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"shaun harper" Discussed on The Authority Project

The Authority Project

06:40 min | 5 months ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on The Authority Project

"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one <hes>. Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio <hes>. Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity <hes>. By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I <hes>. Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited <hes>. So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first <hes>. Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all <hes>. Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to <hes>. For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking <hes> born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. <hes> I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad <hes>. End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom <unk>. Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman <hes>. Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues <hes>. Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry <hes> in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here <hes>. From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay <hes>. There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.

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Playing to Win With Shawn Harper

The Authority Project

06:40 min | 5 months ago

Playing to Win With Shawn Harper

"We are back on the virtual state of the Authority projects. You are the project and we WANNA slept with thirty two your name so you can sell what you're great at in. We have a treat for you today and his name is Sean Hopper. He is a former. Nfl Player. I loved the failed love football all day every day. Like I said we can probably talk about that for an hour. But we're not here for that. We're here to to make sure that you finish off strong in twenty twenty but before we dive in. Please tell US Shawn first of all who you are personally and professionally personally. Shaun Harper personally a warrior. I'm a child of God. I don't hide that. I think that often is huge. And so what? I'll just you know go there you know speaking with. Your Voice of WHO? You are mentally spiritually socially is is is extremely important if you WANNA win in two thousand twenty and end in two thousand twenty one Born raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio Had had had a very interesting childhood. But I've learned how to rebrand my adversity By looking for opportunities in looking at it from a perspective of gratitude professionally like you mentioned plate seven years professional football with the rams with the colts retired. And now I Not only run. I have my own firm for almost twenty years. I teach people how to win. That's me I love it awesome. I am so excited So tell us right now before we go further in. Tell us what project. You're currently working on right now. We know what right yes short. I just finished my first Coaching course it's it's it's actually finished. It's so new that I'm not even gonNA advertise today. A Shaun Harper wins. Probably some time next week. It'll be up but I am so excited about that in house actually challenged because you know I cut my teeth on speaking so I travel in speak all over the world and people have been challenging me like you know what this great. You're able to speak great. You have a platform but you know what when you leave. You're gone you know where the books so I hadn't heard him get books like where's your courses and so I had my first course finishing s what. I'm working on right now. Okay great okay. So let's let's get into it. Let's get into it. Tell us where do you begin? Tell us your journey like what took it to this place where you're in the space of being on stage. You're doing courses now. You're you're writing books to inspire others the that all Derived FROM OKAY. So in order for you to For me to really explain that I have to give a little back story of my personal life of my upbringing. In a kind of forced a shift in my perspective ideology and my thinking born born and raised in the south side of Columbus Ohio. And most people think you know if you play professional football your business owner you must have had great opportunities growing up silver spoon in the mouth and you know nothing. Nothing I promise you. Nothing could be further than the truth. I struggle started early a as a a product of a single home environment. Mom was mom and Dad End in Butler made whatever you have as what she wasn't. She raised six of us all by herself. Amazing six kids. One house bathroom Mom did that. She's she's a remarkable woman Educationally I really suffered a had to repeat the first grade document with four to five learning disabilities by ten miles in the fifth grade. I was kicked out of two schools for disciplinary issues Left Highschool with the one point. Six two accumulative Jeff. Nine Alesi T. A. in fact I didn't even start in a well. I barely started in high school football. I wasn't honorable. Mention all conference all city allstate or intergalactic. None of that in fact I would. I would sit at the banquets now. The other way in the back eating at nasty court on blue and guys are getting into audience. Awards and I was just so upset. I wouldn't I wouldn't tell no one but I was extremely depressed. Angry in in fact. I was voted most likely to fail in. Know right here From graduating last in my class in academics I get a phone call from junior college two year school in Iowa. And you're like Sean. We want you to come to Mason City Iowa. Junior college to play football coach. Believes you have this thing called potential. You know what a that and a I go to the Cornfield. The cornfields of Mason City Iowa in the first year at the junior college. I sat the bench the entire season. Not One play and I remember calling my mom like mom I quit. You know I give up. I'm done know know I'm I'm expecting Montlake. Baby you try come on home the opposite boy state you. You Ain't coming home like what are you coming home to get violent. Just just things in home. No don't get stale way and sometimes that shift is good for kids and so going into the second year. I had a conversation with myself and the conversation was more on the lines of you're right or they're right. You don't have the education. You don't have the accusation. You horwood football you suck right now. Okay There's no way you can be successful right but you can win. You can win and the moment I made that paradigm that shift in my mind you can win. I begin to look at life differently. A beginning look at life as a challenge to begin to look at opportunities that I've never seen like I begin to macgyver. Life right and I went from sitting on a bench with the winning mindset that I was able to adapt if you want to expand on that to being you know junior college hall of Fame All Region Full Scholarship Indiana University draft any. Nfl Pick in fourth run to taking the same concept of winning and bringing bringing it to corporate America.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

07:08 min | 1 year ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"I worried about that because I can train. I can develop. I can grow into but I'm looking at the spirit of the person the intent of the person so if I can have you in my community in we can not about no big is little. Use that type of thing. Because I am going to be even though I'm the mouthpiece I am going to be the most humble in the biggest servant of us all. Yes right so I think it's is there. I put it out there that Lord. This is what I need. This is what I put out there. Boom I got revelation boom to help me get to this level. This is what I need. They begin to come. I begin to putting clients so I just I giant I did I the judge Judd fruit of the room a little bit. Yeah Yeah you look what I what I what I love about. It is the word allows you to do that right. So it says that the word is quick and powerful sharper than any to a sewer cutting asunder. What the Soul in the spirit. The bone in the mirror. Here it is. It is a designer of the hearts of men and so with the Holy Spirit within you. The word within you all you have to do and there are somebody listening will be like Yo especially of you from Any type of urban area like deserve. -Ment is something that you you know you can tell when some an environment is not right. You can tell when you meet someone in those bail. Start to go up and your spirit. Like uh not is person something. I can't see it with my natural I but I can tell something. Seems a little off like trust that. Go with that whether they call it instinct whether they call it desert like those are the healthy building blocks when looking at your team. I want to extract with for someone. Is You said that you have the ability to build capacity as long as the person's spirits right you can teach and train you can develop. It helped him go into and I think that that's huge especially when people are starting all you want people to come ready may win the team that God is sending you you may have to disciple absolutely sob metro That's huge from the standpoint that you need to be able to like as a leader right you need to be able to discern and be aware of who you have in your circle right up. I'm also willing to collaborate from the barter right. You mean you mean I can give you this and you can get that right so I don't. I don't everybody that having my circle. Everybody doesn't get paid. But what may happen? Is that in turn? I GIVE THEM CONNECTIONS. So now they get business over here right right they can use me as a mouthpiece but now it brings you more dollars resources. Because you're helping me blow up right so so is that collaboration. Everybody is different on how you build it. So what mine man. I know what I needed my circle out new people who have a high level of miltie who has a mind for teamwork somebody who I don't have to micromanage because I'm not going to micromanage you. You need to be self motivated right right. You don't have to be perfect. You just have to be willing. That's good you don't have to be perfect. You just need to be willing willing to learn willing to grow because I'm going to be I'm open for you know for change. I'm open to pivot. You know someone you building a team man. You got to create an environment that is conducive to that growth environment. Right and then one of the things that I had to get. That was hard. I wasn't very structured. Wasn't very organized right this whole so. I had to bring in somebody who was organized to take care of the things that I was dropping right. So my thing is you know. Even from my speaking I had to hire a booking agent. Why not because I need her to get me some more gigs? Which she does but the biggest thing is I kept telling myself short why because I was making decisions based off how I feel in me just having the super super soft heart but it wasn't paying bills right with sales right so I had to bring somebody in who was gifted in skilled in that area for them to do it and we did it on a barter system. For when you get this and get this you'll get this percentage you'll get that percentage you were wail for us so is important to know what you need surrounding you in any business. You need to know what you're blind spots are what is your. Blah's what are you not sweet at? What do you not gifted at? What are you not good at? And what happens is mainly is that we have to earn a right to hire somebody. You earn a right. That's right to hire somebody right so the things in the beginning. You may have to do it. You may have to do all your work if you don't want to do it. You earn the right to hire somebody to do it so that we have to worry about it. Listen man you know the time flies by especially when we drop bombs like this. Yes I everybody to go out of my brother. John's book from average two elite. He signed for me. I got the personal signed copy. I hit him on on facebook. Was like Bro. Listen I need to sign? Copy he send it to me and said look. Don't be averaged be elite. Let's go so listen it and people know. Where can they get in touch with you? Dropped his social yeah. Where were you at Rome yet? A more every single platform man is under my name Sean. Hartman S. H. O. N. A. R. T. I'm on twitter. I'm not hold on one of their westbound. Most of my time in on facebook is some instagram but all of it is Shaun Harper S. H. A. Win Har- H. E. R. T. S. SMOKE WEBSITE TO S. H. O. N. H. A. RT DOT COM. Shenhar Youtube all of them. I just kept it simple. Oh absolutely man will listen. I thank God that you came on Bro. Much continuous incessant prosperity we're GONNA continue to dominate our lane average two elite. We're going to be aware of our SAIMA. And then we're GONNA take actions on our goals and dreams when building our team. We're going to consider the heart earth and then we'll build the skill so as we transition from this. I always tell my listeners. Your future is not behind you. It is not before you it is within you. And I'm Andrea Ibra with my brother Shaun Hart learning to dominate. Our Lane. Thinks he's God bless..

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"shaun harper" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

09:15 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Scary stuff because your kids are paying attention to it. In fact, I've got a piece here. Let's see it's. Whereas it I just lost. Oh soak. The rich Americans say go for it. What what was soak the rich? Yes. This is what happens in a socialist revolution. You're told to certain people are living high on a hog up there on the hill with that big fence around the house. They don't deserve that don't deserve that. We're going to get that from the take that from them. What are you gonna do with them? Well, we're we're gonna we're gonna take it. And we're going to we're going to spread it around. We're going to help other people with it. We're going to hell, yeah. Yeah. That's it. We're going to help people. You know, it's it's very frustrating to me to be older and be really smart. I mean, really fricken smart and see what's going on out there with people who are a lot younger and really stupid rhyming, really fricking stupid. It's very frustrating. So does university of Virginia. As fact Dirk I think there's a promo there. I think I just I think. I think it would tie into something there. Anyway, this nursing thing whether they're saying in nursing school, they have to drill down deep, and they're gonna train faculty and staff how to stop graduating racists. So apparently, if you're really good at being a nurse. You might not graduate because somebody might deem you to be a racist. You might not be a racist. You might think you might be able to say that you're not a racist. But if they think you are you ain't going to go on a nurse, universities news service highlighted the program which finished its first series of school last month. I wonder how many people got run out of town on a rail. Most of the attendees of the program were nursing faculty nursing school sent twenty two faculty administrators. I guess out into the world. In addition to these diversity deans. Oh, diversity deans from other departments participated in the training, including those with the Frank Batten school of leadership public policy crew school of educate. Well, there's a bunch of schools listed her. Here's one says the women's center that tells you need to know the institutional equity initiative is led by somebody named Shaun. Harper executive director of of the ri-. What does that mean? Ari something an equity center now. The reason this is important is because this is has is creeping into schools everywhere, not just nursing school where everything has to be run by the big deal is that called diversity equity and inclusion and if you are not let's say politically correct on those lines you ain't going nowhere. And you make it asked to leave your job or not go to school in the first place. And this is this is turning into a brave new world meets nine hundred ninety four. We've talked about that many times on the show you need to do something about this you need to speak out against it. Even if you're the only one speaking out against it. We drive a stake through the heart of this stuff. Our society is about to get very ugly where certain people will be let's say culturally. Genocide it. I mean, you might not be putting a camp and killed yet. But you will be completely ostracized already happening right now. So coordinator university of Virginia was brought to grounds in part through a network a work through the work of Susan cools associate dean of diversity in an infusion. Oh. I said fusion inclusion. Yeah. Yeah. For the school of nursing. So the school nursing has a dean of diversity and inclusion again, let the sink in. This is not normal even though in many circles. Oh, this is totally know there are people right now that have gotten into the working world that are so young. They think this is always been since they've been out those of us old enough to know that this is smoke and mirrors and the real racism. We're sort of held captive by it held hostage by this. The chiefs of police in both Charlottesville on someplace called Albemarle county. We're also among the group will of course, because they had instances where they were called racist. Because it's something happening their time with antiquing black lives matter. Remember, remember Charlottesville in particular? They're still vilifying Trump on that. They're they're they're making a case Donald Trump gave more equivalents to both sides of that dust that dust up. Of course, was the communist revolution in the form of antifa. And some guys that were marching around with the I don't know what they were mosquito that mosquito flaming Tiki torches, whatever they are. And they were trying to make it out to be. This was some kind of a clan March or something which it wasn't at all. But one thing led to another the sides got into a dust up. Somebody ran somebody over the car on purpose at person, by the way that was a one off. Wasn't indicative of anything going on with either group there. Well, I'm well other than there are a lot of hate on the black lives matter meets antiques side. But so now Charlottesville is a thing. It's a thing. And this is pretty scary stuff. Because this is what they used to go forward. All of it all of it. The the, Freddie gray. What's his name? There got his name right now. Freddie, gray the gentle giant Michael berry. That thing that whole thing Trayvon there are now a thing there are thing which has led us into everything is looked at through race. And this is because Obama as a thing now, President Trump just said something interesting. I heard the news. It was. That was that. He's looking at this. What's this investigation into him as presidential? It was kind of bullying and this needs to come to an end yet. Nobody will make it come to an end right now. They're subpoenaing. Trump's new attorney general be to come in. And he saying he's not going. Let's say drop the subpoena. They're asking him. They're saying he's needs to guarantee that he will recuse himself like sessions, did no he needs to investigate. What the hell's going on? That's his job that was sessions job, by the way. We are crazy time when everybody thinks. Everything's normal. That's far from normal. It's kind of scary Todd. You're on the edge. Everybody thinks appreciate that. But you know, it's saying let's say you have to get with it. They. Right. Anyway, hey, just wanted to get in on the conversation regarding diversity inclusion with you the largest local city fire department that you've got near you. I have it on good word that there's not enough diversity and inclusion there's too many white. You're talking about the fire department. I heard good word is largest city fire department near you. Okay. Doesn't have enough diversity inclusion. Who's who? What do they mean? They don't have enough white people. How many white people too many ways, they know that I was being facetious. Well, that's got to be the People's Republic. Good word. It's possibly that firmer deny. But we know. Why who's proposing? What are they gonna then fire some way people so they can hire some black people? They're going to expand the department. So they have fifty fifty percent each. What are they going to do in the past? When it came to this idea of diversity inclusion before the word became popular in our current realm. There were diversity out put it. The federal government. Program where they hire more minorities over or people qualified. So anyway, the idea being that. I was told recently that if we can hire more people like XYZ black guy, if he could bring more of his buddies in and they'd be great. But I told them, unfortunately, where he came from his buddies are rednecks. From the back country. So you ain't gonna get that thing is is I told the individual. I gave me some inside info. People aren't applying. Have any qualifications? So that was what I was gonna as my next question. Or are they finding people who are already firefighters and qualified or is it there's just going to grab people and then train them on the job just because they're black. Well. Some people that are that have been applying. That are qualified have been previous. In whichever well-made they come from a volunteer panic, call whatever or full-time that there's not enough diversity. They have to do something about it. And I told him that. Does.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'll northwestern has gone roughly five minutes without scoring Benson comes in for pardon. What's that Joe? What a lot of pushing narrow both sides. So one one opportunity for Nance. Front into the one and one is up and good. He's now three of eight from the line this season. Well, the reason they put Harper into the game and took quarter out because turn was isolating. Quarter on the wing and you can drive buying so Harper better defensively. Second free throw is good too for to for Nance. And it's a three point northwestern lead thirty nine thirty six McConnell, Shaun Harper Johnson and kiss on the floor for Rutgers McConnell in the frontcourt. Iraq, logo quarter court Parsi take it now. Top of the key turns and spins on gains games, right on them. And then an arid pass is stolen taken away by cop who will take it to the basket what the follow don't buy games. So four in a row for northwestern at with a forty and it's forty one thirty six Wildcats twelve twenty six to go on a second. Only the second field goal of a half. Northwestern. Here's McConnell is gonna step on the baseline. Three turns it over GO Baker was set to come in. And he will replace McConnell that's an unforced error by Rutgers. And now says Mathis replaces Peter kiss. Time and score. This is where Rutgers struggled the last on the road games. Jerry about this time. Maybe a few more minutes specifically with the Minnesota game. There was a six point game. So. Cop with the ball, the right side beyond the arc guarded by chop. Dr Benson swing. It left for gains Baker on hand. Now Fernandez topic. He runs to the right handed off to law law to the left pickup finance right side. Download beds turned on Johnson. Does soak it's inside and draws contact and a foul. Third Fallon miles Johnson.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"It's interesting that you know. Colleges tend to look at those sports differently. But the other point about the differences is that there are two types of sports on a college campus, they're generating revenue generating sports, basketball, and football, and their expenditure sports, which is everything else and those two revenue generating sports pay for the existence of those other sports and those revenue generating sports are predominated by black males, Shaun Harper. Who's now at USC did a brilliant study that which he updates from time to time when he was at UPN, which pointed out just underscored for everyone that less than three percent of all graduates on major college campuses are black males yet they make up fifty and sixty percent of those two revenue generating sports, which means back Ladimir point that the primary reason that they're on a college campus in the first place is not to be educated, but to generate revenues via athletics for those unit. You know, we've just got less than a minute to go here. And I know we've focused on the NCW and this last half of the conversation because obviously it's a huge issue. But but Kevin we started by talking about, you know, the NBA WNBA, we should've mentioned the NFL as well. I mean, these are huge or powerful rich organizations. I mean, don't you think that we're gonna see pushback from the organizations as well. Oh, there's there's no question ever since the eight mid eighteen eighties. When John Montgomery ward. As a baseball player tried to organize his his brethren to fight against ownership in management for for better treatment, we've been dealing with this and the WNBA is a players associates is going to be in a fight. We're going to have the NFL agreement expires soon. They're going to be in a fife everyone's going to be pushing back because this is a fight over dollars. Well, Kevin Blackstone ESPN panelists and professor of sports journalism at the university of Maryland also writes for the Washington Post as well. Thank you so much for joining. Us today. Kevin. Thank you Meghna and Robert Keough writer in residence and program curator at upper house. A Christian study center at the university of Wisconsin. He's also editor of the literary magazine the point former division three soccer player at Wheaton college in Illinois, as well rubber Keough, very grateful that you could join us today. Thank you. So very much. Thank you for having me. Great to be with you. I'm making to talk. This is on point..

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"shaun harper" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

07:21 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Around the world in this media. Bashing Melia, I hasten to add that my criticism particular media coverage does not detract one whit for my conviction that the media are the opposite of the enemy of the people to quote, our constitutions opening words the media constitute an essential ally. We the people the opening words are we the people I added that? The media constitute our essential ally crucial pillars of our democratic Republican. And also both liberty and equality now to be sure just as the media has a crucial responsibility to scrutinize and criticize all public officials as do we the people? We also have a right and a responsibility to scrutinize in criticize how media choose to exercise their great power and their freedom. So I am in particular instances. So I am now exercising my free speech rights to critically comment on one particular way in which the media, I think too often have chosen to exercise their free speech rights in discussing campus, free speech, in my view too many media account. Counts have unduly exaggerated her and students allegedly negative attitudes on the crucial issues of both race and free speech on their campuses in here. I echo Heather McDonald's point when she talked about the responsibility to refute the victimhood ideology, so I'd like to incur site, some encouraging evidence that students attitudes are actually much more positive. And that means that fortunately that the situation of race relations on their Kansas are also much more positive than we often get the impression, for example in a two thousand sixteen Gallup night survey nearly three fourths of students describe the racial climate on their campus as excellent or good and especially note worthy. These. Positive attitudes were shared by large majorities of minority students so again the racial climate on their campus. Excellent or good that was agreed to by seventy five percent of Latino students seventy percent of Asian students and sixty two percent of black students. Encouraging results were also reported by BuzzFeed news last September in what it called the first comprehensive survey of hate speech at higher education institutions since the two thousand sixteen election to be sure that survey confirmed one hundred fifty four hate speech incidents at one hundred twenty campuses around the country. I do after note that even one such incident would be one too many. But we do have somewhere between around at least five thousand canvases. So it could be a lot worse in any event. Buzzfeed. Concluded that colleges typically responded to these bias incidents quickly and to the satisfaction of their students. In nearly every case university presidents sent off mass emails condemning the hate speech, most encouragingly minority students are increasingly raising their voices and being taken seriously that development has been hailed by Shaun Harper who was director of the university of southern California's race and equity center, he describes it as an UN muting of black collegians in contrast, hate speech, laws and other comparable countries. Too often mute members of minority groups and their advocates. That's a major reason why so many human rights advocates and other countries are urging abandoning. A censorship of hate speech and moving in the direction of the United States, for example, the UN committee on the elimination of racial discrimination recently complained that hate speech laws have been used to the detriment of minority groups and threatened to curtail expressions of protest at injustice, social discontent or opposition. So in short hate speech laws are the worst of both worlds. They do stifle opponents of discrimination. But they do not stifle discrimination on that ladder point. I'd like to quote, French human rights lawyer on. Yes Calamar who is director of the global freedom of its freshman program at Columbia University. She noted that European countries with strict hate speech laws recently have been ravaged by intolerance, and increasing. Inequality as well as rising levels of violence and hate in conclusion having gone beyond. The theoretical justifications that are asserted for censoring hate speech to examine how such censorship actually operates. I am more convinced than ever of the harms that censorship causes. Likewise. I'm more convinced than ever of the benefits that will continue to flow from are increasingly vigorous counter speech, including from the department of Justice, and from other nonsense Oriel countermeasures, I note these positive steps not suggests that we should rest on our laurels. But rather for exactly the opposite reason to Rev up our resolve to continue fighting for all of the important goals. Liberty folly democracy, individual well-being, and societal harmony the progress we have made on these essential oils has flowed from speech, not from censorship. So we should feel encouraged to stay the course working together despite disagreements on other issues. I think all I know all of us here are bound in this common. Cause we must all continue to exercise. What is the most sensual right of all for protecting all of these vital causes? And that is our right. Not to remain silent. Thank you very much. ACL view, president Nadine Strossen.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Hey, we're going to deal all week long with pressure looks. We're gonna we're gonna count numbers were to get these zone pressures block, and they've had unbelievable success here in the first few snap and alipay in the far left side hit the five and out of bounds there. It'll be first and goal. They Mark them down around the two yard line. That was the market get the first down Shaun Harper. The senior from Hartwell Georgia in on the stop number two. And they're gonna Markham just shy Markham at the threes. So that's a gain of nine. It'll be second down one USC opening drive for supporter annuals going with some control tempo here making sure his team set up in the red zone. Alipay I in the pistol formation running back takes the handoff cuts. It off right at the two the one touchdown. How easy was that? For USC. They stuck it down the Cougars throats in just five blames all on the ground. Touchdown USC. This has to be really worrisome for Mike Lee, the head coach of the Cougars. That was that was a hot knife through butter and Bill. This is an undersized defensive front for Washington state. We talked about the movement and the quickness say like to utilize, but it looks early here. If if the Trojans can continue to get jersey on jersey, it's gonna be a really long night for Washington state and Michael Brown making his debut is the kicker for USCB extra point is up and good a week ago. Chase McGrath after a field goal ended up tearing his ACL. So Brown is out there the redshirt sophomore. And that's that brought to you by AllState AllState knows the football season. Mayhem. That's why they're reminding fans at mayhem can shop on game day. Imagine what can happen the rest of the week. So get better protected with AllState. We have a time out on.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"These guys monster snug thirty, mile, an hour in sixty water in November What what what what planet are you from Yeah right exactly that's the. Way. It works, sometimes we're badly mother nature. Amen I mean there's nothing you can do you can only. Get what's there and thirty mile. An hour winds are reluctant to, catch. Anything let's go to Don? In? Sarasota? Don? How are you this morning Hey how are you I'm good, buddy. What you got for me I've heard, hey, guys is big? Dangerous a lot. Of people don't get hurt It's, a, bad thing but you. Know what else amazing sound I heard Oh People see hit the. Fool Amen Before started, going we'll have some years. Ago, well it's a farming in. Atlanta That was a slow diver Increase Sex it bit. Harder don't look to those Can play. 'cause they were diseases And with everybody. Else down that's begins The smartest loose intelligent caring compassionate People Oh communists I love. My love Dodwell. Done, brother Hey Politically, now Fisher phone. Matty Major something, that'll probably Don. Greg call brother we appreciate you My. Head will completely Popoff Dave Pomiliu fat become bandage exactly. Exactly. Let's get are. Safe, boating tip of. The week here? Quick, a good. Friend cab Jim, Fogler. Jimmy how are you hey good morning, good morning morning. Dave good morning I. Wanna talk about die flags and how important it is we most voters, know that you must carry a red and white die flag on the. Highest point of your boat dive has got to be at least twenty. By twenty four when you've, got divers in the water. And. For. You divers and snorkellers you've gotta stay within a hundred. To. Three hundred feet, around, that boat and. You also should? Carry, a floating. Flag and a, whistle. With you There's a Tennessee. For for snorklers to get behind the boat they're cruising along picking up scallops are looking. For bugs and they drift behind the boat and out of the conference of. The die flag you gotta try to stay in front the smart people and stay in front of. The boat and that way when they get tired and they're ready to, go back to the boat they can just hover up and the Kerner. Went will take them back to the boat but the important thing is You've gotta gotta make yourself. Seen out there in that water you boaters have got to. Get down to an idle. Speed not a no wake slower I mean you just you just have to have control of your boat and. That's it when you're near divers we can't we can't have anybody chopped up out there I. Haven't heard of anybody yet this year but we sure don't want it I will tell, you this from being in crystal river last weekend and on our scalloping yearly trip with. Captain Mario Castillo up there I was -solutely stone cold shocked and I don't know why but I was the the amount of boats is ridiculous I mean it's ridiculous they're. Right on top yeah I spent some time just sitting in the, boat chilling had a cold beer. Was just relaxing knowing that I had, a another captain, in charge for the. Day having Mario handle, all that, stuff and I just was sitting there thinking oh my God. There is, boats everywhere and as, I'm, watching you, know Beth and Mario were in the water chasing the scallops around and I I was just, thinking man, you know it's so easy, to make that mistake, out here because there's people everywhere Yeah really, got, it you, really got to pay attention this time of year absolutely yeah it's it You don't want to be a scholar at this. Time. Of. The year Oh you don't wanna be careful. You wanna be extra careful anytime anytime anywhere you see. A die flag you want to divert away the heck away from it And. If you're. Within three hundred feet of it in and open water you. Wanna get down to a slower. Than no wake you don't want accidentally. Bumped somebody there no doubt I got. A lot for the coastguard Zoe in, Saint Pete Jim fobel be safe out there thanks to me good, stuff right there always from one of our favorite captains we got a. Minute or two? Here, and I think the must've. Struck a nerve with our good friend Chris Johnson because our like our. Favorite lakeland marine biologist is back Chris how are you Hey guys not so much struck a, nerve as when you only have so much time he can only, make things so clear I just wanted to make sure that you understand. The red tide The blooms forms way offshore. But once it approaches are. Shore. And it's been moving south and east mostly over time it's like a big old all you can eat buffet with. The nutrients. We have coming from our land. So we are feeding itself absolutely as it comes to close where land it's just getting sand and is multiplying because. It is. Not limited by nutrients I got I just wanted to be clear it's not the are run up is not a problem with the red tide, it just that's, not, where, it forms I Gotcha so if I do do we think that if it, just if it formed offshore and we. Weren't using the amount of fertilizer that we're using would it then Not be as strong when, it got here That is my opinion yeah that'd be running out. Of the nutrients that got stirred up offshore the led to the bloom in the first place It's an opinion we need to do a lot more, work but I just. Wanted to be clear that yes our. Runoff from land is. Helping, it grow and maintain it self and maybe get worse but Ocotober. Feeding Alcober he's not feeding this or it is Certainly, it is okay it's just a different algae the, green algae coming out of lake Okeechobee that's being said by those nutrients is a different, algae then that red. Tie that's coming in from offshore Gotcha I. Know. It's, complicated that you know what Mike we'll talk about, it. Off off year. I. Made some flash cards, for. Shaun Harper because he's having a hard time. Understanding it to he keeps getting asked question yeah well, anything I can do to learn more on it. Especially Flash cards would, help because that way you can just claims, status and say oh, okay wait a minute this. Is that one anyway thanks guys thank you all, right such interesting stuff such interesting stuff for sure we'll, take another break here again our good friend. The mad snooker captain Dave Palmer Lou one of the. Best in the business a true. West coast Florida legend is my guest if, you've, got questions on how to catch him. If you can still catch him where to catch him why to catch them all that good. Stuff he is the man. Talking. Fishing, on the other side we'll be back nine.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Talking to, Reggie when you call then you might want, to call the, right number is obviously. Called the wrong number because Reggie's in there so again joining. Us this morning via the. Phone lines our good friend captain Dave Palmer Lou we'd like, to get, them. Right before he goes to? Bed so it's a good setup let's go to the phones here checking with a good friend Chris Johnson Chris how are you this morning Good morning Mike, I'm great, Dave. Nice to talk to you I just lost Dave it was my fault so it's just, you. And I, right. Now we'll get back in Exactly I just wanted to. Call into that kind of help compartmentalize, things again here the red tide of course that's, a salt water issue and this year. As in years past it appears to form, way offshore to the north and then it moved south and east and of course it's mostly impacting Lee county Sarasota Collier and just recently made it up analysis. That's a completely different issue than the fresh water algae that are coming out of. Lake Okeechobee into those. Rivers and of course the freshwater algae that could be coming out of our, stormwater ponds so we're. One thing the one. Thing that allegedly kill red tide is if it hit stretch water Oh really Yep Most things that are adapted to life in salt water will literally swell up and explode when they're exposed to freshwater because they can't get rid of that fresh water rushing into their bodies. Quickly so setup to live in salt, water which is more, concentrated so, okay Toby doesn't have anything to do with this red. Tide Correct as got, his, own. Problem of course of course I'm not saying Tobin's problem The It's been blown way out of, proportion but there's also a toxic algae in the mix coming out of local Jobe and it has the same toxin that the red. Algae the red tide has It's in tiny amounts been. Going back over this data for last few months, really there's one source that's putting out in newspapers and on TV news reports that he's, seeing hundreds of times the safe limit of that, particular. It's called a blue green algae in, his samples but I've gone through FDA Ps data and the one management district data where they're sampling both the Saint Lucie and the. Caluzu Hassi rivers etc And finally during the last week I'm starting to see that toxic. Blue-green. Algae coming out of lake Okeechobee over what the EPA considers to be the safe limit for that LG so we got a hold other. Problem coming in on our coasts from the east, coming out of lake Okeechobee which is a freshwater algae that's toxic nice but it's separate, from the offshore salt water red tide and you, remember Maybe four or five weeks ago you had that guy from motoring lab and you've had several. Other people always talk about oh hurricane hurricane hurricane stirs thing things up and that guy from marine lab just, offered an opinion hypothesis not. Science yet but, that there might be offshore deposits of, something for example. Imagine phosphate right In our ground why wouldn't, it be? Out there somewhere and if that periodically gets third. Up, way offshore, that, can be the. Reason we get. These red, tide. Blooms. But it's not coming from our fresh water driving. Fertilizers and cetera way offshore aware that blew the first star I. Gotcha all. Right, Chris you're, the best brother stay in touch with. Would you I. Really appreciate your your insight. Into this stuff we we really really really appreciate, it it's great stuff thank. You sir absolutely thanks, and please everybody consider Shaun Harper CCA member I'm we'll be out knocking doors in plant city for him today sounds good brother appreciates pal good stuff right, there, for sure, cap Dave Palmer Lou my. Guest here this morning we're going to talk to another Chris, and Riverview and, hopefully you as well on the other side we'll, be back, nine seventy WFL.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:57 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on KOMO

"They also have no. Evidence, of a conspiracy or second gunman Clark county sheriff Joe Lombardo said Stephen paddock was quote an unremarkable man who showed signs of a troubled mind leading up, to the October for shooting on the Las Vegas strip but authorities don't have any clear answers Houston's. Police chief says a, man accused, of killing one a former president George. H W, Bush is doctors killed himself when, confronted by authorities chief art osservato said today sixty two year old Joseph James Pappas died from a single self inflicted shot to the head during a confrontation with police sausalito reports at Pappas had body armor on during that confrontation what he's being, investigated for possible sexual misconduct CBS chief less moon bats continues to run the company Here's ABC's, pilgrim speaking, publicly, for the first time since sexual misconduct allegations against him rock the company he's run for two decades good afternoon everyone. And thanks for joining us today but the millionaire mogul ignoring the elephant in. The room not addressing the accusations speaking, only about CBS financials on a public earnings call as you can see for more results CVS turned in very strong quarter. None vez in control and even praised. By at least one, investor flush it's amazing how much you've diversified CBS. Revenue over the last five years not one. Person asking him about, the seven women accusing him of sexual misconduct alleged. Offenses, ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault CBS is higher two prominent female attorneys to look into the claims against Moonves and the culture at CBS this as, the LA times reports the CBS board has known for months about allegations from one accuser telling police That he sexually assaulted her three. Times in, the eighties the LA county district attorney's. Office determining the incidents are outside the statute of limitations, CBS and moon vez are not commenting on this latest allegation but he has. Previously denied assaulting anyone or misusing his. Position of power and earlier this. Week CBS films president a female executive Terry press posted a statement asking. If we're examining the industry as it existed decades before through the lens. Of two thousand eighteen should we also discuss a path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness again that's ABC of a pilgrim a war. Hero shot dead by police in Colorado this week his family says the department made a very big mistake. Aurora's police chief says the scene, was chaotic and violent frantic nine one one calls at one thirty, Monday morning Police say that intruder. Twenty-six-year-old Shaun Harper came barging into the house that Chad Heo she shared with. His parents and two kids I just immediately shot into the bathroom to find this, naked guy soaking wet holding on is back with his feet out of the tub. Shocking my son biting his left ear Taya she's father Seventy-three-year-old, Gary black grabs a gun and opens fire killing Harper but seconds later. As police arrive because, this thirteen shots fired at one, officer mistakenly shoots black officers continue to give at least five commands to Mr. black to drop the gun and to show his hands he begins to raise the flashlight towards your officer still. Has, the gun in the other, hand and it was at that time that my officer fired, four rounds causing Mr. black to fall to the ground. Blacks family insist police did not give the decorated Vietnam, veteran enough time to comply do you think the Aurora Police screwed up Kobe time lived here he. Died data hero I'd be dead my son will be dead my mom my. Daughter we'd all be dead Was it for him the, police chief says that black was hard of hearing and. May never have heard orders to drop the, gun there is body, camera footage of this shooting but the family says they. Do not, want it release they, want to focus on Gary blacks life not how he died but they say they have many. More, questions than answers.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on KOMO

"Morning because dam is in danger of failing there warning people to get to higher ground because of severe weather could cause the college lake dam. To fail while the dam has not failed yet adu-. If it does parts of that city they fear could be under seventeen feet of water in a matter. Of minutes a, federal judge in San Diego will hold a hearing today to decide who should find the, migrant parents that were deported, after being separated from their children at the border it's, the latest step and tried to reunite migrant, families and the Justice department says that the ACLU should, use its considerable resources to, make contact with. Deported parents the ACLU says the Trump administration is trying to evade responsibility while he's being investigated for possible sexual MS Conduct the chief. Executive of CBS les Moonves says continues to run the company speaking publicly for. The first time since sexual misconduct allegations against him rock, the company he's run for two decades good afternoon everyone and thanks for joining us today but the millionaire mogul ignoring the elephant in the room not. Addressing the accusations speaking only about CBS, financials on a public earnings call you can see. From more result CBS turned, in another very strong quarter moon vez in control and even praised by at least one investor flushes mazing how much you've diversified CBS's revenue over the last five years not. One person asking him about the seven women accusing him. Of sexual misconduct alleged offenses ranging from unwanted advances to sexual assault CBS is higher to prominent female attorneys. To look into, the claims against moon vez and the culture at CBS this as the LA times reports The CBS board has known for months about allegations from. One accuser telling, police that he sexually assaulted or three times in the eighties the LA county district attorney's office terminating. The incidents are outside the statute of. Limitations CVS, and. Moon vez are not commenting on. This latest allegation but he has previously denied assaulting anyone, or misusing his position of power and earlier this week CVS films president a. Female executory press posted a statement. Asking if we're examining the industry as it existed decades before, through the lens of two thousand eighteen should we also discuss a path to learning reconciliation and forgiveness the story from. ABC's Eva pilgrim it's six nineteen a war hero was shot dead by police in Colorado this week and his family says that. Department made a very big mistake Aurora's police chief says the scene was chaotic and violent frantic nine one one calls at one thirty Monday morning Baby Police say that intruder 26-year-old, dish Shaun Harper came barging into the house that, chat, hey she shared with his parents and two. Kids I just immediately shot into the bathroom to find this naked guy soaking wet holding on his back with his feet out of the, tub choking my. Son biting his left. Ear she's, father, Seventy-three-year-old Gary, black grabs a gun and opens fire killing, Harper but seconds later as police. Arrive thirteen Collins shots. Fired one officer mistakenly shoots black officers continue to give at least five commands to Mr. black to drop the gun and to show his. Hands he begins to raise the flashlight towards the officer still has the gun in the other, hand and it was at that time that my officer fired four rounds causing Mr. black to fall to the ground. Blacks family insist police did not give the decorated Vietnam veteran enough time to. Comply do you think the Aurora Are police screwed up big time he'd lived a. Hero he died a hero I'd be. Dead my son would. Be dead my mom My daughter we'd all. Be dead Wasn't for him the police chief says that black was hard of hearing and may never have. Heard orders to drop the gun there is, body camera footage of this shooting but the family says. They do not want it released they, wanna focus on Gary, blacks life not how he died but they say they. Have many more questions than answers, it's ABC's Clayton San del reporting six twenty right, now the KOMO morning. News center propel insurance money update the government's July jobs report, shows the economy keeps adding jobs but the. Pace has slowed, a little bit, Labor Department says one hundred fifty seven. Thousand jobs were created in July they. Had predicted one hundred ninety thousand it's far short of the two hundred, forty eight thousand created in June and the unemployment, rate is. Now, at three point nine percent well let's see if that translates into any positive momentum as we get ready for. The trading session on Wall Street. Don McDonald. Joins us, from. Vestry good morning good morning Greg we start overseas where trade were worries continue to, cast a shadow over Asian markets Hong Kong. And Shanghai, into the trading week Lower Japanese, stocks were up a, little prices across Europe were up US futures traders though. Are not expecting much movement apparently, at the end of the week's Dow futures are, down fourteen points that's. Barely down twenty five to ninety one s and p five, hundred futures down three quarters of a percent. The nearest thing, to flat and, NASDAQ futures up just under five points. To seventy three ninety twenty five McConnell. Hosts komo's talking real muddy listen tomorrow at noon right here.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

CNBC's Fast Money

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money

"I know you're saying it wasn't expected, but there was enthusiastic about something. All right now to an earnings alert on Amgen, it's higher in the after hours session, let's get to metro with Wall Street is saying about that report, hey, Meg. Hey, our just listening to the goal here on the biotech blue phone other still in the opening session, not getting to the questions adjust yet. It was a pretty strong quarter for him in the second quarter beat on both the top and bottom lines, and they raised their guidance. I'll let's take a quick look at what the analysts are saying. We've got a couple of comments here. I from JP Morgan's, Corey chasm of calling it a solid beaten raise for the quarter that really echoed by a few other analysts Michael year Jeffries calling it classic Amgen saying they do this better than anyone, Chris Raymond over a piper saying like clockwork Amgen, just finds away a Baird's, Brian scorn. Also telling me that other biotechs, he says, should take notes, meaning other biotechs that swing back and forth between fifty two week highs and lows on results should figure out how to be just as slow and steady as Amgen. There was some news also in executives at Amgen. We've learned that their head of RND Shaun Harper is going to retire as as well as their head of commercial, Tony, Hooper, Sean harpers. Is retiring. I think today he's being taken over his, his job is being taken over and in September. Hooper is moving on being replaced by. Murdo Gordon from Bristol, Myers. I'm we'll also note that Amgen is the fourth big biotech to report earnings, rounding out a very solid quarter for all of these Amgen Biogen cell gene and Gillian find, and of course getting hit because of the Alzheimer's data, but it's quarter actually looked really good something that Michael Ye from Jeffries noted for us. Now back over to Bank. Thanks Mike Terrell. What do we do with biotech here? Interesting. So we've been bullshit. I'm gennabra she'd met Tig amid an all time high back to the beginning of this year to one or so. We're basically up against it now. That's, I guess, the good news. So this is the way I look at it. They beat the quarter of this is the second quarter that beat by twenty eight cents. They raise the lower end of guidance by fifty. That's fine. But the only raise the upper in a guidance basically that Twenty-eight cents. So take that for what it's worth valuation is fair. They're buying back stock, but you've seen tremendous moves to the upside Amgen, and you've seen the exact same moves to the downside in the same amount of time. So I think we're sort of at the top end of the range if you've been long the stock for the last couple of. I think you absolutely have to take profit highs. Interesting. You say that look at vertex say they put up a good print sold on the news. I wouldn't be surprised to see a cell in the new scenario tomorrow morning. It's going to be interesting to see how it reacts tomorrow. A lot of these big cap names had a big run up into earnings and then it's a cell in the news event. See, all right. So had checkout shares of Amazon around three percent, touching all time high and the barriers the company conference call starting in just a few minutes. We'll bring you the very latest. I'm Melissa Lee, you're watching fast. CNBC person BusinessWorld live in the meantime, here's what else is coming up on fast. Cool. Cool. One hundred twenty billion dollars because that's about how much Facebook loss today. So it said now about you by, but Dina valuation will win. Plus traders are expecting a huge move from Twitter when it reports earnings tomorrow, and we'll tell you which direction when pest bunny returns..

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Amazon beats estimates, Wall St. breathes sigh of relief

Bloomberg Markets

05:25 min | 2 years ago

Amazon beats estimates, Wall St. breathes sigh of relief

"Around Again You got a purpose Movers and shakers they. Cost a little lower Greg Bloomberg market movers and shakers with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly on Bloomberg, radio everybody time for a look at your winners and losers movers and shakers on this Thursday. Afternoon we gotta start right with the earning because Amazon Intel and an all out, Amazon let's go through the those results because the stocks up about three, point three percent here in the after. Hours, Amazon the headline. Numbers second quarter net sales, fifty two, point nine. Billion it's a little bit. Light the estimate was four fifty three, point four, billion and the third quarter. Outlook the company saying third quarter net, sales Jason, fifty four to. Fifty seven point five billion that too is. Light the Wall Street estimate is. Fifty eight point zero three and the PS. Number you heard Charlie do it like to see some clarification if this is indeed the number because it's so it's a big, beat five, dollars seven. Cents the estimate that we've got currently on the Bloomberg terminal to forty. Nine so that would be certainly a, big But everybody's also looking at, the of the stock was down a little bit too down, about three. Or four. Percent now it's up almost three point four percent this feels like why those, reports Carol where people are trying to figure it out waiting to get a little bit more. Explanation you get that sound you hear a sell side analysts up and down Wall, Street scribbling in typing using spreadsheets to try and figure out what this, all means I wanna move over to. Intel, briefly a second. Quarter revenues coming in at, seventeen billion, at beating. The estimate of sixteen point. Seven nine billion they are boosting their, view for, the year a second quarter. Adjusted EPS coming in at a dollar, for the, estimate there was. For ninety six cents so that feels like. A pretty clean beat for the. World's largest semiconductor may tell down three point. Two percent here in the after hours so we're gonna need to see but you know what's interesting is Amazon sold off initially, think down, almost five. Percent right after three adults and then it's bounced back and now it's. Up four point four percent let's see There's some follow through when it comes to Intel. Other year revenue they're looking for, sixty nine. Point five billion plus or minus, billion, that's one thing that that that may be, catching people a little bit by surprise especially. Given what they are. Saying for this quarter you know trying to come up with, some consistency about the rest of the year let me mention Amgen second quarter. Just at PS three eighty three that, is better than the forecast of three fifty six or path a sales up seventy eight percent, so this. Is one of the key metrics when we're. Looking at Amgen and also saying a succession planning for two executive officers so it sounds like the replacing. To top executives said looking at kind of the c. suite working around with that let me just, take a look at Amgen here in. The after hours it's up about. One percent here, feeling like a lot of executive turnover being asked his quarter just as we did it, we saw it with Gilead. Yesterday surprising the street a bit, with their. CEO CEO Changeover and obviously some. Other moves less expected coming out over the past few weeks Amgen, it's Shaun Harper their executive VP, of research and development and a. Sixteen year veteran he's going to be succeeded by David had been a senior vice, president translational scientists and oncology so there are definitely. Some changes, I'm just taking a look at the Amazon live blog stocks now up. All of their fangs are now, up around half a percent from the market close or Libya shaver she's across asset was reporters weighing in on that Amazon providing guidance. For the third quarter expecting revenues between fifty four and fifty seven point five and that is a little bit light Alice expectations. For fifty eight point zero three billion so a little, bit more insight into that one definitely will be looking for. Color from the call as that comes out and we will be monitoring. Very closely this top light blog. As you and I have talked about this it is the best cheat sheet there is. Out there for us because we, get to leverage all those great journalists and analysts Both inside this shop and outside as the sell side especially starts to pour in with their initial reactions, to. Amazon Intel Amgen. As you say we are in the, heart of the earning season. Carol no doubt about this is a busy week and speaking of earnings, we've been talking about. It all day and rightfully so. Facebook you know twenty four hours ago Jason we were all over at Facebook was your number two decliner in the s. and p. five hundred disappointment about so many different, metrics user engagement and revenue outlooks on that stock was down eighteen point nine percent in, today's session going as low as a twenty percent decline also seeing Starbucks crossed the Bloomberg terminal. Third quarter just did EPS sixty two, cents a. Share a penny better than the forecast comes. Up one percent and that's a little bit better than the forecast which was for an eight tenth of a percent. Rise let's get a quick check on your index report the vix. Down a hair down about point. Four percents of x. closing on this Thursday at twelve point twenty four you're listening to Bloomberg.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on PTI

"Watch the first way when wait i stayed for the watching beat matt's muncie i stayed for the entire first round i went home and stayed up and watched him bj more stayed stayed on you weren't of our off washington dwellers pt agno is in girls in today's episode manny machado may be on the move levian bell betting on himself and the sixers try to swipe the architect of the rock we begin today with bryce harper's triumphant display in the home run derby he hit nine home runs and forty seven seconds to tie kyle schwarzer you boyd's right he's will you see in the elevator lived in your building and i'll vita in extra time however some mad pies chirping at harper's father who was pitching him broke the rule by pitching to quick well by the okay with harper's dad bending the rule if he didn't know the rule before this morning i don't care about the rule is the home run damn derby okay that's right by the way by the way it yesterday he would fury so much by saying this was going to change bryce harper's entire yes context and i believe that's if in october if they go out in the first round people gonna say it's okay to go out because he wanted a home road no that's not my thing you know what yesterday you said there was no pressure to all on here done but me my new boy mark teixeira said that all in the world shaun harper did he put out there last night in a big moment it wasn't on biggest names run derby dig moment big stage came through last ops killed the ball and by the way so did schwarzer sorted max muncie so to reese because they told me time tests heart it may be your mind it is it is i believe it does this might do i believe it erases the entire first half of the season where he batted two fourteen i believe it puts them into play we're a four hundred million dollar contract i believe it makes the second half of the season the only product down to keep this clip please use it to battle you about the head heap every day for the rest of the year and you say junk about exhibitions and football condition it's an estimate gave it don't add because it was in washington dc's he is still five and a half games behind the filly innisfail brave doesn't mean jack he's going to stay if they're missed the playoffs the manner in care of aiming hand put a bandana around his head with the dc flag on it everything he said revitalize the debate as to whether he would stay he would go and the people in the city now clam is big night turn to my son last night and said you know what tony kornheiser ankle tony's going to do he's gonna blather on about this like his big radial jackson three in october and he's going to do that big deal and once again big dad by the way none your happy was right because swore was eliminated so he didn't have to hit more home runs and ruin his second half i'm glad because short can be angry when he comes back in here and eliminates the nationals like last year and that i'm happy that catching i'm looking forward to by the way harper was great i it was was it was it was no pressure on him that's absurd i talked to tax manny machado news maybe bob nightingale usa.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on PTI

PTI

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on PTI

"Watch the first way when wait i stayed for the watching beat matt's muncie i stayed for the entire first round i went home and stayed up and watched him bj more stayed stayed on you weren't of our off washington dwellers pt agno is in girls in today's episode manny machado may be on the move levian bell betting on himself and the sixers try to swipe the architect of the rock we begin today with bryce harper's triumphant display in the home run derby he hit nine home runs and forty seven seconds to tie kyle schwarzer you boyd's right he's will you see in the elevator lived in your building and i'll vita in extra time however some mad pies chirping at harper's father who was pitching him broke the rule by pitching to quick well by the okay with harper's dad bending the rule if he didn't know the rule before this morning i don't care about the rule is the home run damn derby okay that's right by the way by the way it yesterday he would fury so much by saying this was going to change bryce harper's entire yes context and i believe that's if in october if they go out in the first round people gonna say it's okay to go out because he wanted a home road no that's not my thing you know what yesterday you said there was no pressure to all on here done but me my new boy mark teixeira said that all in the world shaun harper did he put out there last night in a big moment it wasn't on biggest names run derby dig moment big stage came through last ops killed the ball and by the way so did schwarzer sorted max muncie so to reese because they told me time tests heart it may be your mind it is it is i believe it does this might do i believe it erases the entire first half of the season where he batted two fourteen i believe it puts them into play we're a four hundred million dollar contract i believe it makes the second half of the season the only product down to keep this clip please use it to battle you about the head heap every day for the rest of the year and you say junk about exhibitions and football condition it's an estimate gave it don't add because it was in washington dc's he is still five and a half games behind the filly innisfail brave doesn't mean jack he's going to stay if they're missed the playoffs the manner in care of aiming hand put a bandana around his head with the dc flag on it everything he said revitalize the debate as to whether he would stay he would go and the people in the city now clam is big night turn to my son last night and said you know what tony kornheiser ankle tony's going to do he's gonna blather on about this like his big radial jackson three in october and he's going to do that big deal and once again big dad by the way none your happy was right because swore was eliminated so he didn't have to hit more home runs and ruin his second half i'm glad because short can be angry when he comes back in here and eliminates the nationals like last year and that i'm happy that catching i'm looking forward to by the way harper was great i it was was it was it was no pressure on him that's absurd i talked to tax manny machado news maybe bob nightingale usa.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

WLRH 89.3 HD3

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on WLRH 89.3 HD3

"In the way people think about it and who were the actual players are literally in this case so shaun harper who was a scholar on diversity in higher education at usc said that you know many of the schools in the power five were either officially or actively segregated for most of their histories and that has really tangible consequences for the way campus life looks and so these are conceived as white spaces their fan bases are white their alumni basis are white the cultural spaces are white and so black students will be players in football and basketball to be on the court in the field but they won't be in the stands so you're saying black people will be players what are those demographics look like so most of the players in the money sports and football and basketball at the power five schools are black so fifty six percent of the basketball players men's basketball players are black fifty five percent of the football players are black but two point four percent of the students at these schools or black men and so this is only two point four percent i know shocking to us too but this weird paradox that happens we were just talking about of course these numbers and he found that at the power five schools almost half of the black students in these two revenue generating sports are not graduating from college almost be you'd be better off actually being a black male student who was not on one of these teams and that's important because the and supporters of not paying these athletes often talk about that student athletes are more likely to graduate from college and that might be true for some for some students but it's not true for black male athletes so why what's what's keeping them from graduating we've talked to a bunch of people who talked about how hard being a student athlete is people are dedicating forty to fifty hours a week officially to athletes to go into practice to training and then after they're done all those things they have to go to class they have to still be students and you know they're often shuttered into classes that are maybe not the majors they want to be because those classes don't align with when they're football and basketball schedules are and so they're not graduating from college and part of that is because the.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Six billion billion with their own cable channels i mean they're they're major sports players and almost all that revenue comes from two sports men's basketball and football so where does that money go not to the student athletes under ncwa rules they're amateurs they cannot be compensated beyond their scholarships and the cost of attending college but i go to coaches salaries it goes to facilities it goes to it goes to the conference commissioners who make more in excess of two million dollars now there are a lot of people who are millionaires because of these sports and so everyone gets paid except for the student athletes so how does race factor into all of this i mean it's racist all throughout this conversation in the way people think about it and who the actual players are literally in this case so shaun harper who was a scholar on diversity in higher education at usc said that you know many of the schools in the power five were either officially or affectively segregated for most of their histories and that has really tangible consequences for the way campus life looks and so these are conceived as white spaces their fan bases are white their alumni visas are white the cultural spaces are white and so black students will be players in football and basketball to be on the court in the field but they won't be in the stands so you're saying black people will be players what are those demographics look like so most of the players in the money sports and football and basketball at the power five schools are black so fifty six percent of the basketball players men's basketball players are black fifty five percent of the football players are black but two point four percent of the students at these schools are black men and so this is only two point four percent i know shocking to us too but does this weird paradox that happens right so you have black men on.

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"shaun harper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"shaun harper" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"These campuses who are basically invisible in the classrooms but at any given time during any given academic year the most highprofile undergraduate at one of these universities is likely to be a black basketball now or a black football star what did you find out about if these stars are actually getting the education that they've been promised so shaun harper the diversity expert the usc we're just talking about court these numbers and he found that at the power five schools almost half of the black students in these two revenue generating sports are not graduating from college almost be you'll be better off actually being a black male student who was not on one of these teams and that's important because the ncwa and supporters of not paying these athletes of often talk about that a student athletes are more likely to graduate from college and that might be true for some for some students who has not true for black male athletes so why what's what's keeping them from graduating we've talked to a bunch of people who talked about how hard being a student athlete is people are dedicating forty to fifty hours a week officially to athletes to go into practice to training and then after they're done all those things they have to go to class they have to still be students and they're often shuttered into classes that are maybe not the majors they wanna to be because those classes don't align with when they're football and basketball schedules are and so they're not graduating from college and part of that is because the incentive structure is set up for the schools to value them as athl tweets before they students so obviously there is divided opinions about whether or not student athletes should be paid do we know anything about how these opinions breakdown most americans do not want to play student athletes but there is a big racial split sixty percent of white people are opposed to paying student athletes that's according to the washington post and the abc news poll from last fall while a small majority about fifty four percent of african americans want them to be paid have there been any studies looking at why certain groups are responding in certain ways so there was a study done last year by some researchers at the university of massachusetts at amherst looked at whether racial resentment was informing how people answer this question and.

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