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"fordham" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"fordham" Discussed on KTOK

"Daughter did very well at Fordham University in the Bronx, New York, she is going to law school, very proud Parent. And her experience on the college campus at Fordham. Was mixed. So it is a liberal school as most large universities are, but Not crazy left. The president of the Jesuit school basically told the students that every opinion was to be tolerated if it is a responsible opinion. So when a coffee shop at Fordham Tried to ban people. Who voted for Donald Trump. The authorities at Fordham threatened to close the coffee shop down. And that one away. My son is graduating from high school and his prom is tonight. And he has told me I am banned. From taking pictures of him and his date at the prom. I cannot go to the prom. Why? Because I quote, embarrass him. I asked, of course, to give me some examples of that. And the only thing I got was Dad, you are Bombastic. True. But that Means you can go to college. That bombastic nature pays the bills. Proud of both my kids. Now this Investors. Bill O'Reilly here are you sitting on Capitol or wanting to diversify the end are a real estate development fund..

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"fordham" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"fordham" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Presented by climate power education fund does big oil care about our streets flooding or our home burning not according to an exxon mobil top lobbyists. Did we aggressively bite against Some of the science. Yes you know. We were looking out for our shareholders. Take care about prophets not people learn more at polluters dot exposed focus back to this relative adventist zone. My name is jose brioni s and today. We have sairy fordham with us. She is an author and professor at sierra university. And today we're going to be talking about her book. Wait for god to notice. How's it going. Sorry thank you. Thank you for having me. It's really good to have you here. I was privileged to read your book before it's published. Its publication is coming now in may and i really appreciate it reading through the experiences. Not only yours. But your mother's just just your family as a missionary let us. I start with a little bit of background from you where you from. Where were you on missionary. And what are you doing now. Wow those are great questions so the where are you from. Question used to really rattle me because i never had a good. Where am i from. i was born in indiana and we moved to uganda when i was one and we lived in. I uganda for six years and then kenya for three years than we were in texas in georgia. I was in tennessee. Thailand south korea iowa minnesota but i have been for the last fourteen years in california like the. I would never have gas that. I would land in southern california but here i am and it is just a really lovely place to be I can't remember the second part of the question was too much into. Where am i from Well you know. What are you doing now. You said that you are in california. But what is it that you are Specializing at this point. So i teach creative writing at last year university in the english department. I teach classes like long project writing short stories literary editing and publishing. So i get an opportunity to read adventist and also not happen to s- writers right when they're beginning their careers which i consider a really wonderful privilege. It's super exciting. To with students are writing..

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"fordham" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

Disruptive Adventism

07:31 min | 6 months ago

"fordham" Discussed on Disruptive Adventism

"Welcome back to this relative adven- to my name is jose briones s and today. We have sorry fordham. With us she is an author and professor at leicester university and today. We're going to be talking about her book. Wait for god to notice. How's it going. Sorry thank you. Thank you for having me. It's really good to have you here. I was privileged to read your book before it's published. Its publication is coming now in may and i really appreciate it reading through the experiences only yours but your mother's just just your family as a missionary but let us. I start with a little bit of background from you where you from. Where were you a missionary. And why what are you doing now. Wow those are great questions so the where are you from. Question used to really rattle may because i never had a good. Where am i from. i was born in indiana and we moved to uganda when i was one and we lived in. I uganda for six years and then kenya for three years then. We weren't texas in georgia. I was in tennessee. Thailand south korea iowa minnesota but i have been for the last fourteen years in california like i would never have guessed that i would land in southern california but here i am and it is you know. Just a really lovely place to be I can't remember the second part of the question was too much into. Where am i from Well you know What are you doing now. You said that you are in california. But what what is it that you are Specializing at this point. So i teach Creative writing at la sierra university in the english department. I teach classes like long project humor writing short stories literary editing and publishing so i get an opportunity to read adventist and also non adventists writers right when they're beginning their careers which i consider a really wonderful privilege. It's super exciting to read with students. Writing that's awesome to hear and of course You get to also benefit from seeing those early writers right before they are out there in the world and you get to teach them m formed. The muscle ends in a certain respect. While you wrote a book and the title of the book is wait for god to notice. Now this is coming now in may and people will be able to get on amazon all the publishing places you know and then order them but tell us what was the motivation and why title. Wait for god to notice. So i'll start with the title. I'm terrible with titles. And i know a lot of my students are as well. They wanna title their pieces. Untitled and i say you name it something even if it's just a working title that's okay so one of my professors at university of minnesota recommended that i read through the manuscript. I had which was my thesis. When i was at u. of m. doing my mfa. She encouraged me to read through these. And to underline every phrase that i thought could work as a title word or phrase so i went through the manuscript. And you know i was like one of those freshmen. I was like underlining everything. And i thought well this is gonna be like a you know three hundred word title when i'm done i'm but i came to the line in my mom's letter where she's writing about in the inflation and how kitchen table things that people are buying like toilet paper and bananas how not only can you not get them in kampala but if you can get them they are so expensive that they're gonna take your whole salary so specifically she was talking about toilet paper costing five dollars a role And so then she wrote after that. Wait for god to notice. And so when i saw that line you know wait for god to notice with something. I underlined that it's like okay so this is my title and i felt really good about that and i never looked back. I'm so i think it's a really great. If there's writers out there and you're thinking titling is really hard. That is one like strategy for coming up with the title is reading. Through what you've written and underlining the things it seemed to boasts Like have a nice verbal rank to them but also kind of speak to the deeper subjects of your book so how it came out was. I was a student at u. of m. i was getting my mfa degree. And i came in knowing that. I wanted to write about uganda My mother had recently died. And so i felt like this kind of poll towards the question of home. Where's home. Who makes home and people would ask me. I had just come from being a teacher in south korea so when as in minnesota people say oh where are you from and i'd realize i don't have a place to say where i'm from. It feels kind of ridiculous to say. I'm from uganda And i think that this might be something. A lot of adventists could relate to. I don't really have a place from i. You know. I'm from my family. And i'm also probably from avante 'isms specifically so if you're going to say where am i from. What culture like grounds me. I know that no matter what place. I'm going to be you know i'm going to look for that adventist church. I'm going to feel a little bit like okay. So this is where i'm from. This is my connection with home. So but that's what really kind of launched me into this book. is this question of. Where's home who is home. What is home and so for a long time with the title. I was spinning around the idea of home but The idea of wait for god to notice. I think really speaks to the peace because missionaries. You're not supposed to question god and you're not supposed to Have a conflicted feeling about Experiences at your seeing and that's something my mother very much rejected as a missionary she really. I'm rejected that narrative that she was supposed to think in c. n. b. a certain way and i think that authenticity people really appreciate it because i think there could be a falseness that people put up because they feel like to appropriately serves god they need to show like this confidence in their Both in their faith but in the mission and my mother had a lot of ambivalence which i think comes through in the memoir. Read the memoir. There were a lot of places where i just kind of just stopped to reflect on my own personal experiences. I grew up outside of the united states. And like you did you know and and some of these things just daljit for me to read about the lack of this or the lack of the the distances that you had to travel or you know just people being sick and not having the cure now having a hospital nearby or or the means to go you know. There were a lot of elements but one of the elements that really came through. The book for me at lease is that you found this connection between your family your mother and this country. That was under a dictatorship. How do you reconcile those themes. Without having a complete emotional experience i bet that this experience of writing it did not only make your reflect about where home is for you but the place.

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NATO to expand mission in Iraq by 3,500 troops

Morning Edition

00:33 sec | 7 months ago

NATO to expand mission in Iraq by 3,500 troops

"Forces in Iraq. The rocket strikes killed a contractor and injured other people, including an American service member. U. S forces remain in Iraq despite efforts in the past year to push them out and now U. S allies in NATO say they want to expand their presence here is Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. Today we decided to expand NATO training mission in Iraq. To support the Iraqi forces as the fight is, um, on ensure that Isis does not return. NPR's Alice Fordham has been reporting from

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"The GOAT Tom Brady" with former Coach Bobby Morrison - Episode 041 - burst 02

The Sportscaster and Her Son

02:21 min | 8 months ago

"The GOAT Tom Brady" with former Coach Bobby Morrison - Episode 041 - burst 02

"This quarterback from maryland which recruiting by the name of bobby stable house. Who at that time. They didn't have five stars and four stars three stars and all that stuff just like you said but the biggest thing that they had was. You've made a usa today all american team. I mean that's all it was and then they'd have the players the year in the states and stuff like that and bobby. Sable house was ranked the number one player in the country. And so i'm recruiting him in maryland. That was my area and a thursday night after practice. Moment when i got the private plane we flew to. Maryland was sat down and bobby houses home his mom and dad who originally from cincinnati so had a affiliation with being around michigan. It was Let great evening. And they're great people and you know they didn't leave anything They wanted him to come to michigan. And bobby said well. I talked to steve spurrier florida and calmest him. That i would at least visit this coming weekend. And this was a thursday night and then i will call you on sunday night. And we'll confirmed about becomes the michigan and so you know mo- and i felt good going back on the plane and like everything was good. He called me on sunday night and said Coach i've decided. I'm gonna play for steve spurrier fordham thought. Oh my goodness well you don't recruits not. Like you have an abundance of quarterbacks. I mean you're not working ten guys to get one you know you're we had all of our money throwing them the money by saying that but we had all our marbles in that pocket say loss because we thought we were going to get him and he called on sunday night and i told mo- most sold the next morning where to staff getting most of first thing he says. Well we lost sabe. Watts what are we gonna do. So everybody's just sixteen or fifteen or sixteen. There were sitting around the table. And billy harris rosen. Put his hand up in the back. And says i've got this kid in california that i think is pretty good. I don't he's recruited you know by the west coast schools. But i think we might have a shot at it. Well what's his name his. Name's tom brady.

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The Blood Libel Accusation with Magda Teter

Jewish History Matters

09:53 min | 9 months ago

The Blood Libel Accusation with Magda Teter

"I'm jason leg. And i'm joined today by magden tater to talk about the history of the blood libel accusation and its continued relevance listen in for a wide ranging conversation about the history of the blood libel its origin in mediaeval europe and how it has transformed over the centuries and what it tells us about misinformation and how it spreads magdi. Tater is professor of history and the fiddler chair of judaic studies at fordham university. She's the author of numerous books. Most recently blood libel on the trail of an antisemitic. Myth which will talk about today. The blood libel is one of the long-standing false accusations against the jews. It is the myth in different variations and incarnations the jews murdered christian children and used their blood for various rituals. And it's obviously patently false but somehow people still believe it. And it has persisted. Across nearly a thousand years from medieval england to nazi anti semitism and beyond we can see the ways in which the imagery of the blood libel and it's false narrative persists even in new reconfigured forms like the conspiracy theories of cunanan as mark the these accusations across the centuries and different places and in different times became a vehicle for different anxieties about jews and about people's lives at large. And so we can see the blood libel in a certain way as a mirror of the fears that people had not just about jews but about all sorts of issues nevertheless the blood libel is not just a relic of medieval superstition. Or something like that. It's something which has changed with the times and which in many ways has piggybacked off of new technologies and new developments and this is one of magdi key arguments which is that. It's the printing press that enabled the proliferation and persistence of these false myths and disinformation which when published allowed them both to spread more widely. And also give these false accusations in air of quote unquote respectability because the existed in print in the first place and so this allows us to think deeply about the role of media technologies both image evil and early modern europe and also more recently with things like the radio. The newspaper even the internet as avenues. Not for the spread of information but rather of information. Thank you so much for listening in to this conversation. I hope that you'll check out. Magas book blood libel and also the accompanying web site the blood libel trail dot org where you can learn more about the book and also check out some really fascinating maps and other media about the anti semitic myth of the blood libel. Thanks again for listening. Hi magda welcome to the podcast. Hi jason thank you for having me. This is such an interesting topic. It's i think unfortunately very relevant to talk about bible accusations. Yes unfortunately i'm a scholar of premodern history and we always want to be relevant. But as i always said be careful what you wish for. Suddenly my book became quite rather than to although when i started. It was an academic exercise. Yeah i mean. I think that we are going to get to the question of the ways in which the historical blood libel accusation is still very relevant today but before we do that i think it might be useful for us to think kind of really brawley. What actually is the blood libel accusation manafort putting it into the context of thinking about how this is similar or different to other kinds of accusations that we see throughout history thinking about for instance the accusation of decide the accusation that jews had murder jesus and then also things like the accusation of the desecration of the host the totally kind of bizarre accusation. That jews would steal the the wafers from the church. You're right blood. Libel is one of a series of accusations against jews that emerged in the middle ages. And it's one that has relevance today decide was a theological belief and obviously accusation but became embedded as a believe and maybe then projected onto jews causing violence especially during easter. But it was so to speak a victimless crime. Every year whereas a number of other accusations emerged in the middle ages justice christianity catholicism where also solidifying certain and defining certain types of buildings and then there were also libels that emerged in moments of crisis such as epidemic. So poisoning of wells for instance. So blood libels one of the three medieval accusations. The so-called ritual merger. Acquisition are. Although i prefer to call it murder liable. But it's an accusation that emerged in twelfth century that claim that jews killed christian children to reenact the passion of jesus so that connects to the this site as it projection onto contemporary jews and reenactment that emerged in england and then in the thirteenth century it emerged in a new way on the european continent. And that's when it became blood. Libel that shoes killed christian children to obtain their blood. Although the very first accusation claimed of perhaps some other kind of form of cannibalism of eating a heart or something like that they reason why blood became so central is that this was the moment when the catholic church in the thirteenth century has affirmed the dogma of trans substantiation that is the communion wafer that was consecrated by a priest during mass turned into the actual body and blood of christ therefore blood becomes central motif in christian worship. So this is a moment where we have this both the transformation of the murder liable into blood libel of killing but the purpose of blood but also the emergence of not their occupation that you mentioned day host the secretion accusation that jews obtain steel by the consecrated wafer and then tried to stab it to obtain the blood of christ and both are connected in the sense that the blood becomes a even because jews cannot make their own consecrated way for they needed this blood of the innocent christian to be added to mater effectively making it into both the body and the blood of christ night but a accusation that jews stole the consecrated wafer then desecrated and blood flowed dot accusation kind of waned and disappeared after the reformation the blood libel and the murder liable kind of continued the life of their own. The reason for is is that they are related to deaths of children and to some perhaps victims perhaps accidentally killed drown children so it becomes a very intimate actually charge because it involves a death. Having a way for stabbed doesn't sound as unless you really believe what this way for means but accusing someone of a child. That may be found dead on sometimes. It wasn't even body that may have been somebody's child that becomes a very kind of an intimate accusation and very embodied accusation even that transformation from the murder libel that is of reenactment of the passion of christ which emerges at the moment when christians are beginning to liturgically focus on the passion of christ. So you think about jews and reenactment and all that stuff but the transformation to the blood libel shows you that this begins to be a very malleable accusation that can change depending on needs and the needs to came that connection between the new liturgy and the new theology of the blood and body of christ in the thirteenth century

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Restaurants In New York Barely Scraping By As The New Year Arrives

Mark Simone

04:29 min | 9 months ago

Restaurants In New York Barely Scraping By As The New Year Arrives

"So You want to go out for a New year's Eve to a restaurant and celebrate as you probably have done in many years in the past, because you're not going to times Square? I wouldn't go to times Square, no matter what if it was 60 degrees and no cove, it Difficult Times Square on New Year's Eve. Just not my thing. I want to actually pee in your toilet. Not in my pants as I'm sitting there for five hours waiting. But if that's your thing, you can't do it right. So restaurants in the city or closed because of an edict. By the governor. That science based. Of course, he's just trying to react and do something. Because here in Westchester, we can go Dinan. There's a there's a capacity limit, but All these restaurants have changed, you know, like in some of these booths They'll put the plexiglass between the booths and skip Boots. So every other one could be occupied. Which is silly. Why the hell are you putting up the The Plexi class. All this stuff meant to keep the Crazy. Power hungry Health Department inspectors or The deputy sheriffs or anybody else who is being sicked upon you. From slapping you with a fine well, there's a new lawsuit that just came out restaurant group class action lawsuit against the Blasio and Cuomo. And basically it was started by the seaport house in Manhattan. There the first plaintiff butts class action, and they're basically saying, Hey, look. We cannot and will not respect or obey any further takings of our fundamental liberty. Interest in freedom's good for them. Because this is not based in science is only 1.4%, according to the state's health Department of Coronavirus cases. Not deaths. Positive cases, which could mean nothing. That are attributed to Restaurants, But the restaurants in New York City are bearing the brunt of this, so AH, place. I always go because I went to Fordham and I love to go to a couple basketball games a year we get together. We go to the game before the game. We go down to Arthur Avenue, which is across the street not fought right? And we go toe. Pasquale's Rigoletto will go to Dominic's will go to zero to know that all the good places down there that make it special. We can't do it now. Charlie. Apollo is the owner of Dominic. So, what happened to bump into yesterday? My wife and I, My mother in law went went out for lunch in Yonkers. Where, Of course, no problem. You have no restrictions other than some capacity limits, But we can have a good time and we did indoors. But Charlie Apollo and Dominic's and all the other restaurants in New York City can not. Charlie, How are you? Good, Bob. Thanks for having me today. So how bad is it? I mean, you guys have been through so much where you've had to shut down, And then you were able to open up for limited capacity or take out only by the way I'm not a take out kind of guy. When I go to a restaurant. I want the food to come out hot. I want to enjoy it. I want toe be with friends or family and not have to go to grab. You know a bag, Get it home and then have to reheat it. I'm not just me. I know a lot of people do it. Thank God they do because it's keeping you guys alive. But What's going on right now? Your restaurant Arthur Avenue, All of New York City. Are you guys air hanging on by a thread, right? That is correct or not the revenue all the restaurants, um, on Arthur Avenue followed protocol, according to the governor, I thought we were doing a good job of it all. I think all the all the city restaurants were trying to do the best they could. His shutting us down to the holidays was was very big alot restaurants and all the revenue are suffering right now. It's not enough just to sit outside. It's way too cold. On the houses they built on the street. They're trying to do the best they can with them, But it's just not enough and take out is not enough. So I think not only on off the revenue, but all to the city. Always four restaurants. We're all suffering pretty bad. Just think the governor should have a little bit more of a heart and kind of think about the small guys in this business because it's a trickle effect. It goes all the way down. On the restaurant's This applies to all the employees is just a trickling effect that it's hurting everyone.

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23-year-old suspected in fatal shooting at east Oak Cliff apartment complex, Dallas police say

Eric Harley and Gary McNamara

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

23-year-old suspected in fatal shooting at east Oak Cliff apartment complex, Dallas police say

"Old Xavi and Osborne has been arrested and charged with murder after a fight led to a shooting. The incident occurred in Oak Cliff Saturday evening at the Benita Garden Apartments on Fordham Road. Arriving officers found 23 year old James Liberal with gunshot wounds. He was pronounced dead at the scene where Osborne was detained. During an interview with detectives, police said. Osborne admitted to shooting the victim. After a fight. He was booked into Lew Sterrett jail on a murder charge. His bond is not yet been set. Steve

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Shooting At Dallas Apartment Complex, Police Searching For Possible Second Victim

Ben Ferguson

00:14 sec | 10 months ago

Shooting At Dallas Apartment Complex, Police Searching For Possible Second Victim

"Man was shot and killed at a Dallas apartment complex last night, and officials are still looking for a possible second victim. The shooting happened around nine o'clock at the Benita Gardens apartment complex on the 3400 block of Fordham Road. A man was pronounced dead at the scene.

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Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal

Morning Edition

02:43 min | 1 year ago

Pope Francis names Washington, DC-area Archbishop first African American cardinal

"Pope Francis is breaking new ground for the Roman Catholic Church in the past week, his voiced support for civil unions for LGBTQ people, and then on Sunday, he named the first African American cardinal Here's NPR's Sylvia Poggioli from Rome. Speaking from his window overlooking ST Peter's Square, Francis announced Wilton Gregory among the 13 new cardinals. He has chosen Monsignor with Gregory. Relativistic over the Washington The 72 year old archbishop of Washington, has been widely praised for his handling of the sex abuse crisis that has rocked the Catholic Church. As head of the U. S Bishops conference in the early two thousand's, he helped develop the church's zero tolerance policy that has set an example for the Catholic Church in the rest of the world. The archbishop has also been praised for his more inclusive treatment of LGBTQ Catholics. An outspoken civil rights activists. The African American prelates, elevation comes as U. S society is reckoning with systemic racism. He's reminded the church that black lives are sacred Father, Brian Massengale, who is black, is a professor of theology at Fordham University. It's a powerful affirmation of The presence of African American Catholics of our faithfulness in the church, and, frankly, that were group who have kept faith with the church That's not often than faithful to US. Archbishop Gregory made headlines this summer when he blasted President Trump's photo opportunity hoisting a Bible at a Washington Episcopal Church. After police and soldiers used tear gas and rubber bullets to clear protesters. And he criticized the president's visit the following day to the Saint John Paul, the second national shrine, saying, quote it's baffling and reprehensible that any Catholic facility would allow itself to be so egregiously misused and manipulated. Bishop sheltered Fabray, one of a handful of African American Catholic bishops has worked closely with Gregory as a black bishop and in the name of black Catholics across the country to know that Someone who looks like us is going to have direct access to the mind and heart of the pope. I think that's a tremendous, tremendous gift. The new Cardinals will be elevated in a formal ceremony at the Vatican on November 28th. You will then be 128 Cardinals Under the age of 80 eligible to elect the next Pope Francis has now appointed almost 60% of them, raising the chances that the next pope will be closely in line with his own policies.

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Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan

90.3 KAZU Programming

02:10 min | 1 year ago

Fashion Week Is Actually Happening---at Least in Paris and Milan

"I will forgive you. If you haven't noticed what with all the yoga pants and the dirty T shirts that we're actually in the middle of Fashion Week season, New York's and London's have wrapped up Milan's is going on right now, and Paris is will round out the sequence next week. At all four events. The runway shows have been scaled back, socially distanced and mostly virtual, an indication of how the fashion industry like so many others, is trying to make sense of a world under lock down. Marketplaces. Erica Barras takes us there. In the program for his New York Fashion Week, event. Designer Tom Ford wrote that at the height of stay at home orders, he felt passion should simply go into hibernation for a year. He's not alone in that thought. Susan Scott. Pity with the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham says thes Fashion Week shows are in some ways a placeholder. Because at the moment the way we dress is really the way we don't dress anymore fewer places to go fewer formal event a significant percentage of people still working from home. She says. That means designers and the companies that distribute clothes have to evolve last week Rent the runway known releasing workwear and formal wear said it's getting rid of its unlimited subscription. Retailers that sell high fashion have shuttered supply chains have been backed up in you. Luxury marketing professor to my sad, Ari says. There's The general feeling of uncertainty, right? We don't know where we're going to manufacture the product. We don't know what the product will look like. We don't know what our life would look like to even imagine the products. The products for now, on the virtual runway. Couture masks flow Here come fear, clothes and home decor. Fashion Institute of Technology professor Leticia Braun says designers are using this time to rethink what they want to create and what consumers will buy. Brown says her own style has changed. Now that she spends lots of time on video calls. I'm looking at neckline. So am I wearing a crewneck or V neck. I want to make sure perhaps my necklaces a statement necklace, something that they can actually see that's influencing what she and other shoppers happened. Buying America Bears for Marketplace.

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"fordham" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

KHVH 830AM

08:36 min | 1 year ago

"fordham" Discussed on KHVH 830AM

"To the best of men. So here is this This immigrant to this Asian immigrant to America. Who is in his final year at Fordham. He is now in trouble at Fordham University, because he he posted to, um, pictures on Instagram the first one Was the picture of David Dorn, retired African American police captain that was shot protecting that pawnshop in ST Louis. The caption He only wrote was y'all are a bunch of hypocrites. Black lives matter. He didn't put black lives matter, but that's I'm sure what he meant. You were saying black lives matter, but you'll go in and shoot this black retired police captain. Then the next thing he did is he posted a picture of him in his backyard with a semi automatic rifle. Ah, he's got his finger. He's clearly well trained. He has his finger exactly where it should be. He's pointing it down. It's not intimidating. It's just him standing with a with a legally owned constitutionally right a mandated right Be ableto owned the gun. It's just a picture and he wrote, Don't tread on me Hashtag 1989 64 Okay. What's 1989 64? Well. It was June's June 8th. No. Sorry. It was Ah! In 1984. I don't have the date now. It was in 1980 for that 1989 that he had the Tiananmen Square incident in China. And so his hashtag was to support those dissidents in China and to remember what was happening in Hong Kong, and he said. I want to honor the memory of an important Chinese democracy movement and the appreciation of the right to bear arms in America. As an immigrant, A big beauty of American to me is the right. It gives its citizens to bear arms, not just to protect themselves, but also to keep the government in check. Well home. He just got another letter in from Fordham University. He has violated regulations regarding bias and hate crimes. Through his threats and intimidation and disorderly conduct. Now, here's what Hiss discipline is because of those two posts. His probation lasts until he graduates he is forbidden from representing the university in any official capacity. This includes a ban on him running for holding leadership roles in student organizations and participation in varsity or sports clubs. His access to the university campus without permission from the Dean has been restricted. He's required to complete the rest of his courses online. He can go back to school. He also has to undergo implicit bias training with the office of Multi Cultural Affairs and write an apology letter. Man. Would I like to use the F word? And yourself. In a message to Fordham University. This is a school that my daughter attended a Catholic university that taught her that the Bible is nonsense. Um, who had a had a rally against me? And then and the balls to ask me to help them build a library. Bye. Would have liked to use the F word and yourself in that meeting as well. But I just said, I don't think so. I think you can easily used the F word. Go Fordham yourself. It's a substitute Any time you want to use the f word, Just go for them yourself. That's an unbolt on the London Unbelievable store. How many times when I did that? It should be believable. I know. I know. I don't think that this is I don't think this is the most I don't think this is the worst story of the day. The worst story of the day, I think has to come from the Smithsonian. You confined it right now at glennbeck dot com. Look, look for it. Ah, see, it's how this How is this white culture on Lee? Smithsonian pamphlet is downright insane. Look for that story. We've included the pamphlet. This came with your tax dollars. From the Smithsonian. Can you imagine there doing this with Trump in office? Can you imagine what it will be like if Biden Incredible. So this is coming, and this is the biggest insult. Two. Anybody of any color and I'm pink. I'm not white. I'm pink. So I'm a person of color too, and I demand recognition. This is from the Smithsonian, the aspects and assumption of whiteness. And white culture in the United States. And this is how they air defining the white culture. Having rugged individual ism. The individual is the primary unit and self reliance and independence. Family structure. The nuclear family father, mother, 2.3, Children, the husband is the breadwinner in house of the head of the household wife is the homemaker and subordinate to the husband. Children should have their own rooms and be independent objective. This one is under emphasis on the science scientific method. This is the white Culture. Emphasis on the scientific method objective, rational, linear thinking. Cause and effect relationships and quantitative emphasis. Still, I didn't know that white people were the only ones that thought the scientific method of rational linear thinking And being objective was a good thing. You could take any of these phrases. And just reverse them. And you are an overt racist, right? Like if you were to say black people quote. Ah, did we're not objective. We're not rational in your thinkers, rational thinking. What is the opposite of rational thinking? Irrational thinking? If you were to say black people were irrational, you would be a racist. Right. You're You can't see that. That's insanity, and that is what this thing is saying. It's just hitting on the opposite side of it. If this was written by the cake If this was written by a a white nationalist group or an identity, Terrien Oh, my gosh, It wouldn't surprise me at all. You would barely have to change any of it. No. No, you wouldn't. You wouldn't because what it's saying is, for instance, let's do this time they follow rigid time schedules. Whites do in the white culture. That's why time is viewed as a commodity. Incredible. Stew. I remember you going back island years ago and telling a story about the theater in Memphis. I want to say The ancestor, but I think was burning. I don't remember. It was. So it was Memphis or Birmingham. And so I remember. You know, we've used this example over the years on the air when talking about someone you know, making essentially a racist joke. And because the person I someone wasn't there, and you used the person you know, Here's what happened. I was standing there, the general manager of the theater and I think like the head of police, and then maybe the Head usher or something. They were all there, and I just introduced myself and I said Hi, and they said we're very excited to have the show and everything else and I said, Listen, we have really tight schedules and we start right on time. We started eight o'clock. And they laughed, and one of them said we'll year on colored standard time here. And I said card..

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Multiple shootings continue to plague New York

Bernie and Sid in the Morning

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Multiple shootings continue to plague New York

"A 29 year old man found fatally shot inside of a parked car in the Katona section of the Bronx early this morning, and so far no wrist there. Three shot Monday in New York City. One fatality there. Ah, beloved 68 year old caretaker chased and shot to death yesterday inside of Ah Halsey Street Church in Brooklyn and two men in their twenties, expected to survive after being randomly shot as it were standing and talking on Walton Avenue in the Fordham Heights section of the Bronx.

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President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio

Extreme Genes Family History Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

President Trump's sister criticizes him in secret audio

"Reporting reporting They've They've obtained obtained hours hours of of audio audio from from President President Trump's Trump's sister, sister, Marianne, Marianne, describing him as a liar who can't be trusted. ABC is Rachel Scott, with the latest Donald's out. Donald theory is reported 15 hours of conversation have not been verified by ABC News. The Post reports. It was secretly recorded by the president's niece, Mary Trump. Her recent book accuses the president. A practicing Keating as a way of life. You write that when the president was trying to Transfer from Fordham. Depend he had someone else in my name Joe Shapiro. Take his s a T s. This is 1960 for how do you know that? Um, I've been told this by people in my family President Trump's response every day. It's something the Trump

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"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"They were you know. It's kind of removing the hierarchy that became to expect IT companies completely. It was very engineering company obviously but it was culturally very egalitarian. And just you know just a joy to be in the company, and so from you know diagnostic perspective in my book I. Had you know kind of have a diagnostic kit? If you go to a company and you say I want to see beds. Company is in terms of its its cultured Savvy Lucien. The few quick things you can look at all people related and structure related, and you can quickly see how the company operates, and you have talked about this in this book that you know it's easy to do. short-term things is easy to show performance in the in the short run. But it's much more difficult in the very long. Run right absolutely I. Mean and that's one of the problems with I. Think particularly American business that it is all directed towards quarterly a quarterly performance, and the in your I gets off the ball for the long term. That's why some of the greatest companies have unfortunately been pushed away. the companies that we need needed the most in America the early original at and T. is an example there. Are you know my old corporation of President of television for Westinghouse? Electric Company. You know a truly great company in many in many ways my friend Warren. Gibson doctor warned Gibson. Who is the CO author of the Performance Book that we did? a a book did about of the world's your stage afford? Juilliard and Fordham he ran an engineering and was an owner of founder of an engineering company, a small one in California and he said his main goal was to treat people right and to treat people fairly well. He was phenomenally. phenomenally successful his original funder He didn't have a lot of money when he was graduating from engineering school in Cleveland, his aunt made some investment and he came back. He told me five years later and gave her a return on her investment, which was sixty times six zero times the amount of money she invested, and he was very proud of that and felt very good about it. I said well. What did she say? She said he said well. She said. Thank, you! That's the best thank you can. It's sack. Your right to kill and and and I and I wish we would do more that I think your two examples are good. You know right now..

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"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Fordham University in New York, he's also a professor of media and entertainment at I., e S. Business School in Barcelona Spain. And prisoners of W ANY TEEN NEW YORK's public, television station. Preface, a Baker's scipion of seven emmy logs to Columbia Dupont, journalism awards and in Twenty Sixteen by the Chamber, Music Society of Lincoln Center for work in the performing arts. Compel thank you, thank you. Nice to be here to talk to you. I I I know that you have A. You have a book that came out recently and we'll get to that, but I want to start with one of your previous books. I think it came off in twenty sixteen. entitled the would is a stage. Outperforming artists can make a living. Why still doing what they love? I. Don't know lot of water forming arts bill, but I would love to hear..

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"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"fordham" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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New York City-based Brooks Brothers to see how bankruptcy suits it

All Things Considered

02:20 min | 1 year ago

New York City-based Brooks Brothers to see how bankruptcy suits it

"Filed for the legal protections of Chapter 11 of the U. S bankruptcy code this morning. Lockdowns and working from home obviously had not been great for the menswear industry. But Corona virus isn't the only thing Brooks Brothers has been dealing with of late. It's go to offering the business suit has been going out of style for years now. Oregon police Justin Ho has more on the rise and the fall of the men's uniform of the business World. Brooks Brothers opened its first store in lower Manhattan in 18 18 when the U. S was made up of 20 states. Future customer Abraham Lincoln was only nine years old when the suit as we know it today started becoming popular in the late 19th century Brooks brothers cashed in. They were right there at the heart of finance at the heart of politics, Really when America was getting it starts? Susan's graffiti is the founder of the Fashion Law Institute at Fordham Law School, she says Brooks Brothers really popularize suits that were ready to wear off the rack that helped that suits fit more people. That's confetti says it also made the suit and the high status that represented more accessible. Everybody had tohave Brooks Brothers suit if you're going to be and they'll class or upper middle class or even another class business person. Graffiti says. By the middle of the 20th century. The suit also became a symbol of corporate conformity. Think mad men. But in the 19 nineties, casual Fridays had become a thing. Then Silicon Valley. Okay hoodies and sneakers and casual became mainstream. Justin Shack, managing director at Rosenblatt Security's on Wall Street, remembers the suit and tie days. I used to own Brooks Brothers suits back when I'm starting my career, and I can't remember the last time I did. Since 2014 the market for men's suits has shrunk by 11% according to the research from Euromonitor and menswear has changed with the Times can get in Cohen's Rothman's menswear store based in New York, he says his biggest seller these days is there. So we saw a lot of genes. We sell a lot of sport codes with Gidon says the suit isn't dead. But the suits he sells tend to be fashionable suits meant for special events. It's not really classic work where that's not what the young guys looking for a suit. The Koven 19 pandemic has only made things worse for the suit. Industry is people work from home in stars have closed. His Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy. It says it's seeking a buyer for the grant. I'm

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COVID-19 Reaches Lebanon's Overcrowded Palestinian Refugee Camps

All Things Considered

03:25 min | 1 year ago

COVID-19 Reaches Lebanon's Overcrowded Palestinian Refugee Camps

"When doctors in Lebanon diagnosed a coronavirus case this week it wasn't the country's first there are several hundred cases but this one was in a Palestinian refugee camp NPR's Alice Fordham explains why that's particularly worrying maybe the first thing to say is that Palestinian camps in Lebanon on actually groups of tense natural as it is to imagine that I've heard this by the way from a lot of can you say your company even think about camels a camel to would be an unusual sight that's my mood up della who works with a charity called and narra which is helping people in Wavell camp in the east of Lebanon it's like a small village but with the a lot of buildings that are really close to each other electro wall to wall Palestinian refugees arrived in Lebanon off to Israel was created in nineteen forty eight there are now hundreds of thousands of them many live in places that are only comes in name but still crowded and poor and it was in Wavell camp home to about two thousand people where a woman second this month this lady had the some some symptoms she was that destined for coveted nineteen and she was found positive who does some run ins with the U. N.'s agency that helps Palestinians this is something she'd been fearing for weeks these are places where overcrowding is a big concern and there are some streets where that is that the ventilation and families are large and they live sometimes and one room or two rooms and all of this leads to a quick spread of any violence not although Lebanon is in some ways a dysfunctional country its response to the corona virus has been remarkably nimble after weeks of lockdown there've only been twenty two deaths in a population of five million with this diagnosis authorities swung into action after the lady was transferred to the hospital a number of the tests were conducted starting from the closed circuit of the lady at the check out to the neighborhoods and then around them something from the count insult and a hundred and forty six that were made just four of those tests were positive members of the woman's family they all isolating at home local authorities coordinated with Palestinian leaders to restrict people and goods going in and out charities distributed supplies like mosques still it's a tough time this weekend is the beginning of the holy Muslim month of Ramadan yeah now but I'm online video ID on the gel with what is already there yeah Mr Ramadan usually it's like a holiday says Harbi about Crowley who lives in the camp the family is originally from Galilee out of Oakland a's a team that beat the Zacks enough that she usually everyone's out decorating houses the entrance of the camp the mosque Hey C. N. A.'s road I'm on the line this year at Ramadan is she says simply me and we are frustrated all of that is that people have gotten even pour out because they can't walk in and I don't know if I had to sort out the best command message at the tone I'll wear a mask and put on some gloves and go to work to feed my kids she says these economic realities are what really make it difficult for Lebanon to cope with the pandemic the country is in financial crisis there's not money for enough testing or quarantine centres and it's hard to keep telling people not to go out to

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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for president?

Dennis Prager

03:40 min | 1 year ago

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo for president?

"There are discussions among Mr Biden's family and friends that his mental acuity may be an ongoing problem these discussions have not led to any conclusions thus far but high ranking members of the Democratic Party are also being consulted if the former vice president continues to decline in public that is continues to make mess statements and look be funneled the party will have to look elsewhere and one name is now emerging as a consideration Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York is sixty two years old born in queens son of former New York governor the late Mario Cuomo Andrew Cuomo received a BA from Fordham in nineteen seventy nine law degree from Albany school of law in nineteen eighty two he served as secretary of housing and urban development under president Clinton from nineteen ninety seven to two thousand and one he was the Attorney General of New York state from two thousand seven to two thousand ten he is the fifty sixth governor of New York and has held that office since two thousand eleven there are no term limits for governors in New York over the years Andrew Cuomo has moved sharply left he signed the toughest assault weapon ban in the nation it he makes it very difficult for citizens to even own guns his quote no one needs ten bullets to kill a deer so he has banned high capacity magazines for rifles taxes New York has the highest in the nation and governor Cuomo wants even higher tariffs on wealthy residents and major corporations that has led to hundreds of thousands of affluent new Yorkers moving out of the state even while many migrants move in that drops the tax receipts to Albany and billions of dollars of debt is a result on abortion any time for any reason in New York state governor Cuomo signed new York's reproductive health act in two thousand nineteen some Catholics urge cardinal Dolan to excommunicate the governor that did not happen said Cuomo quote so much Catholic governor I'm going to make you all Catholics no birth control you have to go to church no abortion I accept the church's teaching on abortion must I insist that you do belly form the governor signed a bill allowing many criminals out of jail immediately then crime immediately went up robberies thirty two percent car theft sixty one percent burglaries eighteen percent and a variety of violent crimes rose as well I'm a pandemic there is no question that governor Cuomo has been a calm and articulate voice he is featured on the networks in cable news operations every time he holds a press conference that never happened before two American governors however New York is the epicenter of the virus and governor Cuomo gets a lot of air time also reporters do not challenge him as they do with Donald Trump so all in all Andrew Cuomo is on the horizon for the Democratic Party

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Houston - Hidalgo to order ‘stay-at-home,’ not ‘shelter-in-place,’ for Harris County on Tuesday morning

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Houston - Hidalgo to order ‘stay-at-home,’ not ‘shelter-in-place,’ for Harris County on Tuesday morning

"County judge Lina Hidalgo in Houston mayor Sylvester Turner have called a news conference for later this morning where they are expected to announce whether the city and county will be placed under a shelter in place order similar to the ones already issued in Dallas San Antonio and Waco Waco and likely coming to Austin to allied to yesterday's news conference mayor Turner announced a large donation of medical supplies to the city from Houston's Asian chamber of commerce donations we are accepting today includes ten thousand mass Fordham gallons of sanitizers eight hundred and twenty five grams two hundred and seventy goggles five hundred facial shields two hundred and fifty covers thirty six hundred Bucks as for the latest local numbers Galveston county has at least one new case unincorporated Harris County has three new cases but one of them already listed as recovered Montgomery County has three new cases with a total of nineteen however this has they have a hundred women a seventy negative test results and in the city of Houston yesterday they reported just one new case of covert nineteen while two of the city's previous cases have now said to be recovered

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"fordham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"fordham" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Fordham will play on Wednesday night the winner that plays Duquesne on Thursday night and then you've got the winner that one on Friday night how do you divide up the the scouting with the assistant coaching staff was assistant coach has had each of those teams throughout the year so we already have their information they'll they'll be ready to roll you know what I or we have video footage of the probably updated you know probably of of doing that right now so tomorrow willow will start to address the theme you know and then throughout the week also willow our time with though where we think will well maybe it was the most difficult thing when you see a team early in the year and then in conference play this team again later on either the second or third time around when you get to the tournament do you see much different is what they are what they are now you've got a you've got anticipate having some some tweaks you know some minor tweaks I would definitely would say they are they are but they're they're great coaches and that you know you can mention you know each of them just don't have a particular style with defensively office of of philosophies in this particular case you've got you know three coaches were three unique styles you know where and you know Paulson I worked for him for even at two games so you know we'll spend some time quite a bit of time tomorrow going back to run over to watch the film talk about coaching and playing in the regular season versus coaching and playing in the tournament how does it change what wins tournament games we'll start with defense absolutely you have to be because again you have so many different teams and so many different styles of play you know teams that can score from the three depend on a threesome teams pounded inside we faced them all this year teams use ball screens and teens who don't use it all you know all motion offense your defense has to be prepared you know each and every night to get to get stops with different teams and and different points of emphasis then obviously you know you you want to play and efficient manner you know you need a ride to stay healthy and you know you're gonna have to look it works well you know Davis been awhile since you know we've played the GW and Duquesne your play for a very very recently that kinda fresh in our minds what does those other two teams a lot has changed on those teams since the beginning of the year that we play them so you really can't go on the scope though you had you know to a month ago or a month and a half ago you can go to get everything refreshed and I'm sure this is the coach is it doing that yeah no absolutely so you take those you know those initial notes obviously and then you look at the last for five or six games music and you know cram into a twenty four hour period of time and yeah you definitely you treat those notes and you know we'll go back over those things with the next couple days here to games eight thirty on Friday when.

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'Very tense calm' prevails in Syria's Idlib as ceasefire holds

Morning Edition

00:48 sec | 1 year ago

'Very tense calm' prevails in Syria's Idlib as ceasefire holds

"A cautious ceasefire has taken her hold in northern Syria after Turkish and Russian leaders announced an agreement and peers Alice Fordham reports the two countries back opposing sides in the Syrian war people in Italy province say that the aerial attacks and shelling of recent weeks of consequence economy Turkey has been backing rebel forces in Idlib while Russia has supported the forces of Syrian president Bashar al Assad without power and troops Russia and Turkey now say they are planning joint patrols around the key highway but the final status of it live on the people in it are far from resolved on hundreds of thousands of Syrians displaced by the recent fighting are unlikely to head home soon as they wait to see whether the holds will lost and also gave an interview to a Russian television network blaming Turkey for the violence saying Turkey supports

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Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

Pacifica Evening News

09:51 min | 1 year ago

Highlights from impeachment managers first day of opening arguments

"Prior to today's trial session democratic senators spoke of the results of the first two days of the trial as would be expected praising the performance of the impeachment managers from the house senators are not permitted to speak from the floor of the chamber during the trial proceedings and they're not supposed to leave their seats for any length of time except during recesses the placement of the two television cameras in the chamber doesn't really show the positions of individual senators part of the special restrictions on the media imposed for the impeachment trial but there have been persistent reports from the floor and the gallery of sizeable and lengthy absences of senators and small groups of them conversing even as the house managers hold the floor some Republican senators have been complaining about the proceedings saying they're boring with the impeachment managers repeating evidence that's already been presented both in the trial and earlier in the house impeachment inquiry hearings Hawaii's junior democratic senator Maisie Horana we've all heard that our colleagues are saying well why don't we have new evidence which by the way we spent twelve hours of thirteen hours on Tuesday of the suspension of shutting down so that's totally hypocrisy on their part for that they are getting restless most of us get restless when we are presented with information we don't want to hear right and you want to hear what the president did and if they were to absence of other just a simple question of is it okay for the president to have shaken down the president of another country a very vulnerable country who need it our support and almost four hundred million a taxpayer money so his troops can fight against Russian and aggression and he in the present use our taxpayer money to to buy that president just ask themselves that question they want to face that is so there's for me why because the truth hurts new Mexico's democratic senator Tom Udall had strong words about president trump's behavior and Davos Switzerland at the World Economic Forum during the opening days of trump's impeachment trial president trump has leadership Maria said he is all over in Davos over in Davos number one what he's doing in Davos which I find outrageous he's he's playing with the jury jury intimidation he said as they are in Davos at the camera he says don't coal balls in there so with us he said could hurt our national security I think that's a very very dangerous role did go down to say that Congress cannot handle the national security issues obviously Fulton has a lot to say in public just about what went on in the meetings but we can handle the National Security park in our secure facilities and I think we're willing to do that the other thing that I found was really upsetting in terms of president trump's behavior over in Davos was he and this is his quote honestly we have all the material and we don't he says honestly we have all the material and they don't have the material here years scolding Goldie over the fact that he has the documents he's not turn them over to Congress he's violated is that is that special relationship article one article two where Congress is supposed to be able to subpoena documents and we do offer site and here he is gloating in S. quality sitting over in Davos president trump is threatening to use national security concerns to block John Bolton's testimony if in the unlikely event the Senate voted to subpoena him as a witness if that doesn't work Republican senators reportedly have a backup plan to depose him in private and then to classify his testimony as secret on national security grounds Karen Greenberg director of the center on national security at Fordham University school of law and author of the book rogue could just as the making of the security state told KABC phase Mitch gesture at the national secrets and security the growth of the security and police powers of the executive branch and the presidency especially since the September eleventh attacks on the US are all involved in the impeachment trial and it's Ukraine affair it is so obvious that what they don't want to do is to bring forth witnesses because the witnesses will say things not because they compromise national security but because they compromise the head of state and head of state and the people in his circle and that's just not what we seen this before we've seen the term national security used to be a real quick for not just protecting the national interest but making sure it doesn't get certain people either embarrassed or in trouble with the law we've seen this in the war on terror and numerous instances and we seen elsewhere we know this this playbook and it would it's important for the country not just for this trial to say now we have a process this is a these are the rules of the process and you can try to obstruct them in any way you want but ultimately we're gonna get those witnesses we need to get them the ring of a very important point now there are some government watchdog groups have you know created these charts showing the amount of times that national security has been invoked in order to keep information from either getting to the public or at least at the very minimum to Congress and if you look at these charts there's just this explosion this exponential growth that really begins at two eight you know right around nine eleven but even even before that even in the nineties but still continuing more so and here we are kind of leads us to the moment that Donald Trump may not have created concerning this use or over use of classifying information he hasn't created this dynamic but it's led us to a point where now he is in that same vein doing which I think is pretty remarkable and even pretty dangerous and for me is like one of those really important things that may not be as talked about as much as it should be during this impeachment trial and that's doing a blanket refusal to cooperate with Congress at all in this investigation right another way of saying it is this was a logical it's a little bit amped up foreseeable consequence of what emerged from nine eleven afterwards and again was built on earlier things as you say and you'll notice that in the the statement about this trial you've seen national security claimed on both sides national security is claimed by the trump administration and his to his lawyers as we can't give out these witnesses or these documents because of national security and on the other side you have individuals Adam Schiff another saying look this is a matter of national security we need to know this and so in national security is the magic words for the whatever it is you want to claim and I think that's also something that has led to this moment in time that we've been dealing with for the past two decades as you say since nine eleven did in this trip to what we consider in late but I guess Arthur Slesinger once called the imperial presidency which other people which people are now using frequently this term exactly let me say one other thing that are sure it's lasted you said though for this lesson you said that you know it and his father that history moves American history has seemed to move in cycles and you know from being very simplistic about this from more conservative errors to more liberal errors and that the cycle was about thirty years which is just about generationally you know in a little more and the real question here is are we what we are are we in the cycle or we done with the idea of cycles in American history have we entrenched ourselves so much in a way of thinking about the presidency and particularly when it comes to it's tied to national or its claim to national security have we escaped those cycles and so on what do you think question what is your title I don't think the pendulum swinging back I think that that so much yeah because we had a democratic president a liberal president who brought in some very much more liberal minded folks into the national security state with the presidency of Obama and the truth was it proved almost impossible to change things either because of how they read the national security global security landscape or because it was just too hard to give up the powers that had accrued but I do not think as we used to think ten years ago that the pendulum is swinging back in office another reason I think this impeachment is so important because it needs to it's not just about Donald Trump it's about what's happened to the country what is allowed to be claimed in the name of national security and now we've seen it at the ultimate where it was claimed in a national security the president's powers have now become clearly about personal interest and you notice yesterday that and today both ship and now they're use national security and then right after national interest and I'm committed to personal interest sort of is the relationship with these these things that are at stake Aaron Greenberg

Eli Manning retiring after 16 seasons in NFL

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Eli Manning retiring after 16 seasons in NFL

"Fordham giants quarterback Eli manning retiring after sixteen seasons in the NFL just one of five players in NFL history released two Superbowl MVPs Italy club with Joe Montana board star Tom Brady and Terry

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The Queen's Christmas message 2019

Forum

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

The Queen's Christmas message 2019

"In Britain friendship and reconciliation is the theme of queen Elizabeth's Christmas speech Alice Fordham has more on the annual address Queen Elizabeth referred to the seventy fifth anniversary of D. day the turning point of the second World War there should formally been sworn enemies came together in friendly commemorations on the side of the channel the royal family has had a turbulent here the queen son prince Andrew was widely criticized for his friendship with Jeffrey obscene a grand son Harry the Duke of Sussex and his wife Meghan spoke out about the pressures of the public lives and the husband prince Phillip has been on while plus the UK has been shaken by the upheaval of brexit the palm coast is not always CMOS and may at times this year have felt quite bumpy still she said she'd been delighted by the birth of her eighth grade grandchild Archie and look forward to a new decade the NPR news on Alice

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"fordham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Obviously with the Fordham Bosa and it to add to Buckner that's been the focus so we'll see I I'm not even sure right now when they go nickel who's going to be where I mean is we're gonna play safety with pardon is it going to be K. one Williams in the slot which ward situation because obviously if things are not going to keep him out all year but so I'm not exactly sure how all that plays out until we start playing real gains yeah you bring up a great point which is I think they're much more talented than than they were especially say go back to the first year of this regime and I think they have a lot more depth but you're right I don't know along the offense of line from any injury standpoint. so you have that something yeah yeah and then you can kind of camouflage compensate for that at times of play calling but again that's assuming you're in relatively normal down and distance situations I was doing a thirty nine and there will be those situations in game and it's more difficult to compensate for absolutely Hey we're looking forward to it as we always are I know you're credibly busy thank you for taking the time as you always do we're looking for the show on ESPN you guys you and bone and sell pal do an amazing job I wouldn't miss it so well thanks as always and double talk too soon. I appreciate and I am wearing a nice suit just to remind you mostly just because his picture I don't get to see where now I see that there was a picture of you last year in doing the show and I think ESPN money because I'm on the S. P. and stuff and they might email that out it was a head shot you in the suit it's nice it's nice well you know all right. yeah well yeah that parts good I do have a face for radio they'll tell me and you both see it happen in the videos for the switch stood to the FM dial or the not to switch the simulcasting the FM dial and was like I hate when they do that because all I do I get crushed on social media Mike I realize what I know what I look like a look in the mirror every day like you don't have to tell me I know exactly believe me I'm right there with you John thanks Greg prison well I thought yeah great to sell amazing every Friday I think about this time he's executive producer of it of a match up and he's on the other side of the camera to babble oneself valid a great job in an NFL films this is for you here any just like you said so much as film he doesn't it's an emotional thing with him you just.

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"fordham" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Of the redacted Muller report could come as soon as today definitely becoming sometime this week. Maybe then Len maybe it'll be the Russian collusion that even Muller says isn't there, you'll find something in collusion? Your magnifying glass, you'll look over that report. What about the with all that redacted, the Democrats will rest until they get to see everything. Redact? Somebody's home address on those now doesn't cow f the unredacted also in the big three sad news out of Fordham. A student senior at Fordham university fell to her death in the clock tower over the weekend, she and a friend snuck into the tower, then we're supposed to be in there. They were climbing to give you of the city and take some pictures. And apparently she tripped on some debris fell through a stairs hole in the stairs to forty feet, by the way. I know we have a lot of Fordham grads who listen to our. Of people up there. You know, if you're familiar with this tradition at the bell tower. You know, give us a call. We'd like to I'd like to how started what's this all about eight hundred three to one zero seven ten if he were Fordham grad, give us a call routing Luther form guy. Oh, we'll ask him in a second round out. Rounding out the big three. Tiger wins the masters lend said it couldn't be done. But tiger Len Ron story is not about me. Yes. It is. Yeah. Couldn't be done. Let me kept saying there's no way you can win another what he won we more excited that he won were you more excited than my prediction that he'll never win. Another major was wrong. What was what was more exciting to you? My first thought when he won was you? That was my. Got the New York Times alert that Tiger Woods. Len got this wrong. Just like the Russian collusion. Just I texted him a picture of tiger. You know with his hands up that big huge ice. Joe posted FU Len show from now on the weekends. I don't want to first time ever texted be on the weekend. One of our listeners tweeted, Len can't even go back to sports. This. Doubted poor old tiger. I never thought. I'd never thought that he was got had another one in. Absolutely. I'd had to say Lou went afford Louis went to jersey drinking the whole time. I know only during the day. When you were climbing the clock tie was their third. This is thirty years ago, and it's been going on since then. So what's what's began this tradition climb? But I believe it or not at college. Some people drink has been prone to happen. If you drink you doesn't make you think oh, I wanna climb. The flight of stairs. I was on the air at f- UV back then and it was in the middle of the night. All of a sudden, I went off the air. I went out into the hall. There were guys right on the tower running around do people try to get up top of the tower house side. Yes. Well, you could see them because when you look out the window. It's there's a gap, and then the towers there and the transmitter used to be in that tower. So did you drink and break into the tower? No, I was already in where I was supposed to be. So I could drink safely in the station that while you're on air, you know. Really stopped beating me down a path of badness. That's Riedel right there next to you when you were on air. Of course, I was there for four or five hours. You never climb the towers part of your no, no, no, no. I was drunken lunacy. That was going on in the middle of the night. I'm shocked at Fordham. Yeah. And they knocked me off the air. Actually. That's how close they got to wherever cables they hit. So it's been going taken off the air because you went on drunk. Can I stop talking to you? How did you turn into such a bad guy? How did that happen? He was always a bad. It's not true be back with me back in the day who to well. I guess but not like this. I mean, you you would be one of the guys that would try to climate. I think well, no, I don't miss behave during your beard days. I could see by beer. If you're clean it out. I never wore a beard in my life like, okay. People around you carry around. Maybe..

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"fordham" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"No. In fact, it's better if people have longer hair if there's a ball spot somewhere, then over the top of the electrode we have to put a little paper square. So that the water showing people pace will stick to the paper square to the scalp. Okay. And so you've got these attachments. What do they do? Well, they simply passive they simply detect the brainwaves which are very tiny singles just few millions of volts. So it's more of a monitoring thing. That's the first part of it you how the brain amplify a hundred thousand times before they're big enough for computers to read them. Okay. So once you do that what's the next step? Well, you know, how if you take a prism triangular prism and pass sunlight through it. You get a beautiful rainbow spectrum. Right. Well, imagine now that we have instead of sunlight, chef we have a channel brainwaves and instead of glass or courts prison, we have the electron equivalent of that. And it breaks down the brainwave frequencies into a spectrum where the delta wave would be like the red light. And you go up the spectrum brainwaves delta than little faster say of Schumann alpha and beta than gamma, it's like you go. Oh from red to blue and you're looking at this on a machine. Yes. Continuously okay. On channel simultaneously. We have sixteen filters different filter. So we have sixteen different shall we say colors brain on each of eight channels for in the left hemisphere and four in the right hemisphere with the data. Well, of course, we analyze it. We study at one of the things that we do. We talk about the science is I make thing called brain energy maps, which are linked that could be linked to any skill or ability. When I did it. I used the Twenty-one mood scales that are mood scales. Measure and showed what are the brainwave patterns that will cause or reduce any particular emotional, and so it's like, hyper dimensional map. I call them brain energy math because they're Fordham unsual surfaces, which the elevations which would be like if we have a grid one. If brain location, another is rain frequency, and then so we have squares in that grid. And then we. The vertical dimension, which is how much brain activity of that frequency at that part of the head contributes to or reduces the emotion that we're interested in all the data..

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"fordham" Discussed on The Short Porch

The Short Porch

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on The Short Porch

"Hello a really good pitcher though someone really know is john lester still pitching for them for the as barry zito hark moulder gm hudson the guy ahead of my march hearted i lost chart tan horon why did you sit harran dan herron i always ran to know sean oh that's right oh wow those red sox all right tom he's been bugging me here he wants to he wants to talk about this past weekend tommy's weekend when was it where do you abouts bring your game bucking you literal text me other day make sure you have the walk off call ready don't act like i was like we have to say one of my walk all you make sure you that walk off call ready bucking you that's fake news okay it was your last fordham baseball game was your last game in general i'll have one more time on air because what would have one on one like our talk show tune in saturday may twelfth one to four pm on ninety point seven fm if you're in the new york area or could find it online tweet it out that will be my last everything on tv three hour show hosted with my friend matt but tuesday was our last ever baseball game just two of us something i've done three years call baseball games obviously been some content out of that the grand slam called walk off grand slam last year on opening day that people thought was a little under climactic under enthusiastic but i got redemption to have my last one now i will say i want to preface this was a mid week game so a non conference game against hofstra like the game didn't matter at all i mean at this point in the season like you know you wanna win games but it's an conference game it doesn't matter like fordham's not gonna get net large bid good this year but.

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"fordham" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"On east coast no i'm a yankee fan my whole life a filed them all the time all the time of course got the new skip we got a chance to work together in bristol for a while so i'm happy with that and i i love baseball i was lucky i actually played some baseball at fordham my junior and senior year our coach was mcdougal you guys are too young to remember what a great great baseball player he was but i had the privilege of playing for guilt for a couple of years at fordham so baseball's close to my art love that well good start for your yankees for sure and it good recent run for the spurs despite a lot of drama you've got back to back spurs games that you're out in san antonio to cover what do you make of sort of as they head into the final stretch of this regular season how this team might fair in the postseason considering the drama around kawai clearly sorry and it goes without saying i don't know what to think about it it just baffles me what has been going on down here i talked to pop a lot a make a point of never asking him what's going on with the whole collide drama i had them a couple of times earlier in the year as you mentioned i'm going to be here for two games this week comes back and i i don't imagine i don't know what kind of shape he could possibly be in no one's going to want any part of them i don't care what their record is i don't care what what they've done with kawai they're interesting as well as the marcus is played and that's really been too big question to less days here he got dinged up in the game in washington the other night whether he was gonna play tonight as we speak he's on the free throw line he's out shooting he looks very good so hopefully he's gonna play an answer well played tonight they wear but but you know confirm he's gonna play how he looks like i hope he can get out there and you can give them thirty five minutes and play the way he's played all year he's been amazing four.

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"fordham" Discussed on The Pulse

The Pulse

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on The Pulse

"Which is at fordham university and was part of that research he says that mice living in new york city parks generally get cut off from other mice stay in those parks and over time become distinct the researchers and students holding out what those genetic differences all linked to but they can tell them apart under a microscope you could give my lab away for the mouse from a park in new york city we can bring it back to the lab look at a few segments of dna in their genome and tell you what park that mouse came from jason studies rats and mice but he says there are a lot more examples of animals adapting the rise of contemporary cities has occurred just in the last hundred hundred fifty years and it's a process is actually accelerated recently so you're going to see a lot of cases a rapid evolution that are associated with urban as asian in you know some of the cases we talk about in san juan puerto rico there are lizards with longer limbs and larger toll pads and that could help them run the on the metal and concrete and in new bedford hov in massachusetts which is highly contaminated with industrial waste and heavy metal it was there are fish that can actually live in that really polluted water some people have called an unnatural selection because its selection that applied by the activities of humans some animals have already evolved that means there hasn't just been genetic change but that change helps them more easily survive and the animals pass on those changes to the next generation this kind of evolution actually happened to mosquitoes in london in the late 1990s researchers were studying a type of mosquito that moment he lives above ground some of these mosquitoes branched off to form new populations in the london on the ground.

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"fordham" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Hopefully there can be in a power after party somewhere maybe on fordham if we're lucky navy the anymore and opened afford and afford in florida maybe more open for them fordham on fordham court of his funny way issued for ford the opening of fordham forum is funny joe you are you a little moments we go low forty this unless you had at one but that's not what i say for the sake of laughter jokes we'll let it flow of four for that is fully mobio the fog in all got a lot of more on a flyer no willingness we'd like a sick that's not going to be there he knows flyers that had that i had the party in a hate that'd be great you're all you any putin because we've got folk dealt with your had still stand outside in hand flyers out recognize the thick housing and cigarette temples of rafael got advice handing out fliers am islam hires because it get your party popping yet hanau flyers will you probably in hanoi affleck's new or either that or go to the mall you're me that guy just in the mall the mighty who press as do we have a what else we got we african sleepers we've covered everything father's day is coming but chicks don't care is deafening days is thrown issued under the rug the amadeo invasions knife whatever fuck it this year we should try to change the narrative.

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"fordham" Discussed on Car Talk

Car Talk

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on Car Talk

"This frankly i need one she had yeah you cut out of the house and listed here is a job that i i almost didn't believe fordham university foreign universities a pretty worse d just play yes and they have no and when you get to be a real high muck amok you get an endowed chair yes right is now they at fordham university they have an endowed chair in literature in their advertising for someone to fill fill the share so to speak now what is the chair called i mean it's obviously it's named after the person who gave the money to doubt get this the thomas malarkey chair other i don't make this stuff up the more coming how can you one good how you got a little faculty me more what's your job all i'm the malarkey chair in literature even it might have always the thomas luggage aaron bs i love it i love it well i think you should apply for the joy i did already got an ideal my my they have my resume or i'm sure i haven't heard from but i will i don't forget if you have anything interesting for my brother to reach send it to him it good male division car talk plaza box thirty five hundred harvard square cambridge fair city matt zero two to three eight or you can email him stuff from car talk dot com i can hardly wait if you want to talk to us the numbers one eight eight eight car talk that's eight double eight double to seven eighty two double five.

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"fordham" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"fordham" Discussed on Denzel Washington Is the Greatest Actor of All Time Period

"Oh boy again because he supposed to be 17 but he looks like he's like staring him in that oh the always i think it would be worth somebody they were going to like watch this is that uh is this that there which is funny if you know if going what we know about denzel so as they thought were denzel washington for second winter fordham university played on fordham basketball team yes it he got game scored on ray allen because he wanted to make sure ray new year's day no game visit this is apprehend were actually playing a basketball game yeah he's actually in ito even in the movie talked about the george hill story when every higher uh as hard lessons get heat days is busy less plays a basketball to so the oneonone wanna was he can show the the urban youth that uh he's he's down for the cause in his from the saint you know of made of the same cloth and in this movie the trope is that his white father says basically because he has no money for his while this is hilarious his his the dorsey you'll sees us father and son and wife father and son playing basketball poorly on a basketball court and joyous he so who has who has no money goes to the uae father hey you're so i was pretty good yeah he's really good hey do you want to play me and my son for five dollars for for five dollars is a hilarious amount to want to play somebody for basketball because doors he goes i asked for it he wants to hustle basketball for five dollars and the premises at george segal is so sure that denzel washington whose tall athletic is a good basketball player jet they're going to wipe the court with them so yeah.

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