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AP News Radio
Entertainment Update for 3-5
"I'm marchesa and a letter with an entertainment update. And actually make it out of here. Actor Tom sizemore has died in his sleep at a hospital in Burbank, California two weeks after suffering a brain aneurysm. He was 61. Sizemore was known for the movie Saving Private Ryan heat and natural born killers. He dealt with several run ins with the law and substance abuse that destroyed his career. Anybody that says words hurt has never been punched in the face. Chris Rock performs his first stand up special since Will Smith hit him at the Oscars last year. Chris Rock selective outrage streamed live from Baltimore on Netflix Saturday. John mellencamp will donate his memorabilia to Indiana University, which will create a permanent archive of his work and commission a statue of mellencamp that will stand in the fine arts Plaza. I'm Archie's arletta
AP News Radio
Green comet zooming our way, last visited 50,000 years ago
"A comet will get close to earth tomorrow. Most people in the northern hemisphere will be able to spot its green tail. The comet is named C two O two two E three ZTF and it last visited us 50,000 years ago during Neanderthal time. Astronomers Jake foster at the royal observatory says the comet should travel about 26 million miles from earth. Sometimes the planet Venus can get closer to us than that. So we certainly not in any danger at all, but we are just close enough that we can get a quite nice view of it. The harmless green comet is already visible in the northern night sky. The green is caused by the effect of the sun's ultraviolet radiation, shining down onto the comet. Indiana University astronomy professor Catherine piski explains what to look for. The comet will appear as a very faint fuzzy patch. It can be seen with binoculars and small telescopes and possibly the naked eye in the darkest corners of the northern hemisphere. I'm Ed Donahue
They Call Us Bruce
"indiana university" Discussed on They Call Us Bruce
"Now that it's not a white shooter, no one's going to report about this. There won't be any media coverage of it because the media only wants to cover the white shooters, which we all know is completely freaking untrue, right? But again, it is this idea that somehow for these particular gun advocates, these gun controls, it's like scoring points. They don't care about the human life. They definitely don't care about our human lives. And I don't know. Absolutely. I've gotten to this point of almost despair, right? For the discourse for the likely and the unlikely possibility even that we might come to some sort of compromise, some sort of sense of joint desire for a better way of life. How do you communicate to people like that? Yeah. What do you think is the repercussions for from the fact that these both these shoes were both Asian American men in their over 60, you know? Do we see, well, all three of them were, right? Even the shooter in laguna Woods. He was 68 years old. I mean, these are all Asian immigrant men of a certain cohort who all had access found access to handguns. I think all the legal handguns, as far as we know, we don't actually yet know about half moon bay. But I do think that there's consequences. And I worry a lot that one of those consequences really speaks to the incident you were talking about with the woman who stabbed an Indiana University student in the head like dozens of times in the knife on the bus because she literally said because she's Chinese and that's one less essentially threaten us, right? Yeah. When we see, even if these things are actually aimed at our own community, the stereotype, this perception that Asians might be potentially a source of violence or threat, that's something that has already been baked into the cultural context in which we live, right? And now that we're seeing these things happen, I mean, let's just say that the veneer of model minority is very thin and comes off a very, very rapidly. And I do think that those people, the eldest people, the immigrant people, the people who are most at risk in many cases in these circumstances, the fact that they're to a certain extent, the face of these incidents, it is truly truly terrifying to me. Yeah. Our very humanity is already in question. Under assault, you know, very tenuous in the eyes. And this is not a new thing. And we've been dealing this at a heightened level for the last couple of years. So this adds, this is another tip in the scales of Asians as threats. Asians as invaders, you know, whether that comes in the form of disease or now potential shooters or whatever. Violence. So.
"indiana university" Discussed on WTOP
"A 56 year old woman in Indiana is facing charges after police say she repeatedly stabbed in 18 year old Indiana University student in the head on a public bus because the victim is Asian. The victim told investigators she was attacked while waiting for the exit doors to open on a Bloomington transit bus Wednesday. A witness followed the woman's attacker and contacted police, police later arrested Billy R Davis of Bloomington, Davis has been charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery, police say Davis told them she attacked the young woman with a folding knife because it quote would be one less person to blow up our country. The victim is being treated for her injuries. Despite a call from D.C.'s delegate to do away with them, the national zoo says timed entry passes are here to stay. D.C. delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton in a letter to the zoo on Monday says she's concerned the passes for which you need a computer or smartphone to get, maybe limiting access to the zoo. Now the zoo is responded, making a case to keep the passes. A director at the zoo brandy Smith says the past is allowed for the zoo to better manage visitor capacity and limit traffic congestion in the area and to that Norton says. First of all, it's in the winter time. I'm not sure that this such crowding of the zoo at this time of the year. The director also says now on the zoo's website, a better spells out that there are some same day passes available. Norton says her next step is having the zoo here directly from residents on this at an expected town hall with the zoo, though no date for that has been set. Mike Murillo WTO news. It hasn't even been two weeks since the chilling scene of Buffalo Bills safety to mar Hamlin getting CPR on the field during a game in Cincinnati, but Hamlin was back at the bill's practice facility on Saturday for his first visit after being released from a buffalo area hospital this week. Linebacker Matt Milano posted a picture of Hamlin shaking hands with teammates the meeting was kept private. Doctors call the 24 year old Hamlin's recovery remarkable since collapsing in the first quarter of the bills Bengals game on January 2nd following a hit squarely to the chest since then a GoFundMe page set up to help Hamlin's toy dry for young people is raised over $8 million. Coming up on WTO a remarkable comeback for Jacksonville ranks on the way with sports, it's by 44. Hi, I'm Patrick Bengals owner, a new look home designer. If I had one complaint about being a roofing contractor, it would be winter. It's cold, dark
"indiana university" Discussed on WTOP
"Sports at 15 and 45 powered by maximus. Moving people and technology forward. Frank and rahan sort of looking across the studio at the football game, and it's a good one. Absolutely, and let's see if San Francisco can hold off Seattle. The Seahawks were driving, but they just coughed it up. Big defensive stop by the forty-niners and right now we've got a good one 23 17 lead for San Francisco with the football. As they have just gone to the start of the fourth quarter, high scoring first half, it was 1716 at the break, Seattle. Just one touchdown in the third quarter. So right now, San Francisco 23 17 lead over Seattle NFL playoffs and the super wild card weekend is underway. Now later at 8 15, Jacksonville versus the LA chargers, chargers are on the road, but favored by two and a half. College basketball in town, GW lost to St. Louis 81 74. Hard to win games when you don't score for 9 minutes. That's what happened at GW in the second half. Virginia beats Florida state, 67 58. Howard comes back and beats not fix state 86 84. Navy in a nail biter right now leading Loyola 65 62 two minutes left there in the second half, George Mason was a winner. Topping Davidson 67 65, AU loss to Lehigh 78 61. On the ice in about 20 minutes, capitals back at it. They faced the flyers. Last time the caps were on the ice was in Philadelphia and that was a 5 three loss for the capital so they're trying to get a little revenge tonight as they wear those retro uniforms. Again, start the fourth quarter in the first playoff game. It is the forty-niners leading the Seahawks 23 17. Frank had ran WTO sports. Thanks, Frank. WTO P news time now is 6 46. A 56 year old woman is facing charges after police say she repeatedly stabbed an 18 year old Indiana University student in the head on a public bus recently because the victim is Asian that I can told investigators she was attacked while waiting for the exit doors to open on a Bloomington Indiana transit bus Wednesday, a witness followed the woman's attacker and contacted police, police later identified the arrested woman as billiard Davis of Bloomington. She's been charged with attempted murder and aggravated battery, Davis said that police said that Davis told them she attacked the young woman with what's being described as a folding knife because there would be one less person to blow up our country. The victim is now being treated for her injuries. Coming up on WTO P after traffic and whether the top stories were following for you this hour, president Joe Biden's attorney say they have found more highly classified documents and turn them over after discovering them today. If the president's Delaware home, treasury secretary Janet Yellen is sounding the alarm on the debt ceiling. And after a 13 year old boy was shot and killed in Brooklyn last weekend, D.C. council member Brooke Pinto has requested the body worn camera from the police that was captured, she wants that video to be made public. Stay with WTO be for more on these stories in the minutes ahead. Traffic and weather on the 8s here's Joe in the WTO P traffic center. Did we'll start off in Maryland on the capitol bellway with no current issues to report to slow you down things are moving well, same goes for two 70, 95, and now including the Baltimore Washington Parkway, 50 Maryland good between the bay bridges and the bellway they told us there were limited wind restrictions at the bay bridges. When warning, by the way, posted at the nice Middleton bridge, Georgia avenue between Randolph road and Henderson avenue, the limited closure for utility work, they're letting local traffic through, we are told there is a closure on brink road. This is going to be in the stretch between route 27 and blunt road sounds like there's some sort of utility issue in that stretch to only going to be letting local traffic through if that, but police are apparently there doing traffic control and turning folks around as needed. And arundel county, southbound route three, the crash near Johns Hopkins and crofton at last report under police direction. Going into Virginia found the crash on the capitol beltway on the end of the other after the dulles toll road, everything is confined to that gore area. It's all passable, but if you're on the end of Maine, you're slowing down a look and staying to the right. If you're taking that exit ramp, you're doing it, staying to the far left. 95 south, slowing out of lorton toward woodbridge along the way, crashed after lorton was on the left shoulder. On 66 westbound near 50 pharaohs, the stall was on the right side. There was a crash after two 34 business along the left side earlier crashed eastbound 66 after two 34 south was cleared in fairfax county, the crash on route 7 of faking traffic both ways, near Bueller road. I'm Joe
Dennis Prager Podcasts
When Government Gets Involved in Suppressing Speech, We’re in Trouble
"I said this on Dennis show the last time that I guest hosted a few weeks ago. And I got into some trouble for it. I had a lot of people emailing me saying that they thought it was an outrageous statement. But if we go through the examples, it really isn't that outrageous. Let's look at schools. If you are a conservative student, you are a social pariah, you are shouted down in bullied into silence and submission by leftist vigilantes. We saw this with one of the former administrators of Trinity high school, Jennifer Norris, who went on tape with project veritas, of course she didn't know that she was on tape. And she admitted to this reporter that she tries to prevent Republican speakers from coming to her school. And that she views her Republican students as, quote, really awful people who are, quote, protected by capitalism and feel entitlement to express opposite opinions. Another example that's come out in recent years is Lake ingle, a senior at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, who is kicked out of his class for saying that there were only two genders. Or Maggie de Jong at southern Illinois university edwardsville, who was served a no contact order. By her school administration, prohibiting her from talking with certain students because she offended her classmates so much with her views on abortion, policing, and her defense of Kyle rittenhouse.
The Charlie Kirk Show
The 'Phallic Phobia' Argument
"Go to cuts. One 29, PhD from UC Berkeley. Laurel Westbrook talking about trans sports. Again, I'm picking on Berkeley just as an example, but I want to be very clear, University of Texas, Austin, university of Florida, university of North Carolina, Indiana University. They all have elements identical to this. It just so happens Berkeley is a little bit more brazen with this. It's an epicenter, but they're a little bit more cavalier. Andrew says a little. Yes, a little. Play cut one 29. This belief in the innate superiority and threat of male bodies account for why cisgender opposition to transgender inclusion, organizes predominantly around the presence of transgender women and not transgender men. This suggests that gender panics around transgender people might more accurately be termed penis panics as they are fueled by the terror of penises, particularly penises where they should not be. Because where they are in women's restrooms or locker rooms or sports teams is then dangerous to cisgender women and girls. I remember the first time I heard this argument, the first time I heard this argument, they said it a little differently. They said you have phallic phobia. I said, what? I mean, look, this last person doctor Laurel Westbrook. She should not be teaching a class. This is a very sick person. I mean that. She's a professor. And she says that this comes from phallic phobia, or it's because there are penises in places that they shouldn't be.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie Highlights the Evil Work of Alfred Kinsey
"Alfred Kinsey. It is part of the agenda to sexualize your children. Kenzie said the only unnatural sex act is that which you can not perform. Doctor Kinsey is an evil man. Highly influential in the field of child sexuality and child psychology. One of his disciples was a guy by the name of, I think it was, was it Alfred miss John money? I know money was the last name. Kinsey was a sinister person. He was born in 18 94 to 1956. There's something called the Kinsey institute at Indiana University, where it has two women looking like they're in a romantic relationship together, exploring sexuality relationships and well-being. The fact that Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana, has the Kinsey institute. I mean, Kinsey was as close to an intellectual defender of pedophilia that you will find. That is still considered to be acceptable and decent society. Mackenzie institute at Indiana University it has an about, it says our mission is to foster and promote a greater understanding of human sexuality and relationships through research outreach education and historical preservation. Their logo is the flower of Aphrodite in Greek mythology Aphrodite is the goddess of desire love sexuality and maternal reproduction. You guys can see it for yourself.
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Dr. Caitlin Bernard Did Not Report Rape of 10-Year-Old to Authorities
"And some big questions being raised about the ten year olds. It turns out there was a ten year old child raped. There was a ten year old child who had to travel to Indiana. I guess on her doctor's orders and I'm hoping there's a lot of scrutiny about this Ohio doctor. This Caitlin would ever her name is because number one reportedly the doctor did not report the rape to the authorities to child protective services to the police as she's required to do as a medical doctor and number two, the reporting out of Ohio suggests that the rapist is a Guatemalan illegal. Here's Jesse watters last night on Fox News pointing out the obvious. Ohio detectives did their part, but there's still a lot of unanswered questions. Besides the girl not needing to cross state lines to Indiana for the abortion and whether the alleged rapist immigration status played any role in the cover up. Caitlin Bernard, the abortion Doctor Who performed the operation in Indiana, has a legal requirement to report the abortion to both child services and the state's health department because a ten year old isn't able to give consent and is therefore a rape victim. And from what we can find out so far, this Indian abortion doctor has covered this up. Failure to report is nothing new though for doctor Bernard. According to reporting from PJ media, she has a history of failing to report child abuse cases. And our sources as trace mentioned are telling Fox that doctor Bernard's employer, Indiana University health, has already filed a HIPAA violation against her. So is a criminal charge next. And will doctor Bernard lose her license?
In Defense of Plants Podcast
"indiana university" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast
"Was not a waste. I certainly use those skills all the time. And my most recent graduate student actually worked on their organisms. And so I got to go back to it 30 years after my dissertation and meet an old friend, which was really nice. Oh, that's rad has much changed with the species since that time. I mean, new questions, obviously. Yeah, new questions. We were studying it because we wanted to know about changes that happened very long-term exe two conservation. And this is a plant. There's been a collection at Indiana University since the 1940s. Oh, wow. And so not managed necessarily for conservation managed to maintain a big genetically diverse research collection. But we could ask a lot of those same questions using plants from the Indiana University greenhouse and so yeah, my most recent student looked at how does floral morphology change and other things related to reproduction with years and years generations in ex C two cultivation. We hypothesized that without a moth pollinating, we might see changes in pleural morphology in nectar content after quality. And indeed, she did find some of those things. Which is a bit of a cautionary tale for those of us who engage in xe to conservation all the time, we want to make sure that we're not unconsciously changing plants in a way that will make them less successful when they go back out in the wild. Wow. Oh man, that gets the brain cells firing in an interesting way. I mean, that is what essentially you just outlined there is unintentionally doing artificial selection on a species that's maybe like you said not in the context of a conservation collection, but maintaining a collection for long term. It's kind of alarming, but in a cautionary tale that is worth worth telling many times over. I'm sure. Yeah. Well, we'll try to tell it soon. We're working on okay. No pressure. I understand how that goes. But I mean, a great case study for these working groups. These organizations that are getting together more and more luckily trying to collaborate on these sorts of things. Another layer of things to think about. Whether you can really do something about it is a different story, but I mean, this is really cool though, because this is where theory meets the application. And you kind of hinted at that was the direction you wanted to go, but unfortunately in the world, the real world that doesn't happen all the time. You don't have a lot of theory talking to application and vice versa. Sometimes, at least for my academic experience, they're almost two camps that purposefully don't talk to each other. Yeah, that's something we've been working on really intently lately is how do we bridge that gap between research and practice and we've started a synthesis center, the Botanic garden called escort said this is center for conservation and restoration. Nice. Doing our first project right now. But I think we're the only one only synthesis center in the world that has an explicit goal of bringing together research and practice. And so every team we put together is part science geeks in part on the ground. When managers, restoration practitioners, because we really want the knowledge we generate, the things we answer to be applicable and to be taken and used as quickly as possible. So that kind of gets to the core of what I wanted to ask you next. Does this idea of where those two camps ideally should meet? Because it's easy to think that scientists are doing the science and then anyone can grab it and use it. But I think the state of at least our country has proven that people aren't really readily digesting science and using it in any practical way in their day to today lives. So for someone that's kind of experienced both worlds and is really, really in depth into the applied side of this. I mean, what do you and obviously this is a huge unanswerable question in so many ways and I apologize. But what do you see kind of lacking in this idea of what scientists are doing and then how we can actually use the science to do say plant conservation? Well, I think we have to step out of the ivory tower first. Yes. I think we have to, you know, get out in the real world out on the landscape, meet with folks that are managing and monitoring plant populations every day. And it's a fallacy to think that they're not doing science. They are. They may not be doing the same kind of science. We do back in the lab, but they know those populations and they know the things that aren't working better than anyone. And so it really has to be a partnership where we ask questions together. We design experiments that will hopefully answer some of those questions. And then we get that information to them as quickly as possible. So one thing I have all my graduate students do is write an abstract for land managers. Nice. So what does your work mean for the real world? And how can it be applied? That's awesome. I can't thank you enough for just that exercise. Let alone, you know, putting this stuff into context that's meaningful because people are doing amazing science every day, but the amount that it is, someone can grab it and use it is a totally different story. And you see this idea in the bigger literature, especially the theoretical literature. I come from a trait based background in ecology. And people pay lip service to this idea that it'll help plant conservation and you repeat it even myself have repeated it time and time again. And then you think about like, how? Good question. Really? Yeah. I'll come back to you in another 5 to ten years when I have three more PhDs. Worked out, you know? But it's refreshing to hear that like, okay, there is ways we can do this in a meaningful sense to do good science, but also make it applicable and it really does come down to almost the language and how you have to talk to both camps to be able to write the stuff that they can then use. So you have to go out there and say, what do you need? How do we get this to you? Absolutely. It's a partnership from start to finish. That's so refreshing to hear. And I hope people take this model and run with it. You know, don't steal your ideas, but also people should be doing this a lot. Oh, the steal them. It's a big world, you know? There's a lot of plants that need help, so. Yeah, yeah. And that's the other side of it too is sometimes you can feel almost paralyzed with the need for more data. Well, we don't know. We can't say with any sort of confidence. You know, if you get an R squared of 30%, you're like, oh my God, we have a law. But that's just it is if we wait for more data if we wait for the perfect statistical design, we're going to lose a ton of species waiting, right? Yeah, indeed. The environment is changing every day. And, you know, I've worked for a very long time with the plant called pictures thistle, so seeing.
AP News Radio
As COVID cases fall, Halloween brings more fun and less fear
"More people are expected to be out trick or treating this Halloween with covert nineteen cases mostly on the decline although the pandemic is still a worry federal health experts say it's generally safe to enjoy outdoor activities this year including trick or treating epidemiology professor injury engine nada at Indiana University has some safety tips for parents keep your group size is small everyone should wear a mask and holding mass do not replace coal with mass you can carry hand sanitizer and wait until you get home and wash hands before enjoying those candies she does caution against residents leaving out bowls of candy which could mean too many little hands touching treats a new A. P. and R. C. poll finds sixteen percent of Americans plan to take kids trick or treating this year up from twelve percent last year I am Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
San Francisco In-N-Out temporarily shuts down for violating vaccine mandate
"U. S. Supreme Court has declined to block a vaccine requirement imposed on main health care workers justice Stephen Bryer rejected the emergency appeal the court has previously rejected challenges a vaccine requirements for New York City teachers and Indiana university staff and students main will begin enforcing the mandate on October twenty ninth that requires hospital workers and nursing home workers to get vaccinated or risk losing their jobs a federal judge who rejected the first request to block the mandate said the record indicated that regular testing alone wasn't sufficient to stop the spread of the delta variant dozens of opted to quit the most healthcare workers have complied with the requirement the liberty counsel to file the lawsuit claims to be representing more than two thousand workers who don't want to be forced to be vaccinated Jennifer
AP News Radio
88% of Affluent Households Donated in 2020, New Study Says
"A new study says a vast majority of wealthy households gave to charity last year in twenty twenty during a pandemic a study from bank of America in the Indiana University Lilly family school of philanthropy found eighty eight percent of wealthy families didn't forget those in need most gave unrestricted gifts that allows organizations to spend the money on whatever they thought was most important one issue that gain significance among the rich and twenty twenty was social and racial justice with a significant increase in contributions following George Floyd's death the median income of people surveyed was three hundred fifty thousand dollars the median wealth level was two million dollars I'm a Donahue
The South Florida Morning Show
"indiana university" Discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"Happening of news all week long. So what's coming up at seven o'clock aaron while the. Us supreme court told eight indiana university students. No so they had. There was a big debate over school vaccine. Mandates and the supreme court supreme court now weighing in on the fight refusing to block indiana university's requirement. That students must be vaccinated to attend classes. This fault amy barrett yesterday denied their challenge. And that's that so. Does that mean it wasn't even heard right because it would have gone on for a long time. They denied it well. It means that you've got to be vaccinated to go to i. You know what i mean. The court case like it didn't even get to be heard really. Yeah on grounds. So that's kind of interesting and then you've got of course here in broward county school district. They're saying that Three teachers and a teacher assistant died from covert or the twenty four hours and four hundred and forty punish connie students quarantine in the two days for covert and more than eight hundred florida doctors urging the governor to list lift the covert mask ban. So that more coming up if four hundred kids are.
AP News Radio
Supreme Court Justice Won't Block College Vaccine Mandate
"Supreme Court justice Amy Coney Barrett has refused to block a plan by Indiana University to require students and employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen its action was in response to an emergency request from eight students who wanted the High Court to issue an order barring the university from enforcing the mandate the policy does have religious and medical exemptions in seven of the eight students qualify for religious exemptions however exempts students must be tested twice a week students who don't get vaccinated will have their registration cancelled and workers who don't comply will lose their jobs the plan requires about ninety thousand students in forty thousand employees and seven campuses to get vaccinated for the fall semester my camp in Washington
Supreme Court Declines Request by Indiana University Students to Block COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
"The supreme court said yes. Universities can impose a vaccine mandate on students and faculty it declined to block a mandate at indiana university or provide emergency relief requested by some students who said the mandate violates their constitutional right to bodily integrity under the fourteenth amendment
AP 24 Hour News
Supreme Court Asked to Block Indiana University's COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate
"The Supreme Court is being asked to block a plan by Indiana University to require students and employees to be vaccinated against Covid 19. It's the first time the high court's been asked to weigh in as more companies and governments mandate covid safety measures for workers and
AP 24 Hour News
This week on "Face the Nation," August 8
"The Supreme Court is being asked to block a plan by Indiana University to require students and employees to be vaccinated against Covid 19. It's the first time the high court's been asked to weigh in as more companies and governments mandate covid safety measures for workers and customers.
We The People
"indiana university" Discussed on We The People
"I'm jeffrey rosen. President and ceo of the national constitution center and welcome to we the people a weekly show of constitutional debate. The national constitution center is a nonpartisan nonprofit chartered by congress to increase awareness and understanding of the constitution among the american people. It's back to school time. And more than five hundred institutions have started requiring corona virus vaccines. Indiana university's vaccine mandate was recently upheld by a federal appeals court. And just a few days ago. Professors sued george mason university for requiring unvaccinated faculty and staff to wear masks and undergo frequent testing on today's episode. We will explore the question. Our vaccine mandates constitutional. I'm joined by two of america's leading experts on this question and on the us supreme court case that is at the heart of the legal arguments which is called jacobson versus massachusetts. Josh blackman is a constitutional law professor at south texas college of law houston and adjunct scholar. At the cato institute and president of the harlan institute he's bogdan vaccine mandates and the volokh conspiracy and is the author of the forthcoming article. The irrepressible myth of jacobson josh. It is wonderful to have you back on the show. Get you back. Jeff and wendy. K mariner is the edward r utley emeritus professor of health law at boston university school of public health and holds professorships in the school of law. And the school of medicine. She is the co author of many works on public health and constitutional rights including jacobson versus massachusetts. It's not your great great grandfathers public health law. Wendy thank you so much for joining delighted to be here. Let us begin with a challenge to indiana. University's vaccination mandate of the cases called in versus trustees of indiana university. The university required all faculty students and staff to have a co vaccine and be fully vaccinated or having approved exemption before returning to campus and the mandate was upheld by a district court and by the seventh circuit. Wendy tell us about the core holding of the courts blow an namely that vaccination mandates are consistent with the supreme court case jacobson versus massachusetts well. The plainest raised students raised a the kind of argument that jacobson might have raised. Which was that. The mandate violated their fourteenth amendment rights of personal autonomy in bodily integrity and the right to reject medical treatment. Both the district court in as you pointed out the seventh circuit rejected that claim on several grounds district. Court judge said well it was certainly no coercion here. This students were not being forced to get vaccinated. They could find a new school or get a job. Elsewhere for the staff seventh circuit agreed saying that while the planes claim that jacobson used a rational basis standard. Of course didn't that was before. The supreme court developed the tiers of scrutiny but the seventh circuit judge easterbrook. Interestingly pointed out that universities require students to read write things they would prefer not to and that that's not a first amendment violation and he noted and i quote it's hard to see a greater problem with medical conditions that help all students remain safe while marning. I think they emphasize it. There was no constitutional right to attend a particular institution and that vaccination is simply a condition of entry onto the campus. They have universities have eligibility standards. This one thank you so much for that josh. As wendy points out of there were holdings by the district court which said that the vaccine mandate is a neutral rule of general applicability and by the seventh circuit where judge easterbrook wrote that. The case is easier than jacobs and For two reason jacobsen had no exception for adults Indiana university has exceptions for those who believe. Vaccinations are incompatible with their religious beliefs. And second this is not a requirement for every adult member of the public. Only those who attend the university of indiana people who don't want to be vaccinated can go elsewhere. What else can you tell us descriptively. About what the district court and the appellate court held about indiana's vaccination mandate well. Let's take a step back a little bit. Further go to nineteen o. Five constitutional law was in a very different place. Nineteen o five. The entire modern edifice of due process and equal protection and tears. The scrutiny simply did not exist Cambridge massachusetts enacted a policy. That if you fail to had vaccinate yet to be a five dollar penalty as a criminal offence. There's no extra requirement to get vaccinated if you pay the five dollar penalty. You could go on spring. Smallpox community be five l. penalty at the time many states had upheld school vaccination requirements. That if you want to attend public happy vaccinated but at the time early novel for there to be a community wide requirement their decisions from north carolina georgia pulling these Jacobson became a test case so to speak to the supreme court and in a decision. That's put seventy two by justice. Harlan the judge of the united meyer. Deeply the court upheld the cambridge policy and this was very much a decision to the early twentieth century. The court said unless there's a a clear palpable violation. The constitution of the courts will not get in the way. I think we should be very careful. With twitch. weight onto jacobsen is the case that has not age well. and it's consistent consistent. A lot of precedent The supreme court's or recognizes in calvary chapel roman catholic diocese that this is not a case when a lot of weight on But for indiana. You don't need to write even before jacobson courts across the country of upheld Vaccine requirements as a condition of school right. You're attending a school. It's a privilege a right thing. Wendy said that quite correctly and the school can have various requirements. I'm so. I don't think you need any sort of complicated issues. I'm also worth noting indiana policy exemptions for disability and for to exercise. I think there were nine plaintiffs eight of the metro religious exercise exemption. So there's only one person who sought to sue who didn't meat eater exemption and he unfortunately did not prevail. He has to preps go somewhere else. Forget the shot. But i don't think jacobsen is necessary for the indiana cases are cited as background material. But it's it's the state take conditions for attending a school. Thank you so much for that. Wendy joshua's put squarely on the table. The jacobson case which both of you have written about and in your article. It's not your great great grandfather. Public health law you argue that invoking jacobson a law that authorizes mandatory vaccination during an epidemic of a lethal disease with refusal punishable by a monetary penalty. Like the one that jacobson would be found constitutional law that authorizes.
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Study: Only Half of American Households Donate to Charity
"For the first time in nearly two decades a study released Tuesday shows only half of US households donated to a charity in twenty eighteen the findings by Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy confirm a trend worrying experts donations are reaching record highs but giving is done by a smaller slice of the population experts say many factors are contributing to the decline the percentage of Americans giving to religious causes decreased in tandem with attendance at worship services in part the Great Depression made it difficult for some younger Americans to establish a habit of giving the study doesn't measure contributions of goods and services or donations made through crowd funding Julie Walker New York
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Indiana University Can Require That Students and Employees Be Vaccinated
"This was last night can require, according to a judge. They ruled this yesterday. They can require it's 90,000 students and 40,000 employees to get vaccinated.
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Hewitt: Military, Any Government Arm Can Require COVID-19 Vaccines
"Indiana university yesterday Got the green light from federal. Judge saying it can require kobe. Nineteen back scenes and by the way any arm of the government can indeed require. Koga vaccines for those who use its benefits or who are in its employ. I personally believe the military ought to have done this a long time ago in the national guard. It's a national security issue. Ted nolan the great water polo coach at uci. Irvine used to scream at his players to get the flu shot in the off-season saying if we're in the finals and you get the flu. I eight say at very colorful. Because he had a language like a sailor you will never be in my presence again and it seems to me that if you're a warfighting unit you have to be wore ready you can't risk getting the delta you need to be vaccinated and sorry. Join the military. You don't have any rights. But i would extend that to government employees and yes and matija indiana university. If i'm a college and i make that choice and it's up to them. Some don't wanna do that. That's fine but if they do it there can any private business can do. It doesn't violate your rights as an employee. The only thing that can happen is that the government can't make you do it. There would be some legislation possible. It would then be subject to constitutional stress test depending on the exemptions that allowed and and whether or not it was uniformly applied We would take a look at that point but you certainly could have the military do it in the military
"indiana university" Discussed on Immigrantly
"Hi everyone be back in the studio. It's crazy to be back here. Slowly returning back to recording are episodes. In which is create because now i can share the same physical space with my guests and colleagues and today. I'm here with sarah. She is one of our writers alot. Everyone so sad. I'll why don't you introduce yourself to our listeners. Yeah hi guys. I'm sarah and i am the content and media editor for immigrants. I've been here for quite some time now. Almost two years right. Yeah it's crazy time flies. So what is today's episode about sara. Yes so we partnered with indiana university's muslim voices project and we decided to get together and make an episode about the relationship between islam and mental health. And we did that. Because in my opinion spirituality is really just about knowing how to stay in a good state of mind throughout the entirety of just you know existing as a human so i feel like it makes complete sense for us to explore how religion can be a part of that. Because i feel like on this show. We've done a lot of talking about religion as an institution and from a historical place. But i feel like it's time to really delve into how it affects. People and also the concept of spirituality. Right it applies to everyone. Everyone who follow organized religion braces people. Who don't follow religion at all. At least if not spirituality than mindfulness right. Yeah definitely. Sarah tell us a little bit about our guests. Yes so our guests are heather. Coup who is a professor at indiana university and hanan moawad who is a friend of muslim voices and they are both practicing muslims Heather is from wisconsin and she actually converted after meeting her now ex husband and after starting a family with him. Her relationship to islam really strengthened. And she really became a fully practicing muslim when she had her miscarriage at a relatively early age and that really set her into a place where she needed that sort of guidance.
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"indiana university" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"Maddow hugh today. Don't threaten me with a good time see. I did a little research on one of the people mentioned in this next story which is brought to us by the new york times and i can't believe they didn't fucking mention it so i really needed to bring some attention to this because this dereliction of duty as far as i'm concerned unless it's later appears later in the article and i just didn't get through eight thousand paragraphs of it which were totally unnecessary in two thousand eight. A white haired loy. This is how rachel always starts in nineteen twenty seven. No in two thousand and eight. A white-haired lawyer from terre haute. Indiana named james bopp literally got laughed out of a courtroom by a federal appellate court. Judge named lambert. Who we've heard before who is part of a three judge panel. And he was part of this panel that was hearing bops pitch for why the fcc should allow his tiny conservative nonprofit to run a sixty minute long propaganda movie about how hillary clinton was a socialist. Oh my god and they wanted to run it during primary season but the fcc says no. We've got a roy if you're going to run political. This amounts to a political advertisement. And if you're gonna do that you have to say who paid for it. You know how they're like. This ad was paid for Them's the rules. Well bob argued to this three judge panel that his movie wasn't very different from quote the the kinds of things you'd see on sixty minutes unquote and that is what may judge lambert. Laugh out loud saying you can't compare this to sixty minutes. Did you read the transcript and left so that three judge panel upheld. Dfes's decision saying his tiny nonprofit could not run its political ad without disclosing who paid for it during primary season. That case eventually ended up in the supreme court and that little nonprofit called citizens. United won their appeal. So when i read this next story from the new york times the new york motherfucking times this week about james being in court. The new york times said bob is known for his legal advocacy promoting conservative causes on my dear. Okay new york times. That fucking understatement of the century. But james. Bob is back in court this week. He was representing eight students from indiana university. Who think that mandating vaccines for in person. Learning violates their bodily autonomy abortions and that the corona virus vaccines have only emergency youth authorization from the fda and should not be considered as part of the normal range of vaccinations that schools require in what appears to be the first ruling upholding corona virus vaccine mandate by university of the federal judge of firms. That indiana university can require that its students be vaccinated quote what we have here. Is the government forcing you to do something that you strenuously object to and have your body invaded in. The process said the law portion quote. This is the judge. The fourteenth amendment permits indiana university pursue a reasonable and due process vaccination and legitimate interest public health for its students faculty and staff. That's what the ruling said also noting that the university had made exceptions for students who object for unreligious round. You can object. You know so. shut up. get outta here bob. Valid and appeal to the us supreme court. Never forget how a laughable lawsuit brought this brought by this asshole pretty much destroyed fair and equitable campaign finance in the united states. And it's going to be hard to overturn. Oh yeah so as much as i wanna laugh at this idiotic. Bodily douchebag lawsuit. It now has sets precedent if young. We'll see what His he'll he'll appeal supreme court. We'll see what happens when we take you down to other douchebag in florida we've got sixteen of them sixteen members of a florida-based white supremacist group. Who went by names. Such as shrek pretty boy and scumbag. Sorry worst outsider names. I've ever heard have been charged in. Count racketeering indictment accusing them of engaging in acts of murder kidnapping and other offenses so the members of a group called the unforgiven used quote crooked law enforcement officers and state employees to gather information about the investigation and to smuggle contraband to incarcerated inmates. That's what the indictment says. So the group acquired its members to study aaron philosophy and carry out acts of extreme violence to gain entry into the gang. This is again from the indictment. They were also required to get tattoos which included swastikas or an iron crosses an s. s. bolt pay dues attend regular meetings known as quote unquote church so swastikas double asphalt's. But you gotta pay your dues. Because what would jesus do. One of the people named in the indictment david howell charged. I just wanna see that scumbag. Thirty nine was charged with a scumbag was charged with the salting protesters with a dangerous weapon at a quote. Peace walk for black lives protest last june. Now this is this. This is has nothing to do with january six. This was last june. An attorney for howl in florida was not listed in court records which is really interesting. Several members including george shrek andrew nothing instills fear like shrek. John just like why was name. He wrote a bandy smell bagged. like what was he. A big fella dono. Ogre could have been but shrek and scumbag whose brandon brandon and joshua. Oh yeah 'cause better joshua who goes by chain gang wilson just want to remind you. This is a bunch of white guys anyone's names ever in history. Like do they have like a like an arian. Gang nicknamed generator that i might it brandon scumbag welsh. What the fuck. I boop boop boop boop boop josh chain gang. I'm already know emmys. These assholes.
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"indiana university" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly
"What do you think. I think so into it. Do we have like a. Is there a sting to have a stink. Did i make that up. Maybe later maybe later. We have a sting but yes it is. We're trying out this thing. What did we miss monday where there's usually fled news that like breaks on friday afternoon and over the weekend and we just wanna throw it all in such a. We're gonna do today so no time to waste. Yes because there's a oh my gosh. Oh my goodness like of all of the mondays to be doing this. Thank goodness we're doing today. We're just gonna ping pong back and forth because we have a bunch of links that are sort of related to each other and also that's conversation works so it'll be great so i i mean i think that you know as we saw from like the big huge stock market dropped today Lots of conversation new restrictions being put in place some sort of deliberate rejection of new restrictions. The delta varian is really upending things and prompting some harder conversations about vaccinations and vaccination requirements and on a related note in fact federal judge upheld indiana university's vaccination requirements for students a lawsuit had been filed by basically conservative group. That is Antibiotics essentially And indiana in what appeared to be. According to the new york times the first ruling upholding a vaccine mandate by a university. This judge said no. Indiana university definitely require students to be vaccinated. Which i think is probably a good start. It's possible we've just been a little too chill about about vaccine requirements lately. Yeah yeah ahead. I mean i think one of the things that really sent everyone into you. Know a heightened state of alert for this was today. And i'm trying to find the article but i'll find it later on. I'm sure it'll be in the show notes I believe it was a uk. Health minister said something like sixty percent of their cases are people who have already been vaccinated Which is not what anybody wanted to hear because he did that. I should jump in and say he did then clarify that. It was sixty percent. He came back and said i misspoke and that in fact sixty percent are unvaccinated which leads and twitter to have yeah totally and then twitter was trending with so forty percent because people were like forty percent are vaccinated. That's not reassuring either and that led to a bunch of people saying well. Britain delayed a lot of its second shot. So it's likely that most of those people had only had one shot however vaccinated people are getting the delta variant not severe illness. But it's happening. Yeah but this is like exactly how this happens. You have a government official sort of making a statement. That isn't particularly clear and what happened. The markets reacted. I've read that this morning. I had not seen this update. And you know. I'm on the internet all the time i know totally. This is how this stuff really spreads. And it's just a note for me and everybody else that we have to be extra careful with this coveted information to make sure that the words coming out of our mouth the most up to date but as you said the larger point being people who have been vaccinated are getting the delta variant and that is concerning for a lot of people. It's considering for a lot of people. It is also i think mathematically over you know it is. We're in a tough position because obviously we have to react to this variant but the best way to react to this variant is not for vaccinated people freak out because breakthrough infections are still incredibly rare. These vaccines are still incredibly effective. The number of people dying. You know who have been vaccinated is very very very small. And so the so the reaction in the places that have been enclaves of mask wearing and vaccination is going to be like. oh lockdown. don't open school like whatever. It is right. Reimposed mass mandates where the energy needs to go is towards getting people vaccinated because the longer this goes on and i can't believe we're still saying this for yet another week longer. This goes on the more variants will occur and spread and it will continue to be a problem for everyone. Think it's probably time for like. I don't know if you're an olympic swimmer and you're like i'm not going to get a vaccine before i go to the olympics. Maybe the us olympic committee should be like you can't go like maybe it's a time to stop playing so nice about this anyway. Yeah i mean and and we always knew that the vaccines meant we any of us vaccinated could still get cove it. You just probably overwhelmingly likely we're not gonna die from it. We have to get onto these other many many topics we really do there. So many In a in a in an announcement with stunningly poor timing appears that amazon on a related note is going to stop at the end of this month testing its workers in us warehouses. So there you go. You're on your own The us in other big news today. The united states this this has the potential to be a story that like seems like not. I don't know just went by quickly and could end up being a huge deal. The biden administration Has now formally accused the chinese government of cyber hacking specifically breaching microsoft email systems and has asked all its allies to condemn china for waging these cyber attacks from around the world paraphrasing from the new york times And it is really the first time that the. Us has accused china of paying criminal groups. To do this big you know. These big cyberattacks. It is a big difference in the way that we're talking to china about cyber security also the senate unanimously which i mean are the us senate unanimously passed a bill on wednesday that would ban importing any products from xinchang china where the force labor and genocide of has been happening and on honor show notes. You'll find this piece from the atlantic that is a firsthand account of someone who fled poet like one of the world's most famous wieger poets apparently who talks about the fear and the arrests and disappearances of the people that he knew and his family's escape to america and remind yourself that this is happening right now in this world right now headline on that is really devastating Yeah because it evokes so much history it says one by one. My friends were sent to camps. Like this is happening right now. In china and what i thought was really profound about the announcement around hacking was the press secretary sake saying we're not going because look everybody's given china pass because of the economic power full stop like this we internment has been happening for years. This author writes about how the first time he was arrested and thought he would certainly be again was in two thousand twelve. It's it's terrible and then you have like john. Cena out here apologizing to china for calling taiwan a country for making a geographically accurate statement in.
KPRC 950 AM
"indiana university" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"50. For plenty of time. You're on a M 9 55 years eat. You know we've been. We've talked a lot about Houston Methodist 1st 1st Healthcare organization in the entire country. To require every one of their employees. Be vaccinated for Covid 19. And it's not just it's not just doctors and nurses. It's anybody that works for the organization. The CEO. Of Houston Methodist referred to the people who work during Covid 19 the height of Covid 19 in the hospital emergency room and then taking care of patients. All those nurses And doctors, especially the nurses. Call them heroes. Until he called them disgruntled. They weren't heroes when Over 150 of them. Said. Yes. We really don't want to take an experimental vaccination. Thanks anyway, We didn't have a vaccine while we worked in the emergency room Lo these many months. You don't have a problem with us, then. Why do you have a problem with us now? And I'm sure Houston Methodist. They may have been the first but I'm there. Far from the only place a right to work expert Mark Mix president of the National Right to Work Committee joins us here on a M 9 50 kprc. I think Houston Methodist is a prime example of what's going on in health care right now, don't you? Yeah, Jimmy, these are really interesting stories. And one thing that's missing in the equation is the the voice of the union that represents many of these workers. In cases like this, you know, you have over 150 nurses who stand up. I'm not sure whether Houston Methodist is a unionized healthcare unit and they've got a union down there. But, you know, union officials say they want to stand up for workers' rights and And to your point as CEO that calls them heroes a month ago now calls them disgruntled is a very interesting story indeed. Yeah, well, And as it turned out, they were all all these workers were suspended and told you have two weeks to get vaccinated or you're going to lose your job, and I guess a few people did get vaccinated, but most of them Stuck to their guns and their now unemployed. Yeah, it really is outrageous. I know there's there's lawsuits popping up. I know it's a little bit different. But for example, in the State University system in Indiana Indiana University issue that memo that said, everyone had to be vaccinated to come back to campus, and families and students have filed a lawsuit there on you know on Fourth Amendment grounds on First Amendment grounds on all kinds of different constitutional questions and And one looks at it, especially when the government the actor in a place like this, whether or not they can do that, and You know, we we are one day after a three year anniversary, where we won First Amendment speech rights for union officials in all government employment across the country where they couldn't be compelled to pay union dues or fees to work for their government. Um, And that's uh, that's something to celebrate. But there's always work to be done and and for folks to stand up for their beliefs is really important and having the courage to do that, like these nurses at Houston Methodist is a very important thing, and hopefully they will find support whether it be from their union or from their CEO, or from from just the community that says they can have control over. The decisions they make about experimental vaccines. For sure, I don't think there's a union involved here. Of course, Texas is our right to work state and not that we don't have any unions we do. Um, but I don't think in the case of Houston Methodist, I think these are all at will. Employees And here in Texas isn't just about every state. In the country you have the right is an employer to set up certain guidelines of what you expect from your employees. If they're going to work for you. I'm not saying it's not the right Houston Methodist to demand that their employees to be vaccinated. I just question the wisdom of it. How do you mandate to your employees to take something that is experimental? This drug None of them have been permanently approved by the FDA. They are all experimental. Yeah, it's confusing. And as as an employer here, not only Republic policy organization, but we have employees and we are under a very extreme protocol by the so called department of Labor and Industry here, something known as Dolly. The vaccine regulations imposed by our governor was supposed to expire to mark. Well, the 30th, I guess. But the rules the permanent rules for small businesses here in in Virginia are basically permanent now and they have they control how we sanitize how we use elevators, how we use office space, and it's all based on their covid powers, which are again it raises the issue about you know, can they force our employees to say that our employees must be vaccinated? That'll be an interesting question. It probably will be. Something wanted to deal with here in Virginia. We'll see. Do do you know Mark, For example, If, um, If this edicts these edicts are coming down from a higher organization, for example, is this coming down from the EMA, the American Medical Association. Or from from some sort of a federal branch that overseas um, health care because It is amazing to me that every it seems like every doctor's office and dentist office it at least one from what I've seen here in the greater Houston area. They're all walking in lockstep. They all have the exact same procedures in place now. As they did at the height of Covid. You have to wear a mask to go into the office. They're checking temperatures. They're not even asking you if you've been vaccinated, or you haven't been vaccinated. Treating everybody as if Covid is still running rampant. Yeah, I'm not aware Jimmy of whether or not the AMA's handed down these guidelines, but you're right. I mean, the synchronicity of all this is pretty interesting when it comes to institutions like the airlines and the airports and and things that I deal with every day and travel and all that. It just It's what they say It's about the science, but the science has definitely been challenged. And But yet they seem to all be walking in lockstep in particular industries and institutions, And it's really it's really confusing to people. It's confusing to me as a as a father as a husband and is a small employer with lawyers and other employees. You know what exactly? We're supposed to do, and Here at the right door committee. We committed to our employees that will respect their decisions when it comes to a decision like this about injecting something or having something injected into your body, and we don't know much about yet. I know you're also president of the national Right to work Legal Defense Foundation. Are you folks doing any representation work with any of these organizations? Any of these employees are getting fired around the country. Well, we certainly are interested that I haven't heard of any cases. We've actually gotten calls on yet. But you know they can call and talk to an attorney about workplace right? And I think ultimately, Jimmy This is going to boil down to workplace rights. I mean it. It's a question of whether or not you know you have to concede to have your your body violated in this case. I mean, there are other conditions of employment to your point. That you know, you can say Look, you can't come in here and, you know, test positive for drugs because you're working with heavy equipment..
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"indiana university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Bill handle here with the morning crowd coming up at 11 15 our time Derek Chauvin. Is going to be sentenced on second degree murder charges in the murder of George Floyd. That's big news today. And then the other story is this collapse of this 12 storey condo building in Florida. Where four people being confirmed dead and 159 are accounted for. That is the problem and we're going to see dozens and dozens of deaths we may actually see. Everybody who is accounted for being in the building every, but this could be a recovery effort that's going to change from a rescue to recovery, and it's not going to take too long, either. Moving to a vaccination story and boy it's almost every day this one has to do at the university level. And I'm gonna give you two different colleges, both in Indiana. One Indiana University, uh, flagship. In Indiana is a staunchly Republican state. It's going to require it's 100,000 students and employees to get vaccinated. Um, if not, you're not coming to school. And the university president said. This is saving lives. It's as simple as that. And it will enable us to have a normal fall semester. Now moving over to Purdue University, also in Indiana. They are strongly encouraging vaccination for students and employees. But avoiding the mandate. Not saying if you want to come back. You have to do this? And the Purdue president. Said. I think we're going to get better public health resorts than requirements that might come across as ham handed and dictatorial. That gets kind of interesting. More. I guess he's arguing that more people going to be our, uh, our vaccinated if we don't force the issue Ago. Oh, okay. And by the way, ham handed and dictatorial. Those schools do that all the time. With the rules and regulations. It's that doesn't make any sense to me now, Uh, I want to put forth the concept. And even though you have to universities with different approaches The goal is the same. Maximize vaccination before college students return for the fall. And to be fair. Those universities that are not mandating and this is all over the country are not mandating vaccinations. Doing everything they can. To help and encourage students and staff. Two. Vaccinate themselves. Pop up vaccination sites, lotteries that seems to be doing it, Uh, lotteries where you have a chance to win. Purdue, for example. Students who document their shot by July. 15th are eligible for a lottery. To receive a prize of $9992. Kind of a bizarre figure, isn't it? That's a year of in state tuition. And so Which way is it going to go? So on Monday, Indiana University that is forcing, mandating that students and staff get vaccinated. Well. They filed a lawsuit. They filed a federal lawsuit against Indiana University, arguing the mandate violates their constitutional rights. As well as the state banning vaccine passport. And what they said The exemptions under, uh, the new policy of Indiana, forcing examination of forcing vaccinations are extremely limited. And that the school is threatening drug draconian measures, even as other schools are loosening their measures up. Excuse me. There was a sneeze. Bless you. Thank you very much. Don't have to do that. You know, with Mike on. What do you think? No, No, Okay. No, uh fair enough. Uh, so the issue, of course. Is no one's going to force me to get vaccinated. I have rights well Houston Methodist Hospital. One of the nurses, 150, Some nurses said no, thank you. We're not going to. We can't force me to get vaccinated. This is at a this is at a hospital. Of all the places you would even for those of you that are against mandatory vaccination. If you were going to say one place that you're okay with wouldn't you say it at a hospital? Tell me the difference, though, between, say, a private hospital like that, and San Francisco where they're going to require all the city employees. Isn't that a difference? Well, I don't think so. I mean, I would require vaccinations for everybody. I think it's a public health issue, and it's real simple for me. But wouldn't it be easier in the city? I would say to sue that it would for a private company because private company could say whatever, but the city is probably going to have more liability. I think both these schools or public schools by the way. So it is the same. Private schools are a different animal. Yeah, private schools just kick you out and say, Hey, either you do it, or you don't or go to another school, and that's what the court said. Incidentally, in that lawsuit that those nurses filed against Methodist Medical and said, Hey, you know what? Work someplace else. Then the, uh, the medical that I mean, the hospital has a right to do that. And for those nurses, it's easy to go across the street. I mean, there are nurses. Jobs are so needed, and there's such a shortage. That they can gladly walk in until the HR personnel work here. I have a lot of experience. And by the way, I won't get vaccinated. And then how many hospitals need nurses more than mandating vaccinations. Although I have absolutely no problem with mandated vaccinations, I believe in public health. As a matter of fact, we come back. I've got to handle history, Uh, segment, and it has to do where the Supreme Court Has already upheld mandatory vaccinations. Wait a minute. How did that happen? Don't you think we would have known that case? I'll tell you about it. When we come back. This is KFI am 6 40. Let's check in with Jennifer President.
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Charitable Giving in the U.S. Reaches All-Time High in 2020
"Charitable giving hit an all time high in twenty twenty Americans gave more to charity last year than in twenty nineteen despite an economic downturn due to covert nineteen the record total was four hundred and seventy one billion dollars that's according to Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy which research and wrote the report it's the first study to provide a comprehensive look into how donors big and small stepped up to meet the increased needs brought by the economic crisis racial unrest and global pandemic giving by individuals which made up most of the donations last year rose by about two percent the biggest object came from foundations they increase their giving by seventy percent I'm Shelley Adler
"indiana university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"And dr feigenbaum as you all know is the father of of echocardiographic here in the united states He made the point when we discussed this case with him. That increase whiteness. That we saw on the echocardiogram is quite that was really fitting with what we saw with this presentation with the elevated inflammatory markers so i think overall the points of this case the reason why we wanted to share this with everybody in get to meet you. Guys on this podcast. Which really happy to hear is that. It's really important to really talk with patients Set them down. Get a really good story and really do your part to try to give the best care. Possible wow assad these are fantastic points in. Cj shell welcome welcome to the cards family and welcome to the card. Innards healy honor roll. And welcome to the university of indiana. We talked about a patient who came in with shortness of braff and ultimately fevers inflammatory milieu. Post them i. We avoided anchor biased by being very thorough. Thought out in a patient. That's post them. I in a patient presenting with both of them. I think about mechanical applications as well as other complications of am i which ended up in our case. Being dressler syndrome has the diagnosis. That fits this patient the best but we also thought about non-cardiac etiologies given that the patient had a recent hospitalization. So i just love the fact that we were able to walk through this case narrowing down the differential diagnosis as we went along using the dallies of choice to clinch the diagnosis and then also discussing the complex complicated medical management of this patient given the risk imbalance of antibiotic but also bleeding risks. Which really become a big cornerstone question with so much in cardiology. so again acids joint michelle. Welcome to the show. Thank you so much for joining us and presenting such important case. Thank you so much. I'm dan was a lot of fun. We really appreciate you guys. Having on big kudos to assad our first your fellow who had this case in provide excellent care and took the time to share with us..
"indiana university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"You teach us a little bit about pericarditis in this post semi setting of course. I'm happy to This is actually the most common disorder of the per kardam and refers to inflammation of the power cardio sack itself in most cases pair credits. In developed countries ideology is actually often idiopathic or viral. There are certain typical features that we think of when it comes to acute pericarditis. I'll go through some of those here. One being the classic chest pain story so patients typically described sharp horrific pain that is improved by sitting up and leaning forward. This is actually. Because when we set up and lean forward we reduced pressure on the parietal pericardium and this finding is actually seen in ninety five percent of cases of acute paradise we also talked about the pericardial friction rub earlier and when it is present as i mentioned it's highly specific The other thing we probably all remember from medical school is the classic. ekg changes. I know we all think. About diffuse s. t. elevations as the marker for acute pericarditis. But there are some other things you might see as well again we can't see those concave st elevations but we also might see reciprocal s. t. depressions leads. N envy one. We also might see depression in the limb leads with paralyzation in a vr. This actually Reflects in atrial current of injury. What we should know. However that over time these segments may normalize an up to forty percent of cases of acute pericarditis. We may not see these classic findings and kind of the last thing we think about is the presence of a pair cargill fusion on imaging and typically as cardiologists we all like to see that with the transfer ethic echo we can actually diagnose acute paradise if two of those four things are present but there are other things that might actually push us towards that diagnosis things like evidence of systemic inflammation with elevated inflammatory markers which we see in this case or even evidence of pericardial inflammation on more advanced imaging like ct or mri. Those a great overview michelle What do you think about this. proponent though in this case as well so you're right we did have this mild elevation after opponent. In this case when present this often reflects more myocardial inflammation and sometimes we think about these patients may be. Having a mile pericarditis picture myocarditis reflects inflammation of the model cardio itself patients with acute In contrast to Often have a much more variable presentation. They typically present with clinical symptoms of heart failure and for it to be acute. We said that they have to arise over a period of less than three months. These patients may present much sicker than patients. With acute pericarditis. They may have things like ventricular arrhythmia complete heart block or even cardio genyk shock determining the ideology of myocarditis in this case is often much more important because it will affect.
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"That's typically immune mediated now for this patient one thing that jumps out at me thinking through these possible. Complications is the pump failure. I mean this guy doesn't have a known history of heart failure antecedent to his m. i but his faction now is thirty five percent and just thinking about you know there are so many for hades of 'em i right you may have you know a tiny m. i involving a tiny diagonal branch effecting a small area of my cardio but then you may have on the other end of the spectrum. A large am. I left main. The patient is acutely ill and has a really high risk down the road. But i think honing in on this patient the ejection fraction being thirty five percent. If i'm assuming that this is a consequent to his micro infarction Two weeks ago. I dunno at this point. I don't know how much of the scar at an how much of this is stunning android. There's been chronic. Ischemic hits that were subclinical. How much of this may be hibernation. So it's unclear to me at this point. How much of this fractious mike. Artemis is salvageable. But the way i'm thinking about this patient is that he's at a advanced risk right both for acute complications and long term complications so in terms of thinking about him overall. I'm paying attention to every detail here to figure out what's going on with this patient because the risk is going to be very high and then i also like you know. You're thinking both in terms of cardi complications and also non cardiac complications right. This guy's two weeks out. Could he have had some sort of Meal infection that's manifest right now. Could this be a pommery embolism. He was just admitted to the hospital. House having chest pain but you know. He has a fever as well right so Infectious or non infectious geology. So a lot of things to consider here but the risk is certainly high. So we're paying attention. Assad what did we find next in terms of physical education absolutely Exam he was a febrile when we saw him at the time is blood pressure systolic. One hundred diastolic pressure was sixty. Nine heart rate was eighty nine beats per minute and he was essentially setting ninety two percent of air. I think the big thing. That sort of jumped out to me on exam was fairly compensated. It was usually mhic did not have been a demon his lower extremities but i think the thing that jumped out to me was on his cardiac exam listening very carefully. He did have a very small friction rub. Even by medical students on the team were able to hear granted it was very subtle but we all took the time to listen and take a good note of it but it was one thing that sort of jumped out to us on his physical. Sam wow that's not. That is a very thorough end. Tastic evaluation on the physical exam standpoint particularly when it comes to friction rubs those are things that you really have to look for you if you're going in there and so your friendship should include something like hurricane ida's than you. Can you know. Listen for those on. Pick those up. And i definitely would have loved to be there as you explained to your medical students. And trainees what it is. But you know with the physical. Examine a patient coming in post. Them is just really really essential as the first building block to start narrowing down on your differential diagnosis. And particularly when you're thinking of mechanical complications in accuser. My as ahmed said this patient is at risk for that. Because a if he had an led infarct. You're not so big in serum. I n has lv function from that right so again..
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