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"perkins institute" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Harrowing. Still there on I reckon, there'll be some really fascinating information to come out of this case in the weeks to come fill sounds some their reporting. We'll hear some good news and certainly some this making a bit of a buzz because Australian, scientists Karen Duffy she's at the University of Western Australia on the Harry Perkins Institute in Perth has discovered that the major component in honeybees Elham and this is a molecule called Melton can selectively kill cancer cells and it looks particularly useful for targeting aggressive form of breast cancer including those that are referred to as triple negative tumors that we currently struggle to treat. For thousands of years humans have looked at the products from venoms for medicinal purposes, the honey propolis. And the Venom and in recent years has been a lot of interest in terms of the venoms effects in cancel. So it's showing to be able to kill cancer cells but no one had actually tested on all of the types of breast cancer and compare that to normal cells. So the way this project started was a veterinarian from Chile presented their research conference, and they take these dogs which had choose on their sides and they've got these honey bees stung these tumors shrinking going away and everybody in the audience when how does that work? Some researches the Perkins came together and I came in wanting to find a new treatment for breast cancer and they said, well, we have a project looking at ways. Where did you get the venom? I collected the venom from hives at the University of Western, Australia as well as at universities in London Dublin in order to compare the venom from honeybees in different populations you better tell us how you as you get the amount of a be before you tell us what you did with it. Basically, I would take the bees by their wings or legs and put them in a box, and then take them up the lab and put them to sleep with carbon dioxide, and then very carefully under microscope dissect out the venom glands. How much venom do you get? Oh it's really tiny. It's like three micro liters. What I do is actually dilute that because it's so potent. What is actually in Venom? Yes. So it's a range of different chemicals and the main chemicals is called Melton and basically it. Is What has this main cancer effect? You connect the venom, what do they do it? So I had grown up a range of cell lines in the lab representative of the different types of breast cancer, as well as normal cells and basically diluted out the venom and tested on these cells to see if there's a difference in the effects. and. This is simple as you just apply the Venom in the liquid which sells a growing and see what it does to them. Yes in terms of the self-survival, that's those experiments and we also did microscopy to visualize actually what happened to the cells and we can see that very quickly. The Venom was able to burst open these cells and causing to die, and remarkably the venom was more effective in these aggressive cell lines compared to the normal cells. So there was an interesting therapeutic window to play with their. Do you know how the venom is selecting for the cancer cells why they are particularly vulnerable and not the healthy tissue? Well there's some theories about this chemical Melton in the Vennen and it being more able to affect the surfaces of Kansas cells because they're more vulnerable to such chemical integrating into them. But in our research, we found that these molecules that are over expressed all kinds of more abundant in cancer cells are being shut down and their fundamental for the growth and replication and survival of cancer cells. By. Interfering with these wasting this drive, some of the selectivity for damaging these castles more than than normal ones. When militant binds to cancer cell. If you watch it down the microscope, what does the united be due to the cell? Sorry. What it does is actually six, two I te Nelson. Molecules will come into the surface of the cell and dive in and basically form these pause or hose that cross the membrane of the cell. And make the and die. So if you've got something that makes holes in the membranes of cells, specifically can cells. Does this mean. Then the even if it didn't kill the cell, you could use this as an adjunct therapy mix it up with other drugs sometimes struggled to get into cancer cells that are good at killing them, and then you you could have a perfect towel of something that makes holes in sales and something that wants to get in and kill the cell. Wall absolutely, and that's what we did. So we combined the compound melon with chemotherapy that's used for breast cancer treatment called Docetaxel. And we found that the combination both in cells but also ensures that we had grown mice was significantly more potent than either Melton or docetaxel alone in reducing Jim McGrath and the proliferation of these changes. Taking this step further them because obviously this is early stage experiments and lot of this works just done looking a sales in the dish. So is the next age then to consider how you might use this clinically. Yes sorry are you of course there's lots more experiments to do, but in terms of. These aggressive and Hanta trait cancers one of the. One of the West prognosis is for patients with triple negative breast cancer, and this one basically doesn't have any clinically effective targeted therapy so. What we hope is that we could start to develop a targeted treatment with Melanson for these difficult Kiara Duffy..
"perkins institute" Discussed on Kottke Ride Home
"Ending with some potentially, very potentially awesome news. Australian. Researchers have discovered that honeybee venom can quickly kill aggressive breast cancer cells. This new research comes from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth and was published in the journal Nature Precision Oncology. In addition to killing one hundred percent of triple negative breast cancer and H. E. R. to enriched breast cancer cells within an hour. The specific concentration of the venom was also found to reduce the growth of tumors in mice when combined with existing chemotherapy drugs. The key element in the venom is called Mulligan and actor Sierra Duffy. Search as part of her PhD told ABC quote what the military does is actually enters the surface or the plasma membrane and forms holes or pores, and it just causes the cell to die and quotes. Duffy has found that honeybees from other parts of the world produced similar results, but that bumblebees did nuts. In addition to extracting the venom from honeybees they put to sleep. The scientists also experimented with creating a synthetic form of bulletin which had the same affects. And we'll scientists asked about the research. Agree it's an exciting development Dr Duffy. Herself is quick to caution that it is far from being considered any type of treatment or breakthrough. She said quotes there's a long way to go in terms of how we would deliver it in the body and you know looking at toxicities maximum tolerated doses before it ever went further and quotes. And interesting footnote here, April therapy or the use of bees for medicinal purposes has been on the rise. In recent years. It technically dates back to hippocrates prescription of be things to treat various maladies around four hundred, sixty BC. But took off again as a form of alternative medicine a few years ago and when I say Alternative Medicine, I mean Moseley people getting intentionally stung just like hippocrates in the hopes that it would treat any manner of ailments. And just because medical scientists are now experimenting with the use of Melinda for various treatments even beyond just this one study that doesn't mean it has actually been proven as safe or effective use. Especially when it's not being extracted and prescribed in the lab. So please don't go try to get intentionally stung or at least don't blame me if you do. A few weeks ago I told you about the last blockbuster in the world in Bend Oregon, which at the time was running a promotion with airbnb where you could actually rent out the store for a nineties style sleepover. I don't know if that was related to this as some sort of promotion, but it turns out there's a new documentary coming out of bounce that blockbuster called the last blockbuster. It tells the story of how that particular store has lasted this long what it's done to keep going in zooms out larger to be story of blockbusters demise and how it arguably up by not buying Netflix's when it was given the opportunity to although had that happened we may not have amazing shows like orange is the new black and stranger things in our world. So maybe it was for the best. The. Documentary features interviews with celebrities like Kevin Smith and Adam Brody, as well as what seems to be the former CFO of blockbuster was a great line and the trailer saying he doesn't Miss. Movie rentals at all who would. The only sad news is that it's not debut until December fifteenth and it looks like it'll just be available to rent or buy on demand not hosted on any existing streaming platform which I guess makes sense for a movie about blockbuster if we're being honest links of the trailer in the.
Honeybee venom 'kills some breast cancer cells'
"Australian. Researchers have discovered that honeybee venom can quickly kill aggressive breast cancer cells. This new research comes from the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research in Perth and was published in the journal Nature Precision Oncology. In addition to killing one hundred percent of triple negative breast cancer and H. E. R. to enriched breast cancer cells within an hour. The specific concentration of the venom was also found to reduce the growth of tumors in mice when combined with existing chemotherapy drugs. The key element in the venom is called Mulligan and actor Sierra Duffy. Search as part of her PhD told ABC quote what the military does is actually enters the surface or the plasma membrane and forms holes or pores, and it just causes the cell to die and quotes. Duffy has found that honeybees from other parts of the world produced similar results, but that bumblebees did nuts. In addition to extracting the venom from honeybees they put to sleep. The scientists also experimented with creating a synthetic form of bulletin which had the same affects. And we'll scientists asked about the research. Agree it's an exciting development Dr Duffy. Herself is quick to caution that it is far from being considered any type of treatment or breakthrough. She said quotes there's a long way to go in terms of how we would deliver it in the body and you know looking at toxicities maximum tolerated doses before it ever went further and quotes. And interesting footnote here, April therapy or the use of bees for medicinal purposes has been on the rise. In recent years. It technically dates back to hippocrates prescription of be things to treat various maladies around four hundred, sixty BC. But took off again as a form of alternative medicine a few years ago and when I say Alternative Medicine, I mean Moseley people getting intentionally stung just like hippocrates in the hopes that it would treat any manner of ailments. And just because medical scientists are now experimenting with the use of Melinda for various treatments even beyond just this one study that doesn't mean it has actually been proven as safe or effective use. Especially when it's not being extracted and prescribed in the lab. So please don't go try to get intentionally stung or at least don't blame me if you do.
"perkins institute" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Will. Listen to the of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is wizards whose biography podcast. The podcast helps you learn the real truth about successful personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes. The biography of Helen Keller. Helen Keller was born in eighteen eighty in Alabama to Arthur Henry Keller and Catherine Everett Keller. Her father was a newspaper editor and a captain in the confederate army. Her mother was the daughter of a general in the confederate army. Helen Keller had two siblings and two half siblings from her father's earlier marriage contrary to most cases Helen was not born blind and deaf she was healthy when she was born. But when she was nineteen months, old Helen Keller contracted a mysterious illness which left her death and blind it was described by. As an acute congestion of the brain and stomach reports suggested that the disease could have been meningitis or scarlet fever. This illness left Helen completely devastated. She had no idea of what was going on around her as nobody knew how to communicate with her with age Helen learned a few signs the Turk convey her needs to her family. When she was seven years old, she could even identify people using the vibration from their footsteps. The unruly kid. Her parents showed extra care for her because of her disability. Since he was a kid, she used this to her advantage and dot whatever she wanted by throwing temper tantrums she dominated the entire household and terrorize the servants. But her parents did not do anything against it because they did not know how to communicate with her. So they gave into her tantrums instead of teaching her to behave properly. Inability to form sentences. Sentences are the basic building blocks of languages but sentences themselves are made up of different words like nouns, verbs, prepositions, etc. so we can say that learning a language without learning, it's words as impossible. However. Helen did not know about the existence of words. So she did not know that everything around her name and she can refer to an object using its name. For example, she can touch table and know that it is there but she didn't know the table can be called a table. Since. She did not know the existence of words she couldn't form sentences either so she couldn't form proper thoughts insider brain since most of our thoughts are in the form of sentences, this could have intern frustrated or in mater unruly and wild. One Book that changed everything. When she was six years old, her mother was reading American notes written by Charles Dickens. It contained his findings during his six month trip to North America in Charles Dickens had written about a deaf blind girl called Laura Bridgman born fifty years before Helen Keller like Helen. She had also lost her ability to see and hear when she was two years old Charles Dickens mentioned that she was successfully. Educated in the English language reading this Helen's mother became hopeful. She immediately sent Helen and her father to visit an ear nose and throat specialist. He referred Helen to Alexander Graham, Bell who in turn referred her to the Perkins Institute for the Blind, this is the same institute where Laura Bridgman had studied the Perkins Institute for the blind sent an old student called an Sullivan to teach Helen Keller. And Sullivan Like Helen Keller and Sullivan had vision problems when she was five years old, she had contracted an eye disease that left her mostly blind after joining the Perkins Institute for the blind she underwent eye is that significantly improved her vision she learned sign language, which is used to communicate with deaf people from Laura Bridgman and graduated when she was twenty years old. Soon after graduating, she was sent to teach Helen. The first word an taught Helen was goal she gave adult to Helen which he took gladly then she felt the letters d. o. l. l. on Helen's other hand Helen learned the letters quickly and imitated ends actions to spell the same word. This indicated to him that Helen was intelligent and can be taught. Meeting her mentor. When an Sullivan I met Helen Keller. She was an unruly kid. She ran around the house breaking things eating from others, plates and was astonished none of Helen's family members did anything to stop her behavior or teacher to behave properly and noticed that her family's sympathy only encouraged Helen to continue being unruly. She understood that she must discipline Helen without using force. And felt that the first step to teaching Helen was to teach her how to behave properly. So with the permission of Helen's family and to custody of Helen for two weeks during these two weeks and was the only person Helen could depend on therefore helen couldn't run to her parents went and tried discipline her. During these two weeks, Helen Learn to behave properly in addition to that helen learn several words from an she could spell them out man's hands but she was just imitating what an was doing just like a monkey she thought it was a game. She did not understand that each of these words have meaning and referred to an object and did not know how to make Helen understand that each of these was a word and had a purpose. In her frustration and took hell into a water pump. She put one hand of Helen under flowing water, and on the other hand she spelled out the letters w. a. t. d. r.. It was only then that Helen had the revelation that this flowing substance had a name cold water helen later remembered the event as. I knew then that W. a. t. e. r. mental a wonderful cool something that was flowing over my hand. That living word awakened my soul. gave it like hopefully set it free. Once, she learned the name for Water Helen Bent. Down immediately touched the earth and demanded its name soon, she learned other words to and by the end of the day new thirty words and their meanings. Helen, later described this meeting as her sole birthday. This signaled the beginning of a forty nine year relationship between and and Helen this interaction between and Helen is brilliantly portrayed in the film. The miracle. Worker. Formal education. Helen's formal education began in eighteen, eighty eight when she and and moved to the Perkins Institute. In eighteen ninety four they moved to New York for higher studies at the Horace Mann School for the deaf in eighteen, ninety six, she got admission into the Cambridge School for young ladies. Nineteen hundred she started her bachelors degree in Radcliffe College. Harvard. University it was unthinkable at that time and age for a deaf blind woman to achieve proper form education through such reputed institutes. But Helen had a thirst for knowledge and helped her quench it. Mark Twain who was impressed by Helen and her perseverance introduced her to an oil magnate who later sponsored Helen's education in nineteen nine, hundred, four Helen graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree from Radcliffe school she was the first deaf blind person to get this degree. Learning to speak. Helen was determined to Converse with people conventionally. So she slowly began reading lips with her hands in speaking small sentences. She used sign language very proficiently and became an expert in Braille. The writing system used for the visually impaired Helen spent the rest of her life giving speeches and lectures on how she overcame the disabilities that crippled and became an inspiration to death and blind people across the world. She shared the joy that life gave her in her speeches and motivated young women and men to live life to the fullest. Personal Life. The nineteen o five and married John macy and John and Helen move to forest hills in New York along with.
"perkins institute" Discussed on Bedtime History: Inspirational Stories for Kids
"Also thanks for the great ratings and reviews. A shoutout to Sheikh and Singapore, a RAV and Delaware, Luca and Enzo from Mexico Anders from West Point new. York, leaving rating a super easy, and goes a long way spreading word about the time history. A big thanks to those have done so already now onto our episode. Close Your eyes and imagine darkness is your world complete darkness. Now also cover your ears and I won't talk for a few seconds. You can focus on what it feels like. Can you imagine what it would be like to not be able to see your here? Your world would be completely dark and silent. How would you talk to your friends and family? How would you eat? How would you walk around the House and play with friends tonight. We're going to talk about a girl who lived most of her life without being able to see or hear. This is the amazing story of Helen Keller. Helen Keller was born June twenty, seventh, eighteen, eighty in Alabama. She was a healthy child and lived a pretty normal life for her first year she learned to talk at six months old and walked like most kids when she was one. When she was nineteen months old, she became very sick. After she was well or notice, she couldn't see or hear anything. Helmeted permanently lost her sight inhering. Close Your eyes again and cover your ears. This is how Helen lived and it was very difficult for her to cope with life afterward. Imagine trying to walk around the house and eat your dinner. Imagine trying to go outside and play and do basic things like play with your toys or friends, because Helen couldn't hear her ability to speak never improved, so she wasn't able to talk to people in her family. Either all of these challenges led to Helen acting out in ways, the made life for her and her family very hard. If put yourself and Helen shoes. You can think of how hard it would be to act normal under such circumstances, Helen would often kick and Pinscher family members. When she was angry, she would fall on the floor and scream and yell at the dinner table. She grabbed food off their plates. The family felt so bad for Helen, they just let her do whatever she wanted. They didn't know how to deal with a child who couldn't see or hear? Some friends and family said they should send her away because she was causing so much trouble for the family put her parents loved her too much to do that. One day, her mother was reading about another child who was blind, but received help from Alexander Graham Bell. Alexander, Graham. Bell was also known for the invention of the telephone. They met him, and he recommended they go to a school called the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston Massachusetts. They traveled there, and for the first time they and.
"perkins institute" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Bell they found the Perkins institute for the blind the school assigned in Sullivan a former student who is visually impaired TV Keller's instructor in Selden was to teach Keller before she attended school in earnest which was a long and arduous process sue described the beginning of this journey when asked Sullivan arrived here in Tuscumbia she realized that Helen Keller was very small but of course captain Mrs Keller did not know how to deal with a child that had become deaf and blind so basically they just let her do whatever she wanted today and when as Solomon K. she decided real quick I've got to get her away from the family and get control of her so they put her in the carriage which was six hundred forty acres and I drove all around she thought she's gone far away but she just actually came next door to the main house Sullivan signed words into Keller's hands attempting to communicate basic concepts like doll or mine Helen often became frustrated and lashed out leading to physical altercations between the two but Sullivan persisted and eventually reached a breakthrough and took her out to the water she began to pump water is spelling it in Helen St and at first she didn't understand it and then all of a sudden it was like the key just opened her brain into mine and she learned water that was our first word so she spelt that'd do any saying that day she learned thirty words so the pup that's where the breakthrough came people.
"perkins institute" Discussed on KTRH
"Parents begin seeking someone to teacher through the recommendation of famed inventor of the telephone Alexander Graham Bell they found the Perkins institute for the blind the school assigned in Sullivan a former student who is visually impaired to be Keller's instructor in Sullivan was to teach Keller before she attended school in earnest which was a long and arduous process to describe the beginning of this journey when asked Sullivan arrived here in Tuscumbia she realized that Helen Keller was very small but of course captain Mrs Keller did not know how to deal with a child that had become deaf and blind so basically they just let her do whatever she wanted today and went and Solomon K. she decided real quick I've got to get her away from the family and get control of her so they put her in the carriage which was six hundred forty acres and I drove all around she thought she's gone far away but she just actually K. next door to the main house Sullivan signed words into Keller's hands attempting to communicate basic concepts like doll or mine Helen often became frustrated and lashed out leading to physical altercations between the two but Sullivan persisted and eventually reached a breakthrough and took her out to the water she began to pump water is spelling it in Helen St at first she didn't understand it and then all of a sudden it was like the key just opened her brain into mine she learned water that was our first floor so she felt that it doing anything and that day she learned thirty words so the pup that's where the break through K. people often associate.
"perkins institute" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Who Keller was born on June twenty-seventh eighteen eighty in Cumbria Alabama due to a childhood illness. Helen became blind and deaf at the age of around nineteen months when she was six years old. Helen was examined by Alexander. Graham Bell who sent her to an Sullivan a twenty year old teacher at the Perkins Institute for the Blind in Boston after a few months of instruction with an Helen learned how to associate objects with finger spelled words on her palm she learned to read raised words on cardboard to communicate by arranging words in frame plus she learned. Braille eighteen ninety. Helen learned of another deaf and blind girl in Norway. Who learned how to speak. She told an that she wanted to do the same and turn to Sarah Fuller a teacher at the Horse Man School for the deaf. Helen eagerly learned how to speak by feeling her teacher's mouth. She could pick up accents by detecting which syllables were longer than others. When she was fourteen years old helen enrolled in the right human school for the deaf in New York City. Two years later she started attending the Cambridge School for Young Ladies and Massachusetts she was admitted to Radcliffe College in one thousand nine hundred and graduated with honors in Nineteen Oh four. Helen grew up in an era. When deaf people were deeply misunderstood and mistreated a new movement of teachers believed sign? Language was primitive so they suppressed teaching sign and pushed speech training as way to assimilate deaf people into society. Deaf people were seen as inferior and many were thrown into asylums. Helen's breakthroughs and skills proved these perceptions false. She broke Taboos Bhai writing about her blindness for women's magazines like the Ladies Home Journal the Century McClure's and the Atlantic monthly and shared her story and several of her own books written over the course of fifty years including the story of my life optimism. The world I live in and the open door in one thousand nine hundred thirteen. Helen started lecturing with an interpreter at her side and traveled around the world several times. It was an historic day. At Sydney's deafen dominated. The youngsters have been fascinated by daily reports of their idol. The Great Helen Keller who triumphed over Dennis Dumbness and blindness. She mostly spoke in support of the American Foundation for the blind and she later established a two million dollar Endowment Fund for the Organization in Nineteen. Twenty Helen co-founder at the American Civil Liberties Union alongside Roger Nash Baldwin and other Advocates Helen's pioneering advocacy for the rights of deaf. Blind people helped lead to the release of disabled people from asylums. She also encouraged thirty states. Organize COMMISSIONS FOR THE BLIND LYNDON B. Johnson awarded her the Presidential Medal of freedom while she often depicted as such. Helen was not apolitical. She was an advocate for birth. Control and a staunch socialist. She was watched by the FBI. Who at the time kept files on people associated with communism? Perhaps surprisingly she was also a vocal proponent of eugenics all belief and practice was far more normalized by the scientific community at the time. Her support for the issue remains a highly complicating aspect of her. Legacy and Sullivan was helens faithful companion until her own death in October of nineteen thirty six. Helen continue to be an advocate and speaker until she passed away on June first. Nineteen sixty eight. Helen once wrote my life has been happy. Because I've had wonderful friends and plenty of interesting work to do. I seldom think about my limitations. And they never make me sad. It took around the nineteen sixties for sign language to be rediscovered in research circles beautiful language and vital tool while today deaf. People still face societal barriers. 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"perkins institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"perkins institute" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Now for the institute on the constitution. Here's Michael Anthony peruta with the American view in lane v increasingly crazy agenda of those who. Seek not only to destroy Christianity. But to erase the memory of the Christian foundation of America. I thought you might need a little good news. Here's the good news. What some people call gay marriage is still against the law in Maryland. And an all of these United States. Likewise abortion is against the law here in Maryland and everywhere else for that matter. But Michael you say. Don't know that the Maryland legislature voted to legalize same sex marriage Indochino, the supreme court has pined that same sex marriage and abortion are quote, unquote, legal. Yes, I know all that. But it doesn't matter. And here's why Sodomite unions violate God's law Sodomite activities declared to be perverse in clearly banned in the biggest eighteen verse twenty two likewise, engineers, 2013 explicitly forbids, murder, which is what a portion is why does this matter well because no human law can violate God's eternal transcendent moral law. If men try to enact that which God's law forbids such action on the part of man creates no law and establishes, no obligation for citizens or for government officials to observe which obey. You see in America and everywhere else God's law Islam. This is Michael Anthony Perkins institute on the constitution bringing you the American view. For a limited time. Hamilton Bank is offering a new nineteen month. Add on CD at two point eight five percent AP, y that's right..
"perkins institute" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Than one hundred fifty campaigns including joe biden's senate reelection campaign maybe those rumors of rob biden running in twenty twenty aren't so far fetched so that's that guy and now and now he's now we saying that the russians were paying michael cohen i'm sure it has as much basis in fact is that at the sound cut we just played you're from five days ago eight four four five hundred forty two forty two eight six zero says that that's quite a scrabble vocabulary that good attorney has yeah if you can't if you if you can't convince them with facts dazzle with us you know that's what they always say bill you're next with howie carr go ahead bill hey holly i read your ri what the hell really happen awesome book man you had me in stitches glad you're doing getting would say talk to recall from memory when you lie the truth is the truth anyway mcdaniels man i can't believe what i wanted to make it such a big deal she's got more than a shop pace and the only thing that i can think of this i mean we should get bombers gates at perkins institute i mean take a look at her she she's packing a minute to strip joints across the country bill you mean you're not you're not gonna go to why would she appears in your town as part of the make america horny again tore that she's now she does not i'm gonna have to get off the sandpaper mittens i'll talk to you thanks bill eight four four or five hundred forty two forty two you use the word which you said you.
"perkins institute" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Computer give us a lake on facebook wbz nights i would dan ray and let's get back to the calls going started off with this hour with dave in new jersey dave how are you tonight i am doing pretty grim are her oregon her career good to talk with you dave should we become a sanctuary state here in massachusetts what advice would you give us from new jersey her well before it before i burks s subject i don't know if i ever told you but i went to school in your state summer school actually two years in a row whereabouts the perkins institute for the blind sure that's just not the roof must would use with that dave how longo 1978 and 1979 i delivered the graduation speech at perkins many years ago i would have been some time in the 1980s who was a and i we did a we we used to do a store well we did a story every year couple of several of the yacht clubs uh take the students and teachers from perkins out on a boat ride on the charles river i don't know that was done while you were there but we i've had been at war was it yes yup and one of the things that i did was working in television was i asked a blind student to describe a sunset which obviously he had never seen and the cameraman shrouded in such a way that the sun was reflecting apart across his face on his face and he gave an eloquent description yeah i i'm sorry look good and ali eloquent description of what a sunset look like to him right i i can tell if the county's out in i can tell of his pitch dark okay even though i don't see colors you know the way you would but i have light perception and then a year later i was asked to give the graduation speech in which uh was of a i've given its graduation speeches commencement address is a colleges at high schools and that was one of my most memorable once the yeah and i can say you know and i and i'm not you're saying the you know two of her butter up to boston fan but i am they were very you know a.
"perkins institute" Discussed on AM 1260 The Answer
"At the age of two she suffered an illness that left they're both blind in death her parents took her to doctor alexander graham bell who recommended the perkins institute for the blind in boston there at the eighty seven and sullivan began tutoring her through the sense of touch eventually teaching her to read braille she attended radcliffe college wrote several books and was recognized for her efforts to help the blind helen killer wrote i thank god for my handicaps for threw them i have found myself by work in my god this is the mark inventive with bill retterer for a week plans vip all american minute at one eight eight eight usa were this is frank fda nord listening to a m twelve sixty the answer you're listening to secure freedom radio with frank gaffney from the nation's capital in washington dc we'll come back it is great privilege and pleasure to have with us once again uh friend and colleague of many years richard pollick is these days in the senior investigative reporter for the daily caller news foundation d has worked in various journalist positions over many years however unclogging as the bureau chief for pj media in washington also a washington producer for good morning america and senior producer for fox news.
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"The very you know all important issue as a donkey oriole fan i wanted command the boston red sox fan for what they did tonight when adam jones stepped up to the plate you know i i had the the opportunity to privilege of attending i'm curious your way with the perkins institute for the blind right across the river from us here in in brighton there over in watertown great i i was there for two summer program seventy eight seventy nine now in seventy nine i had become a full fledged baseball fan then i get friendly ribbing you know i i veto i'm a big baseball fan i was talking to from boston shooting but i'm on oreo fan an amicable of a guy fit all leave him alone he had a pretty good teams way back then and i remember simmer some of the pictures that you guys had a date mcnally in all of those guys way back then mike way are the folks that pat dobson jim palmer yeah tippy martinez out of the bullpen dennis martinez yeah great pitchers and of course we know about the the the one of the greats of all time cal ripken so it was an ugly scene up last night we talked about a during the first hour it should be condemned and the red sox fans rose tonight with a standing ovation i wish the park had been a little bit more full normally it's it's it's so late arriving crowd owner on a tuesday night and they they were still some empty seats but it looked as if almost everyone in the ballpark stood and applauded adam jones when he was first introduced for his first time at that exactly and adam.
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"Avenue this weekend a message to the students as if you're going to host a large party there will be sanctioned there will be sanctions both on the crennel and and they'll be some severe sanctions on the academic can from college is in university's it's gotten out of hand of the safety commissioner stephen curry nuff so enough that neighborhood near feces speaking of providence the mayor reiterating his stance on a sanctuary city nobody piers thing climb can has the update repeating his play it's not to allow city police stacked is immigration officers mair jorge a loehr's a says he tries to reassured skeptics folks of come to me and i i you to tell him to take a deep breath we're not violating federal law he says police need to keep the trust of the community city council president luis a punt they agree can we be safer if we push people into the shot public safety commissioner stephen perry says he has kept federal immigration authority surprised of the city's stats is nothing new we talk with our federal partners and so we've had conversations with the boston office in in the wallach office about ice issues harry said the police will help vice agents removed violent criminals from the country in providence steep climb double dpi rooney you know this is not exactly endorsements ever high schools here in the usa you got a high schoolers on the way to school right now is talking about tough it is health his study says stints in other countries consider are high schools easy too much sports not enough homework perkins institute conducted his study lives they are forty four percent of exchange student spent not.
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"Peanut information unrest please visit my blah dishing with cathy casey dot com is is cathy casey for come on in this this is a camo afternoon news we winding on part in question oh budget up assists fourteen million americans will lose healthcare under the obama care replacement plan the proposed by the house republicans and the president and twenty four million fewer let health insurance by the year twenty twenty six with reaction we welcome to the como news line washington state insurance commissioner might cry there might i have a assuming you've had a chance to look at some of this information what do you make of the numbers well it's certainly a lot more severe that i think any of us imagine dude national versus the perkins institute can not like numbers last week that indicated over the next ten years here is going to be something like fifteen million people and then and now to come up with twenty four million over the next ten years clutch first fourteen million just her two thousand eight game that are going to be losing their health insurance you're much higher numbers and i think any of us it it dissipated commissioner why you to hear what's tom prize secretary of human health services and nick most seine of the office of management am budget had to say after the releases of those numbers today you're gonna here price first on why he disputes the numbers the fact the matter is they're going to be able to buy a coverage policy but they want for themselves in for their family the going have that kind of choices that that they want you think about the numbers that the top line the just the top line on se vio report today they basically says that that that will be right back had three obama care status with with with about forty million people i mean short in this country we believe that the plan that we were putting.
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"Example the inner city of detroit which is where ben carson s from and he would be a good good role models for those who are trying to get out of the intercity drawn by the way at working apparently this weekend as he is tap the billionaire investor wilbur ross for commerce secretary and so now course everybody is trying to punch holds and a resume wilbur ross and this is something that we've seen over and over again where the media world start shouldn't daggers an throwing darts and everything else add ted those to donald trump is choosing for his cabinet and wilbur ross is no exception but here's who we as he is a billionaire investor and he is considered the king of bankruptcy for a buying beaten down companies with the potential to deliver profits now the critics well said that he's doing it on the backs of the employees of those companies some to go down who exactly is that wilbur ross of course he's been involved with the trump campaign since the beginning it was instrumental in crafting in selling the president you wax attacks cuts and infrastructure plans and he is the had that this a lucrative private equity find their does specialize in rescuing failing businesses and turning them around though he does have to be confirmed by the senate they say though that he could face scrutiny because of his investments and this deal and natural gas industries that is a according to put it down they know the play to go not a big fan of donald trump they said that he might be the second most complicated person in the administration tibet p kind donald trump himself and that is according to a guy from the perkins institute one item to know that se see did find him weber awesome two point three million dollars back in august for charging his a investors management threes that he can't properly disclose but to his credit ross voluntarily offered to pay the fees and he did pay those fees with interest he is viewed by many industry experts as someone who would be a strong defender of us workers and would price for stricter enforcement of us trade was that is band one of the things the trump has been saying all along is that he absolutely wants to protect american workers never thing and he'll be hit on and this is goes into a detail on saving these companies by he does it on the backs of the workers at least for critics that's something that they'll.
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"Center brooklyn's institute and economists area culture with the breaking into rookie institute working since it should still be and georgetown university put out a report that says the minimum wage increases the tended to re tool the minimum wage increases tend to reduce employment hurting younger and less educated workers the most there's been saying that decades when you mail okay over that we just don't care member were not one caring in all when i'm if this is the liberal centers perkins institute well i have that much more serious worries about a fifteen dollars in our minimum wage which constitutes a wage increase a bit due to one hundred percent and most places in job market or younger less educated workers already have difficulty in finding jobs again important work experience such mandates will likely make it much harder alter explain that when the minimum wage is increase to local municipality used it in send devices employers to leave that unit in this a palette and moved their work work forced when a brain area often the server overuse is washington dc is an example of dc raises the minimum wage took fifteen dollars an hour while arlington virginia remains at seven twenty five incentives for employers with many low wage workers to shift places a business from the former to the latter will be quite strong alter is concerned of the increased would eventually break the campbell's back for many dc businesses were ready faced layers of bureaucracy and local government regulations not only with the dramatic increase the minimum wage jeopardizing businesses that operating communities with the new fifteen dollar mandated may also expedite the growth of automation and robots if it does this is a received even left lean economists have said that while they wanna hike but not as high as fifteen dollars an hour and mecca spectre we always we always said yeah the more you re said the more you increase the cost of doing business the more effect it's going to happen sure and doesn't matter whether it's taxes whether it's minimum wage whether it is a result of regulations which cost to you any time you have an increase in doing business me do not have an increase in the number of prot we are you know products that you sell or services that yourself it isn't overall negative it's never an overall positive that is allied that democrats are been selling for the longest time we talk last week.