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Death sentence overturned for Boston Marathon bomber
"A federal appeals court overturning the death sentence of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev in the Boston marathon bombing reactions now ranging from some who say they saw it coming to others who say that they were shocked. W B Z T V's Christina Rex talks with those most closely impacted by the terror attack. I don't think Austin deserves this tonight. She saw the devastating injuries firsthand. At Devo led the manhunt in Watertown as police chief Malita Aeryn. John Doe's husband, Carlos became a symbol of heroism after the attacks, and Rob Wheeler had just finished his first Boston marathon. He turned around to help save lives. It's pathetic. It's sad. It's just really. I just had enough. Now The decision is up to prosecutors toe, let Tsarnaev stay in maximum security prison or to go back to court to try and sentence him to death.
Anthony Fauci to Teachers: You'll Be 'Part of the Experiment' in Reopening Schools
"Deaths in the U. S. Now top 150,000 a grim milestone in a summer that seemed a pandemic surge across the South and West. CBS News National correspondent David Beg No California, Texas and Florida recorded single day highs for new Corona virus deaths, and so did North Carolina. Mike Pence, visited that state Wednesday with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos. There's not a national superintendent. Therefore, there's not a national plan for reopening. So with no national plan, local leaders in viral epicenters like Miami, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Houston are planning to delay in person. I'm learning a dilator this year. But some parents say distance learning is just too challenging. Sydney bursts of Lexington, Kentucky, is a single mom balancing work and at home teaching. I need to outsource other educational options just to make sure that my child is learning listen to what Dr Anthony Fauci told the president of the nation's largest teachers. Unions are gonna be actually part of the experiment. We don't have the total database of knowing what there is to expand after a
"devos" Discussed on The Conservative Circus w/ James T. Harris
"You know for ten years I was a high school teacher high school history teacher, and I look forward to the beginning of school year, every single one of those years and I could not imagine not being able to do my job well. That was a few years ago. Things have changed now. We have this pandemic. A crisis that we have a lot of schools, a lot of states that are afraid to reopen the center ring of conservative circus. We add the secretary of Education in the United. States Betsy, Devos and Secretary Devos. Does it appear to you as it appears to me that this thing is political, and that Democrats want to rob our kids of a good education. Well Good Morning James We know that kids need to be in school and that they've lost mumps of learning this spring in all too many cases, and we know that kids can go back to school safely. It can be done safely, and in fact, more and more studies show that kids are actually stoppers of the disease, and they don't get it and transmit it themselves, so we should be in. In. A posture of the default should be getting back to school kids in person in the classroom, and for those who have an underlying condition or some concern that keeps them from that. They still have to be able to learn full-time. We cannot afford to have kids missing and losing more and more months of education. Is there anything that the CDC has identified as a reason not to open these schools up? No none at all. In fact, quite the opposite. All of the medical experts are continuing to say that kids should be back in school. They should be back in their learning environments, and in fact for children's health, it's important for them to be in school for almost all of them to be in a classroom and with peers and with their teachers, and as you know as a former. Former teacher, there's nothing more important than that that were poor that relationship and that and that you know what what results in social emotional growth and development from being in school with peers. This is one of the things I think. A lot of people are very concerned about the impact of that. Not Being School is having on on these kids in the center ring of. Of Conservative circuits, we have a education secretary Betsy Devos. Let me ask you this..
Los Angeles schools to offer classes online only this fall
"Across the nation and overwhelming majority of parents pulled are worried about sending their kids back to school. Despite President Trump in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos pushing schools to open in the fall school should be opened. This kids want to go to school, a new access sepsis Corona virus index, Poll says 71% of US parents polled say it would be risky to send Children back to school in the fall in California, officials announced The public schools in Los Angeles and San Diego, responsible for 825,000 students will hold online classes on Ly in the fall. Atlanta has joined those schools and schools in Nashville planted in the same at least through Labor
White House pushes for schools to reopen in the fall amid growing pandemic
"Meanwhile, an overwhelming majority of parents polled say it would be risky to send kids back to school in the fall. Despite President Trump in Education Secretary Betsy DeVos pushing schools to open in the fall, schools should be opened. The kids want to go to school a new axis. Epps is Corona Virus Index. Poll says 71% of US parents polled say it would be risky to send Children back to school. In the fall. In California, officials announced that public schools in Los Angeles and San Diego responsible for 825,000 students will hold online classes on Ly in the fall. Atlanta has joined those schools and schools in Nashville planted it the same at least through Labor
Doctors say virus, not politics should guide school opening.
"I'm Anthony Davis. Is the trump administration pushes ahead to four schools to resume person education, public health experts warn that one-size-fits-all reopening could drive infection and death rates even higher. US Education Secretary. Betsy Devos doubled down on Donald Trump's insistence that kids can safely returned to the classroom. Health experts say there are too many uncertainties and variables for back to school to be back to normal. Children infected with corona Venus a more likely than adults to have mild illnesses, but their risk for severe disease and death isn't zero. The American Academy of Pediatrics WHO's guidance. The trump administration has cited to support its demands says the goal is for all students to be physically present in school bought. It adds district's must be flexible. Consult with health authorities and be ready to pivot as virus, activity waxes and wanes. Following CDC and academy guidelines would mean big changes for most schools mosque. Wearing would be strongly encouraged, adult staff and students, except the very youngest desks would be distance at least three feet apart. The CDC recommends six feet both suggest limiting. Allowed in schools, including parents and canceling group activities like client and assemblies staggered arrival in dismissal times, outdoor classes, and keeping kids in the same classroom all day, other options. Donald trump has threatened federal funding cuts for districts that don't fully reopen. Whilst most funding typically comes from state and local sources, experts say schools will need more federal funding not less to reopen safely. MOSQUES, extra cleaning, supplies or janitors, additional classroom, space and mental health support for students and staff traumatized by the pandemic are among potential costs. And with more
Coronavirus: Betsy DeVos downplays school opening risk
"President Trump's calls to reopen schools in the fall. Even as the Corona virus pandemic is continuing to increase nationally. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos was on CNN's state of the Union. Insisting that schools can reopen safely, where there are little flare ups or hot spots that could be dealt with on a school by school or a case by case basis, And there's there's ample opportunity to have kids in school. Miami Dade School Superintendent Alberto Carvalho was on NBC's meet The press. We are looking carefully at the CDC guidelines. We are consulting with the Health department, and I think we came up with a reopening plan. That quite frankly lifts the best possible practices for implementation with aggressive mitigation strategies when those practices are impossible to implement in Miami Dade, Florida, said a new one day record for confirmed Corona virus cases with more than 15,000 on Sunday, CBS News Update.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says kids should return to school, in-person classes
"There are now three point two million cases and nearly one hundred thirty six thousand fatalities here in the US. On Saturday Texas and North Carolina reported their highest single day increases in new cases and hospitalizations in Florida, where cases have been on the rice. Memorial, day weekend Governor Rhonda Santa's ordered public schools to reopen next month. He's among the multiple Republican governors bowing to trump who's now threatening to cut off federal funding for schools if they don't reopen for potentially dangerous in person classes. This is the same donald trump who, for the first time during this pandemic finally wore mass in public. He wore during a visit with wounded soldiers at Walter Reed. Medical Center where masks are required for entry. It only took them five months and one hundred and thirty, five thousand American deaths, and begging and pleading from his own party administration. But he's still fighting the science. Claiming that the CDC guidelines for reopening too strict. But the CDC director refused to give in to trump's demands to revise the guidelines in this morning education. Secretary Betsy Devos who has a reminder, does not have a background in either education or medicine said it's time to go back to school. Kids need to get back to school. They need to get back in the classroom. Families need for kids to get back in the classroom and it can be done safely. I know for a fact that there are many schools that have been working hard to put together their plans for moving ahead, and we want to see every school district every state, doing the same thing to say not why we can't do but what we're going to do, and what we can do were country of action. We're a country of doers. Okay, let me. Leaders who can work hard and figure this out?
Trump Administration Pushes for Schools to Reopen
"Administration continues to push schools to fully reopened in the fall. Despite the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos kept up the pressure today on CNN's state of the union. I am urging all schools to be read to open and to be Providing their students a full time education, Davis says. Children get the virus at a lower rate and data doesn't show that kids returning to school would be in a dangerous situation. Critics say the Trump Administration has not provided a blueprint to open schools safely, including health guidelines, Public health experts warn controlling the spread of the virus. Continues to be a priority until a vaccine is available.
DeVos defends push to reopen schools amid pandemic
"The Trump administration continues to push schools toe fully reopened in the fall. Despite the ongoing Corona virus outbreak. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos kept up the pressure today on CNN's state of the union. I am urging all schools to be read to open and to be Providing their students a full time education, Davis says Children get the virus at a lower rate and data doesn't show that kids returning to school would be in the dangerous situation. Critics say the Trump administration has not provided a blueprint to open school safely, including health guidelines. Public health experts warn Controlling the spread of the virus continues to be a priority until a vaccine is
Trump pushes for schools to reopen, calls CDC guidelines "impractical"
"The trump administration on Wednesday continued a full court press on reopening schools in the fall. Education Secretary Betsy. Devos told the nation's governors on Wednesday at virtual classes won't cut it. It's clear our nation's schools must fully reopen and fully operate the school year. Anything short of that robs students not to mention tax payers of their futures. Dare and a conference call with governors, the White House insists that students must return to classrooms for the sake of their mental and physical health as well president trump on Wednesday threatened to withhold federal funding. If America's schools don't re-open, Louis did not say what funding he would pull. Some school districts have considered offering a mix of in person and virtual classes in the fall, due to the corona virus and Vice President Mike Pence, said Wednesday that in certain situations that may be acceptable. There may be some states and local communities that that given cases or positivity in that community may adjust to either a certain set of days or certain limitations, and we'll be very respectful of that. Fence also said the CDC is revising its guidelines for schools after President Trump complained that the agencies guidance was too expensive and impractical. According to a report from to national groups of educators, it would cost the average school district about one point eight million dollars per year to outfit buildings for safety during the pandemic.
Five states, Washington, D.C. sue Education Department, say coronavirus relief deprived low-income schools
"Main California and three other states along with Washington D C or suing to stop the feds from siphoning off corona virus aid, meant for low income schools, and sending it to private and religious schools secretary of Education Betsy, Devos issued an interim final rule that requires cares act funds to be equally distributed to religious private schools California State Attorney. Says that would shortchange needy public school districts. The trump administration is creating a process that could lawfully take tens of millions of dollars away from low-income public schools and diverted to private schools, some of these private schools charging tuition as much as a private university.
Solving hard problems and pursuing your passions.
"My name is Matt Devo. And the CEO of Buddha LLC. I was writing a lot of my own programs I grew up in a very rural area, so you know it didn't have exposure to some of the early BS systems, and actually with my first computer did not have a disk drive or any storage medium, so I would spend all my time programming, know all of the available memory on that commodore sixty four with different applications and had written menu application that would kinda. Let me jump between the different sections, and then I would cry every time we lost power, which was quite frequently because I. had you know would lose everything that I had coded into the device minute was powered off. I was lucky again. I was in a very rural area. There are nineteen people in my graduating class, and there is nothing offered from a computer science perspective. But when I expressed interest, my high school math teacher actually go in the summer to learn how to teach computer science, and then would come back and teach me. In the interest of adapted over time when I got to college focused on not only computer science, but also national security studies became very interested in how things work and taking them apart, and you know that was kind of my early entree into Kinda true hacking, an looking at other people's programs and other people's systems, and I happened to see this convergence between the two topics that I love, and if you think back to the early nineties, really the combination of political science. Science and computer science was all around statistics and analysis, and I saw this new career field, or at least I hoped based on what I saw was increasing use of computer technology in critical things so critical infrastructure, society, finance, etc, and then the inherent vulnerability of those systems, because I was capable of hacking them. The friends that I was meeting were capable of hacking them and then if you combine that with my National Security Focus, I saw this as a new national security. Bull boats I started writing on that topic back in Nineteen, Ninety two, and attracted a tremendous amount of attention to myself, because as one of the early people to highlight the risks of what would become information warfare cyber war, so I was viewed a little bit by some of the folks in the national security circles and intelligence community as well as kind of the equivalent of the KID building an atomic weapon in his garage I was coming to the same conclusions and researching the same things that they had identified at the same time as this key national security risk that they were trying to keep under wraps for the most part. There was quite a bit of friction at the time you know for example in nineteen, ninety three I graduated from Undergrad and win straight into Grad School, and got a masters, or was pursuing a master's in national security studies in political science and the political science team at my graduate school basically told me that the topic of information warfare was not. Not Valid from a thesis perspective, so it would have been easy to give up at that point, but I was persistent, and I had folks who were advocating for me and telling me look at issues of command and control warfare, or look at this, or we're kind of giving me pointers to kind of redirect my research. It also gave me some great. I. I built a red team that that emulated the adversary during classified coalition military exercises, and during that red team was the first person to hack into systems on an aircraft carrier. While it was at sea, we did that with a nuclear submarine or these very headline, invoking the work we're doing at the time wasn't covered in the press, but internally at the classified level within Dod, these wars significant wakeup calls. My favorite part is solving hard problems I like being in the room when we're confronting something that seems almost unconfrontational. And working through the process of how to we adequately addressed that. So I really thrive on that. Kinda read teamer perspective of give me something that you think is one of your most difficult things to achieve most difficult realities that you face, and let's build some approaches for how you do are able to take advantage of. You have the interest and the passion. By all means we have the need within the community. We have a workforce that just doesn't have the numbers by way of the professionals in it so I would encourage folks. You have the interest get involved. You have to engage in self learning. certifications are great. It's great to get on the job experience, but I always like to look at the folks who built basement lab, or set up their own aws cloud infrastructure, and we're hacking against that, so I would encourage them to take advantage of the opportunities that exist for that self directed learning as well.
Supreme Court makes religious school education eligible for public aid
"The Supreme Court has made it easier for religious schools to obtain public funding. Upholding a scholarship program in Montana that allows state tax credits for private schooling. Montana's highest court had struck down that tax credit is a violation of the state constitutions ban on state aid to religious schools. The opinion is a huge win for supporters of school choice programs like the Trump Administration. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos calls the ruling a historic victory for America's students. American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten called the ruling a seismic shock threatens both public education. And religious liberty
"devos" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yard line devos a jet sweep motion dropping off shot gun gonna throw up right talks and recording lost the ball Hendrix picks it up the gonna call it no catch it'll be incomplete and not a catch fumble by Kendrick border where the ball delivered his two hands for a moment there but could not secure it tradewinds got in there and ripped it away yeah just a spot up right in front of his own and tender started catch that I mean he would not capture with his hands would pull his body just as he was taken to hit the ball squirted out read the forty Niners to use eleven personnel three wide receivers which they're doing now the Vikings are playing Andrew Sendejo in the slot affections following devos Samuel around is the focus of our motion right is to say they never turn motion coming back left on running most runs right into Kendrick's dropped his left shoulder in heaven dropped in a big gain of only three will be third down and seven coming out really well done by the all pro cancers because what they're trying to do is get him to bite on that I can't be in a jet sweep action get him out of the box he did not take the bait stayed home right where he was supposed to be an it those are set up in the whole well done by him this rushes gotta hold up now over but when she sighed Everson Griffen will stay over Joe Staley site near the top second goal in football this year and any hotter is twenty nine sacks last two years a quick snap and again in the forty Niners fall started again as dropping a gun out by the bowling quick snapped up to full the Vikings they're fooling themselves looser the mental errors it's got to stop accounts and have no Sydney game of this magnitude the quick snapped all week in practice guys you just got to be more aware mentally and not make those simple mistakes not to drive in a row they have self inflicted with wounds have mental errors so the third seven becomes third in twelve of the forty Niners third penalty of the game whether smoking marijuana defense we got pulled but when she needed one and now devotes Samuel one you know you got to block these addresses hunter over not kill comes over to his side as well dropping on one third down pocket holds grows up and right at the yard to get a stable Sandel dancing around this depot pushing forward sat down right at the gate and he picks up fourteen year there's nobody open gym is going to reload and then looked down the field and he sees the Bose Samuel we just dropped him a dime in the depot just with all the work I mean there's three defenders exit your rows are you different guys coming over since Matthew Harrison Smith and Eric Kendricks and devote the finisher will not be tonight he's a running back playing wide receiver Kyle use check a sliding motion from right to left Tevin Coleman is the back on a forty one yard line together to use check we're gonna flip it on a reverse coming back to develop its and he will push inside the thirty five you lost the ball at the end of the road the ball is on the field devos fumbled the ball at the end the Vikings are acting like they have recovered a fumble Walter Anderson it says the vice we'll save you a lot of true rivers they gave a cow you.
Trump vetoes bipartisan measure against DeVos' loan rules
"President trump vetoes a bill that would have overturned education secretary Betsy device policy that makes it harder for students to get their loans erased after being misled by for profit colleges the Senate passed a bipartisan measure back in March but trump says device rules are better than an Obama era policy that would've been restored if the measure
Trump vetoes measure aimed at blocking DeVos student loan rule
"President trump vetoes a bill that would have overturned education secretary Betsy device policy that makes it harder for students to get their loans erased after being misled by for profit colleges the Senate passed a bipartisan measure back in March but trump says device rules are better than an Obama era policy that would've been restored if the measure
"One of the lauwers photography at least for me is the doors can open. Being photographer has provided me access to people and communities that I might never have considered otherwise the combination of a camera and my curiosity has gifted me with meeting fascinating people and entering their world and many times. Those encounters have been especial- to me as the photographs at created. Chris suspects photography is all about that. His explorations of subcultures in the areas of music and sexuality have resulted in images. That are raw an intimate. His latest book leather boys gathers images of a segment of the gay community in and around the DC area. The story of how he gained access and his process over the years provide some valuable information for anyone taking on a long-term personal project regardless of the World. They are hoping to explore this. Is your body an ex and welcome back to the candidate frame and it was good to see. It's been a long time yet. Has I'm trying to think I guess the last time I saw you This past summer at focus on the story Ryan. I'm looking forward to talking to you. We met a couple of years back. And you're always been on my radar but it's just like as with as with so many people who I put down on my list sometimes years before I finally get them on the show but I'm glad we're funding hearing chance to sit down and chat. I do want to remind you ever. I've been on candid frame before. Are you on the panel? Yeah Yeah at Miami Straight Photography Festival but I think about it in terms of one to one conversations. Sure Yeah I had just a taste now. I get the full meal I guess. Okay okay scared me for a bit getting ready but no comment background. I found out that he come from a family. Did A lot of traveling. Your Dad was a diplomat. You were born in the Philippines. That is that is correct. I was actually adopted in the Philippines. Which is interesting and I'm definitely not Filipino. So yeah was adopted there. My family was with the State Department and my dad travel to various countries around the world. All the way up through the end of my college experience. So I've lived in Thailand Denmark Moscow London and then visited various countries for like a month or a week or whatever the entire time. Did you have any any idea in terms of your birth be? We have information get to you so I actually. When my dad passed away a couple years ago she left that to me. But I still haven't looked at it weren't well I you know. Part of it is is. My parents were my parents. I've felt adopted or not. You know it was just something. I don't know man should ask my my therapist about that but I just haven't I haven't really like I feel like I don't want to give up on. The idea of my parents are my real parents because they adopted me. And that's who cared for me you know. I'm a little scared to find out who my real parents are. What if there is life changing information there? You know who knows yeah? That's fascinating especially the fact that it's just sitting in a letter somewhere. That's well it's not. It's not just a letter. It's a whole packet with a bunch of official documents and stuff so so doing all this traveling. How did he sort of color? Your perspective in terms of when you finally came in critter life yourself here in the in the states. Well I have to say that little funny story about my first time that I remember in the United States was coming back for first grade and I could speak Danish better than it could speak English and I was held back a grade because my English language skills were not that good and then from there. I went to Thailand. I believe you know from there. I went to Moscow. Actually so I have I think a more of a kind of a like a world view of and I was friends a people of all different kinds of cultures classes races. What have you I would say was a very wholesome upbringing in terms of Having kind of a global perspective and in your early twenties you're part of a of a of a punk band music start becoming occurred of your early life so that's another a funny story I remember being in Moscow and I guess the sex pistols had come out. And this is I. Think nineteen seventy six and I guess there was a article in the New York Times or The Washington Post because we used to get that at the embassy in Moscow Mama's reading about it and she's like Chris. You wouldn't listen to that stuff would you and then and then on our First trip our trip to Helsinki Finland. We got to go to a record store in the first album. Picked up was was a clash album. Actually I didn't WanNA bring home a sex pistols but I'd done a little bit of kind of asking around the embassy like what did some of the other punk bands picked up a clash in devo album and ever since then I was kinda hooked but because I was traveling and nobody I knew played an instrument. I didn't even play an instrument and it wasn't until I got to college that I met up with some people that played instruments like one of my roommates play guitar. Who's really good? He's still actually playing today on the Jam Band Circuit and anyway so one night. We're hanging out late. It leaves the house and they're like hey play the space and I'm like I don't even know what to do. There's like follow the dots man and so I just followed what they were doing with their hands. And then I was like you. Know the hippy. Music is okay. But I'm really into punk rock. And then when I've moved back to DC after college I met up with some of the former members of the band scream. I don't scream was a big discord banned. They were banned. I really enjoyed in high school early college. And that's the band where David Grohl came from and so this is some of the other members one of the other members from scream their original drummer before girl was in the span. It was like man. This guy's awesome. I get to play with him. And that's basically how I jumped into that in. How long were you into? I played in punk bands from ninety three to two thousand and on. I'm still playing in my neighborhood so I've just been continuing that I still I still. I still play a little bit in a Plano. Reggae DUB reggae band in my in my neighborhood but I was playing. I started my own record label. I put out like twenty plus CDs with international distribution all around the world toward all over the the. Us many times so yeah. I like to travel see new places. Meeting people were using a camera. Did you document those times? Not at all? It wasn't until the birth of my son that I got a camera and that was because of my wife she was like we need to get a camera and at that time it was like I don't know if we can afford it and whatever so I got a cannon power shot and this this had been like two thousand six or so. My son was born in two thousand and five so it was a little bit after that. We we still. I think the I felt. We had the IPHONE camera which is like we need a better camera so and then are basically read the manual and then I went out just shooting around my neighborhood or wherever. Just kinda figure out figuring out all the settings and that's where I figured out like what motion blur could do and stuff like that shutter drag and that was really cool and the entire throughout my entire punk rock career. I was always going into the library or on the Internet. You later in the late nineties to find just kind of like raw images to use for flyers and that's how I kind of discovered who who we g was and Dion rbis and stuff. I didn't really look at them through photographers. I was looking more through a punk rockers. I like going. You know what? What are the photos that kind of excite me or that are weird a different? That will look really good on a flyer in peak people's interest and so I spent a lot of time in the Arlington County Public Library in their photo book section. Just kinda going through trying to find stuff and yeah and so. That's kind of so I had my and I even bought like some photo books to just to use for flyers so wasn't until I actually started work in a cameras. Like hey man I could probably make photos like those guys did in those books.
Dying of whiteness during the coronavirus pandemic
"I'm Jonathan Kaye part. Welcome to Cape Up. Jonathan Metzler back sooner than I expected because of the Corona virus pandemic in his book dying of Whiteness. How the politics of racial resentment is killing. America's heartland Nestle the director of Vanderbilt University Center for medicine. Health and society put a human face on the opposition to many policies that would save lives and livelihood a warning of the lengths to which the white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. Listen to mental. Explain why those anti stay at home protests in state capitals Egged on by the president that historical pattern and why the politics racial resentment is a deflection. That works right now. Jonathan Metzel. Thank you very much for coming back to the PODCAST. It's great to be back. I you were just on the podcast a couple of months ago and I try not to go back to Previous guests sooner than say six months but the situation that we're in right now with the with covert nineteen sort of demanded that you come back. We had on Reverend William Barber talking about the racial disparities that we've now been forced to reckon with with the corona virus. And you sent me a message. Reminding me that everything that you wrote about in Europe antastic book dying of Whiteness is playing out in this corona virus and the covert nineteen pandemic. Talk about that well. The book I wrote Diana Whiteness was was really. I mean I who knew at the time but what I was talking about in. That book was about the ways in which there were kind of undercurrents of white racial resentment that shaped Attitudes among politicians and certain white voters particularly in mid in America. That am caused them to what you would think. Vote against their own biological self interests and so the story. I told him that book was a story. About how for example and working class and lower income white voters rejected the affordable. Care Act. Which would have helped them a lot because they thought that immigrants and minorities were gaming the system and I looked at The rise of guns as symbols of kind of white self protection. And you know that was. That was a a book that I thought was kind of how to beginning a middle and an end it was kind of a warning of the lengths to which when white working class voters could either have underlying racism or be manipulated to vote in support of wealthy donors in corporations but against their own life stance. And it's just been on steroids since this pandemic started. I mean everything from in you know. It seems like the best possible for many red states would be to expand Medicaid if people health and transferred this moment of dire need and you would think people would be rallying to get Medicaid. It would help them. Not just medically would help them. Financially not incur bankruptcies pay less for medications but instead trump has been actively actively not expanding Medicaid and and people have been supporting him and the same thing with guns are the the gun story as is eight hundred percent rise in gun sales in some states in in in conjunction with this idea And and so kind of across the board this idea and and of course brought to bear most recently by these protests are across across many red states where people are literally out there saying and we we want to support trump even if it costs us in our family members and our communities days and months and years of our lives and and the racial currents are just. I mean just absolutely unavoidable. Okay so let's let's start with the with those protests because as I watched the video coming from Lansing Michigan and other places and people is openly. Define what we all knew when they were protesting to be true that the corona virus is spread. If you are not socially distancing if you're not wearing a mask if you're shaking hands if you have any kind of physical contact and these votes were acting in total defiance of everything of everything we know up the is it. Are they being irrational in what they're doing or are they being rational in that support for Donald Trump and resentment of and racial resentment are enough for them to ignore science? Well I think there are a couple of things that are important to keep in mind about this process. I just always make clear when I talk about them. That those protests are not all all white Americans. They're not all trump supporters. That's a kind of vote very vocal very threatening fringe group. That has gotten a lot of validation from from trump and a lot of funding from the Devos family and other places and so in a way. Because we're all stuck at home. It's hard to see that there are a lot of people in red states who are terrified of what those protests represent Democrats and Republicans and so first of all. I think it's unfortunate just given the way we're all many of us at at home right now and it looks like that's every Republican out there and that's not the case that being said I try to avoid saying that anything is irrational You know I think would my research. I came to realize that there are there are deep and ideology said that makes sense to people and I think this idea of government. Overreach this idea that Social PROGRAMS ARE GONNA benefit immigrants and minorities and and at the expense of of white people. do these ideas are very very ingrained and I think that also when you when you combine that with a moment of real despair this I this moment of you know not just a more the risk of mortality but also this fear of you know real real economic trauma that people back on their deepest their deepest fears. We've seen that you know the rise of Nazi Germany on down that people when they're who've been there the most desperate it's not like they become the most centrist They they become the most terrified. And so it. At a moment like this people fall back on extreme ideologies. It's not like everybody's GonNa come to the middle and I think trump has been very artful at manipulating those anxieties and shifting blame race. That I think are very dangerous but it's not I. It's not irrational. If it's based in a particular reading of reality and and also Lib reality for a lot of people you know one of the big stories to come out of out of the corona virus coverage is the the health disparities disparities in impact that overwhelmingly the victims of Corona virus have been Americans and other people of color particularly African Americans. What role do you think that plays in the mindset of people who might be looking in saying you know that's affecting them and so therefore I don't need to be concerned about this? Well I think certainly that's been framing an edge of course true right in other words. Many of the people who died in this early phase are emigrants of members of minority groups. People who have to either have to go to work In in conditions are live in areas. Where there's a lot of density I certainly think that that led to a feeling of kind of white and bits ability especially in the people. I've been interviewing people in this idea that oh no. This won't be because this is kind of black and Brown problem. I certainly think fueled part of the feeling of invincibility surrounding mess But it'll be interesting to see. I mean I think there are two caveats that narrative of I is that I guarantee you. A lot of these deaths in rural white America are being under reported. Just because there's not great data gathering and so I do think there's a lot of despair in in rural areas that we're not hearing about and and I think the other point is because of these protests and particularly when these red states start opening up if if they do which seems insane. We're GONNA see a lot of of working class white very sick and dying and so it'll be interesting to see what happens to that narrative when it really starts to hit home for people
Washington, DC - DeVos, Education Department sued for 'seizing' student borrower paychecks
"The department of education and education secretary Betsy device a class action lawsuit demanding a stop to garnishment of student borrowers wages the suit was filed in district of Columbia federal court on behalf of borrowers whose paychecks continued to be garnished for student loans which is a violation of the carers
"devos" Discussed on Impaulsive with Logan Paul
"So I mean this is huge. Spread of type of disabilities. But seeing how happy they were being with I guess they're cool. Kind was it was amazing. I mean, there's still people, they still love the love. They still have things. I love they like they have feelings in this makes me back to the US government. Were you for you? What was her name, Dave? Oh, that's Davis. You've say to say what you say h s. Are you? Sorry, Betsy DeVos. Thank you. Devos for you had the old the DASS ity to stop funding. Special Olympics are cut the funds by seventeen and a half million, which is not shit for the United States. You guys been that in a fucking second. Let me spend I pulled this up, which is interesting yet. So it was like seventeen point six million, which is nothing that they that they were gonna cut that was in Trump's original plan, and then Betsy DeVos was the one that's actually like advocating it, and she got a blonde shift for this taught tons. And she stood behind the decision, so she said still stood behind. I'm still gonna go for me that they're not protecting their own fucking people. What was her battle our battle with? It was that it was all ready funded through donations. It's not enough. I'm not agreeing with that was heard that was her. Well, that's what she yeah. That's what she thought I pulled it up, just out of curiosity. How much does Trump's proposed border wall? Cost twenty one point six billion dollars. One thing that's hard to hear seventeen point four billion go fuck yourself. Your that's like that's like go fuck yourself as like a like a. I don't even know like a sliver of a mile of fence. It's almost like it's. They just left a tiny piece off the end of it. It's almost like the wound up their dick and slapped Special Olympics people in the face with would that goes back to point them. It's his field. Not part of the society's eyes. Right. Yeah. That's what does that to these people with disabilities. Lynn that takes a huge toll on them. And then they get the depressed in later, come suicide. This is happening though, quite a bit with different communities. Like another thing I saw was Jon Stewart was actually advocating our. Nine eleven first responders, and they were sick from inhaling all the fumes and the, the smoke, like they had a lot of long health effects. Yes. And the government stopped funding them. So it's like, you know, people like nine eleven like are people who fought, you know, now, you take this one this one, this one, whether it's whether it's Special Olympics or nine eleven. I watched John Stewart. I wish we talked about this on the fucking video..
"devos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Let me introduce Hilary Shelton. He's senior vice president for advocacy and policy at the end of the Lacey pe- he's director of the ACP is Washington bureau. Hilary Shelton. Thank you for joining us. I appreciate it ethics. Great to be with you. So tell me what you're hearing in this conversation in what your take so far. If he were to give education secretary, Betsy DeVos grade, what would it be? Well, let's let me hold off on the great for just a minute Matali about some of the fixes and then we can decide great accordingly. Okay, we'll make this evidence-based, took out like that. Thank you, MS. The number of concerned pad as Mr. Voss's gone into to serve as secretary of education. I have to be honest until you and transparent as well and say that the NWC p opposed her confirmation because our feelings concerns were that are backed bounded experienced into lack the expertise necessary to handle issues a public education from pre k. through twelve. And of course, other big issues for the NWC Pierre concerns like higher education. I began hearing some conversation along those lines as well as the about the affordability of higher education. And he was talking about private higher education in institutions and the like, and some concerns we pay along those lines as well. And the n. AA CPA is also involved in a suit against DeVos. Right? Yes. Why don't you tell us about that? Because this is about civil rights laws right in the way they're the the way that they're imposed. Absolutely. Absolutely. So the NWC Pia Fata lawsuit along that friends at the national federation of the blind and the council of pant attorney. He's an advocates against US secretary of education and the department of education office of civil rights in the US district court in Maryland for the departments because the department road back, I mean, the civil rights enforcement regulations, we thought were crucial to making sure that every American regardless of race, ethnicity, points of national origin. Any other differences are even disability would have an opportunity to get a high quality education. We concerned the department of education pretty much summarily change the policies allowing for the dismissal of civil rights complaints, and the ability of organizations to appealed their rulings. So what that means is that we've actually cut out -tunities to make sure that it's known if an institution is discriminating because of wants differences and other challenges within our society and very well organizations should have an opportunity to file lawsuits when necessary and to appeal decisions. But the changes that have happened now at the department. Of education through its office of civil rights actually moved to make it much more difficult and even a limited opportunities along those lines. We're actually hold on Hillary because I wanna bring max into this conversation and max. What are you hearing an in Hillary's concerns about enforcement of civil rights regulations in the department of education? I mean, these things are are a balancing act, and I think the balance became way out of wack during the Obama administration. Right? He's talking about making it easier to Smith civil rights complaints, which you should be able to dismiss a civil rights complaint if you've spent years and years investigating and found no evidence of wrongdoing, but under the way the Obama administration do these investigations, certainly something like school discipline, it's it didn't matter whether or not you actually found any evidence of discrimination. These so-called investigations were actually an enforcement tool to core school districts to change their policies. So I think that these things are a balancing act. It's not about rights versus no rights. It's about how. Do we, you know, balance trying to make sure that students have a an appeal if they feel that they've been screwed it against without letting that become car 'blanche to have the department of education, rewrite local policies. So Hilary Shelton if it's about a balancing act, your concern is the balance is gonna little bit too far in the other direction. It's well. That's certainly what he's arguing, but I would argue that quite frankly, will be done now with these changes, it means it without they made these changes. Let me just back up for just a second without going through the legal required notice in comedy period, the would prevent the piano, the organizations to voice our opinion before they made these public changes..
"devos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"So during the September speech at George Mason University, she announced a new approach to campus sexual misconduct. DeVos repeatedly emphasized the plight of the accused here. She is one rape. Is one too many. One assault is one too many. One aggressive act of harassment is one too many. One person denied due process is one too many, though a secretary of education, Betsy DeVos. Let me introduce Maxine and he's a senior fellow at the Manhattan institute where he focused focuses on education policy Maxine and welcome back to one point. It's great to have you to be Anthony. Anthony, I know you've been listening along to this this conversation. How would you sum up so far? What Betsy DeVos has brought as secretary of education? Yeah, I think US early in the are with the grade would be I would give her a b minus. I think that she is taking the federal government's role in a more modest and quit, frankly, productive direction. But unfortunately, the things that she is doing require a lot of finesse and explanation and and kind of power persuasion that she hasn't quite been able to to muster. So I think that while what she's been doing, it's been substantively productive. I think she's unfortunately kind of discredited a lot of the, the, the reasons behind the, the approaches he's bringing to the table. And how so are you saying that it's essentially, this is a this is a question of of messaging as opposed to policy commitment? Yeah. I mean, I think that it's not as though it is only this kind of far right wing that was opposed to the Obama administration's. Very heavy handed approach and education. You know, the only major bipartisan Bill of the Obama administration was the every student succeeds act in which Republicans Democrats got together and said, the federal government has gone way too far in education. We need to trust teachers. We need to let them figure out these decisions. We need to trust local school boards. We need to rein in the power of the department of education, and that's something that was overwhelmingly approved in congress, but it's a message that she can't quite carry forward without becoming a lightning rod. So in your view, Maxine reining in the power of the department of education. Can you point to one specific effort that Betsy DeVos has made where you know there is a concrete effort to rein in the power of the department of education that makes sense to you even if she hasn't carried it out or delivered a clear message on why it's important? Yeah, absolutely. So one very clear example is what's called the significant disproportionality regulation and the yes. And there's a lot of this kind of language in the world of education. But go ahead, say it one more time. I just want to the significant disproportionality regulation, significant disproportionality regulation, explain that. So the Obama administration looked at the statistics around race and special education and thought that African American students were over represented in special education services and therefore wanted to create a formula that would pressure states to reduce this alleged overrepresentation. Right. Problem is research. The came out after that regulation was put forward says that actually, once you sufficiently control for enough factors there actually significantly underrepresented, do you have a regulation that's in place based on faulty data that would be pushing states to further serve already underserved demographic and the secretary as you know, thus far put that on hold and should rewrite it, but in the process hasn't been able to, you know, make a case as to why this numbers based approach it as. Misguided and she's just kind of gotten flack for, you know, ignoring potential discrimination over critics, say around special education at indication. Let's take some calls.
"devos" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Faulting on their loans. We're going to these four profit colleges, and so the Obama administration created these rules that said, you know, if you're graduating students that are not making a lot of money and or taking on too much debt that they can't repay. We're gonna shut you down. We're going to cut off your federal money and and we reported last week that Betsy DeVos is planning to repeal that rule to sort of let you know for profit colleges operate is that used to write and this these these rules Obama wanted to put these rules into effect after the collapse of to for profit colleges, Carinthian college in IT technical institute which collapsed. They collapsed in two thousand fifteen in two thousand sixteen, and they were found to have misled students with false advertising misleading claims that kind of stuff. So these were rules essentially to protect students from this kind these kinds of alleged abuses. Right. Exactly. That's cool. We're saying, you know, if you. Through this program, you're, you have a ninety, nine percent guarantee of getting a job and students were enrolling in taking on huge amounts of debts, and those things were just turning out to be flatly not true. And this is also led to lawsuits by a whole bunch of attorneys-general across the country. We're going to be hearing from one of them at the bottom of this hour. But essentially, what is the case that these attorneys general are making. Well, they are saying they're suing Betsy DeVos because she is trying to repeal both the the game full employment rule, which would shut down some of these worst. The worst of the worst colleges, you know, the ones that really are not graduating people with any kind of earnings power. And then there's another rule that I think we'll get to in a moment that that she has sort of rolled back where students who went to colleges that defrauded them or allowed to actually ask the government to forgive their loans, and she's a sort of tried to make that process a little tougher. Right. And why is that? What's the argument in favor of making that process tougher for students who feel that they were defrauded? Well, there's a serious concern. You know the the money on the line is taxpayer money that these students are taking on forgiving, all of it sort of willy nilly is really going to cost taxpayers hundreds of millions of not billions of dollars. And so you have to be very careful. The other thing is that the government really tries to recoup money from colleges once they've once they've forgiven loans. And some of these four prophets were saying, well, the the process that you're using to determine whether we've defrauded or students is arbitrary. We're not really getting a chance to show the case that it was. We weren't lying, but it was that, you know, we're being wrongly targeted. And so some of the schools were being asked to pay sums of money that they said they couldn't afford. Now, another issue, the department of education physician interim guidance on how colleges should investigate and penalize sexual assault under title nine, which prohibits gender, discrimination in education. Can you talk a little bit about how she is dealing trying to make those changes? Absolutely. So for years, you know, President Obama had set out these rules governing how campus sexual assault cases could go on college campuses and the. A lot of, you know, specifically accused students, but also more broadly of of lawyers who were saying the process that you're setting up is really one sided and unfair. You know, it didn't some cases the rules. Let victims you know, ask questions of their, you know of the people they were accusing, but not vice versa. And so you know a lot of lawyers and accused student advocates were saying they needed to sort of level the playing field to give accused students more rights for the process. So it's fair to say that Betsy DeVos enter policies. Anthropology proposals are controversial. There disliked by a lot of folks who work in education..
"devos" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210
"The american civil liberties union blasted the boss's comments by saying let's be clear any school that reports a child to ice would violate the constitution the supreme court has made clear that every child in america has a right to a basic education regardless of immigration status secretary devos is once again wrong she said but i don't know if she's wrong quite frankly and i don't know what would motivate a school to call other than i would imagine that there's some issue of safety involved or something like that so then what the school be out of bounds by calling because the child is in fact the families in fact here illegally what other crimes would they be remiss and doing their job if they didn't call i guess it'd be the question but it's funny though that they asked this question of betsy devos right it's funny the congress asked questions again it's it's the narrative of the narrative of trump coming into schools now and ripping kids out of the classroom and ripping their families out of the classroom and sending them away it's all part of the narrative now i got news for you for the average voter when they hear that contrast with trump's comments on ms thirteen today in their minds they they they equate more with the comments on fighting ms thirteen they do the they they to them that is much more of a serious issue than a school may be calling ice on a kid it doesn't happen and people know it doesn't happen really i mean it really doesn't i'm not saying it never happens but it's not a thing that happens all the time in schools in in schools we have some of the most liberal people in the country but this is a question of this is again one one of those you know do you ever beat your wife kind of a questions or when was the last time you you beat your wife or what do you think about wifebeating.
"devos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Oh the impairment tippety between the two parties not purely one way coney said to recommend it to the president that he not hire his daughter and soninlaw official positions and white he was right people don't fight your all off all your all unqualified the only good advice cohen ever gave was don't hire them he's would be like everyone else wildly unqualified to be white house counsel but it might have kept him in you know what i mean it's just they're all just so dumb an unnamed trump associates said here's a guy who dedicated his life to trump who was sure he would be a top pick he was iced out i just i think wins ds is going to be the one that brings him down with her dumb advice fire comey don't hire michael cowan ice him al what's he ever going to do about it right after lumbago okay oh speaking of dominant qualified betsy devos education department has begun dismissing civil rights cases in the name of fishing sake speed things up yeah under new protocol that allows investigators disregard cases that are part of cereal filings are they consider burdensome to the office because they're people too much melanin or whatever okay then she's leaving to the curb your enthusiasm theme once again once again i what what see you later.
"devos" Discussed on MacBreak Weekly
"Kids are enjoying it if kids are more engaged because it's more fun because it's really cool tools you know to to me they're learning more and then when you know then they're going to move onto something else that's i think more about the efficiency of the knowledge than anything else this is i don't know how this is survived the tenure of betsy devos as secretary of education but tech dot ed dot gov the office of educational technology us government educate department of education go open why us openly licensed educational resources resources that are openly licensed benefit schools in a number ways mostly but most notably they help to increase equity keep content relevant high quality empower teachers and save money this is exactly the opposite of of what apple is promoting and i i have may again it's it's a political point of view probably as much as anything else but i i agree with so well having said get back to the ipad adulation go ahead it's it's i don't think that this is i think this really is a situation where apple can't it's we forget that the mac house way less than ten percent of the desktop market like some eight point three point four percent and so they're very very successful and develop and selling solution to people that are eager to have the sort of experience that the macintosh provides so i certainly don't think that they are going to have the same supremacy that they once had an education but at least it's going to be of very very credible and very very vibrant pocket pocket dimension so to speak for all these people work in so all the all the problems that are mentioning are absolutely valid and there's stuff that i keep hearing time and time again that they just they really do need a container peop it people really want educators by large they really really want a container that they can adapt and put things into and they don't like getting the answer back that oh well this doesn't do that and you'd have to wait for the company to want to make that change in order you to be able to do that but there are going to be plenty of school systems that maybe they have been been.
"devos" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Gun violence in schools nothing zero just just why am i not surprised that politicians don't have the intestinal fortitude do anything against the nra but here they are and to make it worse to make it worse the president appointed betsy devos the head this commission task force and and this is a woman who said it's okay for kids to carry guns in schools to fight grizzly bears remember that during her confirmation hearings and now she's been assigned to lead this task force and and and she she's a woman i don't know if you saw the sixty minute broadcast but she couldn't even talk about the schools in her own home state of michigan she had no answers all she is about is charter schools and now she's supposed to lead a task force on on on gun violence in the schools this administration is off the rails folks i mean i mean there's so much to talk about going on with this administration but is completely off the rails this president has to go but i changed the subject a little bit there but look nothing happened nothing the administration it's so phony it's so disappointing no wonder people are turned off by politics no wonder people say that their vote doesn't make any difference you got an administration that promises all these changes and then sits down with the nra comes out of the luncheon dinner with the nra and makes up its mind not to do anything no background checks no ban on bump stocks nothing no no no raising of the minimum weight of the of the minimum age to buy guns nothing the let's study it well guess what there are laws on the books in washington that prevent the cdc from studying gun violence it's called the dickey amendment look it up it bans the cdc from conducting studies on on the effects of gun violence and now you've got an administration that that that that does everything for show everything we show all those meetings all those meetings with parents all those meetings with victims all those meetings with parents of victims and they do nothing and here in illinois we have a governor who vetoes one of the one of the first major pieces of gun legislation to come out of the eleanor legislature in decades other than conceal carry.
"devos" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"All right moving on betsy devos yeah that was a train wreck not that good that was very helpful now i'll say this and i'm not going too far to defend betsy devos here but some people just aren't good in television no she's clearly one of them so that the interview was horrendous betsy devos education secretary looked completely unprepared and maybe for that line of questioning she was unprepared bad on her but clint smith man named clint smith on twitter sent this out he says i thought that betsy devos interview was an episode of drunk history but it turns out she's the secretary of education sara wrote in with this twitter story she said just keep saying stig love trumps hate love trumps hate and then parkland high school student cameron caskey kids starting to get on my nerves he says it's unfair to put the united states secretary of education on the spotlight that secretary of all your in office so i will stand by you tongue planted firmly in cheek there everybody give her a break in in regards to that video he said just wanted to let you know they're to drop or two of sarcasm in there i'll bet none of you have enough money to buy that position anyway so please allow the secretary to do good work without your criticism remember remember brandon they go low we go we go hi and then howard dean said this week the president trump's cabinet is filled mostly with incompetent dufuses doofus is that the technical term i guess i guess so he ran for president two thousand four frequent critic of the trump administration again referring to betsy devos but but trump's cabinet filled with dufuses.
"devos" Discussed on The Young Turks
"Education secretary betsy devos was interviewed by leslie stahl on sixty minutes and among the interview questions they dealt into the issue of school choice something that betsy devos has received a great number of criticism or critics something that betsy devos has been criticized by a great number of people now the interview was a disaster and even a white house members of the white house spoke out about how they didn't love her performance because she was ill prepared but before we get to the heart of the discussion regarding school choice let's go to the one question and answer portion that i thought was amazing given the fact that she is the education secretary take a look have you seen the really bad schools maybe try to figure out what what they're doing i have not i have not i've not intentionally visited schools that are underperforming maybe you should maybe i should yes now i might have unintentionally visited those schools that was an accident but i mean i didn't wanna intentionally visit any poor people you know i'm a billionaire that would be unbecoming she's the education secretary and she goes off about how our public schools are failing and we need to fix them and her solution is to take tax payer money out of public schools and funnel them into either private schools in the form of vouchers or charter schools which is what the heart of this discussion is about she thinks if she says anything with a smile on her face that is going to work and.
"devos" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"We saw the the clip coming in secretary of ben carson i mean this cabinet is not exactly thrilling well when the president said on the campaign trail that he would bring the best people and with the most experienced we now have a pretty stark just juxtaposition and i would say to add to what noah said that part of the challenge for betsy devos is that even though as a campaign donor um and republican a big republican heavy hitter in michigan she and her family put a lot of money into pushing the school choice initiatives in that state in the direction that that state his taken uh she hasn't been in educator and she hasn't been on the ground um as an educator even now when she acknowledged that you know she hadn't been into these under performing schools and so she herself is in a pretty tough position there but you would expect that she would have a lot of data at hand just because michigan in many ways has been kind of a testing ground a lab for the school choice and what's happened there um fair or not because you know we were starting for example in detroit with some pretty poor performing schools but those schools are still really underperforming and she should have at least the basic amount of data at her finger tips to know that that is a question she's going to get if she walks into an interview with like a little odd odd thing.
"devos" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Entire video in its now not an attempt i raise school superintendent writer for thirty thousand dollars yes and and at the same time decrease the wages of the mentions the imperious staff and role of the the all of the janitors and everybody that works with the school don't get a raise right to school superintendent gets a race yeah and in a fat one yeah so uh uh you know that's she just break she stands up she says uh i for one i think that it's outrageous that this uh school superintendent gets a raise when the uh rienzi uh when all these people don't right i understand that finding they call in the sheriff i know but but his that why did they call it in the sheriff simply because they wanted to shut rob or because she was in violation of of meeting protocol well uh i mean you so you just watch the videos ex prevalje about twenty different videos who understand rate and if you know the but they're probably all the camera angles you want for seeing that she's not getting tax in fact that holds you can be remembered betsy devos this the super of what is she the education secretary right um and there was an article back in the last uh last july i think in the guardian about betsy devos and that when katrina happened in louisiana her privatized school company cashed in and she ended up with a not only this the new orleans school district's privatize to her company but a whole bunch of different paris used throughout louisiana and so i'm wondering now whether or not this was betsy devos is uh privatized schools that gave a fat have raised to the superintendent and left everybody else in the lurch well david less i appreciate the phone call i i think if you go back and watch that video again it's it seems a little bit odd to me that they would just cover for start for the way they did unless you know she was carrying on beyond her time or unless it was just it was really not even an item an issue that had been brought up uh on the agenda in the first place so i don't know i just find it i don't think it's i think there's probably more to it than most of the.
"devos" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"You know i remembered uh chuck nearby elementary school in how collaborative learning his cheat but getting back to the to the politics part of this so the day that we recorded that podcast with dr uh betsy devos was testifying or or not testifying some when she was in her confirmation hearings with united states senate at the charm and i thought to myself united states it is interviewing betsy devos not at the same monarch interviewing linda drawing hammond nypd at you know of is no question in my mind that person who got to interviewed one can do a lot more what education was fired a so is a really recovered fun uh you know kind of coincidence that day but now xi yang not jordan her but gan now she really on was idea of how while we learned you know he groups rut and ran what that look like a new jim cruises on certainly no echoed that a union read in a cast we had with um in our at the book part of this whole learning to gather thing is we don't always have the places were weakened jude adding to wet allowed for that deep dive it's necessary to get too um the level we need to get to on no sake rigorously was the one who said to go higher may have to go deep lil while we can act with people have we have a lot of really circus relationships and sometimes through time or whatever circumstances we don't get to have the real deep law hungre sations about certain topics up and so necessary group setting we talk about the safe haven there could be created ram people feel free of judgment in where they believe that is a confidentiality about our conversation never leaves the room hand you know the difference that can make um.
"devos" Discussed on WTVN
"Supervisors on the phone with his cop say you are making a major mistake and she's right and i don't and it it it does bring out in me would i get to see and cases where if someone ski is someone is uncooperative at the hospital nurses doctors have the right to say no no they don't have right to say no when there's a search where it but they absolutely can say now because the patient's rights come first and it's not a nurses or doctors job to be part of the the prosecution of of an offender in this personal wasn't even under arrest that's the thing that just blew me away so the switching years it's pivot over to the trump administration and betsy devos friend who's betsy devos betsy devos is the education secretary on under trump who is i think doing some fabio less hangs she's uh proposing changes to replace what is called the dear colleague letter which was in two thousand eleven sent out to all the universities and colleges across the united states that said hey you got to get tougher on sexual assault um they made in that letter it had on changed the preponderance of the evidence it prepares the evidence which was shown to lower the standard lowered this standard which is just more likely than not so if you believe one student just a little if she's a bit if she's a better actor than he is he loses healers its on and so they made a lot of thought these and they put the schools at risk for losing federal funding if they didn't do that so this was huge now universities even should universities even be doing investigations of rape cases woulda university ever investigator murder case on campus now no right below murders rape right.
"devos" Discussed on The Fifth Column
"I hate filters betsy devos it becomes hatefigure for whatever reason uh she's you know she's been a a republican backer for a long time she's been in the school choice movement her brother is some kind of moral monster apparently merit printsite only earning about but once private armies in afghanistan or something like that the family has been controversial among the left for a long time and she didn't apparently uh uh respond very well during her confirmation hearing to some stuff but she has worked on education for a long time anyway she was the one everyone decided to get mad at in that process so people have a default betsy devos sucks of filter hear me ned vigils in my neighborhood of butter at the local school um and it you know they have the a default trump thinks he have i hate betsy devos i hate uh donald trump and this has to do with rape there's just no way apparently for people to except information that gets in the way of how their computer spits out those inputs which is hashtag stop betsy or a our our mutual friend noah shack in a very great guide discerning journalists tweeted something defective like what the fuck is wrong with these people so sometimes of discerning journalists there are very often at seraing journals when one of the better ones out there this is a a completely widespread reaction to something a due process claim it's a it's a a great example of how.