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"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Eternally grateful but you know I I you know robin organization it is is one the largest probably fighting organizations in in the country and we think about the role that poverty plays inside of inside of our society that it's it's it's traumatic of facts and impacts on on everything that we see one of the things that you've always focused on is on this concept of brain development and and and how exactly are we are we exercising this muscle how are we creating platforms that every child every young for every person has a chance to exercise that moved a muscle in a and and liberating way and we think about this role that these disparities play in our in our larger society there are some people who say that you know what understanding those discrepancies that's not my issue that's not my thing and and for you who is you who is taking such a lead on educating not just our current or future leaders in our society how do we help people to understand how are we training our our our our our scholars to understand the role they each and every one of them have to play in addressing some of the societal schisms regardless of what occupation they go into a regardless what a what a what field of profession that they choose it's sure you know I I I go to economics for a moment just to say all we need do is look at the any income inequality challenge in our society and the large the millions of Americans of all races that are in the bottom group and how that group rose all the time as we you see well just at the top more and more exponentially at the top and the challenge is a structural challenge as we think about how we help our children with education which is a piece of it but there are other issues that our society needs to appreciate and that is the advantage is that those of us who are entitled to all kinds of advantages that we have well that's about housing all of loans or it's about ways of building our families so understanding the devastating impact of things like poverty and race and gender discrimination can help us understand how solving those problems will lift this all up as a society for for my campus was been amazing to me is that our colleagues for a long time for years and years have known we need to be talking with working with focused on people in our inner city area and other places where we have challenges throughout the state of Maryland and what that means is looking at ways of helping children to learn are we and looking at public policy we focus a lot on public policy will education policy all we in grad school programs in researching grants that we get our in looking at this is a finance looking at issues involving healthcare on it and so there is this need for a broader understanding by the public all all of the ways in which property for example has that negative impact including what in H. tells us now about the learning process the issue of stress and its relationship to learning and yet what I can tell you is as we work on our programs from first generation kids coming to college to children who've been first time offenders we see the strip of those children we see their ability to think and how we can hone those skills we work with schools in Baltimore from Lincoln elementary to some of the other schools and are seeing scores wearing I've been reading and math we are we develop programs designed to help leaders are the Sherman scholars is amazing program involving young math and science teachers people with majors will work in middle schools for example and those people work in the schools they help those children America needs to look at performance of children understand if they're not doing well then it's a more complicated matter than the estimate not this simply not studying and working it's much more complicated than that we have to give teachers more support for example while working on that in our state we have to find ways of having outcome but yeah I'll come on accountability that will be relate to most importantly related to the support we give to teachers and children and families I and if that support that can make a big difference Freeman about ski on afterwards and she's been radio his book the empowered university interviewed by Westmore C. 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L. of Robin Hood yes and you know and and speaking of of of support it's a very interesting also knowing what support do we need what support do we ask for right and you know there there's a great a great story in your in your book and and and I want to turn to it it's it's on page seventy one and it's in the chapter about greeting greatness yes what you're talking about how the time you were the interim president off this is nineteen ninety two and now and governor William Donald Schaefer who yes the former mayor of Baltimore right then at that point became the governor for the state of Maryland but you met with them and you had a chance to articulate your vision yeah and and what you want to do what you talk it happened and and there's a point here where where he ask you any says after hearing you speak he says Freeman you know what can I do to support your candidacy to become president I'm going to call the regions and ask them to make you the president yeah and and your response was fastened because it at that point I think everybody in natural you response within that sounds great thank you so much miss the governor and your response was that please do not contact the board of regents and the thing that you asked him for was not for a call not for recommendation you asked him for trees yeah yes you asked him pressuring first of all can you talk a little about that if you know anything about politics our governor is always very powerful but what I what I wanted to become president if the region's wanted me to be president I didn't want anyone saying that the governor made them do and we all loved governor G. J. for he was a do it now kind of person we've got a great governor now I do it the same day but this is what I would say to you I knew he didn't have any money but he wanted to show support we were young campus and we were up on the room and I looked around and I knew I needed more we need more green space there and I knew something he had some power or when I said give us trees and it was and he looked at me and smiled and he said I could do that with the proper nouns resources and they did the nice story is before he died I brought him over to pick them up from the senior citizens' place but Charlestown retirement community and war and drove around and I said it was twenty some years had gone by and these little trees that become big beautiful tree and I said governor you did this for us and he got two years it was so it was a just a special a special moment really what thank you know and it's it it's it's also very symbolic because you know you had these these these saplings in the CDS small trees zero into into these mammoth things and frankly trees that will outlast us all yeah that those trees will be on that campus those trees will be here and they'll be looking out for generations and generations and providing shade and support and and it's it's also very emblematic about how we think about higher education and the point and higher is you know and and about the big problems in our society climate change is very real and one of the major things of my campus is the environment whether we're talking about an engineering environment science environment policy we have laws of thousands of students who are working in those areas and large numbers of faculty who are working on environmental issues are whether it's about water on in the Chesapeake Bay all the way over to areas about technology connected to the environment and so all of that fits well when thinking about being powered university to get involved with the problems of society the climate change issues environment would be some of those the one problem I would mention that if I might yeah I think we in American higher education need to look even more carefully at would be out of the relationship now between K. to twelve in universities but the fact that such a large percentage of our students to begin in colleges never graduate and and while we say it's about half the fact is that that distribution is fairly bi modal in other words the wealthiest places you're gonna see eighty ninety percent plus of people start graduating when they get about four years for example but the largest percentage of the public's quite frankly I'm gonna be below forty percent and I am always saying this should not be acceptable to any of us in the twenty five years ago because we were far more computer we have most of the freshmen sophomores on campus and large percentages on campus now living but we've gone for under forty percent to now seventy some percent and if you include those who transferred to other majors that we know about we have to high eighties so we've worked very hard to make sure that students who come to us actually do succeed the other part of that though is that there are certain certain strategies that we need to be using one this course redesign people will hear more more about people who are redesigning course is bad that we understand the lecture method is only one way of delivering that there's a need for more active learning if you look at the UBC chemistry discovery center you'll see students working in groups use of technology real time kind of assessment going on use of the bow tech companies on campus and making the the education as exciting as possible I often ask people to question about taking twelve and universities are how many of you know students will board in school just bored you know so being able to help students appreciate the excitement of.
"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Is a cost-effective tiny singing the vendors raving generate electronic invoice English defenders who can pay through horse bills for just fifty cents turn out on work in yes with our have our team take over or continuing yourself check out a video tutorial on the questions continue to get started today for free or spills dot com toll free number eight hundred eight nine four six four three times including the Great Champions and inspired unforgettable memories and maybe let your cash ticket to over the years we even have a former child prodigy here a superstar the Davis afternoon delights and kept us on the lights absolutely galloping in Hollywood paternity these are the champions that help out the horses that might not have wanted one race but always try just as hard come visit them all at all friends when you're in Kentucky or at our Bobby Frankel Division old friends and Saratoga I know it'll be glad to see good old friends equine dot org or call us at five to eight six three seventeen seventy five bringing the biggest stories sleep with scheme siriusxm learning we're back at the races twenty minutes into the Monday get together and normally we're talking about the first two couple of great one recaps at this juncture however ever a great one set of negotiations at the absolute highest levels of the Maryland and Baltimore for governments and the Anna Rundle County Baltimore County road all the way to the State House and stronach group and everybody involved breeders that Cetera all coming together to announce an amazing perspective landman mark plan to change things at them look at Laurel and elsewhere Alan Foreman joins US and of course Allen at the center of all the this Alan I hope I can say congratulations and make it stick good morning I agree with you Steve Good morning hang on what a great weekend for thoroughbred racing of thoroughbred racing and four thoroughbred racing on so many levels. This was a really good weekend I couldn't agree more and that included on track and and this BC news and there's actually some things I think this week that there are some other shoes at the fall and we'll also have to talk about the MIDLANTIC group That had the meeting at a Delaware mid week that actually part of the recent spate of uptick positives but let's talk about this deal Alan and when the when the seeds were planted there had been acrimony that dissipated and a real estate even better than anybody that when you come to the preakness every year the conversation automatically shifts to which what's with Kemoko what's going to happen the pregnancy is gonna stay what's going to happen to the dilapidated building that's falling apart the toilets don't flush the winter means break the electric goes down `just everyone knew it was unsuitable facility for racing the question was how to solve the problem and astronomers made a decision and the legislative session last year to push for the closure of tomato and the move of the preakness tomorrow and that was an ill advised decision made by some executive no longer with the company but nonetheless forced the issue in the state legislature and it really set off an acrimonious debate in our state capital over the future of the horse racing industry future to go in the future greatness and from that was a lawsuit that was brought by the mayor the former mayor and city of Baltimore against the stronger group seeking to condemn the mcco eminent domain the property and essentially strip the strike group of its hold on the preakness and the future of the preakness I don't believe the litigation would have been successful but nonetheless tempers flared there was a sense that may be industry shouldn't be getting the revenues that it's getting from gaming to support the industry particularly the strike or and so acrimonious litigation began and at the preakness the the new mayor of Baltimore and Belinda Strana Cata conversation and essentially it was can maybe have some conversations to see if we can find some way to solve this problem and Belinda Toyota Allen Ripken who has had a history not only horseracing representing the Francis Family previously and I've dealt with Alan for more than thirty years though serially and frankly but Allen at one time was chief counsel to Governor William Donald Schaefer who bill came towards created on stadium is already and asked Allen to talk to the warriors from the city to see what could be done and they troy negotiated a hundred and twenty days standdown period was Allen said he had some ideas on how he thought we could move forward and they agreed to that and Allen Shit I wanna put a group together who I wanna work with who I think can perhaps put something together and he called me and he said I need your help I we've got to stand down period in this litigation I assume ideas about how we might be able to solve this I need you I need your expertise and horse racing and the the third leg of the stool was bill Cole was asked to represent Baltimore city hit former director of the Baltimore Economic Development Corporation city councilman former delegated dynamic young guy who loves the city of Baltimore and he looked inactivity involved in the Maryland Stadium with already study at Pimlico that we've talked about previously and the three of us put together and there was a with individual a a an unsung hero. All this Anthony Maggie narrows CNN form rubs Baltimore City and is a very wealthy man but he's committed to eradicate poverty in our cities I mean particularly focused on on the voice of the Park Heights area and to love the state in methodic plan and wanted to ensure that the preakness which stood up and Anthony you know offered us numerous resources and we began in the middle of June. What we're highly confidential discussion some nobody knew about this what's amazing it's up until we broke the story Saturday it blindsided everyone we just went behind closed doors we engaged experts we had populace former h okay architecture firm which built camden yards we brought financial experts in and we have a certain basics doc state to this number one we knew that whatever we did could not involve state money would never sell number two to make this work Belinda would probably have to donate the properties that something would have to be done with the properties to ensure protection of the craziness going forward and most importantly from my standpoint with whatever we were GONNA DO Co. which pretty much meant there would be no year round racing or stabling comeback Oh we had to consolidate which is what distracts wanted to do I think the industry felt needed to happen we needed to consolidate our training and racing operations Laurel Laurel and Dewey and that's starting point and as we work through this realized that wasn't financially feasible to do billy that we needed to do a training facility Laurel and it just snowballed from scrape off the the property with a new clubhouse to a total scrape of Laurel and a new clubhouse at world new backstretch laurel the addition of a synthetic surface Civil had three surfaces safest racing will be able to accommodate fifteen hundred horses you'll have new housing were backstretch people badly needed it's a it was a once in a lifetime opportunity to do something for horse racing that I don't know we'll keep located elsewhere but something new doc getting rid of these big old behemoth facilities rebuilding your back stretches modernizing your industry for the future and in doing this we potentially protected the Maryland racing industry for the next thirty years and allows us to control our fate bromate track owner whether it's strand group or church or anyone else who would had second thoughts about whether they want to be involved in racing gives us brand new facility beans and totally reinvigorates business. I really believe Maryland will become the epicenter of the racing industry when this is done you know you mentioned the Lord A portion of this which I think was lost on a lot of people unless you really delved into all the specifics of the plan and it it really does benefit stronach group in terms of what their long-term strategy concept was and then the the -tunities to keep the preakness at Pimlico and then utilize the property as the lynch pin of a an Tiv- to to help the community and of course the hospital Sinai involved in it as well as the physical plant Allen talk about that I the foremost in terms of what you know what's going to happen because there are so many innovative elements to this it it just seems like everybody that brought a blue sky component got it installed into the into the plane yeah that's what we try to do is if you could start from scratch and if you could design facility that takes the sitting empty year round with big open space with nothing to do in a community that really want something done we had the opportunity you to do it you know I it really was a very creative exercise go one of the things that I learned and I've learned Alan Rifkin who's involved in splits franchise is baseball other sports is this the consumer today doesn't want a seat and sit in seat all day they wanna get up and they WANNA be able to move around so building first of all there was no chance that they were going to build a building just for a short pregnant I mean just couldn't be functional doesn't make sense or otherwise and what you do today and see it at PGA Dolphin dance and you considered other sporting events is they overload the property with which can recall a temporary seating but they're suites and seating areas there is better as nice as any place you would ever want to go you wouldn't know the difference coach and the theory was that we didn't need a big building we could build a multipurpose building with a year round off track betting or satellite simulcast betting center restaurants ULTA purpose use for the building with the building could be used year round but still have a piece of property that could accommodate you know seventy five eighty ninety one hundred thousand people and so every aspect of the property taxes that into consideration for just the preakness me for example There you'll have some seating in the building but you'll have switched they'll have overlays they'll be section built out all around the race track there will be seating on the inside of the racetrack with areas of Royal Ascott has an area at the third turn that is the most popular places to Ray Schalk we're going to build something similar to that the Infield we'll have we'll have a firm that has built so that you'll be able to sit on the arm you'll be able to watch the races completely from at the end it's going in fact for many racetracks you're going to be able to watch the entire race the clubhouse will be raised what you're you're sitting at Tom McCall you can't see crystal versus coming across you know the the the first stretch run because it's blocked by tents and and all all different things the infield festival can't watch the horse rates that's all going to go away there will be athletics it's on the infield which swing bridges that will take people from the community to the Infield.
"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Bemoans mirror pews scandal. By the way. Did you see read the they're now going to memorialize former mayor and Governor William Donald Schaefer? Complete with his Mattamy jumped into the pool for the swim with his and bathing suit and his rubber Duckie there. No going to memorialize him in that there's going to be a apparently of a mural of the whole thing that's going to be at the national aquarium today. The mural commemorating the bureau, I should say commemorating that famous movie on Vail at the aquarium local artist Joe shepherds Schafer's splash will go on display in a private ceremony beginning at seven this evening. It was tagged. The splash heard round the world Schaefer stunt, greedy with tremendous good humor by city in a better time than a better place. And of course, now today, you wouldn't even think about doing something like that. Because you know, you probably get shot in in the process of doing it. But. Statue outside the grant would have been great. Tribute to the former mayor governor wonder if America eight will be included in that McNeil. Remember that it was who played the mermaid. That's a good question. I don't know. I was there that day the cover that. But I don't know who she was to be honest with you. All right, if she's still around maybe she can call into the program, you know, that was about what thirty five forty years ago. Yeah. Well, she looked to be in the pictures. You looked to be fairly young woman in the picture. Maybe she's still around. So, but, you know, used if you spend your life of the water age. CBS six eighty our number one eight hundred six eighty if you want to join us this morning still to come. We are going to talk about Bernie and curse Zillow Bram out there in the Medicare for all which is really a choice for none in how many taxes are involved in. This oughta local stories that we're going to cover here as well, including how Bernie became so rich Bernie became a millionaire. He's saying it was due to his book sales, or whatever the case may be. It's coming up on six fifty ten minutes now.
"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"That's elder. Joanna Shenandoah with harpist Bambi Niles. She is one wonderful lady. And you can follow for comments on her and others at Twitter and F B. Welcome back to twenty-first-century radio. I'm Dr Bob, and or are executive producer and research assistant coordinator, and our engineer is Anita. Brockton in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight seventy nine eighty my wife doctors a HARA and I traveled to Egypt to establish assist. Sister city relationship with Luke's or and Alexandria Egypt. At the request of our mayor later Governor William Donald Schaefer with the support of Egypt's president Anwar, El Sadat. Dan, Shafer was a great admirer of the pyramids and sphinx later visited Egypt himself where our focus tonight both hours. We'll be Dr Robert shock and Robert devolves book origins of the sphinx published by international international traditions. Now. Robert Duvall who's not going to be with us tonight is a construction engineer earned his higher national diploma at the university of south Bank, London. United Kingdom he worked in many countries in the Middle East and Africa and began studying Egyptology in one thousand nine hundred eighty three the author of numerous bestsellers, including the Orion mystery and black Genesis he lives in Spain. Our guest tonight is of course, Dr Robert Chuck PHD. Dr shock is a full time. Faculty member at Boston University since nineteen Eighty-four he earned his doctorate in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and geology and geophysics at Yale University. In addition to his teaching duties shock serves as the director of the newly established as established institute for the study of the origins of civilization at Boston university's college of general studies now in the early nineteen ninety shock stunned the world with his geological analysis of the great sphinx of Egypt demonstrating that monument. As well as the walls of its enclosure bears, the scars of extreme water weathering and erosion as. Egypt. Egypt has known hyper arid climactic conditions for the past five millennia shock concluded that the monument traces its origins to an earlier pre Sahara ethic and a previously unidentified civilization, thus throwing a monkey wrench into the orthodox view of the rise of civilization back in one thousand nine hundred ninety two brother Robert broke that story here on twenty first century radio. And the last time Robert joined us was to discuss his book forgotten civilization the role of solar outbursts in the in our past and future. Also future. He also published by that by the internet entered national international tradition. Jesus was tonight. Inner traditions friends. I gotta tell you this. We have for the last couple of months, we have been working overtime day and night finishing another book on the yellow submarine and working on the Woodstock bus, which is actually taken on enormous amount of our time right now. Well, that book was dedicated to his beloved wife, by the way forgotten civilization. His beloved wife, Catherine or Katie Ulysses as being the inspiration and driving force behind that book, which could not have been written without her. Now, this is an exaggeration, Bob. And Katie are an extraordinary team, which I admire greatly. Welcome back. Robert. Thank you. Thank you very much for that wonderful introduction. Well, would you please share with us? Just why that book could not be written without Katie. Well, she's not only inspiration, but we discussed everything and actually one of the elements. One of the key element is the solar outburst. They ended the last ice age. And really I would say in many ways we discovered that together. And one of the pieces of the puzzle was that we went to Easter Island. We were actually married on Easter Island. So that's a personal thing. But something that Easter Island has is known as the wrong. Go wrong script and the wrong. Go wrong script has puzzled people for decades actually over a century that it's been known. No one's been able to figure it out. What I have been looking at for much of my career is the end of the last ice age what caused the dramatic catastrophe at the end of the last ice age. What wiped out the civilizations at that time? And we now know in this ties in with the strengths that. There was a cycle of civilization. Mission and high culture at the end of the last ice age. Plasma physicist at Los Alamos National laboratory, Dr Anthony Anthony pirata had started to put together really put together that hat-trick lifts engravings around the world. Record it what people saw in the sky during a major solar outbursts. What's coronal, mass rejections solar flares that type of thing which caused a dramatic changes? The warming at the end of the last ice age in something Katie figure it out and put together was that the not only the petroglyphs petroglyphs on Easter on. But the wrong go wrong. Go script itself reflects this is a record of this. And since then I have to say that colleagues at boss Alamos have confirmed that this is the case. So this all build shop the picture of what was happening twelve thousand approximately twelve thousand years ago because with my rich no work on the Spinks that pushed the date of civilization or earlier cycle of civilization back. I think we'll probably talk about that more. But what is really incredible? And I think also we need to learn from it is that this early cycle civilization was decimated twelve thousand years ago. And we now know the answer to it which was a major solar outburst, which you know, Katie was instrumental in. Putting all the pieces together. And I could say a lot about it. But I mentioned this is not just sort of hold. That was interesting back. Then this could happen again. Well, I'm a geologist things that happened in the past to happen. Come around again. In cycles, repeat? Well, we want to award her a PHD from bull winkles. What's the matter? You have you ever heard of Boeing cO rocking the? Rocking booming chorus. Of course Iraqi and they're good friends of ours. Great. Are. So we'll send her PHD from what's the matter? You with all the other stuff we're going to be sending. She will appreciate this. So now, she can be docked another doctor resumes. The Seahawks for Katie. Yeah. Dr Katie and and nineteen what is this two thousand eighteen I'm telling you sleeping, two and three hours a night and writing all the time is really something. Oh, I mean, I'm in another world right now. I'm so glad I'm so glad to talk to you. Again, this stuff. Important. What was that? I'm sorry. What were you gonna say? Robert, I was going to say the pleasure is mine. No, it's back. That was only a few years ago. I remember there was a time when it went on the air over thirty some years, and there was a time when we haven't heard from you for like ten years or something. Well, well, before we start I want to personally, welcome any new internet listeners that we have attracted tonight and hope you come back for more every week and check out our free archives on I tunes there. It's wonderful to have absolutely free that anyone in the world can finally afford them. And there's a lot of terrific shows over the last thirty one years. Well, Robert briefly, tell us about your new book co authored with Robert Duvall, Robert Bavaro, and I have known each other for we were trying to figure this out. Let's say just around over twenty five years. I would sit I would say and in many ways, you know, we've sort of gone parallel paths. We didn't know each other. When we did our initial. Uh-huh. Work very early work within we met shortly after that probably about ninety to ninety three. And I think I heard was I I on your show ninety two. Yup. With that before the internet leased before the internet was big. That's right. That's the world has changed so much. It's changed terribly much. I'll tell you. Yeah. Hey, really has. But Robert von I have known each other since the early nineties because he independent by an independent him. We're working Egypt. He, of course, is known for the Orion correlation theory, which states in very brief summary, and you can read more about this. The listeners can read more about this in our joint book origin says the sphinx, but the Orion correlation is essentially three great pyramids on the Giza plateau correlate with the belt stars of Orion in the sky, which was ah Cyrus representation for Shiraz, according to Incheon dynastic AGIP, but not only do they correlate. With the belt stars in the sky, but their position relative to the Nile reflects the position of the belt stars of Ryan relative to the Milky Way in the sky, not an old kingdom time circa twenty five hundred BC, but more on the order of ten thousand ten thousand five hundred BC, and this suggested that the ancient Egyptians were thinking about that early period. It caused a lot of ruffles among the Egyptologist and other academics. So he was working on that in at the same time are actually got involved in it shortly after he did I was working on the thinks, I'm a geologist. I'm not doing initially archea astronomy what he was doing was archea, astronomy and astronomical correlations. Looking back in time at these correlations. I have been working on the ground geology. Look at weathering looking at erosion on the sphinx on the keesa plateau. I came to the conclusion before I ever met. Really even knew anything about him that this Finks had been weathered not by wind. But by rain by water this had to put it back into earlier period before the, hyper Eric conditions that we see on the. Sahara today. The Giza plateau is on the edge of the Sahara desert. So this was pushing the sphinx fact, thousands of years just as through archea strana me, he was pushing at least something on the Giza plateau thousands of years, and he couldn't say physically was was, but he could see the correlations, and I was working in Saint physically the sphinx goes back to this earlier period. It turns out based on the geology and other analysis that some of the temples associated with the sphinx go back to this earlier period. So we've been working in parallel we serve in interacting. We were in Bulgaria a few years ago. Spending a week plus together in Bulgaria looking at ancient sites. We had been invited by group fair to lend our expertise his argue astronaut expertise my geological expertise, we're sitting in Bulgaria having dinner just chatting, and we serve don's on us. And he brought up I that. Why don't we do book together on the sphinx on the Giza plateau putting our data together? And has as he's always said to me, you know, it's one thing to have astronomical correlations that go back in time, but you really need physical evidence. So we thought put together my physical evidence with his astronomical correlations to really make the case. I hope for once and for all that no one can deny the origin says this things go back to this much earlier, very remote period. And if to begin to put real dates on it, we're talking ten thousand ten thousand five hundred BC at least. Well, you know that when you were reflecting or discussing the the what was going on above in the heavens. And then what was going on down on earth as well? Wonderful demonstration of as above so below you know, it's it's another form another level of alchemy that was going on, of course, Egypt was famous for that. But it's not usually discussed that way. No, in fact, at least one derivation are one one. And I'm not. I'm not saying this is my expertise, but alchemy comes from outcome. It comes from the Egypt. Right. The name each. I mean, that's where alchemy originated alchemy, whether it's a chemical transformation or spiritual transformation, which of course, both aspects classic dynastic. Earlier Egyptians were very interested in. I mean, not only interested really the transformations is was her prime concern. Indeed. Well, it should be our prime concern ourselves. You know are transforming ourselves from just the physical to the higher levels of consciousness, which I think is a good idea you,.
"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on Radical Personal Finance
"They're plato argues that the perfectly just society is one in which an unarmed people exhibit virtue by minding their own business in the performance of their assigned functions while the government of philosopher kings above the law and protected by armed guardians unquestioning in their loyalty to the state engine nears implements and find toons the creation of that society aided and abetted by myths that both hide and justify their two talent terry and manipulation the unarmed life when columnist coral rohan preaches gun control and uses a gun to defend his home when maryland governor william donald schaefer seeks legislation year after year to ban semiotics semi automatic assault weapons whose only purpose we are told is to kill people while he is at the same time escorted by state police armed with large capacity nine millimeter semiautomatic pistols it is not simple hypocrisy it is the workings of that habit of mine possessed by all superior beings who have taken upon themselves the terrible burden of civilising the masses and who understand like our congress that laws are four other people the liberal elite no that they are philosopher kings they know that the people simply cannot be trusted and that they are incapable of just and fair self government that left to their own devices their society will be racing sd sexist homophobic and inequitable and the liberal elite know how to fix things they are going to help us live the good and just life even if they have to lie to us and force us to do it and they detest those who stand in their way the private ownership of firearms is a rebuke to this utopian zeal to own firearms is to affirm that freedom and liberty are not gifts from the state it is to reserve final judgement about whether the state is encroaching on freedom and liberty to stand ready to defend that freedom with more than mere words and to stand outside the state's totalitarian reach.
"governor william donald schaefer" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Nineteen seventy eight seventy nine eighty my wife doctors hara and i travelled to egypt to establish assist sister city relationship with luke sure and alexandria egypt at the request of our mayor later governor william donald schaefer with the support of egypt's president anwar el sadat dan shafer was a great admirer of the pyramids and sphinx him later visited egypt himself where are focused tonight both hours will be dr robert shock and robert walls book origins of the sphinx published by international international traditions now robert of all who's not going to be with us tonight is a construction engineer earned his higher national diploma at the university of south bank london united kingdom he worked in many countries in the middle east and africa and began studying egyptology and 1983 the author of numerous bestsellers included india ryan mystery and black genesis he lives in spain our guest tonight is of course dr robert schoch phd dr shock is a fulltime faculty member at boston university since nineteen eightyfour he earned his doctorate nineteen 83 in geology and geophysics at yale university in addition to his teaching duties shock serves as the director of the newly establishes established institute for the study of the origins of civilization at boston university's college of general we'll studies now in the early 1990s shock stunned the world with his geological analysis of the great sphinx of egypt demonstrating that monument as well as the walls of its enclosure bears the scars of extreme water weathering and erosion as geagea eddie egypt as egypt has known hyper arad climactic conditions for the past five millennia shock concluded that the monument traces its origins to an earlier pre sahara epic and a previously unidentified civilization thus throwing a monkey wrench into the orthodox view of the rise of civilization will back in 1992 brother robert broke that story here on 21st century radio and the last time robert joined us was to discuss his book forgotten civilization the role of solar outburst in the in our past and future on also future he also published by that by the internet and renew entered national toward international tradition gsa wisdom i inner traditions friends i gotta tell you this we have for the last couple of.