35 Burst results for "Editorial Board"
Disrespect: There’s No Other Way to Describe How Little the Biden Administration Thinks of the American People
"The New York Post editorial board had posted a great editorial. It's fairly brief. But honing in on that word disrespect, the post writes, there's no other way to describe how little the Biden administration and Democrats in general think of the American people. Asked about secret late night shuttling of illegal immigrants to various parts of the country. White House spokesperson Jen Psaki made a joke about the flight times saying they were earlier than you might like. Ashton got a supply chain crisis, upsetting the economy and driving up inflation. She quipped that it was the tragedy of the treadmill that's delayed. Americans care about how many illegals are being led into the country. The White House crew doesn't care. It's not a law or rule. They want to enforce. Americans care about whether they'll be able to buy holiday gifts and how much they're paying for groceries. Democratic officials don't care, it doesn't affect them, Psaki thinks you're waiting on a peloton when you're trying to feed your kids. How infuriatingly insultingly out of touch they are. Writes the New York Post editorial board. So Kamala Harris takes a jet and a gas guzzling SUV to lecture us about climate change. President Biden wished for scolds us about COVID, then walks maskless through a restaurant. The rules aren't for them, of course. And the media wonder, who are the deplorables who vote against these betters? Who would reject this obviously superior course? Who will kick the Democrats out of their majority next fall? The post says it's that great swath of America that is sick of being patronized by these arrogant elites. It's not a joke, Jen Psaki, no one is
Taxes and Prices of Everyday Goods Go up Under Joe Biden
"I went to the food store today To get a copy of the New York Post Which is a great newspaper And on the cover in addition to beauty can be a beast There was Biden's tax on the middle class $175 per month I'm sure you've heard this True cost of inflation on average American family on $175 a month is over $2000 a year Something like that We're about 2000 a year And they're just getting started We all cost of inflation they have a whole section on here by the editorial board which is outstanding 175 bucks a month that's the hidden tax the average American household is paying for the Biden economy Some of this is indeed transitory as the fed officials like to say I would suggest it's not I would suggest it's not I don't believe it is In fact I believe it's going to get a lot worse I know it's going to get a lot worse And they have some examples 12 back of Pepsi last year was 3.33 today 5.95 Now these are things that most people consume Dozen grade a eggs last year buck 25 Now I'm buck 50 Pringles a can of Pringles Buck 50 last year buck 70 now But look how fast these prices went up pop tarts two bucks last year Two 25 now He once steak sauce 4.75 last year 5 bucks now
Everything You Need to Know About Larry Elder
"Larry elder is with us in. Larry i love so much a the aspect of your personal story and i think californians relate to sharing stories about your your father about your brother about your life. Your love of california people appreciate a common sense approach to what has been a distorted twisted version of the american dream by gavin. Newsom and larry. I must say i'm really encourage. The governor newsome is attacking you the way it is because for a while though he is because for a while he ignored you on. Evidently he must think that You do have the momentum that many of us are praying that you have Mike you're being charitable. This man is scared to death. He just gave up to interviews one with the editorial board of the la times and one with the editor boards of a bunch of other newspapers slamming. The table cursing angry. He went on with went to full captain clear on the scene from the cain revoke i was on the witness stand and kind of broke down had a mental breakdown yet. He mentioning my name for the first time. Because i'm the one he's afraid of. And i'm the one who can talk to black and brown people. Because i'm from the hood you pointed out. My dad came in nineteen forty sevens. You bought a house at now is worth six hundred thousand dollars. Because of the outrageous cost of living in california. The average price of a home is now eight hundred thousand dollars. A one hundred percent more than the eric price at home in america largely because of these environmental extremists that have taken over sacramento and run the state in the last twenty or thirty years gavin. Newsom as afraid. I'm going to be able to explain this way. So then joe jones six back can connect the dots between the outrageous cost of a home in california and left wing policies and sacramento and the rising crime and letting policies in sacramento this attack on the police this false assertions the police are engaging in systemic races. I mean we'll talk about the importance of choice in public education. So the money. Follow the child and the other way around lack round. Parents want school choice. They both the democratic party year after year the year. who's number one contributor teacher's union and they're adamantly opposed school choice. I can break the stranglehold over the democratic party. They have on minorities. Eighty percent of the kids in california are black and brown who have or getting a sub-standard education and they're scared. I'm going to be able to make that case. In ways that the average california can understand
Texas' Abortion Ban Marks a New Legal Strategy for Abortion Restrictions
"Emily i wanna read you from the wall street journal op-ed today which i thought was interesting this supporter of abortion restrictions. In fact getting rid of roe v wade who write this. Texas republicans have handed democrats political grenade to hurt to the antiabortion causes the editorial board pro-life groups has spent nearly fifty years arguing. That abortion is a political question to be settled in the states by public debate. It now texas. They want us the courts by civilization to limit abortion. I do think this law is so frankly odious that more republicans and those who oppose abortion rights should have to own it and i wonder if folks who work in the trenches of the political opinion on this. Feel the same way absolutely chris. Let's start with baxter. The overwhelming majority of americans are on the side of those who want to see and keep rovers wade as the law of the land. That is what keeps women saved. What could people save. Who needed care. This texas law goes too far. And what i would say to your listeners. Your your watchers is. Do you know who your state senator is. Do you know who your state representative is. Do you know who your governor is. And where they stand on this because republican governors. Legislators across the country are looking at this not as a grenade but as a playbook. They're thinking what can we do here in our state to rollback these important rights that affect so many families at emily's list. We're working to hold them to account and i believe we believe that every single member of legislature needs to be asked. Where do you stand on this. It should be asked now. They should be asked to get next year and they will be asked by voters when voters come out just as they did after brett. Cavanaugh was confronted court in two thousand eighteen. They will come out and be held to account at the
Larry Elder Shuts Down Columnist Who Compared Him to David Duke
"There is a recall out for one of the most damaging governors in the country. That is there was competition for that title. I mean it's it's really. I know it's funny but it's you know it's very sad. And if he is recalled larryelder presumably prevail among the candidates. Larry elder is on the line with me. Larry what happened with the sacramento bee. Well i had a very contentious Editorial interview with them it was not just a sacramento d. But also all also at the newspapers as well And we went at it. The same thing with the los angeles times los angeles times has a writer named named gene guerrero Who wrote a piece a few weeks ago. All the calling me. A black david duke When i had my interview with the editorial board of the la times every single question was Was contentious. And i handle them. Pretty definitely and then all of a sudden she pops up. She was not on the list of people to To question me And i refuse to allow her to ask. Ask me a question and one of the members of the editorial board said well. If you become governor how is it. You're going to deal with people who have different points of view. I said i've been on an hour with you. Not a single one of you agree with anything i said. I'm not gonna have a conversation with someone who's all the call. Me black david duke. I'm sorry and so that's what happened with both the sacramento bee interview and the la times. And if you both of which on my social media that you can watch and listen to the entire interview if you like.
Biden Sets Goals for Boosting Electric Car Sales, Fuel Efficiency
"Gotta grab this clip of biden's announcement and it's it's essentially an electric vehicle welfare state no kidding. What a spectacle i mean. We're we're watching. I mean here was biden's announcement. Here's the wall street journal editorial board by the way. Bmw ford honda. Volkswagen volvo seconding seconding the need for bold action in the federal government. Let's see politicians as partners. The by administration is adopting california deal as the framework for its revised cafe rules. The mileage mandate will increase by ten percent. We got we have got insanity happening in washington. Dc socialism like like. You can't believe
The CDC's Eviction Moratorium Is Almost Certainly Illegal
"Rich. Welcome to the show. Hey how's it going. Well it's it's it's not going so well. I'm not sure what it means. When the washington post editorial board agrees with me of course they're also agreeing with objective reality rich which apparently is escaping the white house and some of the democrats here with this addiction. Moratorium this is. It's one thing to say. Look i don't think that the. I think that we have a legitimate authority to do this. It's another thing to say. Yeah we they'll that this is illegal. We're going to do it anyway. I mean this is this is the how do you even justify something like that when you when your oath of office requires you to uphold and defending the constitution. And he's admitting that he is affirmatively violating his sworn to uphold the constitution. And i get the washington post credit. At least one of his allies is criticizing. This but but the rest are just pocketing. The gain at the same time they say texas voting law. Because there's no longer you drive. Thru voting is authoritarianism in a violation of our democracy. At the same time you know every tucker carlson monologue supposedly democratic backsliding here. The president united states defying our constitutional order trampling on prerogatives of congress and basically violating what in effect was the verdict of the people's representatives. 'cause nancy pelosi tried to pass this extension through the house twelve house. Democrats are so said. No and that's why it didn't happen. So that's that's democracy. Those are our representatives. They they've spoken and for the president just to go and defy the will. The people's representatives is totally outrageous. And it just tells you everything you need to know that people like greg sargent and jonathan chait or always going on about the threat of authoritarianism. As far as i can tell haven't said across word about this. They they don't care about president of violating positition.
President Biden's Lawless Eviction Ban
"A big flip flop on eviction. Fiction van a The wall street journal editorial board. Opines that this is a lawless eviction band national review says landlords auto ignore. It biden admitted yesterday that the are actually tuesday. The bulk of the constitutional. Scholarship says that it's not likely to pass constitutional muster. Let's let's do it otherwise let's do it anyway. Biden says at least by the time it gets litigated. It'll give some additional time while we're getting that forty five billion dollars out to people who are behind in the rent. While the wall street says many presidents have overstepped their authority. But this one. This is premeditated lawlessness. Got a president. Admitting it's unconstitutional and we're going to do it anyway.
"editorial board" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Actually heard his voice today as new york prosecutors close in on the trump businesses allen weisberg was asked by nbc reported today if he feeling pressure from donald trump. That's next in. Tonight's episode of defendant trump with the expert legal guidance of andrew weissmann. Trump's longtime accountant. Who now has the title of chief financial officer ellen. Weisselberg proved today. Not everyone around. Donald trump is incapable of following. Good legal advice when asked today by. Nbc news about the manhattan criminal grand jury investigation. That is closing in on his activities allen. Weisselberg said exactly what his criminal defense attorneys have told him to say. If you question from mr trump i white scored. Now thank you very times. Reports that the manhattan just attorney's office issued a grand jury subpoena to another trump company executive. Jeffrey makoni who would have knowledge of the financial workings of the company that air times reports the decision to subpoena mercer mcconnell. Who has worked at the company for nearly thirty five years suggests that the examination of mr weisselberg conduct has reached a new phase with the grand jury hearing evidence about him. Donald trump's former so called fixer. Michael cohen told chris hayes earlier tonight about what pressure from prosecutors. Must feel like for his old friend allen weisselberg they come with so much pressure they come with so much force that no matter who you are it makes no difference. You can't oppose it. And that's exactly the pressure that they're going to put on white suburb. So when people say oh allen's not gonna flip allan. This isn't about flipping folks. This is about telling the truth. Journal discussion andrew weisman. Who served as fbi general counsel and chief of the criminal division in the eastern district of new york. He's an msnbc legal analyst. Andrew was watching allen weisselberg today in that video saying no comment as instructed by his criminal defense attorneys. Presumably you are. You'd literally get to see the man under pressure and in this instance the pressures actually being applied by the news media in that situation but it's representative of the kind of pressure that surrounds a person like this in a high profile. High pressure case. Like this will.
Acer Says It 'Can Only Fill 50% of the Worldwide Demand'
"Intel announced two new eleventh gen use series processors at compu- tech's the core. I seven one. One nine five g seven and the i five one five five g seven both have four cores and threads plus z graphics with ninety six execution units for the i seven and eighty execution units for the i five the i seven is the first use series chip able to hit five gigahertz in a single court. Turbo boost with the base clock of two point nine gigahertz. Today is june. First the editorial board of daily tech news show regrets the air acer. Co-ceo tiffany wang said. The company can only fulfil fifty percent of demand on average due to the shortage. Saying the situation won't change until up to q two of two thousand twenty two at compacts intel ceo pat gelsinger said. The chip shortage will quote. Take a couple of years for the ecosystem to address shortages. A foundry capacity substrates and components and gardner issued a report. Saying it believes. This is the most serious point. In the shortage and estimates it will continue until q. Two twenty twenty two alienware announced that the x fifteen gaming laptop will start at two thousand dollars and the seventeen gaming laptop starting at two thousand one hundred dollars. The x fifteen fifteen point nine millimeter thick in some configurations offering up c. Two hundred forty hertz refresh rate screen while the seventeen offers up to eight three hundred sixty hertz refresh rate both offer offer eleven th gen intel core processors and support up to an rtx thirty eighty graphics card uber announced thirty. Three thousand drivers joined it's us platform during the week of may seventeenth increasing active driver hours. Four point four percent over the previous week and marking a new record for drivers since the start of two thousand twenty one who did not say how that number compared to pre pandemic times. My guess is because it didn't compare it very well. Crypto currency exchange quaint base announced that its users can use money from their new coin base cards through apple. Pay and google payne gwen. Baseball automatically convert all crypto to. Us dollars when adding to a customer's queen base card that can then be used for purchases and then received crypto rewards for shopping.
Child Care Effect On Unemployment?
"And the new lie is it's definitely childcare. Here. It is, while Street Journal editorial board the other day I've been trying to get through this story seriously for three days now it's called the childcare excuse for unfilled jobs. So you would think they had some data on that the left when they said child care was the reason nobody was going back to work. They don't Here's a quote the Peterson Institute for International Economics on Monday. Released. The study on parents in the workforce told Childcare was a problem. It would affect parents, right Study was lead by former Obama administration economist Jason Furman. Studies suggest that child care isn't the main factor keeping workers at home or even a significant one.
1,500 undocumented immigrant teens now being housed at Dallas convention center
"Dallas is receiving eight million dollars to allow federal officials to use the downtown convention center to house unaccompanied immigrant teens in us custody. That's according to city officials rocky vaz's dallas's emergency management director said. The current is four seventy five days and it allows the use of space. The k bailey hutchinson convention center including its largest exhibit hall and a nearby lobby city officials revealed details of the leasing agreement with the us department of health and human services and the federal emergency management agency during a meeting with the dallas morning news editorial board on friday according to the human and health services department the emergency intake site was opened. Wednesday and as of friday morning was hosting two hundred boys ages. Fifteen seventeen another two hundred boys were to be bused to the convention center by the evening
Dallas-Area Judges Clay Jenkins & Glen Whitley on the 'Politics' of COVID Vaccines
"Judges talked virtually to the Fort Worth Star Telegram editorial board about the politics of receiving covered 19 vaccines from the state. Jenkins, England, Whitley are critical of the state pulling back on Joses amid FEMA's efforts to vaccinate vulnerable communities is doing a good job allocates the vaccine based on population as it's been doing and doesn't take vaccine from Dallas and Tarrant County. This level at the county level, where were the arm of the state or the federal government? Where the ping Pong ball it's getting pushed back and forth. Both counties have asked the state for more shots. Time now for Texas
The Problem with California's Ethnic Studies
"A controversial curriculum for teaching ethnic studies. In california's public schools will face a final vote in march. Since the first draft of the curriculum came out in two thousand nineteen a coalition of jewish organizations including the american jewish committees. California team has worked together to fine tune the content to be more inclusive define anti semitism and avoid perpetuating the stereotypes that put jews endanger here to talk about the debate surrounding the california curriculum. And why it matters to. All of us is rabbi serena. Eisenberg director of ajc northern california serena welcomed people of the pod for having me so exactly. What is california's ethnic studies curriculum. A start back in two thousand sixteen when the california state. Legislators passed a law. Mandating that the state department of education developed a guidance document for the teachers and administrators so they could implement ethnic studies courses and schools and the reason was because in california students of color account for the majority of the population in our public schools. They speak about ninety different languages so the goal was to prepare pupils to be global citizens with an appreciation for the contributions of multiple cultures. Ajc supported that effort. We believe that k. Through twelve students across california should be able to learn the role of ethnicity race and religion in the life of all of the citizens including maybe even especially those groups have been largely left out of other textbooks and so high quality. Ethnic studies courses can help combat bigotry. He'll some of the really difficult. Racial and ethnic divisions we are facing in this country so whereas we support an inclusive and balanced approach to ethnic studies. What some might call multicultural or constructive. Ethnic studies which focuses on the contributions and challenges of a broad array of ethnic cultures. What happened with the california curriculum. Was that state. Department of education appointed a small advisory committee of teachers who are committed to something called critical ethnic studies. The critical studies association was formed in two thousand eleven with a specific goal of radical resistance. It was anti-capitalist anti-imperialist somewhat neo marxist ideology and this group was what guided the development of the very controversial first draft of the curriculum which was released in two thousand and nineteen. What was controversial about that first draft. The first problem was that it lacked balance running through the entire curriculum. The goal was promoting this narrow critical. Ethnic studies ideology the los angeles times. Editorial board wrote that the curriculum talks about critical thinking but usually offers one side and one side. Only it's more about imposing predigested political views on students than about widening their perspectives. That was the los angeles editorial board. So a second problem was that it was an inclusive. We talked about more multicultural approach which looks at the diversity of olive our california population but this curriculum actually left out a lot of groups including sikhs hindus. Korean syrians armenians jewish americans. It had a very small focus on particular groups and because of that. Ajc formed a multi-ethnic coalition with a number of other ethnic groups to ask for a more inclusive curriculum one lack balance to not inclusive. but three. and. I think what was so outrageous. It really contained a lot of offensive material. There are some examples of antisemitic material the material and even more so material that wasn't even included for example a really extensive glossary in a curriculum. That's designed to combat discrimination didn't include a definition of anti-semitism. This was released just after the shooting and powei so the jewish community was particularly eager to see that anti semitism was going to be taught about in an ethics studies curriculum for california. Was there any kind of explanation as to why anti semitism was left out of the first draft. This paradigm of critical ethnic studies sees the world through a lens of people of color and whites oppressed and oppressors and in that paradigm jews are considered to be white and of course we know jews have a complicated identity managers of color. Many jews meese rothley were middle eastern origin huge number of persian jews in california and so unfortunately the curriculum just consider jesus whites and focused only on four groups of people of color that would be african. Americans latinos native americans and asian americans.
Trump acknowledges election defeat in video on Capitol violence
"Trump for the first time acknowledged a new administration would take over on January 20th in a video released by the White House tonight. And he condemned what happened at the Capitol yesterday. I'd like to begin by addressing the heinous attack on the United States Capitol. Like all Americans, I am outraged by the violence, Lawlessness and mayhem. Correspondent Stephen Portnoy presidents on camera acknowledgment that his term is in fact ending comes as calls intensify for Mr Trump to be removed from office or resign. Conservative editorial Board of the Wall Street Journal says Mr Trump declined for far too long to call off the riotous crowd at the Capitol and that he then hedged his plea with election complaint. Those actions, the Journal says, crossed a constitutional line that amount to an impeachable offense. The writers say the cleanest solution now would be for Mr Trump to take personal responsibility. And show himself out. CBS News has learned that law enforcement is working on the possibility of more riots leading up to President elect Joe Bynes Inauguration in 13 Days,
Trump made false claims in call pressuring Georgia secretary of state to undo Biden win
"Welcome to the i melbourne and we begin with donald trump's explosive new attacks on yes our united states democracy this has been caught on tape echoes of the darkest episodes of his presidency. If you didn't know so already here we are. Welcome to twenty twenty one days before congress will convene to formally certified the election that is a formality because everything is over and done but the president continues to push the doomed effort to nullify. Joe biden's win tonight at setting off a firestorm. Even though donald trump has zero legal paths left. Donald trump placing what is now been described by so many as an extraordinary call this weekend for the top elections officials in georgia. Brad robbins burger in this hour. Long sometimes rambling call which corrine from conspiracy to direct cajoling to as we'll get into tonight. Potential criminal acts. Donald trump leaned on them to quote find the votes that he would need to somehow come the finished election. This is a state that trump lost. So i wanna do is i just wanna find Eleven thousand seven hundred eighty loads which is one more that we have people who country are angry. And there's nothing wrong with saying that you know That you've recalculated. There is a lot wrong here. Some of it may be criminal. But let's take a step back. All of this is part of trump's dead end. Election scheming georgia's results are over. The courts have spoken. This is indeed the case for every single state where donald trump is still complaining about having lost that. This will culminate as. I'm sure you've heard by now in what i believe. We'll be authoritarian theater. Wednesday on the floor of congress as republicans will make what we have. The votes to show are doomed efforts to argue that. Somehow congress should not certify. Joe biden's electoral win. This is a ploy. It is dead on arrival in tonight. We can remind you why we've reported on some of this already. Democrats control the house. So there's no way for this to work unless some house speaker pelosi decided she wanted to join trump to stop a biden presidency. In addition top senate. Republicans are against the move. The wall street journal editorial board dismisses the whole thing as a stunt the new york times calls it futile. The associated press as nonpartisan as comes says. The whole thing is desperate. Important context for trump's call george a secretary of state in that call that official ratzenberger and his lawyer reject trump's numerous false claims of voter fraud will Listen to what the president has said. President trump. We've had several lawsuits and we've had to respond in court to the lawsuits in the contentions We don't agree that you have one. And we don't didn't agree about the two hundred thousand number that you mentioned for mr president the challenge that you have is the data you have is wrong and going through each of those and those numbers that that we got Mitch mitchell was just saying they're not act. Estate official fact checking a sitting president to his verbiage face on that conference call on a phone call. But that's really striking. It may be obvious to viewers or people around the country that what trump was saying was false but one of the things revealed in this call also important is official some of them republicans telling the president to his face at this late date. That what he's saying is false and that same officials spoke with nbc news today with new fact checking for trump. I'm very confident in the results. We have here in georgia and that's the cold. Hard truth is president. Trump did not carry the state of georgia. We run honest and fair elections. Here
"editorial board" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"We only had two systems really So the next two weeks will be more. Active will be more in a storm flow Anybody traveling say to the to the southern plains oklahoma texas or missouri or arkansas. Those kind of location southern plains and southeast very very active and wet weather will be possible in those areas even potential ice storm setting into the holidays so anybody really wanting to travel back home or in those directions. Make sure you really stain you know really on tabs With with the weather because there will be a lot of activity. Maybe not right here in our own backyard but you know in the region there will be matt appreciate your time as always and hopefully relaxing weekend this weekend and hopefully twenty twenty one year that we we don't wanna forget that's true and thank you. I'll be there tomorrow. Look at your tree that you decorate it. They need all your. Hey that was. I was gonna let let the girlfriend decorate the trees and i was gonna eat the cookies but i i suppose i can share a couple. Well i can offer her my opinions to. I don't know ornament right there battle. A we'll see if you get yelled at as much as i would probably thank you so much my friend. We'll talk to you real soon. Okay all right well thank you. That's map-making channel two meteorologist. I'm pretty sure that he would not get yelled at as much Speaking of trees speaking of cookies you start to think about santa claus. Well no now perry's back. It's so holiday giveaway payers back and so is playing santa this year. They're giving away a health. Mate plus air purifier valued at over seven hundred dollars. All you have to do go down. So it's on. It's at forty eight seventy five west tenth street. If you're putting it in your maps right now just put in perry's back in so fill out an entry slip put it in there. You can be walking away with the prize..
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"They were very lady. Kevin appreciate your time. We'll talk to you next week. Okay yep thanks for having me thanks. It's kevin of the fort collins colorado. Of course this news just broke literally five minutes before we came on air so wanted to get kevin and get going. I told you we don't have a minute to spare. Let's take a break. We'll come back on the other side while county. Commissioner chairman mike freeman wanna talk to him about the peace out of the tribune from the editorial board. We'll get into that and much much more. It's no canal. Preside j nine a northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi. Northern colorado's voice is thirteen. Ten kfi day. Tanner will be back after the break. It's own party. A northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi a block party wednesdays from four to ten pm. Welcome back in the specialist studios. Thanks for being with us on this friday afternoon. Damn busy friday afternoon. I think we can say see you. Football game getting cancelled. Unc basketball happening tonight. The governor's office giving an update on covert earlier today. Which i think. I'll have some time to get into later on in the program and we got snow on top of all of that so when you're in the public eye it's pretty common that you're going to draws some people who don't like you of course making tough decisions always has that consequence but this piece from the greeley tribune is something else and we haven't got a chance to work through this yet but i figured what better way to do. So then with one of the men drying this criticism it is with welcome to commissioner chairman. Mike freeman commissioner. This piece from the editorial board of greeley tribune starts with it's quite a feat to actively worsen an already terrible situation but that's what it feels like the weld county board of commissioners has done in the past few weeks. I would have to imagine that statement in and of itself had your blood boiling when.
"editorial board" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Well it'll be nice to be able to game against the an instate opponent there in colorado. You know big time opponents to be measuring sticks northern carberry team you. I think was picked to finish second in the pac twelve or high expectations there in boulder under former bears coach pat boyle there And and so. They've got some guys that complacent hoops mckinley right. The point guard there is going to be a guy that you'll probably see. The next level will probably find his way into the nba draft next to the next year and You know it's a big game no question about it. Dale incudes returns that to see after transferring from the program and here now at northern colorado. So they're going to be maybe a little bit of extra juice for him to get out there and play against the boss but obviously you want those type of games you wanna see whereas you stand up against the issue and so on. It was great to see. The game was able to get rescheduled for later on in the year as they're supposed to plan them tomorrow but Great to see that game back in back on the docket and then the bus pioneers next wednesday as well. Yeah it's going to be a fun week. Jayson look forward to the call tonight again coverage starting at six o'clock it is. Unc and regis university doing battle tonight. Jason hey congrats on on a great first call man. We appreciate you joining us appreciate it. Thank you thanks chased. Lv new voice of the unc bears. And that's going to be fun. On again they lemons heating and cooling pre-game show starting at six o'clock. Okay let's shoot switch gears to cs you now. I know i know we can't talk to kevin lionel. On tuesday and cancelation has come about but not for the cove nineteen reason joining us now is kevin lionel of the fort collins colorado and kevin sees. You can't catch a break man. Yeah are lola predictions. Not going that well is it. I don't know if it would have been going that well even if we had all the games but to your point. Yeah i mean. We're getting a lot of cancellations here. Yeah and and this is is. I think the most unexpected not. I think it's definitely the most unexpected of the bunch Like you said. Cfc utah state is off for saturday night. it's not due to covid issues. Utah state players Voted unanimously to opt out of the game due to what they say is Some racial religious insensitivity issues from basically the leadership at utah state. They specifically singled out the president Kind of the long. The short version of the longer story is utah. State fired their coach and early november Put in place in interim coach guy who had been on staff at utah state grad and a during the coaching search process The players say there was a meeting zoom meeting with the players and the administration and within that meeting Players say that the administration made some remarks about the interim head coach. Who who's more men that basically you know the the administration raised concerns about him being you know his his religious beliefs and everything and the players. jump to his defense They also had some Racial issue from a person who's on saf basically with all that Utah state hired. Blake anderson from arkansas as coach yesterday. and kind of with all of that coming together at one The players met this morning or afternoon and voted..
"editorial board" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Now we have zero time to waste on this friday four interviews coming your way a lot of college talk a lot of college athletics. Talk to start it off. Then we will have a wo- kenneth commissioner chairman. That is mike freeman. we're going to go through What the greeley tribune editorial board had to say about the weld. County commissioners spoiler alert. It wasn't great. We'll talk with commissioner. Let him respond to. What the claims are they had as well as talked about. The snow stopped for a minute. But i think it's starting to pick back up a little bit will dive in all of that and much much more. Starting it off. This was the headline that caught my eye yesterday. Was this man's first broadcast here on the kfi airwaves that is voice of the unc bears. Jason alvin jason. The unc bears basketball. Team started a season. Which in and of itself is an accomplishment on wednesday night and they won in convincing. Fashion was good to be back. It was definitely a long time coming as they dealt with some of the kobe protocols and cancelation of games i think everybody in the country right now is dealing with and for this team to get back out there and get a game under its belt. They felt really good for them well and they were bullied by Boat hume Former k of k player a basketball player of the year. I mean this guy has only gotten better and he had a. He had an impressive byu here in his junior year. Oh no question first career double double twenty points. Ten rebounds For the junior. And he's a guy that was in the mix for big sky preseason player of the year. Obviously he was a freshman of the year in the conference and then a second team all league pick last year and he just continues to ascend towards the top of the big sky. Conference guys that you kind must watch Players and i think that was the case on wednesday night and and it took a little bit of time for for not just him but this whole team ticket going to get their legs back..
New York Times editorial board endorses Biden
"New York Times tonight just in the past our endorsed vice. President Biden with this long new editorial elect Joe Biden America former vice president is the leader our nation needs now. With exactly four weeks ago until election day. Here's basically where Joe. Biden's chances stand today in terms of the election new CNN national poll released today shows vice-president Biden with his largest national lead of the race so far among likely voters, Biden leads the president in this poll by sixteen points fifty seven to forty one percent prognosticators watch for one candidate to hit that fifty percent threshold is key indicator of electability here Biden's at fifty seven percent in this national poll. The CNN poll was conducted. Presidential debate and mostly after president trump's corona virus diagnosis was made public. And while that sixteen point Biden. May seem unlikely may seem like a bit of an outlier given the size of that lead. It's worth noting that NBC wall, Street Journal poll released two days ago on Sunday showed Biden with fourteen point national lead among registered voters. So that's sort of in keeping with that kind of margin
US 2020 election: Social media's nightmare scenario
"New York Times Editorial board is pressing for a plat. If President Trump tweets that he has won the election on November 3rd, the editorial Board of The New York Times is employing the world's leading social media and technology companies to prepare themselves for a scenario in which President Trump claims victory on election night before has been officially declared the winner. The Times editorial board suggest that if Mr Trump tweets he has won the election before he legally has Social media platforms adjust their algorithms to downplay his posts. The president told reporters last week that he would have to wait to see what happens because of mail in ballots with the results before committing to a peaceful transfer of power.
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"Superintendent Michael. Muhoza is anticipating that his district. We'll welcome students back for in person instruction by September eighth, unless the situation keeps getting worse in an interview with The Dallas Morning News editorial board yesterday. Hinojosa said that the district was planning for campus to be opened right after Labor Day and that in person instruction with his preference, officials expect the district's ten thousand. Thousand teachers to return to campuses wants classes begin even if they are providing virtual instruction, school board will hold a special meeting tomorrow to discuss potential alterations to Dallas. School calendar also tomorrow DISD is expected to release its return to school guidelines with detailed instructions on how the district plans to manage teachers and students on campuses in related
"editorial board" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Editorial board right headlines about a coronavirus resurgence in the U. S. are overblown and the bigger threat is keeping the economy in a coma liberals and the media demanded more testing before states could re open yet now are criticizing states because more testing has turned up more cases so what started with Hey let's just pause the economy for a couple minutes has turned into a complete crackdown a lockdown it was all supposedly based on the idea then if people came out of their houses in this thing was going to be spread it is so deadly remember was very deadly turns out no it's not it's not not nearly as deadly as they told us the more people who test the more people who test positive the more people who test positive who don't get symptoms or do get symptoms and don't die the more we realize there's a lot of people that end up getting it but don't die maybe it's not that deadly after all but one person died and one person died in if you're trying to stop one person die and then we can't drive in cars or walk downstairs a walk outside this is crazy you are destroying people's livelihoods which is gonna lead to suicides divorces violence all sorts of problems in fact in fact the powder keg it was the riots and looting was partially due not to race but to people keeping people UP penned up for so long and now they had an opportunity to run outside and play and that's what they did and burned and destroyed me this has to stop this has to stop by the way remember it was originally flatten the curve and then it became flatly economy flatten the curve turned into we got to have a vaccine I read an article today out of New York magazine by a fellow named Jeff Weise miss says we might never get a good coronavirus faxing and he talks about sars and murders and all these other viruses it eventually ran their course that killed a lot of people we never got a vaccine the idea that there is a panacea waiting a week or two away and if we'll just stay inside for one week is a lie it's a lie in a salon it's going to cost a lot of people the business their generational businesses I've handed down for two three four generations it's gotta stop it's gotta stop if you're at high risk to stay inside ball means if you're not be reasonable and responsible and live your life and we know that the big city mayors feel exactly the same way because they allowed all the protests and demonstrations last week we had sixty thousand people crammed into downtown Houston and now they're trying to shut it down again no it's not going to work for your own Michael berry show go ahead Floyd Hey Michael yes Sir welders calling I wanted to express my opinion on that it's real players no wait a minute am I gonna like your opinion or not like your opinion I don't I don't build trust just give me when I turn on my television set on this front to watch the NFL network turn on your football I don't turn my TV on to watch the athletes and I don't think that they were hired to be activists they were hard to be football players and that's their job description okay and so given there if I'm in a real player and I make a million dollars a year but performing on the football field and I see that there were quite a bit in my community there are six applications there can you all about Europe real all about Europe bill to you are located in cities all over this country and there was really if I really wanted to do something to make a difference in my particular stating what you're here for an example deshaun walk you he comes in Houston okay John if you really would like to make a difference in your city in the apple community or non profit groups in each and every three all over the country who have been doing group helping you help bring black you in the inner city just imagine let's record already Martin boxing here okay all during the boom of yelling at the corner of Dowling and Elgin all right so sorry yeah that's right that's right right so if you really would like to make a difference with that community within the community why don't you kill your agents when you get when you sign your contract just say Hey let's reach out and let's find on your own property within the city that I'm working here that are helping African American you and guess what I'm gonna do I'm gonna come along I'm going to give them a donation and you know what I just might even show up there once a month or once every three months to speak to the Q. inspired them and let them know that yes there is hoping that you can get out of your current situation and soul and and and and even went very well even with the NBA Michael Michael Jordan hello Michael Jordan hello Michael Jordan Michael Jordan played great Chicago I have never seen Michael Jordan on the south side of Chicago speaking to African American you about bettering their condition and not your own it would bore you with all the children even stuff that goes on in the south side of Chicago your views god would just take the initiative to fight you know what I'm going to go over there and I'm just going to show my body and I'm going to be difficult they wouldn't take a look it would have a lasting impression on young young children that will propel bill and I really think that it would help to change their minds and what they do we have nonprofit organization bring every city in a built up between so if those guys really want to make a difference why don't they know with some of the old organizations team up with the bill because the only thing that's the only thing that's stopping regarded version from helping more you get more money interesting floored you you've given me a lot to think about and Michael and Michael it is doable first county in this industry if you're there at all you know we don't need our professional athletes to grow old and you'll scholarships to to achieve all radio eighty plus students you're both those kids don't need the most help what brings you to what.
"editorial board" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Editorial board Friday suggested that the DNC the Democratic National Committee and Westgate terror read sexual assault allegations against former VP Joe Biden the presumptive democratic presidential nomination Paris for themselves for even suggesting that idea former White House press secretary Sarah Sanders reacting it this morning on fox news to that idea the DNC would be the one to take the lead on any investigation involving one of their own candidates is live from one thought it was an onion headline on a New York times headline in March the woman accused Biden of sexually assaulting her in nineteen ninety three will read was a Senate aide a bind denied the allegations on Friday during his talks down hole from the Lincoln Memorial president trump Sunday suggesting that the number of anticipated Copa nineteen deaths may be greater than was originally anticipated and was there to pump up the idea of re opening businesses at the same time he raised the number of expected deaths after Friday saw the highest number yet nationwide I used to say sixty five thousand and now I'm saying eighty or ninety and it goes up it goes up rapidly but it's still going to be no matter how you look at it that's a very lower end of the plane he has compared the estimated told to what he says would have been one to two million Americans without any mitigation measures being taken Bob Costantini Washington New York City will begin producing its own test kits for covert nineteen first time the city's history we will have our own test kits produced in large numbers right here in the five boroughs and merit of law's uses thirty thousand of those are expected by the end of next week with BP is in demand New York governor Cuomo Sunday announced that New York and six surrounding states are forming a can Worsham we will Byers a consortium PP equipment ventilators medical equipment governor Cuomo says he and the governors of New Jersey Connecticut Massachusetts Rhode Island Pennsylvania and Delaware will buy is a group to avoid another crisis that will then increase our market power they want to make sure they have a ninety day supply of vital medical supplies without depending on Washington it's also clear from the federal government that it's up to governors of the governors of the governors I'm certainly counselor for seventy seven W. A. B. C. news W. A. B. C. news time not for traffic and weather next seventy seven WABC wants to thank you if your helping me bring you thanks from all New York for just so appreciative of the sacrifice that you all made from doctors nurses first responders grocery store and drug store workers to all who were working during these difficult times you told other people played it safe you had the courage to show that you do wonder.
"editorial board" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Editorial board announcing its endorsing senator Warren saying she Pushin unequal America in the right direction just moments after finding out the news one shared her reaction with reporters I just want to like really means a lot happy it could mean a lot her campaign to you just days to the Iowa caucuses or have been off the trail for days serving as a juror in the Senate impeachment trial president trump's legal team began to make its case yesterday White House counsel Pat siblani said the bulk of their presentation will come Monday and focused on deconstructing the case for removal was made by the house impeachment managers and every time you see one of these pieces of evidence ask yourself why didn't I see that in the first three days third case of coronaviruses been discovered in the U. S. in a patient in our inch county California authorities say the risk of human to human transmission is still low a patient recently traveled the Wuhan China the epicenter of the outbreak gets killed fifty six eighty CC and panels and Hong Kong Chinese health commissioner now warning the source of the infection is still unknown the helpfulness of the corona virus to people of different ages is now changing most worryingly indications the virus is becoming increasingly contagious over thirteen hundred more medics have been flown to the epicenter will hand where officials are scrambling to build three new emergency hospitals in a matter of days you're listening to ABC news and I heart radio station news ninety three point one KFBK the nation's longest running charity football game is in the history books Sacramento county sheriff's captain Jim Barnes says the forty sixth edition of the Sacramento's guns N..
"editorial board" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay I want to show you that what we're seeing is yes it is a comedy TV show what we're seeing happening on the democratic side is a comedy TV show now let me show you this is a internal video from The New York Times editorial board with Bernie Sanders speaking to the editorial board on why they should endorse him because this is who we this is who he is listen to this amazing audio I don't tolerate terribly well and I come from a different background than a lot of other people run the country located back slapping I'm not good at pleasantries if you have your birthday I'm not going to call you up to be gradually so you'll love mean you're right nice things about me from what I do never have I know and I I I I take that as a little bit of a criticism of crystals I've been amazed at how many people respond to Happy Birthday all Bernie thanks so much for calling works it's just not my style you know I try to stay focused on the important issues facing working families in this country stop stop now I'll show you that this is a TV show I want you to play that audio again and Serra watch for my cue on when to start it and you it'll all fall together go ahead start the burning audio I don't tolerate terribly well and I come from a different background than a lot of other people run the country not good in fact slapping I'm not good at pleasantries if you have your birthday I'm not gonna call you up to congratulate you so you'll love man you're right nice things about me I take the criticism of course I've been amazed at how many people respond.
"editorial board" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"New York times editorial board makes its twenty twenty presidential endorsement senators Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar are the Democrats best choices for president that according to The New York Times editorial board a two candidate endorsement is unprecedented but the times editorial board argues the radical in the realist models warrants serious consideration at a time when quote there are legitimate questions about whether our democratic system is fundamentally broken they say Warren and culture are the most effective advocates for each approach when asked regardless of who they plan to vote for which candidate is best for rural Iowa twenty nine percent said cloture reporting into Moines Iowa I'm Ellison barber fox news father and son are undergoing treatment after a gun may sound lease in Bloomington Indiana say a four year old boy is in critical condition his father also hospitalized after a gun fell in discharged while the two were play wrestling on a bed in their home Sunday night when the gun fired the bullet hit them both in the head the Monroe County sheriff's office says the thirty six year old had been carrying the gun concealed near the small of his back before it fell the father is expected to recover rich Dennison fox news Johnny's president she's in paying says it's extremely crucial to take every possible measure to combat a new corona virus that has infected two hundred seventy people in the country his remarks come the same day the country reported a sharp rise in the number of people infected by the former viral pneumonia including the first cases.
"editorial board" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Wall Street journal editorial board by the way her new book we're not talking about her book although this is all related brand new resistance at all costs how trump haters are breaking America that's exactly what is happening and it is a great book says the living in order and everybody should read it I couldn't agree more that is correct by the way just wanna know to everybody here that I will be getting myself a peloton bike just just thought I would let everybody know one of those yes yes exactly if I come and get one of those I would just be thrilled you know why the burly here goes because you're healthy that's right and and all those who are healthy are not on the left you have to be a little sick two five that aired offensive it's it's mind boggling so let's get back to the inspector general the general report here so if we see if people would simply read the what is it the executive summary is that that is happening yeah and it's probably about fifteen pages you will get the majority of what you need to know a you'll understand just how serious are the expenses that the F. B. I. committed what would she have had to have written in order for everybody to understand that it's damning what did he not say four eight to have done that he would have had to of Britain at the way that a person would write something and he was never going to do that so it's probably fair to say Dennis but nothing he couldn't breath what the you may get mainstream media present this in the seriousness with which it was meant because here's the thing about IG report is they can use very gland and sort of neutral language so they don't say it was wrong that the FBI did this instead it says we were very concerned to find that the FBI did that or it doesn't come out and say the FBI agree just leave made a mistake in this area it says here were the violations we found at the FBI policy right so in a nutshell what what is the most damning or or the most damning things to come out of this report well so again we have seventeen examples of the FBI presenting either Aronian or wrong or overstated information to the FISA court for failing to provide it information and here's why this matters because the FISA court relies entirely on the FBI to prevent it was scrupulously accurate information because there's no competing tweeters and fun right no one goes to make the case against getting a surveillance want and so the court depends on the FBI just be straight up with it so to give you a good example of one of these omissions it turns out the Carter page the man was surveilled wise and operational asset for the CIA for a number of years and in that capacity he would pass it back to them our top racial contact for them he would pass back interaction he had with the Russian Russian officials and Russian intelligence and its C. A. was very proud of his performance they said that he was very candid and reporting all of this back the FBI knew about this relationship but yes we all right presents his interactions with the Russians as proof that he is somehow colluding with them never telling the court that he was working with another US agency to help the country that's astonishing it's astonishing the level of the violation I'm talking about here and so you know who's your who's who in your view is the or or is or are the primary culprits so they range across a lot of people and you know unfortunately we don't necessarily get all the details about who made this specific submission who decided that this was not going to go to the court who was one of the things that's incredibly remarkable and reading this report Dennis is the collective amnesia that seems to have been suddenly hit almost everybody in the hierarchy of the FBI and in fact the I. G. again I think this is one of the more damning statement in there he said we never got a satisfactory answer from anybody about why any of this happened and I think that's his way of saying I may not have found any documentary evidence of bias but I will leave it to you the American people to draw your own conclusions about how the F. B. I. managed to do so many of these things all of which cut against Donald what is their excuse for not informing Donald Trump everything about it he is so wild is there any possibility of prosecution I think we're going to have to wait and see on that there was one example and this IG report of an FBI official who actually doctored a document that was banned that used to justify the mission of the FISA court and I do believe they'll be a recommendation for prosecution of potentially prosecution there I think in terms of other prosecutions we might have to wait and see what comes from the investigation of U. S. attorney John Durham and he is to the remarkable statement yesterday saying look I respect the I. G. but you know his job was to look at whether or not they met the threshold and but I disagree with some of his findings on whether or not there is adequate for education for this investigation and you'll be hearing more from.
"editorial board" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Denial this is from the Wall Street journal's editorial board so they all got together and agreed. California's poverty rate is near a record low then you would assume. must be better. yes I'm sheltered population is jumped more than twenty percent in three years compared to five percent for the other forty nine states swaps soul five percent increase for forty nine states a twenty percent increase for one golden urine and dung colored state yeah okay. suppose you make GL one brown together is kind of golden by the late the by the way this is from the department of housing and urban development you for slick ever. these sayings and the worst thing you've ever saying it is a very long time listeners will agree. for it to be the worst thing I've ever said is extraordinary. with only twelve percent of the country's population California now accounts for later. half of those living on the streets in the entire country live in one state. Democrats can't blame this on climate San Francisco has the same climate is Orlando in the winter time but it's homelessness rate is thirty times higher so roughly double well San Francisco in Skid Row in Los Angeles have long attracted vagrants homelessness is spread to the suburbs now rodents infectious disease drugs captain assaultive followed of course they have well that shouldn't be there because of the homeless people or people just squeezed out by a big bad economy into and you know their kid got sick and they didn't have health insurance and that's how they ended up breaking into my house and becoming heroin addicts. Democrats blame rising rents for driving people in the streets but as a new White House council on economic advisers White House paper on homelessness notes housing costs are swelled by restrictive building codes zoning environmental mandates rent control cumbersome permitting in labor regulations in other words liberal policies in California the expensive housing is not nothing it's part of it but it's not V. part of it you need to address first and to the extent that it is the part of it as they point out the reason the costs are higher because the building codes is owning the higher mental mandates all this other crap that you don't need to have other states that's why they were so damn high it's too damn more rich and liberal of places the more restrictive those policies are in the more impossible it is to build housing and notably California's homeless right begin climbing twenty fifteen after voters approved prop forty seven effectively decriminalizing drug possession and theft correct. what we can tell your cornea has made it so easy and comfortable to be a junkie like Seattle. relations exploded Wall Street journal goes on many low level criminals in attics have been released under the streets. voters approved a one percent income surtax on millionaires in two thousand four for mental health but sacramental squandered the money is usual rather than going for mental health will knock me down with a hypodermic needle they did none of these is the stuff is surprising to people that live in California but it's interesting that it gets national attention in the Wall Street journal's editorial board. address the country should you know you should look at that CS policies that caused the homelessness problem California is a great example of what I'm always saying if you have the order without compassion you have fascism its brutality it's terrible but if you have compassion without order you have chaos you have rats and disease and and needles and bombs scaring your kids out of the park if your kids ever go to the park anymore what's coming up your news Marshall hello see doubling down against president trump and then the lan must Hyperloop up zipping into the future wait a minute I'm riding the bullet train you ride the hyper..
"editorial board" Discussed on KTOK
"And law dr cosco has organized several conferences on machine learning and serves on the editorial board of several technical journal t holds several patents on machine learning as well as more than one hundred fifty scientific publications regular guest on coast to coast and dr barred welcome to be back george looking forward to this lots of things going on these technology just though seems to be going faster and faster and faster doesn't it and that it is indeed and that's not going to change i think you're getting a taste of what i call a i creep artificial intelligence creep since most of a._i. turns out to be very simple organisms in dallas just a lot of additions and multiplications but it's an almost in everything as we go digital and so every day these all get a little better largely because of free stuff that people like me professors post on archive actually posted a new paper today and also ever less expensive devices off the shelf so it does seem to be going faster it's going to go a long way where it's still a long way from really going from an analog society george to a digital society we're just getting the first taste of that and the last decade or so are are we smart as the programmer in terms of artificial intelligence that's a tough question i mean on some things we clearly are not the ability to add up numbers very fast something we can program into a computer and that can always beat us but on the other hand george the ability to recognize somebody's face in an image or in a crowd when they wear a disguise and we're trying like heck with the smartest of the deep learning neural networks to do that and we do that all the time some of these patents referred to directly address that but we can't come close yet doing that but on the other hand george with this a._i. creep slowly and steadily machine learning will win the race so to speak so we'll get there maybe a lot faster than we thought isn't evil to think of artificial intelligence you know part of me likes to think that's helping humanity it's speeding things up were doing incredible things then there's another part of me that says this is dangerous stuff it's real dangerous it's dangerous because you and i are dangerous we have we all have good and bad inside of us in the effect of technology especially digital technology me barnum as close to a saint as you can get right well take a take a long hard look at those fingernails and ask dr evolution where they came from for example the list hundreds of years in mammalian evolution so do hand tools this power that we don't really understand no one really understands all this and the rate of which it's going to a species that well you know it's a pretty bloody species you know we thought even in the early nineties that was the end of history my friend frank fukuyama used to be a rand corporation without then there'd be no more wars of course it's going to be more wars and they'll be tougher and smarter than ever be have to be very careful about george and not just the effect of nation states but the the kid in the in the private bedroom in fact it's often been said the effect of smart technology and smartphones and social media has turned everybody's bedroom to kind of a command bunker it's very very stuff that is absolutely true nanno time when you i wrote that several years ago you've now re released it what is nanno time meet times a term i introduced my soul contribution to the english language what would happen if we put a computer chip in your brain or completely replaced your brain with a chip with the first thing that would happen is your subjective sense of time with speed up billion fold so a few seconds of time like right now would be at least a century maybe longer as shifts get more powerful and the novel explores that but it's a different kind of expiration because it's actually a world war three novel with digital with digital heaven thrown in as a kicker so to speak so when we first begin to do this and and you and i will likely see this are offspring certainly will because of the work going on right now on digital implants and just the ever increasing power of chips it will it will be a radical change to consciousness in the sense that we think so slowly right now and those people on nanno time and maybe fell time or the bigger speed ups to come we'll see us your jr people like us it's just frozen statues and it will be going so fast that raises a dramatic question win that first starts to happen when someone in the sense of jim morrison breakthrough to the other side what about that conflict between our slows again the reason we go slow and our thoughts is because we use electric city and they're very crude way to transmit information through our nerves only goes a couple of hundred miles per hour whereas in a sign of a chip you know you're going at a good fraction of the speed of light there the things change much more quickly and former fan of the book has now become a publisher and approached me about this this book was the head of its time it's a real a._i. book and it's very meticulously re it's not a fantasy book it's it's a very hard edge cyberthriller based on the best science we had available to time and they just released it well in in it's more poignant today than it ever was i really want because when i came up with it in the mid nineties again it was a time of peace the question the book tries to answer is what will the next world war look like one problem again georgia in the nineteen nineties who who you gonna fight with the russians had lost in terms of the soviet union lost the cold war they seem hardly threatening the a lot of the soviet weapons in particular nuclear weapons we were melting down in a very good program called megatons to megawatts which only recently ran out we were slowly burning a lot of that downgraded uranium in our nuclear reactors in this country and china wasn't nearly threat that it was today and all that has changed now russia and china or quite aggressive and powerful russia's not the economic power that china is and as a consequence you get something that harvard researcher graham allison has called in a book Eight the city's trap. a tension in international relations when a former power superpower watches a new power rise in quite often the result is war and if we have time i'd like to tell you about some new results we did in the world trying to test that proposition like it holds up we'll talk a little bit about that after the break by why is it though that these nations that have all these capabilities of destroying each other can't simply say we're going to be friends we're going to make this planet so ideal for so many people i mean i saw people sleeping in park benches today or bust benches along the streets here in los angeles i mean it's it's sickening to see that why can't we faster to your question i just folk at the rand corporation where a lot of this came out of there on friday the answer comes from game theory and it's the nobody wants to get suckered in a game the two people playing a game and everyone has an incentive to sucker the other guy so so if i can get george to cooperate and i don't cooperate i get a momentary game but then it's in your advantage not to cooperate and we both ended up not cooperating even though our local society our world would be better off if we both cooperate has a name and it's called the prisoner's dilemma but it's it's inherent in the nature of conflict and it applies not just between people not just between robots but between nation actors stay was spot we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back and talk about nanno time and what that means to us in.
"editorial board" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"And law dr cosco has organized several conferences on machine learning and serves on the editorial board of several technical journals he holds several patents on machine learning as well as more than one hundred fifty scientific publications regular guest on coast to coast and dr barred welcome back george looking forward to this lots of things going on these technology just though seems to be going faster and faster and faster doesn't it and that it is indeed and that's not going to change i think you're getting a taste of what i call a creep artificial intelligence creep since most of turns out to be very simple organisms just a lot of additions and multiplications but it's in almost in everything as we go digital and so every day these all get a little better at largely because of free stuff that people like me professors post on archive actually posted new paper today and also ever less expensive devices off the shelf so it does seem to be going faster it's going to go a long way we're still a long way from really going from an analog society george to a digital society we're just getting the first taste of that and the last decade or so are are we as smart as the programmer in terms of artificial intelligence well that's a tough question i mean on some things we clearly are not the ability to add up numbers very fast something we can program into a computer and that can always beat us but on the other hand george the ability to recognize somebody's face in an image or in a crowd when they wear a disguise and we're trying like heck with the smartest of the deep learning neural networks to do that and we do that all the time some of these patents referred to directly address that but we can't come close yet to doing that but on the other hand george with this a._i. creep slowly and steadily machine learning will win the race of speak so we'll get there maybe faster than we thought is an evil to think of artificial intelligence you know part of me likes to think that's helping humanity it's speeding things up were doing incredible things then there's another part of me that says this is dangerous stuff it's real dangerous it's dangerous because you and i are dangerous we have we all have good and bad inside of us in the effect of technology especially digital technology barn i'm as close to a saint as you can get right take a take a long hard look at those fingernails and ask dr evolution where they came from for example the list hundreds of years in mammalian evolution so do hand tools this powerful that we don't really understand no one really understands all this in the rate at which it's going to a species that will you know it's a pretty bloody species you know we thought even in the early nineties that was the end of history my friend frank fukuyama used to be at rand corporation without then there'd be no more wars of course it's going to be more wars and they'll be tougher and smarter than ever be have to be very careful about george and not just the effect of nation states but the the kid in the in the private bedroom in fact it's often been said the effect of smart technology and smartphones and social media's turned everybody's bed room into kind of a command bunker it's very scary stuff that is absolutely true nanno time when you i wrote that several years ago you've now re released it what is nanno time me times a term i introduced my soul contribution to the english language what would happen if we put a computer chip in your brain or completely replaced your brain with chip with the first thing that would happen is your subjective sense of time with speed a billion fold so a few seconds of time like right now would be at least a century maybe longer shifts get more powerful and the novel explores that but it's a different kind of expiration because it's actually a world war three novel with with digital heaven thrown in as a kicker so to speak so when we first begin to do this in and you and i will likely see this are offspring certainly will because of the work going on right now on digital implants and just the ever increasing power chips it will it will be a radical change to consciousness in the sense that we think so slowly right now and those people on nanno time and maybe fell time or the bigger speed ups to come we'll see us yours people like us it's just frozen statues and raises a dramatic question win that first starts to happen when someone in the sense of jim morrison breaks through to the other side what about that conflict between our slow again the reason we go slow and our thoughts is because we use electric city in a very crude way the transmit information through our nerves only goes a couple of hundred miles per hour whereas in a sign of kip you know you're going at a good fraction of the speed of light there the things change much more quickly and former fan of the book has now become a publisher and approached me about this book with the head of its time it's a real a._i. book in very meticulously it's not a fantasy book it's it's a very hard edge cyberthriller based on the best science we had available to time and they just released it well in in it's more poignant today than it ever was because when i came up with it in the mid nineties again it was a time of peace the question the book tries to answer is what will the next world war look like one problem again georgia in the nineteen nineties who who you gonna fight with the russians had lost in terms of the soviet union lost the cold war hardly threatening the a lot of the soviet weapons in particular nuclear weapons we were melting down in a very good program called megatons to megawatts which only recently ran out we were slowly burning a lot of that downgraded uranium in nuclear reactors in this country and china wasn't nearly threat that it was today and all that has changed now russia and china are quite aggressive and powerful russia's not the economic power that china is and as a consequence you get something that harvard researcher graham allison has called in a book eight the city's trap a tension inch national relations when a former power superpower watches a new power rise in quite often the result is war and if we have time i'd like to tell you about some new results we did in the world trying to test that proposition like it holds up we'll talk a little bit about that after the break by why is it though that these nations that have all these capabilities of destroying each other can't simply say we're going to be friends we're going to make this planet so ideal for so many people i mean i saw people sleeping in park benches today or bust benches along the streets here in los angeles it's it's sickening to see that why can't we just spoke at the rand corporation we're love this came out of there on friday the answer comes from game theory and it's the nobody wants to get suckered in a game the two people playing a game and everyone has an incentive to sucker the other guy so if i can get yours to cooperate and i don't cooperate i get a momentary game but then it's in your advantage not to cooperate and we both end up not cooperating even though our local society our world would be better off if we both cooperate and has a name and it's called the prisoner's dilemma but it's inherent in the nature of conflict and it applies not just between people not just between robots but between nation actors stay was spot we're gonna take a quick break we'll come back and talk about nana's time and what that means to us in.
"editorial board" Discussed on The Christian Science Monitor Daily
"Things was seen as something kind of embarrassing or culturally, taboo says San MAGS author of the fan girls guide to the galaxy. The advent of social media and online culture really solve that problem because suddenly all of. The people who liked this stuff felt they could form their own communities and find their people online. The results is beloved TV and movie franchises that Hollywood is loathe to part with. But as game of thrones in the avengers series draw to a close. Some observers wonder if studios will embrace fresh ideas for tempting audiences. This story was reported by Stephen Humphries for the monitor. Now commentary on the China US trade deal from the monitor's editorial board trade talks that began last year between China and the United States may finally drawing to a close while the world's two leading commies have made much progress. A key missing part is any agreement to end Chinese theft of US know, how this point was made very clear last week by FBI director Christopher Ray. He should know the FBI is in charge of stopping economic espionage in the US. Mr. Ray has said China has pioneered a societal approach to stealing information in any way at can from a wide array of businesses, universities and organizations. The FBI can do only so much against such theft. However without China itself deciding that it can be as inventive as any other nation. And science and technology, perhaps it is because China has made some progress to honor and protect the creative works of inventors that it is difficult for negotiators to strike a final deal. China may be asking for time to improve it self any final trade deal will need to both recognize China's.
"editorial board" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Where have we seen that remember the Washington Post editorial board, and it gets it get to the table at least and asked for something this is before the shutdown ended? But. Is the left media going, wait a minute. Why aren't you guys at the table asking for something? And then which would be beyond that you would have Chuck and Nancy in front of a microphone saying, no, we insist that they give us this. Where is that still doesn't exist? Nothing. The only thing is no no money for the wall. That's all we hear. You had quasar from Texas. Only one in the house who has a strict on the committee. That's the most ridiculous thing ever. But he said, yeah, we could do a vehicle Barrett barrier. I was looking at the map. There are some vehicle barriers right now. The very short. They're in certain areas. Laredo is the only metropolitan area only town or city that does not have a offense. In texas. And. So where is the where's the leadership saying we want this? Every bit of the discussion has been about the wall, which is by the way is not a negative. But, but where is the real negotiation that would be the Democrats asking for something? You know, if you're one of the recipients, you're looking at this going, why aren't you guys asking for something? The president was willing to offer something on that. The only one I've heard even mentioned that in recent days is Joe Manchin when he said while the president was willing to go three years why not ten years. He's the only one. Yeah. So I I again will will tell you what what happened yesterday coming up here in the show. But really with if if you want to break it down nothing has has happened. And I was telling you, you know, the president during the interview with the New York Times when I questioned you I said why? But when he was talking to the New York Times, he said a again that well we'll see what we'll do on the national emergency. But he's not going to sign anything without he said without wall funding, right? I don't know. Well, look he is said that before. And he has signed without wall funding. So really when he says that it doesn't have any any more because he's been stating that since he became president of the United States, and how many spending bills has he signed all of them. Eventually all of them have been signed. So that doesn't carry any way to doesn't carry any type of negotiating. You know, it was a week ago. Eric that they made the deal. We had said one of the things whether they whether the president wins this one if you think he wins it or not. They should be promoting the position of the Democrats if they're not going to do it in this past week and the story yesterday, the president has been extremely quiet. A you know on this. I ag- the the president. This is a time if you were going to be loud on it. This would be the time to be loud. Again, Andy be promoting it and have all of your people out there with this is the only thing that you're talking about identifying the fact is we have said before that there for open borders eat throws tweets out. But it's almost as if the president still believes that tweeting is the major way of marketing anything that you wish to market. Yeah. Right. And I really wonder I have to this question has to be asked. We I don't I haven't seen it as much in the last couple of days. I did see it in the run-up to last week. The president disdain strong stand with him. No, he wasn't. The president was willing to crumble in December before Christmas completely and just say, well, no, I'm gonna sign the spending Bill we're going to get the money from somewhere else. It was it wasn't until and was it who said it again. Somebody said it yesterday. The president only crumble because talk radio controls him. I forgot who said that somebody said that yesterday that that's the only reason that he did it. There's some truth to that. Now, it wasn't because the talk show host themselves set it, and he didn't wish to disappoint them. What they did. And it just wasn't talk show host. It was others. It was drudge we've said probably the drudge headline..
"editorial board" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Whether you're up late or you're just starting your day, you won't get into the show. This is Red Eye Radio. Welcome. He's Gary McNamara. I'm Eric Harley as we move into Tuesday. Gary good morning. Good morning. I'm just reading here from the hill dot com. The Washington Post editorial board is urging President Trump and Democrats to hash out an immigration deal. Even as the two sides remain far apart on the president's last deal, the editorial board on Saturday tick through reasons, Democrats should not take the deal. Trump report on Saturday which included funding for a border wall in protections for certain immigrants, but argued that the dreamers and temporary protected status recipients who would benefit from the deal should be considered first and foremost unquestionably a deal would contain golly elements for both sides. It's the nature of compromise yet to'real board road, but a measure statesmanship remember of congress now is the ability to accept sub disappointments and shrug off the inevitable attacks from purists. If it means rescuing the lives of thousands of deserving people living among us. Well, the thing is too. When when the Washington Post writes that the deal would contain certain. Elements for both sides. What going on is for the Democrats. What would it contain that? The Democrats have not been for just recently right for Trump became president. Right. Why would it be going? Now, we just we just we just ask that. Because. You know, we've talked about what should the strategy of the White House being I think the strategy of the White House has now let's keep offering more. I bet you this week. You may hear it today that they offer more and more and the entire point will show the entire what what happened what the editorial board did on Saturday at the Wall Street Journal. And then everybody else reporting it, I'm really mind from the.