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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:29 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Guy works hard. Vance McAllister puts in time for each show, and he generally does a pretty good job. And by the way, we might have two or three inches of measurable snow On Saturday night into Sunday, Frank Marcelo will be covering that for you as much as he can, along with Steve Raleigh. So it don't get no better than that. Let's you and I get after it. Just heard a mentor Nicole Frederick, who has worked for years with Children at risk, and CPS. And insanity is doing the same thing anticipating different results. Can anyone seriously maintain At the half a billion dollars we spend on public school systems and Cincinnati payoff. But it actually his money well spent. We have to keep doing more of it. Over 19 is has made a parent the fraud that is public education. The city Cincinnati. It is a fraud. If you would take wanted Hills High School out of the mix is about 2400 kids that wanted hills. There's about 33,000, not at one and hills and grade school, middle school and high school. The depth of the problem is incredible. We have Jack Crumley is coming in. Jack. What is the latest, if any Hi. How, you know, Thank you. One of the passing word on. We're seeing some reports out of West Chester right now. Karen Johnson of Channel five is reporting right now about the bomb squad is on scene, reportedly over a report of a bomb threat at AstraZeneca in West Chester. There's a Walgreens nearby that apparently that's been evacuated and also some Nearby businesses, all in that area right around Union Center Boulevard and 7 47. There's crews responding right now against the threat of some kind of bomb at the AstraZeneca this nearby It's got a lot of the businesses in the area that are being evacuated and cleared out as the police are on the scene. There's there's a Esther price in the area. Quite a few evacuations going on right now in West Chester, as police respond again to reports of some kind of bomb threat at AstraZeneca. We will pursue that with your permission. I'm a call a couple of people on sight. You will have my full permission, including my good friend George Lang, who lives there, But as you know, he said, the state Senate now, but he lives in Westchester. He knows everything. He was a trustee there for, like, 14 years. He sounds like exactly the sort of person we need to check in with. I'm gonna call him with your permission. Thank you very much. But I'll do it off the air because I don't know if he's there and I know if you want to talk, obviously. Karen Johnson. All right, We're going to find more about that. But if you're in that area for Warren is forearmed. AstraZeneca, of course, is one of the so called English companies that, he said measured success. Not a lot. Some of the English think the vaccines that doesn't work as well as Fizer. It's always Madonna J. J came out this morning with the results that indicate About 66% effectiveness for one shot, as opposed to 92 95% with two for for the other two, So we'll see how this develops. But during the next break, I'll call George Lang, who controls Westchester with an iron grip, and also Karen Johnson to see if they can come on a little bit after one o'clock to see what's going on, exactly. Let me say this. You and I know is functioning adults. I have more functioning adults. So listen to me than any radio talk show in the tri state. If you take time to listen to this sacred signal, and we've done it for many years, you're functioning by that. I mean, you take care of your own business. You take care of your own expenses. You have a family formation. Whatever that family. Maybe you're involved in a family. You're connected to your mom. Your dad, Your brothers, Your sisters, your Children, your grandchildren. You pay taxes and try to play by the rules. The entire success of one human life. Putting faith for the moment to the side. Depends on one's educational experience. If one gets to the age of 15, 16 and 17, and you're flunking out of school. You can't read anywhere close to the great level. You can't read books that are the ladders that get you out of the hole in which you find yourself. The odds of you having a less than successful life for probably about 99% every now and then someone without a high school education who can't read actually succeeds in life. It's possible. I've known many because they get into the trades. Nobody is, Ah, Maura, advocate and greater greater understanding what's happening the trades than Scott Sloan. You don't need a college degree in astrophysics to become many a trade occupation, which by proper training after a year or two is complicated, but nonetheless, you can learn it. The great majority of people have got to have a fundamental understanding of how to read how to think, cogently. How to think objectively to know where we are, where we came from where we're going to have a little bit of math, a little bit of social studies. Little bit of English literature. Little bit of American history, little bit of social studies little bit of economics, little bit of political science. You have to kind of know a little bit about what's going on your life. If you're raised by the street. When you're raised by social media and YouTube videos. The odds of you. Making it in life by your own definition is slight to none. And the fraud of public education and CPS has been for years that the more money is spent. The better results we're going to get when just the inverse is occurred. More money's being spent now. Than any time in American history. CPS with absolutely the worst results imaginable, because the worst generation of parents that ever existed exists right now and secondly, Instead of demanding excellence, academic performance excuses or given and manufactured when failures proliferate. Over 19 will be used as an excuse for the failure of urban public education for the next 5 to 10 years. And I guarantee you there'll be a school levy coming up quite soon, in which the excuse for the relative lack of performance and attendants will be covert 19 and Trump. Trump will be used for a generation, much as the Democrats used Hoover for a generation, and Obama used Bush 43 for a generation, and now it's happening again. Trump was in office for 48 months and others 48 months. 47 of those months were damn good. The last month is another issue, but I'll take that kind of president over Joe Biden anytime. So he just had a mentor on the cold, Frightened to explain what's happening, which is thousands don't even bother to turn on their computer. The other several 1000 received no education whatsoever. Parents or not configured to become teachers of academic subjects there the critical element in the first five or six years of a child's life, But after that the streets are raising the Children. In greater Cincinnati. And so the school board whether it's Ryan Messer Broschi or Melanie Bates, who I had on yesterday. Need to take a leadership role and say, How is it possible that 150,000 students and their spices of Cincinnati are performing and performing quite well and we can't get a school open? How is that possible? Chicago? Push come to shove. Lori Lightfoot, who's the liberal left wing mayor of the city of Chicago, is saying the schools must open on Monday, and she's more in charge here than Cranley would be in Cincinnati and the school union said We're not showing up. We're not working. I would refer to Ronald Reagan and Patco fire them all discharge them all. There's no education anyway. Quit paying him. I guarantee you that the teachers in Cincinnati public schools were not paid if they didn't show up to work, most would show up for work. Because they're paid for not working. You incentivize wrong behavior. You get more of it. You give pain for good behavior. You get less of it in Cincinnati. Paid whether they work or not, So as a consequence, many prefer not to work. And lastly, for those of us Who frequent restaurants, supermarkets and other establishments. The workers at Kroger. And best buy. The workers in the trades. The electrician's the plumbers, the dry Wallers. I talked to Johnny Craft to craft electric. There is busy as they can be. You talk to other individuals, a car dealerships like Joseph Chevrolet. They can't be busier..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:43 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bye, Billy. Coming into Great America. Welcome this Friday afternoon in the tri state. We made it through the weekend, one peso and were alive when the weather seems to have similar going on a little bit better over the weekend, but not much. Yesterday. Melanie Bates has been on the scoreboard in Cincinnati about 20 years came on to talk about her perspective of what should happen, which is which is great to have her on. Mike Marassi also comes on with slowly now and then. And I'm reading in the U. S. A Today addition this morning online that Chicago public school teachers dominated by the union refused to report to work on Monday, having been ordered to do so by the Chicago Board of Education and also indirectly by the mayor Lori Lightfoot. Here in Cincinnati, largely since the end of August. There should have been no learning hybrid learning, and that's about it. And Cincinnati and last night I'm watching this story on Channel Channel nine were nine stands for news. 11 in 11 in school board. I watched the superintendent speak. They've been fighting this thing since the third week in August, and generally they're 95% in person learning. If something occurs, they reacted with the teachers are on board. Many of the schools there are using the gymnasium as a makeshift cafeteria. The screens air up, everyone is masked. Their stations where you wash your hands in between classes. You wash your hands. They're on it and their education is proceeding and all the Catholics goes the programs, schools and northern Kentucky Greater Cincinnati. Largely, they've been in person since the end of August. In fact, many didn't go out last March. Simply got after it. Whatever the obstacles were, they overcame them. That is not the case and urban public education, whether it's Columbus or Cleveland or Toledo or Dayton or whether it's Philadelphia or Chicago. The teachers unions dominate. They get to school board members elected by donating shoe leather and money, volunteerism to get him elected. And once they get elected there in the pockets of the union. And it's upsetting when I see Ah, lot of people fighting toe work, whether you're on an oil rig or you're you're a garbage man. You work behind the counter somewhere or you're in the restaurant, business fighting toe work. Men and women are selling pharmaceuticals. People are act actively trying to actually get out of the butcher's the bakers that Candlestick makers all want to work. There's a part of our society that does not want to work and they use is a shield as a mass, the safety of the Children. As a reason not to go to work among those of the teachers joining you and I now is cold Frederick, who is a volunteer plus and a mentor and CPS and Nicole Frederick, Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you, Bill? I'm doing well, a little bit angry about what's happening in Cincinnati because CPS students are always falling behind by any objective measurement, And this is an excuse in the future. To hear more arguments as to why Achievement cannot occur. So for those who are not paying much attention to the 35,000 students and CPS, can you kind of walk us through since the middle of March of the first of April of last year? And all the way through today Friday afternoon to talk about what is the status of education at CPS. Well, just like you touched on. You know any time you have a large school district, urban they inherently have obstacles anyway, so the education gap is already kind of Established anyway. So when we started this passed down in March, and we reacted with the information that we had in March. Everyone was super super cautious because that's all we knew as it evolved. And as we learned more and things that we found out about how this spread and our Children vulnerable are the older people want more stuff change. We found out that Children in schools is not the spread of this virus. In fact, many organizations from your CDC to the American Academy of Pediatrics even doctor fast approaching this past week, has said that schools are steaks. Why are they safe? Because the protocols are in place, and it's up to that individual teacher to make sure that her classroom or his classroom is safe. It's not that difficult. You wear your math. You can stay 3 ft. Apart from one another, you wipe down your surfaces. You stay home. If you're not feeling well, it is a safe environment cause the teachers can make it safe. And for whatever reason, Well, which we all know why Um, since a public has has put the labels of a fear based of it's a death trap to send these Children's active school. No, it's not Look around you CPS. Rules all around. You have effectively mitigated this virus. Um, since August, and they've been in school five days or they will be in school for with one day blended learning or online learning. Toe white down the school and different things like that, which is fine. But to keep the students out, their education is suffering. Humongous. I mean, it's it's awful. And at this point, especially if you have a special needs child or someone that really lives in a horrible circumstance that the last year is a time that's non recoverable, and I talk about Many of the studies indicate that by the time a child is five years old The first five years of a child's life are critical to the learning process to turn the light switches on in each room is you go through your life because their foundation is there, and those first five years are critical. They have all the rooms of your life filled maybe the light switches and on but there's wiring in the wall. You kind of know how to read. You kind of know how to catch. You know how to behave, You know, acceptable behavior. And and I, as I understand it. The worst gold district in the tri state by any objective measurement academically is Cincinnati public schools and among the most expensive or Cincinnati public schools. And so the teachers are saying at this point for a long time, we're not going to report to work. And then on Monday, coming up on Monday, is there unlike Chicago, is there. Is there a feeling the teachers rock actually show up for work on Monday? This is my opinion from from the teachers that I be, too. And the tools that I work with people already. People are ready to come back now. You're always gonna have your teachers that loved to phone it in. They like being able to wake up. Put on a little Maschera. Throw on the zoom call from their PJs at desk and then send the document up. Say, hey, students, So look at this document, and I'll check in with you tomorrow and then they go back and they're doing Whatever it is that they're your off their offer getting paid not to work. There are off. But then you've got other teachers who are really trying to make this work because they genuinely care about their students, and they recognize that we're doing our society a great Injustice if we don't educate our students because an educated society is a successful society, and like you said, we are missing out on a whole year that we can't get back. I mean these students whether they're little, especially up into the high school, they need structure and like these high school kids You're telling me That 15 and 16 year old with no structure at home. You know we were treating him like college kids They're not logging on. They're probably,.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"No question about that. But 92 murders 500 people shot Ah, there aren't a lot of traffic tickets being written. When I talked to my friends in the courthouse, There's no trials being conducted. Everything stopped until sometime in March. Witnesses aren't showing up. The grand jury is proceeding just barely. The federal court system is largely shut down. So even if you arrest somebody, they're going to get out immediately. And if they get out time is waived because of covert 19, which means it can't be a trial. It just looks to me like all hell's breaking loose. Well, really, That's probably good for your business. When hell is breaking loose people turn into the big point. No question. I will. Good luck to you, Sergeant Dan Hills. We'll see what happens. But with your permission, I'm gonna quiz the mayor. And then he's got to get ahold of Health Department is the white cops or ignored when it comes to shots, because whether it's Butler County or Kenton County or Harmony County or Switzerland, County cops aren't getting the shots and there's no there's no anger and the cops themselves aren't saying, Hey, wait a minute, Sergeant Dan, you got to give me the shot. And they just accept the inevitable, But we got really. I think there's a phenomenon there counselor kind of getting a little used to be indeed, non by the public, So maybe that's one of the things that's happened yet. But please quiz They're currently he's an elected official. And that Z job is the answer to us the public Well, I will tell him the cops are very can I tell him on your behalf? The cops demand action. Man action. Yes, sir. It sounds like a good way to go. Sergeant Dan Hills. Thank you very much. You see that? Let's continue with more later on with scheduled the mayor. Let's see what occurs. I'm gonna ask him that question. I was when I When I heard Sheriff Jones the other day talk about the hiss CEOs and deputy sheriff dealing with individuals. And then I asked the mayor, I asked the governor of the question. How come Cops or not prioritized was about 65,000 cops of one type or another and the state of Ohio. And the answer is well. There's not much of a death rate among those officers and therefore I have a very limited supply unlimited demand. I have to target it. But he said, he's essentially we give the shots to the counties or to the health department and they can do what they want. The only way a cop gets a shot is that at the end of the day, someone says, Hey, we got two doses left us look around anybody else and then you call the police department. They come in. Is that the way things should be I don't know, but it's the way things are. So let's continue with more of a line becomes available. 513749 £7000.700 new 18 T also lay down his Melanie Bates from the school board to talk about what's happening. The city of Cincinnati. Things getting better things getting worse. Why don't teachers go back to work? I want to go back to work in the city, one of the suburbs and in Catholic schools. It's been that way since September and in March when all hell broke loose about Almost a year ago, most of the Catholic parochial school stayed in business and found a way to get through it. And the public schools in Cincinnati did not. And why is that? And Cincinnati look a little bit too. You like the city of Chicago, which is a disaster. Those continue with more of the great American. Your comments of any 513749 7000. Plus tomorrow we've scheduled on Nicole Frederick Was an advocate for the students in the city, Cincinnati as to what's happening there, and more bill cutting him the great American lives at your home of the Reds, Hopefully, playing baseball beginning of April 1st on NewsRadio, 700 wlw. It's how we express our thoughts now. Concerns and our feelings. Talkie.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Roger Bacon, Mueller LaSalle. Alter. All of these schools are functioning. They're in business without incident. What is different between elder And west high, other than the obvious elder is functioning there in classes West Tai is out. There's no education happening. Do not believe that remote learning has anything anything to do with learning. There is no education going on. Nor has there been any for about a year and most urban schools, causing those kids to fall farther and farther and farther. And father behind. So now the crime will become more money must be spent. We got to spend more money that confiscatory real estate taxes in the city, Cincinnati or sufficiently high. And the teachers don't want to teach. The parents want to be in school. You heard Nicole Frederick about an hour and a half ago. If there was a vote taken among the actual teachers, they would say We want to be in school. That's where we're the safest. The most dangerous place for kids to be is out of school, according to the CDC, and all scientists. From Barrington. Who, uh Anthony Fauci did the World Health Organization American Medical Association. Whatever it is, the safest place to be is in school, but Cincinnati absolutely refuses. Refuses in the school board. The seven members must go along with him. It is ridiculous. It is absurd. So gleaning from today's message is that in Kentucky and Michigan, controlled by leftist they want to shut down today, Governor a. Gavin Newsom. Of California said, Shut it all down. He's prepared real soon, maybe tomorrow or Saturday Sunday to shut down the state of California as Florida and Texas. Continue to proliferate business and living their lives. Well, the 1% of the American people is three point 3,000,001 10th of 1% of the American people is 330,000. That's 1/10. Of 1% is threatened 30,000 Right now. The deaths in America about 260,000 well under 1%, and of the 1% up to 70% are a nursing homes, long care facilities or elderly? That does not mean those folks should die. It means that it is something targeted to a particular population. The rate of death among those under the age of 18 covert 19. Is 1/6 of the regular seasonal flu 1/6 of the flu. So by shutting down schools you're acknowledging That somehow covert, which is 1/6, the death rate fatality rate of seasonal flu for that group of Americans is somehow trumping science and trumping medicine. It is absurd. It is ridiculous to crash the American economy well, especially when Vaccine, either from Madonna or from Fizer is on the horizon. I saw a graphic a Chiron on Fox News. But by February 1st 100 million Americans will be vaccinated by February, 1st, which is what about seven weeks from now? He's going to proliferate and the problem by March in April, it's going to be non existent as it is flourishing as it is strong, well under 1/10 of 1%. Of Americans have died of this particular virus under 1/10 of 1% and the great majority of those or a nursing homes. If you're the one affected every now and then is an outlier. Some healthy 30 year old catching it and dying. That's an outlier. We should deal upon facts, law and evidence and upon science, not upon hyperbole and fears. CPS traffics in fear. And then blaming others for their own inadequacies and their own mistakes. Don't get it. I don't understand it. I never will. And we're crashing the American economy for no obvious reason. Control of the population is the central tenant of leftist policies. When control has exercised through social programs, checks in the mail or hysterical health guidelines, Big government regulations, liberty and freedom are ignored. And it is consolidating now that Joe Biden has won the election. Joe Biden has won the election and allegedly, is the president elect. And I would note that That a tweet of Senator Rand Paul has been flagged. As baseless because he ran. Paul claims that there was some votes that were counted fraudulently. In the last election, Twitter has flagged that Has no fraud. And the last election you've got to be kidding me. You've got to be kidding me. And so if that philosophy, which is exhibited by the governor Wittmer and Michigan and Bashir in Kentucky And also California and Prince, sir and Ellen Oy is employed across the country. My God, Are we in trouble? Because right now there's a bite for cation between the haves and the have nots. They have nots or small business owners. Have nots are entrepreneurs, the halves of those who invest in the stock market and the leftist we're going to control the Biden administration. They went diversity. Finding it is race. I think diversity is also where you come from and how you think. You think someone like Clarence Thomas would be described as diverse? I don't think so. You gotta be. You know the right color with the right political viewpoint. Say, short break. In fact, we have full lines, of course. And on the other side, we may go to the fastbreak and 513749 £7000.700. The new 18 t. The takeaway is there'll be more tomorrow, but there's no southwestern. How counties Have turned purple, which is public emergency on all of the Southwestern counties remain Level three, which is very high exposure. We kind of know what to do to avoid it. We know what groups of Americans are attacked by it. Let's react with coach and intellect and planning and using science is our guide post, not fear. Andy Bashir is trafficking in fear. Not to allow the students. A cup of CAF High school are Covington, Latin. Newport, Central Catholic to go to high school or Middle middle school when they're not at risk is despicable, and I'm very happy to help either Daniel Cameron. Or Rob Sanders to run in 2 Ft. Of philosophy of government that says, we know best sit down and shut up. Let's continue. You want to call in 513749 7000 would take a short break. Then your calls next term of the Reds and the Bangles and across town shootout news radio 700 wlw. The following is a test of your comprehensive ability. Please pay attention.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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05:34 min | 1 year ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Said. Hey, if you would like to be a substitute teacher and come in and man These rooms and you're you're willing to do it. Hey, apply it. Cincinnati Public way loved it. We'd love to have you Well, I've seen it. And so the quality of education is not existent. The teachers are all pissed off. I imagine extracurricular activities have been spiked or have been ruined, but the cost of education continues to skyrocket. What's the solution? Laura Mitchell. What's the What Advice? No Cold. Frederick. What advice would you give the superintendent? What should she do? I would say, pause for a second. Breathe. Just breathe. I understand. She's getting pulled in a million different directions. She trying to steer this bus, you know, kind of kind of She's got people chirping in one ear, and she people tripping in the other ear. And so she's gotta take some. Some guidelines from the CDC who's now double down that schools are a safe place for these kids to be, and she needs to, you know, provide her teachers with the protection that they need, whether its mass and shield Maybe it's the hand sanitizer and put in these protocols because, like I said, I'm teaching at a school. We've had virtually no cases. Our kids are fine, and I even teach the little little right where they are in each other's space. They're not doing 6 ft apart, and we let him take their masks off at recess. Issues, and none of our teachers have gotten it. So I, you know, I just think she needs to just calm down. Follow the CDC and say you know what? Let's go as as cautious as we can, because you can't tell me these so called Scare. Teachers aren't going to target that. They're not going to program that they're not going to these other places I would advocate to say your classroom teacher because you're in control of it. Probably the state this place you can be and the kids are not spreading it. Okay, But you know Nicole Frederick Science matters and were told by the American Medical Association, the American Pediatric Association were told by the World Health Organization. We're told by the C D. C. We're told by Dr Anthony Fauci, the safest place for a kid to be's in school. But you have so many skittish parents and unconcerned superintendents that let's face it. The safest place to be is not at home running around the streets, because that's where you're unsafe. You're safe is that they can high school or use high school. That's where you need to be. Well, I know I know you got to get running, but no cold. Frederick Thank you for giving us your perspective. You're saying the school district is in a meltdown at this point? They are and they're just not listening to science right now. And they need to get these kids back in school and kicking the can down the road is not is not beneficial Both Forman educational standpoint, which I've said it before. This educational gap is on Lee Gonna Why it Xena. It's like the Titanic, but he had turned it on a dime. We're going to see repercussions of this for years to come. And they need to be with it was their teacher to care about them, who wants them in before and in the classroom? Where? There where their heist and they're gonna learn. I mean, that's just the end of it. The Cole Thank you very much for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. We'll do it again. Thank you for this report. Thank you. Nicole. Frederick. Thank you. Listen, let's continue and she brought up a great point there at the end. One of the great things we hear about the academic divide between urban and suburban schools is the fact that the testing indicates that the urban schools air miserably failing by every objective measurement, everyone Most of the suburban schools are operating. Fairly well. The Catholic schools in Ohio are just proceeding with life, some almost 200,000 educated Children in the Catholic school system and in greater Cincinnati. Doing quite well. They're functioning. They're in school. Have you heard any outbreaks at Mueller High School or elder or Hamilton Beeton? It doesn't happen. It's not alter. It doesn't happen. Very it's handled. So what is so different about the educational experiences if you talk about LaSalle say Next mauler Alter shaman. Odd Mount Notre Dame arse align. What? What's the difference? The difference is certain groups are committed to a child's education to make it work and other individuals in urban areas are not committed. Then they complain how holler and shout about the differentials that their behavior is cost. And so what is different about a girl who lives in Western hills or a boy in Western hills that goes to elder or tries to go toe West? I right across the street. The elder kid is functioning going to school. The West I kid completely dysfunctional. Needing education is the ladder out of the hole in which here she finds themselves. Are not permitted. You go to high school, and now they're talking about January or February. This is is this exposed to divide not between race or class, but by commitment, education and not a commitment to education, looking for a reason not to be in school, as opposed to find a reason to be. Get your reaction next number to call the course's 749 7000 bill cutting him 700 wlw. It will be for versus fears..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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05:56 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American. Let's continue. We never stopped. Simply continue in about an hour, So we're gonna have Tony Bender. Good friend should be here. Which is course Governor Mike DeWine about what's going on. Two o'clock or so will carry that for you live as long as it is interesting and newsworthy. But until then, last night, the school board got together and essentially said nothing and a babbling, incoherent sense. Sounds like a radio talk show host. In which they decided in a week to take up the issue when to start school or not to start school, But they also said last night that athletics can proceed non contact sports Maybe this week and then football whatever next week, but none other emails were out this morning to give us different information. Nicole Frederick, who's a concerned parent and a mentor with Withrow High School, the home of the Tigers. I was online. I think for 4.5 hours it was a virtual meeting. Of course. It was too dangerous for the school board to get together. 6 ft apart. It was too much danger. But Nicole Frederick, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Well this afternoon talk to me about I kind of got in and got out. I couldn't take it anymore. Kind of give us the overview After 4.5 hours of babbling what Score school board family decide to do If anything, it was like it was like a comedy show. It was exhausting. Um, well after 4.5 hours, they would touch on it and they would go back and you know all this other business talk about it. Finally, at the end, it was approaching 11 o'clock at night, and they decided to say that CPS sports could move forward. Okay, So I'm very, very excited the relief and you could just hear the kids just so excited. You know, all across the city that this was happening, but they even then it was very confusing on exactly what they were saying. I believe there was an email that went out this morning to clarify it. Basically they're allowing the CPS athletic teams to do, um, inter district competitions, meaning they could only play schools within the district. This tweak ifyou're a contact sport may clarify noncontact starting play whoever they want your tennis your cross country. Those people your contact like your field hockey football. Those guys Interdistrict this week and interscholastic starting next week, and so at this point is I understand. On Friday night with Rose not going to play a condor taps not gonna play Schroeder. Or are they? That is a district so, yes, they would be allowed to play someone because those air CPS schools this Friday night, then starting next Friday night, which really affect schools like Walnut Hills and Clark because they are in different leagues that Include schools outside of the district. Your Withrow, You're Taft. You're huge. Your Woodward. They all are part of the C. Max. So they play each other anyway. Um, but The other schools would then be able to get back into their competition, your wallet and your Clark so nobody knows. Essentially, you think the E Mail's Today there may be games Friday night likely and maybe more likely games next Friday night. But in the meantime, scholastically, which is academically we're told by every expert in the world that Kenny Garden to the third or fourth grade, are critical in a child's education. As faras reading computing getting into the regiment and the regiment of Educational pursuit of excellence. What is the status of a 1st 2nd 3rd 4th grader at CPS. For the last six months or more. They've been out of school. No money can actually say honestly, not even Tony Bender. That river kind of remote learning works. You can teach a second grader and a dysfunctional environment and CPS. You can't teach that kid how to read because it doesn't work remote. What is the status of remote learning? Would CPS as we speak? That was also a big, muddy water. Last night, they went back and had a lot of discussion. I know that one of the members Messer he actually has younger Children in the system, and he was the first one to voice a big concern about how hard it was for him. And he even said, I have the resources to hire somebody. And he did hire a tutor to help during the day with his young Children, and that tutor quit and said, I can't do this. This is too hard. I can't do it. And so you can imagine someone has the resources to have this extra help. Come in. How the hell are other people in the district getting their young Children to learn how to read? In other words, that is not in all fairness that is not happening. And there's about 6000 kids and CPS in the district who have been disconnected for six months. They're likely to be disconnected for the foreseeable future for a long time, which means there'll be no reading learned, which means the problems caused by the school board here is unbridled. Is there any indication next Monday? That CPS will open it up completely. The answer, of course, is no correct. They have three choices. Open completely or secondly, a little bit in a little bit out, or thirdly, stay remote. You got any gleaning from any of the five school board members? Is it five or seven? I think it's 77. They were all remote, You know, never know who was talking in anyone. Point. Is there a sense? The best That could be his two days in and three days out. They went back and forth, kicking that whole thing around. You're right. There are these different choices, but the president Caroline Jones, She made a point somewhere during their to say..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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06:31 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Andi, I think you know, with Friday night life falling on the 19th anniversary of 9 11, I think Brady took that is, you know being a leader? And just saying, You know what? Let's let's honor. You know the first responders from 9 11. And like I said, I know Brady very well. And I know his family. You know, the Bentleys very well. They're amazing, and you know, I just I don't think any point it became political and I know because, like I said, you know, Brady's mother's one of my best friends and you know Brady was very emotional and upset and hurt. When you know when it was said that he couldn't do it. You know a lot of times, I'd rather ask. I'd rather ask forgiveness than seek permission because experiences told me that you know, you just go ahead and do it and then deal with the consequences rather than Having violated an order. But even if you would have done it without asking permission, he'd still be in the same position. He is today and it's rare when a 16 17 8, general boy or girl. Actually cares about something as patriotic as the country. It's got a has to be bred into him. And because Brady's father is a police officer, he knows what's happening to cops all over the country, whether in Los Angeles, Kenosha whether it's an in many out of Cincinnati with a six night cop that was shot in the head during the riots we had here Not too many people Goto work thinking, Am I going to come home in one piece? But except for the Kevlar helmet, we would've had a murder of a police officer again in Cincinnati, there on entire groups of people who don't think about our country the way you and I think about it. And I'm glad there's people like like Brady Williams and his family who care enough about the country to suffer the consequences of their behaviour by showing support and I would assume the football team. Agrees with Brady and agrees with Jared. I would assume so otherwise they wouldn't come running out behind them if they were carrying some other flag, something political. That's different, but but the American flag with the red and blue line is not Political in his patriotic and not much difference in the American flag anyway, But I'm I'm proud. I live in a country with young people like Brady and Jared and understand their responsibilities as great Americans. And I have no doubts they see in the future. They will live long and successful lives. Yes, theywill Now what? Here's the question for you. Porting in this statement, and I'm reading here. Says here from a Bobby Grice. Who's the Who's the president of the school board? Quote. As the season continues, the only two flags that will come through the little Miami football Tunnel are the flag of United States of America and the Little Miami Spirit flag. The Board of Education supports this decision. District administrations. How would that sit with the faithful? A little Miami No, I think First of all, I think when the only reason I think Brady wanted to, you know, honor the first responders and carry the flag that evening was because it was 9 11. Great point, something that they believe Every week or that they've asked at all it all was because again, they're senior. Their leaders. You know their their father, their first responders, and the young man who carried the American flag lost an uncle in the twin towers. There was a lot of connections for those three boys for what they wanted to dio. This is not something that they're wanting to do every week to have this huge political stance, right? And not in other words, what way left that community So you know, I We've kind of stepped away from all of that. But I will tell you, the Williams Aaron Amazing family and Scott You know, he has done so much. I mean, the fathers have done so much with the youth program. They all have amazing kids. And like I said, this is not something that they wanted to put on the agenda to carry through the panel every week. No, it was a Friday night life as seniors. Honoring 9 11 9 11, not 11 on a Friday night. Does not happen again. For I I would think for seven years and it's unusual. Yes, And I think you know, and that's why I mean, I think there was a lot of hurt, you know, Like I said, there are very, very proud and again. Like I said, you know, Brady's family, you know, we travel with them with the like baseball and you know they're like family to us. So You know, they don't have those those agenda. That's not who they are. But they are very plowed Police family and that is how their kids have been raised. And Brady is very proud of his father. And you know, I'm so proud of him for doing what he did and saying with Jared Now the school board's said he was in subordinate sometimes in life. You need to be in subordinate in pursuit of a goal that is worthy, wholesome and good and If more people were insubordinate in the right way. I think America would be better off. But Stacey Thanks thanks for filling in the blanks, because you don't see this is every Friday night has already happened now the American flag. I think this this issue, Khun go into the background in the foreseeable future. Is that correct? Yes, yes, Like I said, I think this was a one time but honor the fallen heroes of 9 11 Friday night Life. You know, that's all it wass and it turned out to be something you know so much so much bigger and but my whole thing, and the whole reason I called is because I want You know everybody to know that these kids are not rebels and you know, not at all. They're great, Amazing kids, an amazing families and their kids. The first responders, So it really You know, it means it means ah, whole lot more Sometimes, I think families for and again my husband's a fireman. So I get it and you know, but I just wanted to give my you know my thank you. Everybody know how great these kids are. God blessing and let's face this many Democrats and Republicans that our first responders and cops this is not political. Used to be. These flags would be displayed by everyone without a political motivation. And hopefully that's the way it should be in the future. Maybe the good folks a little Miami and Warren County, Khun Display the American flag, the blue line and the redline flag in their homes as long as that's allowed Continue with more coming up after one o'clock today is a Nicole Frederick about what happened with CPS last night..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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09:25 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Oh, we've already talked about it. We had a resolution. And if we decide to go to a different model, we're gonna have to come up with the whole new resolution. Of course I'm screaming at the computer. Yeah, because your thing isn't goingto work. So, Yeah, you put the work and that's why we've elected. You guys. You're gonna have to rethink this when something isn't working. So the thought Woz and I think it was. Ah, no. Who was it? It was we have Bolton that brought up the 2 to 1 model. Which, personally to me, That makes sense, which means half the students would come two days. The other half will come in person, the other two days and then everyone would be virtual one day, and that's how actually they do it at ST Ursula. They all go to school on Monday Tuesday. Wednesday is a virtual day where they do a deep cleaning of the school, and then they all go back on Thursday Friday, this would be splitting up because they don't have the capacity in some of the classrooms to accommodate the numbers that CPS would have. So I do understand that But my question is, why can't you have say alphabet? A through M go in person Monday Tuesday and the rest of the alphabet log in there already logging in. They know how to do it. Do that, and then have Wednesday be virtual and then flip flop on Tuesday, Thursday Friday I don't know what they're going to come up with that on September 21st. They're supposed to revisit it because it's got a lot of legs to it. But what was decided is that the preschoolers They're going to get them into the building A s a P. And that did cause a lot of controversy on Facebook that they're preschoolers. But, um, and then the special units, which I also fully agree with. Those are special needs kids, your autism, those with very special learning problems. They cannot learn virtually and they need to be in person. So They are making a priority Get those two particular groups, But I heard last night that CPS and this was on the meeting. The CPS initiative is to have every child reading by third grade. And they really need tohave attention put to that, if they need Tio have that initiative met because 1st 2nd and 3rd graders need to get in person so they can learn how to read now of the school board members. This is all done virtually in which everyone's on zoom. I would assume the seven school board members. In fact, that's going around social media this morning. Michael Moore. Oscar is on the school board is talking about his 2.5 mile walk, and they got a 2.5 miles. Why would assume to school board members have been to Kroger have been a Costco? They've been a tar Jay. They've been the WalMart My Komarovsky, who's well intended, but damn it. He's a liberal, a scene or all these Facebook postings walking all over town without a mask on because he's outside. How's it possible that the school board cannot meet in person when they're meeting? Other person's constantly out inside the regular life along with these 35,000 kids that are living their lives as well as they can living in the community, doing what they're doing? Playing sports practicing. How's it possible that other school districts have figured out how this works, including most of the schools have been playing high school football now for about a month? How come CPS cannot figure it out? After a month of this? It does boggle your mind. I don't know. I don't have that answer. I mean, he he was one that was visibly Agitated when any kind of discussion was talking about getting these kids back in the classroom. His suggestion Wass. He wants to keep them virtual as long as possible because he has the fear of the flu seats and the regular season blue moral that's coming up and you know it. Start in October. Well, I started thinking about that thinking. I've never heard of massive numbers of people having the flu in October, like where schools had all these absences in a normal year. I feel like this is just my observation with everything we're doing and all the protocols that we've put in place all around our world. I actually think the flu season is going to be less than it ever has been. Not in fact, in the Southern Hemisphere. It is more than 50% less because of the Senate, a similarity between the regular flu and covert 19, plus the fact people are wearing masks washing their hands every seven or eight seconds. Everyone's got to disinfect and all that's going on. And so you're telling me with ah, half a billion dollars of a budget CPS cannot figure out a way to get the kids back to school, and they keep kicking the can down the road is such a point that the can is very much Dennett and there's no road left. We're now toward the end of September, the earliest they would go backto full in person. Instruction might be next year. Correct this five kids in school five days and school is not gonna happen for months. Oh, now, that's for sure. Yeah, five days in school, Not goingto happen along these other school district in the cold, Frederick figure it out, but CPS can't. I think they have influences coming in, and it was very apparent when Julie Sellers got on to speak. She is the teacher Union representative, Um, it was very apparent to many of us that there is an agenda. She does not want the kids in school. She's fearful there are fearful of the dangers of these lives. But you know if if you truly have AH, legitimate fear maybe it's someone in your household that has health conditions. Or maybe the student then South have some health conditions. We have A opportunity for virtual learned with the digital Academy. There is an option for you for that, but the rest of us And the rest of the students who greatly benefit from in person learning not only academically but mental health and all those other things that we all know about. They can go. But somehow it Julie Sellers, as the teachers union was really, really pushing, keeping these kids staying at home, and I just don't understand why the reason I'm told by insiders is that the teachers union Determines who's on the school board by endorsing or not endorsing a person that is money in a sweat equity, and is the fact you have a block of teachers. Thousands of voting one way. And so when the last person called on by the school board was the head of the teacher's union, she wanted to send a message that we're not coming back to teach, even if they would order the school would start in the next month or two or three. If the teachers won't teach. In fact, she had a sign up on a resume on her resume video in which behind her was a size changers on strike. And so it's sad. The sign teachers on strike and so even at the school board that owed its existence to the teachers union in Cincinnati, wanted to come back. Teachers on strike. She could stop it anyway. So further for months to come. There will not be in person education five days a week for 35,000 kids correct for definitely five days a week for sure will not happen. Yeah, that's not gonna happen to the best we can hope for is if they get some kind of resolution On the 23 model, which the teachers I've talked to. It is so much work to do the 23 model. Too much work E mean It's not that it's too much and because I do want to say I've spoken to a lot of CPS teachers, and they really do want to be in the classroom. This Julie Sellers is on Ly, representing You don't know who she's talking to. But she's on ly representing some louder mouth who missed be making more noise because the teachers I know Who are who are trying to do this virtually doing the best they can. But they much prefer to be in the class. Absolutely. And in fact, how many of the 35,000 kids in CPS have been hospitalized with covert 19? I don't know the number, but I know the last time it was. It was none zero. It's still zero. All right. We got to run too cold. Frederic, We'll check in with you next week. Maybe high school football. Maybe not. Maybe high school football next Friday night. Maybe not. Probably no in person because the teachers won't do it. The union controls what happens. I know that taxpayers you included are spending a half a billion dollars a year. Which is in addition to the money on the bond levy about six years ago to build all these billion dollars schools and they're sitting there empty because the teachers union will not go to work and the school board will not meet in person, even though they spend their lives in the community, But they want to send a message. We're in dangerous times, even though no kids and CPS had been hospitalized. No teachers have been hospitalized, but they refuse to work. Nicole Frederick thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and God help anybody this Friday night and Cincinnati public schools that want to fly the American flag coming out of the tunnel. If anyone wants to cover that one once that display the American flag, I know they're in deep trouble and taken no question about it..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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05:56 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Great American. Let's continue. We never stopped. Simply continue in about an hour. So we're gonna have Tony Bender is good friend should be here, which is, of course, Governor Mike DeWine about what's going on. Two o'clock or so will carry that for you live as long as it is interesting and newsworthy. But until then, last night, the school board got together and essentially said nothing and a babbling in coherence sense sounds like a radio talk show host. In which they decided in a week to take up the issue when to start school or not to start school, But they also said last night that athletics can proceed non contact sports Maybe this week and then football whatever next week, But now another emails were out this morning to give us different information. Nicole Frederick, who's a concerned parent and a mentor with Withrow High School, the home of the Tigers. I was online. I think for 4.5 hours it was a virtual meeting. Of course. It was too dangerous for the school board to get together. 6 Ft. Apart is too much danger. But Nicole Frederick, welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show Nicole, How are you? I'm doing great. How are you doing? Well this afternoon talk to me about I kind of got in and got out. I couldn't take it anymore. Kind of give us the overview After 4.5 hours of babbling what Score school board family decide to do If anything, I was like it was like a comedy show. The other is exhausting. Um, well after 4.5 hours, they would touch on it and they would go back and you know, made all the other business talk about. Finally, at the end, it was approaching 11 o'clock at night. And they decided to say that CPS sports could move forward. Okay, So I'm very, very excited the relief and you could just hear the kids just so excited. You know, all across the city, but this is happening, but they even then it was very confusing on exactly what they were saying. I believe there was an email that went out this morning to clarify it, but basically, they're allowing the CPS athletic teams. To do, um, inter district competitions, meaning they could only play schools within the district this week. If you're a contact sport may clarify Noncontact, starting play whoever they want your tennis your cross country. Those people your contact like your field hockey football. Those guys Interdistrict this week and interscholastic starting next week, and so at this point is I understand on Friday night with Rose not going to play a cantor taps not gonna play Schroeder. Or are they? That is a district so, yes, they would be allowed to play someone because those air CPS schools this Friday night, then starting next Friday night, which really affect schools like Walnut Hills and Clark because they are in different leagues that Include schools outside of the district. Your Withrow, You're Taft. You're huge. Your Woodward. They all are part of the C. Max. So they play each other anyway, Um, but the other schools would then be able to get back into their competition, Your wallet and your Clark so nobody knows. Essentially, you think the E Mail's today there may be games Friday night. Likely and maybe more likely games next Friday night. But in the meantime, scholastically which is academically we're told by every expert in the world That Kenny Garden to the third or fourth grade are critical in a child's education as faras reading computing getting into the region, the regimen of educational pursuit of excellence. What is the status of a 1st 2nd 3rd 4th grader at C. P s. For the last six months or more. They've been out of school. No money can actually say honestly, not even Tony Bender. That river kind of remote learning works. You can teach a second grader and a dysfunctional environment in CPS. You can't teach that kid how to read because it doesn't work remote. What is the status of remote learning? Would CPS as we speak? That was also a big, muddy water last night, and they went back and had a lot of discussion. I know that one of the members Messer he actually has younger Children in the system, and he was the first one to voice a big concern about how hard it was for him, and he even said I have the resources to hire somebody, and he did hire a tutor to help during the day. With his young Children, and that tutor quit that. I can't do this. This is too hard. I can't do it. And so you can imagine someone has the resources to have this extra help. Come in. How the hell are other people in the district getting their young Children to learn how to read, in other words, that is not in all fairness that is not happening, and there's about 6000 kids and CPS in the district. Who have been disconnected for six months. They're likely to be disconnected for the foreseeable future for a long time, which means there'll be no reading learned, which means the problems caused by the school board here is unbridled. Is there any indication next Monday that CPS will open it up completely? The answer, of course, is no correct. They have three choices. Open completely or secondly, a little bit in a little bit out, or thirdly, stay remote. You got any gleaning from any of the five school board members? Is it five or seven? I think it's 77. They're all remote. You don't never know who was talking in anyone. Point. Is there a sense the best it can be is two days in and three days out, they they went back and forth, kicking that whole thing around. You're right. There are these different choices, but the president Caroline Jones, She made a point somewhere during their to say..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They're amazing, and you know, I just I don't think any point it became political and I know because, like I said, you know, Brady's mother's one of my best friends and you know Brady was very emotional and upset and hurt. When you know when it was said that he couldn't do it. You know a lot of times, I'd rather ask. I'd rather ask forgiveness than seek permission because experiences told me that you know, you just go ahead and do it and then deal with the consequences rather than Having violated an order. But even if you would have done it without asking permission, he'd still be in the same position. He is today and it's rare when a 16 17 8, general boy or girl. Actually cares about something as patriotic as the country. It's got a has to be bred into him. And because Brady's father is a police officer, he knows what's happening to cops all over the country, whether in Los Angeles, Kenosha whether it's an in many out of Cincinnati waited since night cop that was shot in the head during the riots we had here Not too many people Goto work thinking, Am I going to come home in one piece? But except for the Kevlar helmet, we would've had a murder of a police officer again in Cincinnati, there on entire groups of people who don't think about our country the way you and I think about it. And I'm glad there's people like like Brady Williams and his family who care enough about the country to suffer the consequences of their behaviour by showing support and I would assume the football team. Agrees with Brady and agrees with Jared. I would assume so otherwise they wouldn't come running out behind them if they were carrying some other flag, something political. That's different, but the American flag with the red and blue line is not Political in his patriotic and not much difference in the American flag anyway, But I'm I'm proud. I live in a country with young people like Brady and Jared, then understand their responsibilities as great Americans. And I have no doubts they see in the future. They will live long and successful lives. Yes, theywill Now what? Here's the question for you. According to the statement, And I'm reading here. Says here from a Bobby Grice. Who's the Who's the president of the school board? Quote. As the season continues, the only two flags that will come through the little Miami football tunnel are the flag of United States of America. And the little Miami Spirit flag. The Board of Education supports this decision of district administrations. How would that sit with the faithful? A little Miami Well, I think first of all, I think when the only reason I think Brady wanted to, you know, honor the first responders and carry those flags that evening was because it was 9 11. Great point at that point, something that they believe Every week or that they've asked at all it all was because again, they're senior. Their leaders. You know their their father, their first responders, and the young man who carried the American flag lost an uncle in the twin towers. There was a lot of connections with those three boys for what they wanted to dio. This is not something that they're wanting to do every week to have this huge political stand, right? And not in other words, what way left that community So you know, I We've kind of stepped away from all of that. But I will tell you, the Williams Aaron Amazing family and Scott You know, he has done so much. I mean, the fathers have done so much with the youth program. They all have amazing kids. And like I said, this is not something that they wanted to put me agenda to carry through the panel every week. No, it was a Friday night life as seniors. Honoring 9 11 9 11 9 11 on a Friday night. Is not gonna happen again. For I I would think for seven years and it's unusual. Yes, and I think you know, and that's why I mean I think there was a lot of hurt. You know, Like I said, they're very, very proud and again. Like I said, you know, Brady's family, you know, we travel with them with select baseball and you know, they're like family to us. So You know, they don't have those those agenda. That's not who they are. But they are a very proud police family, and that is how their kids have been raised. And Brady is very proud of his father. And you know, I'm so proud of him for doing what he did and saying with Jared Now the school board's said he was in subordinate. Sometimes in life. You need to be in subordinate in pursuit of a goal that is worthy, wholesome and good. And if more people were in subordinate in the right way, I think America would be better off. But Stacey Thanks Thanks for filling in the blanks, because you don't see this is every Friday night has already happened now the American flag. I think this this issue, Khun go into the background in the foreseeable future. Is that correct? Yes, yes, Like I said, I think this was a one time but honor the fallen heroes of 9 11 Friday night Life. You know, that's all it wass and it turned out to be something you know so much so much bigger and but my whole thing, and the whole reason I called is because I want You know everybody to know that these kids are not rebels and you know, not at all. They're great, Amazing kids, an amazing families and their kids. The first responders, So it really You know, it means it means ah, whole lot more. Sometimes I think families of fur and again my husband's a fireman. So I get it and you know, but I just wanted to give my you know my thank you. Everybody know how great these kids are. God blessing and let's face this many Democrats and Republicans that our first responders and cops this is not political. Used to be. These flags would be displayed by everyone without a political motivation. And hopefully that's the way it should be in the future. Maybe the good folks a little Miami and Warren County Khun Display The American flag, the blue line and the redline flag in their homes as long as that's allowed Continue with more coming up after one o'clock today is a Nicole Frederick about what happened with CPS last night. How much chaos is happening in Cincinnati on news radio 700 that you all know me. It's.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:49 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I watched Hamilton County and you know how many of the 11.7 million Oh Highlands. How many aid 0 to 20 have died of Cove it in Ohio. So almost 12 million Buckeyes 12 million Ohioans between the ages of zero and 20. I would say it's under three people, too. So I was right to kill in last year kids died died between the ages of 8, 15 and 20 for a kid died of the flu. So four times more have died of the seasonal flu than of covert 19 243 kids died from suicide and 173 kids died from assault and homicide. Does reality matter? I question that. We're acting as if we're all about to die. I read this CDC report Friday night. That this thing without comb abilities is under 1 10/1000 of 1%. Well under 1 10,000 of one. I can't divide one in 10,000 parts. But that's what the numbers and the state of Ohio in the general population, including everyone from 0 to 105. The odds under 1/100 of 1% of the general population die covert 19, and that's what comb abilities. In addition, and so there's something like 500 kids who die every year of drowning. But I don't think Laura Mitchell would say Let's drain the legs and the swimming pools. Does she propose that now? And I want you know, I'm always about trying to get some grace and mercy and I'm I'm sure She had good intentions when she did this, but she needs to step back and she needs to look at the data. This is fear based. This is probably got influence from Communion. It's got some other things going on. But at the end of the day She needs to ask the parents, the student athletes and the people directly involved like the coaches and the athletic director's and the trainers and see what they think. And everyone wants to move forward else. They wouldn't show up every day. But you know what? You're not going to hear from them because nobody in CPS whether you're a teacher, the janitor a coach, whatever. You're not allowed to talk about this decision. In any kind of way saying that again, So if you speak about this, that's like a violation of your contract with CPS you could get there could be repercussions. So you're not gonna hear from anybody? On record about it, But I can tell you I have talked to not only you, no faculty members and teachers who understand, especially with These kids, Cincinnati public's kids who come from traditionally inner city they're at risk, they might have financial hardships, different reasons. The importance of playing sports isn't just about throwing a ball. It isn't about swinging a golf club. It is much more. It's the mental health. It is the increases in academics to decrease in any kind of, um, problems at school. It is college scholarship opportunities. There are so many reasons why Athletics is important fact on Cincinnati Public's own website. They listen entire section on advantages of athletic participation, and I quote it supports school's academic mission teaching students, self discipline, self confidence and the skills to handle competitive situations. I mean, it reduces dropout rates, according to them. It promotes values of positive lifestyle and good citizenship. All of this is from CPS. This decision, which, according to some board members, who are also off the record was made in a vacuum. And even though like I said, I will give grace and mercy. That it was made with good intentions. It needs to be reversed. You know, Nicole Frederick. That was about six months ago, when we did not know what we had. I know in March, all hell was breaking loose. We're all going to die. The government told his 2.2 million Americans would pass away that eight million Americans who need hospitalisation that Duke Energy Center was commandeered to handle the overflow from the hospitals. The ambulances are lined up. The hospitals were cleaned out all of a sudden. Nothing. Nothing more. Nothing happened. The more fear was spread by politicians, especially Andy, but share in Kentucky to make us think we're all going to die. It's awful and I look at the statistics six months later and I wash my hands, I wear a mask. I tend to avoid crowds because I fit the category of someone like Joe Fredericks getting quite old. I mean, Joe, I'm sure has lots of underlying grandpa. He's a grand ball. So I I get that And so, you know, there's a certain category of folks at auto pay more attention than other category of folks. The group nodded risk are between zero and 18 years old 12 million Ohioans. How many have died between zero and 18? 22 and I know one of them had severe underlying conditions. And of all these other breakouts. The media covers breathlessly whether it's Alabama or whether it's Miami. How many of those kids have actually gone to a hospital? The answer is zero. I mean, well, I'll tell you right now, my oldest daughter has it right now. And I, You know, she's she's isolated. We're doing a social responsible, saying she is not going out. She's self quarantining. You know, for 14 days, she feels a little She's a college student. She's 20 years old. She feels and she's lost and taste and smell. But other than that, she's doing all of her schoolwork. She, you know, doing everything from her room, but she's alive and I feel like she's going to be alive. And I don't want to dismiss and trivialize those who did lose their lives. Because for some families, this is the rial. This was a real tragic thing, and I don't want to trivialize it. But what I do want to say is the over rotation of the protocols and all this stuff that we've all had to do. Was it really that necessary? No, it was that we were crashing the American economy. Nose rubbed the education of tens of millions of Children clear out all of the individuals from Christ in Jewish and all the other hospitals with all their diagnostic treatment. How many women are going to die of breast cancer? Undiagnosed? How many men are going to die of prostate cancer undiagnosed? How many cancer treatments.

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04:14 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The great majority justified then black civilian slash criminals twice as many white even though the police come in contact with both races and about equal numbers. The ratio is not to the population, the ratios to those that come in contact with And lastly, How often is it in America? Do you comply with what the police tell you to do? And you still get shot. Comply matter who you are comply. Rarely does it happen that a person a civilian absolutely complies with everything the officer said to do and you still get shot. Does that happen? It probably does somewhere you might think about Parana Taylor, but she was lying in bed. That was a mistake. An accident. As faras complying with the police and getting shot. That's the message. It's not about white supremacy or ah or some sort of situational racism. What it is is comply with the police and you don't get shot. If you don't comply, Events spiral out of control. Who knows what's gonna happen? It's continuing their calls. We have thousands. Untold millions were listening coming up. Next is a fine American, A woman who wants to talk about what's happening in and CPS and how things could get better. In Cincinnati. Of course at this point is very difficult because they're not playing sports at all. But coming up, we'll be Laura. What will be an expert on what you can do? And since I public schools in the next few days, maybe change the politics of what's going on Nicole Frederick will be here. Nicole Frederick, who's a leader? Mentoring and Withrow High school to talk about what's happening and what CPS should do about allowing these kids to play a false sports, which is critical now. Cole Frederick coming up next It's your home of the Reds. Hopefully, they're going to win a game tonight against ST Louis. A news radio 700 wlw 700 wlw, Ohio's governor weighs in on the latest trump controversy. Nice Andy Collins. 700 wlw dot com Governor Dwyane on ABC is this week Sunday morning. Asked about a couple of different important issues by host Martha Raddatz. First mail in voting. Is it going to work? We have a very good system in Ohio for many years to decades, I think voters have been able to vote absentee with no reason. Wine says the state is sending an application now to vote from home. Every voter in Ohio is getting it. You can fill that out. They can send that in will get their absentee ballot back. We're asking people if you're going to vote that way, uh, you know to do it is really as you can. The application is coming now send it in, and then they'll send you a secure ballot beginning October 6th. One was also asked about the explosive story being confirmed by multiple news organizations about disparaging remarks allegedly made by the president about veterans and the war dead. Those being provided by anonymous sources to reporters. People should come forward if you know Anonymous sources are interesting, but you know, it's never going to have the credibility, I think for the general public or someone you know people actually come forward. The Atlantic editor in chief says the source's heir credible and known to them, and the Atlantic editor says that he expects more confirmations to come forward. Pope Francis says there is a plague in the world worse than covert 19. ABC is Megan Williams has more from Rome, Pope Francis said Sunday that gossiping is a plague worse than Cove it the pope made the off the cuff comment during his weekly blessing here in Rome, He's often spoken out against gossiping, sometimes aiming his criticism directly at the Vatican bureaucracy. This time. He made the comment when speaking about a Bible passage about the need to correct others privately when they do something wrong, But many survivors of sex abuse say this form of private correction rather than transparency was what allowed sexual predators to operate for so long in the Catholic Church. Megan Williams, ABC News Remember for news any time on demand its 700 wlw dot com I'm Sandy Collins news radio 700 wlw on my Heart Radio online on your smartphone, iPad and tablet 700.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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06:47 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And the learning curve is gonna have to be different than than it is for normal rookie quarterbacks. But more than anything, this team's defense has been awful for years now, historically bad two years ago, not that much better. Last year, they addressed it with a lot of money in free agency. They've had major injuries this offseason on on on that side of the football. Really starting with fray Wayne's. Here's a guy. They paid a lot of money to be this team's number two quarterback, they went heavy on linebacker in the draft. They made a massive investment in the defense of line and D. J reader, and they've got a guy in William Jackson, the third at cornerback who has ah lot of money dangling in front of him. If he can have the kind of season in 2020 that we thought he would be having on a regular basis back in 2017. If the pieces fit on defense, I believe this team has a chance to be pretty interesting. I believe this team has a chance to be pretty competitive. Borough from week 12 Week, 17 is going to improve. There's going to be moments of frustration. There's going to be moments where he plays like a rookie. There's going to be moments where you look at that offensive line and go boy. They should have spent the money there. But to me more than anything, this defense has to make a major major leap forward for this team to be competitive. And so when I look at the defense winning yesterday, and I read about Jesse Bates and I read about the speed at linebacker And I hear what's being said about the defense of line that encourages me more than anything, because they've got to be markedly better on that side of the ball, which is what they paid a lot of money to be. They paid a lot of money this offseason to be better on defense. If this team is in the hunt in December. To me, it's going to be because their defense got him there. We're going to find out if the head coach's Dave Shula, or someone different we're going to find out the second year We'll see how that turns a looks like Dave Show a little bit. We're going to see how that works out. But still they're picked and finished third or fourth in their own division. Most of the smart money says Pittsburgh slash Baltimore in Cleveland. So much better and the Bangles we may once again you're in for the good old days of Marvin Lewis, once the playoffs five years in a row, and we've you know he was kicked out the door. But lastly, I want to get your comment on high school football Once again, San X blew it at the end how they lost that game on national TV with Rocky Boy men calling and I'll never know They had almost try to lose and they got it done. CPS is going to have a big old meeting on Wednesday. I saw Deer Park got beat up in Indian Hill that Mary might wanna watch Girls Soccer on Channel nine. They're going crazy. Mount Notre Dame is playing horse line academy at four o'clock all the high school. Sports are going accepted. CPS data has changed accurate has changed. Cleveland has changed. I look forward to Cincinnati changing in two days, not waiting a month because all the kids were at practice. The cross country's going on the boy's soccer is practicing the girls Soccer Do you see any reason for CPS not to allow games to begin when they're practicing five days a week. Anyway, I believe those decisions should be left up to parents and parents want their kids to play. I think they should have Ah, the avenue by which to do so, Um, I if they're practicing anyway, and they're engaging with one another. Yes, I believe. I believe that they should have the ability to play. I believe I've believed all along that the high school sports and new sports should should still happen because these kids are going to socialize with each other. I think there's something to be said about structure. I think there's something to be said about being in an environment that could be supervised. And obviously you hope the adults in charge are behaving responsibly in doing the right thing. And I'm to believe that overwhelmingly so that that is happening. So, yes. I hope that the kids in Cincinnati public schools can actually play in games. I hope they can participate in Band of they can participate in musical activities. Whatever extracurricular activities there are, in some cases that are keeping those kids engaged academically. I'm completely in favor for in favor up. And lastly, if by Wednesday Thursday the Cardinal's leave town And there are instead of six games up in the loss column to the Reds eight or nine games up in the loss column them with 23 games to go that gets to be almost insurmountable Mountain. The Reds have got to play with an urgency. Some games are bigger than the others, although mathematically they all count the same, but it just looks to me like after they keep treading water. At some point they have to get to five. I can't conceive of the second place team in the National League Central knotted 500, just almost statistically impossible, especially when Pittsburgh stinks. And at this point there has to be a sense of urgency. A sense we have the right manager. We have the right money. We have the right talent. We have the right to rotation. We have the right whatever it takes to win. Do you agree? The next three nights are going to be critical for your Cincinnati Reds. I think the next three nights are enormous. I just I kind of look at it like this, regardless of if it's making the wild card is the second place team or just getting the last wild card spot. I'm gonna operate under the assumption that the buy in is going to be a 500 record. 30 wins, So this team has to go 15 and 11 the rest of the way. That's roughly 5 77 baseball over the course of 162 games. That's about a 93.5 94 win pace. They still have a lot of games left against the Pittsburgh Pirates, eight of them eight against Pittsburgh because they've got to make up a couple of games that they missed during the Koven 19 scare, But they still have to go on the road and play the Cubs. They still have to go on the road and play the Cardinals. They still have to go on the road and play a good Minnesota Twins team that didn't get swept by Detroit this week. They've They've gotta win, at least at a bare minimum 15 out of 26. Wow and maybe even more 15. 26. When's that happening? Seven or eight years, any at any 26 games tragedy that happened? Good question, So this team thus far has not shown any Ability to do that. And by the way, they're at home for these three, the next 10 after that are all on the road. So, um, I'm I'm sceptre. I'm hopeful, but I'm skeptical at the same time that this team is Is going to be able to do that. It has to start tonight. Momo keep hope alive. Keep hope alive. It's alway have with the Reds is hope, A cz Michael Jordan said. It begins with hope so somehow Somehow, the Reds have to have hope. Oh, thank you very much again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show God speed and good luck. Right, Willie? Thanks. Let's continue with more after one o'clock today is Nicole Frederick, who is a volunteer in a mentor in the Cincinnati public schools who works with Withrow football players. And the whole of Frederick wants to know why. So many high schools in the tri state or playing and losing, like Saint ex and those that CPS cannot. That's after one o'clock today until then, your comments 749 £7000.700 Bill Cunningham News radio 700 wlw 700 wlw 700 wlw Coming.

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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07:47 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy coming in the great American. And as you know, there was a lot of high school football played on Friday. Lot of soccer. I see Saint ex went down to get in football. A ridiculous and into the game. Rocky Boy men should take over that football program. Sand ex look terrible lost the game. Deer Park did not play all of this all of its starters at Indian Hill on Friday night. I think Indian hell beat Deer Park and football 45 to 0, but they're saving a lot of their better players to put him in against more important opponents. And I also note that college football began with Austin P. I also note the Cleveland Browns and the Bangles are scrimmaging. Right here on the Big one yesterday. The defense beat the offense last night. I also note that there's lots of efforts in many parts of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana to get football back on the field. We're not sure what's going to happen and the bluegrass because Bashir is in full mode of shutting things down again, which is what Democrats like to do. But there's an effort at CPS since nine public schools to hashtag let us play with all the positive aspects that includes, which is formation of a young man or young woman. Show up on time. Follow the rules. Get good grades. Get a scholarship move on with life. But like in many other liberal progressive communities, they don't want that to happen. And so as a consequence, the only large school district within the sound of my voice in Ohio that cannot play any false sports, including girls, Soccer and boys soccer. Since their public schools and there are many concerned taxpayers, parents, teachers and whatever involved in CPS to kind of bring football and all fall sports back to C. P S, which is critical in the formation. Of a young man or young woman. They hashtag is let us play and one of the volunteers and one of those helping mentoring is Nicole. Frederick. She is a taxpayer in Cincinnati and a cold, Frederick. Welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Nicole, How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you going to go? Nuts? Layout? I'm watching Friday night, all of the football follies going on all the scores. What's happening? I listen to the Bangles last night. I'm watching college football Take place. I'm watching boys. Soccer. I'm watching Madeira beat up on Indian Hill again. And boys Soccer. I'm watching girls soccer. Going, at least on TV. I'm watching getting all the scores what is happening in the sense of county public school system relative to all fall sports as we speak Monday afternoon. What's happening right now in Cincinnati public schools All fall. Sports are allowed to do every single thing from your practice to your weight room to your drills, Toe watching game film two scrimmages. They just can't play a game now. So as I get so for five or six days a week, the football team the girls soccer team, whatever it might be. They're running around. They're mating. They're getting ready. But there's no games No. On August 2nd, superintendent of since a public schools, Lar Mitchell made the decision to delay all competition so games Until the school goes from being remote learning to in person learning, and that's not gonna happen until the end of September. So that's a good four weeks away, so the earliest game might be the first of October. She gave an interview a few days ago. And what she said. They mean revisit the issue in about a few more days. Isn't there a big meeting on Wednesday? There is a big meeting down at the board of Education. I believe the time has been changed to four o'clock. And we know this because there is a a rally that is being scheduled. That's kind of a grassroots initiative to be a good visual toe. Let her know that this needs to be revisited and it needs to be reversed, just like many of the other inner city. Cool districts around the state had been doing I mean, Columbus, just reverse that date in public. Just reverse it. Akron is probably voting to reverse it today. It needs to be looked at the data does not support Not having these kids play, especially since they've been doing this since June. And one might ask. I've asked the question and I don't get a defendant of answer as we sit here on August 31st I'm told that there's not one child of the 36,000 and CPS that have that's passed away. I'm also told that anyone's knowledge, not one child of the 36,000 CPS. He's gone to the hospital. So this is a circumstance where is extremely rare. It's prohibiting something not likely to occur anyway. Exactly. You have over 1500 state and athletes and over 175 coaches in fall sports alone in CPS, and they are proceeding with caution. They have all their protocols in place because they want to play and they've done an excellent job. I am at Withrow High School for the football team, basically every day, delivering individual peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for these student athletes. And I watched the dedication that these individuals and the players are doing so that they can proceed and play their games. It's safe. They are watching everyone else around them. Including Indiana in other counties play football, and they can't do it. I mean, I heard, um some of them just so dejected that they were watching the LaSalle elder game online. And they weren't able to play there Friday and game and then they see Saint ex playing on ESPN two and they're not allowed to play their game for no reason. The data does not support them not going forward. I have statistics on Friday evening. These things were released late at night and Friday in Washington, D C Because It's explosive, but it's not well covered in the media because it doesn't fit. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued a report late Friday night showing that only 9683 Americans or 6%. Have died with only having covert 19 listed on their death certificate. The other 94% 94% of the 86,000 died with comb abilities that included pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure and kidney failure. And this means that On the death certificate. You have to put the cause of death and 94% of the cases of fatalities from covert 19. There were comb abilities that caused the death. They died with covert 19. Not because of covert 19 and as Faras youth dying in the entire country. There's about 100. I don't know. 180 million kids in the country on We've had deaths less than 100 Children of 180 Million and that includes Children that have serious health problems underlying conditions. Absolutely. This is not something to fear is something to worry about. Protect yourself, But it's not the bubonic plague. Absolutely. And I'm like you. I watch data. And even though I know that, you know the data can be flawed, too, because we're seeing all kinds of different cues, but I watched the Ohio Kobe dashboard. I watched Hamilton County and you know how many of the 11.7 million Oh Highlands. How many aid 0 to 20 have died of Cove it in Ohio. So almost 12 million Buckeyes 12 million Ohioans between the ages of zero and 20. I would say it's under three people, too..

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"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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04:04 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"They hashtag is let us play. And one of the volunteers. And one of those helping mentoring is Nicole Frederick. She is a taxpayer in Cincinnati and a cold, Frederick. Welcome. I think for the first time to the Bill Cunningham show, Nicole, How are you? I'm doing fantastic. How are you? Good. Good go. That's layout. I'm watching Friday night, all of the football follies going on all the scores. What's happening? I listen to the Bangles last night. I'm watching college football Take place. I'm watching boys. Soccer. I'm watching Madeira beat up on Indian Hill again. And boys Soccer. I'm watching girls soccer. Going, at least on TV. I'm watching getting all the scores. What's happening? This is not a capital City hall as we think money. Everyone right now is not a public schools all fall. Sports are allowed to do everything on your practice. Deal that your drill like games. L discriminative. They just can't play a game in over a week. Football team the girls soccer team, Whatever be the runaround, we're meeting anybody. There's no school official made a decision like all competition, so games until the school goes from being remote learning to in person learning And that's not gonna happen until the end of September. So that's a good four weeks away, so the earliest game might be the first of October. She gave an interview a few days ago and what she said they mean revisit the issue in about A few more days. Isn't there a big meeting on Wednesday? There is big meeting down at the board of Education. I believe the time has been changed to four o'clock. And we know this because there is a a rally that is being scheduled. That's kind of a grassroots initiative to be a good visual toe. Let her know that this needs to be revisited and it needs to be reversed, just like many of the other inner city. Cool districts around the state had been doing I mean Columbus, just reverse that date in public just reversed it. Akron is probably voting to reverse it today. It needs to be looked at the data does not support Not having these kids play, especially since they've been doing this since June, and one might ask. I've asked the question and I don't get a definitive answer. As we sit here on August 31st I'm told that there's not one child of the 36,000 and CPS that have passed away. I'm also told Not to anyone's knowledge, not one child of the 36,000. CPS has gone to the hospital. So this is a circumstance where is extremely rare. It's prohibiting something not likely to occur anyway. Exactly. You have over 1500 student athletes and over 175 coaches in fall sports alone in CPS on and they are proceeding with caution. They have all their protocols in place because they want to play and they've done an excellent job. I am at Withrow High School for the football team, basically every day, delivering individual peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for these student athletes. And I watched the dedication that these individuals and the players are doing so that they can proceed and play their games. It's safe. They are watching everyone else around them. Including Indiana and other counties play football and they can't do it. And I heard some of that is so dejected that they were watching the LaSalle elder game online and they weren't look later. Find out there. No place for no reason. Dad. It's not that I'm not going forward. I have to take Friday thing. These things were released like that in front of Washington, DC and explosive but is not coming to me but doesn't fit centers for Disease Control. Imagination report lakefront that only 9603 or 6% would have uncovered 19 listen on the other 94%. 94% of the 86,000 died with comb abilities that included pneumonia, respiratory failure, hypertensive disease, diabetes, vascular and unspecified dementia, cardiac arrest, heart failure and kidney failure. And this means that On the death certificate..

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06:24 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And last year kids died died between the ages of 8, 15 and 20 for a kid died of the flu. So four times more have died of the seasonal flu than of Govan 19 243 Kids died from suicide and 173 kids died from assault and homicide. Does reality matter? I question that. We're acting is if we're all about to die, I read the CDC report Friday night that this thing without comb abilities is under 1 10/1000 of 1%. Well under 1 10,000 of one. I can't divide one in 10,000 parts, but that's what the numbers and the state of Ohio in the general population. Including everyone from 0 to 105 the odds under 1/100 of 1% of the general population Diaco VAT 19, and that's what comb abilities. In addition and so There's something like 500 kids who die every year of drowning. When I don't think Laura Mitchell would say Let's drain the lakes and the swimming pools. Does she propose that? No, no. And I want you know, I'm always about trying to get some grace and mercy and I'm I'm sure she had good intentions when she did this, but she needs to step back. And she needs to look at the data. This is fear based. This has probably got influence from Communion. It's got some other things going on. But at the end of the day She needs to ask the parents, the student athletes and the people directly involved like the coaches and the athletic director's and the trainers and see what they think. And everyone wants to move forward else. They wouldn't show up every day. But you know what? You're not going to hear from them because nobody in CPS whether you're a teacher, the janitor approach whatever. You're not allowed to talk about this decision. In any kind of way saying that again, So if you speak about this, that's like a violation of your contract with CPS you could get there could be repercussions. So you're not gonna hear from anybody? On record about it, But I can tell you I have talked to not only you, no faculty members and teachers who understand, especially with thes kids, Cincinnati public's kids who come from traditionally inner city they're at risk, they might have financial hardships, different reasons. The importance of playing sports isn't just about throwing a ball. It isn't about swinging a golf club. It is much more. It's the mental health. It is the increases in academics to decrease in any kind of Problems at school. It is college scholarship opportunities. There are so many reasons why athletics is important fact on Cincinnati Public's own website, they listen entire section on advantages of athletic participation. And I quote it supports school's academic mission teaching students, self discipline, self confidence and the skills to handle competitive situations. I mean, it reduces dropout rates, according to them. It promotes values of positive lifestyle and good citizenship. All of this is from CPS. This decision, which, according to some board members, who are also off the record was made in a vacuum. And even though like I said, I will give grace and mercy that it was made with good intentions. It needs to be reversed. You know, Nicole Frederick. That was about six months ago, when we did not know what we had. I know in March, all hell was breaking loose. We're all going to die. The government told us 2.2 million Americans would pass away that eight million Americans who need hospitalization. The Duke Energy Center was commandeered to handle the overflow from the hospitals. The ambulances were lined up. The hospitals were cleaned out all of a sudden. Nothing. Nothing more. Nothing happened. The more fear was spread by politicians, especially Andy, but share in Kentucky to make us think we're going to die. It's awful and I look at the statistics six months later and I wash my hands. I wear a mask. I tend to avoid crowds because I fit the category of someone. Like Joe Fredericks getting quite old. I mean, Joe, I'm sure has lots of underlying grandpa. He's a grandpa. So I I get that and so, you know, there's a certain category of folks at auto pay more attention than other category of folks. The group nodded risk are between zero in 18 years old 12 million Ohioans. How many have died between zero and 18. To you, and I know one of them had severe underlying conditions. And of all these other breakouts. The media covers breathlessly whether it's Alabama or whether it's Miami. How many of those kids have actually gone to a hospital? The answer is zero. I mean, well, I'll tell you right now, my oldest daughter has it right now. And I, You know, she's she's isolated. We're doing a social responsible, saying she is not going out. She's self quarantining. You know, for 14 days, she feels a little She's a college student. She's 20 years old. She feels and she's lost him, taste and smell. But other than that, she's doing all of her schoolwork. She, you know, doing everything from her room, but she's alive and I feel like she's going to be alive. And I don't want to dismiss and trivialize those who did lose their lives. Because for some families, this is a really This is a real tragic thing, and I don't want to trivialize it. But what I do want to say is the over rotation of the protocols and all this stuff that we've all had to do. Wasn't really that necessary. No, it was that we're crashing the American economy. Nose rubbed the education of tens of millions of Children clear out all of the individuals from Christ in Jewish and all the other hospitals with all their diagnostic treatment. How many women are going to die of breast cancer? Undiagnosed? How many men are going to die of prostate cancer undiagnosed? How many cancer treatments.

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02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nicole frederick" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What the police tell you to do? And you still get shot. Comply matter who you are comply. Rarely does it happen that a person a civilian absolutely complies with everything the officer said to do and you still get shot. Does that happen? It probably does somewhere you might think about around a tailor, but she was lying in bed. That was a mistake. An accident. As faras complying with the police and getting shot. That's the message is not about white supremacy or ah or some sort of situational racism. What it is is comply with the police and you don't get shot. If you don't comply, Events spiral out of control. Who knows what's gonna happen? It's continuing their calls. We have thousands. Untold millions were listening coming up. Next is a fine American, A woman who wants to talk about what's happening in and CPS and how things could get better. In Cincinnati. Of course at this point is very difficult because they're not playing sports at all. But coming up, We'll be Laura. What will be an expert on what you can do? And since I public schools in the next few days, maybe change the politics of what's going on Nicole Frederick will be here, Nicole Frederick Who's a leader of mentoring and Withrow High School to talk about what's happening and what CPS should do about allowing these kids to play a false sports, which is critical. Nicole Frederick coming up next. It's your home of the Reds. Hopefully, they're going to win a game tonight against ST Louis. A news radio 700 wlw. It's a vision a ll tool. Those cards go at each other with bats, balls and menacing glares out of park. Get the call from the cowboy Tommy thrall today at 5 40 on 700 well jump. The home of the Cincinnati Reds..

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