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Federal Judge Approves Partial Deal Between Women, US Soccer
"Los Angeles of federal judge today have proved a partial settlement between players on the national women's team in the U. S Soccer Federation over unequal working conditions. The deal calls for the World Cup champions to receive the same level of support. The men's national team does Expenses such as hotel accommodations, charter flights and venue selection. The settlement also allows the women's team to appeal the judge's decision on
Women Could Be Aided by Biden's 'Caregiving Economy' Investment
"President biden is set to start unveiling his proposed multi trillion dollar package this week. We'll certainly hear about big projects like infrastructure. But he's also looking to include investment in child and elder care needs. His administration sees these issues as barriers for women in the workplace particularly during the pandemic. This is a topic are white house. Reporter catherine lucy has been following and she joins me from washington. Catherine good to have you here. Great to be here catherine. Let's set the stage here. What do the numbers show about. How women have fared in the workforce over the past year. We'll be no as it. Millions of women have left the workforce during the pandemic and for many that has been ju at least in part the pressures of child care and handling remote schooling. An analysis of government data from the national women's law center showed that women's participation in the labor force us slipped to fifty seven percent which is the lowest it been since nineteen eighty eight and overall more than two point. Three million women have dropped out of the labor force during the pandemic. that's compared with one point. Eight million men and so as part of his economic proposal president biden is expected to address what he calls the caregiving economy. Can you explain what he means by that. That's right mark a what we're expecting to hear from the president. You know in the coming weeks as he talks about a big multi trillion dollar investment economic investment. Is it a piece of that is going to be in child. Care and elder care needs now. His administration thinks of this as quote the caregiving economy. And they see these investments as important as investing in things like roads and bridges. They see these. As need for families particularly for women that caregiving concerns have been a real barrier for women in the workforce particularly during the pandemic. And that's been particularly true. For low income and minority women
Shadowed by Pandemic, Olympic Torch Relay Begins in Japan
"The Olympic torch has begun its four month journey around Japan ahead of the delayed opening of the 2020 Games in Tokyo. Members of the Japanese national Women's football team started the relay in Fukushima. Japan is determined to deliver the Olympics despite continuing disruption caused by the pandemic on the absence
This Equal Pay Day, women face additional burdens due to the pandemic
"It is equal Pay day today, and members of Congress will take a closer look at pay disparities between men and women and other gender equity issues. Equal Pay Day marks the extra time it takes a woman in the U. S during the same pay their male counterparts made the previous year. The hearing will also explore new tree. Challenges from the pandemic. According to an analysis from the National Women's Law Center. The pandemic has had a disastrous effect on women in the
We're Frustrated. What about YOU?
"Today in our feminist. Utopia governor cuomo resigned and stops kissing young women at weddings or stops being garbage. Human being. I mean he created a toxic work environment not just for the women s but for the men that worked for him to. But we'll get to that. Yes chalet recording on national women's day last year we were on a boat celebrating international women's day with an all female crew for the first time it was amazing and i wish we were back on that boat. We were in a bubble of just being pampered and surrounded by powerful women and it was amazing until covid happened in. it wasn't so amazing and instead of being surrounded in a bubble. We were worried that we were surrounded by five. Rhys but i i was worried. They were gonna cut seattle off because trumpet actually made sounds like well we just isolate seattle. It will spread. We all know how that turned out and happy international women's day. I guess we can start out with some good vibes because today on international women's day joe biden has signed Two executive orders geared toward promoting gender issues. The first executive order establishes a gender policy council within the white house and it's Reformulating that office from the obama administration that was disbanded by trump. But this one is going recognizes. That discrimination happens to both genders. So i think that's a positive thing and we hope that that will lead to more equality not just in the united states but around the world and then the second executive orders directed at the department of education and it Reverses the controversial rule on campus sexual assault and harassment that was issued last year by betsy devos. Donald trump's education secretary. So these are two Positive advancements and we will applaud those with some good vibes and biden also signed an executive order About election rights. And so we'll get into that a little bit more than we talk at the end of the show about. Hr one We can't count on executive orders to save us. But at least women who are on college campuses or more protected now because of that executive order and i am really glad that biden chose to do it today. Yeah we're gonna go from good vibes to pet peeves. I decided Section called pet peeves because this has been highlighted in the news. And it's really annoying me. People miss naming the george floyd trial. It's not george floyd trial. It's derek chauvin trial for the killing of george floyd and we should know derek chavez name as a murderer that he is and when you miss name it and call it. George floyd it places the blame on the victim and causes more pain to the victim's family and misses the point. I think we need to hold. Derek chauvin accountable and make his name famous for being murderer. I think it's the perfect example of a micro aggression that even progressives make without thinking about it and when ted bundy headed trial. We didn't name his victims. We didn't say it was the kimberley trial. It was ted bundy trial. But in this case. I think this is one of those little deep seated things that we don't think about until someone like you pointed out like i hadn't thought about it until i read it in today's research but i hadn't even. I didn't even in all fairness i didn't know the trial was starting so i didn't even know that but we'll do hell no hell of a time finding jurors so the 'cause the videos out there like the Selection process started and then it was halted. There's some concern about whether it's going to be a second degree or a third degree murder charge. So yeah they. They were going to add the third degree murder charge to make sure he doesn't get off on a manslaughter charge. Just go to jail for three years.
Nearly 3 million U.S. women have dropped out the labor force
"Not long after Donald Trump arrived at the White House, he disbanded and office that focused on challenges affecting women. President Biden is now resurrecting it. Women's rights groups hope this will help them make progress on things like paid family leave and affordable child care. Here's NPR's Melissa Block. The wish list on Biden's agenda for women is long restoring an expanding reproductive rights, combating gender based violence, reducing maternal mortality, and he's pitched a slew of economic proposals. Major structural disruption requires major structural change. And I feel like thinking big right now is exactly what we need to do. So now is the time That's the co chair of the Biden administration's new gender Policy Council. Jennifer Klein. You know we're seeing because of the health pandemic because of the economic crisis, and, in fact, take care giving crisis that's been layered on top of it. These are core issues core issues, Klein points out that air hitting women hard and especially women of color. Just look at the most recent jobs numbers. In December, women accounted for all 140,000 of the country's net lost jobs. One factor behind that, with so many schools and day care centers closed because of the coronavirus. Many women have had to drop out of the labor force. That's been disastrous, says Joan Williams, director of the Center for Work Life Law at the University of California, Hastings. Mother's already We're at the breaking point in the United States. I mean, we already had a choc your system that was basically a Rube Goldberg machine and the coronavirus brought that machine crashing down. Williams says. What she wants the Biden administration to do is to recognize that Just as we don't expect workers to get to work without physical infrastructure like bridges and roads. We can't expect workers to get to work without a care infrastructure. What would that care Infrastructure look like for Williams? That would mean subsidized neighborhood based child care, paid family leave Universal, pre K and $15 an hour minimum wage, especially during the pandemic. Single moms have had to choose between putting food on the table and leaving young Children home alone. Now. Part of the reason is because the minimum wages so low that there is no way on God's green Earth that those moms can pay for childcare. The paid caregivers are also reeling from the crunch. President Biden highlighted this when he announced his covert 19 relief plan last month. Let's make sure caregivers mostly women, women of color immigrants. Have the same pay indignity that they deserve. Advocates like I Jen poo, director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, are heartened by what they're hearing from Biden. Her group represents workers, including nannies, home care workers and housekeepers, actually focusing on how we're going to make Thies jobs, good jobs for the 21st century. That you can take pride in and earn a living wage with benefits. That is a really big breakthrough. Conservatives, though, are leery of an agenda that carries a hefty price tag and they warn, will lead to crushing government regulations. Charmaine Yost is vice president of the Institute for Family Community and Opportunity at the Heritage Foundation. My biggest concern is that all of the proposals that I'm hearing coming from their side of things inevitably seem to come back to big government intervention in government programs. As for raising the minimum wage in the midst of a pandemic, when many businesses are suffering so badly if there were a time that you could create, that would be the perfect time to not Raise the minimum wage. This would be it with such a slim Democratic majority in Congress. Biden's agenda could have a tough time gaining traction. But Fatima Goss Graves, who heads the National Women's Law Center, is undaunted. Her group has issued an ambitious list of 100 demands for Biden's 1st 100 days. Basically, what we're asking this administration and Congress to do is effectively walk into gum. We need them to both undo things that have been harmful and have been Holding this country back and launch us forward in a way that we're stronger for it, Graves adds. This president doesn't have the luxury of coasting in Melissa Block NPR news
Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble
"League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year. Remember station GBH. Esteban Gusteau's has more from Boston. As the days ticked down towards the Isabel Cup final last March, the Boston Pride seemed poised to add yet another trophy to their collection with the 23 1 record, a championship felt inevitable. The only thing that could stop the hockey team, it turns out was the coronavirus. The in WHL postpone the final a day before the championship game as the sports world began so wise up to the viral threats. Eventually it got canceled altogether. Pride forward and captain Gillian Dempsey remembers the emotional elevator. As everything settled. It was starting to become more frustrating being like, Oh, man, we never We never got that chance. Now, almost a year since the team's last game, the pride or back on the ice over a two week bubble season in Lake Placid, New York. It looks like a penalty coming. Another power play coming for Boston Bubbles have become common as pro leagues navigate Cove in 19, no travel, no fans frequents covert tests and many other restrictions. Pride President Hailey Moore in the rest of the end of Uhl. The challenge of setting up the protective shell has been worthy of its own trophy. You want to be Sure that the safety of our players our staff, our fans are communities are the top priority. And as things evolved, this was really just the natural but to be able to salvage this season. At Lake Placid, the teams out to win hockey games, but players also have to carry on with their lives. Rookie forward Sammy Davis is continuing work on her doctorate degree. While she's in the bubble. Julian Dempsey teaches fifth grade. The time in New York is no vacation for them. Them seats hot remotely last fall and started hybrid classes this month in Lake Placid. She's teaching on zoom from her hotel room during the day and then taking to the ice at nights. It's a grind for two weeks. It's pretty much gonna be a game every day or every other day, and that that's a tremendous amount of hockey. With the game's underway, the pride have a chance to feel something like normal again, if just for two weeks into maybe claim a crown that never found a head to rest on last March for NPR news. I'm Esteban, who steals in Boston.
Inside The National Women's Hockey League's Coronavirus Bubble
"National Women's Hockey League is off to a rocky start. It just began its two weeks season in a bubble in upstate New York, and today, one team dropped out because of Corona virus infections. For another team. The tournament is a chance to win a championship that was taken away by the pandemic last year.
Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences
"Players have had have to adjust had to adjust to matches to matches without fans without fans during this during pandemic. this pandemic. But what But impact what impact does that have does on that how have on they how play? they play? NPR's Casey? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Morale reports? Soccer matches Soccer matches have sounded have a sounded little quieter a little quieter during the pandemic. during the pandemic. Take this Major Take this league Major soccer league game soccer from game August. from August. Orlando Orlando City midfielder City midfielder Nani Moves Nani toward Moves goal toward goal shoots shoots six six beautifully beautifully Any scores. Any scores. And while there's And cheering, while there's cheering, it's all it's from all from players. players. What's missing What's is missing the is roar the of roar the crowd. of the crowd. Meg Linnehan Meg Linnehan of the athletic of the athletic attended a attended few of these a few so of called these so called ghost games ghost games in the National in the National Women's Soccer Women's League Soccer League and says and says gameplay gameplay just felt just different felt different without the influence without the influence of fans of fans when players when air players fighting air for fighting 50 for 50 50 ball 50 right ball along right the sidelines, along the sidelines, and there's just and there's usually just usually there would be people there would be right people there. right there. Yelling Yelling and and trying trying to influence to influence the outcome the of outcome that event. of that event. And instead, And instead, it's just kind it's of just kind these of two players these two players really in really their own in little their world own little and teammates world and teammates yelling at yelling them at now them to now sports to sports buffs who buffs happened who happened to be neuroscientists to be neuroscientists have taken have a deeper taken look a deeper at look whether empty at whether stadiums empty stadiums influence influence players behaviors players behaviors on the field. on the field. It was a good It excuse was a good excuse to watch soccer to watch and soccer to and reproach. to reproach. The matches The matches from the weekends. from the weekends. Michael Lightner Michael and Lightner his and colleague his colleague Fabio Richland Fabio Richland of the University of the University of Salzburg of Salzburg in Austria in Austria Rewatched Rewatched 20 20 matches matches from their local from team. their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from 10 before from the pandemic, before the pandemic, with fans with fans and 10 and from 10 ghost from games ghost without games them without them as they watched as they watched the catalog the catalog players, players, emotional emotional behaviors, behaviors, things like things whether like a whether player yelled a player at yelled the ref at after the ref a after call a call or shook or his head shook after his head missing after a big missing chance. a big chance. Overall, Overall, they observed they observed significantly significantly fewer fewer emotional emotional outbursts outbursts during ghost during games. ghost games. Richland has Richland a theory has why a theory why the fence the fence like like an an amplifier amplifier in certain in situations. certain situations. If there's If a there's a foul or something foul or something going on, going and on, and 20 20 or 30,000 or 30,000 people screaming, people screaming, then, for sure then, for you jump sure you up jump and yell up at and yell your at opponent, your opponent, and you probably and do you probably this less do this less or a little or bit a less little bit less if there are if no fence there are no fence there. In there. fact, In fact, the emotional the emotional outburst outburst that did that take did place take place in Ghost in Ghost games tended games tended to be less to confrontational be less confrontational than in games than in with games fans with in fans attendance. in attendance. The scientists The scientists also think also home think field home advantage field advantage could be smaller. could be smaller. Without those Without screaming those fans. screaming fans. Here's Lightner. Here's Lightner. There seems There to seems be something to be something making making the the way teams way teams perform perform significantly significantly better better without without the home the home fence. fence. They'll tackle They'll that tackle question. that question. Next. Next. The current work The current appears work in appears the journal in the Humanities journal Humanities and Social and Sciences Social Sciences Communications. Communications. And while they And know while their they know study their just study looked just at looked one at team one in team one in league, one league, both Lightner both and Lightner Richland and Richland say say they wouldn't be they surprised wouldn't be surprised if the same if was the seen same was seen in other soccer in other leagues soccer leagues around the world. around the world. Casey Morel Casey
Soccer Players Might Have More Emotional Outbursts With Audiences
"Players have had to adjust to matches without fans during this pandemic. But what impact does that have on how they play? NPR's Casey? Morale reports? Soccer matches have sounded a little quieter during the pandemic. Take this Major league soccer game from August. Orlando City midfielder Nani Moves toward goal shoots six beautifully Any scores. And while there's cheering, it's all from players. What's missing is the roar of the crowd. Meg Linnehan of the athletic attended a few of these so called ghost games in the National Women's Soccer League and says gameplay just felt different without the influence of fans when players air fighting for 50 50 ball right along the sidelines, and there's just usually there would be people right there. Yelling and trying to influence the outcome of that event. And instead, it's just kind of these two players really in their own little world and teammates yelling at them now to sports buffs who happened to be neuroscientists have taken a deeper look at whether empty stadiums influence players behaviors on the field. It was a good excuse to watch soccer and to reproach. The matches from the weekends. Michael Lightner and his colleague Fabio Richland of the University of Salzburg in Austria Rewatched 20 matches from their local team. Red Bull, Salzburg. 10 from before the pandemic, with fans and 10 from ghost games without them as they watched the catalog players, emotional behaviors, things like whether a player yelled at the ref after a call or shook his head after missing a big chance. Overall, they observed significantly fewer emotional outbursts during ghost games. Richland has a theory why the fence like an amplifier in certain situations. If there's a foul or something going on, and 20 or 30,000 people screaming, then, for sure you jump up and yell at your opponent, and you probably do this less or a little bit less if there are no fence there. In fact, the emotional outburst that did take place in Ghost games tended to be less confrontational than in games with fans in attendance. The scientists also think home field advantage could be smaller. Without those screaming fans. Here's Lightner. There seems to be something making the way teams perform significantly better without the home fence. They'll tackle that question. Next. The current work appears in the journal Humanities and Social Sciences Communications. And while they know their study just looked at one team in one league, both Lightner and Richland say they wouldn't be surprised if the same was seen in other soccer leagues around the world. Casey Morel NPR news
Sacramento to get national women's soccer team in 2022
"Team KFBK Staler Martin has the story. The city of Sacramento will be joining the national Women's Soccer League in 2021 National Women's Soccer League Commissioner Lisa Baird announced the big news during a state of the league address yesterday. Back in August, Sacramental Republic of C was in the final stages of negotiations with the league to bring women's pro soccer to the city of Sacramento. Taylor Martin News, half a 20210.1 kfbk It's four or six on the KFBK. Afternoon
Whats Next for the Biden-Harris Team?
"Today we are joined by another round. Were all. I have so much respect and admiration for a team of graves. The president and ceo of the national women's law center a team. How are you today. I'm feeling good and so glad to be me today. I'm so glad you were able to make it. I have so much. I wanna talk to you about glad that we get to talk about good things in my opinion because he has a new president. We have a new vice-president our first woman of color to serve in that role are woman to serve in that role so we gotta start off with the personal before we dive into the amazing work that you do to make sure minin women of color are centered in all of these policies. That how're you feeling. Where were you when you saw. The breaking news had to celebrate. So i was a big old bag of tears on saturday. I you know some of it. I will just say was The relief. I don't think my body knew that the last four years it had been clinched in holding so much as some of it was like a release can. Can we talk it out for a minute. So many people. I have been talking to any one moment in cracked me up. She said i felt like. I took off my weighted blanket. My bra and my extensions. So that's how. I felt for sure. But i also was just in awe of that we will have a madam vice president. We've never said that before amit. She's a black woman that she's a south asian women in what it says about our leadership and what it says to a coming generation of black and brown girls who will be okay being ambitious. Because they've seen it. I just i'm still choked up thinking about wet now feels possible and i'll just tell you one quick story. My i have two sons and they are twelve and eight and my eight year. Old grew has grown up casually talking about. When i become president you know. He just sorta We'll drop it incidences as like well. Maybe one day when i'm president and he's able to do that because he saw it in president barack obama who he would call he calls president bronco and and so president bronco was out there in just being there provided a whole new opportunity for people and so i am really excited that we will have that for free black Young people to know that leadership can look like a vice president elect comma harris. It's amazing i i don't have kids have nieces and nephews and i think about my niece in particular that she only knows. Hillary clinton are miss hillary as she hall alter who ran for president and now he knows kamala so for her. This is just so normal that it's gonna be weird for them if they see a presidential ticket without a woman they're gonna be lightweight with. I think we're done with the idea of all white male tickets. I actually think people will people will think what what is that. And how did we get their that. It is a new day in many ways. Because of that and i think this country will be grappling with that going forward absolutely and we know that we have our new president lagged or vice president elect and i was telling so many people when they were saying. Oh he's up in the polls. This is going to be a blow out as i know this this racist high. I talked about it on the last episode by there are still people who were fine with the direction the country was going in in. Its because those are people that no matter who is in office in what they're doing they're going to be fine or they're okay. If the bad things are happening to people not Horsely bad is just a reality. I i will tell you. I believe in celebrating deeply. And so i was in a celebrate tori spirit beacon with me. I brought it into our team this morning. And i said guys we got to do that. I know what is brewing next. And what comes next the diagnosis of like what. What led to the electoral outcomes that we have so step to celebrate and i the parties around the world. I felt like i did that. Pretty effectively step two is having a data fueled standing of how we got there and that you know the two of the matter is when all of the votes are finally counted. You know it's likely somewhere. North of five million. More people voted for the biden harris ticket than not but it is also the case that we have to grapple with the more than million people who supported donald trump. And why
What's Next for the Biden-Harris Team?
"Today we are joined by another round. Were all. I have so much respect and admiration for a team of graves. The president and ceo of the national women's law center a team. How are you today. I'm feeling good and so glad to be me today. I'm so glad you were able to make it. I have so much. I wanna talk to you about glad that we get to talk about good things in my opinion because he has a new president. We have a new vice-president our first woman of color to serve in that role are woman to serve in that role so we gotta start off with the personal before we dive into the amazing work that you do to make sure minin women of color are centered in all of these policies. That how're you feeling. Where were you when you saw. The breaking news had to celebrate. So i was a big old bag of tears on saturday. I you know some of it. I will just say was The relief. I don't think my body knew that the last four years it had been clinched in holding so much as some of it was like a release can. Can we talk it out for a minute. So many people. I have been talking to any one moment in cracked me up. She said i felt like. I took off my weighted blanket. My bra and my extensions. So that's how. I felt for sure. But i also was just in awe of that we will have a madam vice president. We've never said that before amit. She's a black woman that she's a south asian women in what it says about our leadership and what it says to a coming generation of black and brown girls who will be okay being ambitious. Because they've seen it. I just i'm still choked up thinking about wet now feels possible and i'll just tell you one quick story. My i have two sons and they are twelve and eight and my eight year. Old grew has grown up casually talking about. When i become president you know. He just sorta We'll drop it incidences as like well. Maybe one day when i'm president and he's able to do that because he saw it in president barack obama who he would call he calls president bronco and and so president bronco was out there in just being there provided a whole new opportunity for people and so i am really excited that we will have that for free black Young people to know that leadership can look like a vice president elect comma harris. It's amazing i i don't have kids have nieces and nephews and i think about my niece in particular that she only knows. Hillary clinton are miss hillary as she hall alter who ran for president and now he knows kamala so for her. This is just so normal that it's gonna be weird for them if they see a presidential ticket without a woman they're gonna be lightweight with. I think we're done with the idea of all white male tickets. I actually think people will people will think what what is that. And how did we get their that. It is a new day in many ways. Because of that and i think this country will be grappling with that going forward
How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools
"In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen.
Hundreds Gather For Boston Women’s March In Opposition Of President Trump, Amy Coney Barrett
"Yesterday for the Boston Women's March, voicing opposition to President Trump and his Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett. Here's W. P. Z's Mike Macklin. They gathered on Boston common at the foot of the staircase leading to the Massachusetts State House, women and men adding their voices to the National Women's March movement. March organizer Shivan Ready for telling the world that we're standing here for human rights will not let Donald Trump take that away from the demonstrators Fear President Trump's Supreme Court nominee judge any Cockney Barrett. Will swing the court's majority conservative threatening Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act. They also fear Trump will refuse to accept the November vote. Should he lose to Joe Biden in person or by now, before Victor is announced you November, the demonstrators marched from Boston Common to City Hall Plaza. Calling for voters to defeat Donald Trump. That's doubly busy is
Remembering Ruth Bader Ginsburg's life and legacy as she lies in repose
"And tomorrow at the U. S. Supreme Court building. On Friday she will lie in state at the U. S. Capitol. She's the first woman ever to be given this honor all this week. We've been looking back at the life and legacy of Justice Ginsburg and we'll continue that today in 1993. When President Bill Clinton nominated Justice Ginsburg to the Supreme Court, he referred to her as quote the Thurgood Marshall of Gender Equality Law. Begins work herself sometimes pushed back on the comparison to Marshall and his trail blazing civil rights work. I'll take this opportunity to say I don't like the comparison of me. Deserving Marshall because my life was never in danger. His wass he went to his southern town in the morning. I couldn't be sure he'd be alive at the end of the day. I never had that. Kind of threat. That was Justice Ginsburg, speaking in 2018. While much of Ginsberg's legal work indicated clear understandings of racial discrimination, some critics have called out some of her more personal shortcomings when it came to race, for example, Like most of her male colleagues on the bench, she hired few law clerks who were black or people of color. Joining me now is Fatima Goss Graves, president of the National Women's Law, Center. Fatima, Thanks for being with me. Glad to be with you. So how did racial equality factor into some of justice Ginsburg's early legal work? One of the things that I think few people know is when she was at the two women's rights project. She out actually filed a really important Grief in the court in a case involving whether or not there should be the death penalty for rape. And she really used that case and that breathe Toa High light. Both the race tropes around sexual violence for black men. And also the way in which notions of purity that have been attached to white women that they actually are harmful to white women into everyone. And so you know, one of the things that I think may seem more quiet and subtle about her work is that she got really clearly the idea that we were all harmed by discrimination. We were all harm by Whatever form it took, whether is racism, sexism, disability discrimination that that is a through line throughout her work. In yesterday on this show. We've been
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"Natalie Portman among those launching women's soccer team in Los Angeles to highlight heroes that are women by an m peterson of the associated, press. Actress Natalie Portman and venture capitalist. Karen, Nordmann lead a group that will bring an expansion national women's Soccer League team to the Los Angeles area in twenty, twenty two. The team tentatively named Angel. City will bring the League to eleven teams. Louisville AFC will join the nine current. NWS L. Clubs next season. Portman. Nordmann are joined by gaming. Entrepreneur Julie Erman. The consortium President in the majority female group others involved include actors, evil Longoria. America Ferrara, Jennifer Garner and Ouzo a Deuba. Tech Entrepreneur and Reddit Co founder Alexis Oh Hainian the husband of tennis star. Serena, Williams is the lead investor through his firm initialized capital. Portman Nordmann and urban all have a financial stake in the team. I think it's so important to have role models and heroes that are women for kids both boys and girls to see, and it's just such an incredible sport in that it really is a team Sport Portman, said in an interview with the Associated Press. You see one woman success, and all the others are cheering her on because one woman success is the whole team's success among the founding group are more than a dozen former players, including mia a ham, Abby Wambach and Julie Foudy. Other female business leaders. Portman said she heard Wambach. A former US national team. Forward speak at a time is up event and started thinking about how female athletes are regarded in society. Then she and Nordmann met Becca Rue, the executive director of the US Women's National Team Players Association. We started going to games, and we just got so into it, and it was just kind of a revolution to see my son and. And his friends, these little eight year, old boys at the time wanting to wear their REPEA-, no jerseys and Alex Morgan Jerseys I was like. Wow, this would be a different world. It wasn't unusual to them at all. Portman said there were hints that the group was coming together last year when Portman Gardner Longoria and other celebrities went to a national team exhibition game at L. AFC stadium before the World Cup. The women also reached out to a local supporters group that has been campaigning to bring a team to Los Angeles. The plan is to bring on additional investors as the team takes shape. We knew that there would be a strong and passionate supporters group here to support this and from there it was about. How do we do this in the right way? How do we do this differently Urman said? The group is partnering with the La Eighty Four Foundation. A nonprofit formed after the nineteen eighty four Los Angeles Olympics that promotes youth sports. Angel City also announced its formal support of the foundations play the fund aimed at helping kids in minority and underserved communities. We believe these players need to be playing on one of the best stages in the world, but we also know that we have the power and the platform and the voice to make a meaningful impact in our community. Erm, said, and so it's important for us to do that from day one in the same way that we are building to put eleven incredible players on the field from day one. The NWS cell, which began play in twenty, thirteen was the first professional team sport to return to action in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic with the challenge. Cup, tournament, in Utah, the semifinals are set for Wednesday. The official name of the Los Angeles Club and where it will play are expected to be announced later this year. The growth trajectory of the NWS L. is incredibly exciting, but we also need to be strategic and thoughtful about how fast we expand and the communities. We partner with and W ESL, commissioner. Lisa Baird said in a statement Tuesday. We've long sought the right partner in L. A. Considering the NWS L. Fan base that already exists in the region and the massive interest in women's soccer in general.
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"What's really ironic here? Is that a significant share. Republican voters are women right but the party is moving in this direction. Were these women. Voters don't have representation in their chosen party. I mean I think that going back to the differences between democratic and Republican women. I think we are at this moment of sort of this. Existential threat facing Republican women candidates in the trump era as white women have have indeed swung more Democratic Post Twenty Sixteen Republican have really struggled to prevail in their primaries and they become increasingly accountable to a Republican base. That one is not that concerned with elevating women leaders and second has been found to be increasingly characterized by hostile sexism. And so I just think that there are some real questions about not just what it means for policy outcomes but also what it really means for our democracy if we are going to be in a country where only one party reflects. America you know really reflects all of the people that comprise the population that comprise the electorate. And I think that really bears some serious attention I. It is increasingly concerning that there is one political party that is becoming even more dominated by only white male leadership political leadership. You know I think we have to take a really good look at what. The implications are not just on policy but really for democracy at large right. And I'm trying to wrap my brain around what that might mean practically and what the implications might be and I can't because I don't think we've lived in the world where you know. The Republican Party has been completely white and all male or their work going pretty quickly. I mean practically what does that mean. Yeah well I mean. I think we are starting to see that writing in with the with the tremendous assaults on women's bodily autonomy that we've seen in the in the last years I mean all of this has really been taken up to such a tremendous level. You know that it really is pretty alarming so I think we have to think about kind of what what the implications are at. I know that there are some within the Republican Party in some Republican women in particular that are also concerned about this and sound the alarm bells but we have a long way to go in terms of reflective representation writ large but it is becoming increasingly stark that the two parties are in very very different places when it comes to reflective representation pride. I guess I'm having a hard time. Viewing this Outside of a partisan Lens I am a Democrat. And I'm thinking you know great. I chose the right party. I'm the party that has representation from all groups in the country and that's good. That's great for me. I chose Party. You know but I guess generally when you do have a primarily two party system. Both parties should reflect the electorate. But it's hard to fathom you know long term what that might actually look like if we do have one party. That's that's all men in a white and the other party that is representing the rest of America. And that's that's you know passing policy. That's important for the rest of America. Right. I WOULD IMAGINE. Ideally that would mean that. The party that has greater representation would be more successful than winning races. But I don't know if that's true it's it's a hard thing to kind of flush out that's right that's right and I'm really interested in this cycle this in the twenty twenty cycle because there have been some new efforts to really amp up recruitment of Republican women running for office like we're seeing continued interest. And I think the energy that we saw in twenty eighteen from the look from what I've seen from early filings. It looks like that energy will be sustained through twenty twenty in terms of democratic women running up and down ballot but there has been an effort to also be recruiting more Republican women who to run in twenty twenty and I'm very curious to see how they prevail like. That's going to be very telling and I. I think very instructive for kind of the future of the Republican Party as well. It's one of the things I was also daydreaming about. When I was reading the study was you know what we could accomplish if we did have gender parity state legislations. Because we're not there yet. We're making some gains but we're not quite there. Do you have any ideas of how we can help? Move that along. Yeah well I think the other thing that's really important to note is that I think a lot of the media coverage about this wave of women that ran in twenty eighteen. It was Kinda framed as though like every day women just suddenly woke up and I'm running for office and I think to a certain extent. There's some truth there. I mean I think there was a level of political interest in political mobilization. That happened post twenty. Sixteen that people got involved in politics at in all sorts of different new ways but we also saw in the wake of two thousand sixteen was the culmination of work. That's taken years to accomplish. And it wasn't just a spontaneous Kind of mobilization of new candidates many of these candidates have been recruited and trained by organizations working on the ground. I know you had Amanda Littman on recently run for something that might know has really been working to elect young people and especially in down ballot races. There are a number of organizations that have been recruiting and training women candidates. Lgbtq candidates black candidates lat next candidates candidates really identifying where are their strong leaders and helping give give them the skills and the training and support. They need to run for office. And so when we look at a state like Nevada and you think how did we get to this point where there's now fifty two percent whereas you know majority women legislature? Well the truth is that Nevada has had a really strong emerged chapter for many years. Twelve of the women now serving in the Nevada state legislature are emerge alums. And so not only do. Those types of programs provide the early skills building and training for. Like you know if you if you're interested in running for office. What do you need but they also provide this network for women rights as they make their decisions as they decide to run for local office for State Office. They are in communication and in in a community with all sorts of other women running and serving as well and I think some of the legislative success that we saw in the in the analysis is likely reflects the successive those types of programs as well. Because you're not then just coming into a state legislature and completely having to navigate on your own but you also have relationships with others that have kind of come up through the pipeline with you and I think that has been a real source of support and strength for a lot of newly elected women's State. Legislators plus a really important point. I hadn't thought about that. Actually that's a really excellent point about you know developing this network of women that you've come up with the same organization the same the same program and and you're right. I did have Amanda Litmanen. And she's great from run for something and I know a lot of the run for something alums have you know. They've won state races including the delegates in Virginia. And they've done really great things so I think that's a that's a really great. Starts Her woman listening to this. And you you want to run for office contact some of these groups and I'll probably publish lists in the show notes along with a link to the city for some of the groups like Emily's list or run for something in higher heights which is another one that helps elect Black women as obviously exactly a really really important programs in where we're starting to see real gains in representation not just of of women but of you know kind of all underrepresented populations it's undoubtedly a byproduct of the investment that these groups have have been making in identifying really talented individuals in helping them Helping provide the skills and the networks in the supports and indeed like all of them I. They're doing amazing work but none of them I think are kind of at this level in scale that they would ideally like to be so. There are huge opportunities to be investing in building that pipeline. And I think what we've Seen Post Twenty sixteen is that those types of investments can really reap tremendous. It's not all instantaneous. But over time they really just you know make make a huge difference in both political and policy outcomes right which is why. I think that this analysis is really important because it educates people on the fact that this isn't just about electing women just because we want. Lx women as women right. It's about the fact that women are very effective. Legislators and it's beneficial for everyone to support organizations who helped women get into office. I think that's really the key that the finding about events that productivity for legislatures as a whole increases that all legislators are more productive on that they're introducing in enacting more legislation in legislatures with greater numbers of women was to me the most important finding you know. I think all of us that are a fight for and worked to advance gender justice. Racial Justice we do this not because we only want to benefit women people of Color Cetera. But because we think it will benefit everyone and I think what we've seen from the productivity is data is that there are benefits. There are whole kind of system wide benefits to more reflective representation. Well Julie Kohler thank you so much for joining me and talking about this really important analysis and thank you so much for doing this work. Thanks so much for having me. Thank you for listening. The electorate is independently created and produced by me. Jen Taylor skinner and of course I'm the host but I also do all of the editing audio and the graphics you name it. It's on my plate so if you enjoyed this. Episode of the electorate cleese helped the electric grow by subscribing. Just hit the subscribe button. Whatever after you used to listen to podcasts. Also leave a review for the electorate on itunes lastly one final way to help. 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"I'm Jen Taylor skinner. And this is the electorate on this episode. Had Conversation with Julie Kohler. She's a fellow at the National Women's law center since she joined to discuss a new analysis that the recently published showing that women are more effective state. Legislators men now. I've seen similar studies in the past about how women in politics are generally more prolific. They passed more bills et CETERA. But I've never seen the data at the state legislative level and this is important because everyone in politics right now is focused on winning state legislatures and I've done at least a half dozen episodes on this topic this year alone because a lot of people have come to realize that winning state legislative races is the key to passing more bills like paid family leave or expanding voting rights and Mike passing the equal rights amendment and this new analysis from the National Women's law center is just another way to think about what can be accomplished with greater legislative power and what women specifically can accomplish with that power. So here's my conversation with Julie. Cooler Julie Kohler welcome to the cast. Thank you thanks so much for having me. So the National Women's law center you conducted an analysis that that uncovered that women were more effective and more prolific state. Legislators than men. And you know. I'm kind of familiar with this research because I think a few years ago. There was an analysis. Done that uncovered similar data right. But I don't think anything's been done recently. And specifically looking at women in State legislators. Is that true? Yeah that's exactly right. I've been really interested. Post Twenty Eighteen. At what is transpiring in the wake of these really record gains and political representation for women. And there's been a lot of focus on the changes in Congress and the role of newly elected women in the house both in taking back democratic control of the house but also and kind of. What's what the issues that they're advancing. But it's in the states where the gains political representation are actually even more dramatic and so I was curious in looking at the states because I think they provide a really important window into you know. The effects of more reflective representation on policy outcomes in examining. What are we seen in states? Now that we're seeing a real gains and tremendous variety across states and a huge range in terms of women's representation. You're absolutely right and just to go over some of the numbers I mean. We've made some significant inroads at the state level. So I think that in two thousand eighteen. There's been what a three-point gain and legislative seats for women. Yes over the last two years we've seen so now we're at twenty nine percent in terms of women's representation overall across all of the States in Congress about twenty three percent but then we're seeing real tremendous disparity across states and so for example in two thousand. Eighteen Nevada became the very first state to have a majority women's Day legislature the first in the country right so I think in two thousand eighteen. Three hundred seats gained by women. Is that right? Dozens laws all of the gains in two thousand eighteen were due to democratic women so it wasn't just women across the board. It was really women based on political party so while there were pickups at in the state legislature of over three hundred seats for Democratic Women. Republican women actually lost forty more than forty seats in two thousand eighteen. So all of the gains in representation have been as a result of democratic women's victories. While I WANNA talk about the difference in the party's there in a minute because that's that's really interesting but I don't want to forget about Virginia. I don't know if you've mentioned Virginia yet but that was really important because I think it was about a month ago. Maybe three weeks ago. That Virginia became the thirty eighth state to ratify the equal rights amendment the era and that was specifically because of these gains at the state level by women. There was I lean for corn rights. And you know you WanNa talk about Virginia absolutely absolutely so you know in a in over the last couple election cycles we've seen real transformations in the composition of the Virginia legislature both the House of delegates and the Senate not only have Democrats taken back control of both Both houses but we've really seen transformations women's leadership so a record forty women. Now serve in Virginia House of Delegates. As you mentioned they now have the first woman speaker With Eileen filler Corn Selection as speaker of the House of delegates and we have the first black woman in As serving as majority leader in the House of delegates there's just leadership and reflective representation across the board Danika. Rome became the first transgender woman to chair a committee in the Virginia House delegates. So we're really seeing just kind of historic firsts. All across the country in terms of women's representation. Do we have any idea of what's happening with Republican women and why it's kind of the reverse of what's happening with with democratic women right because they think that the analysis uncovered also that as far as like all the groups that you looked at Democratic men Democratic Women Republican Republican women to women are on top as far as being the most effective the most prolific and at the very bottom or on the other end of the spectrum are Republican women. Is that right? Yeah yeah so maybe I can. I talk about kind of what we found in terms of the patterns and I'd love to go into the the issue of of of corporate in greater detail to the National Women's law center partnered with Corum. Corum is a public affairs software platform to run some new analyses. And what we wanted to do was really look at how women state. Legislators were faring. These last two years and what we found Several things so first of all women state legislators introduced more bills and some more of their legislation enacted than their male counterparts. And as we said as you mentioned at the beginning of the interview that actually replicates other findings that have found that women legislators tend to be more productive or effective in passing legislation than men but we also found was that greater representation of women was associated with greater productivity overall so legislators all legislators serving in chambers that had greater levels of representation of women's representation introduced passed more bills in the last two legislative sessions than those serving in legislatures with fewer women. So in other words there was an overall effect. There was an overall benefit to having more diverse legislatures Also I think this was the question that you asked about party differences. We really did find that. This was that the productivity was not just a function of gender but was really the intersection of gender political party Democratic Women's State. Legislators introduced bills some more their bills enacted than democratic men than Republican men and Republican women alike and finally democratic women were also more likely to champion legislation that supports women in their families and to get the legislature passed so for example in Twenty Nineteen Democratic Women State legislators introduced successfully enacted bills on paid family. Leave on child care sexual harassment minimum wage than any other group of state legislators so the benefit that interplay with. Liberal Party is one that I think really does warrant more discussion and I think what was interesting. And certainly noteworthy was that when we looked at comparing the four groups of state legislators. Democratic Women introduced in enacted the highest number of bills and the group that introduced and enacted the lowest number of bills. Was Republican women so that was particularly striking difference that it wasn't just a function of gender but that it really seemed to be the interplay between gender and political party. I would imagine that it would be really hard to determine why that is. I mean. I'm just really curious myself that. What is it about the difference in culture between the two parties and the women in both parties? That would make that difference and we do. We know that we know for certain but we can. Certainly I think speculate one of the other things that I've been doing is over the past year. I've been interviewing a number of women state. Legislators about their experiences and I've talked to democratic women. They've all been democratic women. I've spoken to them Women serving in democratic majorities and Republican. Majorities you know in widely different states with wildly different political cultures so content of a good sense of some of the dynamics that they're experiencing. I will say that numbers of democratic women. Newly elected democratic women also have really noted that they're serving in chambers where the leadership really supported them and was open and receptive to the contributions of new. Legislators really kind of empowered them encourage them now. This is of course not a experience across the board but it was noteworthy that many e and really kind of you know coming into legislative cultures. That was that. Were excited about mentoring..
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"national women" Discussed on Today's Health And Wellness
"You know i i was just preparing for this interview just thinking about women's health in general i was looking at some of the diseases and things that women need to be concerned about and they're very similar to the ones that men would heart disease and cancer and other things like that so i imagine with any disease what i always hear when i do these interviews is go see the doctor regularly and make sure that if there is something wrong it's it's detected early that is correct and another example of that is the one disease process that we worry about in pregnancy that unique to pregnancy is pre eclampsia pretty clancy's interesting disease because we know what the cure is but we don't know what causes it there's lots of theories of which one of them is genetic that it's almost like a half the baby we know his foreign and half the baby belongs to mom so per taps it's some sort of kind of rejection of the foreign dna and the baby again that's just a theory but the whole basis of prenatal care in the united states and in most developed countries is the screening and managed evaluation of pre eclampsia and you know as you anybody that's been pregnant knows you know about the nine visit pathway usually about nine visits for routine pregnancy but they're backloaded so most of those occur you know you're seeing them every month until about twenty eight weeks and then every two weeks till about thirty six weeks and every week and naturally to manage pre eclampsia and pre eclampsia has been shown to be a risk factor for heart disease in the future so it's also good that if a woman has had a pregnancy that's been affected with pre eclampsia that they let their primary care physician know that so they can be screened and seeing regularly to make sure that hypertension or heart disease or cholesterol any other issues actually develop later in life so it's kind of like a stress test for heart disease.
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"And one of the facts are the baby is neonatal abstinence syndrome and but the risk of that is about one to two percent and itself limited and goes away and doesn't cause any long term problems on the baby but if we withhold antidepression meds and a woman who's really depressed i mean you can imagine what can possibly happen to that woman during pregnancy or after pregnancy and by consequence the baby as well so that's just kind of an example of some of the challenges that we have now in perinatal medicine and what are some of the other health issues or concerns you would have for an expectant mother i mean the other thing too is always been weight gain weight loss i mean we don't obviously ever had vacate losing weight in pregnancy but the bottom line is that women need to stay healthy and obesity is an epidemic in the united states something that we see every day in ohio as well and women need to stay fit and women that thinking about getting pregnant should take that opportunity to get down to a reasonable weight exercise and start an exercise program and continue that exercise program when they're pregnant too often times they get some pressure from family members and such that they're not eating enough and they overeat and obviously that that also causes problems with the pregnancy and with the baby as well so i think that good preconception care talking to your doctor when you're considering pregnancy is the opportunity to really kind of get to the bottom of all those issues i mean let's face it young woman don't go to the doctor they don't need to go to the doctor they're generally.
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"Today's sales leaders face a difficult task selling the right products at the right time through the right channels a new three day program from harvard business school executive education addresses this problem directly join us on the boston campus in august for managing sales teams and distribution channels where you will discover strategies that can lead to the best sales performance learn more by clicking the banner or visiting h b s dot me slash sales that's h b s dot me slash sales we're talking today with dr michael caca vick from the issue wexner medical center this is women's health week and dr kaku vic thanks for joining us and what what are some of the issues that you would like for women to think about this week hey good morning i guess the biggest thing i think you can put women's issues into two categories pregnancy and and non pregnancy or joann i think that as far as pregnancy goes one of the issues that's facing us right now is that a lot of women possibly aren't getting the care they need because there's too much emphasis on the fetus the care of the fetus and one of the thing i tell my students and residents that i work with is the most common cause of fetal death has maternal death and i know that sounds like a dramatic explanation but it's true i mean we have to take care of our moms we have to keep our moms healthy so you can't withhold treatment base the fact that she's pregnant you have to actually treat her as if she weren't pregnant and deal with you know if there is a consequence service to the baby the benefit to the mom outweighs their risk so i think that's something that's kind of coming full circle now in our discipline about not forgetting that the mom is the most important part of this quesion because if we don't keep her healthy the baby's going to suffer as well and you know the example this is with depression there's been some reports in the last couple of years about withholding antidepression mets to mom because they may have some affect on the baby.
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"Slavery that is tolerated in the country the country's premised a natural rights the we're endowed by our creator with a net with natural rights to life liberty and the pursuit of happiness but those coming nature of those are innate so either blacks have natural rights or they don't have natural life if they do have natural rights you can't tolerate slavery is an intolerable evil if they don't have natural rights than they could never attained to american citizenship which is premised on natural rights you can't gain something which has natural same thing with a abortion either human life is sacred from the beginning either humans have dignity from the beginning or they dumped and if they don't have dignity from the beginning them when you get it on and maybe ran twenty seven or something twenty nine had we defer only smart people have dignity only retorted babies they don't have dignity oh if they're they're missing a couple of limbs they don't have dignity don't get dignity oh when you're sleeping you lose your dignity it it doesn't make sense they other have the right so they they there there have human dignity or they don't have the rights to liberty or they don't and uh so by throwing that i believe i think i think you'd end up with and a logically and necessary conclusion from ronald michael i have a dating western bring it on baby i am subscribed to catholic match where just a side note i have been dating sweet little or lease a since before these apps were necessary so i did miss this whole area but now there are matches for everything or their catholic jewish gay strayed polygamists i think so at school i'm glad gavin match sounds like a good one is for as they go where we can compare our temperaments with those of other subscribers shut look for someone with a similar temperament to mine or should i look for someone with an opposing temperament who can balance out my negative traits thanks i think you should look for someone who has a similar outlook and different temperament who sees the world with similar premises but has a different temperament and it's because men and women are not supposed to be the same men and women are the same they're not identical there that's why there are men and there are women if they were the same.
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"This barbaric practice many thanks and god bless you steve yet this there is a wilful ignorance i think on the left his who want to square that circle i do think there's a wilful ignorance i do understand how someone could honestly support abortion and not think that it's murder and the way that they could do that is by saying it's not murder no woman needs autonomy of her body a woman is unfair that women have this particular issue and men don't have that and that's unfair and so it's not murder what are you sure it's not sure how is it looks like murder no no it's not more than it is a wilful ignorance it's like in the giver by lowest lowery and there's this scene in the movie to him in the book where they're talking at the the people these automatic bronze in this utopian society without any history they are they kill babies they kill what they consider to be defective babies and you see i remember in the movie you see the the person looks they all my how the killing those babies and they say they don't know they're doing them they don't realize they're killing babies they're just doing it um so that's how they that's how they don't square that circle eyes for murder charges for abortionists it yeah if it were against the law if there were constitutional amendment defining the beginning of life uh or acknowledging the beginning of life for a law or something you would not only would i support murder charges for those people brit breaking the law and committing murder according to the law everyone would have to support that right you're basically the law is defining this as it as murderer as morally similar to murder so you would be if that is how the laws defining you would have to support law enforcement and the the reason that it's important to bring this up is this is like the dread scott decision this is why the abortion issue is a lot like the slavery issue the central premise for the american nation is natural rights so the dread scott decision is is actually great decision it's the wrong decision but it throws the issued a stark relief which is free to blacks can't become american citizens if if there is.
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"A neat so there's every person with any money who cares about their health in the uk also has private health insurance and in cuba they just pay doctors on the side all serious healthcare in cuba is taking care of on the black market people pay for it because that's that's the way to get the best care at the lowest price it a socialist medicine uh in a way that is unacceptable intolerable a bridges are liberty it also makes the cost of healthcare increase dramatically it also makes the quality of care decreased dramatically doesn't promote my general welfare i don't think next question from andy hay michael on a college sophomore in one of the classes i'm taking is basically a crash course on postmodernism spray all the classes you're taking for example last week our classes were about the myth of meritocracy and white male privilege these people genuinely hate and looked down on the idea of individualism and being able to improve the circumstances in your life threerun effort they really believe that we live in a society that only benefits rich white straight and christian males i probably missed some how do i pushback on these ideas it seems like a very dangerous ideology to buy into because they're obsessed with their own perceive paradigm amix also are there any bookstore to cools that you would recommend for me yeah absolutely it is a horrible ideology ideology in general isn't something that we should look toward that we should embrace but this is a particularly rough one we are the only society we in the west that hates itself especially america we hate ourselves and our history and uh you know on history we are also the most frequently wrong and least often in doubt uh you don't see china hate itself you don't see japan hate itself you don't see uh eat a lot of countries and a lot of places around the world hate themselves and and yet in the west we judge ourselves we are judged by our worst moments in whereas other societies were told we have to judge them by their best moments so they always say in the way they said well you know there was the spanish inquisition in the west there were the crusade.
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"Outline for his by the framers it is quote to form a more perfect union establish justice ensure domestic tranquility provide for the common defence promote the general welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity so i know what you're thinking you say well uh getting free healthcare that would be that would benefit my general welfare the deadly june benefit my welfare that's right but the trouble is healthcare never get so expensive as when it's free so there have been many experiments in socialist healthcare throughout the world and it creates a lot of dissatisfaction we have the best healthcare system in the world in this country when all the rich people in the world want to get good healthcare they don't do it in their terrible countries they come to the united states for it because we have the best the end because we are innovators all of the other countries actually benefit from our innovation the trouble with socialized medicine to is that it dramatically decreases liberty in this country we have a second amendment to protect your life and liberty in pursuit of happiness from a tranquil government the our government actually tells you you get to keep a gun is so that you can shoot us if we start to take oil if we start to take away your guns uh socialist healthcare put your life in the hands of the government your your fairy healthcare your medicine near doctor visits your surgery is in the hands of the government that is a lot of power that not even a gun can protect against this is why am all of countries with socialist healthcare they there are a long long waits to get surgery and people die on waiting lists i went into cuba last june and i got to talk to some people in cuba and that one of the point that me and that's the big famous national hospital cubatao it's at socialist healthcare system says look everybody has access to this and they send their doctors abroad and everything were 100 percent of coverage in in cuba so okay so anybody can walk in and my pal in cuba turned to me said yeah yeah anybody can walk in there won't be any medicine but anybody can walk in and you have to bring your on toilet paper and you're on food and you sometimes euro needles and.
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"All right john wall and i will show you that i will and so it's going well people are really excited about him uh they'll vote for him again and and really were only one year into this and people are already excited about the fact of what he's done give us three more years and he'll have so many people that are excited about him that i don't have any worries we'll do the exact same thing and what i'll do is sort of b scoreboard scoreboard oh yeah remember that oh yeah that was that i would you remember at yeah we did that you know i will say i was so pleased looking at the root of returns from texas juby primaries from both primaries democrat and republican they told us republicans weren't gonna turn out it was going to be a low donna big blue wave what happened record high gop turnout now democrats turned out to my at a much lower rate so we're still should be a little careful we gotta make sure republicans vote but it was really excellent it there's still a conservative exuberance and i've have last question before i have to let you go ten when are you going to run for office you'll be very good at it you have everything in tixx well i appreciate that thank you very much on not politically correct and i don't ever want to be because i agree with president trump you know there's a lot of a lot of went people in offices that just don't like they don't they're not strong i lake strength i have that same strength but i don't ever see me doing this on loving what i'm doing and i'm really excited about my new business the us china exchange group really excited to help push president trump's agenda but from the outside and w what over what of the usrun exchange group of what is working on right now right now we're trying to get agribusinesses to sign up to go on a mission trip and were taken ten companies us companies that want to grow and improve their trade relationships with china were taken him over to china and we're going to introduce them to their counterparts over there and help to be the project managers for making uh getting through the red tape.
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"The media will put him on let 'em implode themselves and now all boy now they're spiraling out of control because why the media built them right email this reminds me of an andrew slaven quote about donald trump which is he who donald trump would destroy he first makes mad any does even they do seem to all just blow up and spiral down and on the hard work you know this especially leading efforts in iowa if anybody's worked on any political campaign before i've worked on a lot at all different levels even if you're working on a dog catcher campaign in his exhausting grueling thankless work and to to watch donald trump at the highest level and with unprecedented in modern history unprecedented opposition do it with a grin at do with that kind of trumpian smirk and seemed to have an inexhaustible source of energy it really makes you question all of these news reports on cnn that he isn't in good health 30s over a rambler i senile or whatever non sense that they also said about ronald reagan right it's so true let me tell you what our when we were towards the end and i knew i mean i knew he was going to win this when it became the candidate uh and we went to the convention i was like oh my god like that the rnc convention was unbelievable his family was so amazing he was so amazing and then when i knew like oh my gosh this is this is in the bag um we were wrap it up like iowa and we had maybe three rallies in one day all across the state so we were flying in in trump force1 and we are stronger you i mean i i know alls i had to do was get people there get volunteers their hype up the crowd and hand the mic over to the star and he wild everybody right so my energy was on a ten his was on a twelve i only had to do you know maybe five minutes where he had to do an hour we get on the plane all i wanted was that damn big mac that he was put in front of me and you know what everybody gives them a hard time about the big mac unlike you're so hungry.
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"Stayed in touch with them i know how smart he is i know what an execute or is he is i knew everything that i needed to know to say hey do i want to put my professional speaking career on hold and my business coaching career on hold omi were little radio show on hold to go make history with the president of the united states duh of course i do and that i knew if i could get them the win in iowa will first off he told me i have to win iowa or i will not be the next president and i knew if i got him the win here i'd have a trump card forever and on in item while meant yeah that you know this it is a huge accomplishment i away is the state you got gotta win iowa and uh what i really like about your story is that you've known this guy for a long time because it seems to me there's this extremely tedious debate a started by trump's critics on the right really over whether donald trump is a complete nincompoop he's a total doled as the never trumpers crowd disingenuously mox he he's playing four dhs those are the two options the quiz critics on the right they says other adult or he is playing twelve deed dimensional chess i for one don't think it's either and i am a trump supporter and i don't know any trump supporter who thinks he's playing 12 digest i just think he's quite good at the media and i suspect that the guy who has remained relevant for forty years and succeeded at the highest levels of four extremely competitive industries might be smarter than your average club yoon have known for a long time how would you describe the man personally he he's actually the smartest man that i know and my husband follows right underneath that at my husband's a scientist graduated magna cum laude a at florida state east meteorologist brilliant so when i say he's trump is the smartest man i know i i'm that's not throwing that around lightly he is three steps ahead of everyone uh he he predicts what's coming like all these i was on tv.
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"Happy national women for trump day we are going to be joined by a wonderful national woman for trump tanna gertz ten as a businesswoman television store the apprentice and senior advisor and spokesman for the trump 2016 and 2020 campaigns tanna led president trump's campaign efforts in iowa which he won despite the state going twice in a row for barack obama we will discuss the campaign staff shakeups and republican chances in the next election then my favorite international women and finally the mail bag michael knows and this is the michael noshow so much to get to today before i offend every every person in the audience we probably thank our sponsor our sponsor skill sheer skill share is wonderful they help us keep the lights on in this place and it's the perfect tool for 2018 for the modern timing for modern people the michael show is brought to you by skill share which is an online learning platform with over eighteen thousand classes in design business technology and more you can take classes in graphic design social media marketing illustration mobile photography you name it they've got it they've been it's not just i mean i know you think of those those are kind of the main in the industry ones but you you there also classes on time management their classes on hypnosis i think there's a lot of glasses reminds us emily interested in this thing not to help my career but just because it seems interesting to me but of course it's twenty 18 and you are no longer going to work at the mill and for do that for forty years and and get a pension that's not how the economy works anymore you need a lot.
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"With a national women's march group the women's march when thousands of women traveled to washington dc the day after donald trump's inauguration was yeah that's right their website is calling for students skull staff pairin's anyone rarely to take part in what they're calling a national school walkout that's going to be for seventeen minutes one for every life lost in florida shooting and that's going to happen on the fourteen th of march the portland students say they want to protest congress as an action to do more than just tweet thoughts and prayers in response to gun violence sure but there's been some response from schools run through supposed students walking out as of yet in texas the head of one school district in particular i said he's going to suspend any students engage in any of these protests many are saying this is unfair violates their rights and they should be allowed to walk out if they want some texas lawyers have actually already went on social media and said that they will offer their services for free the any students who do get threatened with punishment talk about this bring a turning point in the recent history of deng vaunts in america will evidence of uc berkeley well a lot of people saying this time feels different to other shootings the students are coming together across the country to sort of create this national movement of teenagers one florida survive i called alex wind sad to me the students in santa they were too young to stand up and speak out but believe me we are going to be the change these students sent be saying enough is enough the sick of the same arguments the same conversations they've heard time and time before we vote in the listening session with president trump one of the students mentioned sandy hook now that was an elementary school shooting in the us connecticut where twenty children and six adults who shot dead in 2012 bbc trending went back to sambi hook loss here to hear from people who insist the sandy hook massacre never happened false room has begun circular online the attacks were staged using actors although they have no place in truth hundreds of youtube videos blogs and tweets repeated the conspiracy theories and we've seen that happen with some regularity and it seems to have happened again hit kelley yet one of the students.