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"5 33. The New York State Bar Association has opened an inquiry. Into whether Rudy Giuliani should be expelled after the remarks he made during President Trump's rally ahead of the capital riot last week. Giuliani is the president's personal attorney. At one point, he said, Let's have trial by combat. And Democratic State Senator Brad oilman, chairman of the Judiciary Committee, has made a formal request to the state Court system to begin the process of stripping Giuliani of his law license. Middlebury College in Vermont is considering revoking the honorary degree it awarded Giuliani in 2005. There has been no comment from New York City's former mayor wins news time 5 34 1 of the Trump Administration's final foreign policy moves is aimed at hampering the new Biden. Administration when it comes to Cuba put in Cuba on a list of state sponsors of terror correspondent Andy Field with the story tonight, last minute declaration of Cuba as a terrorist nation complicates President elect Biden's reopening any relations with Havana State Department insisting Cuba is exporting terror, including supporting the Maduro government in Venezuela. President Trump's also changed policy in Yemen and Taiwan, making it harder for President Biden to change course with those countries. The Biden admonition. Gration can remove countries from the list, but not before a formal review process wins these time. 5 35 in his study has found that smoking pot may expose you to the same types of toxic chemicals found in tobacco smoke. The research found that people who smoked marijuana had higher blood in urine levels of several toxins, including one which is associated with anemia, liver and neurological damage. The study is published in the journal E clinical Medicine. Pope Francis has changed church law to allow a greater role for women during mass correspondent Sabina Castell Franco has the story out of Rome tonight. In a new decree titled Spiritus Dominy. Pope Francis took another step towards greater equality for women in the Catholic Church, well, reaffirming that women cannot be priests. He changed church, Lou to explicitly allow women to have more roles during mass women could be installed. His Lecter's read the Scriptures and conserve on the altar as you Chris ministers in the past, these roles were reserved for men. With exceptions, He said he was making the change to increase recognition of what he called the Precious contribution women make in the church wins news time 5 36. Where is Samantha in the Sex and the city revival tent and winds. Entertainment is neck feel like you live a lot of your life online. On average adult spent almost seven hours online a day last year and all that shopping, banking browsing and sharing, convene, exposing your personal information making you vulnerable. The cyber criminals. In fact, 64% of adults admit to accepting risks online for convenience, like accepting cookies without a thought, giving away personal information, location, data and search history to third parties. Is it any wonder that one and four people had malware on one of their connected devices? Or that there's a victim of identity theft every three seconds? Probably not..

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04:13 min | 6 months ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"It cannot be country by country I know that some countries scab carbon tax, but it is not useful unless unless the entire system. Implemented trade. What you're suggesting is rather meeting for market mechanism to kick in worldwide. Why don't we take it out the biggest player in the market in this case, the Fed. and and create some some level of discipline into the market. And again. So This does the court here? I like for Milton Friedman. So only a crisis, no actual procedure will produce real change. So when that crisis occurs the actions that are taken depend on the ID. So this is also a bit of you know my my idea to share some of those ideas on the platform on the force platform but wanted to come back on. There are elements where. With. Where we have to start thinking. So we con- denied we can be proud of our footprint in two thousand twenty. So we have the six headed as I mentioned at the beginning we have six headed in a crisis. So what are some of the ideas that we could embrace I think one of the notions is to? Introduce the notion of what I would call the carrying economy rewarding economy healing economy because we are in pain, you know whether it's our economy as a nation as individuals we need healing we need caring absolutely and so So there are some notions in there I think that we. Could incorporate in in a sense so that you know given our stresses that we can see in our daily in our daily lives know especially in the realm of climate change. So there is an element whereby essential banking in this case, the Fed could issue rewards right in rewards in a sense that you could Be provided with an incentive to start in regenerating part of your economy. So let's take an example so. Now, you have a private initiative in its company, a start up company skuld regenerative network. So Regan, Network and. They are providing incentives to farmers who are you working the soil of their lamps and so the top sweat by working top Ciller delancey by moving away from synthetic fertilizers which are contributing to the overall heating up of our earth you know they are giving an incentive to enlarge to magnify the secrets, the sequestration or the the the carbon potential of the farmers land. So that could be that's an enormous benefit you know for us to society, but also for the Fed in future years having, it could prevent having to intervene as I had referred to through quantitative easing, having to print money in order to pay outs a people suffering from climate. Closed the calamities. So you could give right now all kinds of incentives. To make sure that these efforts are being Being know initiated the same for. Working on on wetlands restoration it's you know this. It could add to flood defences as we've seen last year with the Mississippi flooding we had major disruption in supply chain. These are things as a human race we see a civilization we see we can so there's solution out there if we actually you know again start to think outside the box an start to be about what those challenges are and how we actually provide the right incentives for people to reallocate resources and capital to those beneficial kind of yet. I want to quickly touch on frank one of your other of Forbes article the Fed and digital currencies. What's possible? So Most Watson digital currency Yes. So additional currency is actually a currency for which it's not tangible..

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Scientific Sense

05:40 min | 6 months ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Trying to establish a relationship between against some the risk free. And a relation to volatility to overall the market returns. The correlation with with the from owns. Owns that comes or generates of capital. Now, again, what we have in that function we make fooled. Abstraction of the finality costs. So what we could do is we could add it as a function. Again of our observations are readings stood the co two VPN or to the finite carbon reserve. That we have So this is the The four hundred twenty tonnes that we currently have as a reserve carbohydrates. And then we can say, okay, this is going to add let's say four to five percent and again you know we could undertake more precise. Research to to calibrate the exact level, and then we can actually consider rebates as a result of the rankings in this universe of the foreign corporations. For the best performing, you could actually take away the full you know carbon margin that would be applied to fort, much sent, and so for the people that are you know heavy At which have very heavy carbon footprint, you would leave or they would not be able to date any of that cost. So what you would do as a result of this calibration methodology or change in that methodology is that you would leave a higher cost of capital for those companies that don't undertake any incentive to reduce their carbon footprint, and as a result, you know you would increase the hurler rate or discount rate. So it's a way it's a the proportion of allergies is a wage decarbonised. The discount rate that is applied. You know in fairness opinions at the moment, it's an emmy transactions in private equity transactions. So we all use a spray, the opinions based on the discount rate. Now a which you know it's emanating from the Cadillac pricing mythology, but we are not taking into account that carbon footprint. So this is a solution you know straightforward. Easy to to apprehend comprehend into to. So And that's one way by starting to recognize and reconsider the allocation of your capitalism function of people's carbon footprint and our observations of Co two PM in the atmosphere as well as the remaining. Carbon s you to reserve set at about four hundred. Yes Sort of talked out late requirements regarding disclosures..

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"middlebury college" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

03:27 min | 6 months ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on Scientific Sense

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"middlebury college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

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05:09 min | 1 year ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Former athlete at Middlebury College is not the first athlete who played contact sports who took his own life he is also not the first twenty something to struggle with mental health problems but his story illustrates the challenges parents face as they decide whether to let their sons and daughters play contact sports as well as deciphering conflicting messages from scientists in sports leagues about head trauma an in depth look at concussions from Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports Nancy set this up this story about Matthew Benedict who played it basically all contact sports growing up top football hockey lacrosse in out there at Middlebury College and he and I'm in July he committed provided some topic I mean people are building where he was working and his parents well he didn't bring would not able to be had the only thing that and they think that it was the culmination of hit that he took over his ears and playing contact sports and when he died he was only twenty six next week China twenty thought about that what I thought was interesting in your story too and I guess perhaps disappointing from a medical standpoint is that C. T. easy can only be diagnosed during an op during autopsy yeah and that is one of the things you know there's there still is no much about the heat that we don't know on you know most researchers will say that there is a link between yeah EP exactly what the lingo they're still trying to find out and part of that is going to be finding a wedding diagnosed and researchers think that they're getting closer right there so much and until we have that we can't answer all the questions like if somebody what wrong genetic like an alcoholic drug drug use if there is any accelerate the progression of the disease there's there's still a lot that we need to find out and getting a leather bag it can get pretty much all of those questions boy it's disappointing to I guess that there's still a stigma attached to this as I guess the the as the Benedicts found out right yeah map you wrote a very personal stake a couple days after he graduated from Middlebury he had been struggling with mental health issues is your speed at which the title game one he had to really hard to get and they believe that he had post concussion syndrome as a result right he wrote the fact they and just really they were very openly and very honestly talk about the issues that it had been a failure is in talk about a couple of times that you need but whether they were officially need to reply to pump the water just you know whatever wise you would open about it and while some people crave comport there are other people who were saying you should be writing like that you know whether it's because of the school one as a gesture to the school could've been doing wanted to adopt Michael how or just not you know me and put it out there because it's become players might yet and after that you really withdrew that he you know he he he had to have struggled with mental illness so that people would die if you didn't know him well you wouldn't know that anything was wrong with anti armor columnist at USA today sports she's written a powerful piece entitled concussions and contact sports what these parents learned from their son's death what struck me too was would seem like a sudden change in personality for Mr Benedict was at the age of twenty one right we came home one Christmas break anybody but normally the life of the the Christmas spirit was completely removed yeah and his parents are very very very much that he would would drop in the family his mom said that often times you go upstairs room and she get out of bed and she could that wasn't her son and he told her that he had been in a funk for more than a month so it it can balance the rapidly and they work mightily to get help but you know unfortunately that is better than it could get me in and how we are bringing it in the right I think we're gonna have to work like that for the parents of Mr Benedict I I don't want to say their messages or guess what their messages that it might be like don't play contact sports of what they say I I'm just to hold it in they both say that if they had to do it over and their their boys would not have played sports what how that contact sports at the age that they did you know they started playing when they are sick content in your call okay and it's not just football that's that's one of the really big tech way to restore you it is not just a product that people need to be concerned about but also to the Benedict want to remove the stigma especially among young people that they know that they are free to if they are struggling that they are free to go and seek help or that they will approach somebody that they will feel that they need to hide the gray issues that they're having and and that they can go and talk to somebody is Nancy Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports twelve minutes now after the hour on this weekend coming up next.

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KOA 850 AM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So former athlete at Middlebury College is not the first athlete who played contact sports who took his own life he is also not the first twenty something to struggle with mental health problems but his story illustrates the challenges parents face as they decide whether to let their sons and daughters play contact sports as well as deciphering conflicting messages from scientists in sports leagues about head trauma an in depth look at concussions from Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports Nancy set this up this story about Matthew Benedict who played basically all contact sports growing up top football hockey lacrosse in out there at Middlebury College and he and I'm in July he committed provided on top of having to call our building where he was working and his parents well he didn't bring would not able to be had the card we think that and they think that it was the culmination of hit that he took over in here is a plane contact sport and when he died you would only twenty six six week China twenty thousand but that what I thought was interesting in your story too and I guess perhaps disappointing from a medical standpoint is that C. T. eat can only be diagnosed during an op during autopsy yeah and that is one of the things you know there's there still is no much about the heat that we don't know on that you know most researchers will say that there is a link between our MCP exactly what the windows they're still trying to find out and part of that is going to be finding a wedding diagnosed and researchers think that they're getting closer right there are some out there yet and until we have that we can't answer all the questions like if somebody what wrong genetics play can alcohol and drug drug use if there is any accelerate the progression of the disease there's there's still a lot that we need to find out and getting a living diagnostics it can be pretty much all of those questions why is disappointing to I guess that there's still a stigma attached to this as I guess the the as the Benedicts found out right yeah map you wrote a very personal stake a couple days after he graduated from Middlebury and he had been struggling with mental health issues is your speed at which I don't game one he had to really hard to get and they believe that he had post concussion syndrome as a result right he wrote that that they and just really they were very openly and very honestly talk about the issues that he had if you want to be a failure is in me talk about a couple of times that you need but whether they were officially need to reply to come so order to you know whatever wise you would open about it and welcome people Corey from quiet there are other people who were saying man you should be writing like that you know whether it's the creek local school all or nothing just before could've been doing wanted to adopt Michael how or just not you know me in addition put out there because the teacher employers might yet while right after that you really withdrew that he you know he he he had to have struggled with mental illness so that people would die if you didn't know him well you wouldn't know that anything was wrong with anti armor columnist at USA today sports she's written a powerful piece entitled concussions and contact sports what these parents learned from their son's death what struck me too was what seem like a sudden change in personality for Mr Benedict was at the age of twenty one right we came home one Christmas break anybody but normally the life of the the Christmas spirit was completely removed yeah and his parents are very very very much that he would would drop in the family it mom said that often times you go upstairs room and she just getting out of bed and she could that wasn't her son and he told her that he had been in a funk for more than a month so it it could ballot to rapidly and they work mightily to get help they you know unfortunately that is better than insidious disease and we are bringing it into the light I think we're gonna have to work like that for the parents of Mr Benedict I I don't want to see their messages or guess what their messages that it might be like don't play contact sports of what they say I am in the market just to follow you they both say that if they had to do it over and there they were boys would not have played sports with how my contact sports at the age of but they did you know they started playing when they were six and seven your call okay and it's not just football that's that's one of the really big takeaways from the story is that it is not just a product that people need to be concerned about but also to the Benedict want to remove the stigma especially among young people that they know that they are free to if they are struggling that they are free to go and seek help or that they will approach somebody that they will feel that they need to hide the gray issues that they're having and and that they can go and talk to somebody is Nancy Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports twelve minutes now after the hour on this weekend coming up next the number one stressor.

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600 WREC

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Former athlete at Middlebury College is not the first athlete who played contact sports who took his own life he is also not the first twenty something to struggle with mental health problems but his story illustrates the challenges parents face as they decide whether to let their sons and daughters play contact sports as well as deciphering conflicting messages from scientists in sports leagues about head trauma an in depth look at concussions from Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports Nancy set this up this is a story about Matthew Benedict who played it basically all contact sports growing up top football hockey lacrosse in out there at Middlebury College and he and I'm in July he committed provided on top of having to call our building where he was working and his parents well he would bring would not able to be happy we pretty hot at and they think that it was the culmination of hit that he took over his ears and playing contact sports and when he died he would only twenty six six week China twenty thousand perfect what I thought was interesting in your story too and I guess perhaps disappointing from a medical standpoint is that C. T. eat can only be diagnosed during an op during autopsy yeah and that is one of the things you know there's there still is so much about the heat that we don't know on that you know most researchers will say that there is a link between our MCP exactly what the windows they're still trying to find out and part of that is going to be finding a leading diagnosed and researchers think that they're getting closer right they're still not there yet and until we have that we can't answer all the questions like if somebody predispose what wrong genetics play can alcohol and drug drug use if there is any salary the progression of the disease there's there's still a lot that we need to find out and getting a leather bag it can get pretty much all of those questions boy it's disappointing to I guess that there's still a stigma attached to this as I guess the the as the Benedicts found out right yeah map you wrote a very personal aspect a couple days after he graduated from Middlebury and he had been struggling with mental health issues is your speed at which won the title game one he had to really hard to get and they believe that he had post concussion syndrome as a result right he wrote that that they enjoy really they were very openly and very honestly talked about the issue that it had been a failure is when we talk about a couple of times that you need but whether they were especially need to reply to come so order to you know whatever wise you would open about it and while some people crave comport there are other people who were saying man you should be writing like that you know whether it's because of the school or does he just knew the school could then doing wanted to adopt Michael how or just not definition put it out there because it's become players might yet and after that he really withdrew that he you know he he he had to have struggled with mental illness so that people would die if you didn't know him well you wouldn't know that anything was wrong speak with Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports she's written a powerful piece entitled concussions and contact sports what these parents learned from their son's death what struck me too was would seem like a sudden change in personality for Mr Benedict was at the age of twenty one right we came home one Christmas break anybody but normally the life of the the Christmas spirit was completely removed yeah and his parents are very very very much that he would would drop in the family his mom said that oftentimes you go upstairs room and she kept getting out of bed and she could that wasn't her son and he told her that he had been in a funk for more than a month so it is a valid to rapidly and they work mightily to get help but you know unfortunately that it this is an insidious disease and that's how we start bringing it into the light I think we're gonna have stories like that for the parents of Mr Benedict I I don't want to say their messages or guess what their messages that it might be like don't play contact sports of what they say I am in the market just to follow you they both say that if they had to do it over and there they were boys would not have played sports what how that contact sports at the end of the day that you know they started playing when they left the content in your call okay and it's not just football that's that's one of the really the big takeaway to your story is that it is not just a product that people need to be concerned about but also to the benediction want to remove the stigma especially among young people that they know that they are free to if they are struggling that they are ready to go and seek help or that they will approach somebody that they will feel that they need to hide the great issues that they're having and and that they can go and talk to somebody is Nancy Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports twelve minutes now after the hour on this weekend coming up next the number one stressor.

Middlebury College
"middlebury college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

05:11 min | 1 year ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Former athlete at Middlebury College is not the first athlete who played contact sports who took his own life he is also not the first twenty something to struggle with mental health problems but his story illustrates the challenges parents face as they decide whether to let their sons and daughters play contact sports as well as deciphering conflicting messages from scientists in sports leagues about head trauma an in depth look at concussions from Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports Nancy set this up this story about Matthew Benedict who played it basically all contact sports growing up top football hockey lacrosse in out there at Middlebury College and he and I'm in July he committed provided on top of having to call our building where he was working and his parents well he didn't bring would not able to be had the only thing that and they think that it was the culmination of hit that he took over here's a plane contact sport and when he died he would only twenty six next week China twenty thought about that what I thought was interesting in your story too and I guess perhaps disappointing from a medical standpoint is that C. T. easy can only be diagnosed during an op during autopsy yeah and that is one of the things you know there's there still is no much about the heat that we don't know on that you know most researchers will say that there is a link between yeah EP exactly what the lingo they're still trying to find out and part of that is going to be finding a wedding diagnosed and researchers think that they're getting closer right there so much and until we have that we can't answer all the questions like if somebody what wrong genetics play can alcohol and drug drug use if there is any accelerate the progression of the disease there's there's still a lot that we need to find out and getting a leather bag it can get pretty much all of those questions why is disappointing to I guess that there's still a stigma attached to this as I guess the the as the Benedicts found out right yeah map you wrote a very personal stake a couple days after he graduated from Middlebury he had been traveling with my health issues is your speed at which I don't game one he had to really hard to get and they believe that he had post concussion syndrome as a result right he wrote the fact they and just really they were very openly and very honestly talked about the issue that it had been a failure is in need talk about a couple of times that you need but whether they were officially need to work out of town or just you know whatever it was you he was open about it and it will fall from people Corey from quiet there are other people who were saying you should be writing like that you know whether it's because of the school board I think just the school could've been doing wanted to attract Michael how or just not the technician put it out there because it's become players might yet well and after that you really withdrew that he you know he he he had to have struggled with mental illness so that people would die if you didn't know him well you wouldn't know that anything was wrong speak with Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports she's written a powerful piece entitled concussions and contact sports what these parents learned from their son's death what struck me too was what seem like a sudden change in personality for Mr Benedict was at the age of twenty one right we came home one Christmas break anyway but normally the life of the the Christmas spirit was completely removed yeah and his parents are very very very much that he would would drop in the family his mom said that she go upstairs room and she he can get out of bed and she could that wasn't her son and he told her that he had been in a funk for more than a month so it it can ballot to rapidly and they work mightily to get help they you know unfortunately that is better than intellect Indian and that's how we start bringing it into the light I think we're gonna have to work like that for the parents of Mr Benedict I I don't want to say their messages or guess what their messages that it might be like don't play contact sports of what they say I am not going to hold it in they both say that if they had to do it over and their their boys would not have played sports what how much contact sports at the age of but they did you know they started playing when they were second seven your call okay and it's not just football that's that's one of the really big tech way to restore it that it is not just a product that people need to be concerned about but also to the Benedict want to remove the stigma especially among young people that they know that they are free to if they are struggling that they are ready to go and seek help or that they will approach somebody that they will feel that they need to hide the gray issues that they're having and and that they can go and talk to somebody is Nancy Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports twelve minutes now after the hour on this weekend coming up next the number one stressor.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on WWL

WWL

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on WWL

"So former athlete at Middlebury College is not the first athlete who played contact sports who took his own life he is also not the first twenty something to struggle with mental health problems but his story illustrates the challenges parents face as they decide whether to let their sons and daughters play contact sports as well as deciphering conflicting messages from scientists in sports leagues about head trauma an in depth look at concussions from Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports Nancy set this up this is a story about Matthew Benedict who played it basically all contact sports growing up top football hockey lacrosse you can stand out there at Middlebury College and he and I'm in July he committed suicide he jumped off the seventeenth floor of the building where he was working and his parents while his brain was not able to be had we pretty hot at and they think that it was the culmination of picked that he took over his ears and playing contact sports and when he died he was only twenty six six week China twenty seventh but that what I thought was interesting in your story too and I guess perhaps disappointing from a medical standpoint is that C. T. eat can only be diagnosed during an op during autopsy yeah and that is one of the things you know there's there still is so much about the heat that we don't know on you know most researchers will say that there is a link between a pattern that had Tom at UNCG exactly what the windows they're still trying to find out and part of that is going to be finding a leading diagnosed and researchers think that they're getting closer right they're still not there yet and until we have that we can't answer all the questions like if somebody predispose what wrong genetics play can alcoholic drug drug use if there is any accelerate the progression of the disease there's there's still a lot that we need to find out and getting a living diagnosis is key to pretty much all of those questions boy is disappointing to I guess that there's still a stigma attached to this as I guess the the as the Benedicts found out right yeah map you wrote a very personal aspect a couple days after he graduated from Middlebury and he had been struggling with mental health issues is your speed at which his parents were in the title game one he had to really hard to get and they believe that he had post concussion syndrome as a result right he wrote that that they and just really they were very openly and very honestly talked about the issues that it had if you want to be a failure his need to talk about a couple of times that you need but whether they were officially need to reply to come so order just you know whatever wise you would open about it and while some people party from quiet there are other people who were saying you should be writing like that you know whether it's because of the school one S. adjustment to school could've been doing wanted to adopt Michael how or just not definition put it out there because it's become players might yet while and after that you really withdrew that he you know he he he said who have struggled with mental illness so that people would die if you didn't know him well you wouldn't know that anything was wrong speak with Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports she's written a powerful piece entitled concussions and contact sports what these parents learned from their son's death what struck me too was would seem like a sudden change in personality for Mr Benedict was at the age of twenty one right we came home one Christmas break anybody but normally the life of the the Christmas spirit was completely removed yeah and his parents and was very very very much that he would would drop in the family his mom said that oftentimes you go upstairs actors room and she even just sitting on the bed and she could that wasn't her son and her older sister that he had been in a funk for more than a month so it it can ballot to rapidly and they work mightily to get help but you know unfortunately that is this is an insidious disease and that's how we start bringing it into the light I think we're gonna have stories like that for the parents of Mr Benedict I I don't want to say their messages or guess what their messages that it might be like don't play contact sports of what they say I remember just to follow you they both say that if they had to do it over and there they were boys would not have played sports what how much contact sports at the age that they did you know they started playing when they were six and seven your call okay and it's not just football that's that's one of the really big tech way through your story is that it is not just a product that people need to be concerned about but also to the Benedicts want to remove the stigma especially among young people that they know that they are free to if they are struggling that they are free to go and seek help or that they will approach somebody that they will feel that they need to hide the great issues that they're having and and that they can go and talk to somebody is Nancy Nancy armor columnist at USA today sports twelve minutes now after the hour on this weekend coming up next the number one stressor in the lives of most Americans when you're diagnosed with metastatic breast cancer a lot of questions run through your.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"News time eleven forty this year's Nobel peace prize has been awarded to two people. You may never have heard of before Dr Dennis muck Vega. An Najah Murad are being honored for their work against sexual violence in wartime muck Vegas spoke with sixty minutes back in two thousand eight. She has, you know, they're in deep pain, but it's not just physical pain. It's psychological pain that you can see Murad is an Iraqi who was tortured and raped by militants. She discusses her captivity in the book to last girl, the new book from author Joseph all's hand revolves around two seemingly distinct crimes he says. There is a real life mystery though that served as the inspiration for black diamond fall. The mystery of the book really is a reflection of the mystery of real life. There was a student at Middlebury college in around two thousand ten who disappeared. He was actually staying. At the college during winter break college was pretty much shut down. They were very few people aren't campus and. So when he went for a walk one night, he never came back, and it wasn't discovered immediately. After a few months, they gave up the search. But then a few months after that his body was found at the bottom of the creek, which is the larger liberty that runs through Middlebury college. You can hear the full interview in this week's WCBS author talks podcasts available on the radio dot com app. It's eleven forty one. We work hard.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"The scenes texture about this event jim we'll go back to the governor's association in a moment but i want to ask you a very simple question do you miss being governor of vermont well it's kind of a mixed blessing it's still somewhat of a transition eight years after the fact there's an old saying that the only way to get politics out of your blood is formaldehyde but i'm determined to show that that's not necessarily true sometimes i get a twins and thank gosh i i would have done something differently from what my successors of have done and i wish i were still there but then i take a deep breath ray and i think you know it's important to go before you have to and unlike many states we don't have any term limits in vermont so i decided after eight years not to seek reelection as someone once said it's important to leave the party while folks are having a good time and i left with with good job approval ratings i so my could have been elected again but there comes a time to pass the torch and we had just become grandparents back then for the first time we had aging parents of our own it just seemed to be the right time to move on and issue alluded now doing a little teaching part time at my alma mater middlebury college on a few company boards from working with the bipartisan policy center in washington perhaps they quixotic missions but we're hoping to get people to talk to each other and so i'm just fine i'm glad somebody's working on the bipartisan nature i agree that it's a challenge that seems to be more difficult with each passing day i want to remind everybody that not only was jim douglas a governor of vermont but he also served as a member of the vermont house of representatives he was elected to be vermont secretary of state as well as state treasurer my friend you have a public service pedigree that is not seen by a lot of people in our current political environment i think it's rather unique to have someone that is actually devoted his entire life to serving the people of a state i commend you for that and that sort of lasts with you no matter whether in office or not right well that certainly true and i enjoyed it i often said that running for office every two years is not a very reliable way to make a living most of the time and i have to tell you about a santa fe connection i president of the national association of secretaries of state and then also president of the national association of state treasures and during my presidency of the treasurers association we had our annual meeting in santa fe in early september of twenty one and we were there on nine eleven who was a very poignant and challenging time and and we we had i as many listeners kinda appreciate didn't really know what was going on and didn't know how to react should we continue our meetings should we not no one was going anywhere because worse than any flights available and and so it was a very awkward time but i spent a little longer in santa fe than i have planned but everybody was very gracious and hospitable during those very difficult times for our country well that's an interesting story and i can i can only state that i was living in washington dc at the time of nine eleven and i distinctly remember the air force jets flying very low over the city when that final jet that was ultimately crashed in pennsylvania was presumed to be on its way to somewhere else in dc and it was a very scary time to be in the city as it was for people all over the country and the lack of information really i think sort of fed into that fear don't you agree absolutely and it's a good reminder about our vulnerability and and brought us together as a nation there's an upside to that kind of tragedy and i hope we can remember that sense of collegiality and and try to work together a little better now how since you brought it up i actually mentioned it when i was telling folks about your accomplishments and then you just mentioned it but how in fact with the bipartisan group in dc do you perform the action associated with that word well the bipartisan policy center was formed by senator dole dash hold baker and mitchell.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

FM NewsTalk

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on FM NewsTalk

"Basic premise again absolutely speech must be protected we need to be able to be angry we need to be able to shout bad things we need to be able to punish hateful things and the government can't censor them the government can't favor one viewpoint over another now that being said there are general rules we don't block traffic we follow red lights we don't run in front of people those are reasonable laws and of course we have the right to enforce them so if somebody chooses to enforce or excuse me if somebody chooses to use their free speech rights in a way that also constitute civil disobedience that is lying down on a sidewalk or blocking traffic the free speech is protected but that doesn't mean that they can't be charged with specific crime for the civil disobedience the question for the legislature the question what the courts will look at is is a legislature passing a law for neutral purpose to promote public safety are they targeting one group of people to single them out for more onerous for more restrictive punishment because of who they are or because of what they're saying this go the last few minutes we've got jeffrey we're talking with jeffrey madman from the aclu of missouri and then has to do with college campuses my my now wife is a professor here linda would university we've seen it at middlebury college we've seen it in berkeley we've seen it to some degree at mizzou we've seen it at the college in north west where students essentially took over controversial speakers come in physical force is used to block them and prevent them from speaking why is this something we need.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on WEEI

"Is that why gory last lightly it's why we make a lot of money my donald trump is president that's why people get offended the people call into our show we complain about that that's why i i understand why people are offended when you read all jets lack of students sociation how they beating thursday to educate the community you know the game is over i wanted to be on i need to be educate politico ones meetings that sounds like blood laughs us let's go to denison attleboro hey dennis what's going on eric wanted good morning uh my daughter graduated from last year diallo in but you can't be surprising thing that happened at graduation de uh that gene now i calmed down at harto here touch hard on arc of our divert i well understand say sadegh debts i get newsfeed power at all the co not all most call just like that i have a book is called choosing the right college in its huge evaluates all most colleges on cultural political levels and it's amazing the stuff like for example middlebury college in their history it might not be the case anymore this puts about five years old didn't recognize the existence of israel they have a map of the middle east where israel does so crazy left wing new nettie tufts is one of the worst of suppresses out there all like this nitrates some 95 percent of them are like and the worst colleges for cultural political leanings are around here newark the northeast there the worst and i guarantee you wheaton's this is no different than most of the schools around here i think he could be of war they actually you know we're talking about the fact you've ever economic all booby yes eightyacht than bledsoe man i felt at wheaton it was there was filmed that we really have that i mean these are the member black like me the book is glidden is part of the curriculum how the argue see sowman remade and it goes days what about the the jungle move we were in the jungle lucky in phnom or wherever with robert traffic thunder truck thunder there is one hundred days but it's sort of.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Who is anything but a white supremacist libero understand l a a jewish cute from new york to be a white supremacist but those what mtv lakes totally spit oldest money to ensure that he had the right to speak people will be moved the cost the uc berkeley spin to ensure the key could speak but that's the country that we live in a people in mtv if the former left the all left whatever you wanna call them if a bunch of these de bags were going to start trying to keep people from speaking oak your the till the left or right but when you start trying to keep people from speaking asian should be willing to spin whatever it takes to ensure that the right of free speech is guaranteed after all that based on the rule of law middlebury college you may remember middlebury college has a lot of problems in the past because of their their policies regarding well middlebury college is where the students broke into the administration building they took over the administration building an and unlike the 1960s when college students broke into the administration building it uc berkeley so that they could guarantee free speech these students at middlebury college broke into to take over the college of ministers you're building to they could shut down free speech so that you've been there since they were going to pick and choose who gets to speak who does not get to speak well if got worse this is the what what i would say is the logical in portugal begins sanity that we have witnessed across college campuses middlebury college has now announced an interim polls that enshrines the hecklers veto what does it do the puts the power of who's going to speak at that particular tall which in the hands of people who would threaten to disrupt of that death knell their official polls polls shielded if someone is going to speak at mulberry college but you don't like a new threaten violence built this bucket speak here's the policy it will proceed for schedule events new budget speakers bear with me this is important until with is replaced.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on WLOB

"This the real problem with that google employees viral antidiversity ma'am it's anti diversity it's as it says in the first line he says he's pro diversity he says your achieving diversity your to achieve diversity you're doing the wrong things it's a very reasonable ri well memo so on courts dot com they say it's bigger than silicon valley the reason this guy's antidiversity memo went viral lots of people are peeve they say eight gugel and outs and it's not hard to see why the author of this document argued that the gender gap in software engineering is in part boil down a biological differences between men and women and then they say it is on course dot com they say the ideas aren't particularly well reasoned for instance so they say his ideas are not well reason and then they give the for instance he wrote quote discriminating just to increase the representation of women in tech is as misguided and biased as mandating increases for women's representation in workrelated and violent deaths in prisons and in school dropouts that's all they said they said that was not a well reasoned argument why because you don't like it didn't give any reason as to why that is a they they printed it and they is if it's it's not a good argument but it says on courts it also reflects a disquieting trend across the country discussion about diversity in free speech is increasingly defined by people on the ideological extremes and get this this is so rich at courts dot com so it's defined by people on the ideologue digital extremes now they point out the two extremes that exists in our country on one side we have the militantly politically correct left the students who shut down charles murray speech at middlebury college all right that's the left the intolerant left are the students who shut down charles murray speech at middlebury college on the other side they say is the anti pc backlash that liberals have provoked of which the rambling confused tirade of the gugel employee is the latest example so those are the two examples they say that's extremism on.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"It now charles murray who was a speaker at middlebury college recently was shut down and not allowed to speak by mob violence this is on a college campus uh allison strangler one of the professors at the college tried to help mr murray to exit the college and he was physically attacked while trying to escort professor murray and had to be hospitalized i mean and what's amazing about all this is the democrat party which has now become captive of the radical left through bernie sanders and others and even beyond bernie sanders in some cases bernie sanders seems to be mild compared to the rest of the radical left like our tifa but they have captured the democrat party and tom perez who is now the chairman of the democrat party and a socalled product of the democrat establishment of hillary and obama well they are all still members of the left which has become extreme and violent and the fact of the matter is that black lives matter and impeach president trump are the mainstream shouts and demands of the all left and tom perez and the the democrat establishment support these positions to show you how radical left and the attack on free speech has become we're going to take a break we'll be right back with more on shut up or speak up the attack on america and free speech this summer seer at it's time to enjoy marilyn's favorite pastime steam kratzer back for the summer at the river walked restaurant and marina the river watch located on the water at middle river and just twenty minutes for baltimore you will find a better place to eat large crowds while looking over the waterfront enjoying of few whole beef sit back enjoy the relaxing water front view on the river watches covered day four open patio river watch also serve the venue from light fair to seafood and stakes great food entrees run every day with happy hour appetizers and drink specials fivedollar fresh squeezed orange crushes served.

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"middlebury college" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

Most Useful Podcast Ever

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"middlebury college" Discussed on Most Useful Podcast Ever

"And if i can hold as a teacher hold the logs still you have the ability to step out there and just begin that feeling process of a surface unlike anything else i've ever tried can us was maybe you're dumb question how do you get on a log there are a number of ways um at middlebury college because we're in a fourfoot part of the pool i sit on the deck and i hold a lot i use my hands and my legs to hold the log still and you just have a person step from the pool deck onto the log being very clear that they don't step back to the wall the next step is the water you know so you step out from the pool deck onto the log you walk out a safe distance and you give it a try you only have to have two feet of water as long as the log does not bought them out it's a good place to rule good police the rules and what is the objective to rowley other guy off like you if you have two evenly matched people are you trying to you actually trying to roll it so that the other person falls that's right on if you know what you're doing you are actually you go from as a beginner just trying to maintain your balance to actually being able to move the log the way you want to by using your balance nubian ofensive log ruler yes and then some some of us i to kick water inaugu deuces where is is low although that is a is a round upon it's a it is actually you can do that that's completely legal in a competition was james fond of that technique.

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