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01:46 min | Last month

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"I'm Bill Seward from the 24 hour. Ko Phi newsroom the House of Representatives has impeached President Trump for a second time in less than a year. He's accused of inciting the deadly insurrection of the U. S Capitol last week. 10. Republicans voted to impeach Trump whom House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called a clear and present danger to the country. A she'll send the article of impeachment to the Senate. But senators are unlikely to take up the issue before Joe Biden has sworn in next week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's still undecided as to whether Will vote to impeach Trump President Trump has released a video message asking for peace from his supporters and also calling out what he says is an unprecedented assault on free speech. He's our tents and difficult times. The efforts to censor cancel and blacklist Our fellow citizens are wrong. And they are dangerous. Trump says. It's important for people to listen and not silence One another. The White House released the message yesterday afternoon, but Trump didn't mention anything about the impeachment. The law professor Chapman University who received the backlash for speaking at the pro Trump Rally in D. C last week, has agreed to retire. The university has released a statement saying Dr John Eastman's departure will close a challenging chapter for the school. Chapman and Eastman have also agreed not to engage in any legal actions, including claims of defamation. A covert 19 vaccine super site has opened up a Disneyland O C. Health care director Dr Clayton Chow says the site can vaccinate 7000 people each day by appointment only as best seen supply increases. Super part structure will allow us to easily scale.

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01:34 min | Last month

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"I'm Bill Seward from the 24 hour. KO Phi newsroom, The House of Representatives has impeached President Trump for a second time in less than a year. He's accused of inciting the deadly insurrection of the U. S Capitol last week. 10. Republicans voted to impeach Trump whom House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called a clear and present danger to the country. A she'll send the article of impeachment to the Senate. But senators are unlikely to take up the issue before Joe Biden has sworn in next week. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says he's still undecided as to whether Will vote to impeach Trump President Trump has released a video message asking for peace from his supporters and also calling out what he says is an unprecedented assault on free speech. He's our tents and difficult times. The efforts to censor cancel and blacklist Our fellow citizens are wrong. And they are dangerous. Trump says. It's important for people to listen and not silence One another. The White House released a message yesterday afternoon. Trump didn't mention anything about the impeachment. The law professor Chapman University who received the backlash for speaking at the pro Trump rally in D. C last week, has agreed to retire. The university has released a statement saying. Dr John Eastman's departure will close a challenging chapter for the school. Chapman and Eastman have also agreed not to engage in any legal actions, including Claims of defamation. A covert 19 vaccine super site has opened up a Disneyland. We'll see. Healthcare director Dr Clayton Chow says.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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07:06 min | 2 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Thank you so much pressure on me back on. I could make their I'm representing the president here in my individual capacity and not in my capacity as the Professor Chapman. Correct, Professor. Why did you agree to take the case? Well, I think it has married. I've been looking a lot at the legal, um, of the statutes in these four states that were violated by Collusive suits by Democrat Party officials against friendly Democrats, secretaries of state such exactly in Pennsylvania. Um uh, these statues that were designed to help protect against fraud. And in the area of voting, and we know is most subject of fraud, which is absentee balloting. Um, And they just ignored those state. Those laws. They ignored signature verification requirements in Wisconsin. They ignored. Um voter I d requirements on day and it just it just If it doesn't look right. The number of ballots that are affected by these violations of state law is much larger than the margin of error margin between the two candidates, Professor and going over your 39 page lawsuit. It does not appear to me unless I've missed it. You're making the allegation that I think Sidney Powell is making an idea is that the the Dominion Machines themselves were hacked. In voting tallies were altered. You're not making that argument, or you were not way focused. Texas focused on this and then the president in its motion to intervene that I filed focus exclusively on the violations of law. The the Article Two of the Constitution says the legislature have plenary power to decide the manner of choosing electors and when, when non legislative election officials in those states Ignored those laws they were violating the federal constitution. It's a very clean, pure constitutional legal issue, and we don't have to get into the fight. You know whether the machines were peppered with power all of that because it doesn't matter the elections were illegally conducted. Contrary to state law state law that was issued pursuant to authority from the Federal Constitution professor, I was pretty confident that the Supreme Court would take up the Pennsylvania challenge. They chose not to release the emergency challenge. Maybe it'll be resubmitted and they may end up taking the case. But I was surprised they didn't take that case. And if they're not gonna take that case, it seems to me It's even less like the Supreme Court is gonna take up your case. Well, that that case, you know, involved very interesting issue of state law. State law allowed only have 20 ballots. Or specified groups or good the Legislature broad in that Excuse me Larry on but was asked representative Kelly was an emergency injunction. That's a very rare thing. What Texas has has four here is expedited review. And it's made a very compelling case that it has original jurisdiction, which some of the justices actually think is mandatory, stayed on state lawsuits that the court has to hear them. Where's representative Kelly is just kind of a normal Cirque petition. Compounded by the requests were very quick emergency relief, which is the court almost never grants. I'm talking to Professor John Eastman, who, in his personal capacity is representing the president enjoining the Texas lawsuit along with the 17 other state attorneys general in suing Four states to overturn the election. Professor. What specifically? Are you asking the Supreme Court to do with these four states? Are you asking them to overturn their determination that the election with one for Biden and say with one for Trump? What do you asking the four states to do? No, we've made clear. We're not asking the court to decide the election. All we're asking the court to do is decide whether the significant violations of state law. Um uh, require that the state Legislature look at what happened and determine whether those electors are validly certified. And re asserting that the primary authority here is not the secretary of state or county election officials. But it's the Legislature of the state. And I think that the Supreme Court does that these legislatures will recognize what constitutional authority they have they there has been great deal of uncertainty about that, Professor. The argument. Of course against it is that we have 50 different individual state elections. If a state does something, then any other state could argue that that states maneuvers affected affected our state so that every state can also make the argument that any time a state does something that that other state doesn't like. They have standing in which case we'd have these kinds of lawsuits all the time. For that reason, I think a lot of people feel the Supreme Court is not going to touch this thing with a 10. FT. Rod. I think the Supreme Court's going to take a given the seriousness of the issue, and I will and I will distinguish all those other kind of cases you mentioned. The Supreme Court is frequently known, including an occasion bombing. John Anderson's independent run for president back in 1980 that the election for president and vice president is unique and the only offices in the land where every state Has a vote. And the court said in those cases in that case that what happens in one state of illegal voting, encouraging one state that has a direct effect on the validity of the votes in other states. And I think that makes this different than any of them. Any of the other state on state concerns that you raised. Okay. I'm gonna ask the same question or begin, Professor. So bear with me. Assuming the Supreme Court takes the case. What do you want them to decide? What do you expect they would decide. Well, if they take the case, I want them to decide whether non legislative officials altering state law is legally permissible. And if it's not, then we've got an unconstitutional election occurred in these four states and remand to the state Legislature to exercise their authority, both under Article two of the Constitution and Uh, section to a title three of the United States code to determine now what ought to happen in the choice of electors. When you say determine what ought to happen, what? You're not providing any guidance as to what you want to happen. Well, of course, we would like the Legislature's in these states. So look at the data and the significant dad of how just, you know. Statistically impossible. What happened in several of these counties Woz and then and then on their own assess, you know, absent absent these illegal actions by our state officials. Here's what our best prediction on the evidence we have of how the outcome of the election would have been. And if that means Trump would have wind to cast electors for Trump finally, Professor Why do you suppose the Supreme Court did not take up the Pennsylvania case? Well because it was extraordinary relief by it, But in a certain petition by a single member of Congress on on an issue that is not at all clear to me, was even violated. They may they may have just rejected the the emergency nature of it, or they may have just rejected having a look at the marriage. But it was a certain petition, which is entirely within the court's discretion on whether to take it or not. The Texas case is arguably arguably a mandatory case for a matter of original professor. You're you're waiting. I assume any moment now to learn whether not this week was gonna take up the case, correct. Yes. Any moment. Are you going to argue that they do.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:19 min | 2 months ago

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"Thank president could make figure representing the president capacity. Not in my capacity as Professor Chapman. Correct, Professor. Why did you agree to take the case? Well, I think it has married. I've been looking a lot at the legal of the statutes in these four states that were violated by uh, collusive suits by Democrat Party officials against friendly Democrats, secretaries of state such as happened in Pennsylvania. Um Thies statues that were designed to help protect against fraud in in the area of voting, and we know his most subject of frog, which is absentee ballot. Um, And they just ignored those state. Those laws. They ignored signature verification requirements in Wisconsin. They ignored. Um voter I d requirements on band. It just it just it doesn't look right. The number of ballots that are affected by these violations of state law is much larger than In the margin of error margin between the two candidates, Professor and going over your 39 page lawsuit. It does not appear to me unless I've missed it. You're making the allegation that I think Sidney Powell is making And that is that the The Dominion Machines themselves were hacked in voting tallies were altered. You're not making that argument, are you? We're not way focused. Texas focused on this and then the president in its motion to intervene that I filed focus exclusively on the violations of law. See the article Two of the Constitution says the Legislature have plenary power to decide the manner of choosing electors. And when, when a non legislative election officials in those states ignored those laws, they were violating the federal constitution. It's a very clean, pure constitutional legal issue, and we don't have to get into the fight. You know whether the machines were peppered with her all of that, because it doesn't matter the elections were illegally conducted. Contrary to state law state law that was issued pursuant to authority from the Federal Constitution professor, I was pretty confident that the Supreme Court would take up the Pennsylvania challenge. They chose not to release the emergency challenge. Maybe it'll be resubmitted and they may end up taking the case. But I was surprised they didn't take that case. And if they're not gonna take that case, it seems to me It's even less like the Supreme Court is gonna take up your case. Well, that that case, you know, involved. Very interesting issue of state law. State law allowed only happen T ballots. Or specified groups or good the Legislature brought in that. Excuse me, Larry on but was asked by representative Kelly was an emergency injunction. That's a very rare thing. But Texas has has four here is expedited review. And it's made a very compelling case that it has original jurisdiction, which some of the justices actually think is mandatory, stayed on state lawsuits that the court has to hear them. Where's representative Kelly is just kind of a normal Cirque petition and compounded by the request for very quick emergency relief, which is the court almost never grants. I'm talking to professor John Eastman, who, in his personal capacity is representing the president. In joining the Texas lawsuit, along with the 17 other state attorneys general in suing four states to overturn the election. Professor. What specifically? Are you asking the Supreme Court to do with these four states? Are you asking them to overturn their determination that the election with one for Biden and say with one for trump, What do you asking the four states to do? No, we've made clear We're not asking the court to decide the election. All we're asking the court to do is decide whether the significant violations of state law. Um uh, require that the state Legislature look at what happened and determine whether those electors are validly certified and reasserting that the primary authority here is not The secretary of state or county election officials, But it's the Legislature of the state. And I think that the Supreme Court does that he's legislatures will recognize what constitutional authority they have. They have been great deal of uncertainty about that, Professor. The argument. Of course against it is that we have 50 different individual state elections. If a state does something, then any other state could argue that that states maneuvers affected affected our state so that every state can also make the argument that any time a state does something that that other state doesn't like they have standing in which case we'd have these kinds of lawsuits all the time. For that reason, I think a lot of people feel the Supreme Court is not going to touch this thing with a 10 FT. Rod. I think the Supreme Court's going to take a given the seriousness of the issue, and I will and I will distinguish all those other kind of cases you mentioned. The Supreme Court is frequently filled, including an occasion bawling. On Anderson's independent run for president back in 1980 that the election for president and vice president is unique and the only offices in the land where every state Has a vote. And the court said in those cases in that case that what happens in one state of illegal voting, encouraging one state that has a direct effect on the validity of the votes in other states, and I think that makes this different than any of the any of the other state on ST Concerns that you raised. Okay. I'm gonna ask the same question or begin, Professor. So bear with me. Assuming the Supreme Court takes the case. What do you want them to decide? What do you expect they would decide. Well, if they take the case, I want them to decide whether non legislative officials altering state law is legally permissible. And if it's not, then we've got an unconstitutional election occurred in these four states and remand to the state Legislature to exercise their authority, both under Article two of the Constitution and Uh, section to a title three of the United States code to determine now what ought to happen in the choice of electors. When you say determine what ought to happen, what? You're not providing any guidance as to what you want to happen. Well, of course, we would like the Legislature's in these states. So look at the data and the significant dad of how just you know statistically impossible. What happened in several of these counties, Woz? And then on their own assess, You know, absent after these illegal actions by our state officials, here's what our best prediction on the evidence we have of how the outcome of the election would have been. And if that means Trump would have went to cast electors for Trump Finally, Professor. Why do you suppose the Supreme Court did not take up the Pennsylvania case? Well because it was extraordinary relief by it, But in a certain petition by a single member of Congress on on an issue that is not at all clear to me, was even violated. They may they may have just rejected the the emergency nature of it, or they may have just rejected having a look at the marriage. But it was a certain petition, which is entirely within the court's discretion on whether to take it or not. The Texas case is arguably arguably a mandatory case for a matter of original. Great, professor. You're you're waiting. I assume any moment now to learn whether not this week was gonna take up the case. Correct. Yes. Any moment. Are you going to argue that they do Well, it depends on what they do with presents. Gotta go. Gotta go. Thank professor Stuck in Travis. We've got the answer. 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"professor chapman" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:48 min | 4 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on 790 KABC

"12 08 on talk radio. 7 90, ABC. John Phillip Show Broadcasting Live in exile from my Living room in Palm Springs, California. And it's time to open up the state of California for business. Mr Randy Wang's at the Sports Desk in Culver City, John. We have the very real possibility that the presidential election will be decided today with what's going on in Pennsylvania. George is going for a recount. If that happens, Ella can finally moving on to talking about local issues like the fact that it's going to rain tomorrow. It's going to rain all weekend. My golf game already got canceled for tomorrow morning. No Want one. How about we start off the show with some good news? Because today it's going to be a lot of news. None of us want to hear. Well, most of us don't want to hear. So I'm gonna brighten everyone's spirits lift you up, motivate you and put a smile on your face. You ready for that, Randy, let's do it. I put on a suit this morning for the first time in awhile since Cove it started and I still fit in it. Congratulations. Thank you so much. What was surprising? What did you have to get used to wearing pants that had like a belt in a zipper. It was really difficult. I must say I was looking at my suit, like a cave man would look at a fax machine. And when I put my pants on, I had to do it in a way. It was like when you when you open up a bottle of champagne that's been in the fridge for a while. You can't point the cork at anyone because it might fly out like a bullet coming from the chamber. And it could put someone's eye out or go through a wall or something. So I made sure when I put my pants on, I didn't have the the button aimed at anyone or anything that could damage They fit. They fit. They did fit Now. I couldn't bend over and I couldn't turn my head and I couldn't breathe. But it did fit. So I'm gonna count that. In the win column. I think that's reasonable. As Randi mentioned we could have, a new president of the United States announced today. Joe Biden, the former vice president is expected to address the nation sometime later today. What has changed today from yesterday is that yesterday, the president Was ahead in the state of Pennsylvania was ahead in the state of Georgia. And in the count. It looks like Joe Biden has surpassed him so far in both states. Now, all ballots haven't been counted yet. Nevada is still up for grabs. We certainly have North Carolina's still up for grabs, and Alaska hasn't been called Why? I don't know. But if the state of Georgia comes in officially for the vice president, and if Pennsylvania does, that's all she wrote. Let's look at the latest numbers. Biden up in Pennsylvania by 13,673 Votes Trump Up in North Carolina by 76,000 Votes Biden up in Nevada by 20,000 Votes Biden up in Arizona by 40 Now 1000 votes. Trump up in Alaska by 54,000 votes in Georgia, which happened this morning, Joe Biden ahead by 1500 votes Now that margin is so thin that they're most likely will be a recount in the state of Georgia, but it's looking like it's going in Biden's direction. Now coming up later on in the show. We're going to talk to John Eastman, Who's a constitutional law scholar in law Professor Chapman University as well as her meet. Dylan, who is the founder of the American.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

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04:28 min | 7 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, even if the way that it all has all played out has not been away anyone would've wanted to is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications. If we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result, I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service to the country. And indeed how perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning Preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what we called it an off ramp. Professor Mamie Chapman. She cheers the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester. Professor Chapman. Thank you. Thank you for having me. President Trump issued a posthumous pardon to suffragist Susan B. Anthony today in 18 72. She was convicted of a felony attempting to vote today's part and comes on the 1/100 anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote. But in Rochester, New York, were Anthony lived and worked for most of her life. The move is getting a negative reaction among some as NPR's Liz Baker reports. Christopher Ross and his wife are out for a walk in Mount Hope Cemetery, with their seven year old daughter, making a stop at Susan B. Anthony's headstone take her out for the grave site. I know a lot of people come here on election data. Be there, stickers and so forth, Ross says. They're educating their daughter about Susan B. Anthony. But as for today's pardon, haven't spoken about that yet. Not huge Trump fans and Feels a bit of pandering around the election, so I would prefer to keep her history separate from any connection to him. And his politics the reason why he's doing what he's doing. What an opportunist. I mean, if he thinks he's going to get more women voters, I highly doubt it. Gwendolyn Warren is in town for a family funeral in the same cemetery and came over to pay her respects on the centennial. I think it's The idea itself of apartness wonderful, but coming from him. Just doesn't cut it for me. Among those who might also be angry about the party, Susan B. Anthony herself during her lifetime. She never wanted a pardon. She refused to pay one cent of the $100 fine. She was issued. And used her arrest and trial to gain publicity for the movement. She didn't think she did anything wrong, so why should she be pardoned? I think that President Trump misunderstands. Where Susan B. Anthony was coming from and what her stance. Wass Linda Lapa Tha is director of interpretation at the Susan B. Anthony Museum. If Susan B. Anthony were alive today about a speculates she'd probably be on Twitter using her pardon to get women out to vote in November. Liz Baker, NPR NEWS, Rochester, New York Assed. The convention's go, virtual morning edition is sitting down with voters to hear what keeps them up at night. And how that might influence their vote in November. That story and more tomorrow on morning edition. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. Way have a link to watch the Democratic National Convention on our website at que EU or Good evening. America. Mahoney. This is 90.3. K's.

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08:49 min | 7 months ago

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"On a Tuesday. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Leila folded in Los Angeles today brought a sudden reversal in the story of the male and the vote. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy announced that he's suspending his controversial cost cutting plans at the U. S. Postal Service. The move comes amid bipartisan pressure and reports of slowdowns in mail delivery around the country. Those delays were particularly alarming for election officials, who are expecting an unprecedented number of Americans to cast votes by mail this year due to the pandemic. We're joined now by NPR's miles parks, her cover's voting issues. Hi, miles. Hi there, so first off, what exactly did the postmaster announced today? So if you remember D Joy came to the Postal Service earlier this summer in May after leading a private logistics company for more than 30 years, and he had promised this sort of organizational realignment aimed it saving money. Some of those changes had gone into effect already had already started, some major, fairly major mailed always across the country. But he essentially said today that that transformation he's planning is now on hold until after November's presidential election to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election male, he said in the statement. I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded. Over the past few weeks we've heard from postal workers and others who've said the's changes made it impossible to deliver mail on time. Does today's announcement mean that service will get better? It's still a little unclear, He says sorting machines will not be removed in overtime will be approved quote as needed. But a number of watchdog groups have already released statements saying they aren't satisfied. Because a lot of these policies that Detroit implemented when he first got on board, we're not super transparent from the beginning. It's still hard to know exactly what today's announcement means. It's not clear whether the sorting machines that were already removed, for instance, are going to be returned or whether just no more sorting machines are going to be removed. Here's former deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman. Talking about today's statement. It raises war questions, Then it provides answers, and it will be important in coming days to see if we can get clarity with regard Teo to those questions. Lawmakers will get a chance to get some of those answers on Friday and Monday when the joyous scheduled for congressional hearings Now this is a pretty dramatic reversal. What sort of political pressure were the joy and the Trump Administration under It was really extraordinary. How quickly lawmakers and the public took hold of this issue. You know, it's fairly walkie to be talking about the USPS just a couple months before a presidential election, But it points to what we've seen in public opinion polls that the USPS is the federal government entity that people generally like the most. The entire Democratic Party was galvanised by this, with some lawmakers like Senator Bernie Sanders, even calling for the joy to resign. A number of Republicans asked him to reverse the changes. Too many of them represent rural parts of the country where even if people are skeptical of voting by mail because of what President Trump has said they still might be more dependent than urban voters on the mail for things like prescriptions. So more than half of voters were expected to cast ballots by mail this fall. How nervous should they be about returning their ballots via the Postal Service? Joyce specifically said in the statement that the Postal Service is ready to handle whatever volume of election mail received this fall. And that's obviously a very different message from what President Trump has said where he's basically said the USPS is not equipped. Do that. The biggest message coming from election officials and experts is that voters should not be scared. They just need to be early with your request with mailing it back. Don't wait until the last minute on any of this stuff. That's what Canetti you into trouble is waiting up until the deadline. You need to just get that ballot in the mail and give the post office timeto work. That's NPR's Miles. Parks. Thank you. Thank you. In North Carolina. They tried the state's flagship school, UNC Chapel Hill, began the school year with in person classes. Then came Cove in 19 outbreaks in three dorms and a frat house in the first week. Yesterday, the university abandoned plans to have students on campus starting tomorrow. Classes will move online. Let's hear directly from Chapel Hill where Mimi Chapman is chair of the faculty and joins us now, Professor Chapman. Welcome. Thanks for having me How disappointed as everybody in Chapel Hill. Well, it's a heartbreaking situation. This's not where we wanted to be. We were very hopeful that a plan could work. Although You certainly as the summer wore on, and we weren't seeing the kinds of decreases in the virus around country that we had hoped. Ah, tensions and anxieties ramped up. Even as the campus was opening walk me through. How this last week has unfolded at the first sign of trouble was word of clusters into residence halls. Yes, that's correct. I think you know, certainly is faculty. We began hearing about this on Friday. I began hearing about it on Friday morning. I think it was on probably on Thursday Thursday night as I understand it that all of the contact tracing and that sort of thing was going on. So ascertaining exactly where these clusters were and who who needed to be. Tested in isolated and that sort of thing there. You surprised it unraveled so quickly. I guess. You know, I'm really sad that it unraveled so quickly. I There were an awful lot of students. If you walk around our campus, there were so many students that were doing a good job of wearing masks and doing what they needed to do from what I could see. It is also clear and we heard this from the earliest days that there were a lot of off campus activities, some of them related to the Greek system that were flying in the face of all recommendations, and so distancing masks that type thing. Exactly. Yeah, So, and those were big parties, and they were hosting first year students and students that lived on campus. And so at least as I understand it, the current thinking is that that is how it got back into the dorms. I was struck by a headline in the student newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel. They had an editorial yesterday with the headline. UNC has a disaster on its hands. Except they used a considerably more profane word that I can't say on air than disaster. Right? I saw that. Ah, from where you're sent it from the faculty perspective. Did they get it right? I think it is just I think it's more complicated than that. I mean, I I certainly understand the outrage and the anger and yes, there are many faculty members that Um, shared that outrage and anger. But it is a complicated calculus and I don't know. That the student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, even if the way it all has all played out has not been away. Anyone would have wanted it too. Is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications. If we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result, I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service to the country. And indeed how perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning Preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what? We've called it an off ramp. Professor Mamie Chapman. She chairs the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester..

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"professor chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:42 min | 7 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Mahoney. This is 90.3 K a U A new wildfire that popped up in Carmel Valley this afternoon about 3.5 miles southeast of Carmel Valley Village is now 250 acres. Mandatory of actions are evacuations are underway. The Carmel Valley Library, located on West Carmel Valley Road has opened as an evacuation center. On a Tuesday. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Leila Folded in Los Angeles today brought a sudden reversal in the story of the male and the vote. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy announced that he's suspending his controversial cost cutting plans at the U. S Postal Service. The move comes amid bipartisan pressure and reports of slowdowns in mail delivery around the country. Those delays were particularly alarming for election officials, who are expecting an unprecedented number of Americans to cast votes by mail this year due to the pandemic. We're joined now by NPR's miles parks, her cover's voting issues. Hi, miles. Hi there, so first off, what exactly did the postmaster announced today? So if you remember D Joy came to the Postal Service earlier this summer in May after leading a private logistics company for more than 30 years, and he had promised this sort of organizational realignment aimed it saving money. Some of those changes had gone into effect already had already started, some major, fairly major mailed always across the country. But he essentially said today that that transformation he's planning is now on hold until after November's presidential election to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election male, he said in the statement. I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded. Over the past few weeks we've heard from postal workers and others who've said the's changes made it impossible to deliver mail on time. Does today's announcement mean that service will get better? It's still a little unclear, He says sorting machines will not be removed in overtime will be approved quote as needed. But a number of watchdog groups have already released statements saying they aren't satisfied. Because a lot of these policies that Detroit implemented when he first got on board, we're not super transparent from the beginning. It's still hard to know exactly what today's announcement means. It's not clear whether the sorting machines that were already removed, for instance, are going to be returned or whether just no more sorting machines are going to be removed. Here's former deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman. Talking about today's statement. Raises war questions, Then it provides answers, and it will be important in coming days to see if we could get clarity with regard Teo to those questions. Lawmakers will get a chance to get some of those answers on Friday and Monday when the joyous scheduled for congressional hearings Now this is a pretty dramatic reversal. What sort of political pressure were the joy and the Trump Administration under It was really extraordinary. How quickly lawmakers and the public took hold of this issue. You know, it's fairly walkie to be talking about the USPS just a couple months before a presidential election, But it points what we've seen in public opinion polls that the USPS is the federal government entity that people generally like the most. The entire Democratic Party was galvanised by this, with some lawmakers like Senator Bernie Sanders, even calling for the joy to resign. A number of Republicans asked him to reverse the changes. Too many of them represent rural parts of the country where even if people are skeptical of voting by mail because of what President Trump has said they still might be more dependent than urban voters on the mail for things like prescriptions. So more than half of voters were expected to cast ballots by mail this fall. How nervous should they be about returning their ballots via the Postal Service? Joyce specifically said in the statement that the Postal Service is ready to handle whatever volume of election mail received this fall. And that's obviously a very different message from what President Trump has said where he's basically said the USPS is not equipped. Do that. The biggest message coming from election officials and experts is that voters should not be scared. They just need to be early with your request to with mailing it back. Don't wait until the last minute on any of this stuff. That's what Canetti you into trouble is waiting up until the deadline. You need to just get that about in the mail and give the post office timeto work. That's NPR's Miles. Parks. Thank you. Thank you. In North Carolina. They tried the state's flagship school, UNC Chapel Hill, began the school year with in person classes. Then came Cove in 19 outbreaks in three dorms and a frat house in the first week. Yesterday, the university abandoned plans to have students on campus starting tomorrow. Classes will move online. Let's hear directly from Chapel Hill. Where Mimi Chapman is chair of the faculty and joins us now, Professor Chapman. Welcome. Thanks for having me how disappointed as everybody in Chapel Hill. Well, it's a heartbreaking situation. This's not where we wanted to be. We were very hopeful that a plan could work. Although You certainly as the summer wore on, and we weren't seeing the kinds of decreases in the virus around country that we had hoped. Ah, tensions and anxieties ramped up. Even as the campus was opening walk me through. How this last week has unfolded at the first sign of trouble was word of clusters into residence halls. Yes, that's correct. I think you know, certainly is faculty. We began hearing about this on Friday. I began hearing about it on Friday morning. I think it was on probably on Thursday Thursday night as I understand it that all of the contact tracing and that sort of thing was going on. So ascertaining exactly where these clusters were and who who needed to be. Tested in isolated and that sort of thing there. You surprised it unraveled so quickly. Um I guess. You know, I'm really sad that it unraveled so quickly. I There were an awful lot of students. If you walk around our campus, there were so many students that were doing a good job of wearing masks and doing what they needed to do from what I could see. It is also clear and we heard this from the earliest days that there were a lot of off campus activities, some of them related to the Greek system that were flying in the face of all recommendations. And so is distancing masks. That type thing. Exactly. Yeah, so, and those were big parties, and they were hosting first year students and students that lived on campus. And so at least as I understand it, the current thinking is that that is how it got back into the dorms. I was struck by a headline in the student newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel. They had an editorial yesterday with the headline. UNC has a disaster on its hands. Except they used a considerably more profane word that I can't say on air than disaster. Right? I saw that. Ah, from where you're sent it from the faculty perspective. Did they get it right? A room. I think it is just I think it's more complicated than that. I mean, I I certainly understand the outrage and the anger and yes, there are many faculty members that Share that outrage and anger, but it is a complicated calculus and I don't know..

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WNYC 93.9 FM

08:48 min | 7 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Leyla folded in Los Angeles today brought a sudden reversal in the story of the male and the vote. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy announced that he's suspending his controversial cost cutting plans at the U. S. Postal Service. The move comes amid bipartisan pressure and reports of slowdowns in mail delivery around the country. Those delays were particularly alarming for election officials, who are expecting an unprecedented number of Americans to cast votes by mail this year due to the pandemic. We're joined now by NPR's miles parks, her cover's voting issues. Hi, miles. Hi there, so first off, what exactly did the postmaster announced today? So if you remember D Joy came to the Postal Service earlier this summer in May after leading a private logistics company for more than 30 years, and he had promised this sort of organizational realignment aimed it saving money. Some of those changes had gone into effect already had already started some major, fairly major male the ways across the country. But he essentially said today that that transformation he's planning is now on hold until after November's presidential election to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election male, he said in the statement. I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded. Over the past few weeks we've heard from postal workers and others who've said the's changes made it impossible to deliver mail on time. Does today's announcement mean that service will get better? It's still a little unclear, He says sorting machines will not be removed in overtime will be approved quote as needed. But a number of watchdog groups have already released statements saying they aren't satisfied. Because a lot of these policies that Detroit implemented when he first got on board, we're not super transparent from the beginning. It's still hard to know exactly what today's announcement means. It's not clear whether the sorting machines that were already removed, for instance, are going to be returned or whether just no more sorting machines are going to be removed. Here's former deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman. Talking about today's statement. It raises more questions than it provides answers, and it will be important in coming days to see if we could get clarity with regard Teo to those questions. Lawmakers will get a chance to get some of those answers on Friday and Monday when the joyous scheduled for congressional hearings Now this is a pretty dramatic reversal. What sort of political pressure were the joy and the Trump Administration under It was really extraordinary. How quickly lawmakers and the public took hold of this issue. You know, it's fairly wonky to be talking about the USPS just a couple months before a presidential election, But it points to what we've seen in public opinion polls that the USPS is the federal government entity that people generally like the most. The entire Democratic Party was galvanised by this, with some lawmakers like Senator Bernie Sanders, even calling for the joy to resign. A number of Republicans asked him to reverse the changes. Too many of them represent rural parts of the country where even if people are skeptical of voting by mail because of what President Trump has said they still might be more dependent than urban voters on the mail for things like prescriptions. So more than half of voters were expected to cast ballots by mail this fall. How nervous should they be about returning their ballots via the Postal Service? Joyce specifically said in the statement that the Postal Service is ready to handle whatever volume of election mail received this fall. And that's obviously a very different message from what President Trump has said where he's basically said the USGS is not equipped. Do that. The biggest message coming from election officials and experts is that voters should not be scared. They just need to be early with your request with mailing it back. Don't wait until the last minute on any of this stuff. That's what could get you into trouble is waiting up until the deadline. You need to just get that about in the mail and give the post office timeto work. That's NPR's miles parks. Thank you. Thank you. In North Carolina. They tried the state's flagship school, UNC Chapel Hill, began the school year with in person classes. Then came Cove in 19 outbreaks in three dorms and a frat house. In the first week. Yesterday, the university abandoned plans to have students on campus starting tomorrow. Classes will move online. Let's hear directly from Chapel Hill. Where Mimi Chapman is chair of the faculty and joins us now, Professor Chapman. Welcome. Thanks for having me how disappointed as everybody in Chapel Hill. Well, it's a heartbreaking situation. This's not where we wanted to be. We were very hopeful that a plan could work. Although You certainly as the summer wore on, and we weren't seeing the kinds of decreases in the virus around country that we had hoped. Ah, tensions and anxieties ramped up. Even as the campus was opening walk me through. How this last week has unfolded at the first sign of trouble was word of clusters and two residents halls. Yes, that's correct. I think you know, certainly is faculty. We began hearing about this on Friday. I began hearing about it on Friday morning. I think it was on probably on Thursday Thursday night as I understand it that all of the contact tracing and that sort of thing was going on. So ascertaining exactly where these clusters were and who who needed to be. Tested in isolated and that sort of thing there. You surprised it unraveled so quickly. I guess. You know, I'm really sad that it unraveled so quickly. I There were an awful lot of students. If you walk around our campus, there were so many students that were doing a good job of wearing masks and doing what they needed to do from what I could see. It is also clear and we heard this from the earliest days that there were a lot of off campus activities, some of them related to the Greek system that were Flying in the face of all recommendations and so distancing masks that type thing exactly. Yeah, so, and those were big parties, and they were hosting first year students and students that lived on campus. And so at least as I understand it, the current thinking is that that is how it got back into the dorms. I was struck by a headline in the student newspaper, The Daily Tar Heel. They had an editorial yesterday with the headline. UNC has a disaster on its hands. Except they used a considerably more profane word that I can't say on air than disaster. Right? I saw that. Ah, from where you're sent it from the faculty perspective. Did they get it right? I think it is just I think it's more complicated than that. I mean, I I certainly understand the outrage and the anger and yes, there are many faculty members that Share that outrage and anger, but it is a complicated calculus and I don't know. That the student newspaper has investigated that, quite to the extent that they might You're suggesting that intentions here were good, even if the way that it all has all played out has not been away. Anyone would have wanted it too. Is there Is there a lesson learned here Or does this just underscore? How very, very difficult in person tuition is going to be in the middle of a pandemic? Um Yes. I mean, I think that you know, Human sea has some of the best public health infectious disease. Folks in the country Health communications if we can't bring those resources to bear in the way that we did with a successful result. I think it should give every other large public university in the country pause before going forward. And in that way, I hope that our experience will be a real service. To the country and indeed how Perhaps the federal government needs to think about these things and help institutions of higher learning preserve all that they offer and the economic engine that they are, even if they have to take as what we've called it an off ramp. Professor Mamie Chapman. She chairs the faculty at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, which has just announced it is abandoning plans to have students on campus on moving to a fully online model for the rest of the semester..

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KCRW

06:29 min | 7 months ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on KCRW

"One awaiting Wrench Cucamonga 104 in Pasadena. On a Tuesday. It's all things considered from NPR News. I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Leila Fallen in Los Angeles today brought a sudden reversal in the story of the male and the vote. Postmaster General Lewis to Joy announced that he's suspending his controversial cost cutting plans at the U. S. Postal Service. The move comes amid bipartisan pressure and reports of slowdowns in mail delivery around the country. Those delays were particularly alarming for election officials, who are expecting an unprecedented number of Americans to cast votes by mail this year due to the pandemic. We're joined now by NPR's miles parks, her cover's voting issues. Hi, miles. Hi there, so first off, what exactly did the postmaster announced today? So if you remember D Joy came to the Postal Service earlier this summer in May after leading a private logistics company for more than 30 years, and he had promised this sort of organizational realignment aimed it saving money. Some of those changes had gone into effect already had already started, some major, fairly major mailed always across the country. But he essentially said today that that transformation he's planning is now on hold until after November's presidential election to avoid even the appearance of any impact on election male, he said in the statement. I am suspending these initiatives until after the election is concluded. Over the past few weeks we've heard from postal workers and others who've said the's changes made it impossible to deliver mail on time. Does today's announcement mean that service will get better? It's still a little unclear, He says sorting machines will not be removed in overtime will be approved quote as needed. But a number of watchdog groups have already released statements saying they aren't satisfied. Because a lot of these policies that Detroit implemented when he first got on board, we're not super transparent from the beginning. It's still hard to know exactly what today's announcement means. It's not clear whether the sorting machines that were already removed, for instance, are going to be returned or whether just no more sorting machines are going to be removed. Here's former deputy Postmaster General Ron Stroman. Talking about today's statement. It raises more questions than it provides answers, and it will be important in coming days to see if we can get clarity with regard Teo to those questions. Lawmakers will get a chance to get some of those answers on Friday and Monday when the joyous scheduled for congressional hearings Now this is a pretty dramatic reversal. What sort of political pressure were the joy and the Trump Administration under It was really extraordinary. How quickly lawmakers and the public took hold of this issue. You know, it's fairly walkie to be talking about the USPS just a couple months before a presidential election, But it points what we've seen in public opinion polls that the USPS is the federal government entity that people generally like the most. The entire Democratic Party was galvanised by this, with some lawmakers like Senator Bernie Sanders, even calling for the joy to resign. A number of Republicans asked him to reverse the changes. Too many of them represent rural parts of the country where even if people are skeptical of voting by mail because of what President Trump has said they still might be more dependent than urban voters on the mail for things like prescriptions. So more than half of voters were expected to cast ballots by mail this fall. How nervous should they be about returning their ballots via the Postal Service? Joyce specifically said in the statement that the Postal Service is ready to handle whatever volume of election mail received this fall. And that's obviously a very different message from what President Trump has said where he's basically said the USPS is not equipped. Do that. The biggest message coming from election officials and experts is that voters should not be scared. They just need to be early with your request with mailing it back. Don't wait until the last minute on any of this stuff. That's what Canetti you into trouble is waiting up until the deadline. You need to just get that ballot in the mail and give the post office timeto work. That's NPR's Miles. Parks. Thank you. Thank you. In North Carolina. They tried the state's flagship school, UNC Chapel Hill, began the school year with in person classes. Then came Cove in 19 outbreaks in three dorms and a frat house. In the first week. Yesterday, the university abandoned plans to have students on campus starting tomorrow. Classes will move online. Let's hear directly from Chapel Hill, where Mimi Chapman is chair of the faculty and joins us now, Professor Chapman. Welcome. Thanks for having me how disappointed as everybody in Chapel Hill. Well, it's a heartbreaking situation. This's not where we wanted to be. We were very hopeful that a plan could work. Although You certainly as the summer wore on, and we weren't seeing the kinds of decreases in the virus around country that we had hoped. Ah, tensions and anxieties ramped up. Even as the campus was opening walk me through. How this last week has unfolded at the first sign of trouble was word of clusters into residence halls. Yes, that's correct. I think you know, certainly is faculty. We began hearing about this on Friday. I began hearing about it on Friday morning. I think it was on probably on Thursday Thursday night as I understand it that all of the contact tracing and that sort of thing was going on. So ascertaining exactly where these clusters were and who who needed to be. Tested in isolated and that sort of thing there. You surprised it unraveled so quickly. I guess. You know, I'm really sad that it unraveled so quickly. I There were an awful lot of students. If you walk around our campus, there were so many students that were doing a good job of wearing masks and doing what they needed to do from what I could see. It is also clear and we heard this from the earliest days that there were a lot of off campus activities, some of them related to the Greek system that were flying in the face of all recommendations. And so is distancing masks. That type thing. Exactly. Yeah, so, and those were big parties, and they were hosting first year students and students that lived on campus. And so at least as I understand it, the current thinking is that that is how it got back into the dorms..

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Do By Friday

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on Do By Friday

"It's got a double turns out. Oh love those. How's that guy was crazy because you know people have been saying for years? Oh my God I was. I'm so glad he's not my crazy uncle Dr Steele which is a hot name but <hes> yeah yeah so so what whatever whatever actually happened in the late sixties involving in that letter to the New England Journal of Medicine or as he put Madison Journal you know in New England because he's ninety here but saw this. I saw this article about the Pasta Sorry Merlin. You're in the middle of the story. All always going to say was M._S._G.. Isn't bad you're lying and faking doctor's name. He came up with 'cause like he was claiming that it was a joke on like total crock of Shit right hope <unk> hope he came up with a with a ping pong name. Yeah it was very ping pong so I found this on on read it which is where I get all my medical and science news health and food safety and yeah and I saw it on the red in and it says cooling imposter for twenty four hours reduces calories and insulin response will also turning into a prebiotic and these positive effects only intensify if you reheat it and the help if you had it with soil it I think so and and then I went into the comments and it seems to be people seem to be corroborating it well if it's on read it then I mean that's that's peer reviewed so has anybody tried to do this like I would love it if someone did like a super size me of carbs like which the documentary like okay. I'm only going to eat this specific card for one month. Let's see how fat I get and then but doctors to monitor you because after a month of eating just carbs your body is probably going acclimate to it right so yeah. Let's say you have one month of hot pasta every single day and then the second month you have one <hes> you have pasta but it is cold and then be wow the second one and then like the third month you have pasta that has cooled and then reheated yeah so you're you're either. Just GonNa get fatter fatter but you're going to get fatter. What if you do itself a thousand times Valerian go <music> eat it on dragging class? I think we need to get circus on this really pretty much. All I had thing is I'm gonNA figure out how to follow radar so I'm eating so I think if we call this the Siracusa Coosa method I think what you're supposed to do is you're supposed to have the cold pasta with a pre diced garlic that you get a costco. Oh one hundred percent and then get some shaker cheese which you can always subs if you don't have ricotta cheese cheese yogurt. That's what I do Merlin. I'll go. I'll I'll I'll back you up here. The Shaker cheeses good i. I'm under no illusions that it's Parmesan cheese. It's like it's almost its own thing. I like a pick arena Romano Romano but the shaker cheese almost zone own genre of cool chairs. It's all as Vita like it's just a different. Don't it's like I would say it's like it's like AAA like I'm under no. I do not think that you're authentic Mexican Food Paula. It's it's only it's its own thing I enjoy. It's been reheated on premises yeah. That's pretty big deal. If you think about it I think when I was on food say I was recently on the podcast that we all know and love food safety talk good both the I think that I think professor champion and Dr Don both said that they they wouldn't eat at your polay why I love a professor Professor Chapman said about salad blew my mind. I'd never thought about talk about a fucking turns out. I don't know if you heard this Alex. Professor Chapman said something so smart in we talk about this. No I have not heard that episode. Max was asking one of his typically very very strange obsessive..

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Back To Work

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on Back To Work

"Thanks very much to them for supporting this program. Thanks, Luna display. Buck buck. We should probably curtail the Disney talk. That's probably enough. Yeah. It's probably enough at one little this one, always delights me in may on main street. There's a there's so many Easter eggs. As long as main street, some of these include like people who have worked at Disney, or like help build the park, the names of them are, are utilized for like the names of companies painted on the windows. But there's one that's hilarious. I'm trying to get the exact only factually. Right. But there's one window or series of windows in main street at DisneyWorld is all the names of the fake holding companies. Disney used to buy all the land that became DisneyWorld, right. Right. Because they when they moved in, they need creek improvement district. I think the yeah they needed tons, and tons, and tons. Land that couldn't be traced to, to Disney. Latin American development, Tomahawk properties bay lake properties reedy creek ranch lands. I oh, that's funny. I four corporation. Y. E. F. O. U. R four. All right. Worse traduced, Dan? Look back. Thanks. You really hanging in some odds, and saw. Yes. You a lot. I can do this quickly. I don't forget to have time for too much. Listener letter stuff. I have three pie cast recommendations. I have a pretty, pretty quick listener letter. We could do. Oh, yes. Do some quick recommendations. Yes. And thank you. So I flew solo last week and ended up talking about de miniatures and I just wanna say thank you. Everybody who nice notes about wonderful feedback to that. Well and also people saying, Dan feel better. You don't let Merlin do this forever. But, but thank the thank you. Everybody who wrote in, and also think you'd people who've sent links, not all of which I was able to get into notes today. But people who sent links about de miniature painting stuff. I wanted to highlight one was listener, David, who has a podcast called layers about painting miniatures, and I only listen to one episode, but his episode on choosing paintbrush this is this is not for everybody. Not everybody needs to know about how to choose a paint brush for painting miniatures, but. Thank listener David, for that. He's wonderful. And he has a beautiful accent? Lots of other ones that are in. There you go back to last week. If you're interested in this stuff, there's links, I two Oriels on getting started with this, but I want to thank everybody for the feedback on that, too fast recommendations. Really fast recommendation, friend of the show. Dr dawn, he and his buddy, have you, you've been on food safety, talk a couple of once or twice. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. With Dr Donald professor Chapman. I just wanted to say for fun, their latest episode Powell. Powell? Max Tim Kaine is on and Max's, very, very interested in food safety really to a fault. He really thinks a lot about things like hand washing and should you blow out the candles on a cake and stuff like that. And it's a very, very right because I all I wonder about that, too. I'll have to episode everything about a kid. Maybe the birthday boys got a little cold. I have that's episode. One eighty five of food safety talk hot diverse. Hut diapers. Check that out food safety.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on KGO 810

"Of China. But they did as much to become part of our community our political community as they were allowed to do. And the supreme court held that child was a automatic citizen. Again by virtue of there being fully under the jurisdiction of the United States. That's John Eastman, Dr John Eastman, professor Chapman, university feller school. A law director of the center of constitutional jurisprudence at the daily caller school. And you know, you can get one legal expert to say the polar opposite of anything. Really? And I absolutely recognize that. In fact, James see ho a conservative legal scholar recently appointed by Mr. Trump to the federal appeals court in New Orleans written that the message of the decision is unmistakable quote. This sweeping language reaches all alliens, regardless of immigration status. On the other hand. I would argue that that under the jurisdiction of is the key phrase in the. In the fourteenth amendment. You know, not to get all constitutionally Anya, but it's too late. Isn't it? There are not phrases in the constitution. That don't mean anything. They were not like certain people who sometimes use more words than is necessary. Just because it pads it out or makes it sound floor flowery the phrase under the jurisdiction of has meaning and you have to research that meaning in in why they put it in at the time. I'll give you a vaccine example, the beginning of the second amendment that talks about the necessarily the necessity of a well, regulated militia what does that have to do with individual gun rights, and that's been the topic of? Extraordinarily amounts of debate extraordinary amounts of debate through the years as I'm sure you're aware. So anyway, we'll see we'll legal scholars and judges and lawyers argue about this for the next several years, but I predict and I will stand by this prediction and y'all have these photographic memories of the show and taunt us with the things we said fifteen years ago. Feel free. If I turn out to be wrong dilemma, no. But I predict that. The birth tourism. Anchor-baby policy will cease to be before too terribly long. More Halloween stuff favorite candy state by state. I know that sounds stupid. But it's actually kind of interesting and creepy jobs what they pay CNN slammed as disgraceful. Oh. And an exciting. Stormy Daniels update all on the way on the Armstrong and Getty show. Getty, conscience of the nation. Don on KTEL, eight ten. Five sixteen g oh, good morning. I'm Brett burkhart along with Mark Nieto. Taking a look at your early morning right in this morning. From the Chilton auto body traffic.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on KGO 810

"To do. And the supreme court that child was a automatic citizen. Again by virtue of there being fully under the jurisdiction of the United States. That's John Eastman, Dr John Eastman, professor Chapman, university feller school law director of the center of constitutional jurisprudence at the daily fellow school. And you know, you can get one legal expert to say the polar opposite of anything. Really? And I absolutely recognize that. In fact, James see ho a conservative legal scholar recently appointed by Mr. Trump to the federal appeals court in New Orleans has written that the message of the decision is unmistakable quote. This sweeping language reaches all aliens, regardless of immigration status. On the other hand. I would argue that that under the jurisdiction of is the key phrase in the. In the fourteenth amendment. You know, not to get all constitutionally Anya, but it's too late. Isn't it? There are not phrases in the constitution. That don't mean anything. They were not like certain people who sometimes use more words than is necessary. Just because it pads it out or makes it sound floor flowery the phrase under the jurisdiction of has meaning and you have to research that meaning in in why they put it in at the time. I'll give you a vaccine example, the beginning of the second amendment that talks about the necessary the necessity of a well, regulated militia what does that have to do with individual gun rights, and that's been the topic of extreme extraordinarily amounts of debate. Extraordinary amount. Celebrate through the years as I'm sure you're aware. So anyway, we'll see we'll legal scholars and judges and lawyers argued about this for the next several years, but I predict and I will stand by. This prediction, y'all who have these photographic memories of the show and taunt us with the things. We said fifteen years ago feel free if I turn out to be wrong dilemma, no. But I predict that. The birth tourism. Anchor-baby policy will cease to be before too terribly long. More Halloween stuff favorite candy state by state. I know that sounds stupid. But it's actually kind of interesting and creepy jobs what they pay CNN slammed as disgraceful. Oh. And an exciting. Stormy Daniels update all on the way on the Armstrong and Getty show. Getty. Conscience. Nation. On KTEL nine fifteen at K. Oh, we have problems on eastbound ninety two delays in San Mateo.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Balance control of the house. Power hour with the elections about updates on the midterms November. November. Talkradio six eighty WCBS. Twenty-three? Lisa says, John zip code. I think it's about time. Bring on the constitutional arguments jolly Lindsey Graham reacting to the president on wanting to again, and the birthright citizenship birth tourism, whatever you wanna call it quote, finally, a president willing to take on this absurd. Policy of birthright citizenship, I've always supported comprehensive immigration reform, and at the same time the elimination of birthright citizenship, he says he's going to introduce legislation that will end birthright citizenship, which he called for a magnet for illegal immigration. So, you know, Lindsey Graham, of course, Democrats are blasting again as you might imagine. But I wanted to again, bring up some historical reference here. One Moore's Franken rightly stated was passed in eighteen sixty eight it was one of the several reconstruction laws passed after the civil war. And after you know, figuring out what to do with slaves in the United States. Were Wong Kim ark. Supreme. Court 1898 decision. Thirty years later they held under the fourteenth amendment a man born within the United States to Chinese citizens who have a permanent domicile and residents in the United States and are carrying on business in the United States, and his parents were not employed in a diplomatic or other official capacity by a foreign power was a citizen of the United States. Now, what that means is that they were here illegally they came here illegally. They were legally residing in the United States at that time. I still have a problem with that decision. But again, this is apples and oranges. We're talking about illegal aliens who don't come here with a green card or visa or any other official document that are dropping anchor babies, and we have another John Eastman. He's law professor Chapman university. He said the fourteenth amendment doesn't mandate birthright citizenship and has been misapplied for years as I pointed out yesterday Eastman said the phrase, quote and subject to the jury. Dickson thereof originally was meant to refer to those with full allegiance to the United States. That opens the door to the interpretation that says the fourteenth amendment doesn't automatically confer citizenship to children born in the US to legal. He says by Trump using executive order addressing this quote merely requiring that the bureaucracy actually enforce the laws as written and finally the author of the fourteenth amendment. Senator Jacob powered of Michigan who proposed adding the citizenship clause to the fourteenth amendment. Here's what he said he clarified that it excludes from citizenship quote persons born in the United States who are foreigners aliens or who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers that was the intent of the one of the writers of the fourteenth amendment. You know, the Democrats have been playing around with this issue for a good while. I mean, the same thing happened with Dhaka. It was President Obama who issued an executive order, creating basically sanctuary for all these DACA recipients here in this country when the president came along, and and tried to undo it through executive order than the Democrats, you know, blue gasket and said, you, you know, you can't do that. This is the law while the law was already, you know, the law. I it was broken. But the Obama created his own law by creating DACA the begin with. He's is true here you had an executive order that the president is threatening to impose basically to undo something that is not lawful in the ObamaCare. Right. His actions were unlawful a judge had ruled them unlawful judge heynen of Texas and only congress has the power to regulate immigration presidents. Do not have that power. Unless of course there remain. Finding people to enforce the law as it is currently written. And that's the difference. Obama's executive order did just that it was trying to use surp- in and go around congress and create a whole new class of Dhaka Dhaka recipients in violation of US immigration law. President Trump's executive order. I haven't seen it yet is far different from that. It is reminding people that under the fourteenth amendment. You are duty bound to not bestow citizenship on children born in the United States to illegal aliens who do not have an allegiance to the United States. As was currently written in the foyer. As I said earlier, even and Basseterre foreigners foreigner Elliott Elliott Elliott whatsoever. And again, this was all the fourteenth amendment was instituted to begin with. To give citizenship the sleeve slow. There's a big difference. Slaves didn't come here illegally they came here illegally. But forced. Basically the come here. They had no choice in the matter. So once they were freed by a Lincoln, then do the emancipation proclamation then. The United States had to do starting with the with these people, and they gave them citizenship rights. This clause subject to the jurisdiction thereof is key. That's why you cannot ignore it. That's why I think you hit on it earlier when you said the president knows this. He knows he now has cavenaugh the band. He's got Gorsuch. Alito Thomas Roberts. I don't know. But you know, he he's confident that if this does come up to the court that he's going to have they're going to look at it. They're going to look at the original text. They're gonna look at the intent behind the tax Senator Jacob Howard. I just read that and he's going to get a favorable decision. So we'll wait and say not going to be decided this anytime soon, that's for sure..

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"professor chapman" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

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"professor chapman" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Is the former de now professor chapman university school of law and i wanted to get him on to talk about all of this so news on friday about might flan about him copping a plea deal in about how it was reported initially that mike flynn was going to flit on trump and tell the feds that trump ordered him to head meeting with the russians when trump was a candidate the reporter who filed a report has now been suspended four fourweek without pay because it turns out that what my client going to do currently is is to talk about uh president elect trump asking him to to heavy meeting so if the whole probe is about collusion that putin and russia trump collusion to get him elected this is about something that happened after he got elected john eastman of kevin university now joins us a professor thank you so much for taking the time is this a big deal well apparently there's a lot of effort in the mainstream media try and make a big deal out of it but it's not i mean we've got a step back and ask what the underlying criminal conduct that had pledged here and there isn't any meat that's what's most bizarre about all of this and all of the hyperventilating of pera two to watergate and what have you idiots not illegal for a president elect to begin communications with his foreign counterparts that's why we have a transition period it's also not illegal uh for a candidate to have such conversations that happens all the time now if they're purporting pretending to be negotiating on behalf of the united states and they have no such as already that's the technical violation of the logan dads would you may itself be unconstitutional and is certainly never been the basis of a prosecution uh but as you point out that the claim that this occurred uh while he was candidate has now subsequently been debunked uh and it was president elect and that we have transitions now gift in the course of those conversations he was you know offering quid pro quos in these other things but there has been absolutely no evidence of that uh and and beginning conversation that we we got it step back and remember what happens here united states policy toward israel has been consistent for decades and.

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"professor chapman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

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02:12 min | 3 years ago

"professor chapman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"You use the promo code larry john eastman is the former dean now professor chapman university school of law and i wanted to get him on to talk about all of this so news on friday about mike flynn about him copying a plea deal and about how it was reported initially that mike flynn was going to flip on trump and tell the feds that trump ordered him to head meeting with the russians when trump was a candidate the reporter who filed the report is now been suspended four fourweek without pay because it turns out that what might clay it's going to do parent leaked is too talk about uh president elect trump asking him to to having meeting so if the whole paul was about collusion that putin and russia trump collusion to get him elected this is about something that happened after he got elected john eastman of chapman university now joins us a professor thank you so much for taking the time is this a big deal well apparently there's a lot of effort in the mainstream media tretire make a big deal out of it but it's not i mean we've got a step back and ask what the underlying criminal conduct that had pledged here and there isn't any meat that's what most bizarre about all of this and all of a hyperventilating of comparison to the watergate and what have you it is not illegal for a president elect to begin communications with his foreign counterparts that's why we have a transition period it's also not illegal uh for a candidate to have such conversations that happens all the time now if they're purporting pretending to be negotiating on behalf of the united states and they have no such as already at the technical violation of the logan dads would you may itself be unconstitutional and is certainly never been the basis of the prosecution uh but as you point out that the claim that this occurred uh while he was candidate has now subsequently been debunked uh and it was president elect and the only half transitions now if in the course of those conversations he was no offering quid pro quos and these other things but there has been absolutely no evidence of that uh and and beginning conversation that we and we got it step back and remember what happened here the united states policy toward israel has been consistent for decades and.

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