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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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02:41 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:33 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Of. This is her baby using this particular technique and is it shows very neat things when you have a data set that that's Lard that so large you couldn't. Really. Get a hold of a true understanding of it without kind of doing it in a pictorial format. So you get this cloud of different clusters and their related in different ways, and we show how they evolved over time but. Because so much of it. Has Been chunked into the last decade way we couldn't show a great deal of transformation in very fine way but overall, we did show this this kind of transition to further down in what we describe as logic model toward trying to get past hand waving and toward at showing some outcomes but not whether or not the program itself. Was Responsible for those? is a bit like We're dealing with with these covid vaccine trials right? You have some things that have shown some outcomes, but we haven't done the correct tests of them that that show whether or not relative to other CBO they have any effect. So it's like that with. The best our programs. Are least dealing with the idea that they need to have some sort of outcome measure and that's as far as we've really gotten in the literature but we still haven't gotten to true impact because we're not properly designing these things to allow for that sort of outcome. Yeah. Yeah. One thing that jumped out I. Don't know if this is relevant Mike. been be look at the three cluster analysis over time. the big bubble in the middle was labeled responsibility that seems to shrink over time, and so you know the cost analysis, post, twenty tens There is no snow you know bubble data's. That's labeled responsibility anymore What does implication of that? I don't know offhand I forgot about that particular aspect of it, but you know the terminology changes over time yeah. We've moved from corporate social responsibility to maybe a focus on sustainability or innovation. Impact and so you know some of that is a just a change. In the scholarly terminology. We do have this great habit of trying to make our particular term be the the the grand one that's US across all studies and sometimes it works. Okay okay. And you have a automatic model as you mentioned Corporate social. Responsibility logic model. And you know you have some anti students, you have corporate social activities, solves outcomes, and ultimately impacts. And the difficulty again, as you know really kind of going to entire model and getting to real impacts off this you know Saudi initiatives, right? and. So. S S look forward into Serena..

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:04 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"While the degree to which the literature has shown. That all of these activities or any of these are activities actually have social impact because there are all these programs companies are putting literally billions of dollars. A lot of it marketing, but a lot of it substantially as well. into efforts to have significant impact on very big problems. If you look at some of the the materials of some of the major corporations I mean they are making grand claims about transforming society and very meaningful important ways. So we thought well, let's look at the studies. And because we don't have direct access to all of these projects he up. Let's look at the studies and see if we find that impact and well I mean we did not I don't want to spoil the surprise. Zero. Yeah. Yeah. So I found it. Very interesting. Mike. So you sort of looked at longitudinal as well. Right Yeah since. What we go back to one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy or so yeah we we tried to look at all of it but it wasn't really substantive until the turn of the Millennium and then it particularly in the most recent decade with was five thousand plus of the six, thousand plus. Yeah. So you know one of the things that that I'd die picked up is say annual spending by fortune five, hundred phones on corporate philanthropy. EXCEEDS FIFTEEN BILLION Dollar amounts in in a in a regime where we have one company, what two trillion dollars. I I don't know if that is that significant let let's that's a good point relative but still a lot of money that could make a big difference I think I could I could probably have a hell of a party was just a fraction of that money. That's for sure. So you the people there's callers have shown that Sia saw can provide relational reputation financial benefits of flow undertaking. And so let me ask you sort of a loaded question is also a marketing gimmick..

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:33 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"By, attaching strings to the resources use of resources, those stakeholders could control. So this is more probably more relevant for primary stakeholders, right? Well. That's that's again the logic is that. FIRMS WILL BE CONCERNED WITH Societal issues to the degree, which is the realm of some of these secondary stakeholders to the degree that primary stakeholders are and oh If they're not then than they really don't have the discretion the freedom to do it because then they would be harmed by their powerful primer sticklers. Right. Yeah, you know you're looking at a lot of literature around this. It's a it's a topic that is will search quite a bit. but you know that there's some assumptions. Made in previous work that may not be true. For example, you say, lately, all the bounded rationality of actors limitations to cognitive capacity. taken into account in stay cold into literature. and this goes back to the the idea that you know especially, secondly, stakeholders as a collection of individuals. Who may be motivated by by something but may not may not have the capacity to really analyze and rationally think about it. Yeah Yeah I. think that's a fair. A lot of my work is. Trying to create more of a process. Or stakeholder influence over firms and firms influences over stakeholders. getting beyond kind of the the point estimate is the way I describe a lot of the work in the in the literature is. They say, given this situation. How, will stakeholder respond in a? Will they attack the farm? Will they ignore? But that presumes that the stakeholder has even seen it. Yeah. But we're all dealing. You know we are the stakeholders and I really don't have any idea what's going on at Exxon Mobil right now. or many other companies and so. Or expected to somehow keep track of all this, and then as a company does something bad. Somehow that's supposed to filter into our consciousness and lead to that decision point but I say step back if you. Up to the top of that particular funnel and see whether or not you even notice it and then how you process it before you even come to that decision point. You'll see that most of it gets filtered out before you even have the chance to make that decision. Yeah Yeah. So you have free here you call stakeholder influence in the digital age. Where you have inflammation disclosures that gets filtered into share decisions to act. That gets framed into changes in firm behaviors and be talked about a little bit of this already deras. You call it sense. Making sense giving Gripe from disclosure into dink decisions he went to describe de bit. That's all. Different parts of the process and since making sense giving your kind of standard terms in the literature, we just applied it to this particular setting but. The idea is that as an event happens it has to actually be processed. You have to decide whether it's a good actor a bad act me different people are gonNA disagree about it or relative to a given firm if it has a good history. Then the new events might be interpreted in a more favorable light than if that firm has had a bad history for example, and so all that stuff.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"United not be legitimate and. It takes a long time to get there sure and firms that aren't really taking the long view and just kind of our knee-jerk responding can get swayed by that emotion and do some quick action. That they often have to reverse as another group who has the opposite view comes in and attacks them. We've seen it many many times. A example that comes to mind is. I. Think support for gay rights at Walt Disneyworld or Microsoft. So at one point. They, supported it, and then the next day they pull their support because they were pushed back by the right man and you just ended up looking very bad. The companies need to do things that are more consonant with their identity and stick with those and defend them where necessary as opposed to being just kind of buffeted around us as they get a bad tweet here and there And then there's the question of sort of the power struggle, right so typologies of stakeholder influenced strategies have developed based on essentially two dimensions, full power and stakeholder power for right and so I don't know what you what your perspective is Mike. So stakeholders are distributed Isn't a firm in a better position to sort of look at. A variety of sponsor they're getting to optimize said, debate that wants to do venison stakeholders don't really have sufficient comp I since competence but inflammation and clan spat himse to do that in a dramatic way or or not. Oh definitely I, mean, that's my ultimate argument is that We've been trying to come up with this kind of market solutions. To corporate governance for decades, and we've we successfully sold it in the academic literature, and of course, businesses buy into it because it keeps government off their back but you know decentralizing control of corporations to individuals means that you're get put into the hands of people who really don't have access to all the information or no you know even the the ability to distinguish. What should be done and and they all disagree as well and so. That leaves companies with a lot of discretion to play I mean classic corporate governance. Outside of the digital age. Talks about you know basically shareholder concentration, and if you have a few large shareholders, you're much more closely governed than if you have a very distributed everybody owns a couple of shares you can basically do whatever you want as a result, and that's what this is produced in an environment where. There is no centralized control because government has backed off under the notion that the reputation of the farm will hold sway in the obviously only do good things because they don't WanNa harm the reputation but. That reputational mechanism is in the hands of all these people who really don't know what's going on and can easily be played by skillful company right right. So. So you say in the paper Mike Vendettas Height interdependence because the firm centrally located in a dense stakeholder network. The firm Bingo, she had with those stakeholders who deal directly with the firm..

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:27 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Yes. So it is. You know in some sense it's sort of scary in the sense that. Because we don't really have any control over the message so to speak. you know it. It's possible in some some arenas fake news has more power than Real News, right? definitely I mean, it's it. It reinforces what you already think if it's used effectively and so and then. Sort of makes you. To Actual facts so in the end. Even, if you're earnest and you're not biased in particular way. you don't know what to pay attention to what to believe, and so everything becomes questionable and it's really hard to distinguish reality. Yeah and so you know this this, you might be able to predict this from theoretical perspective that you get polarization. North only as in the secondly stable in the secondly stakeholder community for the firm, but also in the political arenas. Because you you tend to believe or you tend to listen to what you believe, and then you listen to that. So we influencing effect right and so we think about the digital age and you know the idea that somehow. We have access all this information, but we pay attention to a narrower and now are more specialized slice, and so it's perverse in that we actually get more that lesson form. So we have access to more food, but we eat more and more junk food UNHEALTHIER as a result and it has a perverse outcome which is. Really the point we we're trying to make in that papers. With all of this, we actually don't have more control. It's it's stalled out and we we suspect actually has declined. Yeah, yeah, and you know then you've reviewed the literature you as a White Dwarf nations act as they do and you say maybe this is from Freeman paper ninety, eighty, four case called theory bridges. These perspectives by arguing that because they can affect flown performance stakeholders influence form behavior, but Fulham's make strategic decisions about how to respond state stakeholder. Demands. And that that idea has gotten more and more. You know sort of obscure in the sense that. You know if there was any accountability in the in the past formed for the forms responded some you know some stay colder objection it has become deaths. So now, right because of all the noise. Up Possibly Do Tire out pretty quickly. There you know the twitter storms have less than twenty four hours cycles. So you can generally wait them out but you know the other interesting angle of that is that. People feel like they've done something if all they do is just like or forward or re tweet something. And so that we, call it slack ISM. And It it's very easy to write out so people can basically splint. Vent their spleen on social media and companies. Can you know ignore it for a day and then it goes on? We have very short memories and companies that even get heavily pilloried and maybe lose significant stock value one day bounceback the next and so companies figure out that. If they just ignore it or they gently apologized but don't change their behavior. Folks. May May look bad for a day, but they'll go past it in the next. You know again in the in the review of literature. Again, you find that it's an impact study by easily and Lennox in two thousand six. That An urgent request by secondly, state quotas are more likely to save positive responses from foams. It seems obvious but it s modest indications as to how secondly stakeholders should think about what they WANNA do. Right. It's Loads I think a lot of the responses may be from the airwaves system by emotions. And emotions are self-reinforcing and gets amplified in the social.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:49 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Between. The the actions of the Farms and Secondary stakeholders even though it's really only going to benefit the primary stakeholder so firms will do things that benefit the primary stakeholders while. Not, necessarily doing those things of benefits secondary sticklers. Right right. So so if they were to have some sort of a objective function, it doesn't necessarily include a secondly stakeholders. And the the notion is the stakeholders may have. may have you know some some issue with the full or they have some guidance for the. and so they can. They can simple and given the social media. The power of social media asked the foam deduce it do something. Now at that juncture, the firm's managers have dues sort of look at that request and look at what they're trying to maximize. Right right. Yeah, and so often it's not so easy to make the business case for some of these societal issues and so they go by the wayside. Unless there's a time of just excess resources or they're under attack or it's the kind of a pet project of particularly powerful primary stakeholder. So. If the primary stakeholders care about this, then the firms may take it on but. Just out of general kindness. That's often not a great longterm driver of corporate. Behavior. Right right and you talk about again if I think about incentives Denison. Inflammation overload. In the Internet as we all are familiar with and so that the two competing things going on the second is stakeholders now Presumably they have a stage do to to interact with the foam but on the other hand, there's so much information. That, that is coming to them. It becomes difficult for them to assemble to get on that stage to do something right Yeah. So it's difficult for. Secondary stakeholders to break through I. Mean there are so many of them coming at the firm from very different directions that firms basically don't the they don't have to listen to any of those because they can ride out that storm and.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

05:21 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Of business of the University of Oklahoma. And Fellow of the Institute of Ethical leadership at Rutgers. University. Belka. Might thanks pleasure to be here. I want to start with one of your recent papers. entitled. The rice and store. The Rice and store of stakeholder influence. How the digital age limits social control in which you ask has stakeholders increase their influence over phone behavior in the digital age. I before we get into it Mike, I want to get a definition of stakeholder. Been I. Think about stakeholders in general I, think about shareholders managers of the flow employees, buyers and suppliers to the immediate community, the flow located and society mouth. broadly. Is that a complete set or am I missing somebody? Well, it's a pretty amorphous concept that has excuse me. Has. been. Accused of being kind of all things all people and therefore meaningless. In some settings but yeah, I. Think Your List Is. Pretty. Accurate that. We have some breakdown of righty different ways between primaries, stakeholders, secondary stakeholders. Distinctions that we make so but yeah I it's those who can affect or affected by the firms behaviors as the general definition. And over time it's become mostly focused on those who can affect the firm. Logan and so so what's the difference walkout? How do you differentiate between primary and secondary stakeholders? Generally, it's if they have a transactional relationship with a firm. Deprive. Yeah. So they have resources that the firm wants access to and therefore they can. Basically. Have Power direct power over the firm by. Their, willing to provide those resources and end on favourable terms. Okay Okay and. So in the people you stay I mean this is sort of what you've reached in terms of a concussion you say the from cognitive theory to argue that all to social media has made it easier for stakeholders to broadcast their demands. The methods used to cope with a drastic change in quantities and qualities of inflammation in the digital age have limited stakeholder influence in the aggregate. Do you WanNa talk a bit about that?.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

02:49 min | 5 months ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"michael barnett" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"With a wind advisory kicking in at one o'clock or ten o'clock tonight I'm Natalie Rodriguez president trump is addressing the nation this afternoon after being acquitted in the Senate impeachment trial on a mostly partisan vote the Republican Mitt Romney sided with Democrats on one of the two articles GOP party leaders in our state are reacting we disappointed of course in that Romney's wrote but not surprised he a lot of emotions to cloud his judgment and the people of Utah deserve better the people of our country deserve better on the twenty Republican Party chair Michael Barnett says Ronnie chose to ignore the president's accomplishments and voted with Democrats because of his dislike of president trump you will Rick Scott wants to change the constitution making it harder to impeach a president the four Republican senators proposing an amendment that would raise the threshold to approve articles of impeachment in the house from a simple majority to a super majority three fifths he says the country should never again quote have to suffer from this partisan hack Karie employers governor is a pretty popular guy after reviewing public opinion data financial news website twenty three seven Wall Street dot com ranks Ron descent as the seventh most popular with an approval rating of fifty percent the most popular governors Wyoming's mark Gordon with a sixty nine percent approval South Florida congressman Ted Deutch on a mission to overturn citizens United the landmark twenty ten Supreme Court case changing how campaign finance and money are used in American politics one of the people I am the integrity of their government again and they know that that fight over and getting the money and politics is limiting the amount of money a lot in elections not only levels the playing field so people from all walks of life can run for office it also protects elections from foreign interference the search is on for the driver involved in.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Just the Super Bowl this Sunday this coming Sunday is groundhog day when legend has it a groundhog in Pennsylvania will emerge from his hole and if he sees his shadow it means six more weeks of winter but if Peter has its way Bonser Tony fill won't see a shadow at all because you'll be replaced by an animatronic look alike the animal rights group is ask the bones of Johnny groundhog club to use robot groundhog with artificial intelligence to predict the weather maybe it could download the prediction from the internet Jim Chevy CBS news an underwater explorer believes he's found the rack of a ship that Dennis nearly a century ago the SS Cotopaxi was thought to have disappeared in the rear triangle in nineteen twenty five but in a new TV show for the science channel Michael Barnett concluded sank off the north Florida coast the steam powered bolt carrier left from Charleston South Carolina for Havana but never made it none of the bodies of anyone on board were recovered math paper CBS news live for you number one news station radio nine fifty WGN good morning thank you for joining us on a Thursday January thirtieth twenty twenty I'm Jim Matthews for W. W. newsradio nine fifty plenty of clouds expected over the next couple of days along with highs in the mid thirties a couple of snow showers are likely Saturday the complete accu weather forecast coming up minutes meteorologist Carol but been ski right now it's cloudy twenty nine degrees for Detroit dubbed object is time for all five governor gradual Amer says that Michigan will be borrowing three and a half billion dollars to rebuild the state bridges and highways over the next five years was all their second of a state of the state address delivered last night Lansing governor calling in a responsible way to start fixing the deteriorating roads after the Republican led legislature rejected her proposed a forty five cent per gallon fuel tax hike tomorrow I will ask the state transportation commission to issue state road bonds so we can start fixing the rose now my rebuilding Michigan plan is finance without an increase at the gas pump.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Beach county the back and forth over Florida's election recount continues to heat up now so are some of the ballot counting machines in Palm Beach county. The twenty four seven workload overheated the decades-old machines forcing workers here to restart the recount of one hundred seventy nine thousand ballots. Meanwhile, the lawsuits are flying. There's been nearly a dozen so far and the incumbent democrat Senator Bill Nelson soon over votes rejected for mismatch signatures. The sitting Senator was back on Capitol Hill, the Republican Rick Scott was also they're continuing to act like the winner attending orientation for newly elected members with so much at stake, Republicans are alleging voter fraud and Democrats are crying voter suppression. All of it. A reminder of the messy two thousand presidential recount, Broward and Palm Beach counties are two of the most populated and lean heavily democratic and with the state politically evenly split razor thin vote. Margins are amplified Republican Michael Barnett says it shouldn't be this hard. There's not a problem with the law. There's a problem with the competence and the equipment Mitchell burger lead attorney for Florida's democrat says Florida's system simply isn't designed to handle high voter turnout. If taxpayers want to pay for a system that always count on a sixty percent, plus turn out it will require more money officials here in Palm Beach county said the machines were fixed, but there has been a law in the activity and doubts. The county will be able to complete the recount by three PM deadline Broward County, where the votes are being tally ficials there believe they will make the deadline that has Manuel Bojorquez stormy Daniels. Lawyer Michael avenue ATI was arrested yesterday over allegations of felony domestic violence the charges arose from an alleged incident, Tuesday, prompting the LAPD to take avenue Audie into custody upon his release hours later, he made this statement, I have never struck a woman, I never will strike a woman I have been an advocate for women's rights my entire career. And I'm going to continue to be an advocate avid ATI said the accusations are fabricated and meant to harm his reputation. KCBS news time three.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on KCBS All News

"County the back and forth over Florida's election recount continues to heat up now so are some of the ballot counting machines in Palm Beach county the twenty four seven workload overheated. The decades old machines forcing workers here to restart the recount of one hundred seventy nine thousand ballots. Meanwhile, the lawsuits are flying. There's been nearly a dozen so far. And the incumbent democrat Senator Bill Nelson soon over votes rejected for mismatch signatures. The sitting Senator was back on Capitol Hill, the Republican Rick Scott was also they're continuing to act like the winner attending orientation for newly elected members with so much at stake, Republicans are alleging voter fraud and Democrats are crying voter suppression. All of it. A reminder of the messy two thousand presidential recount, Broward and Palm Beach counties are two of the most populated and lean heavily democratic and with the state politically evenly split razor thin vote. Margins are amplified Republican Michael Barnett says it shouldn't be this hard. There's not a problem with the law. There's a problem with the competence and the equipment Mitchell burger lead attorney for Florida's democrat says Florida's system simply isn't designed to handle high voter turnout. If tax payers want to pay for a system that always counts on a sixty percent, plus turnout, it will require more money officials here in Palm Beach county said the machines were fixed, but there has been a law in the activity and doubts. The county will be able to complete the recount by three pm deadline in Broward County, where the votes are being tallied ficials. There believe they will make the deadline. KCBS news time eleven thirty six imagining a better Bank starts with looking at the savings rates. Most banks offer and saying really Capital One is building something better..

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"michael barnett" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"To be included in the two thousand eighteen midterm election. Now, there's a transcript I understand from the Palm Beach county canvassing board proceedings had to show that the candidates lawyers objected to the rejection of the votes cast by non-citizens. There's a weird situation. So you've got the chairman of the Palm Beach Republican party. Michael Barnett said the county's canvassing board deemed a vote invalid after discovering have been cast by non-citizens Barnett added that the democratic candidates lawyers objected to disallowing the legal vote. Both Gillerman Nelson. Were reported to having conceded to their opponents after Tuesday's election because it was at tight despite conceding. It appears that both Democrats, you know, both democratic candidates have been. Put back into play as Donald Trump stated on on Friday. I mean, this is such a bizarre situation one of Nelson's lawyers, his Mark Elias, and he's also a Clinton campaign lawyer follow me. And he's worked for the Democratic National Committee, and he has ties to the infamous dossier regarding President Trump and Russia. So Guillem rescinded his concession in a tweet on Saturday. Adding that he was unapologetic and uncompromised and his call for a recount now. Gillam had challenged the Republican Ron Santa's for governor of Florida while Nelson ran against the current governor. Rick, scott. How soon they forget for Senate in the two.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"So the we could we could review exactly what happened and how that race was stolen from Allen west. We went we had no intention of overturning the results, but we needed to know at least for the future. So we can avoid this kind of thing from happening again, at least in Saint Lucie county. Now, we're talking about Broward County, which is an entirely different cluster. Yeah. Well, my folks live in Saint Lucie. So this is this is great information. And I'm going to pass this on to them personally, not only to our listeners. But Michael Barnett? I wanna thank you so much. I know you've got a lot on your plate today. But it was very nice of you to join us and keep us up to date, and I'm gonna I'd like to reach out to you in the future. If if there are more developments anytime, you like to talk to me, I'd love to share with you. What's going on here on the ground? Tabulating center. Thank you very much. Take care. Michael Barnett, Palm Beach county, Republican party chairman and there, and there you have it there you have it. I mean, it it's it's plain as day liberal progressives elect liberal progressives to rig elections. The woman that's in charge of this recount right now that's going to determine the outcome of of Rhonda Santa's as as governor Rick Scott as Senator which right now, they're in the lead. This is a woman who is who was caught and exposed but allowed to continue her role. She was stuffing ballots and rigging the vote two years ago. Florida. I would imagine why can't even imagine. What California's like, can you even that is mind boggling you've got over a million illegal foreign nationals in California. Okay. And that was a year as a year ago, and they have driver's licenses. And that's all you need to vote in California. And Jerry Brown. He's probably on his third joint today. Eighteen after four. I'm Ken Matthews. We'll be right. Hey, it's page.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A large contribution from a campaign standpoint but you can pay a candidate or a holder of office pretty much whatever you want to come and make a speech thousands of other doctors were paid over twenty five thousand dollars during that time says this this information from researchers at harvard university physicians who prescribed particularly large amounts of the drugs were the most likely to get paid this dr andrew kaladze senior scientists at the institute of behavioral health at the heller school for school policy and management at brandeis university co director of the opioid research policy research collaborative says it smells like doctors being bribed to sell narcotics and that's very disturbing the harvard researchers said that it's not clear whether the payments encourage the doctors to prescribe the company's drug or whether the pharmaceutical companies seek out and reward doctors who are already high prescribers dr michael barnett is assistant professor of health policy and management at the hartford chan school of public health i don't know if the money is causing the prescribing or the prescribing is leading to the money but in either case it's potentially a vicious cycle follow the money to do analysis cnn along with barnet and harvard's doctor a new palm gina examined to federal government databases and one tracks payments by drug companies to doctors in the other tracks.

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"michael barnett" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"michael barnett" Discussed on Here & Now

"But at least the declaration creates a sense of urgency even go one step further and i'd say that that might be the major benefits actually dr michael barnett teaches at harvard t h chan school of public health massachusetts was the first state to declare a public health emergency because of the epidemic since then others have followed mostly this has meant increasing access to the opioid reversal drug no lock zone and getting more data and that's a start burnett says after all this isn't something you can just contain like other emergencies there's a much more limited capacity for you know extreme government intervention can necessarily make a difference here but it does chip away at one of the most intractable problems stigma as steve who's now in recovery remembers i will always thought you know addict sargis terrible people who make terrible decisions who just aren't strong enough being throw at like yeah it's it's different sits totally different so and so is his life now he's got a car and a job but as overdoses skyrocket steve story may still be a rare one for here and now i'm we'll stone in phoenix as we continue to follow the latest news about charlottesville and the president's comments on the subject we want to look back now at the history of white supremacist activity in the us were joined by nathan connolly an ad airs both history professors and cohosts of the weekly podcast backstory ed let me start with you we could have a whole conversation about slavery but let's talk today about what happened afterwards when was the first surge in white supremacist activity in the us.

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