arabia officially until nineteen sixty one. The evils of western civilization are universal goods of western civilization are unique. So the question is what made western civilization unique in the first place. Thanks to western civilization. Billions of human beings. No longer sub suffer in abject poverty. Thanks to the west democracy is seen as both the moral and practical default position by aspiring governments even governments like North Korea, call themselves, the Republic of North Korea. Why would they even bother the only reason they would bother is because they are seeking immoral premature of the word Republic. Thanks to the west individual is in the idea that you get to lead the life that you seek has been able to gain ground against the natural tribalism that is endemic to being a human being. Yes, there have been huge problems in the history of the west the west just like every other history is replete with suffering and tyranny and slavery, anti semitism and bigotry all of that is true. But those evils are present in every single civilization, historically the question is why the west is different. What makes western civilization western civilization? And the answer is at the west is not the west because of tribal notions of race is what I talk about in my new book the right side of history, which is a full-scale defense of western civilization. What western civilization means? What made a great how he can make a great again. The west changed the world because the west is not based on tribe because the west is not based on the idea that you and your special group of friends are the only people that matter the west changed the world because the west is based on cradle notions the same notions. That are rejected by the Christ Church terrorists who doesn't understand the west who never understood the west the same notions of the west rejected by the interest sexual left. The west is only important because it is the philosophy of the west that provides the foundation for what is great in the United States and around the world. So what was it that provided that foundation? It's the tension between Roussel woman Athens between revelation and reason they Judeo Christian tradition. The churches that you went to as a kid the synagogue. He went to his a kid the west accepted certain foundational principles number one. That the universe is a logical place that the universe is a place that you can understand because it was established by reasoning God who created logos in the universe. And that our minds reflect God's to the extent that we can investigate that universe. And find things out. This is the basis of science is also the basis for human progress that we using our reason can actually reach out to the world beyond us and come up with solutions. That's that comes naturally to us because we grew up in the civilization, but for most of human history, and in most places, the predominant feeling has not been that the universe is a logical place capable of understanding that the universe is arbitrary place in which bad things happen to people at random times. Is the Judeo Christian tradition that established the human beings have a moral duty not out of pragmatism, not out of convenience, but out of principle you have to justify that moral duty on the basis of how human beings should be treated on the basis of a higher moral law the gods? He's all of us as having rights and duties, and that we have to live up to those duties not because it's pragmatic to do. So not because we think that it'll help us, but because you have to do the right thing. Whether it's good for your not. Judeo Christian tradition is responsible for the idea that human beings have the capacity and the obligations to better their world that by getting to know the world around us, we get to know God. The God is the pace board man that the nature world are pace board asking by getting to know those by getting to know that world better we get to know God is very to mystic. My monetary and concept Thomas Aquinas and most of my monitors and finally most importantly, the single most important verse in the history of that every human being is created in the image of God with creativity. In Nate writes in eight value that is not something that comes naturally human beings. Even today, we are busily defining away human beings. We don't like. Whether historically we have defined way black people as property. In active evil, or whether today, we find a way unborn children as unworthy of protection, inactive evil. That is the natural state of humanity is Judeo Christian values that said that every human being not just the powerful were made in the image of God. But that's not the only thing that the west is about it's not just bad Judeo Christianity. It's also about a tradition of reason. We'll get to that.

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"church museum" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

Daily Tech Headlines

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on Daily Tech Headlines

"Just for you. And then I bitch draft Lino at these tech headlines for the week that was. At least forty nine people were killed in a shooting at to Moscow and Christ Church museum Friday and videos being circulated purporting to be a seventeen minute. Facebook livestream from one of the shooter's Facebook said was alerted by police shortly after the stream started and remove the video as well as the shooter's Facebook and Instagram accounts video claiming to be copies have appeared. Elsewhere on Facebook as well as on YouTube Reddit and Twitter all platforms come to be removing the videos as soon as they become aware. Newseum police have asked people not to share the video. The New York Times reports sources say US federal prosecutors are investigating data deals that Facebook made with big tech companies like Amazon, Apple and Microsoft, a grand jury in New York has reportedly subpoenaed records from at least two s- device makers, though, the company names were not disclosed Facebook said in response to the report that it was cooperating with investigators in multiple federal probes, but didn't address the grand jury inquiry specifically. The US government says it will downgrade intelligent sharing with Germany. If why wins a contract to build up, the country's five G infrastructure. According to a letter from US ambassador to Germany, Richard grennell to Germany's economic Mr Peter mayor, Germany has not found conclusive evidence that while by technology is being used for spying by the Chinese government. Although they can see the company could be compelled to do. So in the future. NBC news reports that IBM used images from flicker to train an AI and facial recognition the photos had been listed under a creative Commons license which granted wide rights to use the photos. Without permission IBM said it complied with privacy principles and that the data set compile data on measurements. Between facial features. Not the actual images themselves. IBM also said individuals could opt out of the data set and NBC news has developed a tool to check..

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"church museum" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"church museum" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"You see the cat. And all of a sudden, you're star. I'm a hero radio revived seven people put them. He's not on the front page will have split up for you is it because you're black. No you racist. Because people love cats. Coma. FD on through TV. Out front next. President Trump dismissive of white nationalism on the day. Forty-nine? Muslims are murdered by a white supremacist in their place of worship. Plus new details about the man charged in the terror attack. How closely was he watching the United States and Muller not done yet? To key. Trump associates could have more to offer are more indictments about to come. Let's go out front. Good evening. I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight. The breaking news we have new video of the arrest. This is the arrest of a twenty eight year old mass murder suspect in New Zealand. You see him there on the ground in that video. He's then surrounded by police. This is the alleged white nationalist who slaughtered a forty nine people and seriously wounded twenty more in the mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand and tonight, President Trump's response was to minimize the issue of white nationalism. Rising threat around the world. I don't really I think it's a small group of people that have very very serious problem. Dismissive answer on a day when forty-nine people were gone down by an alleged white nationalist, the president had an opportunity to denounce white nationalism. They're loudly clearly with the emotion it deserved on a day. Like, this something that should be easy and is important to hear from the president of the United States after all the suspected New Zealand shooter praised Trump and his eighty-seven page manifesto as a quote symbol of renewed white identity and common purpose, but it wasn't just the president's dismissal of white nationalism. That was so jarring during his twenty seven minute appearance to talk about his wall today. It was embrace of the same word the suspected shooter used in his manifesto when raiding ranting against immigrants that word is invade. It's a word Trump used today to talk about immigrants on the US southern border. We're on track for a million illegal aliens to Russia borders, people hate the word invasion, but that's what it is. It's an invasion of drugs and criminals and people. And when it comes to the forty nine innocent, people murdered by that white nationalist in New Zealand. They were Muslims another group where the president has stoked the flames. If you have people coming out of mosques with hatred and with death, and they're in their eyes and on their minds. We're going to have to do something. I think Islam hates us. There's something there's something there that that's tremendous hatred. They're radical Islamic terrorism. Okay. There's a lot of hatred. Right now, the suspect in New Zealand is in court, bliss savage is out front in Christ Church museum tonight and bliss. What more are you learning about the court appearance right now? So the twenty year old male has been charged with murder, but New Zealand police are saying that there are more charges to come. He actually finished his brief appearance in the Christ Church district court right behind us not too long ago. So there's quite a crowd around us. Everybody trying to wait and see if they can catch a glimpse of him leaving. We did see an armored truck. We're not sure if that's what he's being transported in for all we know he could have already been whisked away. But what we do know about his appearance is brief appearance in court. Not too long ago was that he was in jail attire. He was silent. And according to our CNN journalists that we had in the courtroom. He had a neutral expression for the most part since then he since been taken back into custody and he's expected to reappear in court on April. Then that's what we have right now. All right both. Thank you very much as you're describing a neutral expression on his face tonight. We're learning much more about that hate-filled manifesto, the one. That used the word invade praised. The president manifesto the shooter left behind Alex Marquardt is out front. It's a diatribe filled with hate anger and vows of revenge..

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