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U.S. surpasses 9 million coronavirus cases
"Covert 19 cases, infections rising and all but two state in the month of October. 29 states in Puerto Rico hit new record highs for cases 22 states in Guam Sol record hospitalizations. And 10 states saw daily deaths higher than ever before the cease trouble, Rawls and in New York
Dr. Charles Binkley Discusses Medical Ethics in the Time of COVID-19
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host. David Intra. Cosso with me today discussed the nation's response, the ongoing Kobe nineteen, pandemic and context of healthcare ethics. Is Dr. Charles, Brinkley the director of bioethics at the Santa Clara University's or coolest center for Applied Ethics. Dr Bank welcome to the program. Thank you, David. It's really good to be with you today I have to say dark billy Bigley I particularly appreciate time since of course, California's once again. Experiencing another unprecedented wildfire season. So thank you. For making. Absolutely it's a real privilege to be on the show Dr. Bentley's vile is, of course, posted on the podcast website. On background, our nation's response to the ongoing covid nineteen pandemic has been I would characterize as disastrous. For example, as has been widely reported approximately one third of all Kobe. Nineteen related deaths have been among Nursing Home Facility residents. African Americans have been more than twice as likely as non Hispanic whites to die of covid nineteen complications. Inadequately protected healthcare providers. Now conveniently turned heroes in a war against Covid as if the virus will one day surrender. Defeated, have been required to work in lethal environments as for Service Workers Moreover, minorities instead of recognizing their do a livable wage. Health Insurance and or sick leave. We term essential workers and give them a hand. Clap. Has for the federal government's response to the president's sensitivity apparently goes so far as his stating, it is what it is. That the dictionary defines a business phrase that can be literally translated as and pardon my French fuck it. As for the Congress's response seventy, five percent of direct and indirect cares act money's went to corporations any forthcoming or additional federal response must include for the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's prerequisite covid related legal immunity protection, or legislation consistent with what over twenty states have adopted to date. Are Spas the pandemic in some brings to light the chasm that continues to exist between medical ethics. Requires provider to support the betterment of public health and a responsibility to seek positive forms that are in the best injures of patience. And how we deliver health care that is substantially profit motive dominated. I'll add in my nearly twenty five years doing healthcare policy work in DC. I never wants to tenor meeting or participated in a conversation with the speaker disgust or made reference to, for example, John Rawls veil of big nurturance or tick him Olam. With Megan discuss the woeful state of healthcare ethics in the time of Covid is again Dr Charles Bentley. So with that as a somewhat lengthy introduction Dr Brinkley. Limb in assuming, you'd largely agree federal policymakers have to understated done a poor job of living up to their obligations and responding to the pandemic. So my question is in your view what generally accounts for this. David I. Think from a public policy perspective. Many of the issues have become overly politicized. So for instance, things like mask wearing school reopenings, how to reopen the economy have not always been based solely on the best medical or scientific principles but they've been put us is to take, for instance, the initial recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention about school reopening those were revised based on the administration's desire to somehow make them more applicable or to open up things more aggressively. So science hasn't always. been the most respected voice in the pandemic Dr. Falcone has emerged as really a hero for what is truth, and so you have to consider the perspective of physicians in making recommendations in a physician or a scientist in general is going to base recommendations on doing good and avoiding harm. That's really the ethical principle of medicine, and so for instance, plan the American Academy of Pediatrics Recommendations for. School reopening is a very child centric perspective as well. You would expect the group of pediatricians to speak from the perspective of children and when you take the balance of school opening on the whole, it's far more advantageous to children for schools to be reopened not only because of the intellectual benefit schools provide but all the other resources of schools provide for children besides the traditional reading writing and arithmetic. Takes Her instance the number of hungry children who rely on schools for nourishment, the number of children but medical problems who rely on schools For their care asthma screening vision dental care. You look at children with disabilities who really are dependent on their schools, not only for learning but also for occupational therapy physical therapy and those students not only are not progressing in minsters they're regressing during the pandemic when they're not in schools, you can't substitute the services that they were offered in person with remote learning and must be heartbreaking to those parents to see their children regress in this time. So really the perspective of the most vulnerable and some ways has come to light. During the pandemic when I think globally about how ethics the affected the pandemic
Harry & Meghan Called Whiny Brats
"Hey guys happy Monday and welcome to daily pop. I mean a- Parker joined by so my favorite. Silvester Aunt Victor Cruz A. You know we are going to go in this morning. Because someone is calling, Harry and Meghan tone death, whiny Brat S-. That person of course is Pierce Morgan who else pierce like the rest of US got a first look at the new book about the royals called finding freedom. It's a very personal and intimate look at their lives, and in today's Daily Mail Pierces the book. Confirms Up There Rawls, most that they are the world's most tone-deaf, hypocritical, narcissistic, deluded whiny Brat long to say. Do you guys agree with his assessment? Not even close not even close when you look at Harry and Meghan. You have to understand this okay. The royal family didn't work I. Think I think Harry First of all was just. He's a person that likes to spread his wings. He likes to do what he wants to do. And it just so happens that he found a partner that is rotten with him and wants to do the things he wants to do so look. They separated from the Royal Family I. Get it, but they still got to bring in the coin. So of course they're going to drop a book. Of course, it's going to be things about their their intimate parts of their life. That's going to be in the book. It has to sell copies, but do I think they're whining brats, because they're kind of letting people in into their loz little bit absolutely not coming from someone who has a New York Times bestselling book myself. You can go pick it up at Barnes and noble. You can. This is what you have to do to. You gotta give people a little bit of something personal so that they can go in and buy your book. That's what this is all about well I. I brought I bought. Cruise Control Victor and there was nothing personal in it, okay? We'll let me just. A REP from hearing. Megan told us that they did not contribute to the book. So this is not fair book. This is an author that claims that they spoke to over one hundred sources, which is how they got such personal information, so the book is about them, but they didn't write it. The sources gave them all the information from today's Arthur. First of all. Nina, you know as well as I. Know working in this business. We know that every celebrity has a few henchmen. You know my name on it I. Don't want to get my hands dirty, but wouldn't it be crazy if you're over? At TMZ found out about this personal detail. Look the thing is I do ride for Megan Harry? Understand everything that's going on with them, and I feel bad for them. However, the one thing that was missing in this book was them taking accountability for at least one thing. That's the only problem I have with. This I could see where they felt like they were trapped. I could see where they felt like they had been turned against, but they're just not taking accountability for anything at all. It's not their book. It's not their book. How do they take accountability for something? They didn't right. Come on, come on. Kirk five written. Book. Does like her five germ ability. If you decide to write something about my life, I don't have to take accountability for anything. It's not my book. You wrote it. But it's there. It's still going to come out and it's still going to be things in there that are probably true and depending on what those are. They should probably own up to a couple of those, and it's not anything wrong or anything bad about them. They're living their own lives right now. They're doing what they wanted to drink, so I wouldn't mind owning up to one. Maybe two of those things that are being said is. Is a lot because they don't want to go. This traditional route and I also think that there is a huge disconnect with how it relates to a lot of this because she's American because she's a celebrity from America and she had a different way of life, and also because she's a black woman, and I feel like there's been a lot of insensitivity to hurt that regard for how she's been treated in the press the way. Way that she's been treated compared to everybody else has been completely different because they didn't have to deal with a lot of the same type of headlines that she did. She felt very triggered by the way that she was treated by a lot of the press in Britain, because of the fact that a lot of it was race baiting a lot of it was. You know saying things that were really offensive to her, so of course. Course she's very defensive when she's dealing with that. And then also the fact that she was very popular coming over there, and so they were saying that she was kind of taking over for him, because she she was more popular than K., and that's to be expected so a lot of it, not that it's not her fault, but it's like look if my light is shining bright and this overshadowing. You said you'll came up, don't. Know Tena. Not that Nina I totally get it at the same time. If you're walking into institution that's been built for hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of years. Sometimes, you gotta learn the ropes before you start stepping out before you get crazy now. Not saying what she did was wrong I just would have played my game a little bit slower. I would follow. Call before jumping ship and surprising and enrolling up on the que-, being like hey, all we hear from Canada. Talked about Leonardo's. Popularity grew like that. It's not her fault that the attention came to her the way it did when she got there. It wasn't her fault, and it's not that she linked up with Harry who was riding with her, and it was like you know what we're doing this on our own less rocker
Fan Ownership - With Chris Hana - CEO At The Esports Observer
"Talk me through like some of the acquisition process because there's. I mean could be right in saying that there's probably like twenty acquisitions, and all of as sports history of a business that's more than say five thousand dollars for a t three sports team like an acquisition, and that number's Rod, or not I think the point trying to make. Is this billionaire acquisitions ever in a sports at the moment unless it's a team that say optic which is? is like a distressed asset or something like that? Mommy and there's a couple of there's a couple of also peripherals depending on what you what you consider east boards, and you know where we draw the line between gaming. I mean there's been there's been some. There's been some some proper requisitions to like to me. That was different because we're you know. We built us a startup. Everything. Yoho edge all you are right when you got to react to a fast paced market, lucky sports, and then all of a sudden your. You're dipping your toes into the corporate world. Again, And then you get like the all the requirements that kind of all read wants from you, and then all of a sudden you you get you get into this wheel of okay cool. We gotta do this. We gotTA THAT IT'S A. Different so I think so, the story is we got investment a year before same company, and then got acquired later, and the the big due-diligence was before prior to the investment and I think like I think that blocked me for probably two or three months completely, so you know I had a team that was taking care of things but I was really like I was really working on this on all the numbers compiling data sets, and you have that stuff left and right, but then you got to put in the right form. You know it's all these talks. That was a time you know. Before we went live, you know we talked about lifestyle getting healthy again and losing all the kilos. On. It was really with a lot of what a lot of stress in a positive way, too, but it's just. Fun You know. It's I looking back now I'd say it was a really good experience. Like at the time it's hard when you've got to act fast, and you got to work on your company, but then also your completely blocked in the process, my soul. Really in a really interesting like number video information that someone gave me today. WHO's well versed in traditional businesses? We're just talking about public. Elucidate sports companies in the industry AALIYAH. They have to release the financial reports by the thirty fester. July some extremely interested to see what comes out from those guys and anyone. I've essays and you know what he was saying. He's it costs about. About a million nosy year in day to public illicit business, and it really is because you need all of these. In when the I six says proved to us why your stock just went up by forty percent. It's been a lot time going through that. You need to prove that you haven't done something illegal. You need to use your extending entitled Potties to justify that stock price into. Your releases and to check through the bold reports, and that kind of stuff takes a lot of time and none of its shape. Recent prices? Everybody seems to be three hundred dollars an hour, so it takes a Lotta time. The and that's why I feel like. If you look at these sports industry right now I'm not saying it's not saying it's not mature, but it's a lot of startups. It's a lot of people just getting in doing things like doing things quickly and you. If you grow that like if that mature Swiss, certain point, you know you have a, you have a time where there's different skills that you need, and we just have different requirements. Right I mean if a company grows like your co changes like you know you need. You need different skills to complement. Would you can't do anymore? Because of time, constraints as well so yeah, it's. It's a very different thing. Yeah, that makes sense to me. Is like a really wish on. You wear a hood this from, but it's a good. Saying that say all the time which is like. The founder doesn't always make the best see. I think that's extremely important like it. You know direct example. I think is a good friend and a mentor CAL flurries from Unicorn. Who's the CO founder and the Chief Product Officer? It makes much more sense. I think the Rahul debate to say call isn't like doing public talks and I call isn't like being divisive the company and every time I talked to him. He's so passionate about the technology in the product, so it makes perfect sense, so rawls the for him to be the Sapio, but also like you were saying as as the company styles. Would maybe make sense to get A. You know inefficient him. Gray hit suit. Come into today the because ultimately it's up to them to run a smooth and profitable business. It's not up to them to Nari who the next best counterstrike's taint team is that you should pick out fanatic to up to them to make sure your reporting to the board properly and the numbers of flying.
Trump ends preferential economic treatment for Hong Kong
"Taking office in January two thousand seventeen. US President Donald. Trump has spent many of his non golfing hours inventing new ways to pick fights with China in recent weeks. China has made this part of his job a good deal easier in imposing a repressive news channel Security Laura upon Hong Kong. Beijing has presented trump with an opportunity to strike back at China. Foreign actual reason as opposed to an invented or imaginary. Imaginary one and trump appears to have seized it, and made a stream of consciousness at the White House yesterday trump ordered an end to Hong Kong's special status under US law on joined a four more on this by the formulas diplomat Louis Lukens Lou is now a senior partner with Cigna Global Advisors, but spent the early part of his diplomatic career in China. Lou rawls them back to the briefing the president's announcement first of all what practical consequences is likely to have. Thank you, it's great to be back, so the practical consequences that take a little bit of a while to play out, and you really nailed it. Donald trump has been in some ways looking for a fight with China and China has given him a great excuse to ratchet up tensions. Down, trump spend a little bit conflicted on China right because he is really pursued, wanted this trade deal for the last couple of years at the same time he likes to talk tough on China and what we're seeing is the election comes closer and closer and were less than four months out to election day the United States is a bit of an. An arms race between Joe. Biden and Donald Trump both of them, trying to be seen as tougher than the other on China and I think we will see tensions ratchet up over the next four months as November third becomes closer in China becomes the common enemy that both candidates can agree on them. Both try to outdo each other on being tough on. I mean we'll try to be overly concerned about this. Because they ll affected this kind of response in they they they would have assumed that there would be consequences of some sort to imposing this new security lore on Hong Kong. They they will have thought it through obviously and and anticipated. The reaction would be I wonder a little bit of China hasn't overplayed his hand. I think there is such a court. We're seeing more coordinated international response now to China's aggression whether it's military aggression whether it's you know. Intellectual property, theft and and use. Of Technology. We're and then go human rights issues including Hong. Kong and what's happening with the weaker people in northeast in north western China. I think we're seeing. Countries have reached a tipping point and the Corona Virus in China's initial response to it is also leading countries i. think a little bit bolder and a little bit better coordinated in their measures to counter China and China maybe anticipated that in his plan that, but I think what we're seeing now for the first time, certainly in recent history is a better coordinated and methodical approach to China from Western. Allies working together with more of a common purpose I. Think than we've seen in a while a how coordinated can that response be? Though if the United States as led by President, trump applies his usual attention to detail and attention span to it again. Might this be a calculation that China of made that trump as usually his response to everything will have an puff, but signally failed to blow any houses down. Absolutely I think this guy is very possible and I think they'd be trying to get away with what they can before a Joe Biden presidency, which would start next January and I think we will see with the Joe Biden presidency in foreign policy under Joe, Biden of much more concerted effort to coordinate with allies, and to have an approach facing China and Joe Biden has talked about working with the European Union and Canada and Mexico and other allies to to deal with China's trade practices amongst other things. It is the united. States can't do that now or won't do that now. Because President, trump's policy is so sort of sporadic and incoherent, so China may be may see this as a window of opportunity to strengthen their position while they have a president in the White House who is is somewhat focused on China, but not really in the details, and in unable because of his actions over the last three years to really pull together a global coalition. How potentially dangerous is that? The you spoke earlier of China perhaps overplaying their hand way of Hong, Kong is concerned. Is there a concern that if as he suggested, it seems a reasonable analysis. They are trying to make hay you. All the sun is shining where president trump is concerned that they might overplay their hand further with potentially dangerous consequences. Will absolutely, and that's was you know is scary about this time that we're in right now because China, not justice is not just pushing on human rights in pushing on. In commercial interests around the world, but they're also being quite aggressive militarily. India of the south. China Sea and there's always potential for a misunderstanding. Or an accident we've seen this before you remember when they accidentally shot down an American plane that landed in on Hainan island some years ago. It's very easy for a miscalculation to happen, and when tensions are this high to begin with, it makes the diplomatic walk back from any military accidents much much harder to carry out.
"rawls" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Some people are smarter. Some people are faster. Some people work harder and they should be rewarded for that and good choices should be rewarded, but secondly. I don't I don't think it's desirable I. Don't think is desirable to try to make everything equal I think that kind of world is actually much more similar to a prison, then to a very multidimensional flourishing society, so rawls under his veil of ignorance exercise, and by the way those of you in college that haven't yet experienced this yet or my dot through college without it very. Who Does to you and God bless you, 'cause you avoided huge piece of liberal indoctrination, but for you parents out there. This is the type of stuff that your kids are being taught that you're funding most likely if you send your kids off to college because they say well, how could it possibly be fair if you don't know where you're going to enter into society and roles used that word bear fair, fair fair, you must have used it. Thousands of times throughout all of his writings. He was one of the most influential social justice advocates of our time. If you even take roses thought experiment at the very beginning is not totally incorrect the conclusion there's no way if you believe in individual liberty if you believe in natural rights, the locking in view of human nature. There is no way that you could say what we want. Everything to be totally fair and Egalitarian. He's like no actually want. Be Equal under the law have some form of equal opportunity and where everything's end up. There's a reason why they ended up that way. Because people made poor choices, because people didn't get married before they have kids, because people get a job, because people didn't wake up early enough now. We don't have that completely in America and we've identified that that there are disadvantaged parts of America. Actually have embraced. Some of Rawls is teaching because of government dependency government subsidies, poor decisions by the political class elite and a government that had actually betrayed our citizens. So it's actually leaning more into the ideology of roles of why America's in some ways in a disadvantaged position, not the inverse so..
S13E08 Black cats - burst 2
"Lou and will go over all of your feedback joining me this week. All the usual suspects Allen Pope. Hello Mark How are you? I am well how are you I am to devote good now? We pleasantries out the white mountain friend. Just say hello friend. How you Martin? Very well thank you. I'm on holiday. Well right for some yes. Where are you on holiday at home in the House I well? I haven't been now allows for three and a half weeks as you are not working but I'm not working. This is Sofa break after a successful release. No doubt that's the general idea. Yes excellent well. So what have you been doing while you've been on holiday? I've been live streaming on Youtube. Live streaming what have you been? Live streaming I've been doing. Let's code live streams. And what have you been counting At the moment I'm working on a utility that you can use on a boon to serve for the RAWLS reply to turn into a desktop for the raspberry Pi. I say I'm both seen while. Doing that are just in soling. Do Desktop on the Raspy Pie. Well there isn't an event to desktop image for the Raspberry Pi bus is first class support for the Raj reply in a too so it's a small matter of somebody that knows so of what the differences between server and desktop pa to write something that can automatically turn a server into a desktop. And that's what I've been working just amps install desktop. That's what I would have cried if someone said Hey. Can you turn this severance stolen to a desktop ago? Yeah little carry on the end or Us settles some more than that will get you. Eight tenths of the way there. I mean when I did the first livestream that was basically MVP There's an additional package which boosts Bluetooth that needs to be installed on then they stuff like so the suffering which has cloudy knit. Uncloudy Wants to net plan for the network managements that means network manager is that that doing nothing so you have to poke around and disable the clouding Network Comfort. And then tell net plan. You'll you'll not responsible anymore network manager is so there's a few little tweaks like that and then there's a few things you can do with the different desktop environments to just shoot them a little bit to take advantage of the The hardware thereon. So I'm I'm well down that road now but what I've really enjoyed as Virtual pair programming where you have like thirty people spotting will guitar powers and mistakes. And what have
"rawls" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Lou Rawls here in the bottom rotation at the EIB network Joe Manchin by the way the other Democrat that might be voting to acquit am for no witnesses is Doug Jones of Alabama he's answers we Christensen I'm Arizona mansion of West Virginia Doug Jones mansions out there saying you know what I think it might be interesting to hear from hunter Biden not John Bolton either give the great to hear from hunter Biden that by the way that ABC story that I went back and revisited yesterday from may two thousand nineteen that I thought was the first step in the media and the Democrats deciding to take Biden out the timing of that report has taken on additional significance I want to pass what I want to get ahead of myself here with mansions signaling that hunter Biden might be fascinating to talk to not saying that Joe by a dog John Bolton would be I mean I I don't know these guys are not on their heads but that's the kind of thing you're float if you're a Democrat yeah I wanna talk to hundred by now too I really want to hear from the Democrats do not want a hunter Biden called as a witness they don't want him calling the what calling a witness in claiming the fifth they don't want plugs call they don't want to go there they've tried to Stonewall already there so there's no reason to call the bonds of mines got nothing the bidens are everything to do with this the bidens are exactly why all this is happening they should have been legitimately investigated because they weren't legitimately engaged in corruption well I say not legit they were illegitimately engaged in it but they were in it and it needs to be uncovered an exposed now we are doubling down in a private lunch with fellow Senate Republicans on Monday reportedly made a strong pitch for calling additional witnesses this according to politico according to Pierre dialect no the claims in bold moves book have made it increasingly likely that his fellow Republicans will call Bolton to testify now despite his public optimism about winning the witness argument a political says these three moderate senators appeal seem to be going no where so again these are more stories contradicting the thing that hit last night claiming that McConnell has lost control McConnell can't guarantee he's got the votes to defeat when this is it everywhere you look here's the next time line from the hill dot com Republicans signaled renewed confidence not avoid witness flight Republicans emerge in a closed door caucus lunch they had a Pierre delicto attended the and expressed renewed confidence they would win the vote on more witnesses John Morasca Wyoming even told reporters that the Republican senators had heard enough time to go to final judgment so there's that set up somewhere and that is that is happening here let me get a phone call in his promises Denver and Samantha great to have your Samantha thank you for waiting high high rise such a pleasure to speak with you great to have you here to and my question is and I know that you and and others have made the argument that getting through this trial as quickly as possible beneficial we don't a drag it out any more than the Democrats have dragged it out and you know it could be potentially damaging to you know voter turnout and and what not but my question is no that's not that's not I don't think that's not why but go I don't wanna stop you go head off that's kind of a separate thought that my question is we have this unique opportunity that Democrats have pretty much push themselves into to put people on the stand under oath and really start exposing and the corruption that there do you feel that that you know that's enough of a benefit to you know really kind of dig into this trial and and use it for that purpose well you know I I I thought I had an additional minute I miss judge the clock here so I'm going to have to answer you after we conclude the the call it's it's it's possible and I know the Democrats don't want that which is what makes it intriguing to you with the same potential opportunity exists in the next phase of this which is questions the senators get to ask questions of both of the house managers and the president's lawyers and that is maybe a way to treat shift as a witness even though you don't qualify as a witness but let me expand on this when I have a little bit more time Samantha thank you very much it's a great point not unless we.
"rawls" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"And their shit breaks down they need to find a way to survive on the planet the planets completely empty except for astronaut one in their little house for astronaut to to ever be able to carve off even a sliver of an existence on this planet and they will always be at the mercy of astronaut one the first astronaut will dictate the terms of the agreements. The deals will almost certainly always favor the first astronaut not simply because the first astronaut happened to get there. I well. This is a metaphor for how everybody enters into the world who wasn't born into inherited wealth power or opportunity by complete chance. Their lives are at the mercy of someone else who was born into their place by complete chance. You can see why it's so important to rawls to further delineate between these inequalities that were arrived at because of work or effort and those made possible by essentially winning the lottery and that winning the lottery. That moral arbitrariness is what makes it unfair to rawls to rawls. You're not entitled to things that are morally arbitrary. Best Way to explain why he feels this way is to give the opposite example. Let's say you're driving down the road obeying all the traffic laws. There's a cafe coming up on your right. and through some random confluence of events some guide trips over a dog and spills a glass of water on the floor. At which point a woman slips on the water and bumps into a chair the chair falls over trips a server and the server goes flying into the street the exact wrong time and tragically you hit the server and they die now as a society we would never think of you as a bad person. If that sort of nothing happened the justice system would never take a consequentialist route there and throw you in prison for the rest of your life. You know. Technically somebody died bad luck in other words it would be wrong for anyone to think it was just for you to own the consequences of something that is in your life solely because of a horrible stroke of luck. Rawls would say that when you're born into who an estate that's worth a billion dollars you are equally not incomplete ownership of things that are only in your life because of a good stroke of luck but as we'll see later that doesn't mean it's necessarily necessarily the job of the government to take it from me for us to be clear you're not a bad person for having the billion dollars just as you're not a bad person because the waiter fill in front of your car. The point point is when things are morally arbitrary. You can't have all the good and none of the bad or in other words. What this means for? All philosophy is that we need to decide on further criteria that determine how much of that inequality is just. And why probably a good point to state for the record that these inequalities extend far beyond just money that you're born into people are born with all sorts of inequalities. You could be born really smart you could be born into a family. That doesn't care about you. You could be born a really attractive person. You could be born into an area that has horrible resources for public schools and you have virtually no chance of excelling. You could be born to a family business where you're the heir apparent to taking over when mom retires. You could have so much crime in your area that even leaving the House and trying to do anything with your life is terrifying we are born holding the stubs to this genetic and cultural lottery agree that will dictate the parameters of our existence and rawls would say that if we truly want the inequalities of our society to be based solely on a difference in work or effort. We need to be willing to not ask people to own the bad or good circumstances that they happened to be born into now. The problem with actually implementing anything along these lines should be obvious obvious. Nobody that was born into a great situation is going to vote for a policy that makes him give up the fruits of their advantages and nobody born into a bad situation is going to vote for a policy that makes them live out the rest of their life just accepting the consequences of what's essentially a server fall in front of them this touches on a larger problem of passing any kind of meaningful social chill reform. Most of the time people are going to vote for what benefits their particular demographic rich people vote the interest of the rich poor people the interests of the poor and again this fact extends to every advantage someone might have been born with as it's reflected in the political process so rawls is faced with another problem in his work even if we could figure out which which of these birthright advantages are just or unjust. How would we ever pass something like this? In a liberal democracy to solve this problem rawls creates one of the most most influential thought experiments of the twentieth century. His goal with the experiment is to show that the massive levels of inequality exist in the modern United States simply and for no no better reason than because the society already exists that way powerful interests are already invested in the way that things are and meaningful social. Change is very difficult to actually we carry out with the system being the way that it is but he would ask. What would society look like if we had to start all over again? Would we structure society in the exact same way with things. Play out exactly in the same way that they are now. What if our position when formulating this new society was not that of astronaut to from for example before but instead what we were all simultaneously designing a society from the position of astronaut one that first day that they landed on the planet? This is what rawls I who as the original position basically. It's his version of the state of nature. Now imagine we're all standing around on this new planet formulating how society should be structured. RAWLS wants us to imagine a few other things as part of this thought experiment. Imagine you're structuring. This society through what he calls a veil of ignorance or you are asked is to decide how this society will be structured without knowing anything about your position within that society wants its founded. You can't know whether you're going to be living in Beverly Hills on the projects in New York City. You can't know your age gender race sexual orientation you can't you're accu- your athletic ability. Your charisma you. You can't know what kind of family are going to be born into. Can't whether you're going to have some mental illness that makes everyday miserable. Human beings have the capacity to be rational. RAWLS wants to ask how would rational beings without a vested interest in one group or another creative society. Well one thing's for sure thinks it wouldn't look anything like the modern united nited states. No rational being would look at the statistics and choose that structure. Because it's much more likely for you to be born into one of the many millions that struggle versus one of the handful of people with power and resources in fact rawls thinks that when people consider the lives that some people in the inner city are forced to live in parts of the United States. The very fact doc you could possibly get unlucky and be living. One of those lies is enough to make rational. People want to restructure society so how would rational being structured. They would follow what it is known as the maximum rule or the idea that we would pick the structure of a society that provides the best situation for the least advantage within that society in comparison and to all other potential societies. Put another way. We pick the structure where the worst case scenario for a person is the best out of all the other possible. The worst case scenarios and other strategies rational beings would do this because they can't know whether or not they're going to be the one you know the the actual least advantaged antigen person in the entire society. There's a lot of metaphors about this But there's a particularly common one and I guess I'll just lay out here. Imagine you're having a Pizza Party and and you're asked by the people at the Party to cut the pizza however you want the catches you can't know which piece of pizza is going to be yours until after you cut the pizza now you may cut up the pizza into bigger pieces and smaller pieces. If that's what you chose to do but one thing's for sure here you're going to cut the pizza in a way. Where if you were to get the smallest piece piece? It's still something you'd be satisfied receiving. Somebody might ask at this point. Well why isn't the obvious choice here just to cut every piece of pizza. The exact same size a type of socialist pizza cutting rawls is not a fan of socialism. He respects what is trying to do but he thinks it achieves equality at the expense of everyone one. Yeah sure. We're all equal under socialism. But we're all equal at a lower standard of living than is possible in restructured capitalist system. Remember this is is it here to the maximum rule. What system produces a worst case scenario for a citizen that is the best Tyrrell's the smallest piece of pizza and a revised capitalist structure is bigger than the equal pieces provided by socialism? Is just a bigger pizza that we're cutting but on the other hand to rolls we can't just have lousy faire free market capitalism. Awesome because that doesn't take into account the moral arbitrariness of unfair inherited. Advantages like intelligence status or wealth. The question for roles this how do we the structure capitalism in a way where it is truly a rising tide that's raising all the ships as opposed to just a few of them what we can start by laying out the criteria Ria John Rawls prescribes for determining which these inherited inequalities are just or fair in fact that's the way he describes it flying in the face of thousands of years of moral philosophy. Justice is not an eye for an eye. Justice is not total equality. Justice is fairness to roles. What's an example of an inequality that exists? That is fare well. I must adhere to strict rules. One social and economic inequalities must first be to everyone's advantage and to such such social and economic inequalities must be attached to positions that are equally open to all so with the second rule. RAWLS is trying to protect against any sort of system with different. Different classes. People are born into or even figurative classes no position society reserved for a specific person or type of person. Even if you're the least advantaged person you can still apply for the position doesn't mean you're going to get it just means that if there is an unequal position available if we're going to accept that inequality is part of the structure of our our society. It should be open to everyone to apply what rawls is referencing. Here is historically there have been three primary ways. People are blocked from prestigious positions society. One is legal where there are actual legal barriers precluding a person from holding a position to buy birth status. which would make you disqualified from holding holding a position because of something about how you were born and the third roadblock is having the talent or effort to actually be able to excel at the position rawls things just society will stick to this third one and he says only ones that do can be said to have true equality of opportunity? Now the first rule that these inequalities must first be to everyone's advantage pitch. This really is the cornerstone of what rawls would eventually call his quote system of liberal equality in quote. Let's go back to our person that inherited a billion dollars dollars to illustrate what he means. But say this person inherits a billion dollars and then spins their life investing and reinvesting that money to improve the world around them they create three tons of jobs for the less advantaged the innovate technologies that improve the lives of the rest of the world. They may offer scholarships to people that couldn't otherwise afford to go to school and recruit them to work for their companies. They built storefronts that improve communities. This is an example of an inequality that may exist but it's to everyone's advantage so it is possible to inherit vast sums of money and still use it in a way that benefits others and makes it fair or just on the other hand if the same person took that billion dollars and just let it sit under a a very large mattress for their entire life. Well that wouldn't be to everyone's advantage. And at this point rawls would be a fan of some type of heavy tax to penalize the inaction probably followed by some type of government redistribution to the lesser advantaged. But this extends beyond just inherited money..
"rawls" Discussed on Philosophize This!
"Hello everyone I'm Stephen West. This is philosophize this lot of people of asked about t shirts and I want to update on that front. Few months ago I had a bunch of them screen printed but the planet making them available for everybody on the website But shortly after I remembered why I don't really like selling t shirts long story short. Look I'm not a big company. That's printing thousands thousands of these shirts at a time. I'm one person Condo and because of this I'm always limited printing in smaller batches. Once I got them printed. I remembered why other shows have to sell their shirts for twenty-five Thirty Bucks Shirt to make it financially worth it to them and I personally don't feel right doing that. What I don't want is for there to be some hardcore fan of the show out there? That would wear a shirt. They talk to their friends about the shirt. They helped spread the word but money is the only thing preventing them from being able to do that for some reason. It just doesn't sit right with me so so for the time being. I'm not going to be selling t shirts. I'm just going to be giving them away to the best people I can find had to come up with a way to be able to make the selection process as fair as possible And and here's what I came up with if you have left or leave a review on itunes or whatever platform you used to listen to the show. Send me an email with a link to your review or quoting your review and I'll choose twenty people this episode from those emails to send t shirts to my email. Is Steve Steven West. Show DOT com. Look forward to hearing from you. Thank you as well to the people that support the show on. Patriots could never do this without you. Today's episode is on John Rawls and his seminal work a theory of justice. I hope you love the show today. So if you looked uh every philosopher that we've covered so far in the show it'd be very easy to describe the differences between each of their works but much more difficult and illuminating question. To ask is whether or or not all the works of these very different philosophers have among them any route similarities. Now of course you could say things like they all made some sort of contribution to human. I thought you could say they. They all use language to express their big ideas but another way to think about the answer to this question is to say that every great philosopher in their own way questioned the fundamental assumptions that were present in the thinking of their time. That is a hallmark of a great philosopher because when seeking solutions solutions to philosophical problems casting aside the cultural or linguistic assumptions of particular snapshot in Time Very often leads philosophers of the next generation integration to understand how those assumptions have been limiting our ways of thinking about things the philosopher. We're GONNA talk about today. Falls into this category. And he's going to question an assumption that seemed to others as radical as it was dangerous. His name was John Rawls and this was the assumption that he questioned. Can Human beings actually live and flourish for any extended period of time in Liberal Democratic Societies the Political Paradigm of the Enlightenment Liberal Democratic Societies Diabetes. A government by the many democracy liberal in the sense that there's a strong focus on rational discourse the acceptance of outside ideas the legitimacy gyda AC- of political ideas being decided by having conversations between competing ideas. Let the best ideas rise to the top and direct the future of society for the time being and if those prevailing ideas don't happen to be the ones you believe in you're supposed to accept those ideas as part of the greater political process and worked to defend your positions better. The next time we're having a conversation. This was a brand new way of conducting politics when it was proposed in the enlightenment and the assumption over the years by so many in the West has been that not only is this one of our greatest inheritances from the enlightenment but not to mention they would say. This is the absolute greatest political system that has ever been devised. I John Rawls is going to question those assumptions. He's going to ask whether or not liberal. Democratic societies might only be the greatest political system ever devised on paper you might think of other political or economic theories that sound great on paper but when actually put into practice when you consider the nature of how human beings really behave if they fail time and time again will are liberal democratic societies just another example of a delusional naive enlightenment era ideal that can never actually worked for any length of time. What else is referencing is the long history of this type of society descending into various types of chaos civil wars fascism class warfare extreme violence between different groups extreme wealth inequality dozens of more examples and the ultimate question? RAWLS is getting to this when you consider the track record of liberal democratic societies no matter how good they sound on paper maybe there was something about our nature as human beings that makes us effectively incapable publ of existing in this type of society for any real length of time. We can play Nice for a while we can shake hands and disagree up to a point but are we just temporarily Parilli kidding ourselves. Will there always be a point of disagreement where human beings are willing to subvert the rational conversation in favor of using force to implement their ideas. Maybe this is just how human beings engage with each other politically. Maybe the last few hundred years has consisted of US having a bunch of mostly pointless conversations punctuated by moments of chaos. Whenever a truly important political issue comes up where human beings have to actually act and force is how they choose to act generations from now? Will people look look back on the way. We're conducting politics today and think of us all as naive look at them believing they can just talk things through clinging to this ideal from the enlightenment that makes you feel feel really good but doesn't ever actually work in practice. Can Human beings only exist for any length of time anymore. Tribal most of the time nationalist political setting so it should be said right off the bat that John Rawls is answer to this question whether we can actually live for any length of time in these. Societies is yes. He is extremely optimistic about the future of Liberal Democratic Society. He does not think that we're all being naive. But despite him ultimately defending liberal democracy as we'll see his willingness to ask the tough questions about the assumptions that were making politically like so many other. Great philosophers questioning assumptions. That will cement his place in history so this becomes comes the first major problem roles as face within his work. He's presented with the long history of failures and Liberal Democratic Society and yet he remains extremely optimistic about Liberal Democratic craddock society. Well the next question any reasonable person has to ask is why has there been such a history of failure if liberal democracy is so great roses answer to this question. Question is that it's largely been a misplace -ment of priorities we claim to be creating societies. That are just ones. That won't lead to outcomes like these extreme tensions between groups but we've never really had a truly substantive conversation about what we really mean when we say that you know we say things like liberty and justice for all but what exactly do we me when we say society should be ensuring justice. This is not just an important question to rawls. This is the question is a very famous quote re says quote justice is the first virtue of Social Institutions as truth is systems of thought and quote means there is in the same way you would judge the legitimacy the of a system of ideas based on how true it is which judge the legitimacy of our social institutions based on how they are now what is roles talking about when he references justice a lesser sense. He certainly talking about things like the criminal justice system or the balancing of the scales within a society but if you wanted to understand the the scope of work the far more crucial version of justice said he's talking about is what he calls distributive justice. The idea is this. We as individuals gathered together other informed groups that we call societies. We do this because it benefits us when we work together in groups were just far more efficient than his mere individuals. And because of this there's a lot of surplus value created. That really only exists. Because we're working together the question becomes. How does the surplus value get allocated? Or how should it be distributed. As in distributive justice another name for the surplus value is what rawls calls primary social goods and these social goods certainly include lewd obvious things like income power and wealth but RAWLS WOULD WANNA point out that our team work as a society produces value in other areas. That are a lot less intuitive and yet these areas still need to be considered in this discussion things like rights liberties opportunities etc.. These things. These primary social social goods are the building blocks. That rawls is going to use to make his case in his nineteen seventy-one work a theory of justice. Kinda right there in the title. He's constructing a theory of how we should distribute these trappings of society in the most. Just manner possible. Rawls thinks that justice can be created by making sure that we have just institutions in other words if the structure of our society is just including our Constitution and laws. Then we will have a just society so a bit of important context next to understand where Rawls is coming from with. All this is that he's doing his work in the modern United States. RAWLS is a statistician. And he's looking at the numbers and he sees a huge disparity already in the United States in terms of income inequality to him. This is a failure of the liberal democratic societies of the past in their silence on the topic of distributive justice. Yes he wants to actually start having this conversation and he wants to begin at one of the most simple questions you could possibly ask about justice. The question is should inequalities polities exist within a just society and chair there are people out there that would say that everybody should have the exact same thing no matter how hard they work or what choices they make. Equality of outcome is often desirable into a person that holds this position but Roz would say no. The fact is these inequalities do exist within societies in fact their existence is inevitable the real interesting philosophical discussion begins when we ask ourselves what type of inequality is just. What makes these inequalities? Just what criteria do we use to determine that rawls is looking at the numbers in the late sixties United States and what he sees as there are actual billionaires there's and multimillionaires simultaneously existing in a society with people who are homeless or an extreme poverty. Again he wants to ask. How just is this society the the same way somebody else might want to ask? How true a particular system of ideas can we say? This is a just society with these two very different outcomes being possible. What's immediately evident when you start thinking about? This question is that there are a lot of different ways you could answer it for example. Somebody more on the libertarian side of things can look at the homeless person next to the billionaire and they might say yes. This is a just state of affairs because these two people have made very different choices to get to where they are in life and ultimately. That's a good I think for society they may say look. It's not the government's job to tell you how to live your life that you need to be making this much money per year or working this many hours worse or else the world is an unjust place. The government's job is to set the rules of the game and enforce them. Your job is learn how to play the game and then figure out how you WanNa play it if someone wants to be a street drifter more power to them if someone wants to sacrifice every second of their life otherwise so they can see one billion dollars in the bank more power to them. We can't can't use income as a direct measurement of equality because the more relevant difference here is in how these two are using their liberty roles. Mine Assis Person. What if the billionaire? Dr Got all their money by going door to door with an army and saying. Give me all your money or I'll kill you until they got a billion dollars. Certainly we wouldn't see that as an example of justice is just because it hinged upon free choice and what roles are want to do. Here's just call for a more nuanced definition of what exactly justifies this inequality member. His biggest concern concerned that he doesn't want to stop short here to rawls. Liberal democracy is the best system can work but for it to work. We need an exhaustive. Answer to this question. And maybe good clarification to start with his say that perhaps an inequality is just as long as it's based on some sort of work or effort that somebody is putting rawls would agree with this. The question now becomes. How do we identify the instances where the inequality is based on effort? And the ones where it's made possible only by some sort of unfair advantage this become a major question in a theory of justice. There's an interesting metaphor for unfair advantages in the modern world. That want to rawls colleagues name Cohen offers and it goes like this save humanity reaches a point where we have a level of technology that we can travel vast distances through space and colonize other planets one day and astronaut lands on one of the earth like like planets plants. A flag in the ground says this one's mind now..
"rawls" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Lance, Dave, I have this was from the I don't think we've talked about this. I think this is a great stat. And it's from the Bengals game notes. The last couple of weeks that I I forgot to bring this up with you. They have fifth. There are fifty seven players on NFL roster entered the NFL as draft picks of the Bengals. Yup. The most of any team in the league by far. I get fifty seven players are playing in the NFL right right now drafted by the Bengals Fifty-seven the next highest total in the league is forty four by Baltimore New England, San Francisco and Seattle. So the Bengals are thirteen players better than any other team in the league it putting draft picks of the league. That's an amazing number to me. It is. And you know, I think that's why people around the league say Cincinnati's one to fifty three is pretty outstanding. That's not counting college free agents. Like we're talking draft picks that's not counting Bontes birthed Vinnie. Ray? I mean, the Liska Alex Berenson, you know, the list goes on and on. So that's pretty strong where that's just talking about. College hoops with the Bengals. Yeah. Are college free with other other? Football teams. There's a there's a young man that script from Michael Johnson played here in Cincinnati Clinton McDonald that's out there with the Oakland Raiders now with Paul Guenther was exposed to have early on his career here before we went out to Seattle. Now, he's with Oakland. And there's there's a there's a bunch of them. So it tells you that Duke Tobin and his group of people as well as the coaches that give involved and everybody has a part in it. Because they want to they want to draft players that fit the Bengals system. They don't wanna just draft players. I mean, if you draft a player that fits I dunno say Seattle system, but doesn't fit yours. What good is it doing you? So the collaboration in the putting the bat on the ball at a high batting average has been phenomenal. But the organization in terms of accumulating personnel. I I asked Margaret about Joe mixon's afternoon and how he seemed to get stronger as the game went on he wound up in the fourth quarter. What six carries for fifty three yards and mad? He I mean, he's always been physical. I love watching that guy run because he he's got moves, but he will lay you out as well. And and he I mean in the second half he was phenomenal in the fourth quarter. I think in the second half year twelve for seventy four after ten for. Nineteen in the first half twelve for seventy four and six for fifty three that thirty one yard long. So the other five you know, what for twenty two that's still over four yards up. And in my mind, it was just had to get the timing back. I thought that he was guilty again a little bit of trying to hit a grand slam jobs. Like, so talent. He's like I'm going to try to make this bigger than it really is in the second half. I saw Joe I'm hammering it. I'm gonna make with my first instinct and to put my foot the ground, and I'm attacking I'm scoring my pads up on the big dude, I'm gonna rock you in the first half was a little too much. I'm going to try to make this three yard gain into a thirty yard gain in boop wasn't working. So I think the more snaps who takes the better timing is going to have this offense line trusting his tracks. And all the things that go along with it. And it didn't take long. I mean, you know, knock the rust in dust off in the first half. And I thought it was a much different runner in the second half. And the one thing that was confident about him. Though was his youth through Zubi youthful Uber for the game. He's passionate about football. And there was another running back. I was watching on the sideline Thomas Rawls was active for the first time. And he's going nuts. Thomas Rawls was Joe mixon on the sideline because Joe is out in the field plan. Thomas Rawls was into it in the second half. He was the he was cheerleading never. He was going nuts. Just love every second of it in when I see guys that are all in like that that are invested even if they're not getting a whole any snaps not even special team snaps such. I'm like I can live with this guy. This guy is here for the right reasons because it's not about him. He's he's celebrating. Everybody else is successes out there. That's a team guy. We you talked about Andy's throw under duress to Joe mixon. I thought he made he had a beauty of a dime. He dropped over the top along the sideline to Tyler boy. And I thought even the play where the snap was loading to drop his eyes. He scoops it up and still gets the screed off to CJ which went for I want to say that may have gone for twenty or twenty-five of that flight that was a heck of a play because he had to completely take his is down to two almost pick up a ball that was rolling at that. Boy. Yeah. CJ was a weapon. I mean CJ average twenty one and a half yards a catch. He had two catches for forty three twenty five yarder in an eighteen yarder. And then he got fifteen yard penalty. But when you got hit in the back of the head defenseless receiver. So, you know, add another fifteen that three plays for fifty eight yards. Not bad. I mean, he helped us football team. You know, quite a bit. Yeah. I think I think Andy once again continues to play at a at a very significant level. I thought nor the first interception. There's no doubt that he tried to force it in there a little bit more than he had. But I thought that AJ got hit more than five yards past the line of scrimmage on his route in office. He was coming across the middle by about a step. And that's all that the safety needed to come down hill, and knock it airborne and Alonzo picks it up but looking at the tape. It was like right at the five yard market. You know, it was like, oh, it was so close. It's like, you know, if you challenge that were spot on a first down there be enough evidence. So I can see why the official didn't throw the flag. But they decided I mean. Make fix Patrick grabbed AJ on a route as he was trying to break out route in HA was incredulous. There was no call. He was start. He's like looking around like a you kidding me. And Marvin went nuts on the sideline Marvin doesn't use react like that in Marvin definitely going after the official call them over AJ talk to him during the change of quarter. AJ taco make us all AJ was talking to make start to politics when they're both done Marvin says he brings him over and gave him his two cents worth. So I think Matt Burke because he saw AJ green. So many years is a couple of years here in Sony practices said our only chances to get our hands on them. We gotta be physical with AJ. We not make his path easy, and they were very handy with them. There's no other way, we had we had Matt Burke here. Yes. Su three years ago at our season ending show. I to believe Kyle Caskey with an hour. Matt Burke for now in mad is like a like a world travel giddy. Go hiking on his own out in the middle of nowhere and was gone for weeks at a time and completely by himself. Absolutely. He's he's a Dartmouth grabbed an Ivy league. And yeah, he likes to travel the world. He'll take you goes on safari. Yeah. You know, he'll climb. Mount Everest still do he'll do whatever in all solo. He makes friends while he's there meets new people, and he likes to go as many different places and meet as many different people as you can't very interesting guy. And he's on a very good road. I mean, he he is in a situation where Adam gave the head coach says I got the offense your Thomas you have the defense. I am not going to bother you at all you make all the decisions all the calls. It's you saw the league knows that the league knows where the head coaches focuses. So the league is watching Matt Burke and see how he does. He may start getting some head coaching. Interviews if he performs well more to deal with the Pittsburgh Steelers running into the Bengals offensive line yesterday as well. Dave lapham, Lance mcalister Bengals line holy grail. Banks.
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"rawls" Discussed on Arms Control Wonk
"What does it mean for international trade houses going to work because the sanctions prior to the nuclear deal again had been negotiated over bay long period of time. On the way the sanctions have been built up as lipping built up the basis that was international agreement and international cooperation. So what we saw in the rip dole was we saw two, two timelines around withdrawal. We saw the and that was different. That was different dates to for wind down page. There was a ninety and one hundred eighty day timeframes, and there were different obligations that companies had to do depending on which timeframe they came into. But you know, if if you was still doing prohibited business after that, then I'm, you would be subject to significant time Shinn's maybe I can just kind of give a sense. Of what is coming back from US treasury in the way of sanctions in the ninety day. One hundred ninety day periods of the ninety day period came up at the end at the beginning of August, pardon me angles, sixth of August, and that covered and reintroduced sanctions on things like Iranian trading, golden precious metals on the purchase or sale of Iranian Rawls on issuance of Iranian sovereign debt. And probably the most significant one in this batch was related to the automotive sector because that is one where you had your some European companies who did engage in the Iranian market. In particularly the automotive sector and an. And you can correct me if I'm wrong in this automative sector is one of these funny ones where it's defined in a particular way in US sanctions legislation, which is that it's mostly about the manufacturer of automotive vehicles in Iran rather than the sale of completed vehicles to Iran from somewhere else. So it's covering manufacturing lines that dime lawyer and others have been setting up in a run in the the post JCP away period. So that's the batch of sanctions that came back on August six from the US. It's seems like the Trump administration is pretty content with what's happened as a result of THAAD with real significant shock to Iranian currency valuation in number of other factors. But we've got more coming down yet in early November in the form of US sanctions on Iranian petroleum related products in particular, and in dealings with individuals or entities on the SDN list, basically the sanctions list. So those are coming back and we'll be quite significant potentially as well. There's also things like insurance and underwriting that's covered in the the next batch. So just that's, that's what we're talking about when we're talking about the treasury sanctions that are returning and and particularly as it relates to the, there's a few sectors there that are key, some of the energy market and automotive. Ters and financial wants might be bigger. Yes. And I think the November the November date is going to buy some real logistical issues because you're going to have a number of European and tease which will then become essentially blacklisted. They'll become designated again in November and that that's, you know, that's banks him in Europe which have rain ownership will control. You have individuals that this whole, there's a whole Brett, you know. So it is going to be. It's going to be very challenging of the European level to to to understand how that will move forwards. Yes. So tell us about the block right. I'm sure that mystifies some people tell us about the background where it came from in the nineteen nineties can what it's designed to sue. The blocking regulation is old dusty piece of legislation. It has been around for two decades. It was developed at a very, very different abor, and it was primarily developed around in response to Cuba. I mean, also covered around in Libya much less away the US actions on yet to US Sunshine's on Cuba. And again, it's because the EU had a different position in that dealings with Cuba then the them the US. So the US boughten sanctions and the EU decided that they did want to see those sanctions in Europe. So what they did was they brought in this blocking regulation, which either legally is a tool is is is very unclear to understand a lot of the definitions today. But it is essentially, it prohibited people from not doing business with Cuba purely on the grounds of US sanctions. So, but but I think was really important to to understand is that whilst that was a clip policy difference between the EU and the US on Cuba there was mutual respect for each other's..
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"Yellowhammer news i'm jay holland the first named tropical storm system of two thousand eighteen and the hurricane season begins june first has been formed the national hurricane center said friday that a disturbance moving toward the gulf of mexico is now sub tropical storm alberto the storm is expected to bring heavy rain to the yucatan peninsula western cuba florida and the northeastern gulf coast throughout the weekend alabama sending a national guard helicopter and guardsmen to help patrol the mexican border at the request of president donald trump's administration governor kay ivey office announced today that the helicopter and five guard members will support the texas national guard in partnership with the us customs and border protection agency a drummer who contributed to the legendary muscle shoals sound has has died the times daily reports that 67yearold roger clark died thursday at his home guitarist travis womack said clark worked at fame recording studios and wishbone recording studios in the nineteen seventies and eighties he played on albums by lou rawls paul anka tom jones and others he played drums on hank williams junior's breakthrough nineteen seventy nine album family tradition harvey weinstein was in court this morning and is now facing serious sexual assault charges here's former nypd chief of detectives robin boys who was involved in the investigation we were saying this for about seven months this complaint a lot of work went into it by the detectives there was an enormous amount of people have spoken to we went around the world actually finding these folks in getting their statements brought to you by attorney alexander shinohara a man for the people for more alabama stories goto yellowhammer news dot com i'm i'm jay have you ever made the wrong higher for your organization do you have.
"rawls" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show
"And everything metabolize a little bit differently from vitamin standpoint inside the body so again kind of going back to the takoff rawls like there's a bunch of different kinds of variations vitamin e there's about eight different ones or something so you recommend for people to get one that's got the mixed to cough rawls and as you know important yes in the one that you are going to get over the counter both of them if you are picking a kind of organic synthetic option will have a known synthetic option or non preserve will have the proper of vitamin e that you need and it's well as vitamin d that you need most of the nutraceutical makers of the world are cognizant and knowing what's ones are the ones that work best right so what else do you would you recommend for hypothetical patient so our hypothetical patient i always tell everybody and i think that i think have gotten a bad name for itself you know because they've had some funny commercials about it but i think is a great one on we were talking about you know everybody just getting sick before last week in regards to letting the cold and the flu and you know using antivirals zinc i think is a great option 'cause it actually does have some data that shows that it has different types of anti replication effects on bias and i think just taking things during the height even that we might be surrounded by those who are coughing and sneezing is option and i tell everybody prone zinc half of your year is always something that i do and i really noticed that i do get less sick and when i do get sick the duration of my fitness doesn't seem to be as long so i tell everybody to throw zinc in there for about six months out of the year two.
"rawls" Discussed on Overdue
"Uh and maybe like this is dry ways from the yet fateh kily not the book for you were an old maybe you decide way from the end of this discussion when might when i talk about exactly what goes down because it was pretty shocking to me having read this book for the first time um but there are other books that i think other people like think of so there's like sounder i don't know the dog dis and sounder but i remember sounder there's all the ehlers unit i've never heard of that shilo there's the art of racing in the rangers apparently a sad dog book marley and me of course i'll sure sure my dogs skip there's that movie that just came out called a dog's purpose which is based off of a book that's like that a dog every is harnett added to make you really attached to and i that's this is the it's just a universal thing humans have had pets forever and ever ever and we are sad when we lose them because we project our human this onto them entity to be did not serious but a little more serious it pets pets have a much shorter lifespan than humans and so if you are a pet lover one your guy experienced this former death ceo hives drew unless you love parrots because parrots live wires forever live forever um and often i think a key like i know my first big experience with death as a kid was pet death gene i then and that depends on a lot of factors but i think that is a lot of kids like first real emotional reckoning with a thing that existed and that you loves then stops existing yeah and what do you do about that and what raced you learn from them uh let's talk about was and rawls and then we'll get back to this book and all the pet death when often dead dogs.
"rawls" Discussed on Overdue
"This is a head gum podcast while andrew and craig believed the joy of discovery is crucial to enjoying any well told tale they will not shy away from spoiling specific story beats when necessary plus these are books you should have read by now all sucked welcomed at dogs great that sounds perfect for the beginning of the holiday season let's talk about the dogs jingle bells your dog is dead then in hand and i mean that's is now what happens in that holiday episode of the simpson's no they get a the opposite of regard tightened the opposite of a dog during his guy are working to overdo the park asked about the books that you've been meaning to read my name is craig my name is andrew and each week we talk about a book usually one of us has read it for the show and there are a talk to the other person who may or may not have read the book in question this week the book in question is where the redfern grows by wilson rawls rawls and if you've ever heard about this book or if you've read it you know it's sad and is an all of this dogs we want say what happens to the dogs that makes the bug sad i think working i had to say what happens to the dogs that makes the books while the joke all says though he already oh sure yeah with as thing.
"rawls" Discussed on PURE ROCK RADIO Originals
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"rawls" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seahawks single back is topless rawls and wilson turns have not going to get this thing off well they let it goes at zero the answer off try to turn the corner is walls and i don't think he got it on a rightsided stopped short great effort sea hawks were confused in a snap that wall whitest the clock went zero and they come up bentley its fourth down and the punting comes hot you take the time out there john no i don't clincial after sank because videotape general ongoing benson yeah yeah six garbage dismissed there's hope to gauge juice so john ryan will punted away as we are under eight minutes to go in the fourth quarter and the answer all standing at his own fifteen is gonna let this one pounds inside the tent the clashes at the five it all shan it is a handsoff such back so touch back and a redskins wild little breathing room time out on the field 745 to go in the fourth hit remains the redskins ted the seahawks eight you're listening to the national football league for many businesses firing is tough which makes a critical to choose the right place to post your job you need quote with five candidates finished it on budget and you don't want to sign a longterm contractor p upfront fees that's why you need indeedcom the world's number one job site independent research shows indeed delivers six times more hires than any other job sucked you can post a job.
"rawls" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"The protest it's been hard rawls really harvard dorothy and i children because he meant so much to us trooper burke bates had formerly served all the governor's security detail denied in court oh former hollywood director trying to avoid jail time four years ago sexual assault roman polanski fled the us nearly forty years ago after pleading guilty to unlawful sex with then thirteenyearold samantha diner polanski's attorneys been arguing plans you should just be sentenced the tunnel vision serbs he did serve a few weeks time in the late seventies but his attorney said he fled when the judge in that case reneged on a deal and plan to sentence into several years gama testified this summer asking the judge to drop the case now even if plants he doesn't returned to la thank plans he's done enough in a lincoln case negatively impacts her life friday the judge said no and said the fact that this case still impacts climber is proof that the assault still has effects on her and the polanski must return for sentencing jessica rosenthal fox news and i'm jack hell ahead fox news radio news radio 610 weather showers at a brief downpour this evening winding down overnight because of the higher humidity and place lows will only be in the '60s overnight and that's where will start our saturday with early clouds giving way to some sunshine humidity still in place with highs in the low in mid '80s in the afternoon with a small chance of a late day hey thunder shower mostly sunny skies to drive for sunday with a little bit lower humidity highs will be in the mid '80s it looks like will be in the mid '80s monday partial solar eclipse monday afternoon from for watch nine.
"rawls" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards
"Critique of feminist critique of john rawls that i have a lot of sympathy with as well that year ignoring the actual experience of people who moved see the world this way and you can't ignore that i think the criticism sort of said suggest that there aren't many people that want to be a different race or who really do identify as a different race and that's important piece of if that's true and i don't know if it's true but if it is true that's an important piece of information and maybe and i this is the part where i think the criticism gets shaky to sort of blythe the lee compare the two trivializes some of the experiences which is undoubtedly a really difficult thing to be born one gender and just feel like the other gender in society being what it is that's that's undoubtedly a really difficult thing to have to go through and you could see that if somebody seemed like they were using that as a springboard to some sort of abstract argument that that might um that that might piss you off and you would at least want those kinds of experiences to be taken into account so i think that is sort of an offspring of the critical theory the and some of the continental views were really is about subject it takes subjective experience into account a lot more than analytic philosophers are are comfortable with doing and i actually think that philosophy across the board needs to do a lot more of that and be more suspicious or skeptical of abstract theor rising however the where it goes wrong his when it goes from please take our experiences into account to.
"rawls" Discussed on Marketing School
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"rawls" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Of the needing out for years but it's i guess if you get a bad bettcher meet larger got a problem well that's the thing you want to make sure that the me came from quality sort of so if if the if you want to make sure that what to play that i had a ball dive which you know to raise before all of it lines but i love rawls me personally i did a lot easier to digest of beef that i do to digest but these are you talking about stakes are cars exactly the you know that so the fun show of this should that of course of each is basically ball finish of there's a lot off of that but there's of the of cultures a little across the world but that the club me but again you know i would not i wouldn't want to eat me cup according to multiple proved supply under any tickets to have that effect but certainly not were off but you know good quality meet up if that i've what i've cooking like made i've very rarely unit that could like definitely helped out of the deal were not of media valera later you get i love it i really do i liked off me so there are a lot of health benefits of it i to get it to that you still but i have a lot of they have lived with that gives the though but a beast of one of the living i mean we've we do i like well i felt so yeah i've nose very had regular but can to get seminole on the floor on the i i get them from my own kick and they're by only block somebody don't be i go to those first of effect good through their way to a lot of green and they're cleans as clean as a chicken can be success this week to be that you don't worry about seven ellos much you know you worry about that but i don't know what the thing is a bit of raised enough back three of its players did with all these overburden it was like stick in the so aren't clean or whatever right let's go to michael and chesterfield missouri hi michel welcome to the program oh georgia alum are very i want to say.
"rawls" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"With him on the hello that is this rawls will the what supposed level you we got three give it i don't see the data from the ground up after that i would think strangely with twenty kimmel their only a lot more because everyone going that was the do not go i'm mike piazza he days the lead by our guy you know you can play now my right i've been a hello they're that thing i never deadly the admitted my goodness i read it but i'm glad you stopped solomon am i am world being nearly like a says when and listen more live this story is those okay this massive visiting cousin as long or you don't you know no it's a different cousin was you find out that should cousin you got to stop you gotta burned on the caught and if you really like because you need to put them painful on a don't as don't tell policy meaning don't asked nobody is the guy that and don't tell nobody think they'll cousins right well big everybody's goal in in in being so this that mean purple but if you already know that to kevin how could you know at some medically this could go coughing i heart radio are you ready well one occasion down yeah go from your now i mean he's with radio musical it's a nominee for triple a thought of the year and you know i mean brings montana him i always know they did not me you're a good stroller tonight do you take the trends right then brady is it just me is this they'll so i shouldn't have been.
"rawls" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Affected people read the rawls there were some low schools without really that many especially a lifted so you read low informally to be able of when they hang out the single of the year calvin is maintaining a correspondence with his dad the same way alive as an with a lot i should just calvin evidenced that depression that eyeing sided that is that his father to us well over code depression be season anxious man he's clues very much deferred for for the wiser who ended up having the kind of us detached when it he about what he had done i think calvin was the man on the make a man on the in the he was when you trying to find opportunity and especially with the opportunities are not happening very lifted the fact utley early on the certainly work for him you can easily get and the and i think he's he evidence that he was with and he was was tied to make it in the world of that meant socially figure out these people out with to the hates differently grab here people tried it may he met this young fifty through all in there with of the academy were in the speaking yeah not unlike what happened with you know i shouldn't really right i think the thing and that's bart which was placed in part of her thinking kind of but turn only toward the it really old avoid too seem to be so caught up to him and try to make it it being serious about everything and he could not really kind of enjoy the moment but boy he was trying to both the moment but what every good he he he chooses to join a debating suicide in our banner it corresponds a deal but there's an episode here that's very strange down this is between when he decides he's going to marry although he's greatly anxious about it and he does marry may first eighteen twenty one but there's an episode in here where.