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"I'm Chris And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom The European Union proposed banning seaborne oil from Russia while delaying restrictions on imports from a key pipeline This in an effort to satisfy Hungarian objections and clinch an agreement on a stalled sanctions package that would target Moscow for its war in Ukraine It looks like the reason COVID wave is easing in New York Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini has more According to the CDC as of late this week 30 counties across the state are considered high risk for community spread But that's down from 54 The previous week New Jersey and Connecticut are still battling high infection rates though and neither state has a county that's considered low risk Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini New York State is now offering driver's licenses with an ex gender identity marker the X option for licenses learners permits and non driver identification cards is being implemented in conjunction with a state law approved last June Proponents of the change had argued that limiting gender identity on license is to either male or female discriminated against non binary New Yorkers A Federal Reserve report says consumers see this year's inflation shock ebbing over time We get more about that from Bloomberg's affinity del giudice For now American C inflation throttling back to a stable 3% pace over 5 years based on data from the New York fed The current inflation rate is measured by the fed's preferred price gauges roughly 6% Central Bank is raising interest rates now to contain the outbreak There's a danger inflation expectations could become unanchored like the 1970s making it even harder for the fed to gain the upper hand Then he doubted Jude ice Bloomberg radio Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg Your listening to balance and power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio.
Fresh update on "palmer" discussed on Balance of Power
"Violence the S it was singer took to social media to say that he's heartbroken over the Texas elementary school mass shooting back on Tuesday that left 19 children and two teachers dead in response he said he's partnering with the nonprofit every town for gun safety for his upcoming North American tour Not only donate money but share every town suggested action items The Lakers have a new head coach ESPN and the LA times report that the NBA team is hired darvin ham to lead them Ham is a former Lakers assistant coach He also assisted with the hawks and bucks he takes over for the fired Frank Vogel I'm Chris coraggio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Elizabeth Holmes asked a judge to toss out her conviction claiming no rational juror could have found her guilty of conspiracy and wire fraud beyond a reasonable doubt The request filed late Friday in federal court in San Jose California is a routine and long shot attempt to overturn a jury verdict The founder and former chief executive officer of theranos was convicted back in January of four out of 11 counts of conspiracy and wire fraud and acquitted of four counts that she deceived patients The jury was unable to reach a unanimous consensus on three other counts A record volume of Russian oil is on board tankers Bloomberg's Greg Jarrett tells me unprecedented amounts are heading to India and China as other nations restrict imports because of the war in Ukraine Between 74 million 79 million barrels of mostly sour Ural crude from the OPEC plus producer are in transit and floating storage over the past week more than double the 27 million barrels just before the February invasion of Ukraine Bloomberg's Greg Jared there What are you waiting for That is what actor comedian Jon Stewart wants to know He spoke at a rally today in Washington D.C. in hopes the pact act will finally come to the floor of the U.S. Senate for a vote The pact act expands health benefits to veterans sickened by burn pits and toxic exposure while serving the country When Stuart was on a USO tour to Afghanistan he told the gathering at RFK stadium he thought the U.S. troops had been hit by the enemy We took a C one 30 over to Afghanistan and when you come in and you see the burn bits you think it's an attack Oh my God did they get hit with missiles No that's just the contractor Just burning everything we make here The bill has passed the house with some bipartisan support Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg This is balance and power with David Weston The state of America and energy is strong Our nation has the resources and the expertise to meet our energy needs Eventually we'll end up with a vaccine that will be able to do better against multiple variants Where the world of politics meets the world of business The fed has to raise rates And by the way that's a good thing The cause of inflation has been this historic pandemic which is upended life in so many different ways and particularly has upended America's supply chains Balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio Coming.
Fresh update on "palmer" discussed on Balance of Power
"Tuesday's mass shooting at an elementary school Speaking at the university of Delaware's commencement ceremony today Biden said once again he'll be meeting with grieving families As I speak those parents are living preparing to bury their children in the United States of America to bury their children Biden called on Americans to join hands and make the country safer in the face of fear and violence Vice president Kamala Harris is honoring the oldest buffalo shooting victim In a speech given during today's funeral service for Ruth whitfield Harris discussed the gun violence and racial tension raging across the country And I do believe that our nation right now is experiencing an epidemic of hate The funeral was for the oldest victim of the mass shooting at tops friendly markets that claimed the lives of ten people Ruth whitfield was 86 That's the latest I'm Julie Ryan And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Beijing will loosen mobility curbs in several districts beginning tomorrow this after authorities said its outbreak is under control while total COVID case numbers in the financial hub of Shanghai continued to decline A big glut of goods might mean big sales in the near future Big retailers rushed to build up inventories last year amidst were in consumer demand and transportation bottlenecks And now they're trying to figure out how to sell all their stuff Inventories rose $44.8 billion for companies on the S&P consumer indexes with a market value of at least $1 billion that reported earnings over the last two weeks All that according to data compiled by Bloomberg and it's up 26% from this time last year Governor Kathy hochul is beating her opponents in fundraising so far we get more about that from Bloomberg's Denny's Pellegrini Uncle has raised $10 million over the last four months compared to her opponent Tom swazi who is just about 4 million Swazi also released his tax returns after initially refusing Jumani Williams is the third candidate running for governor and New York one is his campaign for both fundraising numbers and for a look at his tax returns but the campaign has not yet responded Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini New York's grid operator sees electricity demand growing at a slower pace than previously expected this summer The story from Bloomberg's Charlie poet Customers are taking up solar power to supplement their energy needs The New York independent system operator says summer demand may climb 2.7% to peak at almost 31.8 gigawatts based on expected weather conditions That slower than its prior projection of a 4.6% increase most of the decline is due to homes and businesses installing solar panels Bloomberg's Charlie pellet there Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer This is Bloomberg You're listening to balance of power with David Westin on Bloomberg radio The collapse of terrorist.
"palmer" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"It. All right? So that's dreamer. We're gonna go through instrument a little bit faster since you guys kind of know how this is built up. And see how that would work. So instrument specific is to become instrument rated, very simple. We know that you get to that place where you take the check right, you become instrument rated. All right? Now, the time bound was just skip ahead and do that again. Let's say, buy Thanksgiving again. That makes sense to me, means we can settle down for the holidays, not have too much going on. Wouldn't want to be working on my instrument rating in December. Maybe it bleeds over, but let's have that goal of time bound, becoming an instrument rated pilot by Thanksgiving. So measurable what would this look like? Well, you're still going to talk to your local fight schools and instructors. Maybe you already have someone lined up. You like the place you're at, that can help a whole lot. It's possible to go and travel somewhere else to do it. That's also a possibility kind of an accelerated course in some different instances. Get a home Sims set up if desired, this will help out a whole lot in your instrument rating, take online ground school, there's a ton of knowledge involved when you are doing an instrument rating past the written test as part of that ground school endeavor, start discovery instrument flights. This is something I have done as an instrument students is just give them an introduction to instrument flying and see and basically just kind of get their head in the game on what it's going to look like, what it's going to feel like. It actually does help a lot with the ground school and stuff too, so there's some correlation there. Start to work your schedule. So schedule lessons, at least twice a week. Practice four times as much at home on your simulator as you do on the in the real airplane. If you have a simulator at your flight school, that's also very helpful. You can do a lot of time in approved simulators. Schedule your check ride, take your check ride, et cetera. So those are all these milestones or measurable parts of an instrument rating, okay? Again, you're going to be doing this specifically for your own thing. So just keep that in mind. Attainable will current money and time allow for this. Are you ready for this instrument is a big thing? Big commitment. So does all that fit? Is it realistic, et cetera? Relevant. This is kind of a moot point because if you are a pilot, it's relevant to all pilots. So sometimes it may not be the right time. I want to be careful with resistance and excuses there though, but sometimes it may not be the right time to get your instrument rating. You do have to build some time and things before that. But it is relevant to all pilots, you know, if you're a pilot, then someday you should plan on adding an instrument rating, I suppose that's what I'm saying, then of course, time bound by Thanksgiving. So that's how it would be broken down. Now, I know that's a lot of words, okay? It's a lot of words. So now what you guys are going to do is you're going to go through your own exercise of writing down your smart goal or goals, all right? So SMART specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, time bound, you can write those down now. I'm going to pause and then you guys can go through and fill one of these out. All right? Now that you've gone through and you've written a lot of this stuff down, that one thing kind of what's on your mind and how your mind has maybe held you back from this process, plus your smart goal, now I want you to think about what the end of this year could look like if you do actually achieve this. So how is that going to change your life? How will it kind of be a big stepping stone for the next step that you can take? This is a snowball process sometimes an aviation. You know, once you get your instrument rating, you're ready for your commercial once you get your commercial, you're ready to be hired or you're ready to get your CFI. So all of these steps, no matter what you're doing, no matter what kind of progress you're making, can just be a huge, huge thing for you. You know, this could be a really big year for you if you dive in and you use these tools and fight the resistance and make this happen. So I just really look forward to hearing what those are for you and how and how you plan on attacking those. I'd love for you guys to write me on Instagram is probably the best case. In this particular case, so you can just write me through DMs there. But there are many fun and exciting things ahead for you if you really put yourself to it and make this happen. And I know for me I have some pretty big things coming up this year. Like I said, we've got a baby on the way, which is a big thing that's going to be happening in August. I've got a lot of flying that I'm going to be doing in the summertime, some other media stuff. I can't really talk about that's going to be happening for YouTube and the Instagram channel. So there is plenty of great things happening on my end to I was pretty happy myself to leave 2021 behind. I'm really excited for 2022. Maybe you feel the same way. Feel like 2021 was harder than 2020, which is, of course, the pandemic year that we all had trouble with. But 2021 was harder for our family. Anyway, I'm excited for you guys. You have the sheet of paper now. You have something you can work with to start to move forward. Now, what you start doing is you start just chipping away at that measurable part where you can go one by one by one through these processes and make this happen. I think it's worth fleshing that out a little bit more. Like even having many smart goals within your big, smart goals to break down some of these other things that you need to do. Taking a written test is not any small thing. You have to obviously learn and study the material and then go take the test. There's lots of steps involved there. So break it down, little by little, make sure it fits within your time constraints. Commit yourself, fight that resistance, and I'm really excited for you guys to see what you come up with. All right, aviators, that is it for the pilot to pilot podcast here with Chris Palmer. It was a pleasure to fill in for Justin while he and his family are taking care of little Emmett. So enjoy seeing the stories Justin, hope you guys continue to enjoy this process. It's a long and a beautiful road. Sometimes very, very hard, but it is definitely worth it as you go along. So thanks so much for having me along today guys. If you want to reach out to me on Instagram if you have any additional questions or you just want to say thanks. Feel free to do that. Keep in mind to subscribe there and on YouTube and I also have my own podcast for you podcasters since you're already listening to podcasts, head over and check out aviator cast, which is a podcast that I've been running here and there since 2014. We mostly focus on flight training topics as you can imagine with my particular corner of aviation in what I do, and it would be great to have you guys there. Again, thank you so much for listening today. Hope you guys got something out of this. The biggest thanks you can give me is to go out and make 2022 an awesome year, and as I always sign off, until next time, throttle on AV nation that is a wrap of the pie out the pilot podcast. Guest host edition. I don't know if this is one through 5. I'm just recording one full swoop for all of this. So this applies to all of them. But thank you so much for the guest hosts for coming on. It was a blast to share this podcast with them. I have listened to each episode and they're all great, great content. And I'm so thankful for them to come on and let me take this break why my wife and I take care of our newborn son. But check out pilot's coffee, check out pile the pilot, leave a review on iTunes. If you already did, leave another review. Check out Spotify. There is a rumor that reviews are coming soon on Spotify. So check that out and leave review as well. But aviation hope you're having a great day. And as always, happy fun..
"palmer" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"A lot of people want to do. So that's one thing, commercial is another thing this is something that opens the gates for obviously working for a living. It's not always exactly that simple, but obviously once you become a commercial pilot, then there are jobs out there that you can get to fly. So maybe a career changes in order for you CFI becoming a flight instructor is a great start to a career, so that is something that you can work on right after your commercial and become a CFI, which is great for not only a career. But as a meaningful side gig in aviation, I see a lot of people doing the CFI thing. They're kind of burned out by their other career or aviation thing and the see if I think kind of brings them back to their love for aviation. So that's something they do on the side if you will. Maybe it's not like a big serious reading, but maybe it's something that you want to do for fun. Maybe you want to add your float rating. Some people end up doing a career in that, but most people just do it for fun. Maybe you want to add a float rating, lots of people haven't done their tailwind endorsement. So that's another thing. You know, multi engine. Again, that's something that a lot of people work on when they do commercial, but others are just kind of adding it on. Is there something out there that you just want to do? I fly with a lot of people here in Alaska that just want to go and get some mountain flying experience and flying in maybe some different weather or seeing some different types of airports. That's something I do often. You can kind of think outside the box on how to stretch yourself and become a different or a better pilot with some of those kind of a la carte items that are available in flight training or maybe it's nothing to do with any of that. And you're just wanting to stretch your legs as a pilot and go somewhere different. Maybe there's a $100 hamburger that's further away than you've ever been, maybe you want to fly to a certain family event or something, maybe you want to do something big and bold and fly across the country. You know, there are plenty of things that we can do with the current ratings that we have to get to the next step. So we could go on and on on that list because that's kind of endless. There are many different things that we can do in aviation that kind of stretch us. So I know everyone can have one of those. So write it down. What is that one thing that you are going to do this year or you want to do this year that you haven't done yet? It could be a big thing like actually getting your license, it could be getting an additional rating or it could be even just some big trip that you want to take. So let's pause for a few seconds and then I'll let you write that down and you can pause the podcast. All right, let's talk now about your mind. Now, there's a really good book that I go to often and I would definitely recommend it. It's a book called the war of art. Now this particular book is geared more toward a career thing or a creative endeavor, but one of the big things that this book talks about is something called the resistance. Now, the resistance is this force within you as a human that wants to prevent you from becoming your better self. The resistance is that thing that says, oh, I'll do that later. You know that procrastination is the thing that says, oh, I need more time to do that or I need more steps to do that. The resistance is something that is counter again to you becoming your best self. And as an instructor and often as a mentor at the same time, I see the resistance in a lot of people. And truth be told, I see it in myself all the time too. It's something that every single day we have to get up and fight this resistance and kind of recommit ourselves to the fight because life will knock you down if you let it and it will continue to keep you down unless you get up and you fight against that resistance. So that force within us that force in the universe, if you will, is something that is strong in people. So you're going to find and I'm sure you have found in your life that you've made excuses on why you couldn't go for that rating or couldn't go for that trip. These are all things that really work against us. And one thing I'm learning, this is something really interesting. I'm learning. This is a very side tangent. But I'm learning recently, I'm 37 years old right now. I'm learning recently that a lot of adults really don't know how to adult. Like there are just plenty of people that really don't have it together, I don't necessarily face that in the aviation field as much because I feel like if you're going to make it an aviation and you're in aviation, then you typically are someone that's a go getter and you're actually doing things with your life, but I've noticed that a lot of people just like they make excuses. They give in to the resistance and they kind of go nowhere. I'm not saying that to talk down on people. I'm just saying that this is a very powerful force and a lot of people never really figure it out. So if you're on the outside looking into aviation, really, we need to look into our own mind and understand why that may be, are you really making excuses? Are you giving in to the resistance? In this process, are you making too many excuses on why you can't instead of excuses on why you can? It's definitely something to think about and be really honest with yourself about. Now, think ahead to the end of the year. You've been wanting to do this thing that you wrote down for a while, right? You've thought about it. You've contemplated it, maybe you've given into the resistance. You've had excuses. You've had maybe even some real things that have gotten in the way. We'll talk about that here in a second. But you get to the end of the year and are you going to be able to live with yourself? Or live with the fact that you didn't do that? That once again, you let another year go by and you didn't do that thing. It's weird what happens. Again, I'm getting up there in years. I know I'm still very young. But I'm getting up there in years. And I always wondered why my parents said that time went by so quickly. Well, it does. I'm going to call this time irrelevancy. So time irrelevancy is where we just really don't know how much time is passing by beneath us as we're giving into the resistance and making excuses and just letting more time go by. So I want you to take a step back. I don't want to, I don't want you guys to get super down about this. Particular part, but, you know, step back, get the 30,000 foot view, the big picture, be unemotional about it, be pragmatic about it. Have you been making too many excuses? Have you been giving in to the resistance? Can you live another year without doing this thing? And.
"palmer" Discussed on Pilot to Pilot - Aviation Podcast
"Even by the time this episode's out where the next episode. So maybe two O two, there should be something new. But check that out. And also go rate this podcast, let more people find it, all that fun stuff. But aviation, I don't want to keep you any longer, so without any further ado, here is a guest host of the pie at the pile podcast. Welcome everyone to another episode of the pilot to pilot podcast, takeover. Today I am broadcasting to you from Homer Alaska. My name is Chris Palmer from Anglo attack. And I'm very honored to have had Justin reach out to me and ask if I could do an episode for you guys. First and foremost, it goes without saying, but needs to be said that I'm very, very, very excited for Justin and his wife that they are kind of nurturing and welcoming this new baby into their lives as a family man myself. There's just nothing that matters more than family and it's so wonderful seeing all the beautiful pictures and videos and stories that Justin has been sharing of Emmett and just seems like they're having a great time in their beginning days as parents. So just wanted to get that out of the way to begin with. I'm very excited for you guys, Justin and wish you guys all the best. I just think that you're really going to enjoy parenthood and so far you guys seem like awesome parents. So hopefully someday we can all be at OshKosh with our little boys and enjoying all the cool stuff that goes on there. I just think that there's so many cool young families right now kind of growing in aviation that soon enough it's gonna kind of be, I guess the influencers out there that are like parent influencers. I think that's coming down the road. So anyway, you and I will make plans. Let's give it a few years, but we'll make plans. So again, my name is Chris Palmer. I am from a company called angle of attack. I'm based here in Homer Alaska where I have a flight school and I often teach students in varying disciplines. So I really enjoy teaching primary students was just teaching a student yesterday how to land. So I really enjoy that process. I'm also really passionate about instrument training. And of course, I really love working for a living as a pilot. So commercial training and of course being a CFI is something that I love. So it's kind of the gamut of what I do between primary instruction all the way to CFI. I do a little bit of mountain training here as well in Alaska. And that's a lot of fun. Now, that's just what I do physically. Like if you're going to come learn from me, but some of you may know me from my YouTube channel, angle of attack from my podcast called aviator cast from my Instagram called angle of attack. I'm kind of out there in many different ways. I really enjoy teaching whether that be in person, but I also take a lot of that media and I put it online and so I really enjoy that process. So you guys are going to get a little bit of a taste of that today because we're going to dive into this podcast. It's a new year. And so I'm thinking maybe it should be a new time for you to be motivated or new you. Now I don't want to completely completely redo you, okay? You do you, but maybe it's time to take a step up in aviation and finally do that thing that's been holding you back. That thing that you just haven't quite done yet that you really need to get in and finally take care of. So we're going to talk about goals and steps in aviation that you could take. We're going to talk about how your mind can get in the way of that process, just natural human things that can get in the way of you achieving your goals and finally going for things. Talking about whether or not that's going to help you or hurt you this year, we're going to talk about smart goals, how to break down your goals if you haven't heard that acronym before. So we'll go through that with specific examples in aviation with different types of ratings and how that might look for you. And then we'll end on a positive note talking about what the end of the year could look like for you. Now, this entire process that we're about to go through is going to be interactive, all right? So if you are at home or a place that you can actually write things down, this is going to be an important part of the process. I am going to give you prompts during this podcast to write some of these things down. Feel free to pause the podcast while you think about and contemplate those things and write them down. Again, I'll give you prompts when that comes up. So let's dive right into it. Let's talk about the new year and the new you in aviation. So first we're going to start off with that one thing, all right? It goes without saying that you got to be a little careful when it comes to new year's resolutions. I think we can all get a little bit too ambitious sometimes. I know that this has happened to me in the past where I kind of try to do too much. I want something in my personal life in my work life in my spiritual life in my marriage as a parent. I have all these things and then it becomes too much and I don't do anything. Now, I think it's safe and fine to do something in each of those. I think that's completely relevant. I like the idea of having a new year, a new fresh start. The older I get, sometimes it feels like maybe in my own soul, sometimes it falls on deaf ears that I need to keep improving and sometimes things get a little bit too hectic in my life and I feel like, hey, I kind of just need a break right now. I don't need to be going after all these new goals and things. But all that to say, it is very important to find that one thing that you need to be doing. So since we're specifically talking today about aviation, let's talk about that one thing in aviation that you want to do. So I told you that we were going to be getting a piece of paper. Maybe it's a whole notepad for you, but get a piece of paper. And writing utensil, or maybe you're taking notes on your phone wherever it is, let's write this down. So what does that one thing that you want to do in aviation this year? That one thing that you've been wanting to do for a while that you haven't done or maybe last year just didn't go quite as you planned and you weren't able to complete it. Let's talk about those things and that one thing that you could do. So of course, you need to be writing that down. What that one thing is. But let me give you a couple ideas for perhaps some different stages where people may be at. So there's kind of the dreamer stage, and that's the stage where for many years or many months, whatever it is, you've been wanting to become a pilot, but you haven't quite gone after it. And a lot of things have held you back from doing that. But you haven't quite taken the steps to get there. So we're going to talk about that at some point. What about student pilot dropouts? So it's very common for people to drop out of flight training for one reason or another. And it is actually very hard to get back in the flight training. I would say it's easier for the dreamer or someone that's starting from zero to get in the flight training than it is someone that is a student pilot dropout. I think maybe there's a little bit of an embarrassment factor there, perhaps or just apprehension to go back to the fight school and say, hey, I want to pick up again. But whatever it is, you don't need to have any pride in that just there are plenty of people who drop out a flight training and want to get back into it. So we'll talk about that a little bit. Instrument, this is something that a lot of people know will help them and instruments one of those things that.
How Rep. Gary Palmer Is Ramping up the Policy Team
"How are you ramping up the policy team and the committee for the next cycle of elections and just really in general, educating our members more on policy than just a speech in a bumper sticker kind of answer? As you know, I brought back, I brought something into the policy committee. We hadn't had before. And that was the guide to the issues so that every member regardless of what committee thereon can speak intelligently on key issues. But I think the thing that we got to do. And you didn't say it this way, but the bottom line is when we get back in the majority we have to govern and we have to do the hard things. And I think our members genuinely want to do the right thing, I don't know that they fully understand that if we do what needs to be done, it's going to cost us something. You don't achieve greatness doing easy things. And I think it's going to come really around three things and it's one thing though. And that security. We've got to address national security and that includes securing the border and dealing with China and Russia. The other, though, is community security. People need to feel like that they can drive down the street or walk down a sidewalk and be safe that they're safe in their homes that their kids are safe in their schools that they can shop and stores that don't have to board up their windows to keep from being rated by looters. Community security is a huge thing. And then you really touched on this a good bit at the beginning. And that's individual security. People need to feel secure in the fact that they can have good healthcare that they can afford. And that successful that they're in charge of decision making for their own children, that their jobs are not going to be threatened by some government mandate. That they could walk into work on a Monday morning and said, well, you haven't done this government mandate whether it's vaccination or anything else. So you're fired. So it's really going to come down to security. And then last thing on the personal security is is we've got to address some of the long-term issues related to our debt. We're on pace by 2050 when your kids your grandkids will be out in the workforce of having our debt to twice as big as our entire economy. That's not workable.
Rep. Gary Palmer: 'The Vast Majority of Teachers Are in It for the Right Reasons'
"Has it been a sort of amazing to you how much control the education unions are mass vaccines, man? A really not wanting to go back in the classroom? Isn't that concerning going into this next elect cycle? And if it is, how can we talk about it in a positive way? To get people understanding. I think the vast majority of teachers are in that profession for the right reason done. The vast vast majority. I think they want to teach what's driving teachers out of the classroom, where all of the rules and the changes in curriculum and a lot of it has to do with stuff like critical race theory and all this wokeness. It's taking away from what they considered their live mission to teach a kid to read it, teach a kid how to do math or to have a love of history or science. And I think the education union is largely responsible for this. I don't think this is when you look at the number of people who teach in the school versus the number of people who are actually members of the education union voluntarily. It's a very small percentage that running this education into the ground. And by the way, we had a markup, a markup in energy commerce committee, where there were two or three Democrats that said CRT, critical race theory was a myth that it didn't exist that there wasn't being done in any schools. And entered into the record, a resolution from the national education association, calling for the teaching of critical race theory on every school in America and setting up a separate program within the NEA that they funded at a 120 some $1000 to promote it. That is going to be one of the most destructive things that we've ever seen happen to education in this country. And it's going to drive more and more kids out of the public
Why Are Conservatives so Squeamish About Educational Choice? Rep. Gary Palmer Tells Us
"Difference between the liberal perspective of education and the conservative perspective of education, especially when it comes to school choice. We believe that the parents and the families and the communities should have choice and how they pick and choose and how they go to school and how we redo that. Liberals of course with the NEA, the Georgia association of educators, Paige, others, folks like that. These union folks believe that is only the professional educators that should decide that and the government should be the choice. Why is it that we have such a hard time with Republicans and you know this wells out there? They might not say it out loud, but they get real squeamish when we start pushing choice, but yet we see it works in communities of color. We work in. It just works. Why are we so squeamish about it? Well, we shouldn't be. Every kid's different. There's not a single one of those NEA members that got up in the middle of the night. To take care of a warm markets when they were sick, or to change their diapers or to take them on their doctors appointments. They don't know our kids, don't. We do. And this is what you're seeing in education is a microcosm of what the country would look like under socialism. They want to make everybody the same and they want to control all of your personal decisions. Including the future of your kids. And what we want to do is empower parents to help their kids achieve. And to not try to force them into things that they're not prepared for or not ready for.
Rep. Gary Palmer: We Know More, But Understand Less
"How do we get back to valuing and this is an interesting because you got into light, and we're going to talk about your Alabama policy and Stephen everything. But you've hit something and I want to explore here. Do you think there's been a devaluing of not just education and how you get it? But also of work. Just the very Essex of work. Well, first of all, on the education side, I said this there's never been a time in history when people knew more but understood less. And we value documents over intelligence. Because you have letters at the end of your name does not mean you have common sense intelligence. I tell my kids this all time. Intelligence is no respect no stupidity is no respective intelligence. Because some really intelligent people will do some really stupid things. And I could be a case study for that. We all could be.
Kevin McCarthy Has a Clear Vision for Republicans' Messaging in 2022 and Beyond
"But across the country, as we look at this, one of the things I'm concerned about is that Republicans in certain areas will be ours and say, I'm gonna get a lead, 'cause I'm not a D and I'm not Joe Biden. Kevin, you and I have had many conversations. We've traveled the country together. I've been in leadership meetings with you. And one of the things I know about you is you like to sit, you like to plan, you know, you gave books to his friends. What is your vision in this election cycle coming up so that Republicans are not just simply saying I'm not Joe Biden? And I'll get Joe Biden when I get in. I think we gotta be better than that. And we've got to be done. How do we do it? We got to let people know what we are for. And the one thing all the members in conference are working on this. And then there's a lot of different people out there. Like a Jim banks you should watch. He's a rising star as well. You all know at least stefanik. She's very impressive. Gary Palmer. But the thing I would tell you, we're all in task forces. I think elections are best when they have contrast. You know what the Democrats have done, what will Republicans do? On the very first day, we'll eliminate proxy voting. So people have to say, bills have to go through committee. We'll secure the border, take away these executive orders of the moving through. We'll stop the runaway spending. We'll focus on American energy, make us energy independent on the past, we are going. So it'll lower your gasoline price. We won't be beholden to the OPEC. We're going to make sure that the elections are secure in the process of where you go. Not defunding the police, but actually providing them greater resources. So America becomes safe and secure on all neighborhoods. We're going to make sure parents have a say in the kids education. We've already introduced a parent's Bill of rights. This is just to start at the very beginning and what we're doing is having all the members work together. The last thing you want to do is get elected and try to figure out what you're going to do. No, let's tell the American public. This is what we will do, hold our feet to the fire. And let them make a
Toughest sentence yet for any Capitol rioter: over 5 years
"A a federal federal judge judge has has handed handed down down the the toughest toughest sentence sentence yet yet in in connection connection with with the the January January sixth sixth insurrection insurrection of of the the U. U. S. S. capitol capitol Robert Robert Palmer Palmer of of Largo Largo Florida Florida has has been been sentenced sentenced to to more more than than five five years years in in prison prison for for attacking attacking police police officers officers trying trying to to keep keep the the angry angry mob mob from from reaching reaching the the capitol capitol building building the the fifty fifty four four year year old old was was on on the the front front line line during during the the chaos chaos throwing throwing a a wooden wooden plank plank and and then then spraying spraying a a fire fire extinguisher extinguisher which which he he hurled hurled at at officers officers when when it it was was spent spent after after briefly briefly being being pepper pepper sprayed sprayed by by police police he he attacked attacked again again with with the the pole pole Palmer Palmer wept wept as as he he told told the the judge judge he he felt felt really really ashamed ashamed when when he he recently recently saw saw a a video video of of his his actions actions he he said said in in a a hand hand written written letter letter to to the the judge judge that that he he felt felt betrayed betrayed by by trump trump and and his his allies allies who who fed fed them them conspiracy conspiracy theories theories about about the the election election Palmer Palmer was was one one of of several several riders riders sentenced sentenced today today scores scores of of police police were were beaten beaten and and bloodied bloodied in in the the riot riot and and five five people people died died Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
Josh Palmer and Jared Cook each catch a touchdown in Chargers’ win
"Justin Justin Herbert Herbert threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and the the Chargers Chargers rolled rolled over over the the giants giants thirty thirty seven seven twenty twenty one one Joshua Joshua Palmer Palmer Jaylen Jaylen Guyton Guyton and and Jared Jared cook cook each each caught caught scoring scoring strikes strikes from from Herbert Herbert and and Austin Austin nectar nectar found found the the end end zone zone on on a a one one yard yard run run Mike Mike Glennon Glennon quarterback quarterback the the giants giants and and passed passed for for two two TD's TD's and and ran ran for for one one New New York York scored scored a a couple couple of of late late touchdowns touchdowns to to make make the the final final score score respectable respectable Chargers Chargers are are now now eight eight and and five five the the giants giants are are four four nine nine mark mark Myers Myers Inglewood Inglewood
Author Doug Giles Recounts a Harrowing Lion Hunting Experience
"Is always. Especially exciting when I have on Doug Giles, GI LES, he's a maniac, I consider that a compliment, a high compliment, my friend, Doug Giles, welcome. Eric how are you doing big dog? You are you're too much, and I say that in the good sense, meaning exactly the right amount. Behind you, I see a mounted Lion, which I believe you sent into glory with your own gun. Is that what happened? Yeah, I was fortunate to hunt this line back in 2015 right before doctor Palmer shot Cecil the lion and thank God, man, that I got it before the importation ban on lions from Africa. So this thing came to kill me. I know some of my enemies wish that it would have and we shot him nearly a point blank range with an old German double rifle in Eric. I'm telling you what that leaves memory burn. And when David said he killed a lion with his bare hands, I'm kind of thinking, you know what? I might call stair core Tori as the Latin would say, or as the Greeks, you know, hailing from your heritage. They might call that scuba lawn because I can't imagine trying to kill one of these big dog with bare hands. You have to have some kooky anointing of the Holy Spirit. I always assumed when David said that, that he was talking about with a sling. I just assumed that. It doesn't matter. Lions are scary and the line behind you. Now, when you say came to kill you, I mean, you were hunting lions. Is that correct? I mean, you weren't just like sleeping and stepping back in your own business and it came to kill you. And it was self defense, but close enough. Yeah, no, we were stalking him. We found a kudu that he had killed about three 30 in the morning. And you wanted to revenge because a friend of yours knew that kudu has a child? Exactly. His name was Bert, I think. And so we had to take revenge on him, but anyway, we found him about after tracking four or 5 miles, and he was tired of our stuff. And so he decided to see what these skinny white boys from America had to offer. And it was an incredible altercation. We got it on video. I'll never post it in public because Zuckerberg and Peter will have an absolute heart attack. But it's not for the faint of heart, brother. That's
"palmer" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from wonder media network. I'm jenny kaplan. And this is will manteca women now earn the majority of higher education degrees in the us. Today's educator was an early pioneer opening academic doors for women. She went from learning in a rural one room schoolhouse to being a leader in the country's finest educational institutions and in the face of immense opposition. She remained a fierce advocate for learning as a true equalizer. Let's welcome alice. Palmer alice freeman was born on february twenty. First eighteen fifty five on a farm in new york susquehanna river valley as the first child of james and elizabeth freeman. Alice grew up shouldering a lot of responsibility. Her days often started with washing dishes gathering eggs and dressing her younger siblings. Then she would head off to school in a one room building. One teacher assigned to teach all the grease but alice had an innate curiosity. She taught herself to read when she was just three years old and enjoy giving speeches no matter the audience. When alice was still quite young her father started studying medicine and he left for medical school. Alice's mother who is just twenty three years old kept the farm running. Perhaps it was then watching her family struggle to stay afloat that alice developed her belief in self sufficiency especially for women. Eventually alice's father returned home armed with a medical degree. The family abandoned farming and move to windsor new york so he could open up a practice their alice attended the windsor academy where she learned alongside male students and earned awards and composition and oration. Alice loved academics and desperately wanted to attend college but her family was not wealthy and at the time it was common for tuition money to be set aside for the oldest son so alice made her father promise. If he would pay for her degree she would use her education to put her brother and two younger sisters through whatever schooling. They wanted alice more than made good on her promise during her. Last two years of the university of michigan alice's father went bankrupt after a bad investment. Alice became the family's primary financial provider and would remain so for years. But let's rewind to the start of alice's college courier. Alice tried to enroll at the university of michigan but performed poorly on the greek and math sections at the entrance exam to school. Put alice on a six week. Trial period fine thought alice another hurdle to overcome. She spent the summer with other college bound. Friends obsessively studying and when analysis first semester started in. Eighteen seventy two. She soared through the trial in her junior year. Alice temporarily drop out so she could teach and earn money for her family but she made up the classes. She missed and graduated on time. The founder of wellesley college offered alice job as a professor. The college had open just four years earlier with an off female faculty eighteen eighty two. Alice was appointed wellesley college. I president she was just twenty seven years old as the first female college president in american history. Alice made waves as a promoter of women's education education. She argued made women into wise self-respecting civic leaders so alice established a web of secondary schools. That prepared girls for the rigors of college she strengthened wellesleys faculty and financial status and. She prepared her students to support themselves just as she'd done in eighteen eighty seven. Alice surprised the world of academia by getting married her husband. George palmer was a philosophy professor at harvard but the bigger shock was soon to come that same year. Alice announced that she was suffering from tuberculosis and resigned from wellesleys presidency. After a year spent convalescing alice. Return to the workforce as a public speaker. She traveled the country spreading the gospel of higher education for women. She spoke at women's clubs. Universities religious societies all over. Alice herself took on a central role in her speeches. It was commonly believed at the time the too much education de sexed a woman. Alice stood onstage as proof that this was not true alice also joined the massachusetts board of education and unsurprisingly gained a reputation as a fierce lobbyist. She and her husband. George took on harvard and tried to get the university to admit women on the same terms as men. Harvard told them. There was no money so alice raised at two hundred and fifty thousand dollar endowment harvard. Its bluff called walked back the agreement to allow female students. It would be another thirty years. Before the first fully matriculated women walked harvard's halls meanwhile illinois. The university of chicago was preparing to open. The university's president was worried about chicago's reputation as a rough western city. Since alice was the most prominent woman in higher education. He asked her to become the school's founding dean of women alice in turn made it her mission to create an environment in which email students would thrive when the university of chicago opened in eighteen. Ninety two women made up twenty four percent of the student body just six years later in eighteen. ninety eight forty. Three percent of the students are women but the universities men were alarmed. They felt the schools being feminized. Alice was subsequently marginalized and ignored after three years of this treatment. She resigned disillusioned about men no longer optimistic that they just needed a few years to adjust to seeing women as equals. Alice would never have another paying professional position. She dedicated the rest of her life energy her time her resources to supporting institutions. That would let women learn. She believed everyone deserves to learn alongside one another to work and grow as peers. That she felt was true. Equality in one thousand nine hundred two. While in paris. Alice died from a heart attack. She was just forty seven years old all month. We're talking about women who shaped the world of education for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing check out our newsletter manica weekly special thanks to liz. Caplan my favorite sister and co-creator talk to you tomorrow. This month of encyclopaedia will manica is proudly supported by unc greensboro founded as a women's college in eighteen ninety one unc greensboro presents. She can we can beyond. The women's suffrage centennial through performances films lectures and concerts. Unc examines how the decisions from our past affect us today. Join the experience and learn more at she can. We can dot. Unc g. dot edu..
New Orleans: Seniors Left in Dark, Hot Facilities After Ida
"Officials in New Orleans are promising thorough inspections of senior living apartments after finding elderly residents in deplorable conditions after hurricane ided tour through the region at least five seniors died inside privately run buildings that didn't have working generators residents who were in wheelchairs were trapped in upper floor units sweltering with no air conditioning and no electricity what we found was unacceptable and accountability will be across the board mayor latoya Cantrell promises a full investigation council member Kristen Palmer so some of the owners are tied into this loophole of independent living there like whoa whoa whoa it's our responsibility is independent living Mike it's not independent living if there's no power and you're in a wheelchair on the fourth floor and inspection strike team will be reviewing buildings in that category in New Orleans I'm Jackie Quinn
"palmer" Discussed on Overdue
"This stuff that we always say about like kind of slower more faculty than usual. You might have heard the theme music. They might have gotten lulled into a false sense of security. that is just. This is just another one of those episodes discount. Put it on. Take a nap nap. No we're no no nap for you. Wake up let's go. i'm not. I'm actually not driving this episode so the way that the show works. Is that each week. One of us read a book and tells the other person about it usually. It's book that you've at least heard of which we'll talk about for this one An andrew this week. What did you read. I read to like the lightning. That's t. o. By ada palmer nine guide on enjoying lightning not to like the lightning not to like the lightning Sure this is used to be. Who won one who liked the lightning. It's not one it's not three. It's too like yes Shout outs to lake on twitter. Who said okay. I can't be the only one who saw this title in this cover and thought it was an exploration of the cars franchise. No this is not about lightning mcqueen who could have been guests though. I think it would have been. I'm not going to say it would have been better but it would have been more like in line with my personal taste and experience if it had been a very over serious analyze ation of the movie cars. And that's it. That's your goof lane. That's where i live just normally as like you're looking for andrew. Send them mail lane like do. How do they reproduce what is inside them when you open the doors. This kind of important stuff like that. I promise we're gonna talk about this book andrew. I did see a tweet over the weekend. About how there is a pope mobile cards to and mom still reeling from that knowledge of this is a recommendation this book to like the lightning by ada palmer recommendation from some of our patriotic supporters. Maureen and anna anna. Just one let us know that Just listened to the show playing a lot of titan fall to Hope that your katie is pretty good. We'll take all the credit Marine says my regular to lightning to palmer. She's actually faculty in my grad program. Where a ago boy does how. I got to find out about her..
Lake Tahoe evacuees watching weekend with hope as fire slows
"Officials in California say they remain cautiously optimistic about efforts to fight that Caldor fire which is grown to more than two hundred and fourteen thousand acres with thirty seven percent containment he'll say the fire continues to move east but has been slowed down due to the rocky terrain cal fire operations section chief Jim Martin says that combined with favorable weather is keeping it from moving into south Lake Tahoe the incident continues to look better and better every day Eldorado National Forest supervisor dean Gould ad for grew a little over eight hundred acres yesterday that's a least a growth since day one all right that's pretty impressive but fire behavior analyst Stephen Palmer with cal fire says it's no time to let your guard down especially for the more than four thousand firefighters out there there's still a lot of heat out there there's still a lot of hot timber there's still a lot of tree stumps there's still a lot of potential for this fire to get out and move on us I'm Julie Walker
Midwest Tartaria, Giants, Reset Civilizations and Strange History with Randy Tartarian - burst 09
"I'm crazy podcast. I'm your lovable host. Mark palmer investigator of all things weird researcher all things call journey into the mystic realms of the every day and the other world either way. And we're here today with randy. I call him randy tartari in because he's got a whole nother style. He's into tartari. He's into researching what they're really is to be seen when you take a look at some of these town hall buildings and churches structures that seem to have layers going underground or maybe were in places that have been dug up. It's fascinating stuff. And i was happy to have him on for his first podcast ever so we kind of went all over the place as he was definitely excited Told me he listens to this show. So it's cool. It's cool to have someone who's listened to some from my heart and soul my mind and i want to remind everybody that this is my purpose that i saw it out when i was younger. I was mentioned in psychedelics. Smoking weed every day reading these books. I told myself you know it's gonna find my higher purpose in align myself with that. I created that intention to help others to help the little ones the children and the animals and all the small creatures of the earth that create life that we all are so grateful for. I know i am so just a reminder folks set your intentions hi. This is a love cast. It's all love and show randy some love and kindness. Because like i said this was his first time. Ever on a podcast. And i think he was very very well researched. He had some really interesting pictures to show us a police. If you got the love bug like i do over the patriots dot com slash m. fdic and show some love. We'd love to see you there. Join the family and you know. That's where the scene is at synchro. Mystic exploration of the ever expanding now and on our latest journey we went to maka moody's state park and you can hear all the information about that on our patriotic as we heard some really interesting modest noises definitely google search that m. o. o. d. u. s. Noises either way. Enjoy this conversation with randi. The tartari and police will
"palmer" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews
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Throw their hands up and exasperation and yell. This won the oscar listening. Subscribe to toss popcorn. Iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows you love trivia if you look the hugely popular stuff you should know podcast than the trivial pursuit game stuff. You should know addition a for you with six hundred questions. Weird and unbelievable trivia in categories. Like litz legends and conspiracies asked why s case alexa mix of topics handpicked by podcast hosts josh and trump get the trivial pursuit game stuff. You should know addition today wherever you get your favorite lord game on with mario lopez. It's up around. Mario lopez joining me now on zoom from the new. Show the ultimate surfer jesse palmer. Welcome to the show man. How you doing dude mario. Thanks so much for having me on appreciate it. Oh my pleasure. My we'll congrats on the new show. Ultimate surfer. I love surfin. This is fine. And i. And i i'm trying to think. Has there been observant shell before the hasn't really been a surfing. Show right yeah. I don't think so this shows pretty unique because it kind of incorporates. A lot of shows that i think viewers at home. We'll be pretty familiar with so. It's like a serving show meets. Big brother meets bachelor in paradise. Essentially sort of what this says got it. And how does it work so fourteen of the best surfers in america. Seven men seven women that comes from hawaii california florida puerto rico all coming together competing and surfing to become the ultimate surfer. Win one hundred thousand dollars and get a spot on the world surfing championship tour. Which is you know. That's the pinnacle of surfing professional surfing. It's essentially like the nfl of surfing. So there's lots on the line but you get fourteen really good looking. People are living together. Anything can happen. So we got lots of drama in the water out of the water up. Because there's so much on the line and that essentially is what show it. And i'm assuming you're hosting jesse i'm hosting this show mario. I grew up in ottawa canada. Which is the mecca of pro surfing. As we all know so i did. I did absolutely vis much growing up right. I was a snows- snow server. All that snowboarding. Right but it's funny man like since i played football with the gators than the new york giants. I've i've always kind of been a fan of serpent from a distance and kelly slater is named to me. That was a guy that i sort of looked at i admired. He's like the michael jordan of professional surfing when eleven world championships. He's totally transcended the sports. So when i found out that he was a part of this and we were going to be filming the show at his surf. Ranch in california. I just do. This is something that i absolutely had to be a part of. Oh i'm excited to hear that. He's a part of it. I didn't want to ask. And i was gonna be disappointed if he was in. Because i would venture say. Because i do love surfing in being in southern california kid i would actually say not only is kelly one of the best servers of all time. It definitely the best but just all around best. Athletes really is the way he's been able to stay on top for so long. It's just unbelievable. And the things he's been able to do i. Honestly i'd i'd put them in there in the mount rushmore for best athletes. I don't that's not far fetched right. No i think you're absolutely right. And i think the thing which really cool about kelly when you get to kind of know him and you're around him you see he's got this crazy. Laser focus mental toughness that so many of the great athletes have right. I think my childhood growing up and people being canadian wayne gretzky. And then michael jordan. We mentioned tom brady today. They all sort of have that. It factor. that's something. Kelly has. Which is why i think he's a big reason why he's been so successful for so many years now in a sport exactly end as opposed to those guys to. I always think individuals sports right. 'cause there's so many factors that go in as you know to team sports but as an individual sport and to stay on top for so long credibly impressive so that's cool that he's involved serious credibility right there. Where where'd you find the other servers as opposed to or not as oppose. I should say aside from america. Where are the best ones. Come from well on this show. Mostly everybody's american. We got one guy coming in from puerto rico as well at our surfers basically come from all different walks of life and all the different levels of circuit we have some of the competitors on a show that have actually already been on the world surfing championship tour. So they've been there and they know by winning this. They get a chance to get back on at the championship towards so hard to get you expensive yet the travel. It's so competitive. Zoo now so i think for them. That's really really unique to. I think for viewers at home really. I mean you don't have to be crazy surf fan to watch and like this show. I think what's cool. Is that a lot of people are going to connect with our surfers because they all have their own individual sewri they all come from different backgrounds and a lot of them have had sorted navigate a different path. Getting to this point some have had to deal with different personal obstacles. Some different traumas. They'd had to get over to get here. Everyone has their own. Why why they're doing it. Why this means so much to them. This really is a once in a lifetime. Opportunity for seven minutes seven women and there's so much on the line. I think those personal stories in connections. I think we're really resonate with a lot of people at home. Yeah no it sounds very cool man have you. Have you tried it now have you. Have you gotten out there. I've tried surfing. I wasn't able to serve on this show because they were afraid. I was going to get hurt. I probably would have pulled might have torn a couple of acl's we all know that would have happened. Inevitably i would have been worth it though. So inevitably mariel. I'm the guy that's like hosting the show tons of foam. Oh i've just got all this envy on the sidelines watching all these beautiful people in the water. Doing what they're doing. Kelly's out there billy camper was like one of the best big wave surfers in the world. He comes on the show and they're just like the surf rant is like one of the most amazing places in the world like seven football fields. Long waters like glass. The perfect wave every time. And i'm just. I'm just kind of there on dry land just allen myself off is because i'm just jealous. Well the thing is about surfing. And i'm sure this show will inspire a lot of people to try it. You can suck and it's still a lot of fun. Just yeah what you know what i mean. You don't even have over there with the big board. I'm still having a good time. Just being out in the sun and with the water and everything. It's it's fantastic jesse. I won't talk a little football season. How do you. How do you feel about my chargers. Do you do think they have a really legitimate shot this year. So i i love the chargers. I love your quarterback. You've got justin herbert the rookie of the year. He's going to be your guy for years and years and years and it's now just about building the team in the pieces around him. You've got so many weapons throat right now. I feel like the chargers doing that. The only problem. I have with the chargers. Mario is that you you play in patrick mahomes division. I know we can't help that. I know but you don't remember when herbert and the first game out even having reps he was winning most of that game they barely let us game. that was some coaching. So i'm not scared him. I think i think our guys are gonna be fired up. We'll say to i. I like the bullets this year. I like the bullets this year. I think we could see a little sneaky playoff run from good. I liked that. I liked that i liked that right there. You.
Coaches Charged With Murder in Heat Death of Georgia Student
"To Clayton County coaches now face murder charges in the 2019 heat stroke death of a student athlete, so we think it's a good thing generally that, um they were indicted, says the attorney for Amani Bell's family to WSB Upon learning of the indictment against coaches LaRosa, Maria Walker, US CARRY and White Palmer. The two coaches face second degree murder, second degree cruelty. The Children. And involuntary manslaughter charges. Grand jury calls the two responsible for conducting training in dangerous heat, resulting the death of the elite Scholars Academy basketball player in August 2019 family attorney Justin Miller. There are other people who did things or who were negligent, who need to kind of face some kind of justice for what they did. Edgar trinkets 95.5 WSB
Lawmakers give Cuomo deadline in impeachment probe
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting lawmakers give new York's governor a deadline in an impeachment probe New York governor Andrew Cuomo has been given an August thirteenth deadline by state lawmakers to provide additional evidence as they investigated his conduct in office the assembly's Judiciary Committee has been investigating foremost it's March looking into sexual harassment allegations misleading the public about covert nineteen outbreaks at nursing homes and using state resources and staff for his five million dollar book deal he don Palmer was turned up earlier this week when state Attorney General Letitia James released findings of an independent investigation concluding global sexually harassed at least eleven women at a news conference Thursday New York mayor bill de Blasio he should step aside right now Cuomo has denied making any inappropriate sexual advances hi Mike Rossio
USA's Allman Wins Gold in Discus Throw
"J. Carey took control of the women's floor exercise Monday in Tokyo final score of fourteen point three six six the top the podium to take gold earlier Monday USA gymnastics announced that Simone Biles will take part in the finals of the balance beam Tuesday fell real men won gold for the U. S. in the women's discus a top throw of sixty eight point nine eight meters I feel really thankful that to have a really solid first there but it just became of of St it became a game of staying mentally tough and and just going with the flow American women also made it to the podium I believe great silver in women's seventy six kilogram wrestling crystal Palmer bronze in women's three meter springboard diving Sarah Robles a bronze in the women's eighty seven kilogram weightlifting class the four time gold medal U. S. women's soccer team will play for bronze after Canada knocked them off the semi final by a score of one to nothing I'm Jonathan
Chinese Scientists Design Metafabric to Radiate Heat; Keep Wearer Cool
"On friday we talked about a new passive cooling fabric created by a team of chinese researchers in a recent publication in the journal science with the aim of defending humans against climate change. the researchers embedded titanium dioxide. Nanoparticles into a polymer and then coated it. With a thin layer of reflective palmer that allows for passive cooling meaning. You could cool down without needing a fan. They embedded this fabric into a vest that keeps its users about five degrees celsius cooler. Let's get into the nano science. That makes this fabric giga cruel. When something is out in the sunlight like a hot car it absorbs photons which get converted into heat while that he can be radiated back out in the form of infrared wavelengths the atmosphere around it immediately absorbs infrared light and traps the energy in the form of heat in the vicinity of the car which presents it from cooling down in the case of a human being we generate extra heat on top of that just by being alive and having a functioning metabolism with temperatures rising every year that becomes a problem the way to get around this kind of heat lies in passive cooling passive cooling takes advantage of an area on the infrared spectrum where gases can't absorb light called the atmospheric window in this window photons and therefore heat can escape rather than get absorbed allowing the object or person to cool down much easier. This is the principle behind a passive cooling material that uses two main steps to cool you down first of all the material reflects as much light as possible to avoid heat and secondly it redirects any absorbed heat into the atmospheric window making these kinds of materials into clothing however means that they need to be flexible. Washable and sweat resistant. Which is tougher than it. Sounds
Urshela's 3-Run HR Lifts Yanks Over Mets 4-2 to Avoid Sweep
"The Mets and Yankees split a doubleheader with the national leaders earning a ten five win in the opener before the bombers collected a four two victory the Mets torch the Yankees bullpen for six runs in the seventh inning of the opener Peter Alonso hit a tying home run off Aroldis Chapman leading off the inning before Jose Peraza lined a go ahead two run double that was aided by fan interference G. O. R. shows three run blast in the second inning of the night cap but the Yankees back over five hundred Alonso Wanda Palmer hit both ends of the twin bill for the Mets who's leading the NL east is three and a half games over the Braves I'm Dave Ferrie
USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster
"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.
"palmer" Discussed on Jim Beaver's Project Action
"And with that we're gonna roll into this interview with britney palmer come. I guess to project action this week. Ufc octagon girl and artists. Britney palmer how's everything going britney and doing. I'm doing good. Thanks for having me. Yes you are you back from chicago you still in chicago. How does that work out with the traveling. Ufc I'm back from chicago. I arrived yesterday morning. i mean it's i travel with you have see the big pay per view events Yeah i mean it's good like good. Traveling can be a little hard sometimes. But i've been doing it for so long that i kind of have my rhythm so it works out well and i guess travels probably got a little bit easier for you now. I mean not not easier. But i know at one point with you. Were working just about every single weekend right now. Is it just kind of the major pay per view events. They bring you in for exactly. Yeah and i mean that was. The choice of those are yummy. And i made because we were doing every single event ultimate fighter and we were just always constantly at the airport And then you know we both just kinda needed a little time to do what we both have going on other than working with you have see and You have see is such a great company to work for and be with as long as i have been and they were you know happy to blige and you know there are times when you say like when the ufc was in austin. And i love often. My best friend lives there and it was a smaller fight. But if i asked Dana you know he'll he'll love me work if i'm like. Oh i really wanna go to austin. They'll have no problem but yeah it's pretty much just the big the big card. You feel like an. I know i've done this. You know. now it's kinda to the point where. Tv and everything else and established. So i can i. I don't want to say pick and choose because you still want to stay busy but it's like there for a while. I was on the road every single week. And that's like every other weekend maybe on the road and it's like i feel like i've got a little bit of normalcy to my life but i feel like when you're getting established almost have to take like every last gig last. Call you you have to be on the road. It's like we'll travel. We'll work you know. Yeah and then you build a certain name within the company. You're with you know. Because i did that with. Ufc for so long. I'm considered one of the. Oh jeez you know. Just because i just such a staple the company so and when i was a little bit younger and didn't have much going on. You know it's fun. And i got to see the world but i mean you know. How many times can you go to all these places. And you know. I've been everywhere and Yeah i it was really really fun when in the beginning and and it's still is so much fun but it's nice it when i have two weeks off i feel like it's like a year. I'm just like oh god i have so much time on my hands even though it's only like two weeks but Yeah it makes it makes your home time quality. I got a question for you. Because i know me working in motor sports like i. I've been to pretty much every city in this country at this point every major city. But i don't feel like. I've seen anything other than the airport. The racetrack maybe a restaurant or a bar. But it's not like like it's fly in two or three days worth of work flyouts like. I don't really get to see everything. I mean you. Have you been able to build in time where you actually able to see you know. Spend an extra day and just kind of explore the city and things like that or are you pretty much on that you know it's just a grind where it's in out you know work well. It depends on what city i meant. Like for instance. When i go to vancouver. I always make sure to take the late flight home on sunday or an early flight in on thursday so i can have that extra day I mean last time ariani. And i went to then cougar. We did A helicopter voter shoot tour through whistler you know through the mountains and it was beautiful and or if i'm in new york i same thing i go early on thursday and i say late show sunday or monday and just like make them time Chicago was a little different had to I was in new york before chicago. So i wasn't able to attend the way in and then i just had to fly home yesterday. That was just like a one day thing but it just depends you know Sometimes we squeeze in some You know extra days to play around wherever we are. Sometimes you just come right back and you mentioned early on a couple of times. I wanted to ask you about your friendship. I mean how did that all steamroll because before prior to you working with you guys had never met right or just slowly traveled so much together. It's become this are just seems like even on social media. You guys are always together and things like that i mean. How did that friendship build. Well i mean it's interesting are yanni and i both grew up in the same town We both from las vegas. We went to high school. That were you know. Not far away from each other She's like you know you're older you know in grade. I think that great higher than me and we never met or anything. I'm sure we might have crossed how that was a party in high school. I have no idea but You know when you travel with someone who's your age and travel the world just becomes best friends and she's really one of my best friend. I have more photos of her with her than any of my other. My best friends. I've known since i was in grade school. So you know she. She's just like a sister to me. We know each other. We travel so well together. We go to hong kong or to bali on just a vacation and we don't fight. There's not like we can sleep in the same room like we just like have the same. We know each other so well especially when you travel with someone as much as we do and we're always together when we're tired or we have a stressful day or whatever hungry angry or whatever girls call it. We're just you know we're we're a good fit for each other. She kinda. I can like we call each other down or hype each other up. It's nice when you talked about growing up in vegas. And i mean i have. My grandma lived in vegas. It's spent a lot of time there. And i mean just with my racing career in vegas probably twice a month but growing up in vegas i always wondered you know and i've got some friends that did and some some kind of went down a bad path and others..
Analytics Solutions & KPIs For SMB Marketing With CallRail Marketing VP Palmer Houchins
"Or i palmer. Welcome back to the marta podcast. Thanks for having me exuded a continue our conversation. We've talked a little bit about what an sm be. What are some of the marketing tools that they should be using had a manager bootstrap budget and really the takeaway. Here is when you're thinking about marketing a small business. You're going to be resource constrained from a time perspective from a people perspective and also probably from a budget perspective. So you really need to make sure that your business is operating efficiently and to do that. You need to figure out the analytics seems to be something that is right in call rails wheelhouse talk to me about how you advise and medium size businesses to evaluate the efficacy and efficiency of their marketing efforts. I think as we've seen the digital marketing landscape really playing field level for us in bees. A lot of times we think of that is just the front end of what we're able to go out and do from marketing perspective. But a lotta times looks forget has just how much data getting on the back end now with that even for a small kind of local business. There's just a plethora of opportunity whether it be on actual ad performance figuring out how to tie that back to lead which is something correal does a great job to but i would even say beyond that just simple web analytics and being able to track conversions and understand which pieces of marketing are really resonating with your customer. Base is just something that i think was before. Let's go back. A few decades was really only available to the big guys who had the big budgets with market research resources. So i think there's a lot of lightweight analytics that even the smallest of small businesses are just going to have at their disposal. Right out of the gate.
"palmer" Discussed on MarTech Podcast
"Be week where palmer night discussed. How marketing for small and medium-sized business is different than enterprise palmer. Welcome to the mar tech. Podcast thanks for having me very excited to have you on the show very excited to talk to someone else from the call. Rail team guys have been a sponsor of the mar tech podcast since we started our sponsorship program and finally were talking to the vp of marketing. The head honcho of the show. Congratulations on accepting the new role and excited to have you on our show. Having to be here thanks for having me and thanks for being a great partner. So you've had a long experience working with small to medium size businesses. You previously worked at another sponsor.
"palmer" Discussed on Soundrise Podcast
"Power trio so they tried to recruit drummers. It was very hard. At the beginning they wanted to get mitch mitchell from jimi hendrix experience. Another fantastic drummer. Who i think at that time the jimi hendrix experience had just disbanded so he was looking for a new gig. But for some reason this never came to fruition that they were supposed to jam with mitch mitchell and jimmy hendrix together and form a group with jimi hendrix. I don't know how that would come about what that would look like. That sounds to me like a very weird combination to be honest. Who knows perhaps it would have worked. But it never really came to fruition. There were so many rumors about this. That according to greg lake were vastly exaggerated so the band finally found carl palmer who was suggested by somebody but called par. Carl palmer at that. Time was the drummer of another great band called atomic rooster. And i have to say that you should all check out these bands. Both the nice atomic rooster of course king crimson. We don't need to say anything about that. It's one of the biggest bands of the seventies of of the entire history of rock music. But maybe these other two bands are not so well known particularly the atomic rooster. So check them out. Especially if you like the kind of heavy early seventies late sixties sound you know if you like the likes of black sabbath for example. I think you will also enjoy atomic rooster. So and we finally got this trio. Three great musicians at first palmer was hesitant to leave atomic rooster but then after some persuasion he realized that he had a great shot with these guys and then they went on to record their debut record. And many people consider their debut alongside in the court of the crimson king to be.
"palmer" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"Some people wondered if michael fell into the river and died of hypothermia but the authorities discounted this theory deadly glacial. Silt fills many of the rivers in alaska. Not only does the cell make the river's murky but when a human falls into the river. The silk quickly fills their clothes dragging them to the bottom where they stay submerged. The little sioux cetina river though is shallow clear river with little silt. Furthermore logjams banned the river a short distance downstream from where searchers found michael's bike. If michael had fallen into the river the logs would have caught his body as he floated downstream. Police brought in tracker dogs but the dogs did not follow. Michael sent to the river instead. It was as if he evaporated or perhaps he'd never been on the road at all. Maybe he never left the party. Michel's oldest brother. Chris did not bleed. The bike found in the river was the one michael had been. Writing and michael's father remain skeptical of the story. Mike's three friends told about the night. Mike disappeared. The father hired two different private investigators to look into the matter. One of the investigators moved from wasilla when someone made threats against her life. The other investigator uncovered rumors suggesting michael had never left the party and was either murdered or kidnapped. The troopers have never substantiated. This rumor months after michael disappeared a local boys dated. He saw someone beat and then shoot michael unabridged but the boy claimed he made up the story when questioned by authorities michael's oldest brother. Chris said he heard rumors about fights at the graduation party and he thinks something terrible happen to his brother. At the party. Michael's father believes his youngest son is dead. You can find many rumors about michael's disappearance on the internet. Several people claim they know who murdered michael palmer and they say he died at the last party boys attended. Authorities also heard some of these rumors in a newspaper accounts six weeks after michael disappeared. Lieutenant j. yakup hats with the alaska state troopers said. They'd received hundreds of tips chase down. Dozens of leads and performed several polygraph tests. At this point though y-u-c-c-a pot said everyone listed as a suspect passed with flying colors michael palmer's case remains open. Hopefully if anyone has credible information they will eventually report it to the alaska state troopers and perhaps the palmer's will finally be able to bury. Michael michael is a caucasian male with brown blonde hair and blue eyes. He has left handed. You can find an age progression photo of michael in the show notes for this episode. The image from the charlie project is an estimation of.
"palmer" Discussed on Murder and Mystery in the Last Frontier
"Charles and lisa palmer had a daughter hannah and three sons chris chucky and michael in nineteen ninety nine the palmer family lived in wa silla alaska a town of approximately ten thousand residents located forty three miles or sixty nine point. Two kilometers northeast of anchorage on june third. Nine hundred ninety nine fifteen old. Michael palmer asked his parents if he could spend the night at his friend's home with a few of his buddies. Instead of sleeping in the friend's house the boys stayed in an outbuilding they referred to as the clubhouse in the wee hours of june fourth. The boys slipped away riding their bicycles to a series of high school. Graduation parties in the area. Michael's friends said michael drink several beers throughout the night but they insisted he acted fine and was not incapacitated by the alcohol. According to other party goers a fight broke out at the last party the boys attended some observers. Said someone hit michael in the head. During a scuffle other partygoers claimed they saw someone beat michael until his face and head were bloody michael's friends claimed michael seemed fine at four. Am when they began the nine mile or fourteen point five kilometer bike ride home from the last party. According to mike's powell's they started together on their bikes but after a while mike fell behind them. They pulled over and waited for mike at the seven. Eleven on the parks highway but when he never arrived the boy said they thought mike must have gone to his own home. The others eventually continued down. The road on their bikes. The boys later told authorities. They last saw michael at the intersection of pittman road and silver drive an area near the little sioux city. A river michael's mother lisa nursing. Assistant at providence alaska medical center. She called the home where michael was staying on the morning of june fourth and the person who answered the phone told her michael was asleep in the clubhouse. When lisa palmer arrived home from her shift at three pm she realized her son was missing and she learned. He never spent the night at his friend's house. Lisa called the alaska state troopers by then. Michael had been gone for eleven hours. Michael's parents told authorities. That michael was a good boy. He was a happy teenager. Who was excited about getting his driver's license soon. They were certain. Michael would never run away from home. Investigators also did not believe. Michael vanished voluntarily. The next day they discovered the bike. Michael had been writing in the little susana. A river and searchers found his wet sneakers next to a private airstrip located two hundred yards from the little sit in a river. Fifty searchers come the woods near the river but they found no trace of.
"palmer" Discussed on Blackout Podcast
"Hello and welcome to the block. How podcast where you get to talk to amazing people that do amazing things and today. Happy to have ashley palm that is correct. S great thanks. We'll go into bunkers on. Thanks for having zoo. Let's start with wayne. Did you first start drawing. Anything i would say in like pre-primary we had a. I don't want to say a competition but essentially we're doing like a recycling day project or something. We had to draw a picture and then the best picture was input into a coloring book. For all of the different schools they picked one person per school. And i won that and then ever since then i've always done like drawing and creative arty type stuff and So you don't ask. I didn't go to nasqad at all for any sort of like artistic training of any kind. I studied Special events planning in george brown in toronto and totally unrelated. I had applied to go to nasqad after i graduated high school. However my family is not very into the arts so i decided against it and ended up working for a couple of years before i even went to college in toronto and now i'm just kind of getting back into it. It's always been a like a side project or a hobby or something like that but it's never been a main focus of mine. I'd like for it to be eventually I guess like well. I love instagram. Also instagram handle again. My name ashley palmer with three is at the end. What was let's go way to three hours. Actually palmer was taken actually palmer with two hours of three. I was able to. It's my social media for everything so it just kind of syncs up everywhere. Yeah so it's easy so exactly instagram. Like it's great and wendy. Do stop making the things on instagram. Like the soyuz 'lustration. Yeah it's like digital illustrations..
"palmer" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Then they can go to my website. Because there's also a lot of books because i'm also of the ignite series. I've been in three of those narrow amazon best-sellers night compilation books. That really great science. Good busy people. So www dot rosalyn palmer ro seal wyan palmer dot com and as a page of. My book says a page on my courses. I oversee do the transformational therapy. Which is hitting therapy based and then the coaching as well and soon. I'm going to have my own podcasts. I look out for on all the podcasts platforms. Were just did not place done. Six episodes that are at the cancer is going to launch late. October early november school. Monkey business sites really about how leading business people calm or tame that monkey. Mind that chimp. Mind in good times and bad to to get through. Be the success that they oh so. Yes look out for that or just google being. I'm sure you'll find me on lots of places you know. Definitely have that in the show notes. And congratulations again on the show. It's it's a blast. I love doing this and I'll i'll make sure i make a note of it in in the show notes and then once it's a live out in the wild then i'll update it so it has the actual link to the show as well so rosalyn. Thank you so much for your time today. Really appreciate you and in this awesome doing less shape for having me on. I really appreciate it. Thank you thanks for listening to the leadership show part of the breakfast leadership network visit breakfast leadership dot com for tips on empowering your business and your life..
"palmer" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back. I've got rosalyn palmer on the rosalind how are you. I'm getting thank you how you today. Oh this morning. it's morning afternoon evenings. Whenever someone's listening to this could be a completely different time zone in time. Good day that that's usually how people now is just a day. I i have no idea when you're gonna open this or listen to this so good day everybody in great to have you on the show I love your. I love your backstory. Love the work that you do so tell the audience a little bit about Your journey and in obviously gonna talk about burn out a little bit but you know what you know how you've been able to navigate your life and now live your ideal life till i to myself as the accidental therapist. I if you divest may ten years ago. I was going to be a transformational therapist. In coach. I might about a vague idea that that was something kind of interesting but i wouldn't have thought that i'd be really in that territory so my my background was humble. Beginnings grossest also lived above the shop. But the little a lister little super driven. I'm going to make my parents really proud..
"palmer" Discussed on podnews
"Musician author and Speaker Amanda. . Palmer has launched a weekly podcast, , the art of asking everything, , and of note, , the show entirely paid for by over fifteen thousand people on patron. . US is now on series news service on phones, , tablets, , and home part. . Hey theory plain news from pot news is how to hear US and hey theory change my news to pod news is how to hear us more. . He'll find us in the tech news category in the US. . Canada UK and Australia also things that work are collector play news from news or. . Plain news from news podcasting news. . New Research from pod news shows away to identify up to fifty percent more user agents according to a piece published yesterday and sounds profitable pod Muses Aztec newsletter it uses our s s user agent data and it's all open on get hub. . You can subscribe to sound profitable. . And Tech Dot Org News Dot net. . Wonder about the power of podcasting pogue Save America has helped raise twenty two point seven million dollars from over a quarter of a million people to help a campaign against US politician Mitch. . McConnell. . As one of the organizers of the British podcast awards Matt deegan notes it's a great example of supercharging an audience. . Acosta's launched in Canada with Canadian empty had Gordon formerly of CBC and Radio Canada. . It launches working with chorus CBC e one and others and has already had more than eleven million downloads the companies now operating on the ground in ten countries around the world. . Two hundred and eighty thousand shows started in the last ninety days Steve Goldstein writes in an article showing house and when to pull the plug on your podcast. . Captivate podcast host is to integrate with ZAPPA and are looking for Beta testers. . Apia allows the number of automation triggers with over two thousand APPS and services. . We use it to post stories to twitter facebook and link Tin I'm an adviser to captivate and do you wish your favorite blogs on news websites could be podcasts. . Herald part is a new service that lets you email articles to turn them into a personal podcast. . Fade would into a sample podcast from the system today. . And in Polk News and other podcast about podcasts on the way, and , if that sounds a bit matter, that's , because it literally is it's cold matter a podcast about podcasts. . It's presented by nine podcast reporter in Australia Peter Wells working with a cast, , the ABC's trace podcast has just published the final episode of trace the informer examining a lawyer who represented some Australia's most dangerous criminals while secretly working as a police informer. . Between the devil launched yesterday new show from scripted horror network the violet hour in one, , thousand, , nine, hundred, , , five, , the war child charity album help was released help the story of the war child album documents. . The album's creation with lots of interviews from many of the key figures behind the records creation and whirlwind from Entercom cadence thirteen will have its first episode tomorrow telling the story of the seventy five year battle between the US and Russia could lead to the election and impeachment of an American President, ,
"palmer" Discussed on Spark My Muse
"This is source school lesson one sixty. And Inert Way of knowing. Today I'm going to be reading some excerpts from. The courage to teach exploring the inner landscape of Teachers Life from the tenth edition by Parker J Palmer. But I'm not going to be reading so that you can get some advice about how to teach classrooms. This actually has to do with broader issues that we're facing as a country in the United States and in places around the world. How do we talk to each other? How do we ask? Communities speak to each other where we have different points of view we come from. Different sides of the political spectrum. OR ONE WE DISAGREE And how do we know what we know? And how do we know that what we know is true? These are topics that are covered in Parker Palmer book that is addressed to teachers, but also more broadly to leaders, and to those of us who want to be good communicators and want to see things. Put to rights. Going to start reading on page fifty one. And read to page fifty five, not in its entirety, but some excerpts and I hope that as I do this, you will see the power and wisdom in these words from Parker Palmer, and he brings in a lot of. Wise voices into the mix, too. I found this to be found as I was looking through this book for specific quote that I never found. About building relationships and building trust, I came across this fantastic piece of insight that I thought spoke directly to some of the issues. We're facing right now in our country. This section title is called are fearful way of knowing. A motive knowing arises from the way we answer two questions at the heart of the educational mission. Just WanNa. Pull back and say when I say things like teacher, student or educational mission I hope that you will in your own mind. Broaden that to community. And civic duties and citizens, a mode of knowing arises from the way we answer two questions at the heart of our civic mission. How do we know what we know? And by what warrant can we call our knowledge true? Our answers may be largely tacit, even unconscious, but they are continually communicated in the way we teach, and learn, and I would add our citizens. If we regard truth, is something handed down from authorities on high, it will soon like a dictatorship if we regard truth as a fiction determined by personal whim the classroom. Or Our world will look like anarchy if we regard truth as emerging from a complex process of mutual inquiry. It will look like a resourceful and interdependent community. Our assumptions about knowing can open up or shut down the capacity for connectedness on which good teaching depends or good living depends. Our motive knowing that dominates education creates disconnections between teachers their subjects. And their students because it is rooted in fear. This mode called objectivism portrays truth is something we can achieve only disconnecting ourselves physically and emotionally from the thing. We want to know why. Because if we get too close to it, the impure contents of our. Lives will contaminate the thing and our knowledge of it no matter what it is. An episode in history, a creature from the wild oppressive in great literature or phenomenon of human behavior. objectivism claims that we know the things of the world truly and well only from afar. For objectivism, the subjective self is the enemy most to be feared. A Pandora's box of opinion, bias and ignorance that will distort our knowledge once the LID flies of being. We keep the lid shut by relying exclusively on reason and facts, logic and data. That cannot be swayed by subjective desire or so the theory goes. The role of the mind and the senses. In this scheme. Is Not to connect. To the world, but to hold the world at Bay blessed our knowledge of it be tainted in Objectivism, subjectively this feared not only because he contaminates things, but because it creates relationships between those things and US and relationships are contaminating as.
"palmer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Palmer from Bloomberg world headquarters. The financial times reports apple is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to obtain new video games for its upcoming apple arcade, subscription service, the FTC. Unidentified people familiar with the deals. The move shows. Apple is serious about taking games as a new source of subscription revenues French advertising. Conglomerate publicist group agreed to buy digital marketing firm Epsilon from alliance data systems price tag on that deal. Four point four billion dollars in cash. This will give publicist better position. In the digital marketing space, Bloomberg has learned Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund has started preliminary talks with banks to raise a low and expected to be between five and eight billion dollars this as the Saudis are trying to branch out into new investments to diversify the kingdom's economy away from oil American farm. Are getting older but more diverse in gender the story on that from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett. The agriculture department is out with its first new agricultural census since two thousand twelve hundred found the average age of American farmers climbed to fifty seven point five in thousand seventeen up one point two years from five years earlier producers tend to have a couple of decades experience under their belt at about seventy four percent live on their farm at the same time. There are more women showing up in general more farms are reporting that there are multiple individuals involved in decision making with an increase of six point nine percent. From twenty twelve the USDA says, the number of female producers increased twenty seven percent in that period. Charlie Pellett, Bloomberg radio. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and ticked up on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in one hundred twenty countries. I'm. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg. I'm Barry ritholtz. You're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio. My special guests this week our Cameron and.