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"city university new york" Discussed on This Week In Google

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"city university new york" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

Breaking Green Ceilings

02:22 min | 2 months ago

"city university new york" Discussed on Breaking Green Ceilings

"Elyssa Peres is such an exuberance and positive energy to be present in she as an environmental educator and I follow her on instagram through her handle is stabilizing through the account. I have been able to keep abreast with the environmental news in the US and internationally, and what I appreciate about the information she shares is that it's not always mainstream which gives me A. Broader awareness of the environmental condition of our planet as an educator Elissa shares how from her experiences mainstream environmentalism can be quite elitist and therefore exclusionary, which then makes it difficult for her community in the Bronx in New York to learn about how environmental degradation and Comma change affects them. So her goal when educating is to make environmental information, common knowledge, accessible, and digestible. Also in all of the role of supplies as a community organizer, she organizes cleanups in various parts of New, York City and parks, which to me is a demonstration of being the change you want to see in the world Alyssa's also pursuing a BA in environmental studies at City University New York we had an eye opening conversation around her academic experience. where she shared that, one of the main reasons she decided to pursue her BA is to gain credibility in the mainstream environmental community. Elissa has the knowledge and the expertise, but she has found that as a Puerto Rican woman of color she has often faced stereotypes which have prevented her from gaining opportunities push then leaves her in a situation where she needs. To spend the money to have a Western degree to give more legitimacy and advanced degrees are good. But no one should have to pursue it because it gives them more credibility as a person of color. I, just have an issue with the situation. Elissa. Finds herself in because sadly, it's the reality for many and these kind of systems and attitudes that I. AM hoping we can undo through the conversations on breaking being ceilings I. Hope you enjoy this conversation because again, it brought up an awareness of a challenge but many environmentalists. So color face earlier on in their professional development, and I really hope that by sharing these stories that were able to overcome some of these challenges that.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

12:55 min | 11 months ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WRVA

"Everybody mark living here are number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one you know it occurs to me just as I'm coming on the air here there's not a single area of life except the bot tree in the morality or the left promotes liberty except the battery and immorality what is the left promote liberty if you want to destroy yourself they have no problem with that drugs and so forth but it's a constant battle between liberty and tearing it's a constant battle certainly on the big issues of individualism over centralized government and yet in so many ways they're better able to propagandize an articulate their positions than virtually any Republican in Congress certainly in the Senate that's part of the problem isn't I keep going back to this issue that the New York times race that that America was founded in slavery the sixteen nineteen project because it is a massive propaganda effort which has a devious intent a diabolical intent and that is to destroy the connection between modern man millennials colleges and universities but also public schools because that's where this is being spread in our country's founding if the people cease to support their own country's founding in the principles upon which it was founded then the country ceases to exist it's a blank slate which is of course what the left once and so there are many prominent historians have spoken out about this and you probably never heard of any of them or many of them have certainly never heard what they said because they're interviewed really on the secondary market some platforms and I'm gonna start bringing the man of my various platforms so you can hear what they have to say because this is again a a diabolical notorious effort by the New York times which also led the effort to cover up the Holocaust this is a very very bad business this New York times a very bad company others are starting to finally figure that out but its standards are so bad they've been picked up by other media outlets because of the prominence of The New York Times in the media those standards have been picked up by CNN and MSNBC NBC ABC and CBS The Washington Post because the near times as their guide star amazingly amazingly even its recent anti semitism in its reporting in its hiring really incredible I said my god I see Michael Goodman is picked up on it and he's right he used to work there but I wrote a whole book on it let's take a look at the slavery issue it is a wonderful piece of hot air by John Sexton prominent historians criticize The New York Times sixteen nineteen project is biased anti historical but unless you have a really sharp Ernest studious teacher in these various public high schools pushing back these kids will never hear the alternative that is the truth the near time sixteen nineteen project was a sprawling effort earlier this year to convince Americans that slavery was part of the DNA of America made up of various pieces by different authors the sixteen nineteen projects seem to promote an idea that match current far left sentiment about the importance of identity with an underlying anti capitalism the times is now promoting the project for inclusion in high school search curricula so it's likely it'll be with us for some time but where did all this material come from one side is done some important work looking into the times project by simply asking top scholars what they thought of it and whether or not they were consulted in publishing of use three of those scholars have said they were not consulted and that the project seems to be based on much on a biased and a narrow eighty ideology is history but there's one twist in this story that you probably won't see coming and I found it on the site to this site which is done these interviews is the world socialist website and I've been on that site another socialist but they've actually interviewed the scholars take that for what it's worth but I think the work speaks for itself in this case earlier this month the site interview James McPherson this guy's a top notch historian as a reaction to the times project McPherson is a Princeton history professor who specializes in the history of the civil war including a Pulitzer Prize winning history on the topic here's a sample of what he had to say about sixteen nineteen he's asked what was your initial reaction to the sixteen nineteen project well I didn't know anything about it until I got my Sunday paper with the magazine section entirely devoted to the sixteen nineteen project because this is a subject I've long been interested in I sat down and started to read some of the essays I'd say that almost from the outset I was disturbed by what seemed like a very unbalanced one sided account which lack context and perspective on the complexity of slavery which was clearly obviously not an exclusively American institution but existed throughout history and slavery in the United States was only a small part of a larger world process that unfolded over many centuries and in the United States to there was not only slavery but also an anti slavery movement so I thought the account which emphasized American racism which is obviously a major part of the history no question about it but it focused so narrowly on that part of the story that left most of the history out so I read a few of the essays and skim the rest but didn't pursue much more about it because it seemed to me that I wasn't learning very much no when I was a little bit unhappy with the idea that people who did not have a good knowledge on the subject will be influenced by this and would then have a biased or narrow view Nikolaj question Nicholas to Nicole Hannah Jones they lead writer and leader the sixteen nineteen project includes a statement interesting I would say this is in the thesis of the project that anti black racism runs in every DNA of this country yes I saw that it does not make very much sense to me I suppose she's using DNA metaphorically she argues that racism is the central theme of American history it's certainly part of the history but again I think it lacks context lacks perspective on the entire course of slavery and how slavery began how slavery in the United States was hardly unique and racial convictions or anti other convictions have been central to many societies but the idea that racism is a permanent condition well that's just not true and it also doesn't account for the countervailing tendencies in American history as well because opposition to slavery in opposition to racism has also been an important theme in American history now they interviewed another top historian James Oakes distinguish Pacific professor of history in graduate school humanities professor at the graduate center of the City University New York and oaks has written several award winning books about slavery in anti slavery in America the course he wasn't consolidator now this interview oaks was asked directly about the attempt by one of the sixteen nineteen authors taken X. labor to capitalism question can you discuss some of the recent literature on slavery capitalism which argues that chattel slavery was and is the decisive feature of capitalism especially American capitalism I'm thinking in particular of the recent book spice van backer ed Baptista Walter Johnson this seems to inform the contribution to the sixteen nineteen project by Matthew Desmond what collectively he says their work has prompted some very strong criticism from scholars in my field my concern is that by avoiding some of the basic analytical questions most of the scholars have backed into a neo liberal economic interpretation of slavery so I think I'd exempt Zeb Eckert somewhat from that because I think he's come to this something somewhat different theoretically what you really have with this letter is a marriage of neo liberalism and liberal guilt when you marry those two things Neil liberal politics and liberal guilt this is what you get you get the New York times you get the lead to translate bring capitalism question at a point we made in our response to the sixteen nineteen project is that a dove tails also with a major political thrust of the Democratic Party identity politics and the claim that is made and I think it's almost become a comma places that slavery is the uniquely American original sin answer yes original sin that's one of them the other is that slavery racism is pulled into the DNA of America those are really dangerous tropes they're not only a historical they're actually anti historical the function of those tropes is to deny change over time it goes back to those analogies they say look at how terribly back people were treated under slavery and look at the incarceration rate for black people today it's the same thing he said that's what they say so according to them that is the left nothing changes there's been no industrialization there's been no great migration we're all in the same boat we were back then and that's what original sin is it's passed down you see every single generation is born with the same original sin and the worst thing about it is that he's he's mocking this and the worst thing about it is that it leads to political paralysis it's always been here there's nothing we can do to get out of it it's in the DNA there's nothing you can do what do you do alter your DNA in other words he's saying this whole line of argumentation is is so disturbing that this nation can never be viewed as a positive force throughout mankind in the rest of mankind because you see it in our DNA slavery and racism just this week the site published an interview with Gordon would professor emeritus of Brown University what is author of a Pulitzer Prize winning book on the revolutionary war and like the others he was not contacted by The New York Times for the sixteen nineteen project and doesn't know of any fellow expert historians who were either what tells recently website I was surprised as many other people were by the scope of this thing especially since it's going to become the basis for a high school education and has the authority the New York times behind it and it is so wrong in so many ways that's the New York times so wrong in so many ways that's the perfect byline permanent byline under the title The New York Times so wrong in so many ways no notice it's the world socialist website that spoke to the gentleman not Chuck Todd to meet the depressed not George Stephanopoulos at this week with Georgie that made the depressed with whoever runs that not any the so called great Sunday news show who all sound alike say the same damn thing are all liberal.

"city university new york" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

12:46 min | 11 months ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KNSS

"Just as I'm coming on the air here there's not a single area of life except the bot tree in the morality or the left promotes liberty except the bart train immorality what is the left promote liberty you want to destroy yourself they have no problem with that drugs and so forth but it's a constant battle between liberty and tyranny it's a constant battle certainly on the big issues of individualism over centralized government and yet in so many ways they're better able to propagandize an articulate their positions than virtually any Republican in Congress certainly in the Senate that's part of the problem isn't I keep going back to this issue that the New York times race that that America was founded in slavery the sixteen nineteen project because it is a massive propaganda effort which has a devious intent a diabolical intent and that is to destroy the connection between modern man millennials colleges and universities but also public schools because that's where this is being spread and the country's founding if the people cease to support their own country's founding in the principles upon which it was founded then the country ceases to exist it's a blank slate which is of course what the left once and so there are many prominent historians have spoken out about this and you probably never heard of any of them or many of them have certainly never heard what they said because they're interviewed really on the secondary market some platforms and I'm gonna start bringing the man of my various platforms so you can hear what they have to say because this is again a a diabolical notorious effort by the New York times which also led the effort to cover up the Holocaust this is a very very bad business this New York times a very bad company others are starting to finally figure that out but its standards are so bad they've been picked up by other media outlets because of the prominence of The New York Times in the media those standards have been picked up by CNN and MSNBC NBC ABC and CBS The Washington Post because the near times as their guide star amazingly amazingly even its recent anti semitism in its reporting in its hiring really incredible I said Michael I see Michael Goodman is picked up on it and he's right he used to work there but I wrote a whole book on it let's take a look at the slavery issue it is a wonderful piece that hot air by John Sexton prominent historians criticize The New York Times sixteen nineteen project is biased anti historic but unless you have a really sharp Ernest studious teacher in these various public high schools pushing back these kids will never hear the alternative that is the truth the near time sixteen nineteen project was a sprawling effort earlier this year to convince Americans that slavery was part of the DNA of America made up of various pieces by different authors the sixteen nineteen projects seem to promote an idea that match current far left sentiment about the importance of identity with an underlying anti capitalist the times is now promoting the project for inclusion in high school six curricula so it's likely it'll be with us for some time but where did all this material come from one side is done some important work looking into the times project by simply asking top scholars what they thought of it and whether or not they were consulted in publishing of use three of those scholars have said they were not consulted and that the project seems to be based on much on a biased and a narrow ideology is history but there's one twist in this story that you probably won't see coming and I found it on the site to this site which is done these interviews is the world socialist website and I've been on that site another socialist but they've actually interview the scholars check back for what it's worth but I think the work speaks for itself in this case earlier this month the site interview James McPherson this guy's a top notch historian what is your reaction to the times project McPherson is a Princeton history professor who specializes in the history of the civil war including a Pulitzer Prize winning history on the topic here's a sample of what he had to say about sixteen nineteen he's asked what was your initial reaction to the sixteen nineteen project well I didn't know anything about it until I got my Sunday paper with the magazine section entirely devoted to the sixteen nineteen project because this is a subject I've long been interested in I sat down and started to read some of the essays I'd say that almost from the outset I was disturbed by what seemed like a very unbalanced one sided account which lack context and perspective on the complexity of slavery which was clearly obviously not an exclusively American institution but existed throughout history and slavery in the United States was only a small part of a larger world process that unfolded over many centuries and in the United States to there was not only slavery but also an anti slavery movement so I thought the account which emphasized American racism which is obviously a major part of the history no question about it but it focus so narrowly on that part of the story that left most of the history out so I read a few of the essays and skim the rest but didn't pursue much more about it because it seemed to me that I wasn't learning very much no when I was a little bit unhappy with the idea that people who did not have a good knowledge on the subject will be influenced by this and would then have a biased or narrow view Nikolaj question Nicholas the Nicole Hannah Jones they lead writer and leader of the sixteen nineteen project includes a statement interesting I would say this is in the thesis of the project that anti black racism runs in every DNA of this country yes I saw that it does not make very much sense to me I suppose she's using DNA metaphorically she argues that racism is the central theme of American history it's certainly part of the history but again I think it lacks context lacks perspective on the entire course of slavery and how slavery began how slavery in the United States was hardly unique and racial convictions or anti other convictions have been central to many societies but the idea that racism is a permanent condition well that's just not true and it also doesn't account for the countervailing tendencies in American history as well because opposition to slavery in opposition to racism has also been an important theme in American history now they interviewed another top historian James Oakes distinguish Pacific professor of history in graduate school humanities professor at the graduate center of the City University New York and oaks has written several award winning books about slavery in anti slavery in America the course he wasn't consolidator now this interview oaks was asked directly about the attempt by one of the sixteen nineteen authors taken next labor to capitalism question can you discuss some of the recent letter translate bring capitalism which argues that chattel slavery was and is the decisive feature of capitalism especially American capitalism I'm thinking in particular of the recent book spice van backer ed Baptista Walter Johnson this seems to inform the contribution to the sixteen nineteen project by Matthew Desmond what collectively he says their work has prompted some very strong criticism from scholars in my field my concern is that by avoiding some of the basic analytical questions most of the scholars have backed into a neo liberal economic interpretation of slavery so I think I'd exempt Zeb Eckert somewhat from that because I think he's come to this something somewhat different theoretically what you really have with this letter is a marriage of neo liberalism and liberal guilt when you marry those two things Neil liberal politics and liberal guilt this is what you get you get the New York times you get the letter translate bring capitalism question at a point we made in our response to the sixteen nineteen project is that a dove tails also with a major political thrust of the Democratic Party identity politics and the claim that is made and I think it's almost become a comma places that slavery is the uniquely American original sin answer yes original sin that's one of them the other is that slavery racism is built into the DNA of America those are really dangerous tropes they're not only a historical they're actually anti historical the function of those tropes is to deny change over time it goes back to those analogies they say look at how terribly back people were treated under slavery and look at the incarceration rate for black people today it's the same thing he said that's what they say so according to them that is the left nothing changes there's been no industrialization there's been no great migration we're all in the same boat we were back then and that's what original sin is it's passed down you see every single generation is born with the same original sin and the worst thing about it is that he's he's mocking this and the worst thing about it is that it leads to political paralysis it's always been here there's nothing we can do to get out of it it's in the DNA there's nothing you can do what do you do alter your DNA in other words he's saying this whole line of argumentation is is so disturbing that this nation can never be viewed as a positive force throughout mankind in the rest of mankind because you see it in our DNA slavery and racism just this week the site published an interview with Gordon would professor emeritus of Brown University what is author of a Pulitzer Prize winning book on the revolutionary war and like the others he was not contacted by The New York Times for the sixteen nineteen project and doesn't know of any fellow expert historians who were either what tells recently website I was surprised as many other people were by the scope of this thing especially since it's going to become the basis for a high school education and as the authority the New York times behind it and it is so wrong in so many ways that's the New York times so wrong in so many ways that's the perfect byline permanent byline under the title The New York Times so wrong in so many ways no notice it's the world socialist website that spoke to the gentleman not truck tied to meet the depressed not George Stephanopoulos at this week with Georgie not meet the depressed with whoever runs that not any the so called great Sunday news show who all sound alike say the same damn thing are all liberal.

"city university new york" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Burning the whole trip for Saudi employer of ophthalmology associates to the Charlie Brennan show AT mark scores Kevin clean joining us because of the vacationing Charlie Brennan is a very special patriotic up so this morning well yes you're gonna need sun block it so patriotic it's taken a tenure with glory if it were any more patriotic there would be another revolution later rain started what did you like that song coming in I you be Blake who used to smoke cigarettes when he was ninety on The Tonight Show and I love it play that kind of stuff slipper American well as the parade start at just as a heads up we will be you can listen to it will be the voice by having brand Kelly and Greg Hugh it give us updates about the parade will be stationed along the routes in Saint Louis and also earlier Kevin hit the streets to find out what America means to use so we will hear that but first I am so excited to introduce our history buff extraordinaire he's a navy veteran who boasted degree in history from the City University New York Hunter College Hunter College as well as post graduate work in history I met him when he was teaching AP history A. P. U. S. history the same group of students to which I taught AP English literature and it's Matthew tabs whom I affectionately call and tabs thanks for joining the show this morning for having me it's great to be here Mara and I can tell already you're the kind of history professor at a cocktail party I'd want to hang around you because you have interesting stuff to say I'll tell ya all the staff that the other tour guides won't tell you that's what we wanna know it's yeah July and we don't know much about our country and how it all started with independence hall it's it's just sort of a we know the back of the two dollar bill has a mall on there but what that's about it well I yes it will be brought in a row historian even though Kevin Kling finds ignorance Charmaine we're going to raise some of that term this morning by asking a few questions and I I I want to start with the most obvious we all talk about American independence and we talk about the declaration of independence I am not sure that most people could just ask our could answer the question independence from what what exactly was in the declaration independence I mean was it one line with like I declare that I think that's one of our a a lot of Americans according to the it's heartening statistics that Debbie moderate gave us on overtime about the lack of understanding of American history I I would think that there are a lot of Americans who have no idea so what are we independent from that well so I think first and foremost we need to remember that this is not about an alien attack okay so it would be better for ratings Hayward man it would be a way I think that would make a great movie to yeah independence day thank you Alex yeah they call it that they could so what did we gain independence from we need to remember that our country was was a colony at a collection of colonies at first and the mother country was England Great Britain yeah and yeah we were ruled over by several monarchs and after a period of relationship flowering it was bad it was like Fleetwood Mac it was taking place in front of the world and their relationship was very quickly going down the toilet a group of men got together a group of our colonial leaders the chosen got together and did just that Amy they they stood in independence hall and in unison screamed where did Clara and didn't just like that in a kind of an old timey voice I can see the powdered wig on used to say that but yeah but the slimy voice was current at the time yeah yeah that's how everybody to but these men as I understand from the recent play we saw the muny seventeen seventy six they were kind of afraid when they were putting it together they didn't didn't want the windows open because this was very treasonous this had never been done before well it was incredibly treasonous and and we also have to keep in mind that the the English governors for example in Virginia they dissolve the house of burgesses there in Massachusetts they did a very similar thing already been military interactions between the English and the colonists at this point in time so things are going very very badly when this group of people came together and formed a Congress the second Continental Congress and drafted what is the declaration of independence in and just just so you know this this document is sacred ripped in the United States of America when you go when you see it at the archive building in Washington DC first of all they keep it in the basement which we all know the basement is a place where you hide all your valuables and whatnot that's where you keep your gun safe and everything and as you walk yaks and laundry absolutely yeah dog food whatever as you walk in and I found this almost laughable you pass a copy of the Magna Carta that's like that's like the warm up thing that's just like out there for the line to sell yeah look there's the main card and you come into this return that and is dimly lit and there's all this bullet proof glass and they're armed guards in there and you know they they tell you be careful don't make any sudden movements and things like that and you go and you can look at a copy of the declaration of independence and you can see it there on the parchment the ink is starting to fade which is why it's so dimly lit and then at night when all the tourists go home it drops down into a secret steel encased layer to keep it for from BAFTA Nicholas cage this is Kevin clean puts his headphones away every minute came just document of the desk but you make a very good point it is considered holy writ as if this is so special we we highly regarded and don't want anything ever happened to it right right what's so special about it what's special about it is that it really I think Abraham Lincoln put it best where he talks about how the constitution is this silver frame around the golden apple that is the declaration of independence and we would think of the reverse right that the declaration of independence is what got the ball rolling and then we have our constitution with its bill of rights but what is really at the arm at the core of the declaration of independence is the rights of man and this was philosophically speaking cutting edge at this time because we have to think about what was it being held in tension with if you have the rights of man on one side what's on the other side divine right of kings right now so therefore we it this whole concept of rights of man that it is actually endowed by our creator that we have these rights it was really absolutely mind blowing and it freaked out the establishment at that time and so when when Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was chosen out of the bunch to sit down and put pen to paper and actually he he had a little bit of help from a couple of the other guys it was a subcommittee of the larger second Continental Congress Adams was with him and at this time and we can talk about this a little later on they were friends at this time and so they chose Jefferson because he was really really good at writing he was really good with a composition and he was also like the renaissance man of the crew they they in indicated he had writer's block because his wife was out of town the truth yeah yeah together the words flowed again right I'm not sure if that's your I didn't read that in my history books I'm not sure if you did I know I and never came across the one meeting maybe it was art artistic license perhaps sink liberty it is a show about liberties but you know when you look at the colonies they were not United these were pathologically independent men with their colonies and this was the first time the really got together and put on our this are the second issue they got together put together some type of statement of unity or of purpose like a mission statement of sorts we went to the second time what was the first well the may and you had to do that did not I did so essentially as the relationship was sour ring these guys were meeting together periodically and you're right they do every single colony had its own its own identity and you really see that after the revolutionary war when you have the the articles of confederation ever a a they were even printing their own money in because they worry United States independent states and they all had different industries economics and identities because of that the thing that brought them all together was tyranny it was it was a common enemy and that's one and without representation absolutely absolutely king says this the king says that yeah and it's not just taxation without representation but they had issues with the military they had issue well the way the military's being used against them specifically by the English they had issues with the judiciary how how and where and when could you be charged for a crime and then where then will you be putting court so they were like teenagers ready to move out of the gosh yeah yeah totally and even with all the work the fruits of their labor that all had to go through England first too so they weren't profiting off of their hard labor England was profiting first for instance any raw materials they couldn't trade those raw materials from those colonies with other nations they had to go first there England England would filter it back out and in profit from the raw materials they were producing so I want to ask you you'd mentioned that the declaration independence has so many unique pieces we hear the beginning often we refer to it but we don't really know the details and and when we come back I want to ask you about your favorite part our activation of independent and I want to tell you about the time I got kicked out of independence hall what do they know that's exactly right Kaline Amy mark scores and Matthew to have the story extraordinaire on the morning meeting looking forward to it the next edition of the first eleven with bill McDermott on the next first eleven we talk the United States magnificent run to the World Cup final with former national team star and date of Saint Louis and.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:03 min | 2 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"As I say the next time, you drive by a veteran's, cemetery somewhere in America, whether it's a New York San Francisco or Indiana it doesn't really matter every one of those crosses, that you look at it as a human being Think about it or for those of you who remember, World War Two just through, the history books I'm, sure look a Berg never heard of World War Two I don't think he studied that at Harvard When he was, creating Facebook but if he were. Ever visit Normandy and look at the graves In the military cemeteries in Normandy and see all those crosses would realize that that pimple face of his and that's not knows of his and. That ugly temperament of his is a product of their deaths that he wouldn't have ten cents if it was not for them that were not for all. Those men who were laying in cold hard graves around the world Many of us would be lampshades Don't you dare tell me America's not a great place and all of you immigrants that. Come here and hate this. Country you better watch your. Tongue you haven't seen America yet you. Only seen the weakness of America you've only. Lived through the tolerance of America you're only enjoying the fruits of. This nation while spitting on it Because those of us who. Pay your way have not stood up and said enough is enough Fifty percent of immigrants get food stamps many of whom make a lot of money We need welfare reform, very badly don't we we need it tomorrow And what would happen if, Donald Trump declared no more food, stamps for? Immigrants in this country What would the. Vermin in the media the internationalists have to say about him then that they haven't said already These are. The questions that play my mind in? My time how the week and the, spoiled are ruining the nation itself We save the world over and over and over again and if this nation is not so great Cuomo then why? Is it all of your loyal immigrant acolytes who vote for you and your ilk come here and want to come here Why is it that all of central Americans who allegedly hate our country Are? Getting the few dollars they. Can together to sneak into this? Country why if it's not so great what are they coming here. For they're coming in just to be useful tool of the democrat party A useful tool. Of Catholic charities are useful tool of Baptist family services a useful tool of Jewish family services a useful tool of. All? Of those other phony fraudulent. Front groups with religious connotations that? Are nothing at all but businesses at the end of the day You know last night I fell asleep watching a movie I didn't even intend to watch it. I got bored of watching something on Netflix I think I'm through net flicks I I kind. Of miss the, ads on the the ads have become more interesting than most the shows and I fell asleep watching a show called network it was done I think in the sixties and it was about a TV network, that has. A lunatic a madman. As an anchor and they wanna pull him off the air and they go to him. And tell him you're fired you're off the air and the next thing I, think it's, I forget who the actor comes running and. Wait we got a fifty share the. People love him because he tells the truth And they begged him to stay on One thing that people liked about. Him was he told the unvarnished. Truth there was no facade about him there was. No filter between him and the truth he didn't get up there and cross his legs. To keep your eyes on the screen he didn't get up there and bash the president every other sentence. To keep the ears on the two he talked about a lot of things from the point of view of. An average person with a good brain and he told, the truth from his point of view and they wanted him off the air because they thought he was crazy But the people knew better he wasn't. Crazy he was just a truth teller in a crazy, world and so here I stand somewhere in that world of the network In the media Revered by millions and. Hated by millions there are people who do not want my voice to be heard in this country From the day I began. In radio they've, tried to stop me some said you wouldn't last a day then. They said you wouldn't last a week then they said you wouldn't last a month Well. With God's will, my faith in my reason This macho be twenty five years as, a broadcaster and almost fifty years is an author. And I'm, not showing any signs of slowing down you know it's a funny thing I have that immigrants, drive, because as I. Once said many years ago I have a tuxedo on my soul even though my father worked off a pushcart He began pushing a pushcart in. New York on the Lower East Side, selling wares and here I am his son Broadcaster during an author trying to make sense of this totally. Insane world I do not understand how immigrants can. Kill to get here and get your starts spinning on the flag I don't understand. Politicians who pander to these lowlifes I don't understand the Cuomo's who've done so well. In this nation who should be thanking the nation Not attacking, the nation I don't understand people who spend their entire. Life thinking about how to destroy the nation how to break it down instead of building it up Well there's a lot of things I don't understand what fortunately, for you there's a lot of things I do understand And the rock of all ages. For me has always been. And will always be the US the. Bible, excuse me I'm not a. Particularly religious man don't get me wrong. Fact I'm not a religious man at all Very perfect man on so many levels I. Don't wanna. Spill my guts here on the. Radio I'm as imperfect as. The next man if not more so I'm as flawed as any crystal it's not perfect But certain, things I do know, and certain things that truth certain things are false even in the age of fake news and people like Zuckerberg who have more power. Than any man should. Ever, have on this planet certain things? Are true now how do we? Know what's, true how do. We know what's false how well there's common sense this logic. Logic is sadly not taught in. The schools anymore I remember when I went to, queen's college of the, City University New York for my undergraduate degree and then later on to graduate courses on the way to graduate school while holding down. Jobs I studied logic. And, scientific method at the City University? Of New York yes there's actually? Subject called, logic and scientific. Method would you believe it logic scientific method not taught anymore Because if the children were taught how to think and how to, come to a reasonable conclusion on a subject they wouldn't believe most of. The. Rubbish that they believe about our society and. About white people for example, let's make it very personal I wake up in every day I see the attacks upon an entire race and I. Say this is right out of Nazi, Germany on living through the equivalent of Nazi Germany in the early stages in the vilification of a particular race how can this be going on when I thought everyone had, learned never to repeat history again and yet here we have the quote liberal professors and the. Liberal universities, teaching hate as a subject And I say to myself how can this be going on in my country After all I'm not Gulliver I'm not in bribing. Dang Michael Savage and I'm in America and I'll be back..

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"city university new york" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe

"You're listening to the skeptics guide to the universe you're scape to reality hello and welcome to the skeptics guide to the universe today is wednesday march twenty first twenty eighteen and this is your host even develop joining me this week our cara santa maria howdy jane avella hey guys and evan bernstein happy spring everyone bob is out this week because he just had some shoulder surgery and he's still i think shaking off the effects of anesthesia but he might join us for science fiction later in the show he's feeling up to it as he doing great he's fine saw last night after the surgery he's fine he was like basically saying no pain at all yet but it's coming and therapy on monday and it's going to therapy shoulder claim the situation yeah yesterday was the first day spring march twentieth and you'd never know it by the weather we're having like our one of our biggest snowstorms of the year right now my power yeah i saw that like i'm still on the list listener for the city university new york even though having gone there in like ten years and all that campus was closed today yeah yeah that's a bummer it's raining in la which means the city is at a standstill because no one can drive in the rain but not quite save at the nor'easter and it's going to be thirties and forties for another week ten days i mean today forecasts like it's not gonna crack fifty crazy for this.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WRVA

"I think is a true violating she's an anti semite i think she said yeah american all this stuff we when cuny the city university new york invited her as new york mention speaker i would have preferred that they not invite her because i think a set of ideas this work listening to and work platforming however they did invite her and then i publicly defended i say look you can't d platform to they've been invited uh trust me it was not a pleasure for me to do that i i think there's one is a threat to our democracy because her ideas are now embedded in the women's march which now farakkhan's ideas are embedded and that's not far from being in bed it into the the democratic platform altogether so if you will span for the basic set of ideas that i know that you terror that the founders had thomas jefferson you rebellin's right at the beginning of this uh that he wrote it out and cared about if he will stand for those ideas you will find allies everywhere um but if you don't stand for you if you don't want them to those ideas your only gonna find enemies because then you're ideologies based in finding at him so that bacne challenge for all of us right now dave you're probably one of the few people that are as passionate about a and future tech uh as i am and when i hear people talk about a man in mice skin crawls because the the mother don't see what is coming uh what is possible on the good and possible on the bad uh they think a eyes is about you know fight against robots it's it's really a fight against goals to make sure that the goals of a lineup with human goals and freedom goals there was a a add that was just put out by the adl about how they are now using.

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"city university new york" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on Kickass News

"Mrs and foreign relations committee's uh we had had eight of the previous eleven weeks with significant downturns in the levels of violence this was statistically significant it wasn't just it was a true development not just a a short trend and indeed the public relations problem started to go away as is even those who frankly had criticised her oppose the surge came to recognize that it was actually succeeding you've been in the private sector for a few years now house that adjustment been for you it's been wonderful frankly up very very fortunate my post government life it's were over five years now i have been with kkr for over four and a half years this is one of the largest invest in terms in the world a well over a hundred and fifty billion dollars under management and i was made a partner three and a half years ago i chair the kicker global institute which does the geopolitical a risk macroeconomic and environmental social governance issues analysis for our perspective deals helps the hundred and fifty plus companies in which were invested around the world and also provides uh a lot of support to our investors who all trying to understand the world in which were invest in his well i have academic affiliations with the university of southern california go trojans who won the package off championship last night against stanford and i was there with harvard as a senior fellow i taught indeed for three and a half years of the city university new york once a week until that just became that too too much frankly of a burden on the board of this the major cybersecurity services pureplay services firm in the world uh support for think tanks engaged in venture capital and slowed down at in western and thirteen started out of thinking lau them multiple times and then support to well over a dozen veterans service organization so it's a bit.

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"city university new york" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

KFQD News Talk

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KFQD News Talk

"Cosmos space and time exciting exciting sir mediocre theoretical physicist graduated from harvard university summa cum laude and first in his physics class received his phd in physics from the university of california now professor of physics at city university new york for thirty years his goal to complete einstein's dream of a theory of everything to derive an equation to summarize all the physical laws of the universe cofounder of string field theory author of the international best sellers hyperspace visions and parallel worlds and voted as one of the one hundred smartest people in new york profiling the latest cutting edge developments in science which revolutionize our world and touch our lives science fantastic with professor michio kaku this is science fantastic with professor michio kaku on science fantastic we profile the amazing jaw dropping scientific discoveries that are revolutionizing our world and touching our lives and if you wanna get on science fantastic if you want to find out what all the excitement is about science then give us a call all we ask of you is that easy her name call letters of the radio station you're listening to and thus city you're calling from and perhaps you can get on science fantastic perhaps your thoughts will be.

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"city university new york" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

KMET 1490-AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM

"Caused space and time plants incentive sir meets yolk theoretical physicist graduated from harvard university summa cum laude and first in his physics class received his phd in physics from the university of california berkeley now professor of physics at city university new york for thirty years his goal to complete einstein's dream of a theory of everything to derive an equation to summarize all the physical laws of the universe the co founder of string field theory author of the international best sellers hyperspace visions and parallel worlds and voted as one of the one hundred smartest people in new york profiling the latest cutting edge developments in science it's which revolutionize our world and touch our lives science fantastic with professor michio this is science fantastic with professor michio kaku at science fantastic we profile the amazing jaw dropping scientific discoveries which are revolutionizing our world and touching our lives and with us today is an astronomer who will talk to us about the eclipse of the century if you miss it well you bafta wait a few more decades for the next one yes it was forty years ago forty years ago in the united states that the people here had a chance to witness a total eclipse that cross the continental united states on august 21st right that date that on your calendar august 21st you may had the opportunity to see a total eclipse of this john in fact they are maps match showing exactly where the shadow is gonna cut across the continental united states and even if you can't take a car ride or a plane right to this narrow strip where you'll see the toilet clips the sun everybody we'll see a partial eclipse of the sun but then the question chen is how do you do it you have to be careful because according to legend galileo himself burned his retina looking at the sun and fact according to legend he eventually went blind in one eye so the question is how do you look at the sun and this remember that solar eclipse are not forever millions of years from now the mood is leaving us at the rate of.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WLAC

"Investigating leaks against trump why not why not that is a crime and then he's mum on any rushing connection he won't let this go for the trump people and a part of russian intelligence apparatus i can't say you agree with me that a fusion was involved in preparing a dossier against trump that would be interfering on her election by the russians i don't want to say hey so you get no answers there that means that the nbc cnn new york times whatever conspiracy theory of nine months continues anyway it's very frustrating and it's very corrupt by the way the dnc vicechair defended anti israeli activists with terrorist ties isn't that great and i michael blake new york state assemblymen elected dnc vicechair spoke out in defense of this individual source sore amid concerning about concern about taxpayer funded university of new york city university new york in their decision for her to deliver the commencement speech magget real clear blake warned unheard of you keep coming after this individual were going to respond directly consistently with all our heart and soul fall back okay i'm going to fall back right now by the way i tweeted this out everyone's going nuts there is a fire coal bear twitter campaign going on hashtag fire co bear well i tweeted out i will not support this i do not support boycott sees the disgusting despicable human being but i do not support it it's just a roundabout way of silencing and opposition political voice and i am consistent as i have been for years and i'm not going to change because they're using it against me and every conservative i know as i predicted for years all right mother's day is coming don't you wanna make all the moms in your life light up this mother's day mom motherinlaw wife your children mother your children maybe you know.

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"city university new york" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Investigating leaks against trump why not why not that is a crime and then he's mum on any rushing connection he won't let this go for the trump people and a part of russian intelligence apparatus i can't say you agree with me that a fusion was involved in preparing a dossier against trump that would be interfering in our election by the russians i don't want to say hey so you get no answers there that means that the nbc cnn new york times whatever conspiracy theory of nine months continues anyway it's very frustrating and it's very corrupt by the way the dnc vicechair defended anti israeli activists with terrorist ties isn't that great today michael blake new york state assemblyman elected dnc vicechair spoke out in defense of this individual source sore amid concerning about concerned about taxpayer funded university of new york city university new york and their decision for her to deliver the commencement speech magget real clear blake warned unheard of you keep coming after this individual we're going to respond directly consistently with all our heart and soul fall back okay i'm going to fall back right now by the way i tweeted this out everyone's going nuts there is a fire coal bear twitter campaign going on hashtag fire co bear while i tweeted out i will not support this i do not support boycott the disgusting despicable human being but i do not support it it's just a roundabout way of silencing and opposition political voice and i am consistent as i have been for years and i'm not going to change because they're using it against me and every conservative i know as i predicted for years right mother's day is coming you wanna make all the moms in your life flight of this mother's day mom motherinlaw wife for your children mother your children maybe you know grandma whoever it is 1800flowerscom now they can.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Investigating leaks against trump why not why not that is a crime and then he's mum on any rushing connection he won't let this go for the trump people and a part of russian intelligence apparatus i can't say you agree with me that a fusion was involved in preparing a dossier against trump that would be interfering in our election by the russians i don't want to say hey so you get no answers there that means that the nbc cnn new york times whatever conspiracy theory of nine months continues anyway it's very frustrating and it's very corrupt by the way the dnc vicechair defended anti israeli activists with terrorist ties in that great today michael blake new york state assemblyman elected dnc vicechair spoke out in defense of this individual sore sore amid concerning about concern about taxpayer funded university of new york city university new york and their decision for her to deliver the commencement speech begging real clear blake worn under review keep coming after this individual we're going to respond directly consistently with all our heart and soul fall back okay i'm going to fall back right now by the way i tweeted this out everyone's going nuts there is a fire coal bear twitter campaign going on hashtag fire co bear well i tweeted out i will not support this i do not support boycotts sees the disgusting despicable human being but i do not support it it's just a roundabout way of silencing and opposition political voice and i am consistent as i have been for years and i'm not going to change because they're using it against me and every conservative i know as i predicted for years.

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"city university new york" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"To kevin mckell radio where we've got a lot of breaking news this afternoon will there be a terrorist speaking on a college campus here in the next little time we will talk about that story plus much much more she now what exactly is going on with the city university new york school of public health and why they made a decision to allow a terrorist to speak we will talk with suddenly member wrong cast arena the state of new york about that plus sally lloyd jones an exclusive dropping by the studio and it's a wellness wednesday with dr melinda killer yeah this is coming i think no he's tell us a national syndicated radio host not of he can under the trump plan we will have a massive tax cuts for businesses and massive tax reform in simplification we will talk about what that's all about that steve mnuchin a little bit later kevin mcculloch glad to have you with us today and very very glad to be able to bring the next bit of information to your attention particularly if you live in the state of new york it is just an unacceptable reality that the city universities have allowed something to unfold and someone who's perturbed about it because.

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"city university new york" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

WTVN 610 AM

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on WTVN 610 AM

"When i grew license up in new or york certification it in case visit you're your local county wondered veterans about my service attachment office this to discover and why it's such all a the benefits passionate you've think earned i'm not jewish i'm learn i'm more in i'm a high a catholic of it and down christian eight seven but seven i when i grew up by guy work sponsored in it by you the were semi kind of thing terry innovators was mount services carmel and up medically inside be purcell in this station in glendale queens sit for those of you my mom worked there to visit being you were set there metairie matters a lot in of in a jewish world employees that can be i uncertain was very happy to work around your united just states wonderful navy people protects can defense i mean america really wonderful throughout about on putting the options him in a cy low like where the they're liberals of reps do like against a plaque america vote spanish but no anywhere their around americans the globe okay you don't measure your navy people by the ships melanie counted submarine to do skit i'm aircraft just get you know you wanna play their and game most importantly my experience with with jewish people working with and i want to school and a largely jewelry school queens college in new york i went there for under getting graduate school the city university new york it was overwhelmingly jewish i worked in it you were supermarket key for the metropolitan everything i don't think it's there anymore i think it's an it's right after it's on my take metropolitan then something i forget the intersection but i think it's a pharmacy now it was owned by a grouper jewish men they were wonderful to me i mean i've been over in bed it around jewish culture my entire life and and folks i traveled over to israel i've seen their passion for america and when i went up with but what escapes me here is it you know you can go to israel and your free to fall your free to protest against the government your free to run for office i mean your free to join their military you can't do this and ended the overwhelming majority of arab countries and yet there were still kids who take college classes with it d is really professor is in.

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"city university new york" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"city university new york" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Strike you're going to have a next and is that a new splash did you just figure that out now why don't we hold be israel east to a standard we hold no other country just now but ever in the history of human karri people just make stuff up about the is really it's an q patience in a bar tied state really it's an apart pride stage where our bespoke and serve in the military and are now not only vote where our decisions and is really politics this david makes sense argue that don't no i'm sure is like if you believe this argue that stupid did you take a college class in a doctor nation and come out of their actually believe this crap folks you know you're lucky there's fcc rules on carson because the new york or in me is really are coming out on this it's tough i'm serious like it's tough to constrain myself and it's a family friendly show but you know i when i grew up in new york it the case your wondered about my attachment to this and why it's such a passionate thing three i'm not jewish i'm i'm i'm a catholic and christian but i when i grew up i hate guy work in it you were semi terry was mount carmel up in cy purcell in glendale queens for those of you my mom worked there to visit you were set metairie lot of jewish employees i was very happy to work around just wonderful people i mean really one of a few i'm up putting him in aside low like the liberals do like the plaque vote man a photo their americans okay you don't measure people by the melanie counted to do skit i'm just get you know you wanna play their game my experience with with jewish people working with him i want to school and a largely jewish school queens college i'm in new york and went there for under gratton graduate school the city university new york it was overwhelmingly jewish i worked in it you were supermarket key for the metropolitan ever do i don't think.

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