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The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

01:59 min | 3 months ago

The Psychological Toll of Long-Term Unemployment

"Spent every single month since the start of this pandemic picking apart jobs numbers and unemployment claims. But there's a lot happening in the labor force that doesn't get captured in that data. Right like the toll that long term unemployment during a once in a lifetime pandemic can take and how that long term unemployment is creating less predictable back to work economy. Marketplace's kristen schwab has that one be. Lieberman's daughter has an auto immune disease so in the virginia. High school where she teaches computers and coding mandated. That teachers come back to work last august. she quit. I really thought i could find something. Even if it was part time employment. She applied to software companies that work with schools but she has no sales experience. She applied to teach spanish which she's taught before no bites job. That have nothing to do with computers or teaching like an hourly position at the dmv helped. You just have so much time with just your thoughts and it eats you up. Losing a job is already isolating says art goldsmith economist at washington and lee university and now there's the isolation of the pandemic itself that has created a lot of poor mental health more so in this recession and in previous recessions long-term unemployment changes how people feel about their worth is workers sarah damascus associate at penn state before the pandemic she followed people who lost their jobs by the twelve month mark they were describing themselves as having fewer and fewer john's that they felt that they were qualified for this can create a pattern. Someone gets job. Low their skill level or one. That has nothing to do with their skills. They're unhappy and leave or let go because they were never a good fit and then they're back out there searching. It's devastating for their career in the long run each time they scramble and find something in fail. They fall further and further

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Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

Outcomes Rocket

04:18 min | 8 months ago

Transforming Patient Access Through Technology with Emily Tyson

"Welcome back to the outcomes racket saw marquez here and today i have the outstanding emily tyson joining us as the chief operating officer emily. Tyson drives rakes health's efforts to scale rapidly while building a high performance. Culture committed to improving patient access. Emily joined the company in january of twenty nineteen and from a functional perspective. She leads strategy client experience finance and operations in addition to the ever changing category of other. Say that in air quotes that early stage companies demand prior to join and ratings. Emily served as vice president of product for naveh health recently acquired by optum where she was responsible for the vision and direction of naveh health's product offerings across the health plan and health system businesses. Emily began her career in healthcare technology when she joined a fina health after various roles in the financial services industry in new york and hong kong. Emily holds her business. Administration summa cum laude from washington and lee university and our mba from harvard. Business school. today. We're going to spend a good amount of time talking about this digital front door. And what practices and large-scale health systems could be doing to do a better job of addressing the current area that were in healthcare so Emily such a pleasure to have you here with us today. Great thank you. So i'm looking forward to the conversation. Yeah likewise likewise and so before we dive into rate health and what you guys are doing. Why don't you tell us a little bit more about you. And the things that inspire your work in healthcare. Sure i i would say for me personally. There's there's no debate about whether the health care system is broken and it's really not the patient care itself that's lacking it's it's the back end at the administrative side of healthcare. That's really this nightmare of complex regulations and poorly designed incentives and outdated technology all of which actually negatively impact the cost patient experience and ultimately in many cases the outcomes. You know. I never personally wanted to be a doctor. But i've long been passionate about exciting this side of healthcare trying to make the pipes in the information flow in this pieces work by should really does require reaching beyond just technology alone so this desire instead of my focus on sobbing. The complex administrative challenges can be non-sexist ahead of healthcare but that do impact patient cares. What has led me on my career paths and ultimately now terrific celts of it. Yeah you know. There's there's a ton that needs fixing and optimizing maybe even overhauling in some instances and so having a unique approach that is focused on on on making things better on the back. End of the house is key talked to us about health. What exactly are you guys doing. And how are you. Adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Are we are focused on transforming patient access so Helped mission our mission is to make it easier for patients to see their doctors. It sounds simple but it's much harder in practice on. You know you shouldn't have to know someone who knows someone to know someone to get a quick doctor's appointment and yet that's often how it works in reality today. Deferred care is a really big issue and the industry even setting aside the global pandemic and the dynamics that's created the average. Wait time for someone to see. A provider is almost three weeks in the us at the same time on any given day. Many providers actually have availability in their schedules. So a lot of what we're focused on is how do you bridge that gap and there's a significant amount of complexity underlying yet so it's really idea of improving access. Which is every part of health focused on is about much more than providing digital layer for consumers. That's absolutely part of it. It's also about addressing this underlying operational challenges within a healthcare practice. Your system does that make it hard to manage patient access in the first place so we do both from a market perspective at comes in the form of products around central scheduling work slap locations and self scheduling communication platforms in check in along with best practices for how to think about optimizing patient access in the clinic beyond the technology itself.

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The white supremacist art in the US Capitol

The Art Newspaper Weekly

05:49 min | 9 months ago

The white supremacist art in the US Capitol

"Now on the sixth of january we saw terrifying scenes in washington dc as right wing rioters and conspiracy theorists incited by the president. Donald trump and other republican politicians invaded the capitol building one of the emblematic images of that day. Taken by mike tyler for reuters featured one of the reuters walking across the second floor of the capitol holding a confederate flag with chilling irony behind him on. The wall is a portrait of charles. Sumner a nineteenth century massachusetts senator. Who was an abolitionist. But it didn't need the riotous to bring white. Supremacist imagery into the capital. Eight statues of confederate leaders. Still stand in the building. So we're going to begin this episode with a special version of our regular feature work of the week and focus on confederate statues and the capital. Sarah beetham is the chair of liberal arts and assistant professor of history at the pennsylvania academy of the fine arts. she's chosen to focus on a sculpture. that was in the capital until recently but is no longer there. It would valentine's nine hundred ninety nine statue of the confederate general robert e lee which was removed from the capitol's national statuary hall on the twenty first of december twenty twenty. So just over two weeks before the riot sarah the images from the capital last week of confederate imagery inside the capitol were so deeply disturbing but that building actually has white. Supremacist imagery in it already. Doesn't it yes absolutely does You know as i was watching the all of those images going by on my on my phone on my on my computer screen You know i. I was just so upset as an american To be watching and worrying about You know our members of congress their staff in that building Seeing that symbolic space be breach on. I was thinking so much about the officers who put themselves on the line to try to take care of. And and Protect our members of congress. My heart really goes out to all officers who were injured in the two who lost their lives on. But of course i was also thinking about The capital and the spaces as an art historian as a scholar of merck and art on and one of the things that i kept coming back to you over and over again was thinking about the significance of all of the art in that collection You have In the capital you have in the rotunda. You have those enormous paintings of All of these scenes from from american history You have the Rotunda with the Freeze going around. It's that is showing all these different scenes of american history as well But then one of the major parts. That i've been thinking about for a long time as the national statuary hall collection on which is a collection of one hundred statues Two of which come from each state on that Began in eighteen. Sixty four And each state has had the ability over time to donate their own two statues to it. n's There are a couple of different criteria for getting into the statuary hall on the statues has to be either marble or bronze. So kind of the highest level of of preserved stature on the subject must be deceased. Must have been associated with that state on and must be historically noteworthy in some way on and subjects are decided on by the states and then donated to the capitol collection with very little oversight by by the capitol collection on end. What i think that maybe maybe more people know now. But i didn't know until a few years ago. Was that a number of the statues. In the capital. Statuary hall collection are actually confederates Either confederate generals The confederate president. Jefferson davis was there on the confederate vice president alexander stevens on with the one that as i was watching those images over and over and over again the kept coming into my head was the statue of robert e lee Which was donated by the state of virginia in nineteen o nine It was by edward. Valentine who was a well-known converts with a sculptor on and it actually wasn't there to be present for the riots because just been removed in december on december. Twenty first of twenty twenty on. And so you know. A lot of people talk about those images of people going by with confederate flags. But i kept thinking you know. This kind of imagery has been there. has been supporting The the capitol for very long time. We talk a bit about valentine before we go onto the specific scope to that. We're talking about because it seems to me to be really amazing. There is this sculptor who long after the deaths of these people was effectively making statues repeatedly of confederate generals. Can you explain that histories y y walls. Valentine's his creating the statues. Sure so. Valentine was a southerner on his entire family was established in richmond. Virginia on there's a museum there today. The valentine museum that includes collections related. To the whole family he came for a very wealthy family. He wasn't actually a confederate soldier because he was studying overseas to become an artist while the war was over but when he came back He saw real opportunity to get involved in confederate commemoration on and he actually produced a number of major statues That's have been in news in the past couple of months One of them is the g. Sant- of robert e lee Lying dead in state on that is at washington and lee university on in the chapel. That's kind of above where his to miss on. It's very striking sculpture for anybody. Who has even before. I recommend looking

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A new month, same ol bad economy

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

04:11 min | 1 year ago

A new month, same ol bad economy

"In Los Angeles, I'm Kai Ryssdal Thursday day the first day of October. Good always to have you along. Let us take stock. Shall we at the beginning of a program on business in the economy of the state of business and this economy because honestly? Could be better here are just a couple of numbers from today's news eight, hundred, thirty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week. Personal incomes were down almost three percent in August and related and to be clear time is running out for help from the federal government. There is no deal as of yet which means that all across the country from neighborhoods around Disneyland to the outer boroughs of New, York? City? People are facing a corona virus winter kind of on their own marketplace. Jasmine guard gets us, going from New York. At Saint Ann's Episcopal Church in the Bronx. The line to get food often wraps around the block. It's a mix of young people, children and elderly the bronx part of the poorest congressional district in the US. Many people who live here commute to Manhattan often to work minimum wage in essential jobs locals tell me they've never seen anything like this line before a man named Garrett. Faber. said he comes here once a month to get food because his unemployment check is not quite enough because you bill's pretty high and I pay rent and. Other bills, student loans he's a social worker who lost his job the bronx is the. Of the COVID nineteen pandemic in New York City the area I'm standing in Maat haven has had over fifteen hundred cova cases. Unemployment here is now around twenty five percent according to analysts that's Great Depression levels when the economy gets a cold places like Bronx get pneumonia or cancer Joel Berg is a CEO of the nonprofit hunger free. America, he says life can be very tough for many residents in the south. Bronx but covert. Has Been Catastrophic and so they're tenuous living before this when they were just at the edge of survival as a been destroyed Erica in is a senior economic advisor at Cornell University she says jobs in Manhattan create what economists call multiplier affects your how how many jobs does each job support a lot? So as Manhattan offices remain mostly empty, many janitors, Baristas, cooks, and other workers who call the Bronx home have seen their jobs disappear. Jasmine guards for marketplace lose job of course more. Than just going without a paycheck. More happens. So we asked marketplace's Eric Barris to talk to some workers who've been furloughed back in April. Monica Harris was furloughed from her digital marketing job in Atlanta area at first she was optimistic. Maybe this is the time like I need to be like doing other stuff working awesome passion projects like just stuff like that. Then her furlough was extended and her extra unemployment benefits ran out she spent the summer worrying I hope I'm I the next Brianna Taylor by fiance is not the next door floyd and now she expects to be out of work for the rest of the year last month with probably the hardest. I haven't been working that I really would feeling like Oh my God like, am I going to be okay, the pandemic, the struggle for social justice the uncertainty surrounding the election at an unemployment and stress can be overwhelming says, Goldsmith an economist at Washington and Lee University who studies how joblessness affects mental health. All sorts of insecurities undermine emotional wellbeing. And this is a classic case of that because you just don't know and employers don't know either PSA airlines flight attendant Denise Grassi starts her furlough. Today. Right next to the Philadelphia Airport so whenever. Planes. Go to land or take off often hear them and it's sad. It's very sad as not knowing whether she'll go back to work on a plane America bears for

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"lee university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The Vandiver inhabit a grace and dinner at the Tidewater grille in right there on the Susquehanna. John and Westminster's Our Contestant, John Lecture pressure day, because if you don't win this six pack of black bottoms Chuck gets the leftovers, so we want to make sure the maintains his felt can't let that happen will happen. Didn't want to feel like a crumb. I think that's the third weekend. He's used that folks, You know if it works for you, and he's going to keep using it until he finds it works for some circumstance somewhere Well, he'll use that dad jokes. People say that's so funny. I'm going to stop you going to go on the low. Just so funny. Second or less. Really, You know, I used to work in a big reason Pilot. No, I didn't know I took the bread pilot over there. All right. Where is that cannon when you need it? Washington and Lee University professor is asking Russian President Vladimir Putin poison President Trump professor will, Dudley said in the class recently in order to promote world peace and save the world from climate crisis and disaster. Putin should poison Trump. Just like he does somebody it was other citizens. Story to a rich college student, One of eight arrested Black lives matter, Violence and writing in Manhattan on Friday night, Clara Cremer is a student at Rice University. She was arrested with other BLM writers. Robberies. Parents. One fathers of psychiatrist who teaches at Columbia and mother is an architect of prestigious Manhattan firm The family purchased $2 million apartment on the Upper East Side. Also rich kid, did you see, the headline said Crabber Got pinched. Story is so sad. Canada's top doctor as an advice of might not go over world everyone, Dr Teresa Tam says. People should wear a mask during sex as the pandemic continues. Danger Master, not relations between husbands and wives. Our regular living partners with those meeting up with a new lover is a mask might be the way to go. Freddy Krueger mask Clear Krever. Sometimes you get to bask in case falls off story. One. Washington LEE professor says Putin should poison trump Story to wealthy New York colleges student arrested at the riots. And then the story three. A top doctor says Mask up during hookup, John, You're going to go last. We'll start with I'll go with 11 for one, Bruce Yeah, I think two is Israel. I think I saw something about this. So I think to is really I think that three I know Israel by elimination personal research. No, it's actually posted her so well. Oh, so its story number one news story coming through two and three. John. I have to go with one. John has to go with one and one. It is indeed that is our fake news story of the day..

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"lee university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mornings on the mall, not marry Walter here with Good morning. Good morning, Mary. And into our last hour mornings going very quickly. It has gone very quickly. Joining us now is Brandon has broke. He is an assistant professor at Washington and Lee University School of Law wrote a very interesting op ed in the Washington Post. Brandon. Thank you so much for joining us. So much for having me now your op ed advocates for the renaming of Washington and Lee University but not just taking the lead part off of it, which I think has been the push up until now. You also would like to remove the name of George Washington as well. Can you tell us why Sure So broadly. I believe that America and specifically it's institution must engage in truth and reconciliation around race to facilitate Killing as part of the truth telling process here at Washington and lead we need to confront our history would race we must engage with that history more. Honestly, if we do that, I think the ultimate conclusion is both Washington Stanley will perpetrators of racial terror. And for that reason, the university both names should be removed from the university name. So I take a professor. You You don't think that George Washington should be given credit for the fact that he helped create the first real functioning democracy in 2000 years? Because it wasn't perfect coming out of the egg? So I want to be very clear. I'm not advocating Therese. Lee or Washington from our history. What I'm doing is I'm acknowledging that their accomplishments cannot outweigh the evil of slavery in the terror. They inflict it on the black body. So To your point. More specifically, um, a lot of folks talk about implied in your question about the hard choices that Washington had to unite our country to become the first president to lead on that front. Let me tell you about the easy choices Washington had. He didn't have to choose the Havas wealth accumulated by human trafficking and bondage didn't have to choose to be his slave black literally mutilated the black body. Didn't have to choose the separate inflate families. A murder of a different kind of PC. Cote calls that he didn't have to choose a sign laws in place that lead to black lynching. Also, he could track down his runaway enslaved blacks even happy to have adventures made from pull teeth of his enslaved blacks didn't have too much to allow that stopped the sun to raping slave Black woman That's not leadership. That was then and is now a monster. In my opinion, do we and I think it is stand I was going to, but I think by today's standards, we all agree on that. But do we do it ourselves a disservice and maybe start to go down a very dangerous path. When we judge history by what is normal today what is considered acceptable today versus what was considered the norm back then. I don't think so at all. And Nor should acceptability standards of normalcy. Then I don't think he lived up to that. There's plenty of people there, his error that were abolitionist right. There was John Adams, for example, the second president who was an abolitionist, he did not believe in institution of flavour his wife lead The abolitionist movement on that, for one of was one of the leaders. So no, I think it's absolutely appropriate to judge him by his standards and today's standard and under both metric in terms of leadership. He has fundamentally still, in my view, so you so obviously you believe that Planned Parenthood, for example, should disavow Margaret Sanger since she was in avowed races who believed in eugenics and promoted abortion because she wanted to use it to call what she considered to be inferior races, including African Americans. I think all actions against black people, including eugenics, including forced sterilization, including all of that must be called out someone. Very no. But are you saying then that Planned Parenthood should disavow Margaret Sanger. Well, what I'm saying is one The op ed that I wrote was not about planned Parenthood. So let folks and experts speak on that. I'm not going to, but I will say this Is that in any historical contact and with any historical person? Absolutely. It's correct and right to point out They engaged in racial terror period. So let me ask you about the name of Washington and Lee University when I see that, and you know, I know my opinion doesn't count. I get it because I'm white. But I I look at that, and I look at the reconciliation that happened after the Civil war. We had almost 700,000 people, mostly white Americans die to end slavery. And what happened afterwards is the country reunited and they had to reunite and they had to put that past them and they had to come together. And I look at the name of Washington and Lee as the ultimate symbol and how this country came back together during the great reconciliation. That was a period of our history, that that I think we need to look at. And so to me. Those two names together symbolizes that reconciliation. How this country was tourney apart to right a wrong which is a wonderful story, righting a wrong and how this country fought, Ah, war to do that And yet, But so do we. Are we wrong in trying to erase that reconciliation that such a huge part of our country's history? Um, I'm not sure what reconciliation process you're talking about. You're talking about the first reconstruction. Um, we can talk about that. And what That means to is an honest conversation about Jim Crow. So I don't think you know the historical frame the political and social and economic frame that you're providing right now is correct at all. I don't think there was Great reconciliation after the civil war. In fact, arguably it it led to what we call now. Jim Crow. And it lead after that to the new Jim Crow after the Civil Rights Act, so I don't think that's a good point. Reyes we're thinking about truth and reconciliation. Lars. Reconciliation requires that actually engaged in actually looking at the first reconstruction. What happened afterwards and talk about how how long laws subject hated black people during that time period? So who would you like the school named after I have no opinion on who? The name whose schools named after what my preference is that when you retire name way we should be looking at people that we want our students to feel inclusive, engaged in our communities welcomed More equitable names, so I don't care who those names are..

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"lee university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To the best of mornings on the mall, Not Mary Walter here with asking. Good morning, Good morning, Mary. And into our last hour mornings going very quickly. It has gone very quickly. Joining us now is Brandon has broke. He is an assistant professor at Washington and Lee. City's School of Law wrote a very interesting op ed in the Washington Post. Brandon. Thank you so much for joining us travel Now your op ed advocates for the renaming of Washington and Lee University, but not just taking the lead part off of it, which I think has been the push up until now. You also would like to remove the name of George Washington. As well. Can you tell us why you sure So broadly, I believe that America and specifically it's institution must engage in truth and reconciliation around race to facilitate Killing Part of the truth telling process here at Washington and lead We need to confirm our history would race we must engage with that history more honestly, if we do that. I think the ultimate conclusion is both Washington and Lee will perpetrators of racial terror. And for that reason, the university both names should be removed from the university name. So so I take it, Professor. You. You don't think that George Washington should be given credit for the fact that he helped create the first really functioning democracy in 2000 years? Because it wasn't perfect coming out of the egg? So I want to be very clear. I'm not advocating Therese Lee or Washington from our history. What I'm doing is I'm acknowledging that their accomplishment Cannot outweigh the evil of slavery in the caravan with it on the black body. So to your point more specifically, um, a lot of folks talk about and it's implied in your question about the hard choices that Washington had to unite our country to become the first president to lead on that front. Let me tell you about the easy choices Washington had. He didn't have to choose the Havas wealth accumulated by human trafficking and bondage didn't have to choose to be his slave black. Literally mutilated the black body. He didn't have to choose the separate inflate families. A murder of a different kind of PC. Cote calls that he didn't have to choose a sign laws in place that lead to black lynching. Also, he could track down his runaway enslaved blacks. Even happy to have adventures made from pull teeth of his inflate. Blacks didn't have too much to allow that about the sun to raping, slave black woman That's not leadership. That was then and is now a monster in my opinion. Do we and I think it is standard I was going to, but I think by today's standards, we all agree on that. But do we do it ourselves a disservice and maybe start to go down a very dangerous path. When we judge history by what is normal today what is considered acceptable today versus what was considered the norm back then I don't think so at all. And nor should ah, acceptability standards of normalcy, then I don't think he lived up to that. There's plenty of people there his errors. That were abolitionist right? There was John Adams, for example, the second president who was an abolitionist, he did not believe in institution of flavour. His wife led the abolition movement on that for one of those one of the leaders, So no, I think it's absolutely appropriate to judge him by his standards and today standard and under both metric in terms of leadership. He has fundamentally filled in my view, so you so obviously you believe that Planned Parenthood, for example, should disavow Margaret Sanger said she was on avowed racist who believed in eugenics and promoted abortion because she wanted to use it to call what she considered to be inferior races, including African Americans. I think all actions against black people, including eugenics, including forced sterilization, including all of that must be called out Someone very know better. But are you saying then? That Planned Parenthood should disavow Margaret Sanger. Well, what I'm saying is one the op ed that I was not about Planned parenthood. So let folks and experts speak on that. I'm not going to, but I will say this Is that in any historical contact and with any historical person? Absolutely. It's correct and right to point out If they engage in racial terror, period. So let me ask you, though, about the name of Washington and Lee University when I see that, and you know, I know my opinion doesn't count if I get it because I'm white, but I I look at that and I look at the reconciliation that happened after the civil war. We had almost 700,000 people, mostly white Americans die to end slavery and what happened afterwards is the country reunited and they had to reunite and they had to put that past them and they had to come together and I look at the name of Washington and Lee as the ultimate symbol and how this country Came back together during the great reconciliation. That was a period of our history that that I think we need to look at and s O to me. Those two names together symbolizes that reconciliation. Have this country was tourney apart to right a wrong which is a wonderful story, righting a wrong and how this country fought, Ah, war to do that. And yet, but so do we. Are we wrong in trying to erase that reconciliation is such a huge part of our country's history. Um, I'm not sure what reconciliation process you're talking about talking about the first reconstruction. Wait could talk about that. And what that leads to is an honest conversation about Jim Crow. So I don't think you know the historical frame The political and social and economic frame that you're providing right now is correct at all. Um, I don't think there was Great reconciliation after the civil war. In fact, arguably it it led to what we call now. Jim Crow. And it lead after that to the new Jim Crow after the Civil Rights Act, so I don't think that's a good point. Reyes we're thinking about truth and reconciliation..

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"lee university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Great Clugston Washington Some people arriving in Chicago from 15 states were not aware that they would face a two week Corona virus quarantine. Texas businessman Victor Matthew's got a rude welcome when he flew into Chicago O'Hare Monday morning and I know it was a quarantine. Especially not allowed me to do anything for 14 days then no, I wouldn't have gone because I have to go to work last week, so the officials announced the quarantine of visitors from or residents returning from state with rising Corona virus cases. But some travelers like Matthews were unaware. Texas is one of the 15 states on the city's list. Some of the others Florida, California, Arizona and Georgia. I'm Tim Maguire. Faculty of okay. The motion to remove the lead name from Washington and Lee University faculty of Washington and Lee University have voted to remove Confederate General Robert E. Lee's name for the school. That doesn't mean necessarily Such a change will occur. The motion was approved on Monday during a special video conference meeting attended by faculty members. That recommendation was sent to the board of trustees, which would have to make any change. School spokesperson says there's no current plans to change the name. The school is named for early benefactor George Washington and Lee, who was a president of the university and is buried in a campus chapel. Keith Peters reporting. Justice John Roberts spent a night in the hospital last month after he fell and injured his forehead as Supreme Court spokesman has confirmed. This is town. Although I calm It involves financial risk and is not suitable for all investors Stock market Have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the impact of Corona virus and the upcoming election? It's virtually.

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"lee university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Tic Tac users in a frenzy this morning after suggesting that the US may try to shut down. The popular at that, he says is controlled by the Chinese was respected Chinese ass on people's cell phones. I can assure you the United States and get this one right to Laura. I don't I don't want to get in front of the president, but it's something we're looking at. Pompeo is on Fox News. A statement from TIC Tac says it is never provided. User data to the Chinese government is, Pompeo suggested. The army has confirmed the death of army specialist of Witness again. This is Major General Scott F. Plante. Sadly, I stand here to report that the search for specialist Vanesa G and Has resulted in the very outcome that I had prayed it would not have from the very beginning. Investigators say Gin was killed by a fellow soldier with then took his own life. White House press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany defended President Trump's tweets criticizing NASCAR driver bubble Wallace and appearing to defend the Confederate flag after it was banned by the sport. The ban on the flag was mentioned in the broader Context of the fact that he rejects this notion that somehow NASCAR men and women who go to the sporting events are racist. In one tweet, the president asked whether Wallace the Cup series on Ly Black driver would apologize for what he called the news hoax. Faculty at Washington and Lee University in Lexington, Virginia, have voted to remove the name of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. The recommendation has been sent to the board of trustees, which would have to make the change. A school spokesperson says there are no current plans to change the name. Lee is buried in a chapel in the school's campus in Lexington. Chinese sharemarket extended its positive run on Tuesday, while Japanese stocks took a slip and U. S futures are pointing lower tour Today's opening This is CBS News, Traffic.

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"lee university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"So we're now in the process of Defeating the radical left. The Marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters. And people who in many instances have absolutely no clue what they're doing. The president held America celebrate our 244th birthday Saturday with fly RVers and a fireworks display the National Mall. Baltimore protesters have pulled out a statue of Christopher Columbus and throwing it into the city's inner harbor. A shooting at a South Carolina at nightclub left 12 people in various conditions. Early Sunday, a sheriff's officials said. A Greenville County sheriff's deputy noticed the disturbance that lavish lounge just before two AM And called for backup because of active gunfire from inside the building. Responding officials took victims inside the lounge to the hospital, while others were taken by a private vehicles. It's unclear whether anyone was in custody in relation to the shooting. Faculty from a fame Virginia college wants a name change for a federal university. About 200 faculty members want to change the name of Washington and Lee University, located in Lexington, Virginia. Because of Robert E. Lee's ties to the Confederacy, according to the Washington Post. Some 2000 alumni also want the name change. We assumed the presidency of the college after the Civil War. Lee and members of his family are also buried on the colleges Chapel. They're both George Washington and Robert E. Lee were benefactors of the college. Keith Peters reporting. The weekly Kansas newspaper whose publisher is a county Republican Party chairman, posted a cartoon in its Facebook page likening the Democratic governors order requiring people to wear masks in public. The roundup.

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"lee university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Defeating the radical left the Marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters. And people who in many instances have absolutely no clue what they're doing. The president held America celebrate our 244th birthday Saturday with fly RVers and a fireworks display at the National Mall. Baltimore protesters have pulled out a statue of Christopher Columbus and thrown it into the city's inner harbor. A shooting at a South Carolina at nightclub left 12 people in various conditions. Early Sunday, a sheriff's officials said. A Greenville County sheriff's deputy noticed the disturbance that lavish lounge just before two AM And called for backup because of active gunfire from inside the building. Responding officials took victims inside the lounge to the hospital, while others were taken by a private vehicles. It's unclear whether anyone was in custody in relation to the shooting. Faculty from a fame Virginia college wants a name change for a federal university. About 200 faculty members want to change the name of Washington and Lee University, located in Lexington, Virginia. Because of Robert E. Lee's ties to the Confederacy, according to The Washington Post. Some 2000 alumni also want the name change. We assumed the presidency of the college after the Civil War. Lee and members of his family are also buried on the colleges chapel there. Both George Washington and Robert E. Lee were benefactors of the college Keith Peters reporting. The weekly Kansas newspaper whose publisher is a county Republican Party chairman, posted a cartoon and its Facebook page likening the Democratic governors order requiring people to wear masks in public. The roundup.

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"lee university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Defeating the radical left. The Marxists, the anarchists, the agitators, the looters. And people who in many instances have absolutely no clue what they're doing. The president held America celebrate our 244th birthday Saturday with fly arbors and a fireworks display the National Mall. Baltimore protesters have pulled out a statue of Christopher Columbus and thrown it into the city's inner harbor. A shooting at a South Carolina at nightclub left 12 people in various conditions. Early Sunday, a sheriff's officials said. A Greenville County sheriff's deputy noticed the disturbance that lavish lounge just before two AM And called for backup because of active gunfire from inside the building. Responding officials took victims inside the lounge to the hospital, while others were taken by a private vehicles. It's unclear whether anyone was in custody in relation to the shooting. Faculty from a fame Virginia college wants a name change for a federal university. About 200 faculty members want to change the name of Washington and Lee University, located in Lexington, Virginia. Because of Robert E. Lee's ties to the Confederacy, according to The Washington Post. Some 2000 alumni also want the name change. We assumed the presidency of the college after the Civil War. Lee and members of his family are also buried on the colleges chapel there. Both George Washington and Robert E. Lee were benefactors of the college Keith Peters reporting a weekly Kansas newspaper whose publisher is a county Republican Party chairman posted a cartoon and its Facebook page likening the Democratic governors order requiring people to wear masks in public. The roundup.

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"lee university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WTOP

"It's 11 21 Richmond now taking down the Confederate statues, but this proven costly Now there are private fundraising efforts underway to help offset those cost. It's not sheep tearing down 11 Confederate statues. Richmond's mayor says it'll cost nearly $2 million. So Shannon Hearten, a real estate agent in Richmond, launched an effort to raise money to help with that, but then Today we raise 1000 the next day, Where is $2500 more through just four days of fundraising. He's pulled in more than $10,000 for every dollar that raises a dollar that the city abridgement He's not on the hook for heart tends a strong supporter of the statues coming down, but he says he'd rather see tax dollars Go to Richmond schools, parks and roads. Nick finally, w. T O P News Virginia is now looking at certifying its teachers and not just American history. But African American history as well. The recommendation comes from the commission on African American History, Education. Virginia's secretary of education, and if Carney says the recommendation is one of many from the 34 member commission that was formed last year, the current belief is the full history of America isn't being told because there aren't enough teachers qualified to teach African American history. And while the state is preparing to offer African American history classes to high schoolers this fall The recommendation is that all teachers K through 12 get the certification. The commission will be releasing their full report finding September 1st. It was expected to be released this week, but was delayed because of the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T. O P News. Some student leaders at Washington and Lee University are demanding that the name of the school be changed, Washington Post reported. The students want to drop Lee from the name As it comes from the Confederate General Robert E. Lee majority of the faculty, signing a separate petition calling for that name to be changed in 2000 alumni joining in saying they want the namely to be dropped from the school's name as well. School officials say they will take up the issue on Monday. Proposed toll increase on the double screen way has Loudon County leaders seeing red and we're talking about just under eight bucks supervisor Mat Lo Turno says A 30% toll increase over five years on the Greenway is an insult to residents, especially in the midst of the pandemic. There's no question that budgets are tighter for people. There's no question that they're eliminating discretionary type of spending, he says. It's detrimental to the county tohave a road through the middle of it that so many people avoid..

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"lee university" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on WTOP

"There are private fundraising efforts underway to help the city pay the costs of doing so. It's not sheep tearing down 11 Confederate statues. Richmond's mayor says it'll cost nearly $2 million. So Shannon hearten a real estate agent enrichment launched an effort to raise money to help with that. Today we raise 1000. The next day we raise $2500 more through just four days of fundraising. He's pulled in more than $10,000 for every dollar. That raises a dollar that the city impressions He's not on the hook for heart tends a strong supporter of the stand. She was coming down, but he says he'd rather see tax dollars Go to Richmond schools, parks and roads. Nikolai Nelly w. T. O P. News Virginia is considering certifying its teachers in not just American history, but African American history as well. The recommendation comes from the commission on African American History, Education. Virginia secretary of education and if Carney says the recommendation is one of many from the 34 member commission that was formed last year, the current belief is the full history of America isn't being told because there aren't enough teachers qualified to teach African American history. And while the state is preparing to offer African American history classes to high schoolers this fall The recommendation is that all teachers K through 12 get the certification, The commission will be releasing their full report finding September 1st. It was expected to be released this week, but was delayed because of the pandemic. Michelle Morello w T o P needs some student leaders in Washington and Lee University are demanding that the name of their school be changed. The Washington Post reports. The students want to drop leave from the name it comes from the Confederate General Robert E. Lee, a majority of the faculty has signed a separate petition calling for the name to be changed and 2000 alumni. I joined a group asking for the name Lee to be dropped from the school's name. School officials say they'll consider that starting Monday. 9 22 proposed toll increase to just under $8 on the Dulles. Greenway has Loudon County leaders seeing red Supervisor Mat Lo Turno says a 30% toll increase over five years on the Greenway is an insult to residents, especially in the midst of the pandemic. There's no question that budgets are tighter for people. There's no question that they're eliminating discretionary type of spending, he says. It's detrimental to the county tohave a road through the middle of it that so many people avoid. And it's forced Loudon County Sport of Supervisors to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to build a road network of alternate roads because people won't take the Greenway due to the tolls. The public common period runs till August 24th Meal organ stain. W T. O P No to Maryland highway.

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"lee university" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lee university" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"Confirmed Thursday had attended a conference in Boston and was a symptomatic until he returned to Tennessee self quarantine once he started to feel bad has been at home since spring break at Lee university next week but W. G. O. W.'s Lewis leaves as if no break for staffers Dr Paul con sent out an email to parents reassuring them that the school is staying on top of the coronavirus situation and is ready to disinfect campus areas while students are gone if necessary no students have been affected so far but some travel plans have been changed three international trips were planned the Ireland and Honduras trips will go as planned but students who were headed to Italy will now spend their time abroad in the U. K. as a precaution voice activation Hey Google play talk one oh two point three or Alexa play news W. G. O. W. National Weather Service forecast today the little chilly sunny today more sun on the weekend and into next week and we do warm up mid fifties tomorrow lower sixties on Sunday mid sixties on Monday looks like the rain comes back on Monday night overnight Monday into Tuesday anyway and it could go for the rest of the week after that and that is the official National Weather Service forecast I'm Kevin west on W. G. O. W. my mother was very familiar with the neighborhood but one day she stopped at the stop sign and she wasn't even really sure where she's at when something feels different it could be Alzheimer's now is the time to talk a message from the Alzheimer's association and the ad council.

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"lee university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"We are taking to talk to Kevin Finch. Kevin is an assistant professor of journalism at Washington and Lee university in Virginia used to do a lot of new stuff here here in the city of Indianapolis banal, teachers, and so we thought it'd be a good time to sort of check in with him on some of the recent changes have been seeing in journalism both of the state national level and kind of put all this in little bit of perspective. Kevin something you talked about a few moments ago was critical media bias something we hear a lot about whether people accused the media bias, quote, unquote, fake news. I've always kind of jokingly said, no as human beings, we will always have biases because that's just the nature of who are the trick is can you put your bias on the side, and and treat people fairly how was the medium business doing now with this issue of media bias, we're not talking about specialty publications that are particularly clearly geared toward one audience or another particular bent ideology, like say. National review or the nation. Well. Yeah. Those and they have their role, and it's interesting to see that even those publications. Even the national review is speaking from a different perspective from a lot of the hard core base that the current president has it terms of bias overall. You're right there are, you know, human biases in Indianapolis. If you live on the north side have you ever even seen anything? South of the downtown area. Do you even know it that used to come up in meetings? I had colleagues who who would challenge me on that that I really didn't. Appreciate the entire city. That's a bias. It's not nefarious. It's not conspiratorial. I always used to say, we do not get our marching orders every day on a conference call with Havana Pyongyang's and Beijing, I mean, that's not how it works, but, you know, individual personal balance bias personal experiences. That's all of course. But there are several checks and balances within any good news organization where the copy is going to go through more than one hand set of hands three four depending on the situation. And we're those kind of things can get routed out in are done. So on a regular basis, I can say confidently having worked in three newsrooms in Indianapolis and work alongside people from a couple of others that I never heard. Anybody trying to push an agenda some people sometimes spoke. They didn't understand things they didn't know about you know, certain personal experiences, but they weren't pushing agendas, and it's interesting because one of the things that you always hear about his meal, quote, unquote, like say, no, the the media bias. But sometimes I think folks have a maybe a little bit of a hard time distinguishing between your your local FOX affiliate and say, sometimes maybe your national FOX affiliate. Oh, very true. I talked wants to general manager for the FOX affiliate in Seattle, which is certainly a Washington state a liberal hotbed, and they were having to kind of live down a FOX affiliation there and tried to assure their viewers that they were not towing the FOX national line. Now, I will say that. In general, local television stations have been pretty immune to all this until the big expansion of Sinclair where you have these sort of blur known as must carries or must runs these stories or particularly these commentaries editorials that sort of thing on a very particular viewpoint. And they're required to run those that is clearly a bias. But it's funny that some of your listeners probably have no problem with the message, but they're not recognizing that. That's also a biased. It's interesting that the whole thing about Sinclair sort of must-carry, do we sometimes in the news media business, maybe sort of underestimate underestimate our audiences ability to distinguish between, you know. What is the the local though, the big news of the day versus something being cranked out of an office somewhere with somebody with an agenda. I would say I would give the audience a lot of credit for basic intelligence. But where the problem lies is the inundation of so many messages from so many sources, so am I gonna have my thinking cap on and being discerning at this moment is I get home from work, and I just want to crash into my easy chair and watch something that my gonna stop enough to go to to put the filter on to remember that. That's that's a lot to ask a very busy viewing listening reading public. And that's where I think there's an issue not that not that there's an intelligence question, but a distraction question or a business in your lives question online with us for a few more minutes. Kevin offense assistant professor at Washington University of journalism also a former newsman here in Indianapolis been talking today about the media media business and some of the big issues that you've seen out there. Kevin one things that we continue to see Blake said in our in our. Profession. Like, we talked about earlier, you know, is this issue of consolidation and the shrinking of resources, and that also as part of a result of competition where we have sort of more news sources to deal with never before with all the information out there. How does someone become or stay a smart news consumer because even say, okay, these people in this shop said this. But but these folks had this who who am I to believe? It's a great question. It's fundamental, and I think. We've always been very careful in in in news. Even when we were personally attacked as a news organization, you know, to go get a college professor to defend girl ISM that used to be the and only recently only in the last couple of years that we just started saying that's just not true. And here's why that's not true and explaining it. We've we've been a little bit better at defending ourselves. And we used to be for the previous fifty sixty years of that sort of thing. What can it consumer do? It's just like anything else. I mean, do you just by the first bottle of of shampoo, you grab at the store or do you read labels and check it out? You know, do you buy the generic beer or you have a favorite you taste test. You you just you know, why shouldn't that same consumerism standard be applied to consuming news and checking multiple sources one of my faith. Favorite things to do is to watch a state of the union, and I go back to watching state of the Union's to Nixon. And watching the state of the union address. And then when it's over flipping around and watching all the reaction on NBC, CBS ABC, FOX MSNBC CNN, that's fun. And you get all those different perspectives. Why shouldn't you do that instead of just passively except the one that makes you comfortable before? I let you go. Let you go, my friend. I gotta ask you about the role that social media now plays now this whether this Facebook Twitter Instagram, I always say, the good thing about social media is also the bad thing. The good thing is we now have more information or fingertips than at any other point in human history. And the bad thing is we have more information and our fingertips. Than any point. And human history. It's it's information. But how much of it has been distilled? How much of it has been fact checked and this goes right back at your listeners and everybody else how many items have you passed along on Facebook? Without checking out how many items, you know, it could be as simple as I screwed up one time. A Bo Diddley oh bit that I passed along and forgot that he died three years before, you know? But that was my wake up moment on that. I've had people who put out nefarious stuff friends of mine on Facebook because I've never dropped a friendship on Facebook for politics. I loved to observe all of it. And I I caught somebody who put out something that had a dot are you you are L, which means it came directly from Russia and wasn't even shielded or disguised. And they had no problem. Putting that out. That's the question. Are you looking at this stuff, and stopping it and reading it yourself or just going ahead and just shoveling it onto the next group of people? So there's some personal responsibility. Here it's not all just on the media. And if you got to let me the vampire, just a minute Abdul, the media, the media are not the media is. The New York Times and the New York Post have almost nothing in common except New York. And so to say the media, you know, we're not we don't all work for one organization we actually compete against each other. We have different priorities different cultures. And if we could do anything today is just stop the phrase the media, not a problem. My friend, our guest, there has been a good friend. Kevin Finch former newsman here in Annapolis now assistant professor journalists at Washington and Lee university in Virginia, Kevin my friend as always good to talk to you. Thank you for being with us and visit with you a little bit down the road. Just check in and see how the media business is going these days that'd be great welcome at any time. Thanks next. Mike continue to get people to work in good paying jobs. You're listening to the edition of the dual large here on ninety three w I d. Quicksilver cards from Capital One. You earn unlimited one point five percent cashback on every purchase. Unlimited..

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"lee university" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:59 min | 3 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on EconTalk

"The overwhelming majority of professors at our Lee, universities are secular men and women the overwhelming majority are are men and women of the left. It is not true of the United States of America. First of all that the overwhelming majority are are of the left, and we have a sizable religious population in this country. Moreover, this is not just a matter of representation now we touch on an area in which enlightenment thought can. Be taken to an extreme. There are many people many among our intellectuals who believe that the secular point of view is not only a legitimate respectable point of view, a powerful point of view. They believe that it's the last word on reality. And that seems to me as many religious people do as well. I mean, there's. Oh, yeah. Yes. Yes. Fair enough. And and I'm actually equally averse to giving either group absolute power. Quite quite correct. But in our political society in the United States of America. In the United States of America today. This is it is the it is the secular class that is largely in control of our educational institutions, not the religious class. Now. This is a rather new circumstance in the history of humanity up until the enlightenment up until the enlightenment. There was not. There was barely a distinction between the religious and secular all were in one way or another lived almost all lived within a a religious framework. So so yes, religious people. You might say all people tend to equate their understanding with the world with the final understanding of the world. But for just that reason Russ it seems to me you are well justified. In your skepticism about handing over. Lots of power to determine not only decisions about labor consumption and production, but decisions about what can be said. What may not be said what may be heard? What may not be heard who are what to worship or not to? But, but so many of the issues I think are on the table on the political table or outside most of these concerns. I let me make it give it. Let's talk about the hard case. Okay. You, and I are very I think I know we're on the same page with respective freedom of speech in what could be said. And not said, and we both are upset. I know that the current state of of many university settings where certain things are literally not allowed to be said in it place where we want to believe that everything should be said. So that power education can be wielded as early as possible. I wanna put that to the side a harder case, let's talk about. Various redistribution measures that that the left and the right disagree on that interventionists and that liberals conservatives interventions versus non interventionist, disagree on in particular. We think about things like the minimum wage the earned income tax credit progressive taxation, the current levels of inequality, which was now, I think are greatly exaggerated. But even if they're greatly exaggerated. The actual levels are still large by many historical standards, and certainly lart should say all struggle stairs, by some historical measures. And and so when we think about this in the framework talking about the the lucky and get free an equal and the the political issues that of the day, you know, almost no one is willing to defend the abstract level of income. Mhm distribution that would happen in a in a free market society. Yes. Out the safety net without social welfare spending without interventions economy like minimum wage, and I don't think when I think about the people who and I tend to be one of the few who's defensive those I'm willing. I would rather see civil society and philanthropy and charity be the means by which social differences are are affected resin through the power of the legislature in the state. I'm a very lonely very lonely island air, very small group of friends..

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"lee university" Discussed on The Property Podcast

The Property Podcast

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on The Property Podcast

"His journey investing in scotland now last week we heard an an and it was ian l this week we've got another ian but it's ian be in embroil bush much stor so particular shuttleworth area these manchester for the last ten years of imran my own construction business but since graduating from lee university i have worked for most of the national contractors open down the country so people like all bovis alpha beta required on finished finished us solve my journey in fallacy coalition working on schemes to aging impounds hospitals schools office blocks you name it of experienced it so me really a case ins love building experience are huge advantage of course civil impact as that had on his journey sipho personal gymnast was started so two thousand seven so really i am only on so around the first bend on my own personal journey so it was an accidental investor again working in construction i didn't really think about proxy as an investment property was always a job and never really thought is in the potential investment so into seven a friend of mine was struggling anyway to move so i'm always house often to help him move and became a laude and in his garden i mission sukuk to proxies any garden saw soft send something that could have been quite mundane something that was reasonably exciting for me yeah as he clearly i for an opportunity and supposedly that many people probably wouldn't have done south really great to hear and unconventional style imperfect denver ease up and running let's go plan for the next few years because over the next five years suppose one of the main things is endeavouring to work in a smarter fashion while i mean by is my construction business will only work for me on while i only business he doesn't with me what threats dental customers so really it's not working for me so so that the chinese is to get to that point where it just works the meal might my projects whether that be refers will not be new build.

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"lee university" Discussed on On The Media

On The Media

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on On The Media

"This podcast has glee subscribed wherever you get your podcasts this is on the media i'm bob garfield and i'm glad stone last week the republican senate passed a tax bill intended to restructure the world's largest economy with studying haste without expert consultation filled with indecipherable handwritten editions riddled with errors and which no one had time to read that the kissed was clear it was a big win for the one percent if president apparently waking up a happy man this morning he just tweeted a few moments ago about the tax bill saying biggest tax bill and tax cuts in history just passed in the senate now these great republicans will be going for final passage the bill flew in the face of conservative rhetoric about stabilising the deficit and that may be the clearest thing about it slashing tax rates for corporations and the ultra rich will send the deficit soaring noone argues with time but not worry paul ryan his sick ignored his intention to cut medicare another entitlements to balance the books never it seems has the rhetoric of those who back a bill so belied the actual impact of the bill molly mitchell more as a historian at washington and lee university and she says to understand how we arrived at this moment we have to go back to the late nineteenth century before the age of income tax what the federal government did for most of the 19th century was collect money through tariff status to say taxes on imported goods and state and local governments collected taxes through property taxes through excise taxes particularly on sinful things like tobacco and alcohol mmhmm but what the populists said was that this system of taxation wasn't fair it didn't get act the extreme wealth of a lot of the gilded age robber barons it didn't tax things like stocks or bonds and the.

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"lee university" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on The Takeaway

"This is the takeaway for thursday november 16th 2017 this is the take away i'm todd's will like it's good to have you with us today and let's begin in washington where today house republicans passed a massive tax bill that amounts to over one point four trillion dollars in tax cuts over the next decade house speaker paul ryan and other republicans had been working on this bill for years in many ways these huge tax cuts defined what it means to be a republican read my lips with a government serving the people not the other way around we've really done benefit when government tanks left from the people can't raise taxes outrageous to suggest that raising taxes is a good idea to must give overcharged taxpayers some of their own money back a massive tax cut we've got to get out of the game of washington picking winners and losers in the tax code to deliver this giant win for the american people and begin middle class miracles tax cuts are republican dogged by even in an era when the party's leader president donald trump seems to be scorching the rest of the gop identity in a fire filled with tweets and insults and friendly gestures toward russia listen to president ronald reagan here 1980 one and you get a sense from this icon of conservatism what low taxes mean to republicans we will restore the freedom of all men and women to excel and to create we will unleash the energy ingenious of the american people traits which have never failed is what you just heard there is a moment that paul ryan still talks about from a president he talks about all the time so how did american politics come to hate taxes so very much to american voters hate taxes as much as their politicians do molly mitchell more is professor at washington and lee university and author of tax and spend the welfare state tax politics and the limits of american liberalism molly thanks for being with us hi thanks for having me on also with his vanessa williamson a fellow at the brookings institution an author of read my lips why americans are proud to pay taxes vanessa welcome thanks for having me vanessa do americans actually like paying taxes.

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"lee university" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:10 min | 4 years ago

"lee university" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"This will so that seems terribly inappropriate guzman now rob confided to a friend his suspicions about susi and frets but he didn't reveal them to the police he's still feeling kind of loyal to her two sister when asked if anybody in the family had an unusual interest in weapons though rob did bring up fritz and when police question suzy they actually found her to be quite charming and bubbly as if they were just having a friendly lunch together are getting together for tea but they went into the apartment and they found it extremely cluttered fritz was sitting on the couch and she said this is my cousin fritz he just helps us out uh suzy heard the moot books and papers to even make space for the deter due to sit down this is identical to the house that a fritz grew up in particular and the medical office of dr cleaner than circle so the turkis would try to be from lee but fritz his in opening up at all he's not talking hitches just sat there watching and suzy's making small talk so they ask about the murder suzy showed the most concern over the condition of the family home she is worried that the fingerprint us would damage things and she also ask about the whereabouts of her grandmother's silver jewellery and mink coat right since she's thinking at outlet she's going to inherit and trying to keep things in good condition but not really showing any concern about the loss of these people are who did it exactly so during this investigation detectives found of young man named ian perkins and he was a friend of fritz's who lived in read spell in was only twenty one he was a student at washington and lee university in lexington virginia at this point detectives questioned him and after a small amount of interrogation in recounted what had happened on the night of the new syms murders hurt his referring stir opening up right so fritz clinter had confided in the end that he worked for the cia.

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