18 Burst results for "Professor Lee"

"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"At 1.5%. You're going to be losing money on that proposition. Professor before you go. Can we talk a little bit about Governor Gavin Newsom here in California. As you know, he's now Basically ordered almost all the state to operate under the highest level of concern regarding the coronavirus. Never mind the suicide. Never mind. The divorce is never mind. The bankruptcies, never mind alcoholism, drug abuse and so forth. What doesn't economists say about how the governor has responded to California government responded to Corona virus crisis. Well, we've been going at this stand for eight months of substantial reduce economic activity. And there's a aspect of throwing out the baby with the bathwater here because we all of us understand the need to protect those for most vulnerable and take necessary precautions. But there are many populations. Young kids, um, who are not at high risk of who are giving up part of their childhood or giving up. Substantial components of their education. We really can't expect to seven year old to sit in front of the computer, um, on a zoom lists, and then that sword much from that, so these types of calculations that need to be done to formulate good policy. But what really worries me is in Governor Newsome is not the only one. There's sort of Ah, blind. I turned towards anything except we must prevent. Probably we must prevent covert. The vaccine is not too far down the road. This is the time really to be making. I think more sensible decisions about people who don't have that who don't know who who do not face the type of risks such as kids, such as young people. Um, Mom Locking down the state is it didn't work back in April or may and I don't think it's gonna work now, and it's going to impose a lot of hardship across On everyone. My guest has been Professor Lee ae Orhan Ian of U C L. A also senior fellow as I mentioned of Hoover Institution, Professor before you go, What is the East and for Used for Edward. That was my dad's name. And he did his doctors dissertation under under professor named Edward. So it was sort of a double A double middle lane there, Professor Lee Edward on Haney in has been my gas professor. Thank you very much for taking the time. Very sorry. Is a pleasure. Happy Thanksgiving YouTube. Triple 89 to the one s A G. Stuck in Travis, We've got the answer. This report is sponsored by Staples Stores. Santa Rosa. Some road work this afternoon, It's East and westbound highway 12 between the leader, Road and Oakmont, Dr. One way traffic control along that stretch and do expect delays. Crew's gonna be working there every day through the 20th. So just until tomorrow but again expected please. In the meantime, somebody lost a paint bucket in Woodside south to Lady before would sign road. It's sitting in the Middle Lane's Then a five car wreck in Mountain View North one on one before Ellis. It's in the right lane. Not really causing any delays. Emergency crews were there to help sort things out, not your traffic. I'm Brian Lawrence. Stables helps you save on what you need for working or learning from home now only at Staples, HP office Jet Bro Printers, Reacher HP plus H B plus. Save your money with six months.

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"professor lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Formula has accorded to room temperature, and they're transformed into the cool, it paralyzes feeding bottles. Officer Li Wen shau.

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"professor lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg Radio. Today was Day three of the Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Cockney Barrett. Joining me to discuss them is constitutional law Professor Lee Il it mint of the University of Michigan Law School. What's your general impression of her testimony? I think her testimony has been revealing in small ways for people who know what to look for, but she has studiously avoids saying anything. About views or issues she's already expressed to you. It's become typical for Supreme Court nominees. But Bharat refused to answer questions on a host of issues. Even some, she's expressed personal opinions are in the past, such as abortion rights. Did she go further in avoidance than other nominees? I think she went further in the fence that, unlike other nominees, she actually has breath definitive views about whether Roe is wrong and whether Roe should be overruled. And so she Doesn't have the ability to say I don't have used on that question, or, you know at the judge. I can't express views on them, given that career is already out there. And so it's this odd Asked between Reviewed being out there. Republicans insisting that she doesn't have any views and Democrat being unable or unwilling to question her about these. She has already let's discuss this theory of super precedents. Is there a generally legally accepted principle of what constitutes a super precedent that shouldn't be reversed by the Supreme Court? I think what people do accept is that there are certain K says that the Supreme Court should not overrule. I think the court's current legal test for what cases shouldn't be overruled. Involved consideration, such as whether people have relied on that decision whether they have shaped their lives around, assuming that decision will continue to The idea that presidents are not subject to being overruled merely because People don't disagree with that is something new. She has used. That idea to deflect question about. This isn't about decisions such as Obergefell V. Hodges on marriage Equality, or Griswold versus Connecticut on access to contraception, she said. There's just no chance that anyone would Really frontally challenge those decisions today. But when she Doesn't say the same about Roe and Casey. She is making clear that in her view on her understanding about what super precedent is, Rohan Casey can be overruled, and she has explicitly called for there. Overruling in earlier writings and appearances. I believe that even Justice Cavanaugh called Ro precedent on precedent. Yes, that's correct. So he referred to the Supreme Court 1992 decision and Planned Parenthood for Stacey. That was a decision in which the Supreme Court said they will not overrule Roe vs Wade. He called that decision precedent on precedent. That's a decision that described when President shouldn't be overruled. It is precedent on when other residents should be respected. She, however, has a view on precedents that does not track the Supreme Court's precedent on precedent in Casey, her view seems to be that cases can be overruled, as long as there are some people or perhaps certain people disagreeing with those decisions. I looked at her 2015 Law Review article and she said there. In my view, however, super precedents do not illustrate a super strong effect of starry decisis at all. So is that an indication that even super precedents are reversible? According to her. I think that's right in her legal writings as an academic She indicated that court's refusal to overturn certain decisions that were incorrectly he decided could itself violate the constitution. But she doesn't think the mere fact that this decision isn't current when being questioned. Means that core shouldn't or couldn't overrule them far from their she's instead using the concept of super passive and to deflect questions about certain areas of law. So from what she's said, and hasn't said about Ro, can. We conclude that she might vote to reverse Roe? I think that that is a fair inference to draw from all of her prior writings and Statement again. She has find newspaper ad calling for road to be overturned her academic writing. She has made clear that she thinks the decision in Bro was wrongly decided. And equally important as a judge on the Court of Appeals for the seventh Circuit, she has embraced ruling that really fly in the face of existing Supreme Court precedent on abortion, she would have revisited a decision of the US Court of Appeals that Trucked down in Indiana statutes that required minor to a peanut parents spent before peeing abortions, and that statute did not contain what is called a judicial bypass provisions. Hold that thought Leah coming up. We'll continue this conversation on judge any Cockney barrettes confirmation hearings. This's Bloomberg Would you believe that.

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"professor lee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"That's the instruments and everybody should know that When you get everybody on the table over the culture mixed together, we'll have a pandemic because we'll take that. The bottom philosophy in Africa eject him being first. Most successful, everybody in the family has something to do first, for the benefit of the whole tribe didn't cost me money. But what you did was for the benefit of everybody else. So that's why we're still here. We That is an idea. So if you want to five is that the money is going for the benefit of your whole city will never be answered to all of you. Just repeat that one part, Mr guys that you said that Benefit is the ones who benefit and tribes in Africa. Okay, you say three years old, you could walk. Then your job is together the beams and the Cherries and stuff you put in the middle. Everybody a goal that you have given up the ghost just channel on, but it's for everybody to get older than you start wanting food. You put everybody ate always, um, every age in that truck, there was a self contained amoeba. That's the first time that Europeans found his name Professor Lee Ki ck. What? It was me who found the head of the oldest head that he had discovered that this was a human job. So now there was kind of a parent happening in Europe. If we don't do something, buckets neighbouring table because we have so racism began with that it didn't have to begin with, but it is so when we dismantle it with this many of us all. It's no time to get revenge. Exactly. It's just time to be chosen with your power and your intelligence want you to remember what it is and you're going to leave us all from mutual selfish way. Have more with Lou Gossett Jr and Stacy Tuesday when we come back, don't move. It's the breakfast club. Good morning. Whipsawing allays from way back when you know that I don't play tricks not say, but I never run away. Even when I'm away. You notice he was never much love goatee. I.

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"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Dot com and make sure you follow us on Facebook on Twitter and on Instagram. The reason I played the Tom Soul Clip just now about government intervention is the first president talked about with Warren Harding. Warren Harding was a Republican. He said he cut spending Herbert Hoover was a Republican. Hey, intervene. It was stupid. And FDR was, of course, a Democrat elected four times intervene substantially. And as you heard Professor Lee Ohanian from, say many, many times again, Probably The most the foremost expert on the impact of FDR, then maybe any other economists and he says, FDR policies deepened and lengthen what was a recession and turned it into a great depression. His own secretary of Treasury. Wrote in his diary. We have spent and spent and spent and spent, and we have not achieved the objective, in fact, unemployment forcing when we started and we have enormous debt to boot. And, of course, that's what he wrote in his own diary is a single. Fact is that if you have limited government by that, I'm talking about low taxes, low regulations. A light touch. Where people can spend their own money. Keep their own money to the fullest extent possible. You will generate the greatest economic success provided the other conditions are there, meaning a stable government orderly transition of power? Property values that are respected. Rule of law. A stable currency. I was throwing a strong military. Give people a sense of security. Unpredictability. And stability. What bothers me so much about this generation of young people. The ones out in the streets are the ones who were sympathizing with those in the streets, which are almost as bad. What are they demanding their demanding that this person should give what they have to somebody else. Is it a person a somehow receive what he or she got for some sort of illegitimate criminal reasons. Most millionaires in this country did not start out that way. They busted their tail. I didn't inherit it Did marry it. They went a lottery didn't find it under a cabbage patch. Didn't steal it. I earned it over a period of 30 years. Working very long hours and not 40 hours a week. And now because some spoiled kids believe that some people have more than other people have and there something fundamentally wrong about that. You're supposed to give your stuff to this person over here. It's unreal. You turned by federal dollars. What is a federal dollar? You mean taxpayer dollars? Talk about all this and more. Just second triple 8971 s a G at least President Trump. New John Lewis's name. Claire McCaskill, the former senator from Missouri. Talking about how wonderful he is. And couldn't think of his last name. We'll have that for you. Just a second. Keith Washington. I'm 51 years old. I've always been extremely active. I played college football. I played crew. I played rugby I played across. Now I own a family martial arts studio. I teach 45 karate classes. My body felt like it was basically wearing out. I heard about the advertisements of Relief Act on the radio. I had nothing to lose. Gave it a try. Now I have little to no pain in my knees, highly reduced pain in my neck and I'm able to go forward to get my black belt second degree. And now I'm working towards advanced belts in two other disciplines. What about you? The three week quick star can be at your door in less than three days. Really factor dot com Relief factor dot com. 805 183 84 805 183 84 from acclaimed filmmaker Deneche Souza, who brought you Obama's America comes his most important film yet Trump Card America is at a crossroads in the Democratic Party. Socialist Agenda, led by Joe Biden is threatening to take our freedoms away in Trump card Danish digs deep to uncover why the threat of socialism is really what's at stake if we let them win and how we.

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"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"But their policies devastate people of color. Hey, is a frequent guest in the program fresh of economics and please welcome back to the program. Professor Lee Ohanian. Professors always thank you for the time. This was a hell of an article you wrote. Particulary. I felt I needed to get that out so people can hopefully read about what the facts are. And make more informed decisions when it is time to go on elect politicians because progressive lawmakers who were the most liberal who claim to stand up for poor people for blacks for Hispanics. Actually implement policies that just get the state to those people and people. People don't know that the voters need to know these facts. So this was my attempt to try to get that out there, Professor. I mean, you went eight is that you talked about 85 which we'll talk about later on. You talk about the rules and regulations that Jack up the price of housing. You talk about the K through 12 schools and the lack of choice. I mean, you really laid waste to the state. Now you're at the when you write something like this. What happens? Do colleagues say something to you? Does anybody say anything at all to you? What happened when you write something like this? You know, Larry, I lived in the the confines of the economics department. And not not all of my colleagues. See, I die with me, but with an economics, many dio outside of economics and outside for business school. Oh, and a few in our medical school. You know, they probably head hunting for me if they could. Now, Professor, I asked this once of Professor Thomas soul. There isn't any really serious economists professor that supports minimum wages is there No, not the guy. Not not that I know. So how do we get into a situation where you've got almost half the states jacking up the minimum wage on the march to $15 where there isn't a single serious economists, not even Paul Krugman. Not even Jonathan Gruber supports the minimum wage. At least they didn't. I think Craig might have done a 1 80 but at one point, he wrote a review where he trashed the minimum wage. As any sane economist would. He's done a 1 80 But when there isn't a real serious body of scholars that believe in this, how is it? We have almost half the states jacking up the minimum wage professor. It is. I mean, I think it's a crime. I think it's a betrayal. Poor people. It's a betrayal to young people who are just starting on the careers. It's a betrayal. The immigrants, All of these people are supposedly the constituents that progressive liberal lawmakers. Represent, and I think that we really need to call them out and very, very clearly say that they are betraying their constituents and putting in place. Laws about minimum wages that prices at very young people praises that immigrants in the labor market. Um even President Obama's economic advisers had it had told him that implementing a $15 minimum wage would be very, very damaging. And that was the president Obama under Democratic administration, So I just don't understand why we couldn't. We continue to elect these people that passed laws that are not in the best interest of those who were most hurt by that. This is not about Steve Jobs. This's not about Jet Bezos. This is not about Mark Sucker, Berg. You know Democrats who were incredibly wealthy and the minimum, which doesn't mean what want one bit to them. This is about all of those people who go for Democrats that are barely hanging on barely paying their bills. Barely able to find a job that they can qualify for because they're immigrants or the very young and they just haven't been built up the skills necessary to compete for job. $15 an hour. My guess is you feel the economic professor Leo Iranian Oh, and professor. The theme. The theme behind your entire paper is that the reason people are unhappy? The reason we're having these demonstrations is because of alleged systemic racism when in fact, it's progressive policies that have hurt the family progressive policies that have a ruling education, progressive policies that have caused the so called gig workers to lose their jobs. I had no idea until I read your piece. 80% of the gate workers in the Bay Area where people of color in that something and explain explain people would get would get workers are and how gig workers are being heard by 85. Yeah. So California Castle on the end of last year, took effect on January 1 that made it illegal. It made it illegal for almost anyone to work As an independent contractor. You think about the people who drive driving for uber? Or left. Their work is independent contractors. They value the independence that That type of employment relationship gives them they can pick the hours that can pick the days they want to work. They value that independence incredibly highly, But California state lawmakers took that away from them. They made it illegal and where they hurting, they're hurting immigrants. They're hurting people of color. They're people. They're hurting very old people who want to drive 10 hours week. They're hurting very, very young people who are going to college and trying to make ends meet. Is this racism? I'd say it's racism that nobody's calling the progress of lawmakers who do not the kind of systemic racism there talking about, Professor Please don't go when we come back. I want to ask you. What do we do about this? I mean, obviously, we need to elect new politician. But what do we do to convince people to do that Very thing? My guest is Professor Lee Ohanian. His paper is called progressive lawmakers to cry racism, but their policies devastate people of color. It's up on Larry over dot com Now these are all uncertain times. We're all trying to navigate right. 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"professor lee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KCRW

"The accounts of personal accounts painful accounts that we heard from listeners that's the word winning author Erica Lee she's professor of history at the university of Minnesota professor Lee thanks so much for talking to us on our circumstances thank you for joining us yes thanks for covering this important topic tomorrow in the national conversation with the general election just a couple of months what questions and concerns do you have about voting I send them to us at NPR dot org slash national conversation this is the national conversation with All Things Considered from NPR news and the national conversation with NPR the greater LA local conversation coming up at the bottom of the hour just moments away also state and local news coming up as well including the latest on protesters demonstrating against police brutality in the latest death of a black man in Minneapolis right now the one on one freeway blocked more on that coming up stay with us stay close to KCRW wherever you are download our app for live radio plus KCRW music news and podcasts on demand or ask your smart speaker to play KCRW for instant hands free streaming take KCRW with you and stay connected to what you love federal lock up north of Santa Barbara has a huge impact on its neighbors the prison is a strong employer in our community with nearly five hundred employees it has been a career path for many either coming out of high school and not having an interest in formal college degrees or coming out of the military but with nearly every inmates testing positive for covert nineteen the impact has weighed heavily on KCRW's greater LA today here from the mayor and from family members of inmates and feature take a C. was known as the godfather of south central LA on another day of African American anger and despair his daughter says Larry Aubrey was committed to the fight he would tell me I'm often disappointed by am never discouraged he just felt justice was too important equality was too important racial justice was too important to central American democracy to steal any less now the news right six thirty here Casey R. W. here is what's happening about three to four hundred black lives matter protesters have spilled on to the one on one and Alameda street in downtown LA the protesters made their way.

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"professor lee" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is bigger than just calling ridiculous witness by serious committee or what's supposed to be a serious committee. This is a reflection on Nadler, in the Democrats. What they are doing. Here is about the media and drama, what they're doing here is to try and create images and impressions. This is all psychobabble. This is on tended to change the psychology the American people toward their president. What I'm trying to say is it is more nefarious than just impeachment. It is more nefarious than just impeachment. They're trying to create a character here. They're trying to create an illusion if you will. About Donald Trump and his presidency. That's why this guy was called. But they're so foolish half. The country has no idea Watergate was if the country knows nothing about Richard Nixon. And they really think you're stupid the problem. The Democrats are having undergoing to have is they think the whole country is as moron, and buffoonish as the democrat party base. No, the vast majority of the country's smarter than the democrat party base. Smarter. The meat go further and what I'm trying to get at here again, I've written extensively in the book about the effort to paint Donald Trump as mentally unstable and unhinged, which they tried to do to Barry Goldwater as well. While they're at it again. This is dated June five, but I finally got to get to it in the Washington Examiner by Kimberly Leonard. Democrats are planning to host a Capitol Hill event, featuring psychiatrists who will warn that President Trump is unfit for office, based on his mental health. The event will be led by Dr bandy league. So the making a second run at this yell school of medicine psychiatrists editor the dangerous case of Donald Trump, a book that ARGUS psychiatrists have a responsibility to warn the public when a president is dangerous. Lee and others who agree with her stance say that their description of the president's behavior of his showing mental instability in dangerousness should be interpreted as issuing a diagnosis. President's condition has been visibly deteriorated to the point where there's a lot of talk right now, but his mental state beyond mental health professionals Lee said it no longer takes a mental health professional to recognize the seriousness of the current presidency. So this is very, very dangerous stuff. Very outrageous stuff. And so they're making another run at this. So when you gotta think, again, one of the reasons for this book is we're in very not just bizarre. But dangerous times when it comes to how they're trying to manipulate us, how they're trying to position themselves vis-a-vis us, and we really need to unravel it so stuff. In. So this, this idea that the president is mentally ill. They've already tried it. They're circling back on it. With the same woman in the same people, which is one of the reasons I take the time to really break this out. She was promoted by CNN much like avenue idee was stormy Daniels. And others who make these allegations that any pushback whatsoever or any significant. You know substantive pushback. So they bring John dean up there. The triumph portray. The situation is Watergate to try it suggest he's committed crimes. To try and create images of the Watergate hearings the seriousness of the Watergate hearings to try and soften up the public so they can move on impeachment. That's why John dean was air today to create an impression. It's a pseudo events completely fake. And they're doing this on all fronts. So they bring this. Professor Lee back her book her colleagues. Absolutely. Outrageous. Utterly unprofessional like the people in the media, who are promoting her in them. They just wanna they just wanna tear down the support. He has, you know, many of you are strong supporters are trumpet. There are people who voted for Trump. Who are not strong supporters, and they're the ones that Democrats and the media trying to get to. They're the ones. And so they're trying to push.

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"professor lee" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

05:06 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Right below that as guest page, you know that we have for previous times that we've had professor Lee on and click. There you go. I really encourage these previous shows and it was in April seventeen this has been a while, you know, talking about this and he appears regularly on our T and CNN MSNBC in Al. Arab TV and TV LA talking about this, and I remember going into the. I Trump administration for session, and so on, was reparations going to be an issue, going into twenty twenty election cycle is going should it be an issue. But we'll talk about that a little bit professor helped me out, you know, in, in congress has been the movement EMS champion is someone up there talking about this. Yes. In fact, HR forty which congressman John Conyers had been trying to introduce Senate pass HR forty has as now I believe, past in the house of representatives. You have a number of democratic presidential candidates that are that are talking about it. You have a number of members of congress that are now of courting HR forty which merely and very simply calls for congress for for a committee. To be set up to investigate the issue to research and the issue and determine. A R reparations owed be how much would they be? And then see how that money would be distributed. I think that makes perfect sense should be distributed. What's your advocacy? Well. I would I the simplest thing to answer that question would be to. Channel the money into historically black colleges and universities provided we can ensure that the money would be would be properly men going to happen now. I don't mean the money won't be allocated just for it to be properly allocated who held decides that well all that comes from the legislation and the research. So let me let me give you let me take a step back. You made a point about not. You're not benefiting from from slavery. I'm not gonna debate that I'm just making argument that I could at least a little bit be harmed because of it that our society that I, you know, been disadvantaged, I don't wanna feel that every just because you didn't check African American census thing, somehow you benefited from it to make that argument. I don't I don't think. Legitimate. Let me just give you one day one simple. In eighteen thirty eight Georgetown University sold two hundred and seventy two enslaved Africans, the Jesuits sold two hundred and seventy to enslave Africans because Georgetown University was about to go under Ankara today. I'm sorry. What year is this what year eight eighteen thirty eight? Today. Georgetown University has an endowment of one point seven billion dollars. They were on the verge of bankruptcy. They sold two hundred and seventy two human beings and slave Africans. The university is now one point seven billion dollars. That's just one example. Okay. Now they are willing to they discuss this and. Yeah, well, screw you and different times, and life, sucks and get over it. And we did a couple of black scholarships. I mean you know what, what's their response? Well, actually the is an interesting response because the university's response initially was, oh, we're gonna maim a couple of buildings after and we're gonna, we're gonna give the descendants tuition, remission. But now the students have voted to pay an additional fee. An order to provide reparations now. Whoa, whoa time out. Okay. One, the university, I belong to the students they went private and just pay intuition. And that covers you know, I'm I'm all over that. You know, but, you know, here we have students in this atmosphere of where the heck is going on. And you say, yeah, we're going to vote..

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"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Difficult case of, of Russia's start to face, and they're lying than goes down the hole by an eight year old girl is lying on a hospital bed in a pair of Jean shorts and faded, t shirt. She so dehydrated that her lips are cracked, the nurses have hooked an IV drip, up to her foot, but she rolls constantly from fever, and they'd had to tape, the line securely surgical tape. Her father sitting on the bed with her. They stayed right there Levy, they leave in December thirty. The father says his daughter was vaccinated against measles. But Dr Guzman is skeptical. He says the vaccine is very effective, if she'd been vaccinated she probably wouldn't be here mothers with us that they have their children immunized with afraid of being folded because doctors this call the mothers to they would say we were given vaccine. But it turns out they didn't have seen. He says this type of miscommunication has been an ongoing problem in getting vaccination rates up to where they need to be. But he says the bigger problem in the Philippines right now is a boss. Roll out of dang gave axiom that has made some parents, refuse all vaccines in twenty sixteen. The Philippines launched a nationwide effort immunize kids against Dan game. The French pharmaceutical company. Sanofi had just won approval for what health officials hoped would be a game changing weapon against the brutal tropical disease, but after almost a million kids were given the new, Dan. Gay shot, the campaign was suddenly suspended. They had become clear that the vaccine could make some children susceptible to severe even fatal dang gay. The government revoked the license for the vaccine brought criminal charges against officials responsible for the campaign that he buckle. The Versi was over the three in each not just in the areas where they deceive the dang of seen. Professor Lee in the dans is a clinical epidemiology at the university of the Philippines, Manila. She says the dengue gay scandal undermined Filipinos confidence in vaccines has made the measles problem worse that administation of think oxygen get the vaccine thrust and because of this loss in FOX in trust if excessive that I'm not saying it's the only calls it accessible that the problem of poor immunizations for missiles.

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"professor lee" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KCRW

"Shorts and a faded t shirt, she so dehydrated that her lips are cracked the nurses have hoped in IV drip, up to her foot, but she rolls constantly from fever, and they've had to tape the line securely surgical tape. Her father sitting on the bed with her. Days stayed right there. They leave in December thirty the father says daughter was back Senate against measles. But Dr goose mon- skeptical he says the vaccine is very effective, and she'd been vaccinated. She probably wouldn't be here with us that they have their children immunized, because they're afraid of being cold because you this, call the mothers today would say we were given scene, but out, they have seen east as this type of miscommunication has been an ongoing problem in getting vaccination rates up to where they need to be. But he says the bigger problem in the Philippines right now is a botched roll out of debt gave axiom that has made some parents refuse all that. Scenes in twenty sixteen the Philippines launched a nationwide effort immunize kids against dang gave the French pharmaceutical company. Sanofi had just won approval for what health officials hoped would be a game changing weapon against the brutal tropical disease, but after almost a million kids were given the new Dan gay shot. The campaign was suddenly suspended. It had become clear that the vaccine could make some children susceptible to severe even fatal dang gay. The government revoked the license for the vaccine brought criminal charges against officials responsible for the campaign that buckle the Versi was over thirty in. It's not just in the areas where the dang of seen professor Lee in the dans is a clinical epidemiology at the university of the Philippines Manila, she says that, Dan gay scandal undermined Filipinos confidence in vaccines has made the measles problem worse administation of think oxygen it'll ups interests. And because of this loss in FOX, in trust it excessive that I'm not saying it's the only calls it excessive that the problem of for immunizations for missiles, and back at San Lazzaro doctor, who's Mont says some parents aren't just resistant to vaccines. Now, they're openly hostile towards the community. Health workers were trying to their kids. They will check the dogs free. To run after the Indian is door to door so that the Gallup term is, but Kuna doors. They will set the dogs, it was lung the doors distrust, vaccines was not the only reason that the Philippines was ripe for a measles outbreak. Immunization rates have been falling even before the dang gay fiasco, according to the department of health in two thousand nine eighty nine percent of Filipino kids got an all of their childhood vaccinations last year. Only sixty six percent of that were considered fully immunized, professor Dan, says, if there's any silver lining to this current measles outbreak. It's that many Filipinos are once again, embracing the need to get their kids vaccinated,.

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"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Difficult case of Russia's fun to face. And they're lying than goes down the hole by an eight year old girl is lying on a hospital bed in a pair of shorts and a faded t shirt, she so dehydrated that her lips are cracked, the nurses have hooked in IV drip, up to her foot, but she rolls constantly from our fever, and they've had to tape the line securely surgical tape. Her father sitting on the bed with her. Days. Stave, right? Levy, they're leaving the Senate thirty. The father says daughter was vaccinated against measles. But Dr Guzman is skeptical. He says the vaccine is very effective, if she'd been vaccinated she probably wouldn't be here. Deminers with us that they have their children immunized because they're afraid of being cold that because doctors call the matters today would say you're a given scene. But it turns out, they didn't have seen e says this type of miscommunication has been an ongoing problem in getting vaccination rates up to where they need to be. But he says the bigger problem in the Philippines right now is a boss. Roll out of Dan gave axiom that has made some parents refuse all that. Scenes in twenty sixteen the Philippines launched a nationwide effort immunize kids against dang game. The French pharmaceutical company Sanofi had just won approval for what health officials hoped would be a game changing weapon against the brutal tropical disease, but after almost a million kids were given the new Dan gay shot, the campaign was suddenly suspended, it become clear that the vaccine could make some children to -ceptable to severe even fatal dang gay. The government revoked the license for the vaccine brought criminal charges against officials responsible for the campaign. That the Versi was on overdose on thirty in each not just in the areas where the dang of seen. Professor Lee in is clinical epidemiologist at the university of the Philippines Manila, she says the dengue scandal undermined Filipinos confidence in vaccines has made the measles problem worse that administation of thank seeing that abouts interests. And because of this loss in FOX, in trust if excessive that I'm not saying it's the only 'cause it accessible that the problem of for immunizations for measles and back at San Lazzaro doctor, who's Mont says some parents aren't just resistant to vaccines. Now, they're openly hostile towards the community. Health workers were trying to their kids. They would set the dogs free to run after the ones to immunize door to door saw that valid term is, but Kuna doors. They set the dogs, it was Lund, the doors distrust vaccines. Not the only reason that the Philippines was ripe for a measles outbreak. Immunization rates have been falling even before the Dan gay fiasco, according to the department of health in two thousand nine eighty nine percent of Filipino kids got an all of their childhood vaccinations last year. Only sixty six percent of that were considered fully immunized, professor Dan, says, if there's any silver lining to this current measles outbreak. It's that many Filipinos are once again, embracing the need to get their kids vaccinated,.

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"professor lee" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:43 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And even in the Reagan administration. Professor Lee MC Schreiner stand. Your your point Hillary walked because Komi inserted a intent which is not part of the statute. Are you saying that you feel that bar and Rosenstein gift accorded Trump, the same privilege that if you're going to require some sort of intent on the part of Hillary, even though that's not in the statute. Then they have to be some sort of intent on the part of the president. And so therefore he had no corrupt intent just as Hillary had no corrupt intent the statutory charges are different. And intent is an element of the crime of obstruction. You know, if you're driving down the road, and you are in an automobile accident in a person you accidentally killed in the accident with a witness in a matter you had pending, and he didn't know it. That's not obstruction of Justice. Even though it has a dramatic impact. There has to be intent that's an element of the crime of structure of Justice. It was no element of the crime of trafficking and classified information or destroying government documents or retaining government documents on a on a government server or destroying documented have been subpoenaed by congress. Those are the various things that Hillary did in intent is not a crime is not an element of any of those crimes. Democrats are making a big deal out of the fact that Trump never sat down with Muller Muller because Muller was trying to lay a trap a perjury trap. It you know, and and Trump was gonna play that game or Trump's lawyers weren't gonna. To let them play that game. But but there was an unbelievable amount of access to Trump papers to campaign papers to campaign officials. I mean, this is one of the most thorough investigations we've seen in recent years. And my main point is if anything thorough had been had been done with Hillary Clinton or had been done with colder who was was charged with contempt of congress at first time in our nation's history and yet department of Justice. Get not statutory obligation to refer that to the grand jury if any if this this level of investigation had been done against those actions, we'd have books and books and books of indictments already the fact that we don't have any indictments against the Trump people coming out of this other than for processed crimes that had nothing to do with the reason for the investigation demonstrates, what what what Trump said was correct. That whole thing was a phony narrative the de legitimize the results of the twenty sixteen election and the American people's choice in that election. Professor is Trump no longer in any legal jeopardy. Well, no longer legal jeopardy by the Democrats seem pretty about an terminent to keep pressing. But what what's going on? Now is rising to the level of king. George thirds a general warrants. We know we've got a guy that must have done something wrong sometime in his life. And we want him out. So we're going to do investigations until we find something. Round up, the usual suspects roundup. And find something. And if you can't start making it up in a peach process is going nowhere because you know, even if it got out of the house of representatives, it would not get through the Senate. But what they seem bent on doing is crippling the execution of our government. And and really undercutting the results of the twenty sixteen elections. They have been trashing bar. They meeting Trump's detractors and Democrats than trashing bar saying, he the toady of the president, but they were praising Rosenstein Rosenstein and bar both co-authored that four page summary. Right. I heard. Representative distorted comments about bar falsely, providing his initial summary because congress was insisting on a summary the day after the report was first given to them he gave him a summary. And now the press conference report was released and they said, well, he cited one sentence, but he didn't cite the next one. Well, that's because it was a summary. You know, they're they're they're looking for something that's not there. And they've got a lot of Alleluia chorus people in a major media pretending like, this is this is a Watergate proportions when the real scandal here is that Obama administration. Opposing political party during the presidential campaign to try and throw the election to their preferred candidate. I mean, this is a scandal of monumental proportions. And nobody's talking about it. There. Professor. Thank you very much for taking the time. I appreciate it. Thank you, take care. Now if you receive a letter or several letters from.

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"professor lee" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Even serve in the Reagan administration. Professor Lee MC Schreiner stand. Your your point Hillary walked because Komi inserted a intent which is not part of the statute. Are you saying that you feel that bar and Rosenstein just accord, it Trump the same privilege that if you're going to require some sort of intent on the part of Hillary, even though that's not in the statute, then they have to be some sort of intent on the part of the president. And so until therefore he had no corrupt intent just as Hillary had no corrupt intent the statutory charges are different in hand and intent is an element of the crime of obstruction. You know, if if you're driving down the road, and you accidents are. In an automobile accident and the person you accidentally kill in the accident was a witness in a matter you had pending, and he didn't know it. That's not obstruction of Justice. Even though it has a dramatic impact. And there has to be intent at an element of the crime of obstruction of Justice. It was no element of the crime of trafficking and classified information or destroying government documents or retaining government documents on a on a government server or destroying documents that have been subpoenaed by congress. Those are the various things that Hillary did and intent is not a crime is not an element of any of those crimes. Especially the Democrats are making a big deal out of the fact that Trump never sat down with Muller. Well, he never sat down with Muller because Muller was trying to lay a trap perjury trap. It you know, and and Trump was gonna play that game or Trump's lawyers weren't going to let them play that game. But but there was an unbelievable amount of access to Trump papers to campaign papers campaign officials. I mean, this is one of the most thorough investigations we've seen out of the FBI in recent years. And and my main point is if anything thorough had been had been done with Hillary Clinton or had been done with Eric Holder who was was charged with contempt of congress a first time in our nation's history. And yet the department of Justice did not meet a statutory obligation to refer that to the grand jury if any if this if this level of investigation had been done against those actions, we have books and books and books indictment already the fact that we don't have any indictments against the Trump people coming out of this other than for processed crimes that had nothing to do with the reason for the investigation. Demonstrates what what what Trump said was correct. That whole thing was a phony narrative to de legitimize the results of the twenty sixteen election in the American people's choice in that elections. Professor is Trump no longer in any legal jeopardy. Well, no longer legal jeopardy by the Democrats seem pretty abound in interment to keep pressing. But look what's going on. Now is rising to the level of king. George thirds a general warrant, we know we've got a guy that must've done something wrong sometime in his life. And we want him out. So we're going to do investigations until we find something round up, the usual suspects roundup. And find something and if you can't start making it up now an impeachment process is going nowhere because you know, even if it got out of the house of representatives, it would not get through the Senate. But what they seem bent on. Doing is is is crippling the execution of our government. And and really undercutting the results of the two thousand sixteen election. They have been trashing bar. They mean, Trump's detractors and Democrats have been trashing bar saying that he's a toady of the president, but they were praising Rosenstein Rosenstein and bar both co author that four page summary right now. And I I heard every enablers distorted the comments about the bar falsely providing his initial summary because congress was insisting on a summary the day after the report was first given to them he gave him a summary. And now the press conference and the report was released and they said, well, he cited one. Sentence. But he didn't fight the next one. Well, that's because it was a summary. You know, they're they're they're they're looking for something that's not there. And then and they've got a lot of Alleluia chorus people in a major media pretending like, this is this is a Watergate proportions when the real scandal here is that the Obama administration. Opposing political party during the presidential campaign to try and throw the election to their preferred candidate. I mean, this is a scandal of monumental proportions. And nobody's talking about it. Have to leave it there. Professor. Thank you very much for taking the time. I appreciate it. Thank you, take care. Now if you received a letter or several letters from the IRS, it means the clock is ticking..

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"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

12:45 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Molly Reynolds, one of the things that this week's events has prompted as I mentioned is that there are concerns that this will do away with the legislative filibuster. I remind us what that is. And why some people are saying it could be on its way out. Sure. So the legislative filibuster is the requirement for most pieces of legislation in the Senate. That means that to end debate on that piece of legislation. I the Senate needs to get sixty votes in order to do what we call in vote culture or end debate the while the conversation about whether the legislative filibuster is not long for this world. Maybe exceleron a little bit this week. It's not a new conversation. And certainly we've seen a number of the Democrats who are running for president in a head of the twenty twenty election be asked about this on the campaign trail and from that perspective. I think it reflects evacuation on the part of many Democrats that if democrat wins the White House in twenty twenty even if Democrats take control. Of the Senate, which they obviously don't have right now the chances that they were they would get a sixty vote majority in the Senate are very very small. They had a sixty vote majority in the Senate relatively briefly in two thousand nine at the beginning of the Obama administration. But the last time we saw a party in the Senate have that many votes, and so then the number of competitive races that would make that exactly. So the the the math problem to get to sixty miss a pretty difficult one. So the reason this has been conversation, I think especially the democratic side of the aisle. I'm in recent weeks and months as this question of if a democrat were to win the White House and Democrats were to have control of the house and the Senate, but not sixty votes, would it be worth eliminating the legislative filibuster in order to accomplish certain policy priorities that that kind of democratic. Coalition wanna see an active and at a Republican minority would never support things like the green new deal, maybe Medicare for all or gun safety. Right. So certainly some sort of especially progressive priorities. But I think that one thing that many Democrats would argue is that when you look back at the Democrats experience in two thousand nine when they had a large, but not quite sixty vote majority. The idea that even things that they thought they might get potential Republican cooperation on that was very difficult to do. And so even putting aside the kind of most progressive policy ideas that even on some things that would simply move policy to the left for murder is now might be difficult to get the support of any Republicans on. So basically, you're saying that democratic presidential candidates are being asked if they support the nuclear option. Shen for legislative. Yeah. Support lemonade Mila deflate filibuster. I see. And do we know if there's any on record saying that they would? So I think folks have come out with a number of different answers believe that Elizabeth Warren came out this morning with one of the more forceful statements in potentially in favor of eliminating the legislative filibuster. But in general, do you think something that we're gonna see a talked about over the next eighteen months quite a bit? Well, is there anything going on now, Gregory Cobra that you would say are steps toward eliminating the legislative filibuster within government? I mean, excluding this conversation with our democratic presidential candidates. I think a point that Dr Reynolds made earlier is applicable that, you know, these three reforms made by the nuclear option process over the last six years, they're they're laying the groundwork for a majority in the future Tuesday exact same process to expand to to reduce the cloture threshold to fifty or fifty one on legislation as well. So I mean, we're we're seeing a death by thousand cuts of the existing cloture rule, and the next step would be frustrated majority saying we'd also like to pass our major legislative initiatives without having to bargain with the minority party. And if you were a betting person, would you bet that that was going to happen? If the Democrats take the White House and unified control of congress. I expect them to do something to make sure that their gend is not stopped in the Senate that could be like a changing the threshold for legislative bills to simple majority or could be some other like some half. Half reform that doesn't completely eliminate the sixty threshold say makes it more difficult to filibuster. So that it's hard for the Republicans actually muster forty one people to maintain a filibuster. In would you support? I mean, you wrote filibustering political history of obstruction in the house and Senate. Do you think that it's it's time to do away with the filibuster? So as professor Lee mentioned are there is a way that Senate off to work, and it ought to be bipartisan to there's a reason why filibustering assisted for the first years of the house and has existed to this point in the Senate. It is a way to make sure there is fair deliberation on the floor. Ideally, in his way to make sure that there's sort of moderate bipartisan consensus on what passes. So that's the classic argument for the filibuster. The problem is that, you know, if the minority party is using the filibuster just to block everything the majority is doing to deny the majority party any wins any anything that they can, you know, put on their their credentials if that's their logic. Then it's hard to explain to the majority party way, they should allow all their list of gender fail because the minority party that actually agrees with a lot of the Genda just doesn't. Want them to accomplish anything? It's a once, you know, once we move past the the classic argument for bipartisan consensus, and we get into a chamber that is so partisan that legislating becomes zero sum game. It's hard for majority party to see the logic of of you know, allowing filibuster to persist do you not see our political partisanship changing in the future? Do you think will always be like this? Then that we are in a new political reality. It is possible. There'd be some, you know, external change in the way apart is work. I mean, if if one party just became dramatically, less popular, and you know. Then sure then then it might change its legislative strategy and watch the party implemented popular Genta. But we haven't seen that in recent years. Well, Nigel rights limiting debate two hours feels corrupt and it is corrupt. It's the wrong solution to a bad problem. We need a way to ensure that people who make claims can back up those claims with proof in a timely manner. And that fitness claims won't be entertained for political reasons. Let me go to listen by in Oakland high. Listen. Good morning. I say thank you bring up. This this subject HR important. But I also want to just point out. The fact that, you know, most temocratic nations in the world are working. It was a system of more than five parties, and we're still stuck on onto and the longer that we continue this this behavior of team politics. And and, you know, a versus B, you know, is really only going to continue to designate degradate the systems that were put in place within the constitution. Because ultimately, they're just going to be playing fat check against each other too little way to make it easier for one party or the other to get an advantage, can you speak to any way of how we can actually further the bringing in more parties into our system because from what I've heard this is true that in order for primary elections have. The debates have more than just the two major parties. There needs to be a certain percentage of votes to get a third party in again. I'm not sure. So maybe clarify. Thanks. David Levy, sure on the question of debates. I think those tend to be set by the people who are sponsoring the debates to some degree. It's the television networks as they do that. But we have had third parties on the stage in nineteen eighty in previous years, we have had them there. The problem is having enough of a critical mass where it seems worth it to have the third party. I think in lower in them more local elections, you do see more candidates. You do see agreeing party. You see New York state for longtime has had four major parties. So that's part of it. But it's really it's the voters if the voters don't vote for those third parties and don't make them viable, then we're not going to have them. But on the flip side of it would be better another place. I'm just going to point too quickly to examples. How's it going for England right now Britain right now with Brexit, and they can't come to some plan and part of it is because of the way it so splintered and look at Israel look at hell because there are many parties there look at what prime minister Netanyahu has had to do to maintain a governing coalition. So it isn't necessarily the penicillin an nothing's perfect. But maybe more voices would be good. Well, Marcia rights, if we get to see all the evidence on all the crimes immoral and corrupt actions and behaviors of the current resident in the White House, including the full picture of the extent of influence by and collaboration with foreign entities. Could a case be made that his nominations and executive actions are not viable and therefore be undone. Molly Reynolds is assuming marshes premise would that be the case? So I think it's important to remember that you know, what we are talking about here and this change to Senate procedures again the culmination of a much longer history. And it's worth kind of putting in the context of what's been happening in the Trump administration specifically as professor LeVine was mentioning before, you know, President Trump has been able to put a historic number of new appellate judges in place. There's a large number of district court vacancies that they may be able to fill over the next two years. But it's really this. I think the question here is really about. So we're thinking about the Senate, and what's roll this. And that has that's really a much longer story than just happened. Just what happened this week and really a much bigger story. Than just the Trump administration. Well, let me go to Alex next and alexan- San Francisco you're on. All right. To take issue with the gentleman from Miami's language about things to want it in. Argument in both directions. It's really frustrating that he continues to use language like these are rules that affect low level nomination. They don't deal with low level things in the Senate. And it seemed very vacant marketing language. Disrespect the audience and the terms of this Alex, lemme ask gravy Cobra to explain by low level, you're using that as another way to explain non-cabinet level appointments by the administration, Gregory Coker. That's only mean, yes, there's hundreds of nominations for executive positions ago, the require Senate approval. Small number of them are cabinet level and the rest are, you know, pick a different term if you like, but they're not cabinet level..

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"professor lee" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

09:05 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on KGO 810

"From California. Uniformly welcomed by the Democratic Party. Which has a very high bar held by the progressives. The soft cell of Camelot harasses underway. Here in these coast, the New Yorker, profiling her three hundred page autobiography very carefully presented a very wedding story. A child born to educate a couple. Father from Trinidad mother from the subcontinent. India? A divorce follows early in communist live mother moves to Oakland and road. I take not a good upscale neighborhood of Oakland. This is many years ago. Carmela goes through a largely African American school, which is a product of segregation so much has house. Zip code is used to be difficult with people who are educated but cannot afford rent in any event is a winning story. It's a tree grows in Brooklyn story. It's roic and the New Yorker lays it out beautifully. This tells me that Kabul Harris is the one right now. There are other candidates. However, I turned her policy because with her very clear and articulate presentation, she is with the progressive left. There are some twists with two particular matters highlighted by professor Lee or hanging who's at the Hoover Institution. The Democrats have presented policies that are right now. Demonstrably ineffective. Professor a very good evening to you. Carla Harris is a good speaker. She's she's. Mm successfully followed. The speaking Hayden says not a Barack Obama more Michelle Obama. She's very good. And the presentation made it Oakland before twenty thousand people was greatly effective. It's a it's a measure of everybody else that they have to have a rollout. Like that. However, you have identified two of our policies that require explication. But at the same time show weakness at her thinking about what is to be done when she's in the Oval Office. I the minimum wage what is her position? And what do we know about minimum wage and jobs? Good evening to you, professor time. Good evening. Yes. Kamala Harris supports. The democratic view of a fifteen dollars an hour. Minimum wage the Democratic Party consistently try out a line that we can raise the minimum wage, and it won't affect jobs when Barack Obama's president. He stated that in a state in a state of the union address. He said there is no convincing evidence that raising the minimum wage will reduce jobs, and and that's just flat out wrong almost every well executed study shows that increase in minimum wage will reduce jobs, and it's sometimes it's a little bit hard to see because the impact of an increase the minimum wage can be a hundred times larger ones businesses have had had a chance to adjust and this includes automating jobs moving jobs offshore. Moving businesses from high minimum, which states to low minimum wage states. And ironically, this policy really really damages the lives of people whom the Democratic Party often points to have says these are people it's a policy. That's completely contrary to the interests of those people there are minimum wage cities. Now, do we have studies from those cities showing? A retreat and the number of a startup tops. Yes. Seattle is a city with a minimum wage city. And yes, there are job losses in Seattle. What's interesting is that there are some old minimum wage studies that have been proven more recently to just be demonstrably wrong. They have glaring data errors and all players. And what's unfortunate is that the Democratic Party continues to cite those studies as evidence that the minimum wage doesn't doesn't reduce jobs? Essentially is as an economist. We like to say you raise the price of something and people buy less of it. And there's no reason why that law economics doesn't apply to lower skill labor. It really really impacts heavily very young people who don't have a lot of work experience just in the process of gaining skills and immigrants who have yet to assimilate and who may not have a good command of the English language in terms of communication. These are people him the Democratic Party says these these are these are voters these are the laws and policies the word those people say professor commonsensical. So what we have here is something that really cannot be debated. The Democrats are saying the sky's falling unless there's from minimum wage, and you're demonstrating that the sky does not fall when when when the minimum wage reflects the marketplace and that when you raise it begins to fall on the league. I the most the least among us. That's you know, it's really not a debate. I can enter into professor I mean, you're you're demonstrate that the that the list of markets are damaged you can show that their damaged and yet the Democrats continue the spotlessly. No. That's exactly right. People today often talk about political elite, and there's a group within the Democratic Party. The governor of my state, California, Gavin Newsom being one of them, incredibly wealthy people. Who think they're helping workers by saying, hey, we'll raise the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. Twenty dollars an hour, and they often mask in terms of being a living wage, well only about zero not even zero point four percent of fulltime workers are minimum wage earners. And for many of those workers their wages rise for very quickly. I mean, what's really disappointing to me as a communist is within the Democratic Party there. Cyst a declining base who believe that a free market place is is a way for everybody to have opportunities and succeed, and that view that I think this country was founded on and and succeeded on for for hundreds of years is one that's really dying within the Democratic Party. And it's really very very sad that we have a couple of minutes, and this requires more attention, but you highlighted in your defining ideas pace at the Hoover Vergara versus California. The case was school children who had standing brought a lawsuit against the state saying that the the number of ineffective. Teachers were depriving them of a decent education dicamba Harris as attorney general take a position in this case. She certainly did she worked with. Teacher labor union to fight that lawsuit. And when the judge when the trial judge in the case ruled for the school children who brought a constitutional equal protection argument to the to the view that they were receiving poor education because there are thousands of what the drought just call grossly ineffective. Teachers in schools in the poorest neighborhoods today after that the trial judge ruled in favor of school children on every count camel Harris filed an appeal literally day after that the trial judge announced his opinion. We're just had a settlement in Los Angeles United school district where it is very clear that the children are not being well served. You can't miss it. She's a junior Senator from California. I don't know if she's taking that position. I did not know the Laras had had filed an appeal against schoolchildren. It's surprising the twists and turns of. This. Yes. Yes. She I mean, I think she was really working in concert with the Democratic Party and the Democratic Party receives enormous contributions from politically very powerful teacher union, the American federation of teachers writing why gardens outfit. Absolutely, absolutely. And I don't know. I think I would love to see a democratic politician. Take a stand against the teacher's union. I have not seen it. I would love to hear from one who who did at. And it's not really about the school. Teachers, many of whom are just remarkable. It's really about the unions represent those teachers, right and camera Harris.

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"professor lee" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"professor lee" Discussed on World News Analysis

"Courage about many, investors investors or the not mentioned the financial investors. Our stock exchange they look for term gain. And they do not really want to bet very high. And so that kind of really be a obstruction to innovation to adventure into something that can really feel big. So he managed it. Well, he built a very strong compromise culture, which is not only here, but also people go for innovation people go for the right type of governors for global expansion. So the largely I think you do the fact that he is able to halt the company that of simply being seal doing the short term profit job for those investors and therefore his able to succeed to so far to such an extent engine also says he doesn't believe while way will face the US penalties similar to. Those that did they t was face. Whereas last year, so too was the difference between the hallway, and they'd he is in this regard. I think there are two differences between the two companies first of all I think while we have a a very comprehensive control him for for ask force an imports of the parts and the product since that go, and that has been very active. They they have been confined to two European Merican politics and ozo- lot of function regulation around the world. And I think the second reason is that why we have been the biggest one of the biggest fires of American American shape, for example, calm at other makers assumptions were any penalty alike, where expert control against while way will not only harm my way. But also though I've stream American buyers to the company and to. Engines is also warning against using security concerns to divide the world into technology camps suggesting this will only how all size, so what kind of Homs do we think Rin a talking about here? I think he has he had a very good point in that it creates a lot of times the world because there's not only between China, but we're seeing around the world of an emergence of technology at a critical exit tential for reason of economic companion and asthma that that account have do such as Mark foam semi compound. One manufacturing cloud computing services is at the center of the concern of compact because the blurry. That's phone to leader leading analysts of Jesus. A Hong Kong based political risk consulting firm and professor Lee about home from university of international business and economics. Speaking was Sierras, John. Let's take a short break.

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Eating insects, like crickets, might sound gross, but it could be good for your gut

Mitch Albom

01:15 min | 3 years ago

Eating insects, like crickets, might sound gross, but it could be good for your gut

"Researchers from the university of Wisconsin Madison saying that eating crickets is healthy for your stomach. How's that sound how's your breakfast going scientists claim that they have found evidence, suggesting that eating those hoppers reduces. Bloating by helping the growth of gut bacteria the head researcher there said that there's. A lot of interest right now an edible insects it's gaining traction in Europe and in. The, United States as a sustainable environmentally friendly protein, source compared to traditional livestock now this. Is a very small study thank God. And the shows that this is something worth looking into, they said in the future when promoting insects. As a sustainable food source I'll pass thank you very much, pass on that but you know what they do serve that I think, it's in Seattle Seattle Mariners, serve crickets crickets or is it they've crickets their fried crickets crickets in a little. Cup yeah I saw I was watching one of the games on Nessim with the Red, Sox and Jerry Remmy tried some of them actually spit them out on camera That'd be me but you know. Why he said they were, too spicy, so I, don't, know if there? Wasn't that they were bad. Wasn't that you know the? The, idea of eating and insect repelled Jerry Remmy he said it was the taste that but I gotta feel any still you know you know what I'm saying Gotcha

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