23 Burst results for "Political Science Department"

Ashley Varner's Start in Politics, Protesting Against Professors

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Ashley Varner's Start in Politics, Protesting Against Professors

"Protesting outside your professor's houses? Was that the way I interpreted that? Well, no, we were on campus, but we were right across the street from our professors protesting. Yeah, I've been involved in politics from a young age. I think my mother for that. She had Rush Limbaugh on in the house every day from the time I was 9 years old. I was listening to him, so I knew that I wanted to go into politics. I thought that I wanted to get out of Missouri for a while at saint Joseph was a small town for me at the time, and I just couldn't wait to get to Washington D.C.. Just as an aside, Doug now when I explain the difference between saint Joseph, Missouri and Washington, D.C. to each other, I say the difference is when you meet someone new in Washington, D.C., they ask, what do you do? And they are sizing you up to see, are you worth my time? And when you're in Missouri, and you meet someone new and they ask, what do you do? They mean, do you hunt? Do you fish? Do you have a boat? What do you do? So that's the very stark difference between the two and I appreciate Missouri more and more as long as I've lived in the swamp, but I got involved in politics. I campaigned with my local Republican Party in the 1996 elections. I've still in high school, I went to college Republicans at the university of Missouri. I was the chairman of mizu college Republicans when 9 11 happened. And we got flyers. We saw flyers up around campus that two weeks after 9 11, there were going to be protests against any war, you know, food not bombs, and it was led by our professors in the political science department. So as chairman of college Republicans, I said, nope, let's get together. We're going to have campaign sign making party pizza and we're going to make signs patriotic messages, God love our troops,

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That Time Joe Biden Lied About His Academic Credentials

The Dan Bongino Show

00:49 sec | 10 months ago

That Time Joe Biden Lied About His Academic Credentials

"But Biden's always lying trying to pretend to be something he isn't Here check this out this pretty damning stuff Take a listen Joseph Biden has explaining to do the new questions stem from tape remarks and Biden during an April campaign appearance in New Hampshire voters I went to law school on a full academic scholarship the only one in my class that have a full academic scholarship In fact the law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class I was the outstanding student in the political science department at the end of my year I graduated with 3° from undergraduate school in a 165 credits only at a 123 credits Biden now can see if he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have 3° from college and that he was not named outstanding political science student in college His week says Biden actually went to school on a half scholarship ended up near the bottom of his class and went only 1°

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"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:03 min | 10 months ago

"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On record watch S&P right now 45 29 The record on the S&P 45 36 again S&P up now by 9 up two tenths of 1% I'm Charlie pelota David Weston is a Bloomberg business flash Thank you so very much Charlie pellet If we're a competition President Biden would be losing at this point At least when it comes to getting his ambassadors confirmed liking far behind his predecessors But there's a flurry of activity in the Senate this week The question is are things starting to turn around Welcome now Wendy shiller She's chair of the political science department at Brown university So professor thank you so much for being with us really appreciate it What is going on with these ambassadorships Is it because they're not nominating of people or is it a confirmation problem Yeah it's a confirmation problem There's been a significant log jam in the Senate for a couple of months actually and they just started just about three or four weeks ago They reached essentially an agreement Senator Ted Cruz from Texas was holding up almost all the nominations joined a little bit by Josh hawley of Missouri For some of these nominations over a particular policy that he was unhappy about and he reached some sort of compromise with McConnell and also the Biden folks to get some of these people through However he did require in some cases the full 30 hours after getting closer and you have to wait for a day to vote on quote Really dragging them out It's been a wholesale policy for the Republicans to force Democrats to use all of their time on everything that they obstruct And it was only when basically came to the brink or humor said we're going to get rid of the filibuster on some of these things Even though these are executive nominations you wouldn't think they'd be able to hold them but it's true that even if you get lowered threshold for filibuster from 60 to 51 so it makes us like a majority rule You still have the rules of the filibuster which are you have to wait 30 hours and debate And the Republicans have been great at making the Biden administration and the Democrats wait on every single nomination It's just starting to flow out now So as a political scientist not as a psychologist necessarily but as a political scientist what is the point in this Is there something to be gained by it Or is it just because people can do it And if they can do it then they'll do it Right exactly So there's two threads One is just a sheer block any kind of executive administration executive power on the part of the Biden administration by the Republicans But the second thing is that if you think about the at least the Trump core base they're relatively isolationist right Foreign policy is not important It hasn't been a more important to Trump And they don't really care about it So the Republicans lose nothing by delaying or stalling America's engagement in foreign relations So from a constituency standpoint a political standpoint they gain by blocking the bid administration and causing the Democrats to spend more hours on the floor on these nominations than other things the Democrats would like to pass And the second thing is it doesn't cost them anything politically Do Republican senators from what you observed draw a distinction among countries I mean you say they don't care what foreign relations will certainly they care about formulations with China They don't like China much but they care about what we do with China They care about Israel So do they handle some ambassadorships different from others Yeah and I think also the Biden administration all present to administration's handle some ambassadorships which may be filled by career foreign service officers or trained diplomats people with a lot of knowledge and experience versus sort of the showcase maybe less sensitive places that are filled with people like well manuals a lot of government experience but doesn't have a lot of particular foreign policy experience So that's the difference there And the other thing is the business community the business community is very concerned obviously with all of East Asia but particularly China And that's kind of a two edged source for the Republicans because they want the business community to be happy with them On the other hand China is a very popular punching bag for the Republicans So they don't want to look like you're too anxious to engage China in a significant way other trade or more relations On the other hand the business community wants to make sure things are more predictable going into the future and that puts residual pressure on at least the leadership of the Republican Party So I really don't want to be naive at the center I want to learn So I have to ask some questions about obvious Let's talk about the people Does any of this turn on the people Because let's take China for example Nick burns Nick burns served largely Republican administrations actually in senior positions at zipline He's a career diplomat I know him well I'm not aware of any reason why he would not be a good ambassador to China So does this and if anything do with Nick burns credentials No David and you're pointing out something really important There's also this sort of third lingering thing which is sort of anti diplomat right Anti elite diplomats are seen as a lead and they're also not seen as particularly posing loyal even though we serve a lot of Republicans they're really not supposed to be super partisan So the Republicans have traditionally had a greater distrust of the foreign service And at least in the last couple of decades and the individuals that work here because they cross over administrations that work for Obama will work for Trump or for Bush And there's always a little bit of distrust among the elected politicians who have the pledge allegiance solely to.

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Biden Lied About His Academic Achivements Then, Biden Is Lying About Cutting Taxes Now

The Dan Bongino Show

01:41 min | 1 year ago

Biden Lied About His Academic Achivements Then, Biden Is Lying About Cutting Taxes Now

"Fairy tale about his massive academic accomplishments. Jim found that during the break, remember this one from 1988 Check this out. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic scholarship, went back to law school, and, in fact it up in the top half of my class. I was the outstanding student of the political science department. At the end of the year, I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school. 165 credits only 123 credits. Yeah, The problem does none of that's true Or maybe 96.2% of it's untrue. I don't know 3.8%. Maybe I'm not really sure. But most of that is, in fact false. His bite is a liar. Well, certainly you did. You're gonna waste the whole segment, telling us what we already know. No, I'm not wasting segment. I'm establishing He's a liar because he's lying to you again about your wallet, and it's going to kick you in the teeth. If Biden's tax hikes go through now. Wants the hike middle class taxes, which we know and I covered on yesterday's show. Trump cut. I used the link to invest in PD a yesterday not a partisan sites and investment sight to show you is a matter of fact that Trump did cut the tax rates. They were quite dramatically for the middle class from 20 to 24% 25 to 22% in 15 to 12% for the upper middle class, middle middle class and lower portion of the middle class. Didn't use a partisan site. That's an investment sight. Your taxes were cut. But Biden, who managed to manages to lie and tell the truth at the same time. If he does, I'm not gonna hike your middle class taxes while simultaneously saying I'm going to get rid of your tax cut. Two contradictory things. He tells another big lie, which is really,

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"political science department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's lonely here. 700 wlw in about a half hour. The stuff the pomp and circumstances will go to our live coverage in about an hour on ABC News Live from D, C and So Trump left for Mar a lago around nine o'clock after flying from the South Lawn of the White House to Mar a Lago aboard Air Force one and then the call sign changes once he's off. On buying is gonna get sworn in it help. He'll officially be president. 12 or one right? What happened to the nuclear football? Normally the the outgoing president is right next to the incoming president. That's pretty easy. And as I read, this is really fascinating. That what happens is the one guy I'll just hand it off to the other guy wants. See, You know, once the office concluded once he takes his hand off the Bible, which is really, really cool that you don't think about that kind of stuff, but What have what exactly happens when he when the nuclear football is in Florida? Um, you know, it's one of those things you like. I've got to find the answer that exactly what's going on there and often, I'll have that soon there. Oh, I'm gonna check that one out for you. So that's a good question, because there's got to be more than one. I would think if that's the case, but That sounds kind of dangerous, doesn't it? Not like you know, you could go buy one of these things at the store. Maybe you can. I don't know. Maybe I'm shot in the wrong spot. Anyway, we'll get a time out and I want to check news and when we return back me around, is here. He is the chair of the political science department at Xavier University about How unusual this election are those questions This inauguration day is compared to history and the like. And what exactly is biting going accomplish? Does he think in the next four years just ahead on $700.70, Cincinnati news,.

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"political science department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Rory O'Neil with a decision. 2020 update It's radio time. 7 41 John Hickenlooper has beat Cory Gardner for the Senate seat. We're also watching Colorado's third congressional district. Dr Ken Vickers, with C U Boulder Political Science Department. We asked him if Republican Lauren Bo Burt can win against Democrat Dianne Mitch Bush, the district that Lord Robert is in the third Congressional district by registration. In voting history is is a bit more Republicans than Democrats with a few counties in the third District reporting, Beaufort is winning 53 to 43%. Diana to get won reelection in District one Jonah Goose's winning his reelection for District to Amendment C. Charitable gaming. The Bingo amendment is passing Amendment 76 citizenship qualification for voters is passing proposition 1 16 the state income tax rate reduction that is also passing with continuing coverage of decision. 2020. I'm Susan Wiccan on K Away news, radio. Everybody out that this is big out from my friends from the Black Eyed pea. How was your lunch today wasn't outstanding. Well, if it wasn't Check out my friends from the black copy. They have fantastic lunches, and I'm telling you, they're gonna be price just right for you. All the meals are made fresh for you, just like they do for dinner in a Denver values just through the roof, And of course they give you rolls and corn bread. What every single meal at the black up, check him out online for one of the nine front range locations and black poppy colorado dot com. That's black. Copy colorado dot com..

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This election. Glad the Libertarian Party gets a large percentage of the votes. Does that mean that Holcomb and the GOP kind of looks at themselves in the mirror and says, Well, maybe we should rethink of some of the strategies moving forward here be reflective. I think they would and and and also not that they wouldn't celebrate because DEA where the cause, but you kind of look at it as a temperature check. On your Hoosier voter. I cleared you Who's your stand on issues? And certainly the libertarian candidate is successful and and gets enough votes That tells you something about their message. What resonated with voters? Nobody enjoys a majority forever. No party wins all the races all the time. Always so every time you have an election I considered to be a mandate. And not just on the candidate and not just on the party. But the general idea is that is that is the best part about any election because voters opportunity that their little comment cards to say, how are we doing sums up some down and this is the kind of feedback that candidates Campaigns and party should all be taking into consideration as they adjust certainly what they do in terms of legislation and prepare for the next election cycle, Doctor WAR Wilson Political Science Department University of Indianapolis joining us here on the Hammer and Nigel Show one more thing on the debate we saw last night before we preview the varsity match, which is tomorrow in Nashville. We've been talking a lot about Donald Rainwater We've been talking about Governor Holcomb. Listen. I disagree with pretty much everything that comes out of the mouth of Dr Woody Myers. But I will tip my hat to a man. He did not try to pander to anybody. He came out last night and said, We need mask mandates with teeth. He came out and said, I want to bring Jennifer McCormick back all the things that I disagree with that aren't popular for the most part in the great state of Indiana, locked down until a vaccine comes out. He owned it and ran with it last night. You hear a really unique Democratic candidate because in many ways he's embracing, as you know some of the more liberal policies that traditionally Democratic candidates in the state most recently have came from, I think, in part because they tried to play that moderate position trying to get that mill of the road voter right with him to get that 31% and I agree, I think You look 100, Would he mind? His approach has been really genuine to you himself and really genuine to the policies that that he focuses on. I would say he probably had one of my favorite lines of her evening. And that was the line about giving a sandwich to a starving person It was talking about on educational policy and teacher pay, which was one of the very first questions addressed to them. I do think he's been really strong in his campaign without, you know, finding differences, the polling differences. Probably doesn't look like it's going to be in his favor. But certainly you found a position for himself in a niche and I think it would be easy to go for the moderate would be easy to go for some of the things that might make you more appealing and imagine all direction but that he's holding steadfast. So what we need to really believe then on DH, sometimes for candidate and hard rain, that's very difficult to deal and so a big picture moving here to the presidential election. It's a shame because you know, cove in the economy. Crime should be things Everybody's talking about All anybody's talking about this, like debate tomorrow is the mute button, have you, Dr Laura? Have you ever? Is that a standard thing? Have you ever been part of a debate or seeing a debate where there is where the candidates have their microphones muted? I am not. I will say after watching the last day I couldn't understand it. And also being a class over Zoom. I do feel really strongly. I had Jonathan used it all from you. But it hasn't really been a part of our debate culture, I think until 2020 How many students do you have to mute on the average day? Dr Laura? How many young punks do you have to hit the mute button? Not you tall as many as I need so I can hear my own charming voice. Now is it's not human either, but you know you get Really Shaun opinions, And sometimes people need to remember that it's at the classroom, both lots of individuals, and it's not just that one on one moment. Do you expect the president to change his tone tomorrow? Because a lot of people myself, including included thought the last debate hey, was a little bit too aggressive to the point where he wasn't allowing Joe Biden to say something ridiculous. And if you're reading it gives Joe Biden that's got to be a strategy. But that guy talk, so he brings up corn, pop and hairy legs and all these ridiculous things. Do you think he's going to change his style or his tone? Tomorrow? E really unique about Donald Trump is that he's been consistent in his personality the way he delivers it to your point, I think does make a difference and When he kept interrupting before it Wass to the advantage of Joe Biden, who wasn't able to have these long wondering moments Or sometimes he does tend to stumble. I think for Donald Trump was most important here is playing you match it in days who already adore him and to the Republican Party who will vote for him. But finding a way to be more appealing to that, that mass odor and certainly that's Joe Biden target as well. Given B response from that first debate, I imagine both candidates they're trying to reframe what they deal. And, of course, the challenge is debating its not just what you do, but it's what you do in response to your opposition, and they're probably thinking that threw pretty critically as well. Courses are 2nd 3rd. That's okay. Second and final debate less than two weeks away from the election. One more thing before I let you go, Doctor, Laura Wilson University of Indianapolis Political science Department. Is it the job? Of a moderator, and maybe we've gone over this with you before. But I'm wondering if it's the job of a moderator to bring up things like Hunter Biden's a laptop with the emails, ISAT the moderator's job to bring up our asked questions about Joe Biden and his thoughts about packing the Supreme Court. Or is that going to be something that we're going to have to hear? Donald Trump? Bring up? I'm just I guess I'm asking what the what the function of the moderator will be tomorrow night. Terms of some of the big stories that have been in the media the past couple days. It will be interesting to see because there's so much latitude as moderator moderator has the ability to do. They are going to be much more proactive. Are they going to serve in somewhat delicate in opposition to the candidate, or they're gonna be more that passive?.

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"And if you're running against Joe Biden that's got to be a strategy left that guy talk, so he brings up corn, pop and hairy legs and all these ridiculous things. Do you think he's going to change his style or his tone tomorrow? Something really unique about the whole trump is that he's been consistent in his personality. But the way he delivers it to your point, I think does make a difference. And when he kept interrupting before it was to the advantage of Joe Biden, who was able to have these long wondered moments Or sometimes he does tend to stumble. I think for Donald Trump What's most important here is playing too not just stays who already adore him and to the Republican Party who will vote for him. But finding a way to be more appealing to that, that mass voter and certainly that Joe Biden target as well. Given the response from that first debate, I imagine both candidates they're trying to reframe what they deal. And, of course, the challenge is debating its not just what you do, but it's what you do in response to your opposition, and you're probably thinking that threw pretty critical as well. Of course this is our second row three third. That's okay. Our second final debate less than two weeks away from the election. One more thing before I let you go Doctor, Laura Wilson University of Indianapolis Political science Department. Is it the job of a moderator? Maybe we've gone over this with you before. But I'm wondering if it's the job of a moderator to bring up things like Hunter Biden's a laptop with the emails, ISAT the moderator's job to bring up our asked questions about Joe Biden and his thoughts about packing the Supreme Court. Or is that going to be something that we're going to have to hear? Donald Trump, bring up I'm just I guess I'm asking what the what The function of the moderator will be tomorrow night. In terms of some of the big stories that have been in the media the past couple days. It will be interesting to see because there's so much latitude at moderator moderator has the ability to are they going to be much more proactive? Are they gonna serve someone like an opposition? The candidate or they're going to be more that passes. You mentioned topics. And as you said, these are all important topics. None of those were listed as the debate topic formally. I always think if you are a strong candidate in the debate, it is your obligation to point out those weekends of my abilities of the opposition. It is your responsibility. If you're relying on the moderator, in some ways, you're being too Passes yourself. You're not making the strongest argument you can because it's not just asking people to vote for you, but it's asking people not to vote for the other granted it So you know, in terms of how we balance that, who does it? Is it the moderator is the opposition. I think the candidates are responsible for making those arguments. But a lot of times you see moderators that really comfortable jumping in. And because there's so much lasted with what they do, depending on how pro active or passive they are, they may take a stronger role. It will be interesting. Duffy as we watched the debate, Dr Lore Wilson Political science Department, University of Indianapolis, as always, doctor, Thank you so much for taking the time. My absolute pleasure. Thank you for having me. All right. You know what I've been enjoying doing this segment the working for a living segment. I've been like enjoying having job openings out there. People trying to connect. So let's keep doing this here if you know of any jobs that are open right now. Give us a call. 239 93 93 an employer. You're a boss. If you're a business known or in need of serious help Call us right now. And we'll give you a 10 15 seconds were the free air time. Tio, get it out there. 239 93 93 call right now We'll get you on the air..

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

07:47 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Political Science Department. University of Indianapolis. Dr. Wilson definitely want to get You're taking your thoughts of tomorrow night's presidential debate. First, Let's talk about last night's gubernatorial debate. Holcomb Rainwater and Woody Myers. Initial thoughts, anything Stand out to you, and he surprises last night was the first of all No big surprises. They there were certainly some moments that I think if you 100 paying much attention to you might have caught your interest. Particularly with Woody Myers, talking about on Jennifer McCormick and in terms of education and what you heard from Donald Rainwater in terms of covert regulation, and, of course, incumbent Republican Eric Holcomb and what he's done standing. By his record. You don't think there was anything depriving per se nobody. Nobody called somebody a clown on stage like presidential anything like that. I wouldn't have came and it was important motive. I enjoyed it meaning but educational at its finest, and we only had 60 minutes. I thought what was really could see because I had lost it and needs debate Commission for doing this. You had all three candidates with treated parties here. You really thought on every issue. Three different takes. And, for example, Cove. It's obviously a really big issue and permeated many of the questions even though it wasn't a replica would really the question you even be libertarian with one perspective, the Democrat with another and Republican with a third, and I thought in terms of an educational moment, this was great to see the candidates and actually really stand in divergence on the issues. Unlike as you mentioned the presidential debates where you could have watched that and you heard a lot of yelling, I've been a lot of complaints. But he didn't really get the policy that you really saw here. Doctor I went into last night thinking that Donald Rainwater, the libertarian is gonna have to do something special to try to siphon some of those voters away from Governor Holcomb, who might not be thrilled with the way things were going, but traditionally always just vote Republican. Did he do enough to do that last night? I think he certainly tried. They talked a lot about taxes. That was one thing during watered wanted to address the individual in contact with the residential property taxes. Hokum descended those arguments talking about you have to have a way to pay for things and services that government provide. It's a smart strategy on Rainwater's behalf, because in terms of the polling, of course, Holcomb is the incumbent is leading. And so that's where you would see an opportunity and in particular for the libertarian causes an argument. Indiana right now, if you're Disappointed with what's going on. If you Jewish. There's too much government you who would be opposed to both the Democratic and the Republican with regard to many of the ideas of Kobe. What or not, he was successful enough. I don't think people really fee. The long term trajectory of a libertarian candidate right now in Indiana. Let me be clear right now in Indiana of winning an election but being able to save enough votes or attract voters to their cause to make a stand. I do think he was effective in doing that last night, and he's certainly a lot more attention to his campaign candidate's CM. Generally the libertarian cause I believe in the state, So let's say, Let's just say I have arguments. Take the Holcomb wins this election. Blood. The Libertarian Party gets a large percentage of the votes. Does that mean that Holcomb and the GOP kind of looks at themselves in the mirror and says, Well, maybe we should rethink of some of the strategies moving forward here be reflective. I think they would. And and also not that they wouldn't celebrate because he'd be a worthy cause. But you kind of look at it as a temperature. Check on your Hoosier voter. Where'd you Who's your stand on issues and certainly the Liberty Aaron candidates successful and and get enough votes that tells you something about their message. What resonated with voters. Nobody enjoys a majority forever. No party wins all the races all the time. Always so every time you have an election, I considered to be a mandate and not just on the candidate and not just on the party. But the general idea that is It is the best part about any election because voters opportunity there little comment cards to say, How are we doing sums up some down and this is the kind of feedback that candidates, campaigns and party should all be taking into consideration if they Just certainly what they do in terms of legislation and prepare for the next election cycle. Dr. Laura Wilson political science Department, University of Indianapolis, joining us here on the Hammer and Nigel Show one more thing on the debate. We saw it last night before we preview the varsity match, which is tomorrow in Nashville were conducting a lot about Donald Rainwater. We've been talking about Governor Holcomb. Listen. I disagree with pretty much everything that comes out of the mouth of Dr Woody Myers. But I will tip my hat to a man. He did not try to pander to anybody. He came out last night and said, We need mask mandates with teeth. He came out and said, I want to bring Jennifer McCormick back all the things that I disagree with that aren't popular for the most part of the great state of Indiana, locked down until a vaccine comes out. He owned it and ran with that last night. You hear a really unique democratic candidate because in many ways he's embracing, as you know, the more liberal policies that traditionally Democratic candidates in the state most recently have came from, I think, in part because they tried to play that moderate position trying to get that middle of the road Voter, right? Listen to get that 51% and I agree. I think we look Att Doctor, Would you mind his approach? Has been really genuine to himself and really genuine to the policies that that he focuses on. I would say he probably had one of my favorite line of the evening. And that was the line about giving a sandwich to a starving person talking about educational policy and teacher pay, which was one of the very first questions addressed to them. I do think he's been really strong in his campaign with that, you know, funding differences. The pulling difference is it probably doesn't look like it's going to be in his favor. But certainly you Down the position for himself in a niche, and I think it would be easy to go for the moderate would be easy to go for some of the things that might make you more appealing in in national direction, but that he's holding steadfast. So what it seemed. You truly believe then on DH, sometimes for candidate and hard race that's very difficult to deal and so a big picture moving here to the presidential election. It's a shame because you know, covert the economy crime. Should be things. Everybody's talking about All anybody's talking about this like debate tomorrow is the mute button. Have you, Dr Laura, have you ever? Is that a standard thing? Have you ever been part of a debate or seeing a debate where there is where the candidates have their microphones muted. I have not. But I will say after watching the last day I can understand. Also teaching a class over Zoom. I did you feel really strongly I have Jonathan use about the mute button hasn't really been a part of our debate culture. I think until 2020 How many students do you have to mute on the average day? Dr. Laura? How many young punks do you have to hit the mute button on Utah as many as I need so I can hear my own charming voice. No, it is not too many, but you know you get really strong opinion. And sometimes people need to remember that it's a classroom full of lots of individuals, and it's not just there a one on one moment. Do you expect the president to change his Tone tomorrow because a lot of people myself, including included thought the last debate Hey, was a little bit too aggressive to the point where he wasn't allowing Joe Biden to say something ridiculous..

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"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"300.72% they yield on the two year 20.13% Nymex crude oil is down one and a quarter percent or 51. Cents $40.45 a barrel Comex gold is up 2/10 percent or $3.50 at 1912 40 an ounce A euro 1.1712 against the dollar British pound 1.2938 and the yen is it 105 point to one, and that's a Bloomberg business Flash down Here's Michael Bar with more on what's going on around the world. Michael Aaron, President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden showed striking differences. In dueling televised town halls. Trump defended his administration's handling of the Corona virus. He was evasive when NBC's Savannah Guthrie pressed him about whether he took a required to go with 19 tests before his first debate with Biden. Do you take a test every single day? No, no, but I took a lot of tests. And you don't know if you took a test the day the debate, possibly I did. Possibly. Aiden Trump refused to denounce the Q and a on conspiracy group Beytin on ABC denounced President Trump's handling of virus. Hey, said he didn't tell anybody because he was afraid Americans would panic. Erica is Don't panic, Keep panic. He didn't say a word anybody. Biden said he has pledged to repeal 2017 tax cuts would only applied to the wealthy and that he would leave the middle class cuts untouched in baseball. The playoffs. The Astros and Braves are winners. Global News 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg. Quick Take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analyst more than 120 countries. Michel Barr, This is Bloomberg. Nathan. All right, Michael. Thank you very much. It is now 5 49 on Wall Street in life from the moon. Interactive broker studios. This is Bloomberg. Daybreak. Professor Wendy Schiller of Brown University joins us now chair of the political science department at Brown, Professor. Good as always, to have you with us. So instead of a debate last night, we got counter programming. Does this have any impact on the race? Well, I mean, I think people are voting every single day. We've talked about this expansion of early voting. We've seen a lot of long lines and a lot of different states. Like maybe this week, we seen examples from Texas and from Georgia. So every day matters right of somebody watched the town Hall's last night. Decide today's the day I'm going to vote, and it's possible that it's long an independent or on the side of voter either way, or it motivated somebody who's really loyal to trump or somebody who tend to vote democratic. So I do think every time voters have anon Opportunities to see one of these candidates for an hour or an hour and a half in the case of Biden, then I think it can shape some votes. But like I said, every day this election is happening, so I don't think it kind of has any long term effect on November 3rd. Okay, so based on what we saw, depending on which town hall voters decided to tune into last night did either of the candidates Do anything to change that swing Voters mind? Well, I think that you know, I like other people, you know, just slip back and forth to watch both of them as best I could. I think that Biden continues to show or or refute the idea that he's not coherent that he's not capable. It doesn't have a command of the material. You know, he seems on his game, right and me very coherent answers to very engaging with the people who are asking questions. So I think the vibe at the Biden Town Hall What do you call? That was sort of one of, you know, regular voter asking questions of somebody who was answering the questions. Whereas Trump he did answer the questions in his own way. But it was more defense of his administration, defensive himself and Savannah Guthrie, the moderator, you know really pushed him, so it was a completely different as if your watching two different kinds of events when you're watching them. And you talk about the kind of tone that the presidential candidates are conveying in these types of events. It doesn't sound a CZ, though either candidate is really changing their approach in terms of you know how they comport themselves in the race and potentially how they would handle the job once installed in the office, So you know at this point in the race What can either side dio t try to shift if they need Teo? Well, Nathan, your You're pointing out something that's really fun until quality of American elections. Even incumbent president right, so somebody one before it's going to use the same style that got him there. I mean, Obama was criticized in 2012 for not being more engaged on the campaign trail till the very end of the election. Same thing, right? Yeah, I got here I want I know how to do this. I'm going to win again, and I think that's what Trump thinks. And he certainly was very fiery was very energetic. He reminded people he was very vital. I think he wanted to do that. And he succeeded on and his followers. They probably like very much what they saw for Biden. He hasn't shifted, either. You know, he's been criticized for a lot of style, long winded answers, etcetera. But this seems to working for him because at the moment the answers are appealing to voters. There's commanding policy and they're saying Oh, I know what I'm doing on the job. I didn't you know you can trust me. I'll do the Job and a pretty simple messaging. But if it's working, then you know they're not going to shift in the last two weeks of the campaign, speaking with Wendy Schoeller, professor of political Science Chair, the political Science department at Brown University, in the report, Michael Bar presented moments ago, pointing out the president and Joe Biden both gave sort of evasive answers to questions that have been Asked of them in.

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"That it does. Is it the moderator's job in these debates to call that out? Or does that fall all at the feet of the other candidates? I think the challenge is really for the other candidate and opposition and your wife, the moderators looking at making sure everyone gets more lessons in that time that they are asked the questions they've been prepared for. I do think it's the moderator's job to make sure that the cannon there addressing the question, so if they didn't do that, the first life you could re ask it right. You could rephrase that. You could try to get them on it. I think it's hard, though, to ask the moderator to do too much, and in terms of the fact checking in some ways, I think if your candidate the good job telling a lie or a a twist on the truth, if you will In the opulent call them out. That's kind of opposition and a again I really enjoyed last night. Today. I thought the vice presidential candidate both did a stellar job. But they were both pretty good at catching those mistruth. If you will over those lives and no, actually, that's not the case. I do think at the end of day, that's part of the debate. That's not really the responsibility, the moderator, but that is the responsibility of each of the candidates that are on that stays there. So we were speaking with the doctor, Laura Wilson of University Indianapolis political science professor. Is there like some sort of official way to score? A debate like when you're sitting there watching that, or you like Is there a hashtag mark or a scratch mark in 11 for pence? One for Kamala is there is there? Ah Ah, procedure for that. You know, not that I am aware of your honor, something I I like that idea. I do know, Of course, people play bingo and drinking games and quite entertaining raising. We're raising our hands in the studio right now. That's us. I cut it right. I know. I don't know about the official scorecard. I I always look for style points, of course contacts in policy to but But I do think there's a lot of subjectivity there so But when you have debate class in college and There is there a winner and a loser. They threw me and I think that's what changes it from when you're looking at it. Maybe not local debate for the little debate because part of the context of what did they bring up? How accurate were they? How good were they selling their point? The actual rhetoric itself the tone how they address that the other candidate and then I also think it's such a televised debate, making sure you're with the audience periodically looking at the camera periodically, but not overdoing it. And there's a whole There's a whole school of things. I guess I'm trying to say that you have to take into consideration. But it just gets much harder with the political debate because of course, there that that line of political subjectivity and what What you are sold on what? You're gonna be influence. Of course. What you believed in the first place. Dr Laura Wilson University of Indianapolis Political science department last thing before we let you go here, the million dollar question. What do you think worked last night? What were some of the best moments and what were some of the worst moments last night? I think overall, the dynamic works so much better and and you really thought that was kind of a queen a moment, I think for both of the candidates, I thought you thought those pens and Harris when they were on stage. They were very articulate. They were very clear they were not usually shaken nor stirred relative to what you thought in the previous debate with the president, so that that dynamic really conveyed a sense of leadership and I think What we're going to keep seeing on the political horizon in the future. A good moment for pence certainly bring a fracking expression. You're talking about the Pennsylvania electorate. I think good moment for Harris was talking about the Corona virus and questions rolling that and think a lot of the debate worked. Generally speaking, the biggest questions coming off of this, and we opened this Conversation with? Well, we have another debate. We know we won't with vice presidential candidate That's all we see of them. And a lot of times they aren't as important in the administration. Certainly, they're not the president. Are we going to be here for the presidential candidate again? I think that's my big takeaway way. Leave from yesterday evening in the newsroom this morning and looking what comes on the future. Of course, we just don't know yet. Dr Laura Wilson, Political science professor. University of Indianapolis. Doctor, As always, we appreciate you taking the time as always. Thank you so much.

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Com hotline on Bring on Dr Laura Wilson, professor of political science at the university off Indianapolis. Dr. Laura, I've seen every Reaction imaginable to that fiery debate last night between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. I thought Trump was pretty aggressive. I thought that maybe kept biting on his heels. A lot of the time last night. What did you see big picture from that debate last night between the presidential candidates? Fiery almost seems like an understatement. Getting what it Wass. People wanted conflict. If they want to see bashing, they certainly tuned in, and they got that. I think you saw a lot of clarification in terms of issues when you were able to hear over the candid yelling at each other, and certainly Chris Wallace struggled. I think, moderator, two tone everything in, but you did. You did get some policy there when you're able to here. It's certainly a lot more about coverted questions about the appointment process in terms of Amy Tony Barrett alive talk about the economy and even the racial questions that we've had in the country. When you look at both candidates, I thought Joe Biden did best when he was being interrupted, in part because that gave him the time to break. He wasn't able to get better and Tio Papa to lose a train of thought, because that interruption allowed him for that. You certainly thought Donald Trump come out, too and in terms of his personality And be able to be really forceful and his resistance and a comeback. Both in that no doubt have really strong personalities. They're charismatic in their own way. But in a lot of ways a class last night, And while you got the clarifications in terms of issues and policies I really think you did is also very messy, very contentious. And leave people wondering what is going on with our elections right now, who they're going to vote for. For those who had decided, and and really who they're supporting. For those who already had Doctor Lower Wilson University of Indianapolis Political science Department You bring up race. I think one of the big headlines and I'm seeing this morning is when one Chris Wallace brings up That defunct statement about Charlottesville and number two the way the president handled it. He's talking about the proud boys and he says, Stand back and stand by and that line right there. That broke Twitter last night. What did you think of that whole back and forth. It was really interesting because it seemed to be very unclear on how people interpret it whether or not they saw that as being the statement of the Annunciation. That's what Chris Wallace said. He said. I want to hear you didn't denounce white nationalist groups and the president said initially, that sure, he said, sure, second time. And then, as you said, that phrase Cowboys came back again by incense, and it seems they have kind of embraced it. Call. Some people say no, he was. He was saying he gave that demon face And he said, Sure, I'll announce it Sure, he said. A second time. Of course, others are interpreting it saying No, but he's stand back and stand by your standing by for something. You're waiting. You're not leaving me? It just emphasized the gannets just divided, polarized political culture. We have Because even a statement like this be interpreted so many different ways and most likely is heavy interpreted based on your own partisanship and your own ideology. Whether or not you want to think or mean one thing or whether or not you see it as meeting another. What did you make of Joe Biden saying that I mean, essentially, he was against the green new deal that he was against de funding. The police, which were Major staples of the progressive platform. I I thought that was quite interesting that that he kind of went against, you know that Bernie Sanders and the seas who Who, up until now, we had thought kind of. Maybe we're running bite and we're you know, pulling the strings behind the scenes. This is an important moment for Biden because he's not president. So you can point to any then from a presidential administration. Perceptive, Of course, you're looking back at what he supported by president and an infinite career. But as you point out, she happened to distance himself. I think he felt ideologically from the far left, and his main goal here was trying to present himself in being moderate as being neutral as being separate from the more extreme last. It is trying to capture really that in Dependents that modern voter who hasn't maybe decided and wouldn't agree with. You mentioned the green new deal, but you might be interested in something else. One of the other lines that really stood out to me last night and today when he said a repeated a couple times, actually, like I am the Democratic Party and Joe Biden and trying to make this statement for what he believes is what stands for the party itself, even though we know conflict surely part either. And they're very he divers. They're not monolithic, but he's also trying to make that statement. I am much more moderate than other people of Amy. I am not as extreme and trying again just to a fuel for that middle voter using those phrases to capture their interests and to get them to think, OK, you know, not so liberal. Maybe not. Maybe not that extreme. Maybe someone, ultimately, I might support Did anybody change their mind watching that last night, Dr. Laura, if you went in there last night, thinking orange man, Bad or Maga? You didn't change your mind, Did you? No, you don't. People do not e think a lot of times people ask the question, like do debates matter, honey, a waste of time and resources Incredible, expensive and they do take a lot of time..

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:34 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I need a waste of time and resources, but they're incredibly expensive and they do take a lot of time. People change their mind if they've already made it up. No, of course not. And I think it just reaffirmed. It gets them excited, You know, perhaps little angered, But however, they get motivated. They have feelings about it, though the way it can be influential, with the very moment of people who haven't decided yet and again in that small niche people who haven't decided am people who are watching or paying attention. And this gives them a larger sense of what the candidates Jan for but also the candidates are I love campaign advertisements Total campaign junkie, the builder's 38 62nd cliffs that are totally produced. You have a director telling you what to say. You have thought you wrote the script that you're actually reading your smiling at the camera. You're trying to sell yourself and voters know that cannot know that it's not a surprise here. The differences in debate the real person comes out and, you know, not all priests, not all prepared. That very knowledge of people who haven't decided and we're paying attention. That's that's that small group that can be influenced by the debate last night. Okay, So you mentioned you're a political junkie. You're a professor of political science. If someone is undecided, based off of your experience here, why are they undecided? At this point? It feels like these two candidates here. Especially the president, the most polarizing celebrity, probably in the world right now, what would make somebody undecided in this specifically, I think it's the fact that they may be. It's the lesser of two evils. You heard A lot of people say that last night, they were watching the debates of being entirely unimpressed. I heard someone use the word discussed it, and I don't think that's too extreme or dramatic in this case for this particular race, and I think you could go back. 2016 probably say the same thing. If people are undecided is because they're uninspired. They're unmotivated. They don't feel like they're clicking or the Canada is resonating with them. And I will say in defense of candidates, it's very hard to appeal the 51% of any group well on the American Population, which is very large, diverse and once all sorts of conflicting thing. You have to be everything for not everyone but a majority of people to win the election. And that is challenging. Look at this race. I think the candidates for some people they're just they're not representing. What theywant to see Orson talk of Joe Biden his campaign. Ah, the people are saying now that's it. You should not do these other two debates You got through the 1st 90 minutes. You held your ground. I personally think Donald Trump had Bite on his heels a lot during the debates, But do you think? What do you think of that? Should Joe Biden move forward with the next two debates? Because this because you know the criticism last night was Trump was very bullish. Very, You know, there was a lot of interruptions. I'm not even quite sure what the format of the debate was last night, but But all in all, do you think Joe Biden should move forward with another debate? It's a great question. I don't know if it would advantage in any way. That would be the question. The campaign has to look for a same with Donald Trump. What do you get out of this? What is the risk? And what is the benefit and I'm not sure that for either candidate they would necessarily benefit from having another. Go ahead. I thought both of them did well, from what it was. They were trying to deal who what they were trying to achieve on every time you get in a debate you are risking in those 90 minutes that you say something stupid or silly that you undermine your own credibility that This one looks better than you, and ultimately you've hurt your chances. It is a it is a risk. I couldn't tell you what they're calculating. But I would say, I'm not sure that it really be as Andrew for either candidate. This points early, purchased another one. Although be helpful for us. It's the same for both candidates. The same problem years is what we're seeing. Have you ever seen a presidential debate? Quite like what we saw last night. I am not And I would tell you I was watching with students. I know many of my friends were drinking because that's the kind of debate we were having wasn't as for some of them first, and then watch the presidential debate and is a professor. That person again admitted political junkies. I have to say No, it's not all we've like this. Not all this way what the students have to say, Well, they were assassinated. A lot of them refer to it a juvenile or kindergartners. One comment was no. That's offensive to kindergartners themselves. I think many of them you have their own political opinions. They've already decided and they felt like their side held strong and that you know the end. When we said who want our loss? It was very much influenced by whether or not you like the hand that or didn't I thought both candidates did well for again what they were trying to Dio. But I will say they were probably more appalled. Then I realized you and I know they're not always like this. This was a particularly rockets and k I A. But the first one you've seen in the on ly one you've seen as a college freshman who I was quite a debate to watch. Dr Laura Wilson, Political Science Department, University of Indianapolis. Doctor. We love your input on these things. And when we get Mike Pence and Kamala Harris will get you back on to break that one down as well, if you're up to it. I'm always up to it, and I love providing analysis. Thanks for reaching out. Let's change gears just a little bit. We've been doing this the last couple of days. We brought a bit back that we were doing at the very beginning of the pandemic. It's called. I'm still standing. So if you are a hospitality worker in Marion County And you're not getting much help from your local officials. If you want to let people know your business is still standing. Give us a call right now. We're going to give you some free airtime. We need some help..

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Danni Reches: Building Your Path In the Social Sciences

Papa Phd Podcast

05:39 min | 2 years ago

Danni Reches: Building Your Path In the Social Sciences

"We're going to be talking about how you got to where you are today in academic terms. So we've talked about So you're in Haifa Center for German and European Studies. You're doing a PhD on policy and perceptions of immigrants from the Middle East in. Europe. how did you get before talking about exactly what you working on? How did you get to the PHD? How was the whole academic journey for you? It all comes down to a big coincidence adds to the honest I. Didn't really know what I was getting into. When I signed up for BBC or or applied for position actually see what happened is data. I moved to from the Netherlands when from. partially to be able to go from the humanities. Faculty which I had had my Ian Levin's. To Straits ahead, go into political science, which is in social sciences. Different faculty in unknowns wasn't able to do that. Unless. Would have done a year in between to get some more courses than every year the University of Haiphong. Because I have taken some classes earlier recent conflicts, which also political science they allowed me to state go into get him. So that's one of the reasons that I moved here that I started doing that M. A. N. as I loved to science. I love the small programs with just a few students so that I could really choose my own self aches that have tonight. So when I wrote my master's thesis. Supervisor said I'm not only in political science departments also a part of the sense of Germany abuse. Studies. And we are you, we opened up two positions for his suits with a scholarship. maybe you WANNA consider applying for us because my master's thesis was about the refugee crisis in Europe. So you're being center that was something interesting. So. I was like, well, you know I like what I'm doing I like the writing of first ongoing on the gap here in Salia and from there alright the application. Which I did from the Wifi at McDonald's. In, Australia was as a backpacker. I applied for the Specie position. After having spoken to. Supervisor Miami was over with. With that. Center. and. Then eventually I got the news was still in Australia that I've gotten that I got the position and that when I was be back in this is something I was starts. Would Abuse De was How much effort at time and? A lifestyle is just a position was not clear to me and I had to learn a lot along the way. I am very happy to be hosting bolts costs what to do with Dad's. Because I get to listen to others. To hear a how they've been dealing with things and I'm also happy like you said before I confess that on people who are just starting now you mentioned something that I found really interesting and I didn't do that. I didn't think it was something possible. I didn't. It didn't arise in my mind you talked about taking a gap year. I'd like to talk about that and. Yet to talk about how you took that decision, how easy was it to take it and how you organize to be able to go backpacking in Australia that how Atlantis? Well. It's always been something on my mind right Australia as child's. To seeking room for real. To See all these amazing places where there's desert big cities. At. But also the tropics and everything in between. was. Something that was always on my mind and I learn about this program way to go on a working holiday visa. which that people with my nationality? Is Fairly, easily apply just go online you a little bit of money and then within twenty four hours I got the email zero mine visa. To go to. For one year allowing you to work so that you could also finance your said there. and I knew that this was only possible until the age of certain. Now, not necessarily tell you how old I am now but I'm eating it. At some point you know before thirty, this is my goal in life is to make it to the and. This was the right time in my life because I just finished Ma I. Wasn't sure yet. What was GONNA do exactly with bats whether I was GONNA look for a job. He is railway move to or if I was GONNA find a job in Europe Netherlands or any other. Country which is an option. Or. Continue studying because I. got this idea for my. Evasive advisor, Ovadia about the Beastie. So this was a good time for me to go about and think about it in a different setting and my everything together for quite a while already. Also got really lucky as an Israeli to death that same visa that he at applies for from. Yeah it was really a dick out of the lottery. And then. You know. To go within so many months otherwise you will be valid anymore. So like Yoga we're doing.

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"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg interactive brokers studios right six forty nine on Wall Street now time to check what's going on in DC some of the top stories in the nation's capital include president trump vetoing a bill that would have limited his war powers against Iran Supreme Court justice Ruth Vader Ginsberg getting out of the hospital after gall bladder infection and the treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin getting into a Twitter battle with the lead singer of guns and roses the story is a Bloomberg dot com it is real and also making news this morning top US and Chinese trade officials getting set to meet next week to discuss progress on trade negotiations let's get more now from Wendy Schiller chair of the political science department at Brown University markets are taking that as a positive Wendy as a vice presidential side of progress but we in the U. S. and China on trade but of course we keep hearing the rhetoric from the trump administration blaming China for the origins of the pandemic at what's your read on all this well I mean it it got to do two things at once right I mean we have a supply chain issue we know we can we open to free trade with China fully after two thousand when Congress and president signed into law under Clinton and so we've had now twenty years of growing meno economic and also production dependence on China so when China went down or shut down for a while that really her feistiness has to do with everything that we consume everything parts everything and also some medicines so I think getting into a big trade war with China right now when we're suffering probably more than they are it's probably not as more ideas it seems like the president's talking about one thing but as policymakers are trying to accomplish something else yeah it does it does there seem to be a risk here that if we do have renewed trade tensions between the US and China that could undermine the message that president trump is trying to put out there now that we need to focus on getting the economy back up and running even as this pandemic continues yeah and we also have other conditions like to weave a food supply issue right now and we are theoretically although you know I haven't really hit us yet and the question is those farmers also sell to China and we saw what happened when trying to shut its doors yeah agricultural exports right we had to do sixteen nineteen billion dollars in subsidies for farmers that was not long ago a year ago so you just can't afford to keep doing that and have that happen again vertically right now so I think there's just all sorts of computer pieces here but the president is consistent on this he is he made campaign promises he has a campaign rhetoric that he uses and he just doesn't hear from it no matter what you do what happens he sticks with it because he perceives you know his reelection with his base as dependent on keeping to what he promised he would do is there a ratcheting up of tensions with China help him politically with that base is that something that resonates with them well it's it has got to be Hanno simplistic about it but you know if he doesn't want to shoulder any blame at all which she does not for the spread of the corona virus in the United States in the economic damage that it causes not to mention on the incredibly tragic number of deaths you need someone to blame and blaming China with some of his base probably works because that base may also be located in areas where production has moved on to secure China rather than staying in state so it's really it where they suffered job losses because of China that message will only work a little bit more effectively there's a report in the Associated Press this morning that the trump administration has essentially shelved some detailed guidance from the centers for disease control when it comes to giving states a road map to reopen what is your reaction to that well this is now about the electoral college this is about winning particular states and hear about avoiding blame for when things go sideways and some other states that's what that's about it's really frightening as a voter as somebody who you know you know obviously it will be all they are affected by what the program does and state governments you don't want the federal government economy down on information that could be helpful to states but what we seen in the last six to eight weeks is that states are on their own and they know that and they've been taking divergent steps diversion policies if I doesn't help with curbing pandemic however they just moved on they just decided the federal government for the most part is not going to be super helpful to them so this is a situation you don't want to see in twenty twenty and the president's doing it because then the present and say listen this is what I said and in the states that like me you know maybe it's working economy wasn't so bad in states that don't like me it's getting really bad but they're not able for me anyway and I think it's just the sheer electoral strategy I always get getting your insights Wendy thanks for being with us this morning Wendy Schiller is chair of the political science department at Brown.

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"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

"Bro. Very very upset and call and talk of war. Actual war is now on the table. Can YOU SEMIS WHO? I'm speaking of Joy Reid. Close Chunk Szanto Kit Chunk Chunk Uber and he was pissed making we. We look at week ago. I would've told you I did tell you super Tuesday. I think we got this remember. We're talking about whisper of intriguing. I think it might be over on Super Tuesday. So I'm not saying this on behalf of TY T. Or anything like that. We thought it was almost over. Burning was going to win now. It's not over now. We're in a tie. And now we got absolute digging warfare against the salvage fan but we didn't start the war. They lie about it again. We didn't start the war. They started the war. They belied about thirty cents. For God's sake on Castro could give you a thousand examples Bernie Sanders said this same exact thing as Obama everyone on TV is like Oh my God what an outrageous thing Bernie Sanders said. Obama said the city. No shut up. Don't cover don't cover Obama's at the same thing is Obama. Pro Fidel Castro. Same exact thing God game you tell the truth. God Damn it. Tell the truth if you're not going to do we're gonNA okay and so you want to go to war. We'll go to war and that is what this is. We cannot let by win guys. Not just unprogressive versus establishment. This is so important. I need you to understand. This is not gonNA be. Trump Biden is either near senile. Or actually senile. Watch any of the tapes and Biden lies nonstop. He's GonNa get caught. He's okay the media's covering for him but did not going to be able to cover when the Republican form and when trump comes for him he's not GonNa pick trump this Salvadorian candidates less likely to be trump. Anyway we just had twenty six thousand is that we can be lost to a doofus trump. And now here we go and establishment Kennedy that is four worse with mental his mental faculties under question. His Record Worse Than Hillary Clinton's he lies a thousand times more than Hillary Clinton did right. And you're going to run that guy because trump and we're GONNA lose at trump again and maybe lose our democracy. Hell no hell no no Bernie. Sanders is going to win this race. And I'm telling right now and it's not just. Hey let's go fight. It's also a prediction. Biden is not capable of winning this and I'm not doing a brokered convention where they give it to someone who didn't get less votes not going to happen Bernie. Sanders is going to be the nominee. I'm telling you right now. Yes so couple of things one. I'll yeah I feel bad for clip of the day for that. When you're done with your I'll take it right now. If you don't mind I hate to forget. It's like sometimes looted. Well a couple of things one he and I think he speaks on behalf of a big corporation a big collection of people at the Bernie supporters of. Oh and they know they got screwed they did. They got screwed by the establishment. But I am on the other hand happy because now do you see what the media is doing. This is what we've been telling you for thirteen years and I'm sure that the young Turks if they even know we exist. Where a bunch of Dick Wads? I'm sure of it Do you see what we're talking about Chink Chunk. You see what's going on here. I also looked into his accusation. That Obama said exactly the same thing as Bernie very hard to find apparently came from a twenty sixteen townhall meeting so I only was able to get a clip. That includes some hokey ass shit music. But it's fairly similar. And you recall the Bernie said. The Castro put literacy programs in place and everyone could read was very good. They have great medical care. That's pretty much what Obama said. That's a huge achievement should be congratulated the President Castro. And I said Look. You've made great progress in educating Show young people on every child in Cuba get some basic education. That's that's a secret. A huge improvement from where it was medical care cowed. The the life expectancy of Cubans is equivalent to the United States. Despite it being a very poor country because they have access to healthcare. That's a huge. Achievement should be congratulated. But of course it was Obama. So you know it just sounds better. It doesn't sound as threatening the way. Obama uses his tone of voice. I think is perfect because he saying this is factually true. It's true but you know we all know Communist. That's kind of implied. So you know it's not exactly the same chunk however when it comes to Joe Biden and lying. Yeah we've got some pretty good historical evidence. There was quite the fracking several decades ago which needs to be revisited. New Questions from renovate Biden during April campaign. Appearance in New Hampshire. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic. Scholarship went back to law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class and my was the outstanding student. The Political Science Department at the end of my graduating with three degrees undergraduate school. Nine hundred sixty five credits. Only one hundred twenty three credits. Biden now. Concedes he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have three degrees from college and that he was not named outstanding political science in College. Newsweek says Biden actually went to school on a half. Scholarship ended up near the bottom of his glass and one only one degree. Not Three Joe Biden ranked seventy sixth in class of eighty five at the University of Security Syracuse Law School. I mean this guy comes off the whole thing. As a flyweight now Biden says no right man. His memory had failed. So yeah teasing embellish. You're a liar. And even then he was blaming his memory which could not have improved. Well it's the idea is again if people read my essay about anything but the money. They've already conceded the fact that trump's GonNa win and chunk and think what he wants. I do want to say something about the campaign clipped by plate. You just need to re explain that one point when you say it's about the money make sure you explain what the money is about. Who was four? The money is okay. There's a lot of money that goes into in the DNC. Needs to collect as much. Hillary used to be graded. Getting a lot of money is going to get any money for sanders as for sure the money is not just for the presidential guy the monies for the down ballot near concerns seriously concerned about down by which everybody else so you have to have not only money to for the presidential candidate you need money overflowing so it goes to the down ballot people. That's why you need a Bloomberg dropped five hundred million on his own Lark of a campaign he drop a billion bucks if it's needed and then you have all these bankers already said they're not gonNA. They're out there done if warren gets in let alone Bernie so they're not going to be helping and the Democrat Party as I explained in the essay is really the party of the bankers and the billionaire class nowadays and they need this money and they're not gonna get this money if Bernie's running in its Bernie would just screw up everything. They lose everything they would departy. Would fall apart of Bernie. Do you think that the Democrat Party believes that the Bloomberg money will help them retain the house and capture the Senate there well? That's the hope. Do you think do you think they have a hope a chance.

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"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

"Bro. Very very upset and call and talk of war. Actual war is now on the table. Can YOU SEMIS WHO? I'm speaking of Joy Reid. Close Chunk Szanto Kit Shank Chunk Uber and he pissed making we. We look at week ago. I would've told you I did tell you super Tuesday. I think we got this remember. We're talking about whisper of intriguing. I think it might be over on Super Tuesday. So I'm not saying this on behalf of TY T. Or anything like that. We thought it was almost over. Burning was going to win now. It's not over now. We're in a tie. And now we got absolute digging warfare against the salvage fan but we didn't start the war. They lie about it again. We didn't start the war. They started the war. They belied about thirty cents. For God's sake on Castro could give you a thousand examples Bernie Sanders said this same exact thing as Obama everyone on TV is like Oh my God what an outrageous thing Bernie Sanders said. Obama said the city. No shut up. Don't cover don't cover Obama's at the same thing is Obama. Pro Fidel Castro. Same exact thing God game you tell the truth. God Damn it. Tell the truth if you're not going to do we're gonNA okay and so you want to go to war. We'll go to war and that is what this is. We cannot let by win guys. Not just unprogressive versus establishment. This is so important. I need you to understand. This is not gonNA be. Trump Biden is either near senile. Or actually senile. Watch any of the tapes and Biden lies nonstop. He's GonNa get caught. He's okay the media's covering for him but did not going to be able to cover when the Republican form and when trump comes for him he's not GonNa pick trump this Salvadorian candidates less likely to be trump. Anyway we just had twenty six thousand is that we can be lost to a doofus trump. And now here we go and establishment Kennedy that is four worse with mental his mental faculties under question. His Record Worse Than Hillary Clinton's he lies a thousand times more than Hillary Clinton did right. And you're going to run that guy because trump and we're GONNA lose at trump again and maybe lose our democracy. Hell no hell no no Bernie. Sanders is going to win this race. And I'm telling right now and it's not just. Hey let's go fight. It's also a prediction. Biden is not capable of winning this and I'm not doing a brokered convention where they give it to someone who didn't get less votes not going to happen Bernie. Sanders is going to be the nominee. I'm telling you right now. Yes so couple of things one. I'll yeah I feel bad for clip of the day for that. When you're done with your I'll take it right now. If you don't mind I hate to forget. It's like sometimes looted. Well a couple of things one he and I think he speaks on behalf of a big corporation a big collection of people at the Bernie supporters of. Oh and they know they got screwed they did. They got screwed by the establishment. But I am on the other hand happy because now do you see what the media is doing. This is what we've been telling you for thirteen years and I'm sure that the young Turks if they even know we exist. Where a bunch of Dick Wads? I'm sure of it Do you see what we're talking about Chink Chunk. You see what's going on here. I also looked into his accusation. That Obama said exactly the same thing as Bernie very hard to find apparently came from a twenty sixteen townhall meeting so I only was able to get a clip. That includes some hokey ass shit music. But it's fairly similar. And you recall the Bernie said. The Castro put literacy programs in place and everyone could read was very good. They have great medical care. That's pretty much what Obama said. That's a huge achievement should be congratulated the President Castro. And I said Look. You've made great progress in educating Show young people on every child in Cuba get some basic education. That's that's a secret. A huge improvement from where it was medical care cowed. The the life expectancy of Cubans is equivalent to the United States. Despite it being a very poor country because they have access to healthcare. That's a huge. Achievement should be congratulated. But of course it was Obama. So you know it just sounds better. It doesn't sound as threatening the way. Obama uses his tone of voice. I think is perfect because he saying this is factually true. It's true but you know we all know Communist. That's kind of implied. So you know it's not exactly the same chunk however when it comes to Joe Biden and lying. Yeah we've got some pretty good historical evidence. There was quite the fracking several decades ago which needs to be revisited. New Questions from renovate Biden during April campaign. Appearance in New Hampshire. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic. Scholarship went back to law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class and my was the outstanding student. The Political Science Department at the end of my graduating with three degrees undergraduate school. Nine hundred sixty five credits. Only one hundred twenty three credits. Biden now. Concedes he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have three degrees from college and that he was not named outstanding political science in College. Newsweek says Biden actually went to school on a half. Scholarship ended up near the bottom of his class and won only one degree. Not Three Joe Biden ranked seventy sixth in class of eighty five at the University of Security Syracuse Law School. I mean this guy comes off the whole thing. As a flyweight now Biden says naked man. His memory had failed. So yeah teasing embellish. You're a liar. And even then he was blaming his memory which could not have improved. Well it's the idea is again if people read my essay. It's not about anything but the money they've already conceded the fact that trump's GonNa win and chunk and think what he wants. I do want to say something about the campaign clipped by plate. You just need to re explain that one point when you say it's about the money. Make sure you explain what the money is about. Who was four? The money is okay. There's a lot of money that goes into in the DNC. Needs to collect as much. Hillary used to be graded. Getting a lot of money is going to get any money for sanders as for sure the money is not just for the presidential guy the monies for the down ballot near concerns seriously concerned about down by which everybody else so you have to have not only money to for the presidential candidate you need money overflowing so it goes to the down ballot people. That's why you need a Bloomberg dropped five hundred million on his own Lark of a campaign he drop a billion bucks if it's needed and then you have all these bankers already said they're not gonNA. They're out there done if warren gets in let alone Bernie so they're not going to be helping and the Democrat Party as I explained in the essay is really the Party of the bankers and the billionaire class nowadays and they need this money and they're not gonna get this money if Bernie's running in its Bernie would just screw up everything. They lose everything they would departy. Would fall apart of Bernie. Do you think that the Democrat Party believes that the Bloomberg money will help them retain the house and capture the Senate there well? That's the hope. Do you think do you think they have a hope a chance.

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"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

"Bro. Very very upset and call and talk of war. Actual war is now on the table. Can YOU SEMIS WHO? I'm speaking of Joy Reid. Close Chunk Szanto Kit Chunk Chunk Uber and he was pissed making we. We look at week ago. I would've told you I did tell you super Tuesday. I think we got this remember. We're talking about whisper of intriguing. I think it might be over on Super Tuesday. So I'm not saying this on behalf of TY T. Or anything like that. We thought it was almost over. Burning was going to win now. It's not over now. We're in a tie. And now we got absolute digging warfare against the salvage fan but we didn't start the war. They lie about it again. We didn't start the war. They started the war. They belied about thirty cents. For God's sake on Castro could give you a thousand examples Bernie Sanders said this same exact thing as Obama everyone on TV is like Oh my God what an outrageous thing Bernie Sanders said. Obama said the city. No shut up. Don't cover don't cover Obama's at the same thing is Obama. Pro Fidel Castro. Same exact thing God game you tell the truth. God Damn it. Tell the truth if you're not going to do we're gonNA okay and so you want to go to war. We'll go to war and that is what this is. We cannot let by win guys. Not just unprogressive versus establishment. This is so important. I need you to understand. This is not gonNA be. Trump Biden is either near senile. Or actually senile. Watch any of the tapes and Biden lies nonstop. He's GonNa get caught. He's okay the media's covering for him but did not going to be able to cover when the Republican form and when trump comes for him he's not GonNa pick trump this Salvadorian candidates less likely to be trump. Anyway we just had twenty six thousand is that we can be lost to a doofus trump. And now here we go and establishment Kennedy that is four worse with mental his mental faculties under question. His Record Worse Than Hillary Clinton's he lies a thousand times more than Hillary Clinton did right. And you're going to run that guy because trump and we're GONNA lose at trump again and maybe lose our democracy. Hell no hell no no Bernie. Sanders is going to win this race. And I'm telling right now and it's not just. Hey let's go fight. It's also a prediction. Biden is not capable of winning this and I'm not doing a brokered convention where they give it to someone who didn't get less votes not going to happen Bernie. Sanders is going to be the nominee. I'm telling you right now. Yes so couple of things one. I'll yeah I feel bad for clip of the day for that. When you're done with your I'll take it right now. If you don't mind I hate to forget. It's like sometimes looted. Well a couple of things one he and I think he speaks on behalf of a big corporation a big collection of people at the Bernie supporters of. Oh and they know they got screwed they did. They got screwed by the establishment. But I am on the other hand happy because now do you see what the media is doing. This is what we've been telling you for thirteen years and I'm sure that the young Turks if they even know we exist. Where a bunch of Dick Wads? I'm sure of it Do you see what we're talking about Chink Chunk. You see what's going on here. I also looked into his accusation. That Obama said exactly the same thing as Bernie very hard to find apparently came from a twenty sixteen townhall meeting so I only was able to get a clip. That includes some hokey ass shit music. But it's fairly similar. And you recall the Bernie said. The Castro put literacy programs in place and everyone could read was very good. They have great medical care. That's pretty much what Obama said. That's a huge achievement should be congratulated the President Castro. And I said Look. You've made great progress in educating Show young people on every child in Cuba get some basic education. That's that's a secret. A huge improvement from where it was medical care cowed. The the life expectancy of Cubans is equivalent to the United States. Despite it being a very poor country because they have access to healthcare. That's a huge. Achievement should be congratulated. But of course it was Obama. So you know it just sounds better. It doesn't sound as threatening the way. Obama uses his tone of voice. I think is perfect because he saying this is factually true. It's true but you know we all know Communist. That's kind of implied. So you know it's not exactly the same chunk however when it comes to Joe Biden and lying. Yeah we've got some pretty good historical evidence. There was quite the fracking several decades ago which needs to be revisited. New Questions from renovate Biden during April campaign. Appearance in New Hampshire. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic. Scholarship went back to law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class and my was the outstanding student. The Political Science Department at the end of my graduating with three degrees undergraduate school. Nine hundred sixty five credits. Only one hundred twenty three credits. Biden now. Concedes he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have three degrees from college and that he was not named outstanding political science in College. Newsweek says Biden actually went to school on a half. Scholarship ended up near the bottom of his glass and one only one degree. Not Three Joe Biden ranked seventy sixth in class of eighty five at the University of Security Syracuse Law School. I mean this guy comes off the whole thing. As a flyweight now Biden says no right man. His memory had failed. So yeah teasing embellish. You're a liar. And even then he was blaming his memory which could not have improved. Well it's the idea is again if people read my essay about anything but the money. They've already conceded the fact that trump's GonNa win and chunk and think what he wants. I do want to say something about the campaign clipped by plate. You just need to re explain that one point when you say it's about the money make sure you explain what the money is about. Who was four? The money is okay. There's a lot of money that goes into in the DNC. Needs to collect as much. Hillary used to be graded. Getting a lot of money is going to get any money for sanders as for sure the money is not just for the presidential guy the monies for the down ballot near concerns seriously concerned about down by which everybody else so you have to have not only money to for the presidential candidate you need money overflowing so it goes to the down ballot people. That's why you need a Bloomberg dropped five hundred million on his own Lark of a campaign he drop a billion bucks if it's needed and then you have all these bankers already said they're not gonNA. They're out there done if warren gets in let alone Bernie so they're not going to be helping and the Democrat Party as I explained in the essay is really the Party of the bankers and the billionaire class nowadays and they need this money and they're not gonna get this money if Bernie's running in its Bernie would just screw up everything. They lose everything they would departy. Would fall apart of Bernie. Do you think that the Democrat Party believes that the Bloomberg money will help them retain the house and capture the Senate there well? That's the hope. Do you think do you think they have a hope a chance.

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"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on No Agenda

"That's a huge achievement should be congratulated the President Castro. And I said Look. You've made great progress in educating Show young people on every child in Cuba get some basic education. That's that's a secret. A huge improvement from where it was medical care cowed. The the life expectancy of Cubans is equivalent to the United States. Despite it being a very poor country because they have access to healthcare. That's a huge. Achievement should be congratulated. But of course it was Obama. So you know it just sounds better. It doesn't sound as threatening the way. Obama uses his tone of voice. I think is perfect because he saying this is factually true. It's true but you know we all know Communist. That's kind of implied. So you know it's not exactly the same chunk however when it comes to Joe Biden and lying. Yeah we've got some pretty good historical evidence. There was quite the fracking several decades ago which needs to be revisited. New Questions from renovate Biden during April campaign. Appearance in New Hampshire. I went to law school on a full academic scholarship. The only one in my in my class have a full academic. Scholarship went back to law school and in fact ended up in the top half of my class and my was the outstanding student. The Political Science Department at the end of my graduating with three degrees undergraduate school. Nine hundred sixty five credits. Only one hundred twenty three credits. Biden now. Concedes he did not graduate in the top half of his law school class that he does not have three degrees from college and that he was not named outstanding political science in College. Newsweek says Biden actually went to school on a half. Scholarship ended up near the bottom of his glass and one only one degree. Not Three Joe Biden ranked seventy sixth in class of eighty five at the University of Security Syracuse Law School. I mean this guy comes off the whole thing..

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President Trump acquitted on both impeachment charges, avoids removal

Bloomberg Daybreak

05:27 min | 2 years ago

President Trump acquitted on both impeachment charges, avoids removal

"And the head of that address so you'll hear from president trump on the result of his impeachment trial we welcome and Wendy Schiller chair of the political science department at Brown University good morning when the always good talking with you I mean the impeachment verdict was pretty much a foregone conclusion except perhaps for that loan vote to convict from Republican senator Mitt Romney do you expect that we're going to hear something about that from the president at the podium today he's talked about it on Twitter will he talk about it publicly thank well I mean he he does take a victory lap you know he's had a pretty good week Iowa was a disaster for the Democrats in turn defeated incumbent president you can't even run you know a Caucasian running pretty well for four years so and there's a lot of disarray and impart party right now he's even you know standard state of the union speech was a little bit more politicized than most but it wasn't on you know I'm really off the script for a lot of the unions and bunch people you point out to them you you know you basically tell your accomplishments so I think he'd be better off just to say well you know you tried meeting get mean you know that you know the Senate have spoken let's move on and that would be the smartest move because looking you know to vindictive as we know this president can sometimes sound but not always you know right in front of everybody for like this focus speech I think that is not going to play well with suburban voters who are really probably still on the fence about trump you know life is good time is good six of the person whose economy you know that calm usually great but if he continues to debate in a way that starts to really make people nervous about what's he doing a second term you know that's margins and in this race I think it's going to be a lot of margins at the side certain states although the president in the past has banked on his bass carrying him forward and trying to you know grab a few voters here in there they can try to bolster that base is that still a strategy that can work for him well you know and checking on gallop to the whole time because it's pretty consistent and he's up in Gallup you know by a couple of points and that's really the one the first time he'd seen any kind of bump for him since his inauguration day so easy expanding his base that that you know we thought so we'll have to see over the next couple of months whether the whole because his every waking up and then I can go down depending when you doing so if you can do that yeah then you can be more successful but I don't see how that holds if he continues to haven away that looks like he feels unfettered completely can do whatever he wants whenever he wants and I I think over time when people focus on that and any associated given the economy it just makes people nervous and people are nervous maybe that although the Democrats that maybe they stay home if they stay home in a couple places like Pennsylvania Wisconsin or a you know Arizona North Carolina and these are found to win anyway I don't have to vote then I think you lose and I think that's something you're starting to worry about IT looks like it's too easy form then I'll suffer the same fate I think the Democrats in twenty sixteen you're pointing to an Avenue I think the dead yeah Democrats could potentially exploit there but how difficult will it be for Democrats to do that when as you mentioned the disarray we've seen in the Iowa caucuses and the still sort of muddied field here heading toward the further parts of the democratic primary counter yeah you know it's funny Democrats always not always but most of the time have pretty chaotic primaries in the beginning the primary system a proportional representation as you move forward beyond the caucuses and people always have a shot people is always people you know still around in March rethink wait they should be running more than a viable so it's not back concerning that it's not settled yet but I think at the end of March early April if it still looks really dug in I think it's an opening for other people who have been considered the favorite before but soon we November and it really depends on world conditions it depends on what the president does and of course it depends on the economy but for the Democrats a strategy has to be depressed that turnout among independents and suburban Republicans vertically women that just are not comfortable with trial but like the condition of the country can you get them to say I don't have firmly vote for this person but I won't over them problems with the home and get your base out and I think that's in twenty eighteen with a three year for the Democrats in that sense so they just have to make sure their turn out gets up it's hard to generate turn out when you're angry at somebody you think it would be but it's you know people are enthusiastic about the door more easily so it's a very big awful crimes the Democrats but it's still really early quickly here what are your expectations for the New Hampshire debate tomorrow night well you know people yet again as you know new life and the idea that he wasn't viable he's too young you know I'll to just use a little older and he's Dale toe to toe with Bernie Sanders I think prisoners that deny the comment and he would have liked coming out of Iowa and I I think it's usually does well in New Hampshire and the changes the conversation and if Biden comes in fourth in New Hampshire I think it really slows momentum even though will do well in South Carolina and probably on super Tuesday it hurts quite a lot and I think pretty shaken merges as a real competitor possibly to Sanders when the seller chair of the political science department brown university you can hear that debate tomorrow night from Manchester

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BYU valedictorian comes out as gay during graduation speech

Radio From Hell

02:35 min | 3 years ago

BYU valedictorian comes out as gay during graduation speech

"Graduation at Brigham Young University, a young man giving his valid at the valedictorian speech or BYU. Oh came out as gay during his graduation speech. Katie knows him. I went to school with him. Yeah. I went to middle school with him. His name is not Houston. A wonderful human being eastern valedictorian BYU's political science department gave a convocation speech for the BYU graduating class of twenty nine thousand nine. He said I stand before my family friends and graduating class today to say, I am proud to be a gay son of God. Now, did they know he was going to not really, no, no, no, no. They didn't know that. He was going to do that. He he stayed in the closet the all school. He never let it was clear. It was very obviously he didn't. He didn't want people. He didn't want to come out in the end. Everybody was fine. Without we loved him. He was the nicest person BYU when he gave the speech the crowd erupted with. Cheers, and applause. Nice. He went onto Twitter to share more of his words during graduation, and that's what it went ugly. I'll bet every time during my time of BYU I have slowly come out to some of my closest family members and friends. He said, however, this is the first time I've publicly declared it I felt it was important to share both for myself and for the LGBTQ community at BYU ace good for him. I don't speak for everyone. My own experience is all I can vouch for I hope that people know that we are here at BYU, and we're not going anywhere anytime soon. He continued on Twitter thanking both BYU's political science department and the college of family, home and social sciences for giving him an opportunity to share his offensive invulnerable self to all those who attended the commencement. I'm so proud of him. He was such a great person in school. And he was super smart. Always you're not surprised. No, not at all not at all. Dr whole John Hoban who who's an assistant professor at the department of political science and eastern faculty adviser also went on Twitter and gave his his students of supportive tribute. I couldn't be prouder of my student friend and co author eastern Mattie eastern at eastern, Mattie, stated Holbein, he continued to say that eastern was not only a great scholar, but a gem of human being as well when describing his character. Oh, yeah. We I hadn't talked to him in a while. We oh, we didn't go to the same high school because I went to high school out of my district. But he we still talked every once in a while like nothing had changed. He was such a

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"political science department" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on 600 WREC

"The political science department at the end of my year. I graduated with three degrees from undergraduate school one hundred sixty five credits only one hundred twenty three credits. And I'd be delighted to sit down and compare my Cutie like Frank. You cannot go to a seven eleven Dunkin donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I don't know my state. My state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My state is the eight largest black population in the country. My state is aiming from northeast liberal state. I sorta. Great. Clean voice. Chuck Graham state Senator Chuck stand up Chuck. Oh, God love ya. What am I talking about? I tell you what you making everybody else. Stand up. Thank you, very very much. I tell you what stand up for Chuck happens to be as Barack says three letter word jobs, J O B. Do you know the website? Now, I'm embarrassed, you know, the website number. I I should have it in front of me. And I don't I'm actually the teasha knows a lot about it. Is mama lived in Long Island for ten years or so God, rest your soul. And although she's wait your mom's still your mom's still alive is your dad passed. God bless her soul. I gotta get this. Great. Why say they're going to start to see unemployment grow this spring. Employment North America is going to be the first half of the century. At least the epicenter of energy in the world North America Nexico, the United States, China, the problem in my guess is usually true..

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"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"political science department" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Up to last night was the media coverage of it. And then after last night, the continued media coverage, what did you take away from the way that all the networks and the cable networks covered this address because I started channel surfing around. And of course, it's everything you thought it would be you turn it on the FOX they agreed with Donald Trump. Meanwhile, on CNN, they had a six person panel, and they were all agreeing with each other. Donald Trump was bad. Why you need six people because they were all agreeing with each other. Panel. Yeah. That orange guy. He's the worst, man. I it just it goes into the polarization yet. Again, I am not surprised by any of it. I'm glad that they all aired it. And I think this was a smart strategy behind having it a prime time. You're gonna get picked up a couple of the news wrap up later. Right. This was a all pine twenty twenty five minutes in and every channel dedicated some time to it. But yeah, they're going give the same kind of analysis. Expect to hear I I would be shocked beyond shocked actually if people out differently than what we'd expect it. It's the polarization of our culture right now. I've always said I think Donald Trump is going to cut some sort of deal here in the near future. He's a dealmaker. That's what he does. Do you think we're gonna see an end to this shutdown here within the next week or so? Beckley on time. But obviously it has to come to an NFL point. And I think there are other things on the table. It feels like it's about immigration, but we have a lot of other policies that are brewing at the national level. I would be disappointed, but also surprise again, if someone couldn't come to a compromise from the Democrats and Republicans, I think the president is I think there's something there that Dr Laura Wilson from the political science department at the university of.

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