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"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:47 min | 3 weeks ago

"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Both women say they each reported their abuse to the organization's executive Members Board or the E bm. She loved at me. Oh, that's so funny, you know, she told me. This is nothing. You know, it happens to all women. His response was damn not again, which made me even more angry because he hadn't been stopped. Former board member Swami Shad Ananda told this investigation, Mahadev could have been stopped. After she reported the assault of a colleague at an ebb meeting in 1999. Well, everyone knew what was going to happen. He had apparently told them And we had to send all the secretaries out of the room, and we had to turn off all recording devices. And then I said what had happened and they said to him. Is this true? And he said, Yeah, but if she doesn't want me to do it, okay. Big deal. I won't do it anymore. And then they said, Okay, what's the next topic and he said, Well, wait a minute. Aren't we going to deal with this? And one of the board members said to me well, he already said he's not going to do it anymore. What do you want his blood It would be another 13 years before Mahadev Ananda was finally asked to leave following further abuse claims. We did write to him with the allegations, but he didn't respond. Trainer told us she was also assaulted by a current and active teacher. We can't name him for legal reasons. They could feel what you wanted. It was to have sex with me and I did not want and I felt very scared. I was very confused. I was so afraid that if I would not making happy little bits by little bit, it would just shout and hurt me Some, uh Five other women told our investigation that they've also been sexually abused by the same man one. As recently as 2019. We did write to him to again. No answer. The IBM declined to be interviewed but centers a statement the board of trustees fully sympathizes with those who came forward. And offers its assurance that it will not tolerate abuse or disregard inappropriate behavior. Apologises unreservedly for any historic mistakes, which it made in addressing the allegations. The Shivan under organization has now commissioned an independent investigation and has appointed legal experts to review and implement safeguarding policies. And that report was by from Louise Adam, who you can listen to the full investigation on the documentary on BBC sounds it's called Guru. More than 100. People have died.

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"shivan" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:29 min | 3 weeks ago

"shivan" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Sexual and emotional abuse at the heart of one of the world's biggest international yoga organizations. Claims of abuse reported at seven under yoga span more than 40 years, beginning with the late founder Swami Vishnu in the 19 seventies, the most recent allegations Are from 2019. Now. The investigation found that the caretakers of the organization have known about some of the allegations for decades. Louise Adamu Produced the investigation and just a warning. Her report does contain graphic details of sexual assault. Serve love you purify meditate every year lies that Swami Vishnu Devananda, the late founder of Shivan, under yoga. Vishnu was a well known pacifist, a celibate monk. And according to at least three women, a rapist. He had a sort of way with him. He could be a little bit humorous. Julie Salter was Vishnu is personal assistant. He did get angry. He did. Shout in anger, and I certainly copped it. Quite a lot. Uh, Vishnu was Julie's guru, so she was expected to surrender to his will. But she says he took advantage of this ancient tradition. He was lying on the floor. Listening to his devotional tapes, and he asked me to lie down next to him. I said, I don't understand, right laid down then, and then there was a sexual contact. And then after that total shame. In December, 2019 Julie shared her story on Facebook, and two more women came forward to say meat, too. More about this investigation, has also heard several allegations against two of his direct disciples. The first was this man Swami Mahadev, Ananda. He was an older man at the time and very senior member of staff. That's Wendy. She was my Haddad's assistant in 2000 and six He called out to me from the main room. If I could bring the trade that had his breakfast, he grabbed my arm and flip the sheet back. He was sitting up in good, and I hope this is not upsetting to others who hear this, But he was masturbating and Wendy wasn't the only one. We're calling this woman prisoner I would deliver in a piece of paper, the written message and when I leaned back toward him to give his message is stretched out his arm and grabbed my breast, and I was just shocked. Both women say they each reported their abuse to the organization's executive Members Board or the BBM. She loved at me. Oh, that's so funny, you know? She told me this is nothing. You know it happens to all women. His response was damn not again, which may be even more angry because he hadn't been stopped. Former board member Swami shot. Ananda told this investigation, Mahadev could have been stopped after she reported the assault of a colleague. At an ebb meeting in 1999. Well, everyone knew what was going to happen. He had apparently told them And we had to send all the secretaries out of the room, and we had to turn off all recording devices. And then I said what had happened and they said to him. Is this true? And he said, Yeah, but if she doesn't want me to do it, okay. Big deal. I won't do it anymore. And then they said, Okay, what's the next topic and he said, Well, wait a minute. Aren't we going to deal with this? And one of the board members said to me well, he already said he's not going to do it anymore. What do you want his blood It would be another 13 years before Mahadev Ananda was finally asked to leave following further abuse claims. We did write to him with the allegations, but he didn't respond. Brianna told us she was also assaulted by a current and active teacher. We can't name him for legal reasons. I could feel what he wanted. It was to have sex with me and I did not want and I felt very scared. I was very confused. That was so afraid that if I would not making happy little bit by little bit It would just shout and hurt me Song. Uh, five other women told our investigation that they've also been sexually abused.

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"shivan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

02:05 min | Last month

"shivan" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Contacted this man and offered him the opportunity to respond to the allegations, But so far he's been unable or unwilling to do so. Over the last year. I have spoken to many Shivan under survivors, and in all their accounts, mind games were a common theme. I will let Wendy explain that to you. Yes. So one of the ways that my problematic behavior Was described and one of the things that was used in a way as a disciplinary phrase to US volunteers was if something was problematic or confusing. The teaching that was often called on was Guru's grace. So where we are in our lives and in difficult situations in the seven under organization, So where you would question something you'd be told now, the fact that you are there and that you're having a problem. Is actually guru's grace. As in, you're being taught some kind of a valuable lesson, so I never understood and added question this at the time. How it was a valuable listen to me. I mean, maybe that for that person they were learning to be sexually more controlled. I was like, that's crazy. That's I think now we call it guest lighting people who question what's happening. They try and push you like they did with me to see the incident in a different light to what it actually is. Both Wendy and Breanna knew they had to leave Shiva number, but just like Julie before them, they struggled with a break up. Well, you're gonna make me feel quite cheerful that I can feel myself dealing with cheered up. I really missed it. Really, really missed it. Separating from seven and it was much worse for me than my divorce. Much worse is extremely painful for me. It was a terrible wound for me. I went through psycho to repeat for four years. I was not able to manage my life to manage relationships. I was like in a real mess. I felt I should have woken up. Earlier. Why did I stay so many years? Why was a sublime.

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"shivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:44 min | 3 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"American Honda Motor Company. Oh one report Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons from the cap Trust traffic center. Dana has news 93.1 kfbk. Thanks, Dana. Now, the forecast tonight we'll see Partly cloudy skies Expected low tonight 49 to 53 Tomorrow Partly sunny, pleasant will reach a high tomorrow 76 to 80 Wednesday we'll see mostly sunny skies. Wednesday. We'll see a high 84 to 88 I'm AccuWeather's Drew Shannon News. 93.1 kfbk We've got 84 in Carmichael 82 in Elk Grove. Loomis has 84 degrees for 32 Year top story. Murder case against former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Vin in the death of George Floyd has gone to the jury 12 jurors, six of them white, six. Blacker multiracial are beginning deliberations in the city on edge against another round of unrest, CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas reports from Minneapolis. It's not just about guilty or not guilty, but How long the sentence is if shoving is found guilty. If you go to the second degree manslaughter charge under the Minnesota sentencing guidelines, he could only serve about four years. To 10 years, But four years would be very little amount of time for people here who would like to see justice. So if that charge if he's convicted on that one, many people saying you will still see unrest even if a conviction takes place on that second degree manslaughter charge. Under sentencing guidelines, Shivan could get 12.5 years on either second degree, an intentional murder or third degree murder. Second degree manslaughter would be four years he could get more time if the jury finds that there were aggravating factors. It's 4, 33 and more news. Now with KFBK is Joe Michael's getting new information tonight on the force. Sacramento police.

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"shivan" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:45 min | 6 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on WJR 760

"Not shortness of breath because I've had one heart attack already. And I was just wondering, Was it safe? Have the vaccine shot? Well, Bob, so great question. And the answer is you should get the vaccine And the reason is Getting Kobe. It is much more dangerous to you than getting the vaccine. So, like we said, just based on percentages, the rate of death in your age group from Cove it is 0.5% and the rate of death nationally, all comers is like 0.1% so Much better odds getting the vaccine. The other thing. I want to make sure that you're doing because you have heart disease is number one. You should be on the Staten number two. You should be on a Ace inhibitor type blood pressure or in our bare B type, blood pressure medicine. I wanna make sure taking your aspirin again in conjunction with your doctor. But this is what I would tell my patients. If it's if it's appropriate, and the other thing is, you should be. Taking your vitamin D three. So all those things are important to protect you from not the vaccine, but from covert itself, so you should go get the vaccine. Okay, So I actually got a question sent to me directly. And you had mentioned Dr Colander that you had covert earlier. Well last year at this point, and this person's asking, why are you getting vaccinated? If you have already had Cove it in the sense that is in the vaccine only good for a certain amount of time. Do you not already have immunity? So this might be a question. Some other listeners are wondering if they've had it already. Is it worth getting vaccinated? Well, thanks for paying attention. So So, yes, I had covert and last I checked. I still actually had antibodies nine months later. I haven't done a blood test in a couple months, But I had an advice for a long time and may still have so and the Astor some data support that our immune system is carrying a memory of the co bid in other parts of our immune system other than Just your immune globulin Tighter. So people hear about tigers, the Tigers going away, so the memory of the virus in the back seats of the virus could be stored in your He sells and your B lymphocytes, which is different parts of your immune system. So I'm getting vaccinated. I'm be honest, because my patients kind of expect me to be vaccinated. I think it's a good look to be vaccinated. I think, um as Ah, is their leader on guide to health care. I should get vaccinated. I don't think I'm taking a vaccine from anybody because Phase one A ended a while ago. And that one phase one be so I'm I'm late in the phase one b. I don't think I'm jumping the line. S o. I didn't run to get a vaccine because I knew that I was. I feel like I'm still immune. But I think that it's important for me to do it just because it's expected and to be honest, I also think that Our future freedom to move about the world is going to be dependent on being vaccinated, so I want to have freedoms that are going to be attributed to vaccination. That's a really good point. Yeah, I didn't even think about that. That you at some point you may be required to present some sort of slip that you've been vaccinated for traveler might permit you more freedoms, just based on that. So that's a great recommendation. I think that your ex, I think you're not committed to get an airplane soon without being vaccinated. I think you're gonna be able to travel around the country. I mean, we have a cabin in northern Ontario that I have not seen in two years because of Cove in I'd like to go there, and that's private. Require proof of vaccination. I think going to be able to go to a sporting event or a concert or a movie theater without being proven that you're vaccinated so Don't know who's gonna watch that. But I feel like I can not to be too political. But big brother is watching more than ever, so I want to have some kind of freedom. Coming. Bank to what Shivan was talking to you about earlier you had covert. You've gotta enter bodies. Two months ago, you had your blood tested you still it into bodies? I'm just quite not getting the connection there between Why you would have to be vaccinated. If you've had polio and you've got the end two bodies. You can't catch polio again. Why would you be vaccinated for polio? Well, because the Kobe 19 is a novel virus and novel means that it's never humans have never been exposed to this virus. We just don't know all the answers where his polio has been around for 100 years, and we pretty well understand how polio works what it does when it means we still don't really understand all of the ins and outs of this virus and what it means to people. You know, we've talked about long haul or symptoms and send him before the first time. I have some patients which I would call long holler symptoms. I can't believe it. So now I'm dealing with what? Why Take what? Oh, I offer my patients who have symptoms Two months after Cove it when they should be better, So I'm tinkering with them. And thankfully, the loving me experiment with them on How to deal with these long term complications of covert. So the answer is Because we don't really know. Um, I think I should get I'm going to get backstage and also again mainly is because I think I should because I'm Leading my practice on what to do, and I want them all to get vaccinated and also I want to be free. I don't want to be held back, and we don't have definitive data for sure on how long you're actually immune based on having had covert correct like there's. There's a variety of ranges of time that you could continue to be immune after having had the Thean factor the disease well based on I'll say one study that I looked at, and it's been a couple months is the study came out that they think that there may be longer term immunity not being measured by immune globulin titles than We would have otherwise thought because the immune globulin tigers can go away anywhere from 3 to 6 months after you develop them, So it's we just don't know really so, but I think that that study has great Portends great hope that the vaccines going to generate that kind of immune response that could last years and like we said last segment, we're going to be getting Corona virus vaccines regularly. Moving for. We just have to get hurt immunity right now so we can live our lives. And so the answer is definitely go for the vaccine. Okay, We're gonna have to take.

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"shivan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Difficulties adjusting to her new life away from her family and comforts of her old life, But you know what she's focused on just getting through it. She's trying to keep her head low and just get through her ordeal. She misses her family and her comfortable life. My firm. Ah, But she is allowed by the way to keep in touch with her loved ones through phone calls and emails, but they are closely monitored by prison staff. But the source says Lori is hating life inside prison. So did the sun alone. She's found her first few days, quote. Dreadful. Remember, she's out like a minimum security. She's out like a spy club said Yeah, this is one. We're like They have camps during the day on DH. I mean, craft raft camps like there is I think a spa there. I mean, I don't know, but this is not okay. Anyway, she she feels as though she's left the safety of her hidden hills home, and she's reminiscing on past family. Holidays and neighborhood get togethers, But it's really only making it worse for her. She is living a really ll life nightmare. I like how like like somebody's painting a picture as if they're just following her with a notebook and a pen, a pen and pad of paper like, Oh, she's now reflecting what does that actually mean? You didn't just see her, like Huddled up with her knees to her chest, looking for Lauren out the barred windows into the cold world tell just just courtyard thinking about days of yore. Where prison ladies are, you know, Shivan each other with shanks in the courtyard and thanking each other with shivs, Macon ketchup pooch, according to the source being in quarantine, because, you know, she had to go into quarantine shit. A 14 day quarantine away from the general pop. On show she's unable to leave her cell. So this is where she's sitting and looking out the bard windows and we have her old life. But they said there's nothing for her to dio. She's bored. They do have reading material. But other than that, it's just a long day and night for her. So I always this is so this is so petty and police don't take this as some sort of actual thought that is meant to be uttered in polite society. But When people say, Like, you know, solitary confinement is horrible. I know the actual solitary and Simon. It's horrible, but I do know that that thought where I'm like. You get to be alone? Yeah, girls, soak it up. Do anything 14 days in your own little boy, and you get access to a library? Nobody needs anything from you. I pick up a book in the morning. The bathroom is right there in the middle of the room, shower and shave. Take my book. Way. I'm a bad read the book, Napolitano. I mean, it's again I understand, but for her, I imagine that's actually probably very possible. It's not like you know, the prison industrial complex at writ large I do want you to know she has some hopes for her future. Would you like to hear them? Her future. By the way, being, what? To not two months away. This's her. This is her hope. Okay, tell me about your future. The Hallmark Channel Veteran is scheduled to be released on December 27th, which is just two days after Christmas. However, because that was gold on a Sunday. Oh, yeah, she hopes she'll get out for the holidays. She could be walking out of the prison gates. On Thursday, December 24th. Yeah, just like Felicity Huffman. You'll remember she got out because her time fell. On a holiday. So you get bumped early. She's not even fulfilling her full sentence. She still mortified. No, I wouldn't she be like sending Missives out of the prison to say things like I am using this opportunity to reflect on my bad behavior, and I'm hoping that when I re enter society That I will not be a nasty criminal lady again. What is interesting about this is this article, which is, by the way, appears in cafe mom dot com. This article does say She does have a lot of time to reflect on how she ended up in prison. But the remember I said all of this was coming from a source. The source doesn't say that the source is not the one that has said She's reflecting on how she got there in the first because she's not because I guarantee she feels she still thinks she's innocent as a victim. Yes. These people don't understand. When you become rich and famous, you could do whatever you want. Don't hold me accountable. Apparently her she's having her daughter's air. Having an especially difficult time for her 22 year old Bella and her 21 year old Olivia Jade. It has not been easy. To have their mom in prison quote. Although the girls knew it was coming and have had time to prepare its still devastating to see their mom go. Both Olivia and Bella are very distraught over it. I mean, they should be distraught over the fact that their mother had no faith that they could actually on their own merit. Get into a decent school. But whatever. They're grateful that it be saddled with that for the rest of your life, You know, I almost in a lot of ways, I think that I mean, there's was bad enough. Although they were kind of complicity in it right. Like they were hopping on the rower and getting their pictures. Why am I getting on this road? Okay. That was totally normal person I feel worse for in this story is Felicity. Huffman's daughter, who had No clue. Yeah, here. Not only that You have no clue. She actually was led to believe that she was smarter than she actually watch that, and I shouldn't say smarter. That she performed better on a standardized test. But still that had to be a blow to her ego. Oh, my God, that therapy bill, you don't bounce back from that on your own is going to be like a seed. Have faith in me. It's going to be like a CVS pharmacy received. Yes, exactly days. I just If you fill out this survey, you can win $5 until the paper like I don't actually feel terribly bad for Olivia and Olivia Jadon, Bella, because I do think Like I said they were. It was all on the up and up like their mom was, like, Get on that road machine and look like you've ever rowed a boat before we're going to take. I don't know why she's been a certain We're going to take pictures that you see you could be on the team. OK, like, yeah, but, Mom, I don't roll. It doesn't matter. Doesn't matter. Okay, so they were totally they knew what was going on. Yeah, that I will say, though, that they have to have those two as parents. And I'm not saying they're horrible parents by any stretch mean they gave them a nice home toe. Live in. Yeah. And lots of resource is in privilege.

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"shivan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

05:24 min | 9 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Is between Republican Senator David Perdue and Democrat John Assaraf. If Jonah's Off can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff A swell. Joining us now is Shivan Hughes, Capitol Hill reporter at The Wall Street Journal. They're joining us. Theo von Good to be here wanted to get an update on the elections. The Senate was something that a lot of people were focusing on. We've already kind of talked about how the polls were wrong again, or the races weren't as tight as we thought. You know, there was a lot of talk about Democrats possibly picking up a lot of Senate seats, possibly flipping the Senate. It doesn't look like that's gonna happen now. But there are some pickups that the Democrats did get, and there's still a few races that we have yet to call on this. So Shiven tell us a little bit about what's going on in the Senate. So right now, the Senate stands at an even 48 48 48 for Democrats, 48 for Republicans, Democrats picked oven at one seat because they won seats in Colorado and Arizona. But they lost a seat in Alabama. So that's where you get the net one. There are four races that are outstanding one in Alaska, where the Republican Dan Sullivan is expected to win and one in North Carolina, where that Republican Thom Tillis is expected to win, so to holds, the focus now is on to Georgia Senate races. One of them is already going to go to a runoff next year. That's the one featuring Republican Senator Kelly La Flor, who is defending that seat. The other one is between Republican Senator David producer and Democrat Jon Ossoff's. If Jon Ossoff's can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff. A swell If both races go to a runoff, and if Democrats pick up both seats, Democrats would have 50 seats total, which, if Joe Biden becomes the president means that Democrats would be in control. But that's a very, very narrow pathway for Democrats to climb and already you hear Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Sounding confident that he is going to be the majority leader next year. You know, I mentioned the poles and how wrong they were or how off they were. What do polls say about these two races? At least, I mean, if they're going to run off their already really tight races to begin with. So going into this, The Poles did show that these were going to be very tight races, at least especially in the case of David Perdue. He had started out in the polls a little bit ahead and then in the public polls going into this, he was less than a percentage point behind so well within the margin of error. And the point that suggested it was a dead. He we now have ah, different kind of pole in the form of the fact that people have now voted and we're seeing those votes start to come in. Currently, we have David D'oh at about the 50% mark, with votes still to be counted on absentee basis. We're looking in particular at those Atlanta suburbs, and that compares to about 47.7% for the Democrat John Assaraf with the libertarian at about 2% points, so a very, very close race there. Our Democrats looking in the house. That was another one where they said, you know, there was a possibility of them gaining seats that actually looks like they lost a few seats. So what's going on in the House of Representatives? The races aren't fully called yet. But yes, Democrats were sure they were going to pick up seats, maybe on the order of about 10 seats this cycle, and instead, Democrats are losing seats down by about seven, according to our last count. You're seeing Democrats like Joe Cunningham in South Carolina. Having lost in suburban areas like outside of ST Louis and Wagner's seat in Missouri. She held on to that Nazi which Democrats about they're going to be able to flip in New York State. Max Rose was not looking likely to keep the Democratic seat also Anthony Brindisi in a more western part of the state, not looking likely to keep his seat. So this was not a good election for Democrats. And as we Speak. The House Democrats are in the middle of a private conference call where you have to be sure they are hashing these issues out, and it's probably not very pretty. So, as you mentioned again, this kind of leaves us with the two houses divided again, just as we've had this past four years of President Trump, so whoever comes in, it'll be pretty difficult to get anything done again. Just as we've been going through. It's going to be really hard to get anything done. And because the outcome in the Senate is uncertain, we don't know exactly what's going to be possible. But whatever it is, it's going to be a lot less ambitious than what Democrats were thinking. Democrats were already planning for a big Corona virus relief package early next year. They had been planning to do major legislation on climate change, and you're seeing those be scaled back. I'm hearing people talk about maybe an infrastructure package that has Eluded both parties for so long, maybe something on broadband. I'm starting to hear with expectations that Joe Biden is likely to be the victor. Is there anything that he could do through executive action? Could he take money that Congress has already appropriated it and repurpose that it wouldn't be nearly enough as what Democrats are hoping to achieve their covert aid bill, but they're starting to explore alternative pathways.

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Control of Senate still uncertain with a few races left to be determined

Part Time Genius

05:24 min | 9 months ago

Control of Senate still uncertain with a few races left to be determined

"Is between Republican Senator David Perdue and Democrat John Assaraf. If Jonah's Off can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff A swell. Joining us now is Shivan Hughes, Capitol Hill reporter at The Wall Street Journal. They're joining us. Theo von Good to be here wanted to get an update on the elections. The Senate was something that a lot of people were focusing on. We've already kind of talked about how the polls were wrong again, or the races weren't as tight as we thought. You know, there was a lot of talk about Democrats possibly picking up a lot of Senate seats, possibly flipping the Senate. It doesn't look like that's gonna happen now. But there are some pickups that the Democrats did get, and there's still a few races that we have yet to call on this. So Shiven tell us a little bit about what's going on in the Senate. So right now, the Senate stands at an even 48 48 48 for Democrats, 48 for Republicans, Democrats picked oven at one seat because they won seats in Colorado and Arizona. But they lost a seat in Alabama. So that's where you get the net one. There are four races that are outstanding one in Alaska, where the Republican Dan Sullivan is expected to win and one in North Carolina, where that Republican Thom Tillis is expected to win, so to holds, the focus now is on to Georgia Senate races. One of them is already going to go to a runoff next year. That's the one featuring Republican Senator Kelly La Flor, who is defending that seat. The other one is between Republican Senator David producer and Democrat Jon Ossoff's. If Jon Ossoff's can pull David Perdue down below that 50% mark that race will go to a runoff. A swell If both races go to a runoff, and if Democrats pick up both seats, Democrats would have 50 seats total, which, if Joe Biden becomes the president means that Democrats would be in control. But that's a very, very narrow pathway for Democrats to climb and already you hear Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Sounding confident that he is going to be the majority leader next year. You know, I mentioned the poles and how wrong they were or how off they were. What do polls say about these two races? At least, I mean, if they're going to run off their already really tight races to begin with. So going into this, The Poles did show that these were going to be very tight races, at least especially in the case of David Perdue. He had started out in the polls a little bit ahead and then in the public polls going into this, he was less than a percentage point behind so well within the margin of error. And the point that suggested it was a dead. He we now have ah, different kind of pole in the form of the fact that people have now voted and we're seeing those votes start to come in. Currently, we have David D'oh at about the 50% mark, with votes still to be counted on absentee basis. We're looking in particular at those Atlanta suburbs, and that compares to about 47.7% for the Democrat John Assaraf with the libertarian at about 2% points, so a very, very close race there. Our Democrats looking in the house. That was another one where they said, you know, there was a possibility of them gaining seats that actually looks like they lost a few seats. So what's going on in the House of Representatives? The races aren't fully called yet. But yes, Democrats were sure they were going to pick up seats, maybe on the order of about 10 seats this cycle, and instead, Democrats are losing seats down by about seven, according to our last count. You're seeing Democrats like Joe Cunningham in South Carolina. Having lost in suburban areas like outside of ST Louis and Wagner's seat in Missouri. She held on to that Nazi which Democrats about they're going to be able to flip in New York State. Max Rose was not looking likely to keep the Democratic seat also Anthony Brindisi in a more western part of the state, not looking likely to keep his seat. So this was not a good election for Democrats. And as we Speak. The House Democrats are in the middle of a private conference call where you have to be sure they are hashing these issues out, and it's probably not very pretty. So, as you mentioned again, this kind of leaves us with the two houses divided again, just as we've had this past four years of President Trump, so whoever comes in, it'll be pretty difficult to get anything done again. Just as we've been going through. It's going to be really hard to get anything done. And because the outcome in the Senate is uncertain, we don't know exactly what's going to be possible. But whatever it is, it's going to be a lot less ambitious than what Democrats were thinking. Democrats were already planning for a big Corona virus relief package early next year. They had been planning to do major legislation on climate change, and you're seeing those be scaled back. I'm hearing people talk about maybe an infrastructure package that has Eluded both parties for so long, maybe something on broadband. I'm starting to hear with expectations that Joe Biden is likely to be the victor. Is there anything that he could do through executive action? Could he take money that Congress has already appropriated it and repurpose that it wouldn't be nearly enough as what Democrats are hoping to achieve their covert aid bill, but they're starting to explore alternative pathways.

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"shivan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

04:18 min | 9 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"He's good for five chicken. Now we've got a fight. They're going at it with generous Jenkins, CJ Gardener Johnson involved as well. That was really yes. I think they're going to get wins. I think when the flag came out lands he's bouncing around. So he's going flags will be on the Saints. I'm not so sure this happened well after the play, it's over plays over that. I think undisputedly is the dumbest move made by Bears live receiver. This evening and affairs player altogether. Jovan whims, taking a swing that that is a swing multiple swings at Saints defensive back and subsequently getting tossed for his actions. Howard, what's dumber? Taking a swinging multiple punches at your opponent during the game. Or the fact that you're actually trying to punch a man with helmet. What? Putting a man with a helmet on is not the brightest thing. I understand. You can get caught up in here your emotions of the game. But come on, That's just selfish. It really at the end of the day is just a selfish move by player and you can't tolerate that kind of stuff. You can get upset over reaching But you're hurting the team. You're just hurting the team That just shows how undisciplined you are. No, and I think it's fair to elegant Look, it might be on extreme move, but I think it's fair to ask Will the Bears if there As fed up as they could be like this could be a situation where to set the tone. You could say You know what? Here your walking papers, Shivan whims. You have not lived up to expectations as far as where we drafted you. Really? You know, you're you know, you're really He's not much more than 1/4 or fifth wide receiver on this roster, and that is a brutal move. They almost look. I mean, I'll be interested to hear how Matt Nagy breaks it down in the post game here, But that was clearly a premeditated move by him because, as we saw it looks like you know, the previous Siri's Anthony Miller was poked in the eye by CJ Gardner Junior. And, you know, I don't know if Miller talkto whims, you know, on the bench in the next Siri's you get What unfolds there, But it was. I mean, it was. He goes into rip his helmet off and then punches him in the helmet. Not once, but twice thrice. I don't understand it was, you know, you know it was immediately after the play away from the action on the field. I think it was a David Montgomery Carrie. That actually, you know which results in this I mean, absolutely ridiculous. Like I don't know what he's thinking. I don't know how it gets to the point where you think this is, you know, in any way acceptable because you're costing your team penalty yardage And you d cute yourself from the game. And that's the best thing this frustrating, right? What? What are you thinking? Clearly you're not at that particular moment when you go out and do something like that, But you have to be able hold your composure and listen. They're going to be some dirty plays. That happened all the time in the game, but You can't retaliate. Not not like that. Look, and you know you could almost look, It's not. It's never acceptable. But you can in some ways explained in the heat of the moment. If a player does something to you, and you know, you just you know it triggers you and then you react. This is Devon whims. Plays later, deciding he's going to go up for revenge and sneak up on Gardner Junior, which is just asked nine. In this situation in a hard fought game where you've still got a clear opportunity to win in the third quarter. It made no sense at the very least. I wouldn't be surprised All the siege of on winds deactivated for the next game would send a message. Exactly. I wouldn't be surprised at all. And I could tell you us, you can ask your coldest during the week. There's absolutely a way to get even. Where you where you don't jeopardize. You know the team in the situation there..

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Hundreds Gather For Boston Women’s March In Opposition Of President Trump, Amy Coney Barrett

WBZ Morning News

00:59 sec | 10 months ago

Hundreds Gather For Boston Women’s March In Opposition Of President Trump, Amy Coney Barrett

"Yesterday for the Boston Women's March, voicing opposition to President Trump and his Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney. Barrett. Here's W. P. Z's Mike Macklin. They gathered on Boston common at the foot of the staircase leading to the Massachusetts State House, women and men adding their voices to the National Women's March movement. March organizer Shivan Ready for telling the world that we're standing here for human rights will not let Donald Trump take that away from the demonstrators Fear President Trump's Supreme Court nominee judge any Cockney Barrett. Will swing the court's majority conservative threatening Roe v. Wade and the Affordable Care Act. They also fear Trump will refuse to accept the November vote. Should he lose to Joe Biden in person or by now, before Victor is announced you November, the demonstrators marched from Boston Common to City Hall Plaza. Calling for voters to defeat Donald Trump. That's doubly busy is

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"shivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:38 min | 10 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"41 degrees in Boston at six o'clock. Good morning. And thanks for joining us. I'm Charlie Bergeron. Here's what's happening. Early Voting has officially begun in Massachusetts. These hazmat Shira went to his local polling location to check it out. 30 minutes before polls opened in Framingham, at least 10 people were braving the frigid, wet wins, including Richard Constant, who was sipping an iced coffee. Well, this is no England is going to get colder before it gets warmer. Richard, a Vietnam war veteran, wishes more people would make voting a priority. What I think they have to do is move to a weekend voting day. From what I understand There's a lot of people that don't vote for various reasons or run. The excuses is, I got you out of school right Gather words. Framingham officials did move the line inside to keep everyone warm. But maybe consider bringing a hot coffee when you go Matt Shearer w. B Z Boston's NewsRadio hundreds of people gathering yesterday for the Boston Women's March, which was one of many held across the country. W. B. C's Mike Macklin was there they gathered on Boston common to single out of President Donald Trump. As a threat to women and democracy. March organizer Shivan Reedy targeting trumps effort to win confirmation for his Supreme Court nominee judge any Cockney Barrett before Election Day demands that the memory and legacy of justice against life one fight for equal rights is properly honored Stand Lawrence, one of many men joining in this year's women's march against Donald Trump. They're instituting a fascist government in this country. He's not prepared to You go by the vote of the election, and.

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"shivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:14 min | 10 months ago

"shivan" Discussed on WTOP

"An enormous medical suite with all the medical bells and whistles. It's been described to us as a many hospitals and a home away from home. Those around the president are continuing to test positive for covert 19. This has sent a shock wave through capital held The Wall Street Journal, Shivan Hughes, three Republican senators have now tested positive. The latest senator Ron Johnson. He was not at the recent White House event for the president's Supreme Court nominee, but the two others were. The president's campaign manager has tested positive and we've just learned his senior campaign adviser as well. CBS NEWS Special Report I'm Cami McCormick president. Trump's son, Donald Trump Jr says the president was taken to the hospital as a precaution. He told Fox News that the president is still working, and it's going to be business as usual. They're gonna have him there. So they could be under close observation they could do under the White House. But he wasn't brought over there. Unlike some of the conspiracy, something or anything more than just that about support, Though he has access to the best care and treatments, President Trump is at greater risk of becoming seriously ill from the virus. He's 74 years old male overweight and has elevated cholesterol, all of which raises his risk for complications. Democrat Joe Biden, offering sympathy to President Trump over his diagnosis. Shortly after the White House announced that the president would spend a few days at the hospital. The Biden campaign said it would take down its negative advertising, It appears the Trump campaign will not do the same. The Trump campaign is more reliant on negative advertising than the Biden campaign. Particularly on Facebook. According to the illuminating project at Syracuse University. The Trump campaign has spent nearly $20 million on negative attack ads on Facebook. By comparison, the Biden campaign has spent just over three million that CBS's Nicole's Kanga stay with us for the latest on President Trump's condition and treatment at Walter Reed in Bethesda and just ahead on W T O P 15. Hours of audio recordings have been released related to the grand jury in the Briana Taylor case in Kentucky. You own a time share, and it's the time of the year for eye.

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"shivan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

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"shivan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Where did you expect to pay for in learning experience and now get a totally 100% online experience? That would obviously be optimal. Here's the deal. Though. This isn't about the students getting sick. It's about the faculty, the staff the physical facilities on campus if the adults That our concern for the administration there the students are going to be fine. Right, of course. But what was this an opportunity of John for the teachers and administration to say, Look, I got a chance to be a real hero here. Aiken, come out there. These kids they need to be learning they need to be, you know, in the University University may fail, I may get fired. If we don't have classes in person, and people don't want to pay the full freight isn't it's an opportunity for some teachers to choose to go out there and teach In spite of all this. It could be, And I think with some of your graduate studies, you'll see that, however undergraduates, the classes are too large. There's too much at risk. The students aren't abiding by the social death insane. It's just not a good situation for that. It's not John. Thank you for the calling for that. That perspective there. Thank you. I'm sure when you were in school you were in some of those classes were like, you know Hell, I don't know how many kids you had sitting in there in a big giant 152 100. Yeah, right. Exactly exactly So Well, like I said, I I envision is getting way worse before it gets better. I weird college year so weird, but they should have the question. Shivan asked. To the president's. Now look, the The likely thing that happens, no matter how much social distancing how much masking how much whatever you want to call it that there's like the scenario is there's going to be a spike in cases you're going to get that that's going to happen. You got kids living amongst each other when that does happen, Mr Moore, Mrs University president, Are you going to cancel school? Are you going to wait to see if the kids Get sick of the fact when you get sick If they go the hospital are you going to wait? Are you going to cancel school because of a positive test, And if he or she had said we're gonna cancel because of a positive test. They should have never went through this whole charade to begin with should never happen. Totally agree with that. There should have been well, maybe there was and we don't know, but it sure doesn't sound like it. You know if we get like you said, if we get X amount of positive cases All bets are off. And I I'm with you. I doubt very seriously. If that was stated as such, right there certainly wasn't it certainly was not transferred. Translated to the parents. I don't think innovator is look, Maybe they'll give people their money back and all that, but I would doubt it. I just I just can't understand positive tests that you knew was gonna happen. If you really, really listening to look in the mirror and said, Boy, chances are these kids. They're going to be some uptick in cases here. That's just well, I've been Sam's going to be your lab. I'll be your lab rat for this because, like I said, you see is getting ready to fire up again. I got two kids there, so we'll see what we shall see. And I will keep you Listed as to cause. Miss Miss Deborah and I are keeping a close eye ball on that situation, But now we check the traffic..

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"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Think I'm going to get there, I'm not goingto reduce myself by aiming for it and failing. I'm going to go somewhere else, right? That's like I love that in, you know, Jesse said in the first season, there's a scene that came up and he was like a I went up to him afterwards. Like Do you think that shift once like this is a scientific sense? Doesn't she have wanted to be the top dog like top job? Top dog kind of thing? And he is no, don't think so. Oh, and he may well have known what you wanted to do for season two. But that's genius to tell me that because Reyes because it hides it from myself. Even there's no like I'm playing like, you know, an eyebrow going up here doing something like that. It's like it's so hidden In prismatic kind of form like ers humans doing that that when it comes out, it's just Yeah. It's Bulls. I'm Jesse for Sarah Snook. Our guest plays Shiv on HBO's succession. She's being interviewed by the great Linda Holmes. I also I want to talk about the last episode of the second season, which is, of course, where we left these characters. Family empire in Crisis, the patriarch Logan was looking for Someone who could publicly take the fall He referred to that lovingly is ah, a skull to wave and potentially could wind up in the in legal trouble. The family goes off on a yacht. They have maybe the world's worst brunch where they discussed at length. Who is she? This this kind Me too. I got the Roy family murder breakfast, The blood sacrifice. There's this moment when shit's brother Roman suggests that they give up Tom and Shiv sort of goes along, saying right in front of her husband that he does make a kind of a compelling Patsy, and they don't really reach a decision at that time. But later when Shivan Tom are alone, he tells her that because of that conversation is Wells for some other reasons. He's not Feeling very confident about their marriage, and she's just devastated. And to me. That's such a curious combination of scenes because she's so cold to him at the at the murder breakfast and then She's so wounded that he seems to be unhappy. How do you interpret that? A turn like that between that pair of scenes because I know you can either think about it in terms of I want to get it with the writers intend to be going on with shiv or you can think about it in terms of Who do I think is the actor who knows shift? Perhaps the best thinks is going on the ship. Is it Both? Is it more one than the other Because to me, that's a really spent a lot of time trying to figure out what was going on with Shiv. I think I would really like about how the writers create Is that nothing is ever binary or seven stone. It's all very gray scale in a little ways. There's there's potential for it to go one way or the other or for things to be two things at once. And the shiv in that, I think Again. She saw deceptive to herself. Even that you could be so unfeeling and unkind and then be struck by a really moment by a riel vulnerability from her husband that cracks are open again and goes. Hey, remember, you're human. Remember here, Not everything is a game, not everything's transactional. Not everything is you know in pursuit of Ago like you've been taught. Remember that these are your two humans in a marriage and there's I think that for me made me realize how much she needs him. But how much that scares her. And how? How well she's able to hide that from herself. I think I'm hearing that she does make somebody so unhappy that they just leave. Eso like I mean, I don't think she's ever been dumped. You know, I don't think this's that woman has never been dumped. And if she wass she would say that well, she's been cheating on him for years. Like weeks. You know that he would right. She would Find a way to get the power back. And in that it's so exposing and so simple, happy I feel the sad I'd feel without he was Is, you know, Wes, and there's no doubt about it. The sad I feel with you out. What you hope to be able to get to do in season three. No outside. That's Cato. I just want to get to do Season three. I mean, we're doing it. We just Yeah, just like everybody else. When I don't know, I've always been a, um I like how they blindside the character's a bit and in such a way that light reveals something that was always there. So I guess I want to see Shiv put into positions where she is. Uncomfortable where she has to kind of deal with the potential volatilities of herself again wish is out of control. She's so good at being in control. Maybe naming tome having something I don't know that she's challenged by Yeah, I just I do love playing because it's such a broad range of things that you get to do and get two folded into like the reality of who she always has been. But you just didn't know. Know yet. Well, Sarah snuck. There's been so much fun. Succession is available. HBO, HBO, Max All of your streaming options. You can buy it. You can rent it. You gotta catch up with that. It's a lot of fun Succession. Sarah snuck. Thank you so much. Thank you. Thanks for having me. Sarah snuck interviewed by the one and only Linda Holmes. You Khun Stream both seasons of succession. Right now on HBO is a hilarious, devastating program. That's.

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"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Eye. I'm Jesse Thorne. Next up the Australian actor Sarah Snook. Odds are you know Sarah for her role on HBO's succession, one of the most acclaimed TV dramas in the last decade. Sarah plays Shivan Roy, but to her friends and family. It's just shift shift, like the sharp thing you would use to got your enemy. Succession is a show about well, it's about succession. The Roy family owns a giant conservative media conglomerate called Way Star Roy Count. The family's patriarch, Logan Roy is aging and can't run the company forever. So the question is who will take over and what are they willing to do to be that person? Shiv at first is happy to let her brother's fight it out. Her husband, Tom works for the company. But she mostly works in politics, managing campaigns for progressive candidates. As long as she can keep her giant Manhattan apartment. She can manage things on her own. Just fine. Thank you very much. But like pretty much every character on succession, it doesn't take long for the cracks to show. She worries that her influence in her family is the only thing that matters to her career. She asks her husband for an open marriage literally on their wedding night. Linda Holmes Thie, terrific host of NPR's pop culture. Happy Hour, talked with Sarah about what it's like to play one of the most fascinating, complex and confounding characters on television today. Before we get into that. Let's take a listen to a clip from the show. As I said earlier shift, spends most of the first season kind of above the fray, distancing herself from the company but then at the beginning of season to her dad offers her the top job. Had. I don't think so. Really? Because of this really No hope of you coming in. I'd rather cash out. Look, this is the way that we're having this conversation anyway. Them. Yeah, fine. So I'll do it. Right now. I'll tweet. Market to move and that'll be that Abel. You don't care for myself. Will be a jerk, Dad. You want to do it? Yes. Yes. Sarah's Nick, Welcome to Bulls eye. Hi. Thanks for having me what a great clip. I want to come back to that scene in a little bit. But first, I think, think you're you're obligated to start every conversation right now with the how. How are things? Yeah, I in good. I mean, I'm good. It's um It's It's Ah ah, a tough time for everybody in in little ways, but everybody that I speak to no matter what industry, it seems, is like really have purposefully finding lengthy optimism and the positivity in the times and that's like what a gift for us all to be doing that for us to have the capacity to do that. It must have seemed like a good idea at the time tow Connect yourself toe United States Entertainment. I wanted just to take a moment for people who are currently shocked to find out that you are Australian and in Australia. Oh, yeah, yeah. Yeah, people people may not know. Is it better over there? Are you less locked down over there than we are over here? Yeah. You know what it's actually it's not in some ways, but outcomes in the moment. I can't numbers and stats. The moment of better, so it's a It's a very strange time because I hear from my friends and they're out. In the states in the you know, there's less of a lock down in some ways, but the numbers of much higher we just got post we had said Post code lock down here yesterday in Melbourne. Which is sort of taking a step backwards for an increase in numbers. Which internationally is not super large. But for Australia, they don't feel comfortable with it, which I'm fine with, you know, Yeah. Well, you know, maybe the rest of the cast for your next season could just come to you. And it could be the day the Australian season go to a big branch and an American television version of Australia. So it'll have all the koalas and kangaroos and Yeah, and so like every instrument actor in it completely like this is a random person in the cafe Margot Robbie just lives down their eyes. The owner of the ranch and Several nights. So let's talk a little bit about where you are in the productions. Where were you in the production cycle? When everything shut down for people who don't know you you've completed two seasons. Doing 1/3 season. Where were you and all of that? We're just about to start up again. We were meant to start up in April and yeah, yeah. I mean, in some ways great because we weren't We hadn't already started in a sort of hard to pull of pot way and had to say it back out way. I have a friend who had just flying to Toronto to start something the following day and then two days later had to fly back so that I think would be really heartbreaking for that team particular having gone through the pre production and on all of that, and they'll begin at some point again, but Yeah, and then sew away, but it just, you know, once it's safe to do so Yeah, well, let's talk a little bit about ship Did you go through for people who aren't familiar worship? Her name is Shivan. But she's always called shit, except perhaps by her father named after a knife, which is not terribly subtle, but great. I think personally. Yeah. When we first got together during the pilot, we're like we're like, Oh, wow. We didn't realise is like Roman Shiv Connor. Yeah. Con con a shiv shiv on I know. You know, It's like angry, I think and candlelight. Kendall Kendall Ken! Oh, knowledge wisdom. No, that was on purpose, but it's a great It's a great set of names. Did you Did you go through a kind of a normal audition process for for Shiv? Um in somewhat Yes, I got the self tapes from mistreated. And so I am put something down with my friend at home and was very reticent to do so because I thought, you know, it's out of my league and out of possibility of me getting it So I'm you know, and endlessly grateful friend for making me put the tape down. But then Yeah, they asked if I would come over to do a final self type. Sorry, Final, um, screen test in the States and Yeah. Why didn't you think you get it? Because I'm just so not me personally as Sarah is so far from Shiv Roy. That I was in this. I don't know Howto expand myself to fit that. I don't know if I know what that infinite wealth kind of person is like, I don't know if I like that person. I don't. Yeah, it just wasn't in my I didn't feel like it was comfortably in my wheelhouse. Houses being chicken, you know? Yeah. Just grow up there. I'll wrap up with Sarah Snook in just a minute. When we come back from a quick break. She'll tell us what she hopes Shiv will get to Dio in successions. Third season, It's Bull's eye for maximum fun dot org's and NPR. Headlines. You've read him the.

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"shivan" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on WTOP

"Washington at 9 11 Montgomery County is the latest school system developing plans for abbreviated student classroom time this fall because of the pandemic. The plan would have students returning in phases by grade level, last name in school cluster class sizes would be sharply reduced, and the aim is to have all grade levels experiencing some in person learning by the end of November. Families may choose remote learning only. School buildings would be closed every Wednesday for deep cleaning, while school bus capacity would shrink from 77 passengers to just 12. The plan will be presented to the Board of Education for final approval on Tuesday. I'm Nick. Finally, we want to open school safely and we can. That's the message from a group of Republican State lawmakers in Virginia who are calling on Governor Ralph Northam to prioritize in school learning and give school districts of plan for reopening buildings. Five days a week. Senator Shivan done event. All districts are scrambling I and my counterparts you're hearing so much from parents. You're concerned with what they're saying in a statement, nor thumbs office accused the Republicans of playing politics, saying Corona virus surges in other states make it clear that Virginia needs to proceed cautiously. Nikolai Nelly. W. T. O P News in Prince George's County. The criminal justice system is giving some hands on lessons to kids taught by those who run the criminal justice system. We are providing them with a comprehensive education on our justice system. Prince George's County State's attorney, Aisha Braveboy, says it will introduce students to all agencies that run the criminal justice system from lawyers, two judges to police. Our goal is really to create a pipeline from our community. AH future lawyers judges do covert 19. All the sessions will take place virtually and to put into play what they've learned. Brave boy says the session will end with the 14 to 17 year olds running their own mock trial. Mike Murillo. W T o p News They're the best graduation speeches that never were because of the pandemic, But through a contest is the speeches have made it out into the world. I know this isn't how many of us envisioned our senior year to go. Gabby Klaus is from Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax. And I know most of us were saddened by the fact that we're missing out on big milestones. Taylor wreath is from Randolph Macon Academy in front. Royal Class 2020 if you're anything like me I've accepted the fact that I will not have a normal graduation, but it will only make future events more special. The word I would give to senior year is unexpected. There, recorded.

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"shivan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"shivan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Marsha Blackburn, the great state of Tennessee coming up next, and I will also you triple 86 32 as always, because I believe I've reached a conclusion on something I'd love for you to chime in on it. I think Don lemon could very well be a moron. I could be wrong, but we'll visit that important burning issue coming up in just a bit. Right now. We continue our discussion that we've been having for quite some time now about our Children, and they need to get our kids back to school, Regular school and our frustration over the governors of our jurisdictions, as well as Mayor Muriel Bowser for refusing to see their way to getting our kids back to school. It seems to me it's our government run schools primary responsibility, too. Figure out a way to get our kids back to school in regular order on joining us now to discuss that specifically with regard to the Commonwealth of Virginia is Senator Shavon Senator Shivan forgiving Your Your first name is pronounced siobahn. It's pronounced Yvonne Yvonne, I'm sorry that you're in a crazy way. And your last name is Donovan. Yeah. Okay. Forgive me. I'm sorry. Seven Dunavant. Um and you represent that is called District as senator in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Appreciate you joining us today. Thank you. I'm glad to be on. Thanks for having me. First of all, you are also a medical doctor. You're an MD. So you have a pretty keen interest in this story in terms of your professional perspective. Ideo and I have spent the time since I've been out of the Senate, tracking the data very, very closely analyzing the data learning along with everybody else. What we need to do to manage a coded And sharing that with my patients and with my constituents with regular updates, and I think that's what's necessary now is to analyze the available data because we've accumulated a lot of the last 16 weeks. So what am I missing here with regard to what's going on in the executive office of the governor of Virginia in terms of what scientists and doctors are informing him? About what's best. I can't answer that he is, of course, the physician himself. And so this is this is what we really dio arj OB is to take complicated information and studies. And determine what their flaws are, what their values are and how we can apply them to making our patients lives better. So it's pretty straight forward and I'd have to say I reached the same conclusion as the American Academy of Pediatricians, which has said We understand this health crises moderately. Well, not to say this is not a serious health crises. It isthe. But the potential health crises for our kids have not going back to school is greater than our analysis of the health crises of code it and we need to get our kids back in school. So when your mind Senator Virginia schools, for the most part, should be able to go back to full time school five days a week. It should be offered and there, you know, I think the same time there's a viable option for synchronous real virtual education, not let Virginia had in the fourth quarter last year, but really virtual education for kids who are at risk and in jeopardy, and I think we need to offer both. But the goal should be Five days a week in school and the the it should be an option to do virtual education and not a requirement because the best interest of our kids are served by getting holistic kinds of experiences that they have in school where we're assessing mental, emotional, intellectual and making sure they get the lessons. Down that they need to. This is really important for them to get back into school buildings when at all possible When you put this idea of fourth senator is the main objection having to do with the safety of teachers, and they're saying Well, okay, sure. The kids might not be affected as much by this virus. Thank God. But what about the teachers? Well, I think that most of the feedback I've gotten is positive. To be honest. I know there is some teachers groups that are saying they are concerned about going back. But I think that's a failing of the status well, because that data is there, and that's what the American Academy of Pediatrics speaks to as well. Transmission for kids happens. Mostly kids, kids and those we have ah bulk of information we've had over 1000 daycare centre's Open this entire 16 weeks with only one outbreak. No hospitalizations from that outbreak, and that's that center remained open the whole time. So kid to kid transmission is very low risk. More. Interestingly, we have date out of Europe that says kids, they're not really transmitting this two adults. Either. It's mostly in the same age groups that this is being transmitted, so we need to make sure that teachers are well informed, so they understand their risk because most of what the media's presenting is scary, and I think that's a failure communication from the state. We don't want our teachers to be at risk. We want them to be safe above all, but we also want them to know that the risk is actually very small. And and whatever mitigation procedures need to be put in place to make sure the teachers are protected should be accomplished Herbal. I would think if that's the word I mean, we've been able to figure out how to open up child care Facility center. We've been opening hardware stores. We can open grocery stores and protect the employees. There. We have the means to protect the teachers and the staff at schools..

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"To the show high Hargreaves general Merritt wanted to say is that you know all this is still subject to the separation of powers between the house Senate in the present in one basic thing is that it is station district you teach the president that means you have substantiated the case for impeachment if you need additional what witnesses then you're saying that you're impeachment you're questioning the validity of your teacher eleven which is cute too order of operations simple you have a a neutral party read the articles there is some question to the answer period with the senators and you got a limit any contracture eleven it every time if there's fifty senators that are voting against the impeachment then you just do the vote then if it's fifty fifty a call in the vice president in the end you know you got a limit the grandstand even the social engineering American wanted to in the media shells well again there can't be grand standing by the senators the senators don't get to ask any questions on their own any question the senators have or in the Clinton model any of the debate that goes on is all behind closed doors sure yes so so that that isn't going to that isn't going to in all likelihood happen I don't see the Republicans coming out in stating that anything that they that they do in the discussion is going to be open to the public I don't see that right I'd be surprised because they said they're gonna fall the Clint model in the Clint model anytime that there was debate or whether we're going to call witnesses or do whatever that was all done behind closed doors and not in front of the public and the debate even a they didn't debate up publicly about you know Clinton you know before they took the vote there was no that's all done privately behind closed doors right yeah and in so long the the managers obviously there will be that kind of grandstanding but yes same thing that we've already seen in the house you know specially Shivan that words just gonna be about what your scene but but the last caller makes the greatest point though one great point you made though it's been the house that's been screaming it's Nancy Pelosi a screaming for more witnesses that we need more witnesses that's like the prosecutor after they filed the indictments some saying that we need more witnesses and the judge would say well then what would you what is what is going to our debut these witnesses interviewed them might have an event they provided more information that would make your indictment stronger we don't know because we don't know what they have to say well then I am squashing the indictment go back interview those people and then come back to me with what you have is remember the the the the screaming for more witnesses first came from the house because Nancy Pelosi was saying we need to have a fair trial with witnesses and she's even said the reason that I delayed it for a month right was to convince the Senate or help to force the Senate to discuss had been witnesses will the last callers right she's making the point we didn't do our job right we've been saying that pretty much since she you know a month ago decided not to send it over that's what they want they want the Senate to do their job for them that's exactly what they're calling for we want a fair process we'll go talk to Adam Schiff about fair right you can't make that not one democratic can make that case right about fairness well again I I mean that would have been a fiver speaker of the house so over Adam Schiff I would say I would I would have told very directly if we're moving in this direction and and you're going to share this you're the chair of the the the house intelligence committee so you're going to run the show you gotta cross your keys and dot your lives we're looking to impeach a president they treated this like a a series of Sunday morning interview that's exactly what they what they have been doing all along nothing but showboating they've got nothing every witness they brought shot down in flames by the right totally discredited and it turned out to be what well nothing but essentially hearsay and hatred for the president I mean just like for the way that he once the country that he as president creates a foreign policy it's it's okay for anybody else it's it's not okay for him to do and that's absurd he was duly elected by the people of the US and he's doing his job he's not this is not there's nothing impeachable here nothing what they didn't get among Russian collusion one American on ocean pollution now they did not not one single Americans in the president yeah but one well it's fun not even portal pages Vance Nampa Nancy Pelosi was talking about it and again as we have stated by the way two zero debate zero debate and and that's how and and that look for us it's important because we've been doing this in this business for a long time were on hundreds upon hundreds of stations all across you know I'm America we've got you know just so many people listening to our stream on you know a podcast whatever and I've done this long enough right now if the Democrats have a point we hear from them I'm Russia collusion Nancy was up tweeting about it yesterday yeah we can't let the Russians to it the only people by the Democrats standard that were involved including with the Russians were the Democrats to change the outcome of the twenty sixteen election that's the only evidence that exist of any collusion then in terms of the Russians interfering in the election don't talk to anybody in the Obama administration about that they were well aware of it ahead of the election but when it comes to a when it comes to collusion the only argument that you can make for collusion with the Russians by the Democrats standard is and nobody can debated because the facts are clear and that was the Hillary campaign the DNC pain the money to Christopher steel hi and we know where that went yeah and not only did not and think about this think think about if it was reversed and this was the trump campaign doing this think about this because the either the absolute lies which we know that it can't be because now because the IG report we know that the sub sources existed correct yeah so the sub services were white I think it was a Wall Street journal who pointed out yesterday the Russian disinformation so Russian disinformation which is to affect an election by telling lies was picked up by the F. B. R. Y. and the intelligence agencies and used to get a FISA warrant to spy on a presidential campaign you want Russia collusion to change the outcome of the election the only evidence that exists that that happened is on the Democrats and they still get out there and promote it but let me ask you this is a response every day from the Republicans right back to her exactly what I said I didn't hear any yesterday on that former tweak no how dare she do with the only evidence that exist by the Democrats standard of collusion with the Russians and the twenty sixteen election that we need to fear because we know that they were willing to do what was the Hillary campaign and the DNC the Democrats are the ones that colluded with the Russians by their own standard of what collusion that collusion definition is we've been saying that for how long over a year have we ever received anybody telling us we were wrong on that well I don't want no you can't no yet they still continue to accuse the president of collusion with the Russians yes Nancy is recently as well the tweet I I saw the tree yesterday was in the last forty eight hours Nancy did it again she's the head to of the house of representatives is the it when you when you look at it she is the leader of the Democratic Party right now yeah and she's accusing the Republicans of it and the only will say it again the only party and the only canon the only candidate then you can make use of collusion with the Russians is Hillary the Hillary campaign and the DNC please any Democrat tell us where were wrong we've been asking for over a year but this is going to be the what's interesting here is remember for few weeks during the twenty sixteen election cycle then candidate trump it's Rick gets ready to trade and we're not even you know we're just past mid January and she's already saying it's rigged I know this is because this is going to be I guarantee you this is gonna be ramped up and then the latest hail Mary is in the the the the MSNBC interview with love partners yeah right the associate of Giuliani right of course of course it's Rachel Maddow just burst out laughing again okay well what we have will it must've been well it could have been well right thank you Attorney General Barr must've known well you can say that all day long but you don't know do you know what presumption again right and a guy who's in a lot of trouble in trying to get his way yes I'm still thinking we see this before haven't we haven't we been there done this before haven't we yes what she should have Abernathy on again the next president of the next democratic president of the United States yes Michael of an ID yes now he's on he's not gonna get four more years away he might.

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