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‘Whole Generations Of Fathers’ Lost As COVID-19 Kills Young Latino Men In New York City Area
"19 death in New Jersey. Over the past year, more than 23,000 people have died of the virus in the Garden state. Open. 19 has devastated older populations. But it has cut some young lives short to hitting working age Latino men hardest there more than seven times as likely to die of the virus than young white men in New Jersey. And they make up nearly half of the deaths among those aged 18 to 49. Today. W N Y sees Cameron He brings us the story of a young father and the four Children he left behind Elizabeth Johanna Moranis is walking Tommy pretending white ships to pass in a super car wash. Its offer one and nine in the city that shares her name Elizabeth, New Jersey. Red Car wash. Sign closed driver speeding past auto body shops and liquor stores, The car wash. Takes up an entire street corner. It's a great building with a small convenience store and a garage for quick oil changes. Elizabeth's dad used to work here. It's right next to her house. We were calling and I and asked him to get us a nice girl. Some days, she and her brothers would bring her dad beef Patties or pizza from the take out spot across the street. When the line of cars cleared out at night they play We were going by the oil change and just place offer with them. Other kids had a backyard. Elizabeth and her brothers had the car wash or write our bikes around the car wash. Well, he's Cleaning or working. But now Elizabeth's childhood playground is a reminder that her father is gone. Reynaldo Hahn Oh, died of covert 19 in December. He was 44. He likely caught the virus while working just steps away from where he lived with Elizabeth Smother along with their four Children, two cats a bird and got me in this house and knowing that She's no open up or to look outside. Let's see that he's not working there anymore, Huh? No, is one of 361 Latino men under 50, who have died of covert in New Jersey. Over. 19 told Hispanic men twice as much as young black men and seven times that of young white men were losing whole generations of Father's. Stephanie Silveira is an epidemiologist for Montclair State University, she says. Not only are Latinos overrepresented in essential work there historically, the least likely to have access to care. Health disparities have long been written off by people as the result of bad behavior, right and I think we'll call that is really highlighting in a way that cannot be ignored is that a lot of these disparities are systemic inequality. Hana started washing cars more than 20 years ago, when he first arrived from Mexico. He started at a car wash in New York City until it closed after 9 11. That's when Johanna across the New York Harbor and the New Jersey State line to settle and Elizabeth slice of Americana. Frank are goatee. Frayer is a history professor at Kean University just outside Elizabeth. He says immigrants have long settled in New Jersey's fourth largest city, where housing is cheaper, and transportation is more accessible fifties after World War, two industries moved out of the cities, places like Elizabeth, you know, saw an outflow of population. And then they were replaced by immigrant groups are goatee. Frayer says the jobs that many
New York - N.J. Should Be More Aggressive In Stopping COVID-19 Spread, Epidemiologists Say
"Jersey Governor Phil Murphy, Along with New York Governor Cuomo and four other governors from neighboring states are holding an emergency covert 19 summit this weekend. To consider possible coordinated actions. It's happening as epidemiologists are concerned about the spike in covert cases in New Jersey, where more than 3000 new cases are being reported each day WN Y sees Nancy Solomon reports. Jersey hasn't seen consistently high numbers like this since last April, And when cases first started surging last month. Officials like Health Commissioner Judy Person, Kelly pointed to private gatherings is the primary culprit. Recent gatherings, many of which were a Halloween parties. Have led to nearly 70 cases in union plaster. Somerset Essex in Cumberland County's now new data from the Health Department that looked at the cause of infections in October, found that a third of cases were traced to team sports. Another large source was the workplace. Yet Governor Phil Murphy says he's reluctant to shut down non essential businesses or sports that don't involve out of state travel. Three New Jersey based epidemiologists contacted by W. N Y. C. Say the state is that a dangerous point, particularly with hospitalizations also spiking upward. They say that in order to keep schools and essential businesses open the state should be restricting indoor dining bars and social gatherings. I'm also surprised that We haven't seen more action taken on in terms of restrictions. Stephanie Silveira is a professor at Montclair State University. She says she's particularly concerned about food service workers who earn low wages and often don't have health insurance. Another looming problem is Thanksgiving, says Rutgers University epidemiologist Henry Raymond. I think it's really going to be hard to imagine that everyone is gonna Stay home with their own Todd or bubble and not want to get together with cousin Harry or Uncle Fred Raymond work for a city public Health Department before becoming a professor. So he says he understands how difficult it is to balance public policy with science. In spite of numbers increasing statewide, the governor has said his team would take what he called a surgical approach to combating the second wave. To that end, he announced this week that individual towns and cities can order non essential businesses to close by 8 P.m..
"montclair state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To fill the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg seat on the Supreme Court, and that all but ensures President Trump has the backing needed to push the nomination over Democratic objections that it's happening too close to the November election. A Brooklyn municipal building will be renamed after Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Mayor De Blasio made that announcement today to honor the Supreme Court justice who died last week. The mayor says Ginsberg represents the best What the burrow has produced. Here's one of your own. Who changed the world hears someone of and buying for Brooklyn and this city who did the greatest things on the world stage and that building Will carry her name forevermore. The building was completed in 1924 and currently houses many city offices like the city clerk and the Department of Buildings and Environmental Protection. De Blasio says the dedication will be planned in the coming weeks. Billionaire and former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is helping former prisoners in Florida pay their debts so they can vote in the presidential election. His announcement comes the days after Florida's governor wanna court victory to keep people with felony convictions who had already served their time from voting unless they've also paid off all their fines and court fees. Bloomberg is part of an effort that has raised more than $20 million to help formerly incarcerated people vote in the presidential election, and that's in addition to Ah $100 million he has pledged. To help Joe Biden win Florida. New York City public school students are back to school, but most are not in classrooms. Yet only Children in three K pre K and some special education students went inside a school building yesterday while everyone else started remote instruction. That included the Gabriel Hernandez McRae's twins. Their elementary school gave her two devices in the spring. What she says Only one of them was working right now. The laptop. I still can't use it because you can't get into the setting to do that. So I actually have to call the school. Sometime this week and figure out who I just give this back to you. Are you gonna give me another one that I can't use it? So they're both on one device. Mayor de Blasio and the school's chancellor have asked families for patients as schools work out the kinks and New Jersey's A statewide percentage of positive covert 19 cases is hovering just under 2%. But Stephanie Silveira, public health professor at Montclair State University, says residents need to be vigilant, especially with many New Jerseyans traveling to other states with higher infection rates. We can feel good about the progress that we've had but not get so complacent that we allow our numbers to start to go back up. A positive test rate is 2.5% in South Jersey, and that's well above north.
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"I'm, a clinical instructor at Montclair State University. Just previously I was the executive director for the Center Realestate at Rutgers University. Before that, he spent years and finance and real estate so we were able to obtain Heather was able to obtain The documents on the selling of the securities. Which included the 40 Wall Street loan. This's what investors would be looking at to decide if they want to buy in documents for the commercial mortgage backed security CMBs and in those documents, there are historical Disclosures. Specifically In the documents of the CMBS loan. It said that a 12 31 2012, the occupancy of the building was 58.9% on the tax filings, it said. 81%. That's not a rounding error. And so this raise my question's. Why would they be so materially different? Is that his material? That's not a rounding error? And so why? What? What is the answer? Why would they be? As an investor. When you looking at that situation where you have occupancy going from 60% to 70% 85% You're getting pretty excited. This building is is got energy behind it. It's got a good story behind it. The company told a lender that occupancy rose to 95% a few years later, but there were problems so in a building By definition is a really good building. Right. Then there's a B building, which is not as good as in a building thes air terms of art in Manhattan real estate. This building is probably somewhere between a B minus.
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"Talking about The future. The future of taxation under a Biden presidency. Then. Good morning, Josh Gloria. Wonderful Now for our listeners who don't know, America's accountant, explained your background. Sure. So The obvious is that I'm a A in the state of New Jersey. And I have a Ah, a new accounting firm located in and not Lee. We are 30 plus accounts. I am also A professor at Montclair State University, have also a best selling off there, and I had background and insurance and banking and And investments and all bunch of other stuff. And book positive financial karma outlines howto by turning positive intention into positive actions. Readers can achieve positive financial karma. What are you talking about? Well, basically, it's all about getting the results that you want, right and and when you get it. Good financial results. Sometimes people are thinking it has to be cut throat. You know, you have to step on someone else. Teo Teo, Lift yourself up, and what I put forth in this book is basically you can live with good intentions and have that turn into Excellent financial results. So doing the right things in business and in your life. There doesn't have to be any shortcuts. You can you can do the right things and get great results from that. Wonderful. Now talk about Joe Biden's proposed three troll of new taxes over the next decade if he's elected. Nobody's talking about that. No, I don't. I don't think anybody should be surprised, Josh that if if there's a Biden presidency that there is going to be a whole lot of new taxes. On the agenda. Now, I guess the good news is, is that it really from where we go from where we are now, in proposals actually getting all these taxes in place, The whole bunch of things need to happen. Especially that he would need to also have control of Congress. But let's go down the road in my mind, the unfortunate financial road that you have a Biden presidency and you also have both houses going Democratic, which means that Biden will be able to get most of his proposals through. So what we're talking about is targeting the rich at least. That is going to be the mantra. You know, everybody else except the big, bad rich are going to be okay. But the rich they're not paying their fair share. So we're going to need to target them to get us out of our Financial worlds, which of course is a misnomer. And that is not gonna work because when Joe Biden is talking about raising $3 trillion of taxes over a 10 year period, Josh that is not to deal with the additional Kobe spending that the government did. That's not to deal with our astronomical levels. Yeah, that's for none of that. That that this is all new spending. This is new stuff so financially. It's not that the country is going to get healthier. It just means that You know, politicians, they're gonna have the ability to hand out more candy to voters and that that's what's behind this. So if we if we look at the target here, and we can drill down as as you'd wish is that before we go on the bike, and I want to talk about Trump And the squandered 1st 2 years of the Trump presidency. Why did we go so weak on tax reform? On. A lot of this has not been addressed. Before. You know if someone wants 40 more years, the 1st 2 years, the trump tax reform did very little. In my opinion, it was not a structural Uh, tax overhaul like we needed the corporate tax. Yes, but we didn't have a Ronald Reagan 25 to 28% marginal tax rate talk about the missed opportunity. Because we're not hearing about When I heard about that, either. I think that he didn't quite have a unified party behind him and various lies that this opportunity because he had both houses of Congress. You're right. It is a missed opportunity for him to be able to get through. The things that he could have two really had sweeping legislation. So like everything that you have all 33 when they have the house, the center of the president We get Obama care. When when the Republicans do we got You know a corporate tax overhaul, which really doesn't help the large constituency. Even of the Republican Party. It helped, you know, big business, which I do believe business was due for a major corporate tax overall. I think that was a good part of the bill. You know, Section 1 79 was great. All those things were good, but I think so much more could have been done. Some. I'm still agreed about that. I agree with you. Ah, for me Personally, The Trump tax law actually caused me to pay substantially more taxes. Now it's easy to turn around and blame that on being a resident and working in People's Republic of New Jersey because our taxes are so high, so that obviously hurt people like me, But they didn't go far. And now the party wasn't unified. You're right if the Democrats or when the Democrats get control of Congress and the White House, but they will be unified. We will see Things going through to become law that we could never have imagined, but that that will be coming and people need to realize that so I think that there were ironically people or Republicans in Congress that we're very concerned about the debt. At the time, and that was what they were emphasizing in not doing more sweeping legislation. However, look at where we are now, Josh. The national debt is exploding, exploding. So, yes, we really didn't get to where we need to be on an individual level. If you look at what they did for corporate taxes at him being the stock market clearly showed How? How much better off America be. America can be economically when corporations are prospering. You had corporations coming back into the United States willing to pay taxes in the United States when they weren't before, because they had moved to foreign countries in order to pay less tax. So corporations or mobile wealth is mobile. And as you restrict people in corporations with taxes, they will simply move. So I agree with what you said. And I don't I don't believe that in this election coming up that the Republicans are gonna have all three houses. They're lucky if they don't lose all three And, uh, which means you're really not going to get a heck of a lot related to any type of substantial tax overhaul at all. Well, hope we can hope, right. I think we have to go big and bold on the economic vision. Because a lot of people do not understand. What a Biden presidency would do for taxes, So we're going to talk about that all show today. So first question they're gonna have three trillion in new taxes. Is this something in Europe in opinion that will only affect the wealthy. Of course not. It will be the propaganda behind. This will, of course, all be driven towards we're going to go after the rich and we're going to go after corporations Because they don't pay their fair share the truth of the matter. Joshie is there is not enough wealth..
"montclair state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tenancy in put together one and, you know, we found out about all of these just through various social media. Handles and promoters. And that one was wonderful. One of the chance that we said was Change starts here at home that felt very important to be out and use your body and a way that we felt safe and honestly, everyone was Wearing masks than keeping apart even in a big crowd, And that has to be the last word. I apologize, Ryan, but thank you for that story. Thank you all for your really beautiful stories of Deciding to go out and protest for the first time despite the unknown risks. Of the pandemic Brain, Laurent WN y Seymour to come. We'll continue our summer Friday special after the break when we'll hear your stories of being an immigrant in the year of Covert and George Floyd also from callers who have left city life during the pandemics and things you bought and stop buying during locked down. But first it's the latest news. Live right now from the W. N B C news from Hi, Brian. Good morning. I am Sean Carlson from the W and my senior's room. Some residents in Queens are still without power after an outage early this morning. Con Ed says there's no electricity in the area around Middle Village and mass path for about 3400 customers. They have not yet determined. The cause. It comes after much of Upper Manhattan has lost power at about 5 15 this morning. Cruiser stored power about half an hour later. Utility says it's investigating a problem with their transmission system. In that incident, 126,000 customers in New York City in Westchester are still without power following Tropical Storm Lisa Yes. Kind of says they expect the vast majority will have it restored by Sunday afternoon, though son won't get it back until early next week. That my PT paid at least one informant to embed with recent protests against discriminatory policing. That's according to federal prosecutors, who charged a 24 year old protester with sabotaging a police van in July. They say the NYPD paid informant to befriend the protester. Gothamist reporter Jake often, Heart says that apartment commonly uses informants and has surveilled black lives matter Protests in the past, he says, This latest disclosure raises more questions. How many informants are out there or how long we've been out there? Are they targeting specific people, or they're talking to activists. Waiting to find someone who ah might be considering committing a crime. Civil rights groups say they pay informants and or civil rights groups say paid informants are incentivized to encourage their targets to commit crimes. The NYPD has not responded to a request for comment on that. NYPD has ordered police officers to comply with investigations by the civilian Complaint Review Board into alleged officer misconduct. Police have refused to provide testimony as to the boards since April. Gotham's David Cruz says officers are supposed to be interviewed remotely due to the pandemic, but that police union said the process was unfair because it didn't allow officers to consult with their attorneys. They had stonewalled the C C R B for that reason alone, even though the chair of the C C R B Fred Davey had said that they had negotiated in good faith with the NYPD to develop such a system. C C. R B says it has to interview with East 900 officers and should take 12 weeks to clear the backlog. Those looking to enjoy a weekend at some of New Jersey's best known lakes might want to rethink those plans. The state's Department of Environmental Protection has flagged several lakes for risk of harmful algae blooms, including Lake, Pat Kahn and Greenwood Lake. Dr Mayan wuss that he's aquatic ecology at Montclair State University. She says runoff from big storms can help feed the blooms already spotted at several lakes. In New Jersey. We have a lot of town and still have come by to overflow system so when the precipitation is greater than the capacity of one.
"montclair state university" Discussed on KOMO
"Back now with all this week to the extraordinary a sensual workers helping the rest of us make it through this coronavirus emergency meeting Carlos Mohammed across their state university campus is closed but there are still hundreds of key personnel and some students for meaning all the lying on this executive chef for survival I am on the executive chef of residential dining in Montclair state university in Jersey right runs three full service cafes close for spring break and the majority of residents students went home which was kind of a blessing in disguise that's when they decided to really shut down the campus in extended spring break for another week the students on campus with four hundred students still on campus the number that we serve we started doing things smaller staff and degrees of worst of all worlds of certain disabilities workers and police officers and other residential personnel and this right now is a it's a real hello I'm so used to arriving in the morning and even if it's just a constant like a bee hive full speaking on people everywhere and now we just the an empty parking lot the city where the facilities in the every day that we any type of interaction outside of we I'm always fearful of bringing something these essential frontline workers from Friday really honored and grateful to be here right now the way that we can it's just nice to be here to help and try and he certainly is doing more than his part we thank Carless Mohammad executive chef of residence dining at Montclair university for all of his incredible and tireless work.
"montclair state university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Bricklayer in the basement walls from the college hall on the original building up Montclair state university you're in twelve years ago and so the message in a bottle and they were able to use Facebook and find the relatives of the person who left that my wow yes and then this story about the kid banner guy ban whoever van is yeah left a hundred eighty dollars and a Hanukkah card on Christmas outside a restaurant he dropped it in through social media they were able to find him with all the money and give the card with the money in it back to ban yes good all the store and we've heard some great things you know utilizing lean a little keychain things for like to five doors and then you also have reversed Google image searching I mean next time I find something I'm always going to feel responsible for being able to track them down if you have all these tools nowadays and then maybe it in a while us so much that we will do a topic on or they want to put a big chill the troop or maybe I'll have my lucky day it'll have a written about in the paper okay say again I'm a little disappointed that my story recently tracked me down using social media to a new story I let's go to Dorothy in Browns mills you're on your Jersey one one point five welcome welcome I happy holidays you is an echo I mean just back on my I was going to the drug store to get my monthly restrictions and on the ground right where I parked my car was a lowly so I opened it up and it had a military driver's license so I went into the drug store and I know who the pharmacist very small drug store in the town I don't like the big chains so I went in there now that's a very important part of the story I bet is continue Dorothy dad I went in I talked to the pharmacist nine unit in the wallet he is as any mention the guy's name said he was kept in here I said yeah you probably lost it out of his back pocket getting used truck or whatever and he says yeah he says I'll take care of it for yeah I did okay thank you a month later I go back to get my next month supplied of medication and the pharmacist says I have a letter for you and here it was a thank you card on the twenty dollar bill and it nice little finding bonus there Dorothy and nine well it looked like he had just passed to Jack okay so he had a lot of money in there and was very grateful that you handed that while it back over and that is one of the benefits of going to a small you know store local store everybody kind of knows each other and then you could die yeah he's yeah then my I don't know I have I I feel like you can develop a relationship with the pharmacist I like Walgreens well I mean that the fact that they knew the other guy's name and then they left the envelope and they trust the person handed over to Darth maybe I like the dark sure thank you all right your current into Jersey one one point five this goes back to the topic suggestions that we're going to talk about today with all my positive it all your negative I'm sensing a good theme Carmelo real quick in Toms River you got like thirty seconds can you tell your story hi how are you today listen I would at TD bank in west Long Branch I was making a deposit for from my job at that time and on top of the counter I you know where they have the deposit slips install slips there was a a deposit bag I guess from another company or something and there was over five thousand dollars your on top of the counter right by the doors nothing else no idea or anything nothing on TV I let me I'm I'm not I'm not even I'm keeping some of it I'm sorry five thousand dollars no context I'm taking weed so we have like five seconds to wrap it up in five seconds did you find the owner yeah no that's fine so I just put it up to the counter and let them know that I found the money didn't take down my name number or anything and that was basically it never heard back from them no thank you no nothing but he took it back to them well you know one of the five thousand dollars in that situation come on I mean it's just like now all of it if there's no context Carmella things so much for calling into New Jersey one a one point five I feel like I would have to give back isn't it if you lose it they're gonna give it back to you how it works all right the news coming up next New Jersey what I want for Capital One you can open a new savings account in about five minutes.
"montclair state university" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Got to avoid that going forward or scarlet restarting it now for rebels to sits inside of Louisville cities defensive third. Man, I challenge mares shoulder to chest Napa Mets on the receiving end of that challenge e he finds his feet. Luckily very quickly here as we are in the twentieth minute here from Montclair state university. We will city on the rotating on New York, red bulls to it's goalless here on neutrally wait forty city looking to work their way up the table. Maybe knock New York off of their pedestal in the top three. Now it's New York on the ball inside of cities own half at Stroud taking a couple of very positive touches Reto now on the right side inside of the box. Now, epat crossover leaves it offender on the ground again another Georgia's down. It's there and it's all my goodness. Poked away off the line, by Louisville city still here for New York. They'll go line clear. It's edgier seats stuff here for John Hackworth Louisville city football club here. Twenty minutes, still there for New York, though, quick went down the left side could find some space and a New York winger does down the left side. Now it is now clear sit at the expensive or corner though and my goodness, right there. It was everything you could do. They just keep the clean sheet for the time being. Yeah. Really nice movement leaving senders all over the place. You different defenders he shakes sort of scramble defense there. But hey, got the benefit break. Yeah. And you can't blame Napa for just sending that thing out for corner. That's okay. This is this is actually a team that has not scored with their heads. This. Season. They will play the early ball in mere post. So keep an eye on that quantum care, but you by corner bar restaurant served in from stage, right? It's headed on by New York. But there's no one really there as it is going to be kept in bouncers. Retold on the right side. He's got pickle on them in the referee will call to this, and there's something going on in the box and the twenty second minute, and it's Taylor pay down on the ground, and he looks to be a bit shaken up. Yeah, there's a little bit of a tussle as you would expect in the box on a high ball played.
"montclair state university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"To have a nice stretcher weather once we get into tomorrow. Shootout in broad daylight on the streets of Neptune has a man in two teams in custody this morning. Police were called to the residential neighborhood after reports of shots fired. They say thirty year old Corey Gibson eighteen year Xavier Harbison and a fifteen year old started shooting each other in the midst of a dispute all were arrested, but it's not clear. What initially led to the gunfire the department of environmental protection announcing clinging jellyfish have been found elsewhere now in New Jersey? The EP says this discovery is different environmental officials in jersey say that the sighting of clinging jellyfish north Wildwood is alarming because this species has never been found this far south in the state, it is unclear how the nearly one hundred fifty clinging jellyfish made their way to the salt pond. The EP said the pond is fed by stormwater pipes from Jason roads and could have intermittent connections with neighboring inland. The EP the state's department of health and Montclair state university are collaborating to monitor the pond and other focus areas. Chad Robinson, New Jersey, one zero one point five news. Seasonal allergy sufferers, you may be worse off today in a number of ways than folks who are suffering decades ago. Experts say the duration of these allergens is longer and your sensitivity overall is more severe allergy expert, Dr Leonard b L awry in Springfield, says overtime pollen, seasons have been starting on average a couple of days earlier and ending a couple of days later. More of a week, really does make an impact individuals climate change is seen as the main culprit at the same time says, there's increased sensitivity among residents more folks coming in for help, allergic to more than one or two items notes pollutants in the air, make ones allergies even worse, a lower pollen count as needed to aggravate you Dino, flam,.
"montclair state university" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Know, whenever you have like backstreet boys, and then there's still performing or new kids on the block and they're still performing. But at least they had a sense of humor of it. Because they say that the video that they made and it was just released. They say that it starts with. I think it was Lance Bass as a teacher introducing them or something, and they have Donnie Wahlberg, and they're all dressed up in makeup to make them. Look even much much older at first Donnie Wahlberg walks in with a cane. So at least they had a sense of humor about it. And they say that this took nearly eighteen hours to make this video at cedar grove high school. It was done in a second-floor classroom. Also uses a hallway they had cheerleaders from Montclair state university. Yeah. There you go. I mean, this is like a major New Jersey production and everybody was able to keep this thing. Hush hush. Very few people knew about this. And they said that the receiving like a wrestling event going on in the school of the time. But even if anybody crossed paths, nobody really realized that it was anybody from new new kids on the block. That's what got us talking about acts that looking back on them. Maybe they're on the corny and one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five just as the point of clarification, you were correct. As far as chart success the BG's much bigger than Barry, mental really or one of the top thirty groups of the rock era. See I could have gone either way on that because that doesn't take into consideration album sales or tour sales or things like that. But as far as chart hits BG's by a mile, Brian in Pennsylvania, you're on New Jersey one zero one point five. Hey, guys, are it. Okay. Brian brian. What's your concert confession? Oh back in the early. Eighties. Wants to see air supply at a local fair. Okay. Now, you can make fun.
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"Baby. The news. And it's your morning ritual. Meager Lewis gayness seven ninety two San's. Most stimulating talk. Thanks for hanging out. You know, this this show goes by quickly. We only have like nineteen minutes left. But we get here. It's dark. It's cold. It's frozen and Alex great. There's no clouds where we see tot this office. Take off my shirt, and okay, let's not go crazy. I like things ice cold. For a reason before three things Ryan complains keeps everybody on their toes, though, you know, and it puts me into a coma. Hm? Is that what it is hypothermia? Well, that's good. Anyway. Some reason it's like hot and this like all of a sudden, I don't know something froze its like way too hot in this place. We can't cool it down it sucks. It's hot. It's cold. Like schizophrenia, Katy Perry that nut anyway, three things. I think you need to know number one Trump called Democrats or Republicans in the White House yesterday too talking about border security to get a top secret briefing from homeland security secretary Kirsten Nielsen, and you can't make this stuff up as soon as she tries to tell them the depths of the Repub about what's going on at the border. Chuck schumer. The democratic senators starts yelling starts, interrupting. I don't wanna hear it interrupt runaway. Like anybody that does that at a place of business gets fired? He didn't want her to give out the facts. And the Republicans coming afterwards said they didn't want to hear anything. That's all you say you say they don't care about border security. They want to hear what's going on down there. Be aggressive fight him at their own game. Second thing, I think you need to know about this. Whereas the Democrats are trying to convince you along with the media that a recession is coming. The market is great weird an issue right now where we're comes to the trade with China. And the rest of the world is slowing down. We are not. Hiring by American companies surged in December, private sector payrolls added two hundred seventy one thousand jobs, the economists that are always wrong estimated just one hundred seventy eight thousand. We smashed expectations. Our economy is on fire right now. The market is not always an indicator of the economy part of it. Manufacturing added twelve thousand jobs. Crazy. Oh, our unemployment is down to three point seven percent. Stupid Democrats in the media. Yeah. Three point seven percent lowest in decades. But if you watch the news, they make you think that we're going to go into recession in about thirty six minutes. Third thing that I think you need to know. It's true. Stupid ED's third thing that I think you need to know is that I mean with all the teachers trying to brainwash the kids with red Fred crap last year pissed off a lot of parents. So state rep Mark Finchem tomorrow valley put forth, a Bill said teachers can be fired if they start talking politics two kids in class to brainwash them. So of course, there are some haters. He sent me messages where they're calling him a Nazi and things like that. Because everybody's a Nazi nowadays. You know, why not why not? So he's going to be on the show Tuesday mornings at a town Tuesday morning seven ten in the studio to talk about that stuff. Three things. I think you need to know. So this is really a brilliant freaking call by that. I'm pissed at myself or not thinking of this all this talk about the wall and everything else. And you get these more on Democrats and Pima county sheriff Mark Napier. Who says shut up about the wall already that guy? What a what a failure that guy is. So. You still hasn't texted me. Usually, it's like, you know, he wants to talk about this. It's always open you and Magnus. Always welcome. Anyway. Why didn't I think about this every time someone puts a pool in their backyard, especially if they have kids or if you go to buy a home, and there's a pool in the backyard? What do you want surrounding the pool a wall? Right. A wall. Why because the wall keeps the kids out. So you get all these Democrats these stupid stupid rhino Republicans and the media saying the wall, I mean, what a what a stupid medieval thing nigga, you know, it's twenty nineteen. We could have sensors we have technology. So I want you to tell a mom that is getting ready to put a pool in her backyard, and she has a three year old and a five year old don't worry about putting in a wall or fence. Instead get a drone in some sensors, and I'm sure your kid won't fall in the pool and everything's gonna be fine. And you'll just be you'll be great. That'd be great. If wall's didn't work. Why would they demand? A why would counties and cities mandate that they're put in if they didn't work, right? Why wouldn't they just say, you know, what it's stupid? It's a waste of money. It's outdated. Stick a drone in there. And that way when the drone flying high in your kid falls in the pool, you'll get a phone call or an alert on your phone. Phone from the drone. And it says your kids in the pool. Right. Why not why would that happen? So over that crap neck, we get back to another story that I thought was really good. We only spent like two minutes on it. Because we really need to to give our take on this. Another caller going back to college story from several hours ago that we just touched on. And this is the best Montclair state university. Of course, offering a class on something that will basically get these these kids a job one day at a Starbucks or something. You ready for this? Montclair state university has a two hundred level course, called queer identities. A transforming world the trouble with normal. Yeah. That's gonna help you start a business. It's going to put you in the right mindset. Yeah. It's gonna help you sell stuff. What do they talk about? The course description. This is the one of the greatest course descriptions of all time. They're gonna explore issues like gender performance. What the what does that even mean? Well, if you can't do the job is that what it is like more than my wife, but she's better with the drilling consoling blinds. We. Reverse role my one flaw. Yeah. The third sex transgender issues they go on and on the transgender the transgressive nature of queer. What the hell does that? Even mean, Chris. Schisms within the LGBTQ political movements. Love that. Now, this is the best. This is the best class and representation within the queer community and my favorite. This is in the course, description non-human perspectives on queer. So does your dog look at you differently? If you're straight or queer, I'm just curious about that like which way is it. What is it? Here's your goldfish swim around the ball a little bit more differently. If you're queer or not queer. Well, what does that mean non human perspectives on queer? Is it listening to it? Joy Behar has to say on queer. I don't know if she's human is that what it is. The trouble with normal. That's what really what is the trouble with norm. I don't know. But I don't know what any of this stuff is this is just the this is actually offered you want to know why college is expensive because they pay stupid people that teach this garbage that gets people nowhere. I mean, they take this class sounds like fun. Because if you think about it, you wanna talk about, you know, take a class on this or policy or algebra or business one. Whatever it is is this an easier grade. That's all kids care about is this an easier grade. Way the pre the pre requisite to take the course because you can't just sign up for it. It's a two hundred level you have to Dave a whole a whole wing at this school at Montclair state university for LGBT or they call it G L E Q be gay lesbian. Bisexual transgender queer. Studies department. There's no straight people. I don't. Yeah. Exactly. Very very very very very divisive is not inclusive. Segregation. Yeah. There is no hetero. Why not put the H in there? It should be the gay lesbian, bisexual transgender queer and hetero. Studies department. Sorry that would be SIS, right? Is that? Yeah. It's extremely assists. We played the south park lipid cysts. So anyway, they have this. And if you want that two hundred level course, where you could find out what non-human things think about think about queers, which I don't understand that whole situation. I just don't get it. You have to take a one hundred level course, I called introduction to gay lesbian, bisexual transgender and queer studies. So as an intro to this. Is there a make out session? Videos, you want to know the only thing that I care that. I'd wanna learn. Is it wrong to want to see too hot chicks kiss? Why do I have to have the you know, there's nothing wrong with that? You know, let's do a study you have to hot chicks in a bar make out or to not hot chick. Let's just say in a bar. See the difference. Why two men wanna see too hot women make out versus non hot women? Let's have that's. We're off the rails. We are off the rails. But it's it's all right. It's okay. We gotta follow that up with before we go to break the best response ever. Because Bernie Sanders v. Mr Bernie Sanders, his two thousand sixteen campaign. You know, ROY Trump is a sexist maniac racist bigoted woman hater yet. It's come out Bernie's Bernie's campaign workers. All signed a letter where they said women got paid more than men and women were paid less than men. There was sexual violence in his campaign with the workers. It was toxic masculinity. All this stuff, right? And Bernie apparently didn't know anything about how am I supposed to know about? So birdie was asked by Anderson Cooper number fifteen about this and Bernie gave like the worst answer. But it's going to be glossed over by the media because he's Bernie, let's play number fifteen right there Bernie Sanders on this on this. I mean, really bad situation about his campaign. It was it was everything. The Republicans are supposed to be sexist. Misogynistic and pay women less. This is what he said. Here we go. You did not know at the time about the allegations. Is that correct? Yes, I was little bit busy running around the country. Trying to make the case. I'm just too busy. Listen if women are being sexually assaulted, I just don't have time for that. I was trying to be presidents. Oh, really? You don't care about the women is what you're saying. Is that is that what it is what a horrible measure of Trump gave that answer. It's not even a war on women. It's a forget the women. Honest. We need them for something. Yes. Yes. Yes. Making sandwiches. Well, that's what he's saying. I don't like it. It's he's like what he's saying is actually what does he say what he's saying is. I don't care if women are sexually assaulted in this toxic masculinity and chicks get paid less than guys as long as I win. I was trying to win. I'm.
"montclair state university" Discussed on KFC Radio
"We got. Suck producer BC. You are just watching the rundown from the other day. And I noticed you guys are telling patriots getting banned from Gillette for life for throwing here. At tyreek hill and reminded me that I actually one time was visiting an old girlfriend at Montclair state university. And apparently, if you don't go to the school, and you get caught with alcohol and canvas you get banned for life. So I'm actually banned from. Stamping on the Kansas state university further I think they called near. Non grata. I'm just wondering if either of you guys have around the life ban anything. I I bet you're banned from somewhere. Right. Your Twitter for a while. Right for a while back on what What were were you you doing? doing? You're like inciting a riot. Or someone was telling people fascinate. No, I was telling people that I was going to kill Bert Kreischer. Right. What's up in a home advantage? Is this ever real? Or is always joking though. It's always always percent. He pledged ten thousand dollars children's hospital. And then he refused to give them the money. He said if you could run a marathon, he got all these social media followers, and then I had to take up a collection for him to for his fucking love your children. Yeah, they're waiting for his money. Children died. That blood is on your hands part. They just wanted to present for Christmas. I.
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"A federal judge is blocking a Texas law requiring that aborted fetal tissue be either cremated or buried in Austin US district judge David Ezra ruled today that the law place unconstitutional obstacles in the path of a woman's right to choose to terminate her pregnancy as we're writes in his decision that the law in question, quote would likely cause a near catastrophic failure of the healthcare system designed to serve women of childbearing age within the state of Texas lawyers for the state argued that the law protects human dignity and has no adverse effect on abortion.
"montclair state university" Discussed on On The Media
"Public school but all the teachers dress and religious garb they teach the religious teachings of their guru is that really a public school and by being an incorporated city gave them their own police force and access to police database information that should be protected you know they have this very convincing argument that this religious group is violating the separation church and state but then you kind of get the flip the coin and you get to see it from the perspective inside this religious community which is they feel that this is a complete government intrusion on their rights to assembly their rights to freedom of religion and hearing these two sides of the same coin forces the audience to do some critical thinking and they have to see for themselves where they fall in this issue this was kind of a move that the state attorney general phone meyer takes which is it's one thing to fight the russians she's on state land use laws but this new kind of legal attack on the community you know it it it really strikes to the heart of the community and the backbone in which this law suit is based off is the united states constitution which we found fascinating because episode one sheila will tell the audience and certainly what she's told us was she went to montclair state university in new jersey so she had some experience in america and she was always in love with the united states constitution especially because of its religious freedom protections and i think that was a big reason why she felt america would be a great fit for bhagwan and for that turn on her and for her to see that the us constitution was now being used to strike at the heart of her community that's when you really start to see things kind of ramp up not just legal tensions but it starts to spill over into physical violence as filmmakers we were less interested in confirming this evil and more interested in exploring the devastation that can occur with alternate devotion to one man and what can happen.
"montclair state university" Discussed on On The Media
"With their church right in the middle of it and wanted to practice their way of life another place we see competing narratives is the question of religious liberty once the russian she's did a mass political power antelope they were in a position to use local 'institutions the schools the police whatever inservice of their community and the antelope beans therefore argued that the russian issues were violating the separation of church and state school is permeated with religious symbolism and you did not look sound or field like public school but then you hear the bog ones lawyer point out that that problem doesn't seem to apply to mormons in utah or catholics in boston you know most americans are familiar with the separation of church and state but the mostly to keep religion out of government it's actually a two sided coin it's also to prevent government intrusion on religious rights and so the local organs and the see this as a tool to get rid of this guru and it is a very convincing argument that they give they have a public school but all the teachers dress and religious garb they teach the religious teachings of their guru is that really a public school and by being an incorporated city gave them their own police force and access to police database information that should be protected they have this very convincing argument that this religious group is violating the separation of church and state but then you kind of get the flip the coin and you get to see it from the perspective inside this religious community which is they feel that this is a complete government intrusion on their rights to assembly their rights to freedom of religion which we found fascinating because you know an episode one sheila will tell the audience and certainly what she told us was she went to montclair state university in new jersey i'm so she had some experience in america and she was always in love with the united states constitution especially because.
"montclair state university" Discussed on The Young Turks
"During the easter egg roll that he held at the white house he even know the name of the white house listen even though he culture earlier in the sentence watch this i want to thank the all of the people that work with with everybody to keep this incredible house or billy or when everyone call it because it really is so name or is special yeah there's an import it's the one you said earlier in the sentence the white house painfully dumb but yes that solely might be a factor but it turns out there's an even more interesting factor as to why he's losing these specific voters it turns out it's healthcare and the number of people who are saying that it's their top priority has recently tripled now why particularly healthcare for these older voters okay i'm gonna go back to reuters for that part of the explanation voters between the ages of sixty and sixty five are particularly worried about healthcare said bridget harrison a political scientists at montclair state university of new jersey because they are paying ever higher private health insurance premiums and are not yet l jabbour for medicare i told you this is why medicare for all is pulling so well this is why guys like better work are running on the platform or medicare for all in texas of all places to defeat senator ted cruz so it's because people are going let us in let us say we've heard from our friends medicare's excellent medicare so pulls seventy seven percent and now six out of ten americans saying let us in we know medicare works not only is it better coverage but it's also cheaper so it turns out the republicans thought they were geniuses by trying to destroy bama care and by the way doing the tax cuts which then also cut medicare and then they threaten to cut it even further so now the democrats are gonna run ads on that all over the country and they should because that is true and and americans like medicare and this whole idea of.
"montclair state university" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Thank you very very much drew is in new jersey drew welcome am i on the show right now drill you or on you must tell us your age ten years old and i live in mont clair new jersey and can i turn the tv on to see my name drew you'll see it in a matter of seconds okay all right till montclair new jersey i've been i've heard of that that's east obviously there's a visit university there isn't there montclair state university not that popular in basketball but they but they're pretty good for for they're they're pretty good for i have no idea why i've heard of that but i have montclair state university wow something happened there once i just i don't remember what it what it's famous for something i'll i'll i'll i'll find out so what's what's going on with you so what is the most so what's the least of championships in the sec now we're talking butch ford basketball football basketball the least number of championships would it be like it's probably olmos or vanderbilt right.
"montclair state university" Discussed on Weird Work
"Stable in this area for me i didn't i did we will like did you go to it as a child no actually that's funny thing i never saw the show never came for school trip never my parents were never like all it's going to be able times so i didn't see the show until i started working here how did you first hear about the job work against medieval times all right so this is a good sorry right okay so remember that bit i mentioned earlier about andrews luscious long hair turns out he plays a pretty big role in becoming a night for andrew at least so i was in school fulltime college around two thousand six what were you go to school for broadcasting so balcony film television radio things like they own at montclair state university which is not too far away from here so i was working you know just regular retail parttime jobs make my way through school things like that and then i was there was a point whereas in between jobs and i grew my hair out and my friends like a ready reason or just like he was college phase i'm just gonna grow my hair out yeah you're gonna girl log yorke did retail goddamn dislike all right i got this long hair and and my friend said i know somebody that works he hit a friend that worked at the bar here of the i got the long he got the look one you go and imply there so i walked in and i apply just as a parttime yeah and i got i was in the photo department for a little while when i got hired yen al all that all the guys that works the nights the head night at the time they're like why aren't you you should be back here with us and he's in care in basically yet because they just kind of one of those jinghseng build dealt like you're you're well like i could have log hair and i don't think that he would be viewed like you should be a date.
"montclair state university" Discussed on Year of the Peer with Leo Bottary
"Today's guest as dr cecelia hauser suzui is a principle was torn fairy hey group leadership and talent consulting practice skillful soldiered with more than forty years of management and organisational leadership experience she's dedicated helping clients build a leadership pipeline for professional development training utilising both qualitative and quantitative methodologies and executive coaching suzuyo served for twelve years as faculty and mentor in signal university for its masters of arts in strategic communication in leadership program so you're earned her doctored of education from illinois state university a master's degree from montclair state university and a bachelor's degree from the college of new jersey we welcome cecilia to show doctors with syria hauser welcome to the show odds are wonderful to have you here ecorse sooner you on i spent a whole lot of harm to together to all your diversity ah dr incredible graves those were we go to work together artists were reluctant charged bottom and of course now palm disturbs continue our cruncher after about has been so great you know i thought there you offered such great him sarge norm power pierce near back him on twenty kerkorian 2016 i regret to courses a sucker book coming up but dumb is burr's this podcast series when i think about.