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Why Are We Tearing Down America's Fundamental Institutions? Rep. Kat Cammack Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:05 min | Last week

Why Are We Tearing Down America's Fundamental Institutions? Rep. Kat Cammack Explains

"I want to switch gears for just a minute, because you and I have you were married into it. I was born into it. And that is being a, for me, a son of a Georgia state trooper, you're the wife of a firefighter of first responder. Those kind of I know I've watched you on the floor, this has become a very, with all things going on with our defund the police with this idea of our first responders. And it goes to what we were just talking about the civility issue. Why is it that we seem especially many on the left right now seem to be tearing down at the very fundamental institutions of our society of Law & Order of safety, those kinds of things. How does that make you feel within your own family? I know from my perspective, it's very discouraging. Are we at a turning point here? Have we gotten better or was it, or do you think it's going to get worse? I think it's going to get worse before it gets better. I mean, I really do think that collectively across the nation, there are some very, very tough conversations happening around the kitchen table. And I know that because my own husband and I Matt, we've had those conversations. My husband's a firefighter, but he's also a S.W.A.T. medic. So he goes out on the most dangerous calls. And we're seeing increased violent crime across America. And it's really scary when you get the call out at 11 o'clock at night and putting on a ballistic vest and you're seeing some of the details of the call out. And it's all barricaded subject, multiple weapons or gang shooting, still in progress. Something like that. You don't know if they're going to walk back through that door in a few hours. There's no way of knowing because we've lost such a respect in this country for the very people who put it all on the line every single day. And we've really dehumanized law enforcement and first responders. And so my push has always been to one show the support for the collective first responder community and their families, but we need to start recognizing that there is a person behind the badge.

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Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Jury in Ahmaud Arbery death set for 2nd day of deliberations

"It's day two of jury deliberations in the trial of three white men charged with chasing and killing Ahmad are very after the twenty five year old black man was spotted running in their coastal Georgia neighborhood the disproportionately white jury will have to decide a father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant were acting in self defense as their lawyers say but the prosecution says you can't claim self defense if you started it and the three men with the gun were attempting a citizen's arrest of an unarmed Darbari they say they suspected he was a burglar meanwhile the peaceful demonstrations outside the courthouse have led to tighter security some small barricades around the building Georgia state trooper standing by the steps and doors I'm Julie Walker

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Alabama Once Again Claims Top Spot in Latest AP Top 25

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Alabama Once Again Claims Top Spot in Latest AP Top 25

"Oregon in iowa enter top five eight people ranked fourth and fifth in the latest poll. Both schools had road wins over top ten opponents this past week alabama main number one. Of course georgia state at number two. N- oklahoma rose to number three. Arkansas was rewarded for its home. Opening win over the texans over texas with its first appearance in the. Ap top twenty five in five years coming in at number twenty.

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"georgia state" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"georgia state" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"How do we hire a more diverse workforce. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute charlotte alexander associate professor of legal analytics georgia state university details. How to avoid bias when looking for new employees my research involved manual and computational text analysis of over three thousand recommendation letters submitted on behalf of applicants to a major us anesthesiology residency program. I found key differences in how men versus women were being described letters. In support of men emphasized achievement professionalism excellence and technical skills while letters in support of women focused on communal skills like compassion caring for others and acts of service. These gendered language differences can have broad implications for job applicants employers and the people writing recommendation letters gender language recommendation letters may impact and employers hiring process. Which could implicate title seven of the civil rights act of nineteen sixty four. These findings also prompt. A rethinking of our gendered racialist ablest ages and otherwise stereotyped occupational archetypes. The problem can be remedied at the employer level by screening recommendation. Letters and phone calls for gendered language to prevent it from influencing the rest of the hiring process. Employers could implement a computational driven system to help identify and eradicate bias reference checks over the telephone can also be monitored for gender bias using transcription technology employers can review reference called transcripts to identify gender usage of language similar to what occurs in recommendation letters as for people who write recommendation letters academics in particular may want to rethink wording that reinforces stereotyped occupational. Archetypes such as using adjectives that align with communal skills and acts of service to describe female candidates but not male candidates that was charlotte alexander of georgia state.

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Georgia Board to Tap Election Review Panel for Fulton County

AP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia Board to Tap Election Review Panel for Fulton County

"The Republican controlled Georgia State Board of Elections, plans to appoint a review panel this week. As part of a process that could lead to a takeover of elections in the states most populous county, Atlanta's Fulton County. It's all part of a provision in Georgia sweeping new election

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Georgia board to tap election review panel for Fulton County

AP 24 Hour News

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia board to tap election review panel for Fulton County

"The Republican controlled Georgia State Board of Elections, plans to appoint a review panel this week. As part of a process that could lead to a takeover of elections in the states most populous county, Atlanta's Fulton County. It's all part of a provision in Georgia sweeping new election

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Georgia Board to Tap Election Review Panel for Fulton County

AP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 5 months ago

Georgia Board to Tap Election Review Panel for Fulton County

"Georgia State Board of Elections plans to appoint a review panel this week as part of a process that could lead to a takeover of elections in the states most populous county, Atlanta's Fulton County It's part of a provision in Georgia's sweeping new election law,

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"georgia state" Discussed on The Academic Minute

The Academic Minute

01:51 min | 6 months ago

"georgia state" Discussed on The Academic Minute

"Oh what can financial regulation bring to the climate change fight. I'm dr lynn. Pascarella president of the association of american colleges and universities and today on the academic minute garth futile associate professor of economics. At georgia state university follows the money can financial regulators help fight climate change and should they typically when people think of climate policy they think about regulations like carbon pricing or subsidies to renewable electricity. And when people think of financial regulators they think about regulating big banks and monetary policy. But there's a growing discussion both in the policy community and in the academic community about the role that financial regulators could have in climate policy many financial institutions have a large stake in fossil fuel companies and another firms who are likely to be targets of climate regulation when such regulation comes. Some people worry that. The effect of that regulation on the valuation of these assets held by banks may lead to financial instability. So there's a call for financial regulators to prevent this. Furthermore financial regulation could conceivably be tailored to address climate change for example by providing explicit or implicit subsidies to banks that hold assets in green firms in research conducted with my colleagues stephanos. Bertini and giving milk qadsie. We explore the relationship between these two regulatory areas using an economic model that includes both climate change and financial sector. We find that. Climate regulation may indeed lead to financial risk but that financial regulations can reduce this risk. The too big to fail argument does not prevent us from being able to fight climate change. We also find that. Financial regulation alone is ineffective at addressing climate. Change and more direct policy like a carbon tax will be more effective and that was garth yodel of georgia.

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Biden Takes Initial Steps to Address Gun Violence

Clark Howard

01:01 min | 10 months ago

Biden Takes Initial Steps to Address Gun Violence

"Today that he is taking executive action to try and help curb gun violence. Among the items on his agenda. Asking the Department of Justice to draft rules about keeping guns out of the hands of people facing mental health issues create new rules around so called ghost guns and a review of how stabilizing braces for pistols are regulated. Some of Georgia's state lawmakers and federal law lawmakers weigh in on President Biden's gun control measures were just state representative Emery Donohue tells WSB. He believes President Biden's executive actions on firearms pick on law abiding citizens. Asked about the Atlanta Spawn mass killer who bought his gun legally the same day. Well, we're gonna have one person here and there that basically We're going to step out of line, Congresswoman Lucy McBath says. While the actions are modest, they are a start on which lawmakers can build these air tangible efforts that he's willing to put forth right now he and Vice President Harris to make sure that we're keeping our families safe. Veronica Waters 95.5 WSB

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MLB pulls All-Star game from Atlanta over voting law

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

MLB pulls All-Star game from Atlanta over voting law

"Bill Swartz A bold decision from Major League Baseball. About the Midsummer Classic MLB announced this afternoon. It's moving the July 13th All Star game and draft out of Atlanta in protest of a new Georgia state voting law, one that's raised concerns about its potential to disproportionately disenfranchise minority voters. MLB is not yet announced the new

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MLB pulls All-Star game from Atlanta over voting law

News, Traffic and Weather

00:22 sec | 10 months ago

MLB pulls All-Star game from Atlanta over voting law

"Bill Swartz A bold decision from Major League Baseball. About the Midsummer Classic MLB announced this afternoon. It's moving the July 13th All Star game and draft out of Atlanta in protest of a new Georgia state voting law, one that's raised concerns about its potential to disproportionately disenfranchise minority voters. MLB is not yet announced the new

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Car Crash Kills 1 in Banks County, Georgia

Mornings on Maine Street

00:29 sec | 10 months ago

Car Crash Kills 1 in Banks County, Georgia

"Name's not been released. A man from Homer killed in a two vehicle crash early yesterday morning on Georgia 51 in banks County 34 year old Westley Allan Atwood died at the scene of the accident, according to the Georgia State Patrol. The Ford F one F 2 50, driven by Atwood was traveling north bound when it crossed over the center lane and hit another truck head on the driver of that other truck. 35 year old Gerald Justin pause of Demory is taking the Northeast Georgia

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Georgia state bill would institute waiting period for firearm purchases

Clark Howard

00:39 sec | 10 months ago

Georgia state bill would institute waiting period for firearm purchases

"Days to go in the legislative session, and Democratic State lawmaker introducing a bill that would put a waiting period on buying a gun. After last week's spot shootings by representative Josh Mond, Lauren would place a five day wait on the purchase of a gun. It's critical to provide a period of time. So that people don't have same day access to use a firearm the way that we saw occur on Tuesday, But representative Emery Donohue, who sponsored a constitutional carry bill this session, says You can't blame the gun for what happened last week. Usually when you check everything back, it's a mental type issue of some sort, and we keep throwing that out the window and never want to talk about that from the state Capitol Senior Parish 95.5, WSB and

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Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

the NewsWorthy

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

Rallies To End Asian Hate Held In New York City

"People gathered for rallies protests and vigils in major cities across the us over the weekend calling for an end to violence against asian americans for example in new york city. Many people marched from times square to manhattan's trying to town near the georgia state capitol. Hundreds of people gathered saturday with signs. Saying things like stop asian hate and some are calling for the suspect in last week's shootings to be charged with hate crimes at this point atlanta. Police say they're still investigating before that will be decided remember. A man is arrested and charged for killing eight people including six women of asian descent in atlanta area massage businesses. He told police he has a sex addiction and was lashing out at places that tempted him. The fbi. Director has told npr. It does not appear. The shooter was racially motivated but not everyone is convinced either. Way officials in various cities have said hate crimes against have been going up since the start of the pandemic since the virus was first found in china

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Was Atlanta spa shooting spree a hate crime?

The Weekly Check Up

00:37 sec | 10 months ago

Was Atlanta spa shooting spree a hate crime?

"21 year old gunman shot eight people at three Asian Smalls, a Georgia State University professor who studied extremism weighs in on the gunman's motive. So is it a hate crime or not? Do you see a potential case for hate crime charges here? Absolutely. WSB Scots laid along with guests MIA Bloom on Atlanta's Morning news Sunday, the Anti Defamation League Chris needs This is a hate crime, and they would know she's a professor at Georgia State who studies terrorism and extremism. Every one of us are saying it's probably I hate crime or bias crimes. The investigation still needs to play out. We need to have sufficient evidence. Robin Wolinsky

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Protesters Gather in Atlanta to Stop Asian Hate

WABE 90.1 FM Programming

00:57 sec | 11 months ago

Protesters Gather in Atlanta to Stop Asian Hate

"Shootings of eight people at Atlanta area spot businesses, including six Asian women. Georges, two U. S. Senators and several Asian American state lawmakers spoke to those gathered as a meal Moffett of member station W. A B reports. Protesters waved American flags and carried signs saying Stop Asian hate and I am not a virus After speeches by senators Raphael Warnock Anjana soft Georgia State representative Sam Park. Korean American says attacks and hate speech have made many Asian Americans afraid to leave their homes or go to work. Do not be afraid. This'll is our home. This is our country. Indian, another back. In addition to eight counts of murder investigators in Georgia have not ruled out hate crime charges for the 21 year old white man accused in Tuesday's deadly shootings. For NPR News. I'm the meal. Moffett in Atlanta to Europe now where tens of

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Hundreds in Atlanta rally against hate crime

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Hundreds in Atlanta rally against hate crime

"I'm anthony davis. A diverse crowd gathered on saturday in a park across from the georgia state capitol to demand justice for the victims of shootings at massage businesses days earlier and to denounce racism xenophobia and misogyny the hundreds of people of all ages and varied racial and ethnic backgrounds who gathered in liberty plaza in atlanta waved signs and cheered for speakers including us senators rafael. Walken jon. Ossoff and georgia state representative be nugent. The first vietnamese american to serve in the georgia house robot. Aaron long a twenty one year old white man is accused of killing four people inside to atlantis. Spas and four others at a massage business about thirty miles away in suburban cherokee county. Six of the eight people killed on. Tuesday will women of asian descent. Another person was also shot but survived. Investigators have said long confessed to the slayings but said they weren't racially motivated. He claims to have a sex addiction which caused him to lash out at what he saw. A sources of ten tation according to authorities. Police have said this still working to establish a motive including looking into whether the attacks can be classified as hate crimes georgia. Lawmakers last year passed a hate crimes law that allows additional penalties to be imposed for certain offenses when motivated by a victim's race color religion national origin sex sexual orientation gender or disability. A hate crime is not a standalone crime under the

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Turkey pulls out of international accord aimed at protecting women from violence

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:53 min | 11 months ago

Turkey pulls out of international accord aimed at protecting women from violence

"I'm anthony davis. A diverse crowd gathered on saturday in a park across from the georgia state capitol to demand justice for the victims of shootings at massage businesses days earlier and to denounce racism xenophobia and misogyny the hundreds of people of all ages and varied racial and ethnic backgrounds who gathered in liberty plaza in atlanta waved signs and cheered for speakers including us senators rafael. Walken jon. Ossoff and georgia state representative be nugent. The first vietnamese american to serve in the georgia house robot. Aaron long a twenty one year old white man is accused of killing four people inside to atlantis. Spas and four others at a massage business about thirty miles away in suburban cherokee county. Six of the eight people killed on. Tuesday will women of asian descent. Another person was also shot but survived. Investigators have said long confessed to the slayings but said they weren't racially motivated. He claims to have a sex addiction which caused him to lash out at what he saw. A sources of ten tation according to authorities. Police have said this still working to establish a motive including looking into whether the attacks can be classified as hate crimes georgia. Lawmakers last year passed a hate crimes law that allows additional penalties to be imposed for certain offenses when motivated by a victim's race color religion national origin sex sexual orientation gender or disability. A hate crime is not a standalone crime under the

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Georgia State Senator Michelle Au Warned Against the Rise of Anti-Asian Violence

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

05:12 min | 11 months ago

Georgia State Senator Michelle Au Warned Against the Rise of Anti-Asian Violence

"Violence against asian americans has increased by nearly one hundred fifty percent in the past year. Recognize that we need help. We need protection and we need people in power to stand up with us against hate. Did you hear the urgency and her voice. That was our next guest one day before the shootings in georgia. The tragedy has escalated and already heightened fear over a rise in anti discrimination and violence across our country for more. we welcome to the broadcast. Dr michelle out. She's a democratic state. Senator representing the state's forty eighth district northeast of the atlanta. metro area. Also happens to be the first ever. Asian american woman to serve as a state senator in the great state of georgia. Doctor i know it would sound trite to ask you. React to the tragedy. But i'm going to ask only because your words were still hanging in the air in the chamber when you learn the news of what had happened last night. Thank you much for having me. And thank you for asking because I think the reaction that i had in that many people had is that we were Shaken obviously we were shocked especially by the brutality and the the alley of his attack. But we weren't really surprised right. This is in some ways a combination of a lot of asian american discrimination violence. That has been building over the past year. But it's not just this incident and it's not just the past year of escalating violence. This is just the latest chapter in a long story in a long saga of asian american racism and violence in the united states. So no we were not surprised though. It is still shocking to see. It happened so close to hong. I am compelled to play for you and our audience. The following statement that we all witnessed today have spent the last few hours processing. This is from a captain. Part of the local sheriff's department will discuss on the other side. This is still early but he does claim that it was not racially motivated. He apparently has an issue. what he considers a fiction into temptation for him that he wanted to eliminate last investigators interview this morning and i they got that impression that yes he he understood the gravity of it and he was pretty much fed up then can at the end of his rope and it was a really bad day for him and this is what he did. Doctor can we talk about the way we talk about a crime like this. I've had bad days. And i'm reasonably certain. So have you. And i'm also absolutely certain neither you nor i have taken a human life as a result. It's remarkable the way that we treat certain perpetrators of crimes the gentleness with which we handle the shooter and attributing his behavior to him having a bad day and his wanting to squelch his addiction as opposed to him taking responsibility for his own actions. As you noted most of us had had bad days. None of us have gone out and shot and killed eight people. So it's it's just a remarkable narrative. Dc and. i'm really looking forward to see how people handle the story. As more information comes out and as we learn more about the identities of those that he shot and killed americans don't know need to learn the acronym a pi for asian american and pacific islander community in our country. Do you hope that what we've established for all the worst reasons. This may be a public turning point in terms of public perceptions of the problem of the threat of the violence against members of the api. I'm hoping if anything good comes out of that. It is this sort of public awareness. And that's actually why. I went to the senate well on monday and spoke about this issue. you know. I think that it's been coming to a head for some time now. I think probably over the last month or so more attention has been paid to this issue. But it's been mostly stories reported out of cities like new york in los angeles and in the bay area where there is a higher density of api americans. The reason i went to speak in the well to my senate colleagues is because i did not want people in the state of georgia to feel that we were immune to this. Same epidemic of racial violence against asian. You'd never want to be right about these types of things so the swiftness was which we saw this shocking attack. Literally the day. After i went to give the speech floored me but i think that if anything good comes out of it is that we increase awareness of this problem and and that we have more allies to stand with us because it can't simply be the members of the api community decided to stand up and finally speak out for ourselves against violence. We need more people to also stand with us and fight against this kind of

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At Least 8 Killed In Shootings At 3 Atlanta Area Spas, Suspect In Custody

News, Traffic and Weather

00:31 sec | 11 months ago

At Least 8 Killed In Shootings At 3 Atlanta Area Spas, Suspect In Custody

"And connection with shootings in three Atlanta area spas that left eight people dead and one wounded. Six of the dead Asian women. The suspected gunman, Robert Aaron, Long was captured about three hours away in southern Georgia. Crisp County Sheriff Billy Hancock troopers and deputy set up along the interstate and made contact with the suspect at about 8:30 P.m.. Georgia State Patrol troopers performed the pit maneuver, which caused the vehicle to spin out of control, said it was taken into custody without incident. An exclusive interview

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"georgia state" Discussed on Talk About It

Talk About It

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on Talk About It

"Had nothing left you know. He's even put his vice president. The person that was the most lawless to him abundant the bus. They don't and i was listening. They said he did not at all call vice president and ask them was him and his family was all right now to me. I can deal with someone like that anymore. You know when you still have aspirations of gaining a political block of people you do just about anything. And that's what they're doing that's what they have and that's what they're still doing If you notice that when they came back for the vote to certify the election was still almost a hundred and forty representatives and at least a handful of senators. Yes still went through with what they said they were going to go through with object steel objecting despite the half despite what happened in one individual that i can name that the ted cruz though if you go back and say how much. He didn't like them in the beginning and two most. I must but kissing that he did over the last four. After this happened you jumped shift. Change your mind about this guy now. Do i really want to vote for you. Twenty twenty four all that. That's a good question. Be but let's just put it in perspective. Why would they vote for him. 'cause they will but why well we both know the answer. But let's just say what because and he's not a white man. I mean we already know the answer. But that's just put it out there. Is you know her And i know we're laughing. There's an seriousness. Here is still part of that white privilege white won't recognize and they won't say exist now. Here's some white privilege. Let me let me And i'm just paraphrasing based on a few news clips that is Watch yesterday there was.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WSB-AM

"WSB. In fact, this today was our first briefing from federal law enforcers. Prosecutors in the investigation into last week's deadly violence of the capital and Georgia State leaders tonight say they are aware of the threat here next week. We have team coverage. Justice Department says it expects sedition and conspiracy charges against some of the people involved in last week's attack on the cap. So it comes as the number of cases grows, according to U. S. Attorney Michael Sherwin. We're looking at everything. Money travel records, looking at Disposition movement communication records, so no resource related to the FBI. Or the U. S attorney's office will will be unchecked. Initial charges included minor offenses, including trespassing and theft. Steve Dorsey, CBS NEWS Washington I'm gonna be USPS Edgar trade. It's our threat level in regards to the Georgia state capital seemed to be very low. But governor Camp says no matter that the full preparations in place for any possible protest here that could come ahead of the presidential inauguration, security measures for the state Capitol were continuously monitoring in tale. Colonel Chris right, heads the Department of Public Safety, working in tandem with the National Guard. Says the governor. We're taking nothing for granted at betrayed its 95.5 WSB newest six o'clock and a dramatic and unprecedented move, the nation's top military commanders are publicly condemning last week's violence as acts of sedition and insurrection. Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley wrote in a letter that the military intends to stand by the constitutional transfer of power to the next administration. The memo says, the rights of freedom of speech and assembly that don't give anyone the right to resort to violence, and the memo sent to all members of the United States military underscores that as of January, 20th noontime president elect Biden will become the 46th commander in chief. Uninterrupted news, weather and airborne traffic for your drive home. This is the six PM nonstop news feed on 95.5 WSB our team covert coverage. The demand is strong with the supply is not soon. Comes with covert vaccine in Georgia that's direct from the governor this afternoon. I know that everyone is probably tired of me saying this, but I will continue to ask for people to be patient governor rank him says even though Georgia's vaccination rate has increased by more than 50%, the number of doses the state gets camp keep up. You know, we have 1.3 million People that are over. They just 65. We have hundreds of thousands of health care workers, he says. The state is working on mass vaccination sites.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Did you not come to still Beach in the tour. Did you have questions? Okay. What? Senator Hillary. Thank you. Thank you for your testimony. We've heard that there's three different types of scenes of scanner about market device and a polling ad, right? Do you know which one? It is communicating. Can you tell out right now, Um, What you heard in the past was coming through the thermostat and stuff. This is now more direct access way. So this is coming through the Pulling pad device where they're checking everything, But now you know, it only takes one device. Where you Daisy, chain them together and do it. The most important thing is that shouldn't be too weighing and even shouldn't be accessible are on. And it's there. Are there any questions? Could I ask him? One question? What? In fact, some good somebody with, you know, dishonest purposes. What? What did that person do? Given this access What's going on right now? In Fulton County? Um, statistically, what can be going on? When you have an operation like this is as that Dad is being exchanged and somebody's in it. Can actually siphon off that data, modified the dad and feed it right back into the system. I'm not like this is I just You know what? You know what I find tragically. I mean, I mean, tragically humorous about this. This is an expert witness. This is not. It's some, like Salem Witch trial is the Georgia State Senate on election integrity. An expert witness that everyone's agreed to hear. He's not some clown who just showed up. Talking about how they just hacked into an actual polling location of guys like way we sent a mobile location, You know, No. One actual polling location to the pan. No one in the media wants to touch it. Nobody It's a conspiracy here. It is. Where? Where's the key? Saying he's at right now, if you so he's testifying under oath. They've hacked into a voting location right now. And nobody. Nobody seems to carry it all. Damn Bongino show. World is a very confusing place right now. Good things bad things all at once. I don't know what's going to happen. You know what? Nobody knows what's gonna happen. I worry about the stock market. How our dollar is gonna fare through all of this. One thing that puts my mind at ease is knowing that I could get real gold and silver from the Oxford Gold Group. If you haven't purchased gold and silver yet now, maybe the time if you have purchased gold, it's over already. You may want to look into buying some Maura and remind yourself why you bought gold and silver in the first place..

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"georgia state" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Trump filing a challenge petition Thursday contesting the results in Georgia state lawmakers in a hearing Thursday. Were shown surveillance camera video from the counting center in Atlanta that shows a handful of workers who stayed behind after everyone else was told to leave, pull out boxes of ballots from beneath the table and count them attorney Jackie pick asking these fellas doing their separate from all the other balance on where the only counting them Whatever the place is cleared out with no witnesses, is the question. Other witnesses telling the hearing ballots were left on secured governors. Georgia's governor Brian Camp on Fox is the Ingram angle. Renewing his call for a signature audits of the ballots, sector state for the laws and the Constitution would have to order that he has not done that. I think it should be done. I think, especially with what we saw today. It raises more questions. There needs to be transparency on that. I would again call for that. A judge in the vet his capital city, also hearing arguments Thursday from the Trump campaign to hold up the election results in the silver state's charging widespread fraud. President elect Biden has asked Dr Anthony Fauci to stay on as his chief advisor on the Corona virus and tells CNN that he would be willing to be publicly vaccinated, Dr Fauci says We have a vaccine that is safe. That's the moment of which I'll stand before the public. Mr Biden, also saying he will order mask wearing on all federal property and on interstate transportation. He'll also ask Americans to voluntarily wear masks for a period of 100 days. On Inauguration Day. Charleston, West Virginia. Police officer Cassie Johnson has been removed from life support two days after being shot in the face while investigating a parking dispute. Service to the public continues, her family says several of her organs were donated before transplants. America is listening to.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Authorities say 31 year old John Anthony Horvath was driving on Richland Road near Liberty Hill Road around seven in the morning when he left the roadway and lost control of the motorcycle hitting a mailbox. He was thrown from the bike and landed on the roadway. The State patrol, saying the eastern Ali man died at the scene of the accident. Meanwhile, an unidentified Gainesville man suffering critical injuries yesterday morning when an overturned tractor trailer ran into the front of his vehicle WD went. Alison Shields tells us what happened report from the Georgia State Patrol states that the incident took place on state route 53 in Dawson County, near Amica Lola Forest Drive. 2019 Peterbilt tractor trailer was traveling eastbound when it started to overturn and struck another tractor trailer traveling in the opposite direction that Peterbilt then turned completely onto its left side and crossed the center line, hitting the 2018 Toyota RAV four, driven by the game's still man. Again, so man was life flighted and his condition is unknown. The Georgia State Patrol is still investigating about 6000 gallons of sewage spilled into a small stream along Dixon Drive in the city of gains fell yesterday. Gainesville Department of Water Resource is saying a customer notified the city about the problem. Just after 10:45 A.m., D W. R director Linda McGregor says the blockage in the sewer line was caused by rags. She says state environmental officials were notified required signage has been placed in the area of the overflow. Wdun news time. Almost a 34. So just how long will a scanned recount of votes take after the request from the Trump campaign? Gabriel Sterling with the secretary of state's office says the process gets under way in just a little while at nine this morning, Donald next week. We want to give enough flexibility to the counties to allow for this and also to allow for a transparent process. We will make sure that the Republican and Democrat and even Libertarian parties have observers thereto Watch this. The fly in the ointment, he says, is the fact that this week is Thanksgiving. That means a lot of elections workers will be taking some time off for the holiday, however. And many while they'll be off on Thanksgiving will be back and work all the way through the weekend to make sure the recount is done again. This is a machine recount and not a hand recount, like the last tally was So we've heard advice not to travel for the Thanksgiving holiday, but a lot of people are still doing that. And the world's busiest airport is gearing up for plenty of activity and waiting on my son from college. She's just one of thousands of people expected to visit Hartsfield Jackson this holiday. This woman tells CBS 46 Traveling is bit different this year. You know, everyone has their mask on to help her potential spread of coronavirus here, Port is put into place plexiglass shields. Placed hand sanitizer in several locations in the terminals and in the atrium. The busy travel days were expected to be Wednesday and Sunday. Scott Kimbler GNN news and with Thanksgiving just around the corner Governor Brian Camp, urging residents to be vigilant as coronavirus numbers rise. The governor wants people to gather virtually for the holiday or at least keep gatherings to a very small number camp in some state health officials had planned a news conference for 1 30 this afternoon to give us more gardens for the holidays. There's more news that access Wi you went, and it looks like there's sunshine for the rest of today. But that will likely change get into Wednesday, especially late Wednesday afternoon into a Thanksgiving itself. John Weatherby with your forecast in just a bit. Caleb's gonna take a look at our roads, which have not exactly been picture perfect this morning, and we'll take a look at business news, in particular, some spicy business news Coming from Fox, This update is brought to impart by Kimbrough Long Wdun. Time is 8 36 Year veteran all the surviving spouse of a veteran. Have you heard of the V a pension? Most likely not Via won't tell you about it. They don't want you to have it. Hello. I'm Kim Kimbrough and my firm Kimble All has helped over 500 people to receive the pension. It is not disability. The benefits range from $1200 to $2200 per month. The life.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Set an all time high for graduation rates and 20 twenties. I am a little concerned about what's around the men. I don't think we've begun to see one of the true cost of this pandemic always and that will be youngsters that have not been able to be in school. Scofield made that comment after last night school board meeting, he says the district has been seeing more and more students fall behind in their classes because of an inability to physically be on King. Campus and learn in person. Transportation. Nonprofit says Georgia needs to make some major improvements on state road ways. Rocky Moretti with the group trip, says his group believes that upgrades on roads can lower the state's traffic fatality rate of nearly 1500 deaths a year. We know that when very cost effective roadway improvements are made, adding of rumble strips, widening of shoulders, removing barriers, we see a significant reduction in traffic fatality, already saying Their latest research shows. Half of Georgia's roads are either in poor or fair condition charges pending against a Lula woman in a weekend crash that sent an eight year old child to the hospital in critical condition. The Georgia State Patrol, says 62 Year old Vicky Craven was driving under the influence of drugs when she failed to stop at a red light at Georgia, 3 65 and Duncan Bridge Road in Baldwin. Her van had a passenger car at that intersection. The crash critically hurt. The eight year old girl also sent the girl's mother and another child in the vehicle to the hospital. Craven also insured and faces a list of charges, according to state troopers. Wdun News Times 705, Georgia's secretary.

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"georgia state" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is the new Georgia It's just so exhilarating and exciting, And I think having an election turn like this shows the nation that this is something we're divorced to George's increasing diversity, fueled by a mix of immigration and people moving to cities like Atlanta from around the country is a big part of the story. Amy Steiger Waltz is a political science professor at Georgia State University. We've always had The largest middle class black population in the country. But what we're also seeing is growing Hispanic and Asian American communities and importantly, those communities are also Becoming much more actively engaged in the political process in the form of increased voter registration and participation among those groups. Georgia's Democratic Party chairwoman, Nicky Mo Williams, was just elected to Congress, replacing the late civil rights activist John Lewis Williams says everything came together for the party in 2020. And so this year, we were at the perfect intersection of the racial unrest in the streets of a presidential election cycle and coming off the aftermath the 2018 gubernatorial election. Those shifts could force Republicans to retool their message, says Rusty Paul, former chairman of the Georgia GOP and current mayor of Sandy Springs, Georgia outside Atlanta. He says Trump's demeanor was off putting to some of his suburban constituents. We've gotta broaden the base. I mean, we have been relying on a shrinking base of voters and state of Georgia for too long. It's predominantly white. It's much older. It's blue collar. That's a problem National Republicans had been talking about just before Trump's ascendance in the party. The next big test of each party's message to George's Changing electorate comes in January. That's when voters go back to the polls for two Senate runoff elections,.

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"georgia state" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on KOMO

"You start losing time you fall behind, And if you don't have a lot of money, you run out of the money And then you have to drop out. Even though you may be academically toughing the promising on the shocking reality is that you know The vast majority of students to fuel this epidemic of dropouts around the country are not dropping out because they are good enough or not academically on track. It's because they run out of money, or they hit bureaucratic obstacles to which there seems to be no answer. And let's finish with that thought universities around the country that seems like the model here for Georgia State is meeting students where they are and trying to make sure they have all the tools they need to graduate. What's the pushback on wanting to do this at a traditional university? Well, Part of it is that they're not set up structurally to do it. Most universities, you know the drivers of what they do all the deans of individual colleges, the faculty chairs. You may have other priorities, You know, research graduate students, It may not be undergraduates may not be the top priority on there's a mentality that is set in for a long time. That says, you know, we have all these great courses. All these great major's all these great professors of students con figure it out, that's on them. And I think the big mentality shift has to be no, it has to be on the university as well because the reason the students of getting tripped up is not because they're not bright enough or not, because they don't want to take these courses. It's because they can't In a timely way in the way that they need to in order to t meet their economic limits. There is a common sense of purpose. Now that you know they are a national leader, an undergraduate education and everybody can feel good and excited about that. And if faculty have to do things differently. They're not playing to the strengths rather than feeling like they're going down a few tiled path of having to fail. 2030 40 50% of the students in any given class. They no longer feel that way. Andrew Gumbel is author of Won't Lose This Dream How an upstart Urban University rewrote the rules of a broken system. Andrew, the book is out now and we thank you for being with us. Thank you so much. That's comas. Charlie Harder. It's 5 40 time to check with Comeau Sports and Bill Sports. The Seahawks take another chance on a talented than trouble player. Last December. Josh Gordon received his fifth NFL suspension for violating the league's substance abuse policy. Before that, the dynamic playmaker caught seven passes in five games with the Seahawks. Gordon today signed a one year deal with Seattle coach Pete Carroll Asked whether that means the league will reinstate the 29 year old and again we don't know exactly how this is going to roll out so But we thought, you know this was the best time to do it. We'll see what happens. I don't we're all kind of just keeping fingers crossed. He gets a chance to play soon. Seahawks have also signed one time 40 Niners defensive end Demontre Aim or New England is named Cam Newton. It's starting quarterback. And, Yeah, the Patriots come to Seattle to play the Hawks. September 20. Pac 12 will soon be able to provide it. Student athletes, with daily Corona virus testing entering into a deal with quite Del Corporation, a manufacturer of FDA approved rapid test for a number of medical conditions. A testing machine expected to be on campus is by the end of the month. But it's not clear whether that will change. The Pac twelve's.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Senior at Georgia State University in Atlanta was one of those who worked the Poles during the primary. There definitely was a lot of misunderstandings with how them she worked on Election Day specifically I served as an election technician, and luckily through my experience working the pole at Georgia State, I knew how to power on and trouble fix the machine. So I was able to help my location. So my location wasn't his hard hit, but you're my experiences Early voting. I did experience extremely long lines of the last day of being an early voter poll worker. I think I got I left the polling location about 1:30 a.m. After coming there at 5:30 a.m. The day before, right. So almost 24 hours at at one building we not much staff as we may have needed. Um And then you know, we couldn't get voters through as quickly as possible because we couldn't have so many people in the room due to the cova 19 crisis, right, So we had to make sure There weren't too many people where we can risk infection. Right? So it was a lot. You know, A lot of voters came, which I'm glad about, But you know we were. We had a line out the door. In the time we open to one o'clock when we closed, so it was It was definitely a trying experience. You know we could. It was wall to wall so we couldn't get breaks. I was so happy when I got home and was able to eat. Oh, very happy very that I live with my parents currently, and they actually got a barbecue that I was a great reward for the long day. It actually was a lot of work, a lot of mental work just staying up in processing people because you know, making sure somebody's information is essential for their vote to be counted. So It was definitely ahhh. I intend to the experience from sunup to sundown. Seeing the need for experience. Poll workers firsthand. Evan founded the Georgia Youth Poll Worker Project started off just me in an instagram. And a Google form. And what I did was I reached out to my county election officials and say, Hey, do you guys do poll workers are young people And of course they all said Yes. So then I used Instagram as well as my connections at Georgia State specifically through the honors College and Andrew Young school to help get a lot of students recruited to work. And then the project kind of took off from there. I can say proudly that since we started and I'm actually taking him right now. We have recruited 474 poll workers for the election since July 1st. Evan Marlboro is a 2020 graduate of Georgia State University and founder of the Georgia Youth Poll Worker Project. You can find them on Instagram at.

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"georgia state" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"georgia state" Discussed on KOMO

"For Thursday and Friday and right now, Sunday looks like the best day of the weekend Saturday with a few clouds in a few showers right now in downtown Seattle. We're up to 69 degrees Cos time. 11 15 Stay connected. Stay informed. The Northwest on Ly 24 hour news station KOMO News and these are stories we're following with Bill O'Neill at the editor's desk. I'm Tom Cutler. Thanks for joining us today. Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden valves to combat climate change with a multi trillion dollar plan to make the US carbon free by 2035. He plans to put $2 trillion toward green energy and infrastructure during his first presidential term. Western U. S. Colleges in universities are teaming up to sue the Trump Administration for trying to deport international students taking online classes, the Trump administration trying to pull the immigration status of those not attending in person classes. But the lawsuit claims schools arranged for online learning to keep students safe during the pandemic come on, whose time 11 16 Democrats in Texas have been largely unsuccessful in races for statewide office for years. Season new openings in 2020. The question know how to take advantage there and around the country. Political reporter Jenna Johnson is closely watching watching today's U. S Senate primary runoff and joins me on the Cohen who's on Hello, Jenna. Hello. Thank you for having me. Absolutely. This is ah interesting race pits to Democrats and an old guard African American state senator against a former Republican who happens to be a woman and a Combat veteran Better. O'Rourke's Senate fight with Ted Crew two years ago showed some Republican weakness in Texas. Is any of what happened then a factor today. Yeah, exactly. Texas has been One little lady, but quickly trending more liberal. You have a lot of people who are moving there who are Democrats and you also have a lot of young people who are turning 18 Andi, where Democrats Aaron are registering. So for a long time, Democrats had been watching Texas as thinking. You know, at some point, we might have the numbers of people. We need to start winning statewide there again and do kind of bed up in 2018 when you saw battle work, um, just become a superstar down there in come very close to beating Ted Cruz. In that same election, Democrats flipped choose suburban congressional district, and they also picked up 12 seats in the Texas House, kind of speeding up the transformation to now we're in 2020 and Democrats are wondering Can we do that again? We go even further. This time they know that it's a little bit more difficult in a presidential year men in a midterm election Senator John Cornyn is the one who will be on the ballot This time. They're hoping that that maybe they could beat him. It is still a long shot. Um, he's still ahead in a lot of the early polls that we've seen, but there's just a lot of optimism that if they can just get enough people registered and enough people out Voting that that maybe they can start winning statewide there. John Cornyn's an institution, a longtime senator there, so that's who the winner will face on, of course, winning a primary a lot different than winning the general election. Times are changing, Given the calls for police reform, which girl ever louder and the continuing Corona virus pandemic. Would this race be somewhat of a laboratory experiment for Democrats across the country? Every election kind of turns into a case study in what do Democratic voters want? And for a long time National Democrats thought That their best bet for beating Cornyn, Texas, I would be a M. J. Hager Ah, she's a she's in her forties. She's a mom of two young kids. She's worked in the healthcare industry. She's combat veteran. She's kind of edgy. She's a political outsider. She has tattoos. She kind of fits this mold of Candidates. We saw having a lot of success during the 2018 election, you know, But she is facing a really difficult runoff election because another candidate in the race who kind of has felt overlooked by national Democrats up until now, state Senator Royce West is picking up a lot of momentum. He is black. He has been pushing for years for civil rights reforms in Texas. He's the guy that got Bodycam legislation passed in a Republican states on DH. He's seeing a lot of new support for his candidacy. He still had far less money than she does. But today we're going to see which one of them wins this runoff and, you know, we'll see who wins and we'll see what we can can learn from this. Like our Democratic voters. Shifting in a little bit in the leaders that they want to put forward. We've got a busy day, Jenna. Thanks for sharing part of it with us. Jenna were Jenna Johnson, with the Washington Post, Keeping an eye on the U. S. Senate primary runoff. In the Lone Star State. Now 11 20 propel insurance business Update time and your money now with Ross Okay, flame, higher gas and food prices for the first increase in the cost of consumer goods.

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"georgia state" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"georgia state" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"That it what the hell this is a Georgia state lawmaker Erica Thomas who was a Saturday the seven seven said that eight an angry white man got mad at her because she had more items that were allowed in an express lane and he told her to she says quote go back where you came from all in the media love this they thought oh my gosh trumps America what's wrong with this story there's no purpose and even fact checking anything let's just wrong with it that sounds great Bob this is why we win the award yes it is Dave let's run this story like a resource okay this evil white man he probably was in America had can we say that well we want to make sure that we actually have some doctored photo of in America had first Bob posted this video to her Facebook account what sort what store they even at their grocery store right and so this is where it gets crazy it gets crazy and I need y'all to hang on because it gets nuts so WSB TV in Atlanta they were there they decided they had to go I don't she should go back to this I guess they went back to the store it's the Cobb county grocery store and they state Rep Erica Thomas she recorded this emotional Facebook video that you just heard I was that it was a pub it was that she says it happened at a Publix in Mableton I like the Cobb county grocery store I don't know why they have two different stores neighbor if they're the same thing but that's beside the point so she said she was waiting in expressing with her daughter when this man just immediately came up to her and just laid indoor no provocation whatsoever so WSB TV sent Christian Jennings to interview Thomas about the incident and they said let's go to Publix and talk about it well hell's bells guess who was there Eric sparkle sparks said this is miss an L. Eric sparks who is who was also there in the parking lot at Publix and he said this and then they got into it so let's listen to what he had to say about this first I walked in the fall the.

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"georgia state" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"georgia state" Discussed on PRI's The World

"And these echo chambers are really feeding off of one another. Mia bloom, professor at Georgia State University. Thanks very much as always Mark. Thank you for having me, remember hurricane Irma. That was a storm that preceded hurricane Maria in two thousand seventeen slamming islands in the Caribbean. A one two punch residents of Mozambique in southern Africa are facing themselves. A one two punch right now cyclone Kenneth follows e day making it the second massive cyclone to hit Mozambican the last six weeks, Katie Wilkes is with the international federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent societies she's in Mozambique right now, I gather the cyclone made landfall evening local time, where are you Katie? And what can you tell us about the impact of Kenneth so far? So right now, I'm embarrassed Mozambique. I've been here for the past four weeks in response to cyclone e day. And what we know right now is that cyclone Kenneth is on its way to make landfall in the northern part of the country. So right now, we do have Red Cross and Red Crescent volunteers in staff pre-positioned, which is. Allowed us to go out into the communities to give them proper warning to make sure that we're there during what is proving to be a pretty destructive storm on to hear people are employed. But I got the storm intensified really quickly like going from a tropical storm to a cut four cyclone in just thirty six hours. So how much were people there Mozambicans caught by surprise? So this is the first of all a country that is incredibly resilient and cyclones are definitely not a new thing for this country. That being.

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"georgia state" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"georgia state" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This also is one of the things that ISIS has been preparing they post how to videos not just how to build a bomb, but we're to stab on a person's body that's going to cause the most damage as the caliphate territorially has declined they have increased their desire to project their power throughout the world. What do you think the highly organized nature of the attacks tells us about this group? I mean, multiple cities several different targets in order to have a coordinated attack of this sophistication you need more than a handful of days. I was a little circumspect about blaming Christ's church. My suspicion is that the attacks were originally planned against Buddhist targets there had been some sectarian violence in late twenty eighteen there had been defaced things of Buddhist statues that led to rioting against the Muslim communities in Sri Lanka. But then after Christ's church, I think it was switched. I said I'm going to Buddhist temple. They send them to a church, and then they coordinated for maximum carnage the morning of Easter so these suspected attackers free Lanka because what we know now probably had resources, right? They had money. How does that change the narrative of planning this coordinated attack? Well, if the individual bombers come from families with means they don't necessarily need to have money coming from outside. I think that's gonna be one of the things that the sherline can security services are going to have to look at where they self-funded because they were coming from wealthy families. Or did they get some start up money from abroad? But we also know from nine eleven that the most expensive elements of nine eleven where the airplane tickets, the bombs themselves are not necessarily expensive to fabricate one of the things that has been suggested is because she long has a long history with suicide bombing with the Tamil Tigers that maybe this technology or know how was fairly. Widespread? Do you think Islam extremism and far right extremism are starting to feed off each other? Absolutely. There's so many commonalities when you look at the kinds of people that are attracted to these groups the kinds of images that they share the kinds of ideologies. They hate you as people the hate gay people, the hate liberals hate women. I mean, it is really interesting to see the overlap, but I also think that there's a call and response because the moment you have an extreme right-wing conduct an operation, which will incentivize jihadis to conduct an operation, which then justifies the extreme right wings xenophobia hatred of refugees or hatred of Muslims. It just goes back and forth and keeps ramping up with every iteration, and these echo chambers are really feeding off of one another. Mia bloom, professor at Georgia State University. Thanks very much as always Mark. Thank.

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"georgia state" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"georgia state" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The Ford hybrid Toyota Prius. Well, look at this though is a range of six thousand miles that fits well. With the green new deal, doesn't it? Thanks, Joe take. You're right there. Hey, guys on the heels of this college cheating scandal. I'm not trying to laugh about it. But this story just popped out called from seeking arrangements dot com. The Tom wire seeking arrangements dot com. Dating site. Right. Well, maybe you know, if we're all going to get fired if you're looking at porn on the camp. No, no. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No, no. Well, as far as I know, I haven't clicked on anything. Cover seeking arrangement. We get colleges. We get lists of colleges with the best worst degrees. The best parties their list. Everything. The latest is the top US colleges with students that have sugar daddy sugar mamas. Oh sugar daddies, a well-to-do usually older man who supports your spins lavishly on a girlfriend mistress or boyfriend. So is this more commonly known as a pimp category? You click on do you want to send your kid to call? Let me let me go to seeking arrangements dot com. Oh, no. I've already got I'm saying I haven't logged in under his username. Seeking dot com. Here we go fastest growing sugar baby schools of two thousand nine hundred I'll get to those in a minute says here more than forty two million Americans have student loan debt. Meanwhile, the average depth per student rose by five percent in two thousand eighteen to nearly forty thousand. Okay. The US has the largest combined number of sugar daddy and sugar. Mommy, relationships on the dance side. There are almost two million. Dudes are putting up money on the sugar Malla side. There's almost four hundred thousand. Sugar baby females way ahead of the males eight point four million sugar females that are receiving money sugar baby males three million eight hundred ninety two and that doesn't include student athletes in college. I'm saying I'm saying that last part, so who are the champions of these categories. Okay. So basically students registered on seeking arrangement get help paying for tuition and even more benefits. That's what it says. Oh, it's tuition with benefit finding the right sugar. Daddy can help students gain access to the right network. It opportunities. College sugar babies can also get help paying for other college related costs such as books and housing. So apparently, this is a real thing who knew and as I mentioned, there are almost eight point four million women that are receiving some kind of funding from these people and males almost four million there. So number one is Georgia State University. Thirteen and three thousand nine hundred four students are receiving some kind of help from what they describe as a sugar daddy or sugar, mama. Okay. University of central Florida. Well, that makes sense forty two thousand strong there. They have a thousand sixty eight next is the university of Alabama. They have it all task central Florida has national championship and footsie. Central Florida just did better than Alabama in something else. Yeah. There you go. Alabama's third roll tide Florida state university's fourth. That's not shocking shocking. They're not number one. Are you seeing a trend here? They're all southern school university of Florida's number five. Okay. Now, we go to for some reason Rutgers University of six California State University Fullerton where people still go to Rutgers. It's the university who is the top school Georgia State University. Is that is? Yeah. In fact, a football though, there are they in the southern conference. I believe so double-check Georgia Southern I think their football team plays. Wait. Did you say Georgia state or Georgia? Georgia state is number one. Okay sugar daddies because it's Georgia states the one that took over the Braves old stadium back into a football field area. Yeah. Let's see real quick. You got a Nevada Las Vegas eighth North Texas ninth Missouri's, Ted, west Virginia's eleventh Cincinnati. You see is number twelve number thirteen university of southern California where I know that they're probably ahead of that curve say there's probably a lot more money USC than they're admitting San Francisco state's fourteenth UCLA fifteenth Columbia University sixteen.

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"georgia state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

09:18 min | 3 years ago

"georgia state" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"One one five FM seven twenty DWI and all over the west coast straight out of Vegas, baby. And my main man Johnny spinning the heads west Reynolds studio. Follow him on Twitter out was Ronald one. Brad powers on the pregamEcom celebrity guests on at bradpowers seven. We're rolling through college hoops as we do on a Friday night. And of course, we've got four basketball tournaments the wack WCC mountain west conference in the Pac twelve all going to be in Vegas over the next few weeks. It's a great place to be. And we know a lot of you'll be making it in your when you make it here folks, just park your car and don't worry about it between the great cab service that we have here the limos. I mean, the public transportation, and of course, who left you don't need the risk anything if you're going to be out enjoying yourselves and having a couple of drinks just make sure that you know, drinking and driving. We get that out there and not to preach to you. But just because we don't want you to ruin your time or anybody else's time when you're enjoying Las Vegas. All right. The guys are rolling through the college basketball. On this Friday night for Saturday's card. We pick it up. And we are where are we was Arkansas Little Rock and Georgia state, exactly. And Georgia state Ron hunters team. I made them is crazy. I made them a much higher favorite, then they came out, and I made them. In fact, I need them is when I'm off. It's a nine point line. I made him a fourteen point favorite in this game. Brad. I I mean, sometimes, you know, I'm off. I mean, I don't use the power rankings. I just do the, you know, the I and and follow these teams in Arkansas Little Rock a team that got beat by about fifteen sixteen the other night against Georgia Southern Georgia, Southern Georgia state. They usually beat up on the lower echelon teams from the sun belt by about the same amount of points. Your take on this one Georgia stayed at home minus nine. Yeah. And I don't have a big of a difference as you UK, but you know, you're ratings, and I post all mind each and every week all three hundred fifty three teams, I got more at the ten and a half range. So for me, I agree with you Georgia state for me would be the lane here and west the only way that I think Arkansas Little Rock covers again, they play Georgia Southern's pace the other night. And it worked out a pulled within seven in the second half of southern got a back up to fifteen sixteen and cruised again same thing if they play one of these ugly games in the in the high fifties. Then Arkansas a little rock's probably going to cover the game because Georgia state will get frustrated. But though, you know, they'll they'll end up winning the game by six or seven and it'll be like sixty three to fifty seven somewhere in that neighborhood. But if they can get Arkansas a Little Rock the Trojans to go up and down the court a little bit. There's just too much offensive firepower for the Panthers. Yeah. And I think that's probably what they're gonna do. My lean would be to the over here and keep in mind, Georgia state, all along with Georgia. The southern one back in the sunbelt of Texas State. There you go in those too close against each other in statesboro, Georgia Southern being the home team state got him in the first game next game on the docket. We've got northern Kentucky coming off a nice win. But drew McDonald? They're big guy twenty points ten boards game. He's questionable self doesn't go. This could be a tough game. Especially at Green Bay. Green. Bay comes off the win at home against right state. There was no line initially out on this game. Let me see if they've got one. Yes. Northern Kentucky is a three point favorite one fifty five and a half. Brad. Any update is Forrest McDonald? I mean, the lying says it looks like he's gonna play. I mean or the early overnight line not factoring gain a coup accordingly. And because of that I'll take the value with Green Bay here. I know they're off a big upset. But I mean that could be a confidence boosting upset it'd be one of the two best teams in their is. And why why not go for the double double here and beat the best team in the league northern Kentucky. You're right. Nice bounce back win for them the other night after arguably one of the bigger upset losses. We've seen in college basketball this year, losing the Cleveland state last week. I think it's a dangerous spot back to back road trips getting into Green Bay air, plus the three and being the gentleman that Brad powers is again. There was a line on that game somewhere between seventeen and eighteen whatever. And Brad like, well, you know, if you're gonna take this number, whatever and Cleveland state wins it straight up. Trust me. I got texts all over the place from now on. What was that line on that game? Did you even it didn't matter how many points? I mean. Unbelievable. The north very very good at home. But very impressive effort by the Vikings of Cleveland state to get the outright win. And if you parlayed them with boy, there was another one there were two teams that you had a plus eleven hundred I think on Cleveland state, and plus eight fifty on another one could have made a nice little meant on a two team Moneyline. Pour les. What about it was? Yeah. For me. I mean, these are such tough games. Because there's I mean the team that has to win, you know, the you're gonna play pay a premium for and northern Kentucky and writes state or both tied with in the horizon league. But some of the teams that have to win don't necessarily win. And I would lean with the Green Bay. There you go. Meanwhile, Arkansas at home in Fayetteville there's a pick out there. But at William Hill right now, it's Arkansas minus one one forty seven Mississippi coming in their Kermit Davis off that game where you know, the fans just gonna blew a gasket there. Ole miss losing a tough one at home sitting at twenty eight against the number nineteen and nine straight up Arkansas even up five hundred fourteen and fourteen against the number twelve and sixteen was we'll start with you on this one Arkansas at home. Do they rise to the Cajun and get a W? Oh god. I don't know who shows up here. I mean, how does ole miss react off off that loss to Tennessee and the kind of that controversial ending? And then you have an Arkansas team that was up fifteen in the second half, and rob arena and couldn't get it done. I mean, your guess is as good as mine is who's going to show up. Yeah. Brad games. Like this in west makes a good point. Because you just don't know where these teams are out again, another one that if I were gonna get involved I'd probably want to watch some of the game again volved in running. Yeah. You know, what I made the line one? That's where it's at. So I agree with you guys. Although I've seen this. You know, Mississippi, I mean, probably more focused on the the ending of that game. And to me, it was clear that right 'cause I thought it was abysmal the reaction from both the head coach Davis. And then the fan base there sound like there was any controversy whatsoever. On the call was the correct calls, and it was an easy call to be made there. So for that. I mean, at least give Arkansas credit, I know, they blew the big league. But I had concerns and whether or not they were they given up on our coaches on RT, Dan or some relief. They showed some fight. And if I had to get involved in. There you go, meanwhile, Wisconsin at home Kolarina, minus seven and a half, but only seven at William Hill. Total one thirty and a half a Penn State team that throttled Maryland and Penn State team. That's playing good solid basketball right now chambers team foreign one straight up four one in their last five while Wisconsin against the spread going the other way. Oh four. One. What about was? Yeah. Gimme Penn State here. That would be my lean. I think they've kind of figured out something, and they went into Illinois team that was playing really well beat Illinois on the road, then rebound and really dominated Maryland. It was even more wide than the final score. And you're the one by seventeen by thirty. I think and I can yes. And so I mean could be a rebound spot from Wisconsin. But I mean, I think that it was a tough loss at Indiana. They're I know the badger fans they got jobbed by the officiating. So, you know, maybe there's a little hangover there. I would lean with the Nittany lions, Brad. Yeah. Consensus here. I'll take Penn State. They've been playing really, well, you mentioned the KT and Wisconsin is not the type of team. I wanna lay a big number with their so stodgy on the opposite side of the ball. I'll take the Nittany lions or playing some of the best basketball in the big ten right now, the more Stevens is the real deal, man. If he gets off to a good start that kid is just fun to watch Penn State again west, you know, this they will be dangerous in that first game in the big ten tournament. I noticed one of the top teams going to be looking down and going gosh, dang. I don't wanna play them Nittany lions because they're on a roll now. No, no way. I mean, you're gonna have a couple teams like that. I mean, maybe Illinois. Maybe it's Indiana. One of those teams that are going to be around the nine ten eleven seeing the big ten tournaments going to knock somebody off. There you go. Meanwhile, Oklahoma looking for a little revenge taking on West Virginia. They lost in Morgantown Lon. Kruger's team minus ten and a half. Now, there's a couple of tens out there, but mostly ten and a half. And I'm actually seen an eleven out there as well. The William Hill US has ten and a half. One forty two and a half. Brad start with you on this one Sooners trying to get a little revenge against beat up huggy bear team. And West Virginia team kudos for them. They got the overtime win over teach you, but a three overtime win with a short handed team to be detrimental, especially traveling here. Oklahoma not the team I wanna lay doubles with. But there's one spot to do it. It'd be here. I it's just Sooners are not the same here. And this is an Oklahoma team. That's still desperate for a win. I mean, some still have them in the tournament. But I think they need a couple more winds to ensure their spot. Evansville, Addow Bono, valpo, be careful because physique is and Golder. They combined for twenty points, eight boards. Both questionable physique is was out for a while..

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